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Series Description

Boxes: 1-9

CHINESE INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVES (C.I.C.; INDUSCO), 1936-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, writings, speeches, records, and printed matter related to the establishment and development of the Chinese Industrial Cooperative movement during the 1930's and 1940's and especially to the participation of Nym Wales (Helen Foster Snow), Edgar Snow, Rewi Alley, and Ida Pruitt. Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow, kept together because many of the letters are addressed to or concern both parties, is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Writings of Nym Wales are arranged by literary form and then chronology. Collected writings and speeches of other authors are arranged alphabetically by author, literary form (where the variety warrants it) and then chronology. General collected correspondence is arranged alphabetically by author. Collected correspondence of Indusco, Inc., American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives in China is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Collected records (reports, memoranda, minutes, financial statements, publicity releases, circulars, and constitutions) of member and affiliated organization of the Chinese Industrial Cooperative movement are arranged alphabetically by the name of the organization. It should be noted that Nym Wales has provided a guide (located at the beginning of the series) to much of the source material she wrote and collected. It should also be noted that part of this material forms the basis for Nym Wales' China Builds for Democracy (New York: Modern Age Books, 1941)
Box: 10

CHINESE LABOR MOVEMENT, c. 1936-1945.

Scope and Content Note

Writings, speeches, magazine and journal articles, and news agency releases related to the history of the Chinese labor movement from the 1920's to the mid-1940's. Writings and speeches of Nym Wales are arranged by literary form and then chronology. Collected writings of other authors are arranged alphabetically by author or title. The remaining material is arranged by physical form
Boxes: 11-14

CHINESE STUDENT MOVEMENT, 1931-1937.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, writings, news agency releases, news clippings, broadsides and manifestos related to the Chinese student movement during the 1930's, and particularly the role of Nym Wales as a journalist and friend of the students. Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Writings of Nym Wales are arranged by literary form and then chronology. Collected writings of other authors are arranged alphabetically by author or title. News agency releases are arranged according to the issuing agency. News clippings are arranged chronologically by year. Manifestos and broadsides are arranged according to the issuing organization. It should be noted that Nym Wales has provided a guide (located at the beginning of the series) to much of the source material she collected on the student movement
Boxes: 15-16

SINO-JAPANESE CONFLICT, 1931-1945.

Scope and Content Note

Writings, interviews, broadsides, manifestos, news clippings, and news agency releases concerning Sino-Japanese hostilities during the 1930's and 1940's. Writings are arranged alphabetically by author, issuing organization, or title. Manifestos and broadsides are similarly arranged
Boxes: 17-18

SIAN INCIDENT (1936), 1936-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, writings, news dispatches, interviews, news agency releases, news clippings, and manifestos, etc., related to the kidnapping of Chiang Kai-shek in the so-called Sian Incident of December, 1936. Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Writings and interviews of Nym Wales are arranged by literary form and then chronology. Collected writings of other authors are arranged alphabetically by author or title, literary form (when the variety warrants it), and then by chronology. News agency releases are arranged according to issuing agency. Manifestos, etc., are arranged according to the issuing organization or individual. It should be noted that Nym Wales has provided a guide (located at the beginning of the series) to much of the source material she collected on the Sian Incident
Boxes: 19-23

CHINESE COMMUNISTS, 1936-1945.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, writings, interviews, magazine and journal articles, and news clippings by and about the Chinese Communists. Most of the material was written and collected by Nym Wales during her stay with Chinese communist leaders in Yenan in 1937. Personal correspondence between Edgar Snow and Nym Wales, both of whom addressed and signed these letters with a variety of pseudonyms, is arranged chronologically. Writings and interviews of Nym Wales are arranged by literary form. Collected writings of other authors and organizations are arranged by author or title. It should be noted that Nym Wales has provided a guide (located at the beginning of the series) to much of the source material. It should also be noted that part of the material forms the basis for Nym Wales' Inside Red China (New York: Doubleday, 1939); The Chinese Communists: Sketches and Autobiographies of the Old Guard (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1972), in part a reprint of Red Dust (1952); and Women in Modern China (The Hague and Paris: Mouton, 1967)
Boxes: 24-27

CHINESE LITERATURE, c. 1930-1937.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, writings, and biographical material written and collected by Nym Wales and Edgar Snow in connection with a writing project concerning Chinese literature during the 1920's and 1930's. Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Writings of Nym Wales are arranged by literary form and then chronology. Collected correspondence is arranged alphabetically by author. Biographical material is arranged alphabetically. It should be noted that some of the material in this series appeared in Living China, edited by Edgar Snow with an essay by Nym Wales (New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, [1937])
Boxes: 28

