An Inventory to the Pardee Lowe papers, 1911-1995

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An Inventory to the Pardee Lowe papers

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California
Processed by:
Anna Naruta, revised by Elizabeth Phillips
Date Completed:
2010, 2011
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Collection Summary

Title: Pardee Lowe papers
Dates: 1911-1995
Collection Number: 98055
Creator: Lowe, Pardee
Collection Size: 477 manuscript boxes, 13 card file boxes, 3 oversize boxes (approximately 210 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: The papers consist primarily of writings, correspondence, notes, reports, memoranda, minutes, bulletins, clippings, pamphlets, serial issues, and other printed matter, relating to the U.S. Department of State, international education, educational activities of UNESCO, political and economic conditions in East Asia, the Free China cause, and Sino-Soviet relations. Of particular importance are ephemera, clippings, and other research materials related to Chinatowns, especially San Francisco Chinatown, and to Chinese Americans.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Languages: In The collection is mainly in English, with some documents inChinese, Russian, Czech, and German

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

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Acquisition Information

Materials were acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1998, 1999, and 2008.

Accruals

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Related Materials

Richard T. LaPiere papers, Department of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries
Institute of Pacific Relations. San Francisco Bay Region Division Records, 1944-1947, Hoover Institution Archives
Asia Foundation records, Hoover Institution Archives
Zhang Shuqi papers, Hoover Institution Archives
Iris Chang papers, Hoover Institution Archives

Biographical/Historical Note

Named after George Pardee, the governor of California, Pardee Lowe (1904-1996) was born in San Francisco, California, to Lowe Fat Yuen (also known as Low Fat Yuen; pinyin: Liu Fa Yuan) and Miss Ho (Yip) Lowe (boxes 328, 448, 450). Following the 1906 earthquake and fire, Lowe's family relocated to Oakland, California. While Mrs. Lowe operated a store in West Oakland, Lowe Fat Yuen remained active in business and civic affairs in San Francisco, as a merchant with Sun Loy Co. and vice president of the San Francisco Chinese Chamber of Commerce. Pardee Lowe became active in the Oakland High School ROTC unit, the YMCA, and church activities of the Union Street Presbyterian Church (box 322). Throughout his life Lowe continued to be extremely active in social, professional, alumni, and fraternal organizations and associations.
Lowe received a BA from Stanford University in 1930, and an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1932. While on a 1931 study trip in Germany, Lowe married his first wife, Louisa Hope Bailey (box 328), and in 1936 their child, Pardee Lowe, Jr. (Pardee Joe Yee Lowe) was born in Oakland, California (box 353).
Pardee Lowe worked at various projects throughout the 1930s. Of longest duration was Lowe's serving as a research assistant for Stanford economics professor Richard T. LaPiere, from 1932 to 1935 (box 328). Lowe conducted work in San Francisco Chinatown for LaPiere and served as a technical advisor for LaPiere's two sociological-historical novels, Son of Han (1937) and When the Living Strive (1941). At LaPiere's recommendation, Lowe became involved in two projects for the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR). Lowe received funding to conduct a "secret" study of the people of San Francisco Chinatown (box 328, 329, 445). Due to disagreement over scope, methodology, and timetable of completion, the IPR concluded funding for the project in late 1936 (box 449).
Lowe worked in support of IPR conferences in Yosemite (1936) and Virginia Beach (1939), and continued collecting materials for his projected Middletown Study of San Francisco Chinatown. He had associations with the Social Service Department of the State Emergency Relief Administration (SERA) for San Francisco's Chinese Division for a few months of 1934 (boxes 458, 328); and the Social Science Research Conference of the Pacific Coast, 1933-1934. During the Sino-Japanese war, Lowe was active in work to raise funds and increase support for aid to war-torn China, through organizations such as China Relief and Rice Bowl parties. He joined planning and implementation work for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition's Pacific House, before moving to New York to serve as a secretary for Wah Chang Trading Corporation president K. C. Li (box 436).
In 1942 Lowe volunteered for military service, and served stateside, as well as overseas in the New Delhi headquarters of the China-Burma-India theater, and in Chongqing from 1943 to 1946, with some assignments to the Counterintelligence Corps (box 353). Following discharge from the military, Lowe returned to China, and under the U.S. Alien Property Administration served as manager of the China division of pharmaceutical manufacturer Schering Corporation, New Jersey and Shanghai, 1946-1947 (box 93). Correspondence also identifies Lowe as sales manager for China United Products Co., Shanghai in 1946-1947 (box 457).
From 1947 to 1949, Lowe worked in the U.S. Embassy in Nanking, administering the beginnings of the United States Educational Foundation in China (USEF China).
In January 1948 Lowe and Louisa Hope Bailey divorced, and Lowe married Anita Ting, born in Peiping, China, 1919 (boxes 353, 450). In 1960 their child, Patricia Pardee Lowe, was born (box 322).
Lowe maintained a strong interest in creative writing throughout the 1930s and 1940s, publishing articles in periodicals such as Asia, Missionary Review of the World, and various association newsletters. In 1943, Brown, Little and Co., publisher of LaPiere's socio-historical novels, added to their series a collection of Lowe's autobiographical articles, with names of individuals and places altered for publication. A best-seller that year, Lowe's Father and Glorious Descendant also was issued in an edition by the U.S. Armed Services (box 359). Lowe continued writing throughout his time in the military and in subsequent posts in China.
Lowe remained in Shanghai until the U.S. ordered withdrawal in 1949. Returning to the San Francisco Bay Area, Lowe entered the University of California, Berkeley, for PhD studies with the Institute for Slavic Studies from 1949 to 1956 (box 195).
Lowe also joined the U.S. Air Force Reserves, becoming a major by 1952 (box 450). In 1964 he was assigned to the Retired Reserve (box 451).
In 1955 Lowe joined the U.S. Information Agency (USIA), serving as intelligence research officer, and later as China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong desk officer until 1959 (box 195, 340). From 1959 to 1965 Lowe served as cultural attaché in the U.S. Embassy, Taipei, Taiwan (box 195). His Chinese name was Liu Yu Chang (box 43).
From 1965 until his retirement in 1972/1973, Lowe served in the U.S. Department of State as education officer of the Multilateral Policy and Program Office assigned to monitor the UNESCO Education Program (box 187, 195, 448).
After retiring, Lowe occasionally taught at Tatung Tech in Taiwan, and remained a committed advocate to the Free China cause. He continued to gather and organize materials related to Chinese Americans and to Chinatowns for a projected sequel to his 1943 book, telling the story of growing up Chinese American in relation to his late mother and stepmother, and continued his involvement with Christian charities.
Selected publications:
"A New Deal for Orientals," Missionary Review of the World 1934 June, pp. 279-281
"Mixed Marriage," Asia Magazine, 1937 January
"The Good Life in Chinatown," Asia Magazine, 1937 February. Published version of "Tree-Sitting in Chinatown" (box 485) and "Chinatown Changes" (box 359)
Father and Glorious Descendant, New York: Boston, Little, Brown and Company, 1943
"Personal Report from China," address to the Commonwealth Club of California, 1946 September 6
"Soviet foreign policy regarding Manchuria and China, 1945-1950," PhD thesis partial draft, prepared for the Institute of Slavic Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 1954 September 9, 3 volumes, typescript

Scope and Content of Collection

The papers consist primarily of writings, correspondence, notes, reports, memoranda, minutes, bulletins, clippings, pamphlets, serial issues, and other printed matter, relating to the U.S. Department of State, international education, educational activities of UNESCO, political and economic conditions in East Asia, the Free China cause, and Sino-Soviet relations. Of particular importance are ephemera, clippings, and other research material related to Chinatowns, especially San Francisco Chinatown, and to Chinese Americans.
Lowe's papers reflect his service with the U.S. military; the Department of State; civic, religious, alumni, and fraternal organizations in the U.S., Shanghai, Nanking, and Taiwan; and personal research interests. In his personal files, sociology and cultural issues related to Chinese Americans, and issues related to the Free China cause are core areas.
Lowe's scope and organization for his papers reflects particular methodologies and procedures, which are articulated in documents in his files. These include Lowe's description of his adoption of the Middletown Study sociological methodology (boxes 389, 391, 449). His methodology related to clippings is further described in a lesson plan he developed for the U.S. Air Force Reserve, "How to Clip the New York Times for Intelligence Items on the Soviet Union," 1954 (box 60). A manual of standard operating procedures, 1969 (box 376), sets the framework for the organization and scope of Lowe's Department of State education office work files, as well as his own subject files. Lowe's notes include a list of his permanent projects (box 381).
Box numbers referred to in this note are not inclusive. A box-level inventory follows this note. In many cases the folder titles do not match contents.
Biographical files, 1920s-1990s, undated, include personnel records, applications, and correspondence. Especially detailed are those related to Lowe's Armed Forces service (box 448; also 353, 436, 451, 466-468), his correspondence with professor Richard T. LaPiere (box 318), writings, employment files covering 1924-1973 (boxes 449, 436, 448), family history documents (box 117), and correspondence with publishers (box 381). Lowe describes his wartime experience through 1950 in a preface to his in-progress dissertation draft, 1954 September 9 (box 150), which is complemented by diaries, military personnel records, private correspondence, and files related to the various non-military positions Lowe held in China prior to the 1949 withdrawal. The papers also include course notes and papers related to Lowe's degrees from Oakland High School, Stanford University, and Harvard Business School, and to his PhD studies at University of California, Berkeley.
Of the vast number of projects undertaken during his long career, perhaps Lowe's most extensive research and writing related to Chinese American history and culture is found in his creative writings, correspondence with Stanford Economics and Sociology Professor Richard T. LaPiere, and related sociological work that began as an "undercover" study of San Francisco Chinatown for the Institute of Pacific Relations (box 329). While disagreement over scope, methodology, and timetable of completion led the IPR to conclude funding in late 1936, Lowe continued developing his Chinese American history and sociology research and writing files, 1920s-1990s throughout his life (boxes 125a-131, 190-193, 196-203, 381-385, and others).
The Chinese American history and sociology research files, 1930s, undated, consist of draft writings and research files, including survey data, correspondence, ephemera, and clippings, in English and in Chinese (boxes 125a-131). In this set of 1930s files, all folder titles (except the first) are by the creator. The Sociological profiles and case studies typescript drafts, 1930s, consist of typescript drafts by Lowe. These drafts are mainly duplicates of typescript materials which appear in the files of notes, drafts, and ephemera, but with some unique drafts, and a revised ordering of the material.
Encyclopedic in scope, the research strengths of the Chinese American History and sociology files include: ephemera and research related to restaurants and nightclubs, 1930s-1950s; conditions fostering continued occupational segregation for Chinese Americans (box 324); and San Francisco business and civic leader interest that San Francisco Chinatown undergo redesign and marketing as an exotic locale, or the "Chinafication" of San Francisco Chinatown during the 1930s (box 381). There is ephemera related to the original Bank of Canton, San Francisco, including material from the 1920s (boxes 313, 171); and Chinese Hospital, San Francisco, 1920s (box 97, 117). Collected material also includes Chinese opera materials related to the San Francisco Chinatown movie theaters, 1950s-1960s. Lowe also collected reports and other documents related to the WPA and the State Emergency Relief Administration, San Francisco Chinese Division, and was briefly associated with SERA for a few months of 1934 (box 328, 458). Also present is material related to Chinese Christian organizations, including Chinese American organizations, and some material related to evangelical missionary work in China. Lowe's papers include extensive clippings of news items related to Chinese Americans, late 1920s-early 1990s, with additional subject files on interracial marriage, discrimination, and African Americans.
Related research and writings by Lowe are found in his Institute of Pacific Relations San Francisco Chinatown survey project files, 1930s. These include holographic data from a street-by-street survey of San Francisco Chinatown buildings and residents, and typescript reports and correspondence with project sponsors (boxes 12, 328-329, 359-360, 381, 389-391, 408, 445).
Also related are the Richard T. LaPiere socio-historical novel research correspondence and administrative files, 1930s-1940s (boxes 318-319). These consist of correspondence with LaPiere and with LaPiere's publishers related to Lowe's serving as a research and administrative assistant for LaPiere's two novels related to a middle-class family in China and to an immigrant from China to San Francisco Chinatown. In correspondence with Lapiere Lowe provided feedback on LaPiere's depictions of Chinese and Chinese American culture and history, and discussed his own family history. For Son of Han Lowe also provided some source materials, including for publicity; literary feedback; and assisted in publicity for the novel and conducted other administrative work.
Lowe's Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR) conference administration files, 1930s, mainly consist of notes, correspondence, and printed material related to when Lowe was an administrative assistant to the IPR's 1936 Yosemite conference and 1939 Virginia Beach conference. Lowe's writing files also include research files and draft writings for a history of the formation and early days of the IPR (box 231-232, 334, 366). Lowe's papers also include meeting notes and conference programs, and reports that reflect his brief association in this period with a number of other study groups related to China, Asia, or Chinese Americans in California and San Francisco.
Related to the IPR study files are the Golden Gate International Exposition (GGIE) files, 1938-1939, which consist of administrative files, research files, commemorative printed material, and include correspondence with Miguel Covarrubias, and other planning files related to the Department of the Pacific Area, Pacific House, and to China Day at the GGIE (includes Box 328-329, 472-473). Lowe's papers also include correspondence and printed materials related to later reprinting of the Covarrubias maps of the peoples of the Pacific and managing their sales in China, 1946-1947 (box 472).
China Relief files, 1930s, include correspondence and clippings related to Lowe's participation in relief work benefiting Chinese civilians during the Sino-Japanese war. Publicity materials include clippings related to San Francisco's Rice Bowl Party 1938, in which Lowe's father played a prominent public role (box 200-201).
San Francisco Chinese Counsel General files, 1933-1939, include correspondence, typescript briefings, drafts of speeches, and clippings related to Lowe assisting Chinese Consul General Chihtsing Feng with a variety of diplomatic and public relations activities (box 325-328).
Lowe's Writing files, 1929-1990s (bulk 1930s-1940s), include writings related to events in the 1930s and 1940s, including the Sino-Japanese war, autobiography, and culture change. The files include essays and creative writing, notes for speeches, and writings by others. Also included are drafts of Lowe's 1943 autobiographical novel (with names of people and places fictionalized), correspondence with publishers, correspondence and clippings related to publicity, writings related to Lowe's participation in local casting for The Good Earth (1937), and correspondence concerning movie adaptations of his writings. Also included are proposals for a projected second autobiographical novel (box 328), in support of which Lowe continued to create and organize subject files.
Wah Chang Trading Corporation files, 1940-1942, include correspondence from Lowe's work as a secretary to President K. C. Li in New York.
World War II Military Service files, 1942-1946, include diaries, training notes and materials, correspondence, and printed maps, related to Lowe volunteering for the military in 1942, receiving various training, including in counterintelligence, and serving in a number of posts in the U.S., at China-Burma-India Theater Headquarters in New Delhi, and Chungking (Chongqing). The papers also include materials related to Lowe's participation in a San Francisco-area China-Burma-India theater veterans group.
Schering Company files, 1946-1947, consist mainly of training materials and correspondence related to Lowe serving as manager of the pharmaceutical manufacturer's China division under the U.S. Department of Justice's Alien Property Administration (box 93).
Also originating from Lowe's Shanghai activities are the China United Products Co., Shanghai, correspondence, 1946-1947 (box 457). Lowe's participation with alumni groups in China is reflected in Stanford Alumni files, related to alumni in Nanking and other areas in China (boxes 93, 335); Harvard Alumni Club files from Shanghai in 1948, and Taipei, Taiwan in the 1960s (boxes 107-109, 333); International House Alumni group of Shanghai files, 1947-1948 (box 360); and the University of California Alumni Club of Shanghai files, 1947 (box 361)
Department of State Educational and Cultural Exchange Program (USECFL) files, 1940s-1970s, include material related to Lowe's administrative work for the U.S. Educational Foundation in China (USEFC) and the beginning of the Fulbright program (boxes 317, 344, 364, 367, 447, 479-481). The files include typescript and holographic material, including expense reports and correspondence related to Lowe's USEFC work in Shanghai, 1949, and a typescript memo by Lowe, "Recollection of the First United States Fulbright Educational Exchange Program in Mainland China," 1971 April 22, in which Lowe recounts the history of the program from 1947 through the last year of Lowe's involvement, 1965.
Lowe's PhD Studies files, 1949-1950s, include research files, correspondence, course papers by Lowe and by others, and draft writings related to Lowe's studies at the University of California, Berkeley, Institute of Slavic Studies.
China House Association of Berkeley files, 1954-1955, relate to Lowe's work among University of California students, alumni, and others, to develop the China House Association of Berkeley (box 101).
U.S. Air Force Reserve files, 1950s-1960s, include personnel files and training materials.
U.S. Information Agency (USIA) files, 1955-1959, include correspondence, reports, and printed material related to Lowe serving as intelligence research officer and then China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong desk officer. An orientation document from the USIA, "The Agency in Brief," provides institutional history of these early years of USIA operation (box 340). Notable in the files are documents related to Lowe's early reports on the development of pinyin Romanization for Mandarin Chinese, and the development of the sinotype, and other advances in Chinese-language keyboarding, typewriters, and typesetting.
Cultural Attaché files, 1959-1965, relate to Lowe continuing with the Department of State, serving in the U.S. Embassy in Taiwan. Unique materials among these files include correspondence, photos, clippings, and other documentation of the Foo Hsing Opera Company (Fu Hsing), which made tours in the U.S. to support the Free China cause (boxes 43, 343-344, 447, 455).
Department of State Education Officer files, 1969-1974, include memos, reports, subject files, and printed materials related to Lowe's role as Education Officer, Office of Multilateral Policy and Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, for the U.S. State Department, assigned to monitor policies on education, including in developing countries, with special emphasis on UNESCO. The materials relate to all geographic areas assigned to Lowe: Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and "Overseas Chinese" worldwide (box 272). A large amount of UNESCO printed reports and other printed materials related to education, especially adult education, employability, and vocational training, in the U.S. and worldwide is included. The files also reflect Lowe's involvement with the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Secretariat (SEAMES) and the 1968 Nairobi conference.
Lowe also developed University Revolt subject files, 1968-1971, related to the student protests of 1968 and following years, mainly related to those on U.S. campuses. Throughout and beyond his tenure at the Department of State, Lowe continued to develop subject files related to the observation and further development of Asian Studies, and the birth of Asian American Studies.
Tatung Company teaching and consulting files, 1976-1990s, mainly relate to Lowe's teaching English-language business communication at the Taiwan Technical Institute, while splitting his time between Taipei and Menlo Park, California (boxes 32, 171, 312, 445-446).
Lowe's subject files, 1918-1990s, were developed throughout his career and into his retirement, including subject files on communism, USSR, communist China, Taiwan, and the Free China cause.

