Alicia Little's 1900 article, "Tour in Behalf of the Anti-foot-binding Society," from The Chinese Recorder and Missionary Journal. The article mentions of the Anti-Footbinding campaigns in China, it was written by Alicia Little. (Cornell University)
A tiny pair of "lotus shoes" commonly worn by women who were foot bound. (Andrew Liechtenstein)
Qiu Jin was a Chinese feminist and revolutionary that opposed footbinding by unbinding her feet.
Feng JiCai's 1994 book, The Three-Inch Golden Lotus: A Novel on Foot Binding. (Amazon)
Chinese girls in the 1890s with bound feet.
(China in Print)
Archibald Little (left) and Alicia Little (right) in 1894. (National Portrait Gallery, London)
Howard S. Levy's 1992 monograph, The Lotus Lovers: The Complete History of the Curious Erotic Custom of Footbinding in China (Chinese Erotic and Sexual Classics). (Amazon)
The small bound feet of a woman from 1868 compared to a normal foot. (John Thomson)
Visual representation of the process of footbinding. (China Highlights)
Dorothy Ko's 2005 monograph, Cinderella's Sisters: A Revisionist History of Footbinding. (Amazon)