National Geographic : 1922 May
452 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE MAGISTRATE OF TSINGNING LIVES IN A TENT ON THE SITE OF HIS RUINED YAMEN (COURT BUILDING) This official is codirector of the relief work in his district. His wife, an unusually progressive woman, and his son are also shown in the picture. A THRESHING-FLOOR, ONCE LEVEL AS A DANCING FLOOR, CRACKED UP INTO MANY LEVELS BY THE QUAKE Note the effect on the compound wall. Six hundred sheep were buried in the collapsed caves at the rear.