Arrangement

The papers are in the order in which they were received from the donor. Some folder titles do not match contents.

Abbreviations

The following abbreviations are used in the papers and in this finding aid.
Chicom
Chinese communism, or communism in China
CIC
Counter Intelligence Corps, Military Intelligence Service, US War Department
CU
Educational and Cultural Affairs (US Department of State)
GGIE
Golden Gate International Exposition, Treasure Island, San Francisco, 1939
IAF
Office of Information for the Armed Forces (e.g. Box 59)
IPR
Institute of Pacific Relations
MAAG-Taiwan
US Military Assistance and Advisory Group, Taiwan
MAGD
Abbreviation for projected second auto-biographical novel, "Mother and Glorious Descendant"
MPP
Multilateral Policy and Programs (US Department of State)
SEADAG
Southeast Asia Development Advisory Group
SEAMES
Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Secretariat
SEATO
Southeast Asia Treaty Organization
UNESCO
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
USAID
United States Agency for International Development
USAFR
United States Air Force Reserves
USEFC (also USEF China)
United States Educational Foundation in China (Fulbright Program)
USIA
United States Information Agency (e.g. Box 340)
USIS
United States Information Service (US Department of State)
YMCA
Yound Men's Christian Association. Also used as an abbreviation for Chinese YMCA, the separate YMCA facilities for people of Chinese descent

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Unesco.
International education.
East Asia.
Chinese Americans.
United States Dept. of State.
China--Foreign relations--Soviet Union.
Soviet Union--Foreign relations--China.
Chinatown (San Francisco, Calif.)
San Francisco (Calif.)
Taiwan.

Additional Indexing Terms

Golden Gate International Exposition (1939-1940--San Francisco, Calif.)
Stanford University.
Stanford University. Alumni Association.
Counterintelligence.
Cold War.
Taiwan Advocates.
Institute of Pacific Relations.
Institute of Pacific Relations (6th conference : 1936 : Yosemite, Calif.)
Institute of Pacific Relations--History.
YMCA.
Young Men's Christian Association.
International House (Berkeley, Calif.)
International House (New York, N.Y.)
International House (New York, N.Y.)--Alumni and alumnae.
China-Burma-India Veterans Association.
Unted States. Army.
Sino-Japanese Conflict, 1931-1933.
Sino-Japanese Conflict, 1937-1945.
Chinatown (Oakland, Calif.)


 

Original folders have been retained; folder titles may not match the contents

Box: 1

Department of State files, 1956-1980s

Box: 1

State Department intelligence publications,

Box: 1

Typescript reports,

Box: 1

UNESCO printed reports,

Box: 1

Printed materials on education, especially adult education, employability, and vocational training, 1956-1980s

Box: 1

Materials relating to 1973 National Adult Education Think Tank Project

Box: 2-9.

Department of State Education Officer files, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Printed materials related to UNESCO, education, linguistics, and China trade
Box: 3

UNESCO Printed materials, 1960s-1970s

Box: 3

Materials related to conventions on adult literacy, UNESCO and USAID

Box: 3

World Congress of Ministers of Education statistical report

Box: 3

Congressional publications, such as hearings before Congressional subcommittees

Box: 3

Asian Development Bank

Box: 3

U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare in cooperation with Dept of State

Box: 3

Institute of Pacific Relations

Box: 3

Japan Society, NY

Box: 3

Printed guides to encourage import trade to U.S. and use of labor

Box: 4

UNESCO Printed materials, 1960s-1970s

Box: 4

Tanzania textbook, 1970

Box: 4

Typescript proposal for fundamental curriculum for illiterates

Box: 5

UNESCO Printed materials, 1960s-1970s

Box: 6-7

Printed materials related to Congressional appropriations, 1960s-1970.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material related to Department of State, USAID, and the Department of Defense
Box: 7

Asian Development Bank, Asia Agricultural Survey, Japan: University of Tokyo Press and University of Washington Press, 1969

Box: 8-9.

Department of State Education Officer files, 1960s-1980s (bulk 1960s-1970s)

Box: 8-9.

Department of State printed policy briefings, news releases, and other materials, some marked not for public circulation

Box: 8-9.

UN economic reports and other printed material, including related to USAID and to teaching Chinese

Box: 9

Report from U.S. to UN

Box: 10

Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR) documents, 1935-1936

Box: 10

GGIE Pacific house planning committee files, , and related clippings, 1939

Box: 10

Printed materials

Box: 11

Mainly printed materials, 1930s-1960s

Box: 11

Guidebooks, related to Korea and Japan, and to relations between U.S. and Asian counties

Box: 11

Universities Field Staff report, 1956

Box: 12

IPR Chinatown survey files, undated, 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of San Francisco Chinatown "Survey Work" notebook with entries for each address, street by street, holographic, in English and Chinese, undated, made from 1933 appointment book
Box: 12

San Francisco Chinatown subject files, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly clippings and San Francisco Chinatown newsletters and flyers, in English and in Chinese
Box: 13

San Francisco Chinatown subject files, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, ephemera, and printed material, some related to San Francisco Chinatown
Box: 14

Subject files, 1960s-1990s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings
Box: 14

Bulletins of the Institute of Current World Affairs

Box: 15-16.

Subject files, 1979-1983

Box: 17

Chinatown subject files, 1979-1983

Box: 18

Subject files, 1970s-1990s (bulk 1990s)

Box: 18

Chinatown subject files, 1970s-1990s (bulk 1990s)

Box: 19

Subject files, 1990s

Box: 19

Chinatown subject files, 1990s

Box: 20

Subject files, 1990s

Box: 21

Clippings, 1990s

Box: 21

Printed materials related to UNESCO, 1950s-1960s

Box: 22

Printed material largely related to foreign policy, communism, and the USSR, 1950s-1970s

Box: 23-27

UNESCO Printed material, 1960s-1970s

Box: 23-27.

"Asian Draft Model," UNESCO report for limited distribution, 1965 September 10

Box: 28

Department of State Education Officer files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 29-32

Documents and notes related to Lowe's work on UNESCO, 1960s-1970s

Box: 32

Tatung University teaching files, 1980s-1990s

Box: 33

Subject files, 1990s

Box: 34

Clippings, 1990s

Box: 35-36.

Clippings, 1990s

Box: 35-36.

State Department bulletins

Box: 35-36.

Printed materials

Box: 35-36.

Tatung Company prospectus

Box: 37-39.

UNESCO work files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 40

Clippings in various large envelopes from Taipei, 1980s,

Box: 40

Future Development of the San Francisco Bay Area, 1960-2020, U.S. Dept of Commerce (prepared for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers) report with accompanying oversize full-color maps

Box: 41

UNESCO work files, typescript and holographic, including speech or formal memo draft and position paper draft with edits, 1960s-1970s

Box: 41

Documents related to budgeting and computerized report making, some holographic, probably 1980s

Box: 41

Printed materials on "Free China"

Box: 42

Business and educational serials

Box: 42

Financial investment service printed materials and annual reports

Box: 43

Cultural Affairs Attaché, U.S. Embassy, Taipei, Taiwan materials, 1960s

Box: 43

List of diplomatic personnel

Box: 43

Phone directories

Box: 43

U.S. Information Service directories for Taipei with English and Chinese name, phone, and address

Box: 43

Printed materials

Box: 43

Foo Hsing Opera Troup performances in support of Free China album of clippings, telegrams, and photos, 1962-1963

Box: 44

Cultural Affairs Attaché files, 1960s

Box: 44

Clippings and printed material, 1960s-1980s

Box: 45-49.

Subject files, clippings, and notes, 1980s

Box: 45-49.

State Department bulletins

Box: 50-54.

Department of State Education Officer files, 1969-1974

Box: 50-54.

Reports and position papers

Box: 52

Reports related to advisory committees and recruitment of U.S. nationals arranged in subject files, including subject files relating to literacy

Box: 52

Anita Lowe letters, cards, bulk mail, and documents mainly relating to religion, including bulletins of the 5th Chinese Congress on World Evangelization, 1996, and holographic notes, 1996

Box: 55

PhD dissertation files, 1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes early dissertation drafts, typescript, and correspondence with advisory Professor George Lantzeff, 1952
Box: 55

Subject file, "1945-November," 1935-1976

Box: 55

Printed materials, clippings, and financial company mailings, mid 1990s

Box: 56

Unsorted clippings, 1990s

Box: 57

Printed materials, 1930s

Box: 57

PhD studies files, 1950s

Box: 57

Chinese PhD examination notes, holographic and typescript

Box: 57

Clippings, 1986, and holographic notes

Box: 57

Printed material related to the UN,1950, and to Chiang Kai-shek

Box: 58

Dissertation research and writing files, 1950s, including folders divided by month (1945 April-October)

Box: 58

PhD student papers in preparation of dissertation

Box: 58

Joseph McCarthy investigations research file, especially related to Owen Lattimore, including holographic and typescript material and clippings

Box: 59

Dissertation research and writing files, 1950s

Box: 59

PhD student papers relevant to dissertation, subject files, copy of draft for volume I, 1950s

Box: 59

"Outline of Leading Chinese Newspapers" by region, typescript drafts

Box: 59

News stories from the U.S. Information Service (such as "Hoover War Library Described" 1946 January 28)

Box: 59

Translations of Chinese newspaper stories

Box: 59

Notes and printed programs from the Asilomar Conference on China, December 1949

Box: 60

Dissertation research and writing files, 1950s

Box: 60

Correspondence with advisory professors

Box: 60

USAFR files, Lowe, Maj. Pardee, U.S. Air Force Reserve, 1950s-1964

Box: 60

"How to Clip the New York Times for Intelligence Items on the Soviet Union" training for work with Russian news articles, typescript lesson plan, 1954 or later

Box: 61

Dissertation research and writing files, 1950s, folders divided by month, 1950 February-March

Box: 61

Clippings

Box: 62-63

Printed material characterizing the Soviet Union and Taiwan, especially with regard to education and culture, 1930s-1980s

Box: 62-63

Items relating to the emerging field of Asian American studies

Box: 64-65.

Clippings, 1980s-1990s

Box: 64-65.

Greeting cards to Anita Lowe, with holographic messages in English and Chinese and miscellaneous mailings

Box: 66

Department of State Education Officer files

Box: 66

Printed material on education by UNESCO, 1960s

Box: 66

"Study Group on Education and Nation-Building Annual Report 1967-1968," Ann Arbor: U of Michigan

Box: 67

Department of State Education Officer files printed materials, mainly on education, and education's role in military readiness, 1960s-1970s

Box: 68-70

Clippings, 1980s-1990s

Box: 71

Church programs

Box: 71-74.

Clippings and holographic notes

Box: 71-74.

Printed materials

Box: 71-74.

State Department bulletins, 1970s-1980s

Box: 75-79.

Subject files, 1979-1983

Box: 75-79.

China

Box: 75-79.

Chinese studies

Box: 75-79.

Chinese Americans

Box: 75

Africa

Box: 76-77.

Soviet Union

Box: 79

Taiwan

Box: 78-79.

U.S. politics and ethnic relations and investments

Box: 80-81.

Miscellaneous desk documents, 1980s, including financial documents and notes of Anita Lowe

Box: 81-82.

Subject file material, early 1990s. Some labeled envelopes of clippings

Box: 81-82.

"The Story of Dr. Burke Liang Sun (November 30, 1908 - May 16, 1990)," Pearl Shih Hua Sun Nye and William George Nye

Box: 81

Correspondence with Pearl Shih Hua Sun Nye and William George Nye

Box: 85-92

Subject files, 1960s-1980s.

Box: 85-92

"Manual for LS Oral Interview Workshops," by Pardee Lowe, Jr., Language School, 1980 June, sponsored by the CIA and Defense Language Institute

Box: 91

USSR Subject file

Box: 92

"University Revolt" subject files, 1968-1971

Box: 93

Biographical material, including from Lowe attending Stanford University

Box: 93

Completed class registration cards, 1926-1929

Box: 93

Correspondence, 1940s, includes Schering, Nanking, correspondence

Box: 93

Stanford Alumni file

Box: 93

Nanking files, 1948

Box: 93

"University Revolt" subject file, 1960s-1970s

Box: 94

Correspondence, 1940s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript copy of military record report, as counterintelligence officer
Box: 94

Biographical material, Stanford transcript and documents relating to loans from Stanford

Box: 94

Subject files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 95

Appointment books, 1934, 1935, and undated

Box: 95

Subject files 1960s-1970

Box: 96

Datebook pages with holographic annotations, 1933 and undated

Box: 96

Draft writings related to San Francisco Chinatown with annotations, undated

Box: 96

Notes, typescript and holographic, 1940s-1960s

Box: 96

San Francisco printed materials, 1930-1934

Box: 97

Collected material in support of writing

Box: 97

Clippings and printed material, 1920s-1930s and 1960s-1970s

Box: 97

San Francisco Chinatown ephemera, includes printed materials on Chinese Hospital, San Francisco, 1920s

Box: 97

Printed material related to China.

Scope and Content Note

Includes illustrated pamphlets promoting Chinese Industrial Co-operatives, possibly 1930s
Box: 98

Phi Lamda fraternity files, 1950s-1970s

Box: 98

Printed materials on publishing, writing and literature, some received at Institute of Pacific Relations, 1930s

Box: 99

Correspondence, 1930s

Box: 99

Newsletters and other notices related to San Francisco's Chinese YMCA and the Chinese American Citizens Alliance (C.A.C.A.)

Box: 99

Hand-sewn holographic Chinese record books, 1920s

Box: 99

Hand-sewn Chinese texts printed from hand-carved wooden printing blocks

Box: 99

Notes, typescript drafts, and printed materials (by others) on Japanese military actions in China, some 1930s

Box: 99

"Dictations of E P Lum, 9-13-34 to 10-3-34," notes

Box: 99

Annual report of Tong Hai Tang (Pinyin transliteration), in Chinese with annotations in English, 1934

Box: 100

Bulletins, reports, and correspondence related to relief work in San Francisco, 1930s

Box: 100

Case files on conditions of individuals and their families, with updates, holographic, 1930s, possibly related to Lowe's IPR survey work

Box: 100

Datebook, 1935

Box: 100

Address books, undated

Box: 100

Telephone directory of San Francisco Chinatown, in Chinese, 1933

Box: 101

"Interracial Relations - Chinese Efforts at Improving Relations" writing drafts and source clippings with annotations, 1920s-1930s

Box: 101

Memorandum, reports, and other print material related to relief work in San Francisco, 1936-1938

Box: 101

Clipping related to Chinatown, 1960s

Box: 101

China House Association of Berkeley files, 1955

Scope and Content Note

Mainly consisting of correspondence
Box: 101

Cultural Attaché files, 1963-1964 and undated.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly consisting of business cards and guestbooks, 1963-1964, as well as material related to Nursing Scholarship Opera Committee
Box: 102

Guestbook, 1960-1964.

Box: 102

Research notes, typescript and holographic

Box: 102

Subject files related to San Francisco Chinatown and being Chinese American, 1930-1970s,

Scope and Content Note

Including clippings, flyers, and programs
Box: 102

Chinese telephone directory, San Francisco and Oakland, 1934 March

Box: 102

Chinese Directory of San Francisco and East Bay 1949,

Scope and Content Note

in English
Box: 102

Printed Chinese textbooks, including book of English articles on President Lincoln translated into Chinese, 1945

Box: 102

Personal files related to apartment rentals, home furnishing, and recipes, and correspondence by Anita Lowe

Box: 103

Subject files, 1930s-1970s

Box: 103

Dissertation research and writing files, 1950s

Box: 103

Writing drafts

Box: 103

"1950 November" and "1950 October," Research files consisting largely of clippings but also typescript drafts and notes.

Box: 104

Dissertation research and writing files, 1950s

Box: 104

Research files

Box: 104

Dissertation draft of section, covering events in Manchuria, 1947 January through June, 1953

Box: 104

1947 January

Box: 104

1949 January-June

Box: 104

1949 November

Box: 105

Dissertation research and writing files, 1950s

Box: 105

1946 June-December

Box: 105

1947 February-March

Box: 105

1949 July-October

Box: 105

Related research material, 1950s

Box: 106

Dissertation research and writing files, 1950s

Box: 106

1946 February-May

Box: 106

1947 April-1948 December

Box: 106

Czech language class notes, holographic and typescript, 1951

Box: 106

Subject files related to UNESCO, and particularly the 1968 Nairobi Conference

Box: 107-109

Subject files on education relating to UNESCO, 1959-1970s (bulk 1960s-1970s)

Box: 107-109

Harvard Club of the Republic of China administrative files, 1960s

Box: 107-109

Harvard Business School Fund outgoing correspondence, 1959

Box: 110

Subject files, clippings and bulletins, 1970s (bulk 1979)

Box: 111

Clippings and bulletins, 1978-1989 (bulk 1989)

Box: 112-114.

