A group photograph of the delegates from Sing Kow Church at Ing Tai, who attended a centennial celebration at Foochow in 1948. The members of the delegation were numbered on this photograph. Written on the back of the photograph: "Sing Kow Church delegates, 1948 Centennial. At [illegible] row: with Pastor Gong and wife center with [illegible]. Li Huang labors 1910-1930. Miss Lanktres. 1. [illegible] Tiang. Chairman Executive Committee of [illegible]. Walter Smith. E. H. Smith. 2. [illegible] Deng. Their eldest son, superintendent Union Hospital. 3. King Ek and wife. Pastor of Gen. Cio Dong Church. 4. Chai Buo Tieng his [illegible] pastor of Sung Kow Church. 5. (Glasses) Chen Cing Huang. Professor in F. C. University. History. [illegible] Guong. Pastor of Naung Chiu Church in Su Song. [illegible] (Wei) Mi Song. Superintendent Union Hospital 1940. [illegible] Ngi. Pastor Ing Tai City Church. Later moved by [illegible] to the Pagoda Anchorage Church and [illegible].; This photo is from the papers of the Edward Huntington Smith family. The Smiths were a family of missionaries serving under the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in China, 1901-1950, primarily in Ing Tai and Foochow [Fuzhou].