A group portrait shows all in attendance at Emily S. Hartwell's 75th Birthday and 50th Year Missionary Service Celebration 16 April 1934. The tea party was sponsored by the American Board Mission. The photograph was taken outside of the American Board Mission's Foochow [Fuzhou] Compound House, which was built in 1862 by Emily's father, the Rev. Charles Hartwell. Attendees front row from right to left: Ms. Plumb, Ms. Chittenden, Ms. Bonafield, Mrs. Culver, Mr. Culver, Ms. Wiley, Ms. Hartwell, Admiral C. P. Sah, Mr. Brand, Mrs. Brand, Consul Burke, Mrs. Beard, Dr. Beard. Others in the rear, order unspecified: Mr. and Mrs. Topping, Rev. and Mrs. Storrs, Mr. McClure, Mr. and Mrs. Newell, the Lawyer Gong, Mr. and Mrs. Christian, Ms. Walker, Dr. Dyer, Mr. Thelin, Ms. Wells, Mr. Talbot, Dr. and Mrs. Gillette, Ms. Annie Wolfe, Ms. A. K. Wolfe, Ms. Gordon, Mrs. Brockett, Mr. and Mrs. Ling, Mr. Ding H. Meng, Dr. Hu Ling Hie Ang, Pastor Gueh, Mrs. Hsueh, Mr. Yeh, Ms. Jacobs, Nellie Ding, and Ms. Atwood with the girls.; This photo is from the papers of Emily Susan Hartwell, an American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions missionary stationed in Foochow, Fukien from 1884.