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Preliminary Guide to the Manchuria Collection
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Series 1.  Materials from British sources

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Arranged chronologically.
Box 1: 1

Williamson, Reverend Alexander – "Notes on Manchuria," 1862 (Royal Geographical Society)

Box 1: 2

Younghusband, Lieutenant F. E. – "A Journey From Manchuria and Peking to Kashmir," 1888 (Royal Geographical Society)

Box 1: 3

Turley, Robert T. – "Some Notes on the River System of the Upper Liao, Manchuria," 1904 (Royal Geographical Society, Geographical Journal)

Box 1: 4

British Parliamentary Papers, "Correspondence Respecting the Russian Occupation of Manchuria and Newchwang, China," 1904

Box 1: 5

British Foreign Office and Board of Trade, "Diplomatic and Consular Reports, Trade of Antung, China," 1907-1908

Box 1: 6

British Foreign Office and Board of Trade, "Diplomatic and Consular Reports, Trade of Dairen (Dalny), Japan," 1907-1913

Box 1: 7

British Parliamentary Papers, Preliminary Report on Conditions in Manchuria, China, 1932

 

Series 2.  Materials from Japanese (including Machoukuo) sources

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically.
Box 1: 8

Welcome Society of Japan – Useful Notes and Itineraries for Travelling in Japan, 1910

Box 1: 9

Manchuria Daily News – Japan's Position in Manchuria and Mongolia, 1923

Box 1: 10

South Manchuria Railway Company – Harbin, 1934

Box 1: 11

South Manchuria Railway Company – South Manchuria Railway, 1935

Box 1: 12

South Manchuria Railway Company – Mukden (Fengtien), 1935

Box 1: 13

Manchoukuo Government – Manchoukuo: A Pictorial Sketch, 1937

Box 1: 14

Japanese Tourist Bureau – Touring Chosen and Manchoukuo, 1937

Box 1: 15

Peping[SIC]-Liaoning Railway (Peking-Mukden Line) – Welcome to Peping (Peking), ca.1930s