Subject files, 1978-1980s

Box: 115

Clippings, 1980s

Box: 116

Subject files, 1980s

Box: 117

Family history, accounting, and San Francisco Chinatown documents, 1920s-1940s, undated,

Scope and Content Note

Mainly in Chinese
Box: 117

Description of family history, in Chinese, holographic, hand-sewn binding, undated

Box: 117

Account book, 1920s-1930s,

Scope and Content Note

In Chinese, holographic
Box: 117

Fu Hua Company (pinyin) annual report, with holographic annotations, 1922

Box: 117

Chinese Hospital San Francisco fundraising materials, probably 1920s

Box: 117

Yeung Wo Chinese School (Yang He) printed album, circa 1922

Box: 117

Military service photo with holographic annotations, undated

Box: 118-124.

Dissertation research files, 1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript and holographic notes organized by author, by subject, and chronologically by historical period
Box: 125a-131.

Chinese American history and sociology research files, 1930s, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of draft writings and research files, including survey data, correspondence, ephemera, and clippings, in English and in Chinese
Box: 125a.

San Francisco Chinatown clippings, 1936

Scope and Content Note

Includes articles from English-language newspapers outside of Chinatown concerning podii system of boycott in landlord-tenant disputes
Box: 125a.

Americanization.

Scope and Content Note

Includes topics of Chinatowns, Chinese Americans, interracial relationships, and sociological perspectives on culture change
Box: 125a.

Charity, religion

Box: 125a.

Economic activities

Box: 125a.

Religion, customs, charity, and recreation

Box: 125b.

Religion, customs, charity, and recreation

Box: 125b.

Imported skills and technology.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material related to skills and technology imported from China, and to import businesses
Box: 125b.

Non-Chinese consumption.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material related to Chinese businesses and industries
Box: 125b.

Medicine - Health

Box: 125b.

Health, 1930s, 1959, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material related to health in Chinatowns, segregation, tuberculosis, and the plague scare of 1900
Box: 125b.

Economic Org. C. of C. [Chinese of California]

Box: 125b.

Immigration Laws

Box: 125b.

Population.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript notes on Chinatowns and Chinese American populations in Chico, Fresno, San Jose, San Rafael, and other smaller cities in California, 1930s
Box: 126a.

Population

Box: 126a.

Chinatowns

Box: 126a.

Immigration

Box: 126a.

Travel and transport

Box: 126a.

Early reception

Box: 126a.

Antagonism (racial discrimination)

Box: 126a.

Persecution

Box: 126a.

Prejudice - Exclusion

Box: 126a.

Chinafication

Box: 126a.

American-born Chinese

Box: 126a.

Improved interracial relations

Box: 126a.

Chinese consumption

Box: 126a.

Both races

Box: 126b.

American-born economic activities and opportunity

Box: 126b.

Economic activities

Box: 126b.

Respects, Attitudes and duties.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of notes regarding etiquette and traditional customs regarding relations with guests and among members of a family
Box: 126b.

District loyalties.

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes and draft writings about district associations and relations among them, including relations in central California among Chinese and Chinese American people from different districts
Box: 126b.

New code and ideals

Box: 126b.

Old holidays

Box: 126b.

New holidays

Box: 126b.

Smuggling of immigrants

Box: 126b.

Indifference.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of notes and draft writings related to the attitudes of whites to Chinese and Chinese Americans, mainly in the U.S.
Box: 127a

Favorable relationships

Box: 127a

Unfavorable relationships

Box: 127a

Organizations

Box: 127a

Six Companies.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of notes and draft writings related to the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, San Francisco, with some material related to Chicago and New York
Box: 127a

Family organizations.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of notes and draft writings related to family associations
Box: 127a

District organizations

Box: 127a

Tongs

Box: 127a

Special economic organizations.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material related to the San Francisco Chinese Chamber of Commerce, merchants' associations and other specialized commercial associations, and the Chinese Hospital charity
Box: 127a

Youth organizations

Box: 127a

Native-born organizations.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material related to the Native Sons of the Golden State (Chinese American Citizens Alliance) and other Chinese American organizations
Box: 127a

Older generation organizations

Box: 127a

Religious organizations

Box: 127a

Political organizations

Box: 127a

American organizations

Box: 127a

Crime and police

Box: 127a

Special pathological conditions

Box: 127a

Conclusions and hypotheses

Box: 127b.

Methodology and bibliography

Box: 127b.

Sociological profiles and case studies files, 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript and holographic notes, with varying degrees of identification of individuals and their families, with relation to Oakland, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, California
Box: 127b.

Case study index card notes, holographic

Box: 127b.

Second generation

Box: 127b.

D. B. C., Dung Bo Choy

Box: 127b.

L. D. C.

Box: 127b.

L. W. C.

Box: 127b.

C. L., Miss, Mrs. W. C. L.

Box: 127b.

Children

Box: 127b.

L. L.

Box: 127b.

Dr. Ng Poon Chew

Box: 127b.

Ancestors

Box: 127b.

Yip Hay

Box: 127b.

Third Generation

Box: 127b.

Income

Box: 127b.

Housing and living conditions

Box: 127b.

Food and clothing

Box: 128a.

Food and clothing

Box: 128a.

Recreation and play

Box: 128a.

Kinship terms and names

Box: 128a.

Ancestor worship, rituals, religion

Box: 128a.

Chinese patriotism

Box: 128a.

China and Japanese war

Box: 128a.

Family

Box: 128a.

Birth, babyhood, and adoption

Box: 128a.

Sex, prostitution

Box: 128a.

Women's status

Box: 128a.

Marriage

Box: 128b

Marriage

Box: 128b

Intermarriage

Box: 128b

Divorce

Box: 128b

Death

Box: 128b

Education

Box: 128b

Grammar school

Box: 128b

High school

Box: 128b

Colleges and Universities

Box: 128b

Language schools

Box: 128b

Chinese newspapers. Holographic and typescript notes concerning newspapers published in San Francisco and New York, currently and historically

Box: 129

Customs and ideals

Box: 129

Family and clan authority.

Scope and Content Note

See also Family property, social rights
Box: 129

Family property, social rights

Box: 129

American Commission for Relief in China organizing files, 1937-1938 and undated.

Scope and Content Note

Holographic notes related to building support in U.S. to raise funds to aid war-torn China
Box: 129

Chinese American history and sociology research files, 1930s, undated

Box: 129

Chinatown study organizing notes, 1937-1938 and undated.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript notes on organization of Chinatown Study report, people contacted, and notes related to research books checked out from the libraries,
Box: 129

Williams, Faith M. and Carle C. Zimmerman, Studies of Family Living in the United States and Other Countries: An Analysis of Material and Method, Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Miscellaneous Publications No. 223, 1935 December

Box: 129

Sociological profiles and case studies typescript drafts, 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of duplicates of typescript material by Lowe that appears in the Sociological profiles and case studies files,
Box: 129

Dung Bo Choy (D. C. B.)

Box: 129

L. W. C.

Box: 129

L. L.

Box: 129

C. L., Miss (Mrs. W. C. L.)

Box: 129

Children

Box: 129

Dr. Ng Poon Chew

Box: 129

Yip Hay

Box: 129

First generation

Box: 129

Second generation

Box: 129

Third generation

Box: 130

Americanization

Box: 130

Intermarriage

Box: 130

Income

Box: 130

Housing and living conditions

Box: 130

Food and clothing

Box: 130

Recreation and play

Box: 130

Charity and religion

Box: 130

Medicine and health

Box: 130

Economic Activity

Box: 130

Imported technique and skills

Box: 130

Non-Chinese consumption

Box: 130

Chinese consumption

Box: 130

Both races

Box: 130

American-born, economics

Box: 130

Economic org., C. of C.

Box: 130

Immigration and laws

Box: 130

Population

Box: 130

Chinatown.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript notes related to history of Portsmouth Square, San Francisco, and the difference between the Chinese community versus Chinatown. Also includes some notes on New York's Chinatown
Box: 130

Emigration

Box: 130

Travel and transport

Box: 130

Early reception

Box: 130

Antagonism

Box: 130

Persecution

Box: 130

Prejudice and exclusion

Box: 131

Indifference

Box: 131

Customs and ideals

Box: 131

Family and clan authority

Box: 131

Family property, social rights

Box: 131

Respects -- attitudes

Box: 131

Duties

Box: 131

District loyalties

Box: 131

Chinafication

Box: 131

Phrases

Box: 131

Kinship terms and names

Box: 131

Ancestor worship, rituals, religion

Box: 131

Chinese patriotism

Box: 131

China-Japanese war

Box: 131

Family

Box: 131

Birth and babyhood

Box: 131

Sex and prostitution

Box: 131

Marriage

Box: 131

Divorce

Box: 131

Death

Box: 131

Education

Box: 131

Public grammar schools

Box: 131

High schools

Box: 131

Colleges and universities

Box: 131

Language schools

Box: 131

Chinese newspapers.

Scope and Content Note

Holographic and typescript notes concerning newspapers published in San Francisco and New York, currently and historically
Box: 131

Organizations

Box: 131

Six Companies

Box: 131

Family organizations

Box: 131

District organizations

Box: 131

Tongs

Box: 131

Special economic organizations

Box: 131

Children's organizations

Box: 131

Youth organizations

Box: 131

Native-born organizations

Box: 131

Older generation's organizations

Box: 131

Religious organizations

Box: 131

Political organizations

Box: 131

Social and pathological conditions

Box: 132

Calendar pages, 1959-1961,

Scope and Content Note

1964-1965
Box: 132

USIS memos from Lowe, 1964

Box: 132

Business cards, 1964

Box: 133-134

Research notes, probably 1920s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of reading notes on a preprinted index card system
Box: 133-134

Business cards, 1960s

Box: 135

Stanford University course study notes, holographic, on index cards, 1920s

Box: 135

Case file cards, 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Records names, addresses, and case status of individuals; likely related to SERA relief
Box: 136

Research notes, probably 1920s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of reading notes on a preprinted index card system
Box: 136

Business cards and contact lists, 1960s and perhaps earlier

Box: 137

Chinese language studies printed flashcards, probably 1920s

Box: 138

Tatung Co. teaching files, 1987-1990

Box: 139

Chew, Caroline, "Development of Chinese Family Life in America: As Observed in San Francisco 'Chinatown,'" typescript master's thesis, Mills College, Professor Mary Roberts Coolidge, 1926

Box: 139

Clippings, 1989

Box: 140

Subject files, 1976-1979

Box: 140

Investments and financial records

Box: 141

Subject file material, 1990s

Box: 141

Investments and financial records

Box: 142-143.

Harvard Business School course notes, ephemera and clippings, 1930-1932

Box: 142-143.

Subject file materials, 1989-1994

Box: 144-145

Harvard Business School course notes, 1930-1931

Box: 144

Who's Who in the Republic of China, 1963-1964

Box: 145

Printed manuals for teaching Mandarin Chinese, National Taiwan Normal University, 1982

Box: 146-149.

Subject file material, 1990s

Box: 146-149.

Printed material about Taiwan, 1960s-1990s,

Scope and Content Note

including The Free China Journal, 1990s
Box: 146-149.

Taitung Co. teaching files, 1990s

Box: 149

Dissertation draft appendix A typescript, 1955

Box: 150

PhD dissertation draft, typescript, 1955

Scope and Content Note

Includes preface, body text except for chapter "1947," and appendices A through D
Box: 151

Includes PhD dissertation draft, typescript, 1955

Box: 151

Subject files

Box: 151

Material related work on UNESCO, 1960s-1970s

Box: 152

Professor Kerner Festschrift correspondence, 1957

Box: 152

"Soviet-Chinese Relations, 1918-1941," typescript draft chapter, undated

Box: 152

Dissertation research files, 1950s.

Box: 152

Typescript and holographic notes, probably 1950s

Box: 152

"1945 December"

Box: 152

"Yalta Papers"

Box: 153

College papers by Lowe and others

Box: 153

Speech by Lowe

Box: 153

Subject files, 1950s-1970s

Box: 153

"1945 March" dissertation research file

Box: 153

Clippings, 1930s

Box: 154

Dissertation research files

Box: 154

"1945 January,"

Box: 154

"1945 August"

Box: 154

"1946 January"

Box: 154

Subject files, 1976

Box: 154

Asian Studies conference materials, Asilomar, 1976

Box: 154

Phi Lamda fraternity printed material, 1950s-1970s

Box: 154

Clippings and reports for subject files, 1970s

Box: 155

UNESCO correspondence and reports, 1956-1970s

Box: 155

Subject files material, 1977

Box: 155

"Special MBA Library" clippings

Box: 156

UNESCO reports, 1960s-early 1970s

Box: 156

Chinese Digest, 1930s

Box: 156

The Asian Student Orientation Handbook, 1962

Box: 156

"A Directory of the Foreign Communities of Alameda County, a Community Chest Agency for Foreign Communities," International Institute of Alameda County, 1936

Box: 157

Harvard School of Business notes, 1931

Box: 157

Clippings, 1920s-1930s

Box: 157

UNESCO reports, 1960s-early 1970s

Box: 157

"Source Material on International Education and Cultural Activities for the 1960s," U.S. Department of State report, 1961

Box: 158

Subject files, 1981-1982

Box: 158

"Source Material on International Education and Cultural Activities for the 1960s," U.S. Department of State report, 1961

Box: 159-160.

Subject files, 1981-1982

Box: 161

Clippings, 1981

Box: 162

Subject files, 1981-1982

Box: 162

Subject file clippings, 1981

Box: 163

Chinese Digest (San Francisco), 1937

Box: 163

The Chinese Student, 1936

Box: 163

Chinese Moslems in Progress, 1957 (1376), The China Islamic Association, People's Republic of China (in English, Chinese, and Farsi or Persian)

Box: 163

Subject file materials, 1980-1981

Box: 164

Subject file materials, 1970s-1980s

Box: 165

Subject file materials, 1950s-1980s

Box: 166-167.

Subject file materials, 1970s-1980s

Box: 168

"China-U.S. Trade 1936-1940" includes typescript and holographic notes, 1939-1941

Box: 168-169.

Subject files, 1950s-1970s

Box: 168-169.

Financial investment files, 1960s-1980s

Box: 170

Financial investment files, 1960s-1980s

Box: 171

Research and writing files, undated, likely 1980s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes holographic research notes, undated, some on 1989 calendar pages
Box: 171

Bank of Canton and banking draft writings and clippings, undated and 1980s

Box: 171

Tatung Tech Business School teaching files, including newsletter profile of Lowe, 1976-1978 and 1982

Box: 171

Notes related to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 1988

Box: 171

Printed materials and clippings, 1980s

Box: 172

Income tax files, 1980s

Box: 172-176

Subject files, 1940-1970s (bulk 1950s-1970s)

Scope and Content Note

Includes USSR subject files, with PhD coursework notes, and Department of State printed materials
Box: 172-176

Printed materials related to Slavic Studies organizations and conferences, 1970s

Box: 177-178.

Department of State Education Officer files, 1930s-1970s (bulk 1960s-1970s).

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, reports, holographic notes, travel visit itineraries, personnel and contacts lists, and UNESCO clippings, organized by country
Box: 178

USIA administrative files, 1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes agency history and other training documents
Box: 179

Department of State files, 1960s-1980s (bulk 1960s-1970s).

Scope and Content Note

Includes staff directories, agency guides, printed State Department reports, and other documents on UNESCO.
Box: 179

Ledger of daily expenses in Shanghai, 1948 June-1949 April

Box: 180

UNESCO printed materials

Box: 180-181

Subject files, 1950s-1970s (bulk 1960s-1970s)

Box: 182

USIA administrative files, 1957-1963 (box 182)

Box: 182-184.

UNESCO printed materials, 1960s-1970s

Box: 182-184.

Clippings, 1971

Box: 184

Investment newsletters, 1970-1971

Box: 185-186.

Clippings and other subject file materials, 1970-1972

Box: 187

Department of State Education Officer files, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of memos and reports, with some briefing material, correspondence, and holographic notes
Box: 188

Department of State Education Officer files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 188

Subject files, 1950s-1960s

Box: 188

Clippings, 1972

Box: 189

Subject files, 1950s-1960s

Box: 190-191

Writing files, 1920s-1930s

Box: 190-191

"Delving into The Good Earth: Confessions of a Chinatownian in Hollywood," 1935 November - December, typescript with some holographic edits on verso

Box: 190-191

A first-person account of the challenges faced by a young, Bay Area, college-educated Chinese American man and his white wife, typescript with holographic edits, undated

Box: 190-191

Subject files, 1920s-1970s (bulk 1920s-1930s),

Scope and Content Note

Including related to interracial marriage
Box: 190-191

Administrative files, correspondence, script extracts, and other material related to casting for The Good Earth in San Francisco

Box: 190-191

Writings related to economics coursework at Stanford and subsequent positions, 1920s-1930s

Box: 190-191

Writings by others, 1930s, undated.

Box: 190-191

Hou, Dr. T. P. [about the white female author of "My Chinese Marriage"] undated, typescript

Box: 190-191

"Living Conditions in Chinatown, Prepared by a Study Group in the School of Social Studies, 177 Post Street, San Francisco, 1939," dedicated to Miss Alice Griffith, with photos

Box: 190-191

Unidentified, draft of article on the agrarian crisis of Kwangtung Province, China, undated, typescript with holographic corrections

Box: 190-191

IPR administrative files, undated, probably 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript list of mailing addresses of National Councils of the Institute of Pacific Relations,
Box: 191

Ephemera related to Bay Area Chinese Americans

Box: 191

Cathay Chimes yearbook, probably 1930

Box: 192

Research files relating to San Francisco and San Francisco Chinatown, 1910s-1970s (bulk 1920s-1930s)

Box: 192

San Francisco Juvenile Courts correspondence, draft writings, ephemera, and reports of data, 1930s

Box: 192

"Personal History of a Chinese Doctor [Low D- C-]," draft writing, undated, probably 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes information about the early newspaper publisher, Dr. Ng Poon Chew, his son Edward Chew, and their method for purchasing their home in Oakland during the period of whites-only housing covenants.
Box: 193

Research files, 1920s-1960s (bulk 1940s-1950s)

Box: 193

Immigration

Box: 193

U.S. laws regarding people of Chinese descent

Box: 193

Subject files

Box: 193

Language and language learning

Box: 193

Invention of automatic Chinese typesetting machines in 1963 by RCA and others

Box: 193

USIS files related to work regarding information about development of Chinese typesetting machines.

