Photograph of four clergymen dressed in white robes seated in front of eleven graduates dressed in caps and gowns holding diplomas. "Dom Clougherty, Chancellor of the Catholic University of Peking writes, Feb. 1932: I am sending under separate cover a photo of our first graduates as you requested. Of the eleven graduates ten were Catholics and of this number two are priests, Father Li and Chu. The gowns are a slight modification of the scholars' dress of the Chou dynasty (1122-256 B.C.), while the caps are after the fashion of the head-wear of the mandarins of the same period. The mortar-boards were used as portable writing-pads held between the knees." Separate caption reads "The student on the extreme right is Paul Yeh Teh Lu, one of Monsignor Ford's boys (captain of the University football team). Seated (left to right) Dr. Liu Fu, Director of Studies; Honorable Ch'en Yuan, President; Dom Francis Clougherty, Chancellor; V. Rev. Dr. G. Barry O'Toole, Rector."