A distant view of the girls' school from the hill top of the American missionary compound at Ing Tai. Agricultural fields are sprawled out over the foreground. Mountains dominate the background. The Ing Tai River cuts through the landscape. Written on the back of this photograph: "From my study window looking to the girls' school and down the river toward Foochow [Fuzhou]. The white things drying in the plum orchards are shredded turnip for winter food. The big green trees are olives, the small ones oranges. The big mountain in the foreground we call Mt. Tom. The highest mt. in the distance I have climbed twice. Ing Hok [Ing Tai]. 1914. E. H. S.; This photo is from the papers of the Edward Huntington Smith family, missionaries serving the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in China, 1901-1950, primarily in Ing Tai and Foochow [Fuzhou].