Scope and Content Note

See also: box 276, materials on development of Sinotype
Box: 194

State Department files, 1950s-1970s

Box: 194

Cultural attaché in Taipei, 1950s-1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, clippings, and other documents related to housing
Box: 194

Subject files related to development of Taiwan

Box: 194

PhD coursework, correspondence and draft writing on UNESCO work, 1950s-1970s

Box: 195

UNESCO administrative documents, 1960s-1970s

Box: 195

Personnel files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 195

Biographical profile typescript, 1971

Box: 195

Research files,

Box: 195

"Report of the American Economic Mission to the Far East," typescript, probably 1935

Box: 195

U.S.-China trade article material, 1930s-1940, undated

Box: 195

Clippings related to Taiwan, 1980s

Box: 196

Chinatown research and writing files, 1920s-1930s

Box: 196

Letter to Dick [Richard LaPiere] in which Lowe characterizes the district organizations, family associations, and Consolidated Benevolent Society (formerly Six Companies), and all newspapers published in Chinatown, 1938 May 8.

Scope and Content Note

See also box 318-319
Box: 196

Data cards on Chinese American students at University of California, Berkeley, udated, probably 1930s

Box: 196

Correspondence and ephemera related to Chinese and Chinese-American students, 1920s-1930s,

Scope and Content Note

Including advocacy on behalf of students being detained at U.S. immigration in 1924
Box: 196

Taiwan subject files, mainly related to government and Kuomintang leaders, U.S. diplomatic lists, and lists of high-ranking Chinese government officials, 1960s

Box: 197

Ephemera includes Chinatown business trade cards and New Year's cards, undated, some before 1906

Box: 197

China House, Berkeley, California files, 1950s

Box: 197-198.

Chinatown research and writing files, 1930s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Draft writings and holographic notes, correspondence, photos, and printed material, largely relating to Chinatowns, especially San Francisco and Oakland, and Chinese American families
Box: 197-198.

"Dr. Way Chin Lowe's Personal History," undated,

Scope and Content Note

Probably by Pardee Lowe
Box: 198

Draft chapter, undated

Box: 199

Chinatown subject files, 1950s and 1980s (bulk 1980s)

Box: 199

SERA relief work regarding San Francisco Chinese and Chinese American population, 1930s

Box: 199

Report typescript by Lowe, 1934

Box: 200-203.

Chinatown and Chinese American research files, 1920s-1970s (bulk 1930s-1960s)

Box: 200-203.

Federal Emergency Relief Administration and Community Chest of San Francisco relief efforts, 1930s

Box: 200-203.

Lowe's freelance writing, personal and professional correspondence, holographic notes, and clippings from English and Chinese-language U.S. newspapers, all arranged to support further writing by Lowe on Chinatowns and Chinese Americans

Box: 200-203.

American Committee in San Francisco for China Relief, correspondence, clippings, and expense reports, 1930s

Box: 200

Rice Bowl fundraiser newspaper clipping publicity photo of Lowe's father, Lowe Fat Yuen, San Francisco Chronicle, 1938 June 17

Box: 200

Chinese Digest issues, 1930s

Box: 201

Correspondence with the American Red Cross on planning relief for war-torn China, 1930s

Box: 201

Documents related to the forming of the American Committee for the Relief of China (ACRC), including typescript history, 1930s

Box: 202

Golden Gate International Exposition, San Francisco, 1939

Box: 202

The World's Fair, 1930s-1960s (bulk 1930s)

Box: 203

Taiwan research files

Box: 204-205.

Taiwan research files, 1960s-1970s and undated.

Scope and Content Note

Includes draft writings by Lowe, undated, notes, correspondence, clippings and ephemera, writings by others, and UNESCO documents
Box: 206-208.

Subject files, 1930s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, unpublished reports, and clippings, largely related to Japan and Vietnam
Box: 209-211.

Subject files, 1950s-1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of clippings and printed material about technical industries and natural resources, with some UNESCO reports and information on investing, particularly in securities
Box: 210

Harvard Business School notes and typescript report, 1930s

Box: 211

State Department bulletins, 1970s

Box: 212-217.

Clippings, 1971-1972

Box: 212

State Department bulletins on countries, 1970s

Box: 214-217.

Correspondence and reports related to UNESCO, 1960s-1970s

Box: 216

Department of State Education Officer files, a typescript draft of memo from Lowe regarding his workload related to UNESCO, and recent trends in UNESCO budget and staff numbers, 1970 October 13

Box: 218-220

Printed material related to Lowe's work on UNESCO, 1960s-1970s

Box: 219-220.

Printed material on Chinese universities, in English and in Chinese

Box: 219-220.

Printed material on Chinese culture, in Chinese

Box: 221-222.

State Department files, 1950s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes biographical materials, and supervisors' review
Box: 221-222.

Materials related to application to Foreign Service, with detailed information on Lowe's activities to date, 1955

Box: 221-222.

Travel to Asia for USIA and UNESCO correspondence, itineraries, other administrative documents, and ephemera, 1960s

Box: 221-222.

Travel to Africa for work on UNESCO, 1970,

Scope and Content Note

Including holographic letters and postcards to his wife and daughter
Box: 221-222.

USIA Television Service assignment, Japanese television crew filming in the U.S., itineraries, correspondence, expense reports, and clippings, 1965

Box: 223-224.

Subject file materials, mainly clippings, 1977-1978 (bulk 1978)

Box: 225

Subject file materials, 1970s-1980s

Box: 226

Subject file materials, 1984-1985 (bulk 1985)

Box: 227

UNESCO reports, position papers, and memos, 1960s-1970s

Box: 227

UNESCO printed material, 1960s-1970s

Box: 228

UNESCO printed materials and clippings, in English and in Chinese, 1970s-1980s

Box: 228

"Taiwan Problem in International Relations," PhD student paper, 1950

Box: 229

Clippings, in English and in Chinese, 1976

Box: 229

Ephemera, in Chinese

Box: 230

Printed materials, State Department bulletins and UNESCO report and clippings, 1975-1976

Box: 231-232.

UNESCO, 1959-1970s

Box: 231-232.

Association of Asian Studies conference report, 1959

Box: 231-232.

4th Annual Sino-American Conference on Mainland China, presenters' papers, with notes, 1974 December 12-15

Box: 231-232.

History of the Institute of Pacific Relations from its founding in 1925 and the IPR's role in shaping U.S. public opinion on the Republic of China and the People's Republic of China, with discussion of Owen Lattimore, draft, undated, probably 1974, typescript and holographic

Box: 231-232.

Association for Asian Studies correspondence, 1959-1972

Box: 231-232.

Association for Asian Studies newsletters, 1959-1972

Box: 231-232.

Clippings, in English and in Chinese, 1975-1976

Box: 232

"Prospects for Chinese and East Asian Studies in American Institutions of Higher Learning," report, 1974

Box: 233-235

Subject files related to securities investing, 1950s-1970s (bulk 1970s)

Box: 235-236

Subject files, 1980s-1990s

Box: 237-239.

Department of State Education Officer files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 237-239.

UNESCO correspondence, reports, and printed material, 1960s-1970s

Box: 237

Taiwan subject files

Box: 239

Clippings

Box: 239

Creative writing files, 1936-1970s and undated,

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1936-1940, and research files related to creative writing projects, with holographic notes, 1936-1970s
Box: 240-243.

Subject files related to investing, 1960s-1970s

Box: 240

Clippings and ephemera related to Bay Area Chinese Americans, 1974,

Scope and Content Note

Including holographic notes from watching the original broadcasts of Philip P. Choy's documentary series Gam Saan Haak, 1974 May
Box: 243

UNESCO and Africa materials, 1960s-1970s

Box: 244

Soviet Union materials, 1960s-1970s

Box: 244-245

UNESCO files, mainly regarding Africa, 1960s-1970s,

Scope and Content Note

Including 1968 Nairobi conference, Kenya
Box: 246

UNESCO files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 246

Slavic languages PhD examination notes, 1952,

Scope and Content Note

In English and Russian
Box: 247-249

USSR subject files, 1930s-1970s

Box: 247

"Strategy of International Communism," notes from Lowe's attendance at Foreign Services Institute, 1959 July 13-24

Box: 247

Draft writings on the history of Moscow and the USSR, undated

Box: 247

PhD history coursework materials, 1949-1952

Box: 249

Subject files on Hong Kong, 1950s-1970s

Box: 250

Subject files, arranged by country or region, 1930s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes holographic and typescript materials and clippings related to Lowe's undergraduate studies in history,
Box: 251

Department of State Education Officer files related to UNESCO, mainly concerning Asia, Afghanistan and Australia, 1950s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of holographic and typescript documents, reports, and some printed material
Box: 251

"Hong Kong, the East-West Center and Stanford," 1969 July 28.

Scope and Content Note

Debriefing after four weeks of travel to gather information on local conditions and UNESCO activity in eight Asian countries. Includes list of personnel present at debriefing and distribution list
Box: 251

Asian Ministers of Education Conference files, Bangkok, 1965 November

Box: 252

UNESCO and Asia files and typescript writing drafts, 1960s-1970s

Box: 253-254.

UNESCO and Asia files, 1960s-1970s. Materials on Asia, Asian Studies Associations, Cairo, and Middle Eastern countries

Box: 255-258.

UNESCO and Africa files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 255-258.

Israel files

Box: 255-258.

Nairobi Conference materials, 1968

Box: 255-258.

Subject files on Chinese Communism, 1950s-1960s

Box: 258

Undergraduate coursework at Stanford, 1920s

Box: 259-275.

Subject files related to Communism, mainly in China ("Chicom") and the U.S.S.R., with some subject files on Taiwan, 1920s-1980s (bulk 1950-1970s)

Box: 259-275.

Department of State Education Officer files related to UNESCO, and USIA work

Box: 259-275.

Clippings

Box: 259-275.

Typescript papers from graduate studies, likely arranged to support a writing project

Box: 259

USIA report detailing specific recommendations on counterintelligence strategies typescript, undated

Box: 261

"Recent Chicom Policy on Latinization of the Chinese Written Language," USIA report, 1958 May 9,

Scope and Content Note

Regarding the standardization to pinyin Romanization for Chinese language transliteration
Box: 261

Harvard MBA degree materials

Box: 262

"Russia as an International Problem," Harvard Business School report, undated, probably 1930s

Box: 264

UNESCO files, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands, India, Iran, Pakistan, 1960s-1970s

Box: 266-268.

UNESCO files, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands, India, Iran, Pakistan, 1960s-1970s

Box: 269

PhD studies, 1950s

Box: 271-272.

"Overseas Chinese," including files on Chinatowns, 1970s-1980

Box: 272

Objectives and progress evaluation reports by Lowe, 1960s-1971

Box: 273-274

UNESCO files, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands, India, Iran, Pakistan, 1960s-1970s

Box: 275

Undergraduate degree at Stanford files

Box: 276-278.

UNESCO and State Department and USIA assignments files on "Overseas Chinese" and often including draft writings and arranged in subject files, 1920s-1970s.

Box: 276

Chinatowns and Chinese Americans writings and writing drafts, holographic and typescript

Box: 276

Correspondence, 1930s,

Scope and Content Note

Including regarding submitting writings for publication, and printed reports and clippings
Box: 276

Fundraising for China relief material, 1930s-1940s

Box: 276

Relief work in the U.S., 1930s

Box: 276

Philanthropic and social work activities

Box: 276

Reports and clippings on development of the Sinotype machine for the composition of Chinese from a keyboard, 1959

Scope and Content Note

See also box 193.
Box: 277-278.

U.S. Educational Foundation in Nanking, China assignment reports and files, 1948-1949

Box: 278

Typescript memos from Taipei, Taiwan, 1961

Box: 279

Japanese Americans subject files, 1920s-1960s

Box: 279

War Relocation of persons of Japanese ancestry reports and other government documents, 1940s

Box: 280

Subject files on Japan, 1930s-1970s

Box: 281

Department of State Education Officer files and correspondence, 1960s-1971

Box: 281

Clippings and other printed material related to USIA and current events, 1960s-1970s

Box: 282

UNESCO printed material, 1960s-1970s

Box: 282

World Affairs Council materials, 1949-1950s,

Scope and Content Note

Including roster of attendees of 1955 conference, San Francisco
Box: 283

University attendance files, including Stanford University, Harvard, and the University of California, Berkeley, 1920s-1970s

Box: 283

Clippings on education in the U.S.

Box: 284

UNESCO memos, 1960s-1970s

Box: 284-285.

Clippings, 1960s-1970s

Box: 284-285.

Subject file on coexistence of the U.S. and USSR

Box: 286-288.

Chinese Communism subject files, 1950s-1970s (bulk 1950s-1960s).

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript reports and holographic notes
Box: 286

Red Guard materials

Box: 287-288.

Stanford and Harvard coursework, 1920s-1930s

Box: 287-288.

UNESCO printed materials and reports, 1960s-1970s

Box: 289

UNESCO printed materials and reports, 1960s-1970s

Box: 290

Class notes and papers, 1920s-1950s

Box: 290

PhD coursework at University of California, Berkeley, notes and papers, 1940s-1950s

Box: 290

High school chemistry lab notes, Oakland, California, 1922

Box: 290

UNESCO publication, 1972

Box: 291

USIA and Department of State Education Officer files, 1950s-1970s

Box: 291

UNESCO subject files on international relations and on Latin America, 1960s-1970s

Box: 291

"Han Language Phoeneticization Plan: Revised Draft," American Consulate General Hong Kong report, 1958 January 2 (in Italy subject folder)

Box: 291

Professor Kerner speech to the Commonwealth Club of California on 1955 March 4 transcript and related printed materials

Box: 291

Current Soviet strategy typescript letter, 1955 March 12

Box: 292-293.

USSR subject files, 1930s-1970s

Box: 293

Research files and notes on Red Army and Soviet military, 1930s-1950s

Box: 293

UNESCO printed materials, 1960s

Box: 294-295.

UNESCO files and printed materials, 1950s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes unpublished reports, administrative files, itineraries for trips to Asia
Box: 294-295.

Subject files on the South Pacific, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean

Box: 294-295.

Subject files on the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), Southeast Asia Development Advisory Group (SEADAG), and Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Secretariat (SEAMES)

Box: 296

Clippings, 1972-1973

Box: 297

Family snapshot photos developed in Taipei, Taiwan, undated

Box: 297

Sound tape reel from American Committee for Liberation, 1657 Broadway, New York, NY, postmarked 1959 December 14, containing open reel with Radio Liberty NYPD label with holographic notation that reel contains "Hamlet - 3 soliloquies," time 18:13

Box: 297-300.

UNESCO files, 1930s-1970s (bulk 1960s-1970s).

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript memos, correspondence, and holographic materials by Lowe, concerning Latin America, South America, Africa, and the Middle East, and materials related to Lowe's research trip to Africa,
Box: 297-300.

San Francisco black and white snapshots mainly showing sites and views commonly photographed, with negatives, May 1950

Box: 297-300.

USIS CAO Staff Farewell Party photos, Taipei, 1965 February 25

Box: 297-300.

Dr. Kuo Chi and family and others at Shehman Dam (Shihman Dam), black and white photos, 1965 February

Box: 301

Clippings, 1969-1981 (bulk 1978-1981)

Box: 301

State Department bulletins concerning education, and regions or countries, 1969-1981 (bulk 1978-1981)

Box: 302

Proposed op-ed on U.S. recognition of the People's Republic of China and "de-recognizing" the Republic of China on Taiwan for the San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner, 1978 December 17,

Box: 302-303.

Subject files, 1977-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly related to Chinese Communism, and also including subject files on Asia, Chinatown, and the Central Intelligence Agency
Box: 304

Subject files related to investing, and international relations, including course notes and reports from Lowe's Harvard Business School studies, 1930s-1970s

Box: 304

Subject files, mainly clippings, on Asia, Cambodia, and the Arab world, 1978-1981

Box: 305-306.

Subject files related to investing, 1930s-1970s (bulk 1960s-1970s)

Box: 307

Subject files related to investing, 1960s-1970s;

Box: 307

UNESCO and USAID reports, 1970s

Box: 307

Fu Jen University journal, Taipei, Taiwan, 1973

Box: 308-309.

UNESCO reports, usually as photocopies, 1960s-1970s

Box: 308-309.

State Department bulletins, 1960s-1970s

Box: 308-309.

Department of State Office of Intelligence Research report "Chronology of Significant Events in the USSR for 1956," 1957

Box: 308-309.

"Quarterly Review of Communist Propaganda Activities (April - June 1956)," undated

Box: 308-309.

