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Preliminary Inventory to the Willys Ruggles Peck Papers, 1911-1952.
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Box 1

Notebook containing informal observations made by Willys R. Peck, while Consul General and Counselor of the Legation at Nanking, China in the 1930's


Typescript of a biography of Willys R. Peck, co-authored by the surviving "Peck children," Willys, Llewellyn, and Mary Peck Read


Original draft copies, with corrections, of the biography of W. R. Peck


One typewritten letter between the Peck relatives concerning Willys Peck's biography, 1952 August 1


One handwritten letter from one of the Peck relatives to another (mother to daughter), Peking, 1952 January 4

Box 2

INCREMENT - April 1978


Diary of events in the American Legation, Bangkok, Thailand, 1941 December 8 - 1942 August 19


Printed material


Newspaper clippings, 1940-1945


Maps of China and the Philippine Islands

Box 3

File of material on Tsingtao, China, 1917-1919


Handwritten manuscript entitled "Life of a Prisoner at the Present Time" (former Civil Commissioner M. G. R. Gunther), 1916 July 26


Handwritten manuscript entitled "Wives of Prisoners," ca. 1916


News Bulletin, Tsingtao, 1914 September 20


Newspaper clipping from Peking and Tientsin Times, 1913 May 3


Correspondence, 1926-1943


Miscellaneous memoranda, newspaper clippings, copies of speeches, notes, correspondence, etc., 1911-1943


Chinese language materials (phrase book, flash cards, note cards, anagram game, etc.)

Box 4

Scrapbook of newspaper clippings, 1937-1938

Envelope A

Photographs. 1 print of T.K. Chang, William L. Montgomery, Willys R. Peck in San Francisco, California.