Wright, Stanley Fowler (1873-1953)

Biography/History

b. 1873. Ed. Queen's University Belfast. Commissioner of Customs and Personal Secretary to the Inspector General, the Chinese Maritime Customs. Responsible for various publications building on and reflecting his experiences in the employ of the Chinese Maritime Customs (see below). d. Oslo, Norway, 1953. Publications: Kiangsi native trade and its taxation, Stanley F. Wright (Shanghai, 1920); China's customs revenue since the revolution of 1911, Stanley F. Wright (Shanghai, 1935); China's struggle for tariff autonomy, 1843-1938, Stanley F. Wright (Shanghai, 1938); The origin and development of the Chinese Customs Service, 1843-1911: An historical outline, Stanley F. Wright (Shanghai, 1939); Hart and the Chinese customs, Stanley F. Wright (Belfast, 1950); The collection and disposal of the maritime and native customs revenue since the Revolution of 1911: with an account of the loan services administered by the Inspector General of Customs, Stanley F. Wright (1965

Role
Commissioner of Customs and Personal Secretary to the Inspector General, CIMCS