"Communist Use of Books, Pamphlets, and Periodicals for Propaganda Purposes," 1957

Box: 310

Chinese Christian Church of Greater Washington, D.C. files, 1969-1972, including material related to the Lowes' participation as members of the congregation, and church finances and missionary work, particularly regarding Asia

Box: 310

Chinese Christian Fellowship, Mountain View, California materials, 1973

Box: 310

Research file on Japan and Taiwan, including notes, 1960s-1970s and undated

Box: 310

Printed materials related to Taiwan and the Free China cause, 1960s-1970s

Box: 310

Clippings and periodicals, 1970s

Box: 311

Department of State Education Officer files, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Contains mainly reports and periodicals related to UNESCO work, with some material from official government committees and non-governmental organizations in Taiwan (Republic of China) and Tokyo
Box: 311

Clippings, 1976,

Scope and Content Note

Including a typescript copy of a letter to Anita and Patricia [Lowe], 1976 October 11, likely from Pardee Lowe
Box: 312

Reports and periodicals on UNESCO, 1960s-1971

Box: 312

Draft reports, with edits, on UNESCO Youth Activities, 1968 and 1971

Box: 312

"UNESCO Youth Activities Program, 1951-1971," draft report,

Scope and Content Note

1971 March 5
Box: 312

Social Science Research Conference of the Pacific Coast files, 1930s,

Scope and Content Note

including copy of "Proceedings and Minutes of the Third Annual Meeting of the Social Science Research Conference of the Pacific Coast," San Francisco, 1933 June 14, 15, 16, undated
Box: 312

Notes on the presentations, undated, probably 1933 June, with notes on panels that included anthropologists Paul Radin, Kroeber, and others

Box: 312

Copy of the provisional program for the 1935 meeting

Box: 312

Publications related to Tatung University, Taipei, 1960s

Box: 313-314

Subject files related to UNESCO work, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly consisting of clippings.
Box: 313-314

Communist China

Box: 313-314

USSR

Box: 313-314

CIA

Box: 313-314

Foreign relations

Box: 313-314

Missile defense

Box: 313-314

Africa

Box: 313-314

Current events

Box: 313-314

Programs for youth

Box: 313-314

U.S. college campuses issues, including the environmental crisis, and student protests of the late 1960s

Box: 313-314

Clippings relating to investing

Box: 313

Ephemera relating mainly to San Francisco Chinatown, 1930s-1970s

Box: 313

"San Francisco Chinese Directory - Including Oakland-East Bay Section," San Francisco: Jimmy Lum Advertising Service, 1950

Box: 313

Bank of Canton materials, 1930s,

Scope and Content Note

Including printed materials, typescript copies of letters from Bank of Canton Vice-President and Cashier G. B. Lau to Mr. Li, 1932 and 1935, with a detailed letter regarding the Bank of Canton's suspending payment pending reorganization, 1935 October 17
Box: 313

Printed material.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings on New York and Bay Area sites such as China Camp, Marin, and China Beach San Francisco
Box: 313

Holographic notes.

Box: 314

Department of State memos from and to Lowe, 1969

Box: 315

UNESCO work files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 315

State Department recruitment for a World Bank program, under agreement with UNESCO

Box: 315

Educational development in less-developed countries materials, including lists of potential candidates for recruitment, 1964 and undated

Box: 315

Subject files, educational development and recruitments, mainly consisting of clippings

Box: 315

Subject files related to U.S. Policy on China and Taiwan, 1970s and undated

Box: 315

"Old China Hand Name List," undated, annotated 1971 September 9, a list of home addresses or other contact info, likely by the State Department U.S. Information Service

Box: 315

Subject files, comprised mainly of clippings, undated, 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a Harvard Business School report on the nitrate industry
Box: 315

Subject files, natural resources and other investment topics, 1920s-1970s

Box: 315

Free China Weeklyissues, 1960s-1970s

Box: 316

Subject files on Taiwan, including Department of State and U.S. Information Service (USIS) documents, and notes

Box: 316

U.S. policy on Taiwan

Box: 316

President Nixon's 1972 visit

Box: 316

Universities in Taiwan, 1960s-1970s

Box: 316

Taipei International Women's Club materials, 1963-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript, holographic, and printed material related to Mrs. Anita Lowe's work with the TIWC Educational and Cultural Committee and the Nursing Scholarship Sub-Committee Meeting
Box: 317

Department of State Educational and Cultural Exchange Program files, 1940s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of files related to USIS work on the Educational and Cultural Exchange Program of the U.S. Department of State,
Box: 317

USEF work in Shanghai typescripts, expense reports, and correspondence, 1949

Box: 317

"Recollection of the First United States Fulbright Educational Exchange Program in Mainland China," typescript memo recounting the history of the program from 1947 through 1965, 1971 April 22

Box: 317

Reports on USEF China program, 1958-1964

Box: 317

Printed materials related to the USEF China program, including issues of SEEN, Sino-American Educational Exchange News, published monthly by the United States Educational Foundation in the Republic of China, 1962

Scope and Content Note

Also includes clippings on Youth, 1930s-1960s; and issues of Free China Weekly, 1970
Box: 318-319

Chinese and Chinese American history and sociology project files, 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of files related to Professor Richard T. LaPiere's sociological fiction manuscripts.
Box: 318-319

Chinese and Chinese American history and sociology project correspondence, 1930s,

Scope and Content Note

Related to Lowe serving as technical advisor on traditional Chinese and Chinese American culture and life in San Francisco Chinatown, and advising on manuscript from literary standpoint
Box: 318-319

Son of Han (New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1937), typescript manuscripts of Lapiere's novel

Box: 318-319

"Golden Mountain," manuscript, undated, probably 1930s

Box: 318

Son of Han publicity materials, including typescript, holographic, calligraphic, and printed materials

Box: 318

Son of Han store window display material

Box: 318

Printed materials

Box: 318

Oversize calligraphic banner

Box: 318

Printed broadside for a candidate for Miss Chinatown, 1939,

Scope and Content Note

In Chinese
Box: 318

Missionary's fundraising letter regarding conditions in wartime China, and particularly Chungking, 1939 November 1

Box: 318

Institute of Pacific Relations, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Study meeting materials, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1939
Box: 318

Clippings and other ephemera

Box: 318

San Francisco Chinatown wedding invitations and event flyers, 1974

Box: 318

UNESCO work printed materials and reports, 1960s-1970s

Box: 318

Free China Weeklyissues, 1971

Box: 319

Correspondence with Cass Canfield, president of Harper and Brothers, and members of Canfield's staff, in Lowe's role of technical advisor and assistant to Professor LaPiere, 1936-1937

Box: 320-322.

State Department files, 1940s-1970s

Box: 320

U.S. Educational Fund (USEF), in China file, 1947-1948,

Scope and Content Note

Including hiring letter from Leighton Stuart, Chairman, Board of Directors, United States Educational Foundation in China, 1948 January 9
Box: 321

UNESCO work files, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Department of State's Report of the Task Department of State Research Review Procedures for the Social and Behavioral Sciences and Other Educational Activities, including covering the issue of social science research carried out under the National Defense Education Act, 1967, undated
Box: 321

Military training application letters, 1940

Box: 321

Subject files, including ephemera related to Washington, DC, area, 1940s

Box: 321

Patricia Lowe schoolwork, Grade 6, 1971

Box: 322

Sino-American Trade writings with some clippings, 1940, 1939-1941

Box: 322

UNESCO work files, including memos from Lowe, 1960s-1970s

Box: 322

"What Does the U.S. Get Out of UNESCO?" report preparation materials, 1968

Box: 322

Clippings, 1972-1973 (bulk 1973)

Box: 323

UNESCO work reports and printed materials, 1970s

Box: 323

Clippings, 1972

Box: 323

Patricia Lowe, grade school work, 1972 November 20

Box: 324

Subject files related to Chinatown and Chinese Americans, including related to professional options open to Chinese Americans, and the cultural heritage and restaurant industries, 1920s-1980s

Box: 324

Clippings, ephemera, and some correspondence and notes, 1920s-1980s

Box: 324

Chinese food industry in U.S. and restaurant business in San Francisco Chinatown files

Box: 324

Letter from Lowe to George [likely George Chow], 1956 May 26, which relays a market analysis

Box: 324

Results of a tasting dinner with friends Dick Young, former aid of General Stilwell, and Ernest Eng, former aid of General Marshall, to assess preferences among types of Chinese food by people not of Chinese descent

Box: 324

Chinese restaurants in Washington, DC, and Taipei, Taiwan materials

Box: 324

San Francisco Chinatown restaurants, 1930s-1960s,

Scope and Content Note

Ephemera from Shanghai Low, Jade Palace, The Mandarin, Forbidden City, and Kan's; and 1960s menu from Ming's, Palo Alto, California
Box: 324

San Francisco Chinatown files.

Scope and Content Note

Includes ephemera, 1930s
Box: 324

Golden Gate International Exposition on San Francisco's Treasure Island marketing of San Francisco Chinatown, 1939

Box: 324

San Francisco Chinatown Illustrated tourist map by William Hoy's California Chinese Pioneer Historical Society, 1939

Box: 324

Clippings on urban redevelopment projects, 1960s

Box: 325-328.

Subject files on San Francisco Chinatown and Chinese American life, 1930s-1970s

Box: 325-328.

Lowe's public lecture files, 1936-1937, undated

Box: 325-328.

Collected materials related to the depression-era relief work of the Community Chest of San Francisco, 1930s

Box: 325-328.

Correspondence

Box: 325-328.

"Survey of Social Work Needs of the Chinese Population of San Francisco, Presented by the Committee to Study Social Welfare Needs of the Chinese Community, Mr. Barton T. Bean, Chairman, Miss Hilda Steinhart, Vice-Chairman," report by Community Chest of San Francisco Social Work Department, 1930 March 19

Box: 325

"Chinatown Social Welfare Agencies 1934," Lowe's hand-drafted organizational chart, depicting relations of governmental and non-governmental organizations, from F.E.R.A. [Federal Emergency Relief Agency] at top through San Francisco and San Francisco Chinatown agencies and organizations to named individuals

Box: 325

Printed material, 1920s-1930s

Box: 325

Survey Graphic, "East By West - Our Windows on the Pacific," 1926 May 1, Volume IX Number 2

Box: 325

Chinese Digest, 1935-1937

Box: 326

Ruth Asawa's San Francisco Fountain, undated, probably 1973

Box: 326

The Chinese Christian Student, 1933

Box: 325-328.

Correspondence, Albert Lee and others, 1945-1953.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly letters to Lee in Boston or Tokyo, and from Lowe in Shanghai or San Francisco, 1945-1953, with some additional Shanghai correspondents also represented. Includes photos
Box: 325-328.

San Francisco Chinese Counsel General files, 1933-1939.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, briefings, reports, speech drafts, and printed ephemera related to assisting Chinese Consul General Chihtsing Feng with diplomatic activities
Box: 325-328.

Burma-China Road promotion

Box: 325-328.

U.S. visit of Paul Yu-Pin, 1939

Box: 325-328.

Vicar Apostolic of Nanking and special envoy of the Chinese National Government Relief Commission

Box: 325-328.

Rice Bowl fundraising for relief of victims of war in China

Box: 326

Golden Gate International Exposition (GGIE) publicity related to the international relations goals, 1939

Box: 326

Speeches written for the Chinese Consul for events broadly related to 1939 GGIE

Box: 326

Radio broadcast on 10-10 Celebration, 1939 October 10

Box: 326

Chinese Consul files include file on wartime propaganda, featuring Dr. Margaret Chung, 1939

Box: 326

China Society of the Pacific Coast files, 1930s, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Includes meeting notes, correspondence, and drafts of governing documents exploring the formation of institute or organization for promoting mutual understanding and goodwill between China and the United States, and developing and promoting knowledge of the history of San Francisco Chinatown, to be called the China Society of the Pacific Coast, 1934, undated
Box: 326

"World Friendship and Manchuria," speech, 1933 March 26

Box: 326

Draft writings, 1920s-1970s, undated, probably 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes holographic notes and typescript draft
Box: 326

"Death A Commonplace in Chinatown," undated, probably later 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes research file
Box: 326

State Department files, 1962-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some ephemera related to Lowe's role as cultural attaché in Taipei, Taiwan
Box: 327-328.

Subject files

Box: 327-328.

Interracial relations, 1930s

Box: 327-328.

Social pathologies and juvenile delinquency, 1935

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence and detailed reports from California State institutions, including mental
Box: 327-328.

World War II China Theater service files, 1940s

Box: 327-328.

Memos, receipts, and other materials from Chungking, Shanghai, Shoochow, and Shanghai, and India

Box: 327-328.

Wartime newspapers in Chinese, 1944-1945, undated

Box: 327-328.

New Dehli, India, map, holographic copy, marked 1944 September 17

Box: 328

Institute of Pacific Relations files, 1937-1940, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript minutes, secretariat reports, writings, and correspondence, and typescript reports
Box: 328

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowship project proposal files, 1930s,

Scope and Content Note

Includes a letter of application, with detailed biographical material, and a project proposal, 1935 December 15
Box: 328

Clippings, 1930s-1970s

Box: 328

Whites-only cemeteries still extant in the United States, as affecting nonwhite soldiers killed in action, 1951

Box: 328

Father and Glorious Descendent clippings and correspondence, 1943 and 1968

Box: 329

Research and writing files, 1930s-1980s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings, 1930s-1970s (bulk 1938-1950s)
Box: 329

"The Japan that Can Say No," English translation of Morita, Akio and Shintaro Ishihara's 1989 essay, undated

Box: 329

GGIE Pacific House planning files, 1935-1939, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence and biographical information
Box: 329

Chinatown Study Model for Saturday Evening Post story writing file, 1945, undated, probably 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes holographic and typescript notes, writing draft, and writings by others. Also includes Jin Shan Shi Bao printed flyers promoting 39th anniversary Miss Chinatown contestants, in Chinese, undated, probably 1930s
Box: 329

Draft writings, 1936, undated, probably 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings and correspondence with magazine editors, 1934-1939
Box: 329

Institute of Pacific Relations, 1939 study meeting files, 1935, 1939-1940.

Scope and Content Note

Includes planning documents, printed material, and Chinese-language documents from China Institute of Pacific Relations, Hong Kong. Also includes Lasker, Bruno, "Changing Standards of Living in South China as Affected by Overseas Migration," Institute of Pacific Relations, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1935 April 16-24
Box: 329

Latin America clippings file, 1989-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Includes State Department bulletins
Box: 329

South Korea clippings file, 1989-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Includes State Department bulletins
Box: 329

New York Chinatown, 1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes movie flyers
Box: 330

Subject files, 1980s-1990 (bulk 1988-1990).

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of clippings and other printed material such as State Department bulletins
Box: 330

Fulbright program

Box: 330

Hong Kong

Box: 330

Intelligence

Box: 330

Japan

Box: 331

Communist China

Box: 331

Education

Box: 331

Europe

Box: 331

West Germany

Box: 331

Red China surveys, 1981-1988.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a private report on a visit to China by expatriate C. H. Lowe, 1985, and unidentified notes related to trips to China in 1981-1984, undated
Box: 332

Writing files, 1930s-1980s.

Box: 332

Writings related to "The Sian Incident" of 1936 December, Xi'an, China

Box: 332

"The 'Sian Incident' Formed Today's Oriental Policies" This World 1938 January 30

Box: 332

"Chiang's Kidnappers - Were They Traitors or Patriots?" This World, 1938 February 6

Box: 332

"The Sian Affair: China's Indirect Declaration of War against Japan," typescript, undated, probably 1937

Box: 332

Proposal by Lowe for an American Commission for Relief in China modeled after the American Relief Administration European Children's Fund, undated

Box: 332

Father and Glorious Descendant files, 1942-1943, 1965, 1968

Box: 332

Reports of expenses and remittances, 1942-1943

Box: 332

Reviews

Box: 332

Letter of congratulations from Fulbright grantee Thomas Lawton, 1965 February 12

Box: 332

Harper's correspondence regarding potential sequel, 1968

Box: 332

Richard LaPiere novels business documents, 1940s

Box: 332

Receipt for shipment, on behalf of Wah Chang Trading Corp., of portable typewriter to I. M. Pei, 1941 June 19

Box: 332

"Chinatown Goes Forth to War," 1938-1941.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with potential publishers, clippings, and receipts for donations to China War Relief Association of America
Box: 332

Clippings and research materials, 1930s-1980s.

Box: 332

Course notes and clippings related to unemployment in U.S., 1930s

Box: 332

Clippings, 1941-1942

Box: 332

Writings by others, 1956, 1981 and undated

Box: 332

Clippings on San Francisco Chinatown, Chinese immigration, and Communist China, 1989

Box: 333

Subject files, Universities, revolts, 1950-1971 (bulk 1960s).

Scope and Content Note

Includes Columbia University and the University of California
Box: 333

Harvard Alumni Club files, 1947-1970s

Box: 333

Harvard Alumni Club of Shanghai printed material, 1948

Box: 333

Alumni Directory, Harvard Club of the Republic of China, Taipei, Taiwan, 1961

Box: 333

UC Berkeley Institute of Slavic Studies PhD files, 1950s-1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes PhD studies selection, grade reports, and correspondence regarding projected completion date, and letter regarding the recruitment potential of selected classmates for service with USIA or CIA
Box: 333

Department of State Education Officer files, 1969-1971.

Scope and Content Note

Includes documents related to Lowe's 1969 survey trip related to his work with UNESCO, with some documents related to travel in 1971
Box: 334

China subject file, undated, probably 1960s

Box: 334

Documents related to giving banquets in San Francisco, 1934 and 1937

Box: 334

Psychological warfare subject file, undated, probably 1950s

Box: 334

"Communist Penetration of the IPR," typescript with holographic edits.

Scope and Content Note

Includes timeline of the IPR, 1925-1949
Box: 334

K. C. Li newsletters, 1941-1942.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of typescript copies of newsletters by Li in the form of letters from Li in the U.S. to Madame Chiang Kai-shek. See also box 486
Box: 334

Father and Glorious Descendant files, 1941-1946.

Scope and Content Note

Includes motion picture companies and magazine correspondence and publicity notes, 1942-1944
Box: 334

Correspondence, Frau Rat. M. Rode, Wittenberg, Germany, 1931-1937.

