From University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: RD-s039. Number on print: 41.
P.o.W. = Prince of Wales. The Prince, who was later King Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor (1894-1972), is in the centre, wearing a pith helmet. This photograph was taken at the Pavilion, Hong Kong Cricket Club, Central, Hong Kong, on the second day of the Prince's visit, on 7 April 1922. By way of “an ingenious little electrical arrangement” (South China Morning Post, 8 April 1922), the Prince released the foundation stone at the St Stephen's Girls' College, which was being built at the junction of Littleton Road and Breezy Park, a few miles away from the Pavilion on the upper levels. At the Pavilion was a working model “with a little derrick”, and a tiny foundation stone was laid as the actual stone slipped into place. Images of the school, including the foundation stone: http://weshare.hk/Soldier/articles/1197047.