Shi Wenfeng Collection

There are four volumes in the collection once belonging to Shi Wenfeng, a Shui priest in Rongjiang, Guizhou. All are religious texts written in Chinese and Shui scripts in ink on cotton paper and used in various rituals by the Shi family. The original size of Shi family's collection is unknown. The entire collection has not been recorded or published before.

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  • Unrecognizible [1980]

    File Ref: EAP460/13/1
    A general almanac. Extent of original material: 1 volume containing 18 pages Physical condition of original material: Manuscript written in ink, on cotton paper and bound. ...
  • Ershi ba xiu [1982]

    File Ref: EAP460/13/2
    A succinct introduction on the Chinese constellation system. Extent of original material: 1 volume containing 13 pages Physical condition of original material: Manuscript written in ink, on cotton paper and bound. ...
  • Chen xu nian chou fang [1983]

    File Ref: EAP460/13/3
    A general almanac for the Chenxu year, especially for the direction of Chou (north-east direction in traditional Chinese terminology). Extent of original material: 1 volume containing 76 pages Physical condition of original material: Manuscript written in ...
  • Chun yin wu xu [1970]

    File Ref: EAP460/13/4
    A general almanac. Extent of original material: 1 volume containing 34 pages Physical condition of original material: Manuscript written in ink, on cotton paper and bound. ...