Scope and Content Note

Includes appointment book pages, 24 June-1 September, 1931
Box: 334

American Bureau for Medical Aid to China documents, bulletins and clippings, 1940-1941

Box: 334

Institute of Pacific Relations Yosemite Conference planning documents, 1936

Box: 334

Stanford University class notes, 1927-1930

Box: 334

Sociology subject file, 1920s-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Lowe's Stanford Economics 2 "Elements of Sociology" class notes, and clippings, 1930s-1964
Box: 335

Correspondence, 1942-1945 (bulk 1944-1945).

Scope and Content Note

Mainly relates to Lowe's assignment at the U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps in China
Box: 335

Stanford Alumni in China documents, 1947-1948.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly newsletters and correspondence regarding Alumni events
Box: 335

LaPiere work files, 1940-1941, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly correspondence, edits to manuscript, and documents related to publicity work for LaPiere's When the Living Strive, 1940-1941 and undated
Box: 335

"China's Marco Polo," draft, typescript with edits, probably 1940

Box: 335

Father and Glorious Descendant correspondence, 1941-1944.

Scope and Content Note

Related to securing permissions to include in the novel material previously published and to publicity work
Box: 335

USIS work clippings, 1960s-1970s

Box: 335

University of California, Berkeley, "Slavic Syllabus," 1952 March

Box: 336

Subject files, UNESCO work, 1973-1974

Box: 336

Clippings, with some printed material

Box: 336

Population subject file.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Population Literature 1935 October 20, a bibliographic quarterly by the Population Association of America
Box: 337

Chinese American and Chinatown organizations subject file, 1974-1975.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of clippings, with some correspondence, printed material including Chinese-language flyers for movies in San Francisco Chinatown
Box: 337

Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, agenda, notes, and writings by others, 1974 April 2

Box: 337

Subject files, UNESCO work, 1973-1974.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of clippings and printed material as well as a portion of an 8-year development plan for educational work in Kenya
Box: 338

Department of State Education Officer files, 1966-1973

Box: 338

Correspondence, reports, and holographic notes related to UNESCO work, especially vocational education in the U.S., 1966-1973

Box: 338

Bureau of International Organizations Affairs, 1971 January

Box: 338

UNESCO work printed materials

Box: 338

Subject file materials, mainly clippings, 1970s

Box: 339

Subject files on health topics, 1950s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings and documents related to Lowe's medical records
Box: 340

"The Agency in Brief," USIA administrative document, 1962 January.

Scope and Content Note

Relates to the history, operations, personnel, and legislative authority for USIA
Box: 340

Subject files, 1988-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly consists of clippings
Box: 340

USSR

Box: 340

U.S.A.

Box: 340

USAID

Box: 340

Taiwan

Box: 340

United Nations

Box: 340

UNESCO

Box: 340

Nisei

Box: 340

Religion

Box: 340

Singapore

Box: 340

South Africa

Box: 341

Vocational and technical education files, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some correspondence, processed reports, and printed material
Box: 341

USSR subject files, 1989-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of clippings and printed material
Box: 342

Rotary Club of Taipei files, 1959-1960s

Box: 342

Public Health subject file, 1960s-1985.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of clippings and printed material
Box: 342

United Nations memos, 1960s

Box: 342

Clippings, 1985

Box: 343

Taiwan Subject files, 1959-1970.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of clippings, printed ephemera, and notes, particularly related to visiting churches in Taiwan
Box: 343

Motion pictures, consists of large format flyers relating to Taiwanese movies being shown at theaters in San Francisco, New York, and Boston

Box: 343

Music.

Scope and Content Note

Contains printed material and clippings related to the Chinese National Foo-Hsing Opera Academy, Republic of China
Box: 343

Military

Box: 343

Language

Box: 343

Leaders

Box: 343

Refugees

Box: 343

Religion

Box: 343

Churches

Box: 343

Resources

Box: 343

Return to Mainland

Box: 343

"Military Assistance Advisory Group Republic of China, APO 63, San Francisco, California," printed directory of MAAG staff in form of organizational chart, 1963 April 1

Box: 344

State Department and Free China files, 1950s-1970s (bulk 1950s-1960s)

Box: 344

Free Asia Committee subject file, 1951-1953 and undated,

Scope and Content Note

Consisting of memoranda, prospectus, press release, and clippings
Box: 344

Chinese opera subject file.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of printed ephemera related to U.S. performances of Foo Hsing Theater performances in the U.S., 1961-1962, and for Fulbright scholars in Taipei, Taiwan, 1961 June 10
Box: 344

U.S. Officers' Open Mess, Taipei, Taiwan, 1963-1964

Box: 344

U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, Japan, 1964

Box: 344

Taiwan subject files, 1950s-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes, typescript writing drafts, copies of outgoing letters, reports and memos, by USIA, USIS, and others, printed material, and clippings
Box: 344

Population

Box: 344

Propaganda

Box: 344

Philosophy

Box: 344

Police

Box: 344

Pollution

Box: 344

Labor

Box: 344

Overseas Chinese (Taiwan)

Box: 344

Offshore Islands, including the multinationally-contested islands Matsu, Quemoy, and Senkakus (also known as Tiao Yu Tai or Diao Yu Tai)

Box: 344

Action Committee for Tiao Yu Tai, Washington, DC, mailings

Box: 344

"Non-USIA Informational Facilities Available in Taiwan," typescript, 1958 July 7

Box: 344

National Geographic Society correspondence, 1956 December 11, in response to a request for Lowe to review the manuscript on Taiwan for a forthcoming issue of National Geographic magazine

Box: 345-346.

Subject files, 1940-1973 (bulk 1950s-1960s)

Box: 345

Publications, Taiwan

Box: 345

China publicity and propaganda file, 1940-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some typescript correspondence with the San Francisco Committee to Aid China, 1940, and USIS and USIA typescript reports
Box: 345

Korea file, 1950s-1972,

Scope and Content Note

which includes United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) memos, 1960s
Box: 346

U.S. Army (Rear) Office of Psychological Warfare Officer, reports, 1957

Box: 347-348.

Japan subject files, 1940-1975

Box: 347-348.

NHK TV, Japan's educational television station, printed material

Box: 347-348.

Korea subject file, 1953-1970 (bulk 1953-1954)

Box: 347

Clippings

Box: 348

Course notes and other materials related to Lowe's Stanford University undergraduate studies, with some additional clippings, 1927-1932

Box: 348

Rotary Club in the U.S. and Taipei correspondence and other printed material related to membership, 1949-1960

Box: 349

Taiwan subject files, 1959-1980s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes holographic notes, correspondence, and other documents
Box: 349

USIS work materials

Box: 349

Military Assistance and Advisory Group, Taiwan (MAAG-Taiwan) and the Asia Foundation memos and clippings

Box: 349

Stanford undergraduate coursework files, 1929-1930

Box: 350-351.

Taiwan subject files, 1958-1970.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, holographic notes
Box: 350

U.S. Embassy and USIS directories and phone lists, 1964-1965

Box: 350

UNESCO and USAID work files related to mainland China

Box: 351

Rotary Club of Taipei, Taiwan, participation, 1961-1965

Box: 351

Vietnam subject file, 1969-1971

Box: 352-353.

Social Science Research Conference of the Pacific Coast files, 1933, undated.

Scope and Content Note

See also box 360
Box: 352

Vietnam subject files

Box: 353

Veteran status and educational assistance under the State of California Department of Veterans Affairs Division of Educational Assistance, 1949-1954

Box: 353

Subject files

Box: 353

Population, including population and education, 1960s-1970s

Box: 353

Religion, 1920s-1970s

Box: 354

Religion, 1940-1970s (bulk 1950s-1970s)

Box: 354

Vietnam, 1973-1974

Box: 354

State Department bulletins and clippings, 1970s

Box: 354

Clippings on investing, 1960s-1970s

Box: 355

PhD research files and correspondence, 1953-1957, undated

Box: 355

UNESCO work documents related to the Philippines and Singapore, 1960s-1970s

Box: 355

Philippines subject files, 1930s-1970s

Box: 355

Clippings files on the U.S., 1978-1980

Box: 355

Clippings files Sikkim, 1962

Box: 356-357.

USSR subject files, 1930s-1980s, undated.

Box: 356-357.

Correspondence including related to Lowe's review for the Research Program on the USSR of Professor Butov's manuscript on the Chinese Eastern Railroad

Box: 356-357.

Draft writings and typescript notes

Box: 356-357.

PhD student papers by Lowe

Box: 356-357.

USIS and UNESCO work documents

Box: 356-357.

Clippings

Box: 356-357.

Subject files related to tracking investments, 1950s-1980s

Box: 358

USSR subject files, 1950s-1972

Box: 358

Clippings related to President Lyndon Baines Johnson, 1971-1972

Box: 358

Subject files on creative and biographical writing, containing mostly clippings

Box: 358

Subject files on authors Pearl S. Buck and Lin Yu-tang, 1940s-1970s

Box: 358

Clippings related to U.S. military conscription, 1940

Box: 358

Biographical and other related documents in support of an application for military dependent benefits

Box: 358

San Francisco newspapers issues, 1937 and 1940,

Scope and Content Note

Related to San Francisco annual budget, housing and relief needs survey, and San Francisco's Diamond Jubilee
Box: 359-360.

Creative, biographical, and sociological writing subject files, 1928-1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript draft writings, some with holographic edits, 1928-1930s and undated
Box: 359-360.

Notes and outlines for a writing project based on Lowe's family genealogy and history, undated, likely 1950s

Box: 359-360.

Family genealogy documents, in Chinese, undated

Box: 359-360.

Clippings related to "interracial" marriages, including marriage between Jews and gentiles, 1930s

Box: 359-360.

Institute of Pacific Relations study files

Box: 359

"Chinatown Changes: A Descriptive Study of the Changing Living Conditions of San Francisco's Chinese Community," 1937 April 30, partial typescript draft of monograph sponsored by the Institute of Pacific Relations

Box: 359

Correspondence and reports, 1936

Box: 359

Project methodology

Box: 359

"Categorical Outline of a Sociological Study of San Francisco's Chinatown," typescript, 1936

Box: 360

Proposed critique of study scope and methodology by B. L., IPR, 1936 April 30

Box: 360

"A Report of the Chinese Department of the State Emergency Relief Administration of San Francisco," typescript, 1934 September

Box: 360

1943 book files

Box: 360

Congratulatory letters, 1943

Box: 360

Reprinting correspondence with Little, Brown, and Company, and Stanford University Press, 1951-1952

Box: 360

Subject files consisting mainly of clippings and some correspondence

Box: 360

Sino-Japanese War

Box: 360

U.S. boycott of Japan, American Committee for Non-participation in Japanese Aggression

Box: 360

American Bureau for Medical Aid to China, 1939-1941,

Scope and Content Note

and clippings on U.S. Army, 1940s. See also box 359
Box: 360

Churches and other religious organizations include typescript, holographic, and ephemeral printed documents

Box: 360

Writings related to religious organizations

Box: 360

Writings on the YMCA, especially the YMCA of Oakland, California, and its Young Men's Division (YMD), 1920s-1930s and undated

Box: 360

International House (of Berkeley, CA, New York, NY, and Chicago, IL) file, 1930s

Box: 360

International House Alumni group activities in Shanghai, China, 1947-1948

Box: 360

Social Science Research Conference of the Pacific Coast correspondence, notes, and reports, 1930-1934

Box: 360

Dr. Hu Shih's speaking at the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco, 1937 September 29

Box: 360

"Hu Shih - China's Philosopher-Statesman," biography by Lowe, undated

Box: 360

Harvard MBA files, 1931, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence and other documents related to Lowe's study of the Hamburg-American [Steamship] Line as part of a Harvard MBA project on U.S. corporations engaged in business in Germany under German laws
Box: 361-364.

Subject files on African Americans, 1920s-1970s,

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings, some reports, and other printed material related to the conditions of African Americans
Box: 361-364.

Sociological studies and data

Box: 361-364.

Desegregation and integration

Box: 361-364.

Development of Black studies and African American studies

Box: 361-364.

Race riots in the U.S.

Box: 361-364.

World Court and the League of Nations subject files, 1920s-1970s

Box: 361-364.

League of Nations Pavilion at the New York World's Fair printed material, 1939

Box: 361-364.

Guggenheim Foundation application files, 1941-1942

Box: 361

University of California Alumni Club of Shanghai participation, 1947

Box: 361

Draft writings, notes, correspondence, class notes, and clippings related to religion and science, 1911-1930s

Box: 361

International House of the University of California, Berkeley planning correspondence, 1930s

Box: 363

Ford Foundation Board on Overseas Training and Research application files for PhD research, 1954

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript biographical material, correspondence, and plan of research
Box: 363

Clippings and printed material related to foundations, 1940s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes the Asia Foundation
Box: 364

USEFC memos regarding U.S. government policy and administration of the U.S. Educational Foundation in China and Fullbright program, 1948 and undated

Box: 364

World Bank subject files, especially relating to Africa, 1960s-1973

Box: 365

Subject files, 1973-1975

Box: 365

Subject file consisting of clippings related to Ravenswood High, East Palo Alto, California, 1973-1975,

Scope and Content Note

Particularly concerning issues related to desegregation and response to plans to close the school
Box: 365

Patricia Lowe schoolwork, 1974-1975

Box: 366

Draft writings and notes related to the history of the IPR, Owen Lattimore, and Frederick V. Field, including bibliographic notes, undated, typescript and holographic

Box: 366

Subject file material, 1973 and 1977 (bulk 1977)

Box: 366

Ephemera related to San Francisco Chinatown

Box: 367

U.S. Education Foundation in China files, with additional materials related to the U.S. Department of State Educational Exchange Activities, 1948-1960s

Box: 367

Subject file material related to Taiwan and to Japan, 1960s-1970s

Box: 367

Department of State documents related to India, 1960s

Box: 368

Clippings, 1977

Box: 369

Clippings, 1970s-1981

Box: 370

Institute of Pacific Relations files, 1933, undated

Box: 370

"General Instructions for the Cooperators of K. A. Wittfogel in the Field of Chinese Economic and Social History," Karl A. Wittfogel typescript, undated

Box: 370

Subject files on sex, 1930s-1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes sex hygiene literature, including booklets by the War Work Council of the YMCA, 1918-1919, sexual morality educational fiction, 1930, and clippings
Box: 370

Chinatown subject files, 1930s-1970s

Box: 370

Writing by Lowe, 1979 September 2, typescript, contrasting the ceremony and reception for an interracial marriage that day with his own in 1931

Box: 370

"Chinatown and the California Cable Car Company," Edgar Kahn typescript, undated, and working files and correspondence, 1937

Box: 370

Subject files.

Scope and Content Note

Includes draft writings, notes, correspondence, and clippings
Box: 370

Chinatown of World War I

Box: 370

World War II

Box: 370

Korean War

Box: 370

Sino-Japanese war clippings, 1930s

Box: 370

San Francisco and Oakland Chinese Telephone Directory, Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1938 March

Box: 370

San Francisco Chinese Directory including Oakland-East Bay Section, Jimmy Lum Advertising Service, San Francisco, Ming Sing Printing Company, 1949

Box: 370

Golden Star Company catalog of new records, San Francisco, Ming Sing Printing Company, undated, in Chinese

Box: 371

Subject files on religion, 1919-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes draft writings, clippings, and printed material in English and Chinese
Box: 371

Religion in Chinatown, San Francisco, Oakland, and other Chinatowns

Box: 371

Religion among Chinese Americans

Box: 371

Religion in China

Box: 371

Christian and evangelical missionary work, 1930s-1970s

Box: 371

Missionary periodicals

Box: 371

The Christian Chinese Student issues, 1920s-1932

Box: 371

Subject file on sex, 1919-1971.

Scope and Content Note

Includes holographic notes, publications, and an issue of Eugenics News, 1930
Box: 372

Subject files related to Chinese Americans and Chinatown, 1930s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some correspondence
Box: 372

San Francisco Chinatown,

Box: 372

New York Chinatown

Box: 372

Washington DC, Chinese American communities

Box: 372

Chinese playground, San Francisco, notes and draft writings

Box: 372

Political clippings, in English and in Chinese

Box: 372

Professions

Box: 372

San Francisco Chinatown nightclubs and burlesque shows

Box: 372

The Asian Student, issues, 1950s

Box: 372

Chinese News issues (San Francisco: publishers Jake W. Lee and Charles Leong), 1950s

Box: 372

Prejudice and discrimination in the U.S. Clippings, 1944-1960s

Box: 372

Higher education clippings, 1972-1973

Box: 372

Segregation of people of Chinese descent ephemera, including by the YMCA and YWCA

Box: 373

Department of State Education Officer files and USIS files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 373

1972 study trip files, 1972, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Destinations included Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Taipei
Box: 373

East-West Center subject file, 1960s-1970s.

Box: 373

Department of State Education Officer files and USIS files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 373

The Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange between East and West, University of Hawaii, Honolulu documents

Box: 373

Correspondence, including letter in which Lowe outlines the origins of the East West Center from the 1930s onward, 1973 February 9

Box: 373

Lowe's curriculum vitae, 1973 February 9

Box: 373

FBI and CIA clippings file, 1950s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes note regarding an FBI interview, 1953 May 17, and letters from James N. Wong to Low, 1950
Box: 373

Harvard Business School notes and documents related to foreign trade, 1929-1932

Box: 373

Clippings, 1972-1973

Box: 374

Department of State Education Officer files, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly related to UNESCO and AID, including printed material, administrative documents, holographic notes, and correspondence regarding recruitment, 1963-1972
Box: 374

National Security Industrial Association, Project Aristotle (Annual Review and Information Symposium on the Technology of Training, Learning and Education) materials, 1968, undated

Box: 375

Department of State Education Officer files, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of UNESCO documents and reports related to personnel and candidates, 1960s-1970s.
Box: 375

Nairobi Conference documents, 1968, undated

Box: 375

"U.S. Delegation Guidance Book, Conference on Education and Scientific and Technical Training in Relation to Development in Africa, Nairobi, July 16-27, 1968," U.S. Department of State, undated

Box: 375

East West Center survey files, correspondence and itineraries, 1969-1971

Box: 375

Peace Corps clippings and printed documents, 1960s-1970s

Box: 376

Department of State Education Officer files, 1960s-1970s.

Box: 376

Personnel evaluations, 1960s-1970s

Box: 376

CU/MPP manual of standard operating procedures, 1969

Box: 376

UNDP and UNICEF documents, 1960s-1970s

Box: 376

Peace Corps clippings and printed documents, 1960s-1970s.

Box: 377

Vietnam subject files, 1966-1975.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of clippings and printed material
Box: 377

United Nations clippings, 1960s-1973

Box: 378

United Nations subject files, 1960s-1970s

Box: 378

International politics subject files, 1928-1960s

Box: 378

Disarmament subject files, 1928-1960s

Box: 378

Stanford University coursework notes, 1928-1930

Box: 378

Clippings, 1960s-1970s

Box: 379

Clippings, 1930s-1990s

Box: 380

Clippings related to Taiwan, Japan, and Hong Kong, 1988

Box: 381

Writing files, 1929s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes draft writings, 1930s, undated, and correspondence with potential book publishers. Also includes clippings
Box: 381

Semi-autobiographical, historical, and, sociological novel proposal letter including detailed biographical information, 1935 May 8

Box: 381

"Chinatown in Transition," typescript, 1937-1938

Box: 381

Letters to the editor, 1940

Box: 381

"Political writings" for the San Francisco Chronicle, 1930s

Box: 381

"Permanent Projects" list, holographic, undated, probably 1970s

Box: 381

Writings by others, including related to the Burma-China Highway, 1939

Box: 382-385.

Chinatowns and Chinese Americans research files, 1920s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes draft writings, notes, correspondence, ephemera, and newspaper clippings, in English and in Chinese
Box: 382-385.

Chinese Americans

Box: 382-385.

Chinatowns, especially of New York, San Francisco, and Oakland

Box: 382-385.

Golden Gate International Exposition, 1939

Box: 382-385.

Organizations for youth, including under segregation

Box: 382-385.

YMCA

Box: 382-385.

Chinese playground (San Francisco)

Box: 382-385.

Family associations

Box: 382-385.

District associations

Box: 382-385.

Tongs

Box: 382-385.

Peace Society (San Francisco)

Box: 382-385.

Native Sons of the Golden State, later known as Chinese American Citizens Alliance (CACA)

Box: 382-385.

China-Burma-India Veterans Association of San Francisco

Box: 382

Clippings flies related to writing

Box: 384

Reverend Ng Poon Chew's address to Masons Lakeside Lodge No. 551, outlining the history of Chinese and Chinese Americans' association with Masons and encouraging the opening of Masonic membership to Chinese Americans

Box: 384

State Department subject files, 1960s-1970s,

Scope and Content Note

consisting of clippings and administrative documents
Box: 385

Peace Corps clippings, 1961-1963

Box: 386

UNESCO work documents, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some correspondence and draft writings
Box: 386

Clippings, 1972-1973

Box: 387

Department of State Education Officer files, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of printed materials related to UNESCO
Box: 387

"Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Social Science Research Conference of the Pacific Coast," San Francisco, 1934 June 13-15

Box: 387

International House Peace Meeting notes, 1936 April 21

Box: 387

Clippings, 1972-1973

Box: 388

Department of State Education Officer files related to UNESCO, 1960s-1970s

Box: 388

Association for Asian Studies conference notes, 1973 March

Box: 388

Secondary education clippings, 1920s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings related to a solo exhibition by then-ten-year-old Wah Ming Chang, 1928 July. Also includes Mrs. Pardee Lowe, students' recital program, Chinese YWCA, San Francisco, 1935 April
Box: 388

Clippings, 1930s and 1970s

Box: 389-391.

Chinatown and Chinese Americans research files, 1920s-1970s.

Box: 389-391.

Writing drafts and correspondence related to Lowe's San Francisco Chinatown study for LaPiere and for the IPR, 1930s

Box: 389-391.

"A Project for the Completion of 'A Sociological Study of San Francisco's Chinatown' (As Part of the Research Program of the American Council, I.P.R.)," 1936 April 23

Box: 389-391.

IPR project sponsors correspondence, 1936

Box: 389-391.

"'Cost of Living' Survey of Chinese Wage Earners in San Francisco - Study made by Juvenile Court with Cooperation of Heller Committee for Research in Social Economics From January 1, 1933 to December 31, 1933," data forms

Box: 389

Chinatowns and Chinese Americans research files, 1920s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes draft writings, notes, correspondence, ephemeral printed materials, and newspaper clippings, in English and in Chinese
Box: 389

Stanford University coursework notes

Box: 389

Clippings relate to discrimination against Chinese Americans, Japanese Americans, and African Americans, 1920s-1970s

Box: 389

"Chinatown Sees Red," writing draft, undated, probably 1930s

Box: 389

"Chinatown First National Bank" typescript notes related to planning for a bank in San Francisco, 1955 August

Box: 389

Notes and clippings related to economics and business

Box: 389

"Statement of Present JACL Objectives," Japanese American Citizens League, Washington, DC, undated, with notes

Box: 389

Printed materials

Box: 389

Chinese Directory of San Francisco and East Baythe Chinese Commercial Bureau in Cooperation with the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of San Francisco, 1949

Box: 389

Membership Index: Chinese Chamber of Commerce San Francisco, printed by Zhong Xi Ri Bao (Chung Sai Yat Po, Chinese-West Daily), 1930

Box: 389

Chinese Telephone Directory, San Francisco Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1933 March

Box: 389

Clippings and subject file material, 1970s

Box: 391

"Outline of Possible Subjects for Rotogravure Treatment in San Francisco's Chinatown," typescript, likely prepared for consideration of the San Francisco Chronicle, 1938 July 17

Box: 391

IPR project sponsors correspondence, 1936

Box: 392

Clippings, 1987

Box: 393-396.

Free China cause printed materials, 1960s-1980s

Box: 393-396.

Clippings and public bulletins of the State Department and the Institute of Current World Affairs, 1987

Box: 393-396.

1943 book galleys

Box: 395

Unopened mail

Box: 395

"Tanzania Fact Wallet," Tanzania Information Services, Dar Es Salaam, undated

Box: 396

Printed material, 1960s-1970

Box: 397-407.

Golden Gate International Exhibition (GGIE) Pacific House planning files, 1938

Box: 397-401.

Typescript notes of directions from Philip N. Youtz and concepts behind and details of interpretative work to be executed by painter Miguel Covarrubias

Box: 397

Soviet Union reports on relations between the U.S. and U.S.S.R., 1950s

Box: 397-401.

USIS work printed material, 1950s-1980s (bulk 1960s-1970s)

Box: 397-401.

Free China cause printed material, 1950s-1980s (bulk 1960s-1970s)

Box: 397-401.

International Cooperation Administration publications

Box: 401

Mutual Security Mission to China, Taipei, Taiwan

Box: 402

United States Educational Foundation in China documents, 1947-1964

Box: 405

U.S. Military Assistance Advisory Group to the Republic of China (MAAG), Taipei, Taiwan, telephone directory, classifieds, and guide, 1965 September

Box: 405

State Department memos of wide circulation, 1960s-1970s

Box: 405

UNESCO and the UN clippings, 1970s-1980s

Box: 406

Reports related to USAID, 1960s-1970s

Box: 408

Chinatown study files, 1930s

Box: 408

Typescript index cards notes from library research, likely in support of GGIE, undated

Box: 408

Index cards with detailed information about residents of San Francisco Chinatown, arranged by street, 1932 and 1934 (bulk 1934).

Scope and Content Note

Often includes information about subject's relatives and profession or pay
Box: 409

CIA, illustrated atlas of China, 1971

Box: 409

Oversize rolled documents

Box: 410-433

Printed materials related to Lowe's UNESCO work, 1957-1990s (bulk 1960s-1970s)

Box: 411

Emergency Management of the National Economy, Correspondence Study Branch of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, 1950

Box: 414

Africa Report, 1963-1972

Box: 427

"Theater in Mexico" special issue, Theatre Arts Monthly, Miguel Covarrubias, special editor, 1938 August

Box: 428

Index of Research Projects Volume 1, Works Progress Administration (WPA), 1938

Box: 433

The Word in the World '67: Divine Word Missionaries Report on Their Part in Bringing the Word of God to the Whole World, Divine Word Missionaries special issue on China, Techny, Illinois, 1967

Box: 434

U.S. Air Force training materials, 1950s-1960

Box: 434

Extension Course Institute, U.S. Air Force, Course 7200, Information Services Officer, Volumes 1-2 Part A, 1958

Box: 434

Volume 3 Community Relations part B Examination booklet, 1957 March.

Scope and Content Note

Holographic notation "completed and mailed Dec 31, 1960"
Box: 434

U.S. Air Force, Intelligence Fundamentals Course of the Continental Air Command Specialized Training Program, "CONAC Specialized Training Manual, No. 45-2000," Volume III, 1956; Volume V, 1957

Box: 434

Department of the Air Force, "Security: Safeguarding Military Information," Air Force Regulation No. 205-1, 1956 January 3

Box: 434

Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington, DC, training materials, 1953-1955

Box: 435

Counterintelligence Corps Advanced Training School notes, 28th Enlisted Class, 1943 October - November

Box: 435

"Chinese or Chinese-Speaking Agents 28th Enlisted Men's School of the Advanced CIC, Chicago, Illinois," typescript list by Pardee Lowe, undated, probably 1943

Box: 435

Biographical file, 1929-1944.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Lowe's drivers licenses, selective service registration certificate, and immunization register
Box: 435

U.S. Army training materials and course notes, 1943

Scope and Content Note

Includes materials for training at the Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, the Military Intelligence Training Center, and the Counterintelligence Corps Detachment, Intelligence Division, Third Service Command, Baltimore, Maryland
Box: 435

Field Economic Mobilization Course training materials and notes, 1951-1953.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of documents related to training conducted by the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Twelfth Naval District, Fourth Air Force, and Sixth Army, 1953 February 9-20. Includes roster of conferees, 1953, and correspondence regarding enrolling, 1952-1953
Box: 435

Clippings related to national defense, economy, natural resources, and Korea, 1953

Box: 435

"A Soviet Air Mission - 1944 as Described by a Soviet Air Force Defector 1948," U.S. Air Force Reserves, undated

Box: 435

"Soviet Slang," U.S. Air Force Reserves, undated

Box: 435

Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Field Economic Mobilization Course materials, 1952-1953

Box: 435

Clippings, 1953

Box: 435

Industrial College of the Armed Forces

Box: 435

"Field Economic Mobilization Course, lecture outlines, San Francisco, California, 9-20 February 1953." Includes notes

Box: 435

"Economic Mobilization," 1952 September 1

Box: 435

"Emergency Management of the National Economy, Correspondence Study Course," 1951-1952

Box: 435

Examinations on volumes I through IV correspondence, 1952

Box: 435

USAF training materials, 1950s-1960

Box: 435

Extension Course Institute, U.S. Air Force, Course 7200, Information Services Officer, volume 2 part B - volume 3, 1958

Box: 436

CIC training and administrative files, 1941-1946.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, 1941-1946, mainly recommendation letters and other correspondence regarding administrative matters
Box: 436

Correspondence related to Lowe's 1943 books

Box: 436

Typescript correspondence log relative to joining army and seeking army career with active service in field intelligence and operations in Asia, particularly with the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), 1941-1944, undated

Box: 436

Resumes, 1945

Box: 436

Other administrative documents, including related to service in China-Burma-India Theater, 1945-1946

Box: 436

Honorable discharge documents, 1945-1946

Box: 436

Typescript report regarding assignment to interview Newark, New Jersey, public librarian John Boynton Kaiser regarding the Negro Community of that area, 1943 June 15

Box: 436

Lowe's World War II service diaries, 1942-1945

Box: 436

Photographs, "received NYC 5/8/46," including Stanford campus and Lowe, undated

Box: 436

Clippings, mainly related to the CIC, CIA, and FBI, 1942-1974

Box: 437-443.

China, Communism, and the Free China cause reports and pamphlets, 1926-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of published reports by the U.S. government, the Department of State Office of Intelligence Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and others, compiled and bound, likely in the 1960s
Box: 439

Free China pamphlets and ephemeral propaganda publications

Box: 439

Communist China propaganda publications

Box: 439-440.

IPR published research reports, some labeled as part of the 1936 Yosemite Conference readings

Box: 441-442.

Lottery files, 1930s-1950s,

Scope and Content Note

1990s
Box: 441-442.

"Notes on Chinese Lottery," typescript, 1938 July 30,

Scope and Content Note

Includes rules for Chinese and "American" lotteries, accompanied by data on lottery drawing numbers for Fook Chun "Fu Chun" Chinese lottery and "American" lottery, 1938
Box: 441-442.

Lottery tickets, mainly organized by date, 1949-1950 and 1995

Box: 441-442.

Casino brochures on Keno, including a history of development of Chinese lottery into Keno in Nevada

Box: 442-443.

USSR related reports

Box: 443

Draft writings, 1940s

Box: 443

Writing by others, 1948-1949

Box: 443

Yao, Shelia, "China Nurse," typescript, 1948

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence between Lowe and potential publisher, 1948-1949
Box: 443

Lowe, Pardee, "Chinese Marco Polo," typescript, undated, likely 1940s.

Scope and Content Note

Draft of novel about young man who leaves China for the "land of the Golden Mountains" emigrating to the U.S. for opportunity
Box: 444

Writing files, 1930s-1970s (bulk 1930s-1940s)

Box: 444

Manuscripts, 1939-1940, undated

Box: 444

"The Return of the 'Natives,'" typescript, undated,

Scope and Content Note

Related to return of native-born U.S. citizens of Chinese descent returning to U.S. from China due to the Sino-Japanese conflict
Box: 444

Writings by others

Box: 444

Clippings from The Saturday Evening Post, 1939-1940, undated

Box: 444

Speeches typescripts, 1939, undated

Box: 444

Chinese Counsel General, San Francisco, including for GGIE Jade Pagoda Preview, 1939 August 8.

Scope and Content Note

See also box 326
Box: 444

Draft of constitution and bylaws for a new organization, possibly to be named the China Society of the Pacific Coast, undated

Box: 444

Gloria Ting speech, Tokyo International Church, 1978 January 31

Box: 444

"Personalities" writing materials file, 1930s-1970.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of clippings and USIS news releases related to Chinese Americans in San Francisco, California, and the U.S.
Box: 444

Sino-Japanese War and China Emergency Relief Committee subject files, 1920s-1960s

Box: 444

Typescript notes, 1937, undated

Box: 444

Holographic notes, likely 1950s

Box: 444

Printed materials related to building support for and raising funds for China relief

Box: 444

The Chinatown Monthly Volume 1 Number 2, San Francisco: Chinatown Amateur Students' Association

Box: 444

Typescript copies of letters by unidentified writer, possibly K. C. Li, 1932 January - March

Box: 444

Accounts of Communist China as seen by foreign visitors, typescript, 1949, undated

Box: 444

Clippings

Box: 444

USIS job applications and tuberculosis records related to Lowe's post in Taiwan, 1960

Box: 444

Documents related to Pong Sing, San Diego Toggery, 1920s-1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes bank account books, business ledger, correspondence, and company reports. Most documents in Chinese
Box: 444

Chinese Exclusion Act immigration documents related to Oakland, California merchant Pon Sing, member of L. So and Co., Oakland, 1911

Box: 444

Writing files, 1935-1940, undated (bulk 1938-1939)

Box: 445

IPR survey of San Francisco Chinatown draft writings

Box: 445

San Francisco Chronicle's This World Magazine articles related to the Sino-Japanese war and international politics, 1938

Box: 445

"The Rape of Nanking," by George A. Fitch, as told to Pardee Lowe, published in This World, 1938 June 12, and correspondence with Fitch, YMCA secretary returned from China

Box: 445

Correspondence with publishers

Box: 445

Writings by others, including clippings from Saturday Evening Post, Collier's, The Rotarian, 1938-1939

Box: 446

Dr. Hu Shih subject file, 1930s-1960s (bulk 1960s)

Box: 446

Harvard Business School case studies of Tatung Co., Taiwan, 1981 March 18 and 1984 November 6

Box: 446

Air Force Intelligence Fundamentals printed materials and course notes, 1953-1958

Box: 447

Air Force Intelligence Fundamentals printed materials and course notes, 1953-1958

Box: 447

"Speech for General Wedemeyer, at Dedication of Memorial Plaque in St. Mary's Park [San Francisco Chinatown], May 30, 1951," with printed program

Box: 447

Correspondence and clippings related to speeches by Lowe 1946-1954, including at the Commonwealth Club, 1946 and 1950

Box: 447

Sueling Li, of Sueling, Inc., New York correspondence, 1962

Box: 447

"Prospectus on Taiwan," Sueling Li, 1961 September 12

Box: 447

USIA post administrative files, 1955-1972

Box: 447

Descriptions of geographic areas and international organizations monitored, 1971

Box: 447

Self-evaluation reports by Lowe, including reports on growth of the Fulbright program in Taiwan, the establishment of the Stanford Center of Chinese Studies in Taipei, and the Foo Hsing Opera (Fu Hsing Opera)

Box: 447

Evaluations of Lowe and personnel documents related to other staff

Box: 447

"USIS-Taipei Cultural Affairs Section," organizational chart, undated, which includes relations of Cultural Affairs Officer, ICA (International Communication Agency), USEF in China, and private foundations

Box: 448

Biographical file, 1940s-1993

Box: 448

Correspondence, applications, and curriculum vitae related to seeking employment, 1946-1955.

Box: 448

Results of Lowe's assignment to rewrite his job description to more accurately reflect activities, 1963

Box: 448

List of major duties, 1970 October 12

Box: 448

"Statement of Personal History (Forwarded to Director, Armed Forces Security Agency, Washington 25, D. C.)," 1951 June 19

Box: 448

Evaluations of Lowe by J. A. B. and R. M. M., 1961 March 30

Box: 448

Biographical file, 1940s-1993

Box: 448

Hiring letters, letters of commendation, and clippings related to career, 1949-1973

Box: 448

USIS Reunion photos, Los Angeles, 1993 March 27

Box: 448

Self-evaluation reports by Lowe, annual performance report regarding other staff, curriculum vitae, and documents related to the training of Lowe's successor

Box: 448

Letter to Marshal Lowe concerning family shares in the Bank of Canton, 1965 January 21

Box: 448

Department of State Education Officer files, Consultancies, 1969-1970s

Box: 448

Correspondence mainly related to distribution or exchanges of printed materials, 1970s

Box: 448

Correspondence related to applicants desiring to register as educational consultants, 1970s

Box: 449

Department of State bulletins and related clippings, 1970s-1990s

Box: 449

USIA alumni directories, newsletters, and clippings, 1980s-1990s

Box: 449

IPR administrative files, 1936-1937 January

Box: 449

Yosemite conference planning administrative correspondence, including list of books. Some material in Chinese

Box: 449

"Chinese in California" project stipends

Box: 449

"Pardee Lowe and IPR Appointment," undated, probably 1936.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of extracts of correspondence among IPR leaders regarding candidate search for employee with Japanese or Chinese language ability
Box: 449

"W. L. Holland's Movements during 1936-1937," 1936 May 9

Box: 449

Stanford Alumni Association files, 1947-1949

Box: 449

Father and Glorious Descendant reprint correspondence, 1950s-1970s (bulk 1960s-1970s).

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript copies of excepts and clippings related to publishing, copyright, and authors
Box: 449

Correspondence regarding employment, work history, and biographical information, 1925-1930s

Box: 449

Public speaking appearance correspondence and clippings, 1933-1935

Box: 450

Clippings related to U.S. Air Force, 1950s and 1973

Box: 450

Counterintelligence Corps continuation and re-application correspondence, 1946-1950s

Box: 450

Army service induction files and application files, 1941-1943.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings, 1940s and 1970s (bulk 1940s)
Box: 450

Correspondence, 1942-1944.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings, 1950s and 1970s
Box: 450

Air Force service administrative files, 1952

Box: 450

Correspondence, 1944-1945.

Scope and Content Note

In English and Chinese
Box: 450

Sun Fo, Legislative Yuan, Chungking, China, and other correspondence among New Delhi, Chungking, and other service locations

Box: 450

"Madame's speech," 1944 July 5, typescript, addressing the allegations of infidelity by her husband, Chiang Kai-shek

Box: 450

Air Force Reserve administrative files, 1952-1970.

Scope and Content Note

Includes applications for active duty counterintelligence and psychological warfare training
Box: 450

Clippings, 1972-1973

Box: 450

USEF administrative files, employment applications and correspondence, 1946-1965 (bulk 1940s)

Box: 450

Father and Glorious Descendant reprint correspondence, 1965,

Scope and Content Note

1970s
Box: 450

Asian Wall Street Journal, letter to editor, 1983 June 17,

Scope and Content Note

In which Lowe responds to the review of his 1943 book by Professor Elaine Kim
Box: 450

Father and Glorious Descendant reprint correspondence, 1982-1996.

Scope and Content Note

Includes copies of checks and dust jacket from third printing, 1943
Box: 451

"Father's Robes of Immortality," typescript drafts of 1937, and correspondence with publishers, 1937-1940

Box: 451

Clippings and correspondence related to seeking role in production of film version of Pearl Buck's China Sky, 1940-1942

Box: 451

"Year of Momentous Decision," typescript, PhD coursework, with cover letter to advisor Professor Lantzeff, 1952 September 9

Box: 451

U.S. Air Force Reserve personnel files, 1951-1964

Box: 451

Army service records and personnel files, 1945-1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photo, probably 1940s, and clippings related to the military and veterans affairs, 1960s-1980s. See also boxes 466 and 468
Box: 452

Writings, 1930s-1955

Box: 452

"Jo Ho See: Deeds to Match American Aspirations for Victory," typescript, 1943 January 30

Box: 452

Father and Glorious Descendant, typescript drafts, including first draft 1942, and third draft, 1942 July 8

Box: 452

Correspondence, 1937-1955.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly related to publishing Lowe's writings
Box: 452

"Chinatown Still Goes Forth to War," typescript draft, undated, probably 1930s

Box: 452

Father and Glorious Descendant, list of reviews to date, 1943 April 22

Box: 452

Clippings, 1960s

Box: 452

American Negro subject file, 1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of clippings, mostly related to current events, especially civil rights, and to education
Box: 452

Race prejudice clippings file, 1920s-1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings related to immigration reform
Box: 452

U.S. history class notes, 1926

Box: 452

Account book, 1930-1932,

Scope and Content Note

Listing holdings, mainly of members of Liu (Lowe) clan, in Chinese, hand-bound
Box: 453

Clippings, 1930s-1960s

Box: 454

Correspondence, 1940s-1980s

Box: 454

Raymond L. Tweedy, founder of Chinese Management Association, Nanking, correspondence, 1940s-1980s.

Scope and Content Note

See also box 459
Box: 454

Foreign Service subject file, 1940s-1960s

Box: 454

USIS bilingual publications, Taipei, Taiwan, 1964, undated, 1962 or later

Box: 454

Clippings, 1920s-1960s

Box: 455

Correspondence, 1930s-1990s

Box: 455

Denman, Mrs. Leslie, 1940s-1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Judge William Denman and others
Box: 455

Foo Hsing Drama (Fu Hsing Opera) appearances clippings and correspondence, 1950s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Office of the Psychological Warfare Officer, United States Army Japan, research analysis: "China: The All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU)," 1957 October 9
Box: 455

Dandison, Basil G., 1960s-1990s

Box: 455

Davies, John H. and others, 1930s-1980

Box: 455

Sisters of the Order of Saint Benedict, 1960s-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Includes records of donations
Box: 455

Alsberg, Dr. Carl, Emma Alsberg and others, 1940s

Box: 455

Tunghai University, Taiwan, and United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia, 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes records of donations
Box: 455

Correspondence, 1950s-1960s

Box: 456

Correspondence, 1930-1990

Box: 456

Ruiz, Antonio M. ("Corcito"), 1939-1941.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed material
Box: 456

Mei Ya Publications, Inc., 1960s-1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence by others, and clippings, 1980s
Box: 456

Riles, Wilson, 1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings, 1970s-1982; correspondence with others, 1948-1970s; and directory of Rotary Club of Nanking, 1948
Box: 456

Fu Jen University, 1960s-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Includes records of donations to Fu Jen University and Divine Word Missionaries
Box: 456

International House of Berkeley, California, and New York, 1930s-1990s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes minutes of alumni association meetings, correspondence, and printed materials
Box: 456

Liu, Wellington, 1930-1940s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence by others, and clippings, 1960s-1980s
Box: 457

Correspondence, 1940s-1960s

Box: 457

Wilbur, Ray Lyman, 1940s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Leonard Wilbur and others
Box: 457

Won, Virgil, 1940s-1960s

Box: 457

China United Products Co., Shanghai, Lowe's correspondence as sales manager, 1946-1947

Box: 457

Schering Company correspondence, clippings, and printed materials, 1945-1947

Box: 457

Correspondence related to seeking employment, 1935-1939

Box: 457

Wah Chang Trading Corporation, 1940s.

Scope and Content Note

Mainly documents related to applicants for office work. Includes personal information and in-house assessments of candidates
Box: 457

Schering Company files, 1946-1947.

Scope and Content Note

Includes sales training notes, correspondence, and blueprint of 55 Si Kong Road, Nanking, as occupied
Box: 457

Personal correspondence, 1946-1947

Box: 457

Rusk, Dean, and Mrs. Dean Rusk correspondence, 1950-1995

Box: 458

China House Association files, 1954-1957

Box: 458

U.S. Air Force Reserves and Industrial College of the Armed Forces training course materials, 1950s-1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Information Services Officer student progress chart
Box: 458

IPR conference files, 1936

Scope and Content Note

Related to 1936 Yosemite Conference and to "Informal Weekend Conference held at Sunset Farm, Lee, Mass., May 31st and June 1st,1936"
Box: 458

Appointment book, 1965

Box: 458

Clippings, largely related to politics and education, 1950s-1960

Box: 458

Soochow University correspondence and printed material, 1950s-1980s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes miscellaneous correspondence, 1934 and 1947
Box: 459

Schering company files, 1946-1947

Box: 459

Chinese Management Association flyers and clippings, 1947, undated

Box: 459

American Bureau for Medical Aid to China correspondence, printed material, and clippings, 1940-1942

Box: 459

USIS files, 1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Related to the Summer Institute in Chinese Civilization, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan
Box: 459

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1946

Box: 459

Clippings, 1940s-1960s

Box: 460

Pamphlets bound by Lowe, related to Soviet economics, 1938-1962, and Economics in Taiwan, 1953-1960

Box: 460

Harvard Business School notes, 1932

Box: 460

Subject files, mainly consisting of clippings, 1950s-1960s

Box: 461-462.

Pamphlets and reports related to Taiwan and Communist China, bound by Lowe, 1950s-1960s

Box: 463

Communist China reports, 1951-1958

Box: 463-464.

USEF China files, 1960s

Box: 463-464.

USIA files, 1950s-1960s

Box: 465

USEF China files, 1950s-1960s

Box: 465

USIA clippings and printed materials, 1950s

Box: 465

Department of State and CIA application materials, 1950s

Box: 466

USIA files, 1950s-1960s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes personnel file material related to Lowe and to others
Box: 466

Personal correspondence, 1961-1964

Box: 467

"Documentary Report on Activities of Pardee Lowe, 1936-1940, with Special Reference to 1937," typescript, submitted to USIA, 1955 July 9

Box: 467

USEF China files, 1947-1948

Box: 467

Stanford University coursework, 1928

Box: 467-468.

Clippings, 1930s-1950s (bulk 1950s)

Box: 468

USAF Intelligence training materials, 1944-1953

Box: 468

USAFR training materials, 1950s

Box: 469-471.

Clippings files, 1930s-1960s

Box: 469-471.

Wang Ching-wei subject file, 1939-1940

Box: 469-471.

PhD coursework

Box: 472-473.

GGIE files, 1938-1939

Box: 472-473.

Miguel Covarrubias correspondence

Box: 472-473.

Correspondence and printed materials related to reprinting the Miguel Corrubias maps of the peoples of the Pacific and managing their sales in China, 1946-1947

Box: 472-473.

Planning files related to the Department of the Pacific Area, Pacific House, and to China Day at the GGIE (1939 October 29)

Box: 472-473.

GGIE printed material, 1939

Box: 472-473.

Panama-Pacific International Exposition, printed material, 1915

Box: 472-473.

Worlds Fairs printed material, 1960s

Box: 472-473.

China-Burma-India Veterans Association files and clippings, 1950s

Box: 472-473.

A Short History of the Chinese Communist Party (unidentified translator),compiled and written by Miao Ch'u-huang, original Chinese-language version published by Hsueh His Magazine Press, Peking, 1956

Box: 474

Souvenir Views of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, Pacific Novelty Company of San Francisco, 1915

Box: 474-475.

WPA and Emergency Relief Administration subject file, 1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of notes, 1935, undated; and clippings, 1930s (bulk 1935) See also box 458
Box: 474-475.

Stanford undergraduate course notes, 1926-1929

Box: 474-475.

Clippings, 1950s-1960s (bulk 1960s)

Box: 476

USAFR training files, 1950s

Box: 476

Clippings, 1950s-1960s

Box: 476

Clippings related to France and disarmament, 1920s-1931

Box: 476

Schering Company files, 1946-1948

Box: 477

GGIE files, 1930s

Box: 477

Administrative files

Box: 477

Subject files of clippings created to support exhibition planning, 1930s

Box: 477

Printed material related to the opening of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge, 1936-1937

Box: 477

Clippings and photographic souvenirs related to the GGIE

Box: 477

USAFR training and personnel files, 1950s

Box: 478

GGIE files, 1930s

Box: 478

PhD coursework and dissertation research subject files, 1950s

Box: 479-481.

PhD coursework and dissertation research subject files, 1950s

Box: 479-481.

Board of Foreign Scholarships meeting agendas and reports, 1949,

Scope and Content Note

related to USEF China (Fulbright program)
Box: 479-481.

Clippings, 1960

Box: 482

PhD coursework and dissertation research subject files, 1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings, 1950s, especially related to the Cold War
Box: 483

Subject files related to the Cold War, mainly consisting of clippings, 1950s

Box: 483

Clippings related to memoirs of President Truman, 1950s

Box: 483

Phi Lambda U.S.A Charitable Trust files, 1972, 1977-1979, and 1984-1985.

Scope and Content Note

Includes documents related to proposal for charitable trust to establish and support a two-month study program in Taiwan for Asian-American teenagers
Box: 483

Father and Glorious Descendant draft writings, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Organized by chapter
Box: 484

Creative writing files, 1927-1940s (bulk 1938-1939)

Box: 484

"A Man of Humility," 1940

Box: 484

"China's Three Anti-Japanese Musketeers," 1938

Box: 484

"The Ideal Church," 1940

Box: 484

"Inside San Francisco's World's Fair," 1939.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photo
Box: 484

"Japanese Political Puppetry in North China," 1938

Box: 484

"The Japanese Terror in Tientsin," 1939

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings, 1933-1939, undated
Box: 484

"Japan's Pan-Asia Doctrine," undated.

Scope and Content Note

Consists mainly of clippings, 1938-1939
Box: 484

"The KRA Canal-Japan's Answer to Britain's Singapore?" 1938

Box: 484

Kuomintang clippings, 1927 and 1938

Box: 484

"Letters of an Unworthy Younger Brother; Of Letters of Hawk Sung who Respectfully Bows: A Translation by Pardee Lowe," 1938

Box: 484

Literacy agency correspondence, 1937

Scope and Content Note

Related to Lowe acting as literary agent on behalf of other writers
Box: 484

Father and Glorious Descendant draft writings, undated. Organized by chapter, with some correspondence related to first publication of the chapters as articles

Box: 485

Creative writing files, 1930s-1940s, 1972-1973 (bulk 1930s-1940s)

Box: 485

Correspondence with Little Brown and Co, mainly related to promotion of Father and Glorious Descendant, 1942-1943

Box: 485

Correspondence with publishers, 1936-1939, 1973

Box: 485

"It's Cocktail Time in Chinatown," 1938

Box: 485

"Tree-Sitting in Chinatown," typescript, 1936

Box: 485

E. Weil's review of LaPiere's Son of Han, Asia Magazine, 1937 April

Box: 485

Father Richard Arens, Fu Jen University, "Reflections on Taiwan's Educational Policy," 1973

Scope and Content Note

Including 1972 manuscript
Box: 485

"The Agony of Wei Cheng," 1949 and undated

Box: 485

Correspondence with Little Brown and Co, 1948 and 1973

Box: 485

Correspondence seeking screen version of Father and Glorious Descendant, 1946-1947

Box: 485

"China Fights On," 1938-1939 and typescript review of LaPiere's Son of Han, 1937

Box: 485

Correspondence with Little Brown and Co, 1942-1945

Box: 485

Father and Glorious Descendant draft writings, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Organized by chapter
Box: 485

"Angel of Death-U.S." / "Chungking Terror," undated and 1940-1941.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings
Box: 485

Topics for composition into articles, notes and clippings, 1937-1939

Box: 486

USEFC expenditure records, 1947-1949

Box: 486

U.S. military service files, 1942

Box: 486

World War II diaries and training notes, 1942-1946, undated

Box: 486

Printed material, 1943

Box: 486

K. C. Li newsletters, 1940-1942.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of typescript copies of newsletters by Li in the form of letters from Li in the U.S. to Madame Chiang Kai-shek. See also box 334
Box: 486

Central Intelligence Agency subject file, 1940s-1975.

Scope and Content Note

Includes draft writings, 1940 and undated
Box: 487

U.S. Air Force, U.S. Air Force Reserves, and Industrial College of the Armed Forces training course materials, 1950s

Box: 488

U.S. War Department, China-Burma-India Theater, Shanghai and area, Nanking, and Yunnan, large-format maps, 1940s

Box: 488

"Moslem Leaders in Communist China Disrobed and Put to Labor," 1958 December 9

Box: 488

"A Personal Account of Life in Canton," 1958 December 11

Box: 488

A Short History of the Chinese Communist Party (unidentified translator), compiled and written by Miao Ch'u-huang, original Chinese-language version published by Hsueh His Magazine Press, Peking, 1956

Box: 488

Report on Progress of the Works Program, Works Progress Administration, 1936 October 15

Box: 488

GGIE commemorative publications, 1939

Box: 488

World's Fair, New York, commemorative publications, 1939

Box: 488

New York Times color supplement for Expo '70, Osaka, Japan

Box: 488

Suydam, E. H., prints of illustrations for Dobie, Charles Caldwell, San Francisco's Chinatown, New York: Appleton-Century Company, 1936

Box: 489

GGIE files, 1939

Scope and Content Note

Consists of commemorative issues of San Francisco newspaper coverage of GGIE and New York newspaper coverage of the World's Fair, 1939Some issues in full color
Box: 489

Liu, album of paintings, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Presented to Lowe in Taiwan by the painter