CHINESE ART, c. 1929-1936.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, writings, and biographical material collected by Nym Wales during her encounter with "left-wing" painters and poets during the early 1930's. Correspondence of Nym Wales is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Writings of Nym Wales are arranged by literary form and then chronology. It should be noted that Nym Wales has provided a guide (located at the beginning of the series) to much of the source material
Boxes: 29-33

GENERAL SUBJECT FILE, c. 1930-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, writings, reports, memoranda, charts, maps, histories, lists, rosters, notes, speeches, circulars, magazine and journal articles, news clippings, posters, directories, manifestos, appeals, and miscellaneous printed matter, dealing for the most part with the Far East, especially China, and arranged alphabetically by subject or issuing organization
Boxes: 34

GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE OF NYM WALES AND EDGAR SNOW, 1935-1954.

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous correspondence arranged alphabetically by correspondent
Boxes: 35-37

MISCELLANY.

Scope and Content Note

Greeting cards, calling cards, shopping lists, menus, notes, etc. Also includes notes on the Silesian Loan Question of 1735-1756, and stencils of guides to the collection prepared by Nym Wales
Box: 42

OVERSIZE MATERIAL.

Scope and Content Note

Twenty-one items listed under appropriate headings in container list
Boxes: 38-61; Tape cabinet

INCREMENTS

 

AUDIO-VISUAL, PHOTOGRAPHS.

Physical Description: (1268 photos, 17 photo postcards, 9 copies of printed photos, 4 photo bookplates, and 205 negative strips, 3 albums / 33 envelopes, 1 album box.

Container List

 

CHINESE INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVES (C.I.C.; INDUSCO), 1936-1950.

Box 1.

Guide to source material, entitled; "Notes on the Beginnings of the Industrial Cooperatives in China," (1958). Mimeograph transcript of reports, minutes, correspondence, manuscripts and notes, prepared by Nym Wales as a guide to the use of source material written and collected by her during the 1930's and 1940's. Three copies; 82 pages each.

 

Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow, 1936-1947

 

Allen, Donald M., 1939, undated

 

Alley, Rewi, 1939-1942

 

Babcock, Mrs. W. R. (Polly), 1941

 

Cameron, Mr., 1944

 

Carlson, Evans F., 1940

 

Carter, Edward C., 1940

 

Chen, Han-seng, 1939-1940

 

Chen, S. J., 1940

 

Chiang, Shu-Huan (Mrs. K. M. Lu), 1940

 

Early, Donald M., 1942

 

Fairfax-Cholmeley Elsie, 1940

 

Fitch, George A., 1942

 

Gollancz, Victor, 1940

 

Herz, Henriette, 1940

 

Hogg, George Aylwin, 1940, 1942-1943

 

[Hooker], Helene M.; Organizing Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1941

 

Hsia, C. L., 1939

 

Hull, Cordell, Secretary of State, 1940

 

Jen, Chu-min, 1940

 

Johnson, Delbert; American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1941

 

Johnson, Nelson Trusler, Ambassador to China, 1938, 1940

 

Kaufman, Arthur, 1943

 

Kennard, J. Spencer, Jr., 1940

 

Lapwood, E. Ralph, 1940

 

Leacock, David; American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1941-1942

 

Lem, Frank (Len, Su-yi), 1939

 

Liang, Hubert S. (Liang, Shih-shun), 1938-1940

 

Lim, Dr. Robert K. S.; Chinese Red Cross, 1940

 

Liu, Kwang Pei, 1939-1940

 

Liu, T. F., 1940

 

Loomis, Helen; American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1941

 

Lu, Kwang Mein, 1940

 

Porter, Miss, 1939

 

Pruitt, Ida; American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1939-1944, 1947

 

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1940 (copy of petition)

 

Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow (Contd.)

 

Roosevelt, Eleanor (Mrs. Franklin D.) 1942

 

Selsbee, Elizabeth; American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1943

 

Soong, T. V., 1940

 

Sycip, Mrs. Alfonzo Z., 1940

 

Tereshtenko, Valery J.; The Cooperative Project, 1942

 

Tong, Hollington K., 1940

 

Walsh, Richard J., 1940

 

Webber, John W., 1940

 

Woodman, Dorothy; Anglo-Chinese Cooperative Development Society, 1940, 1944

 

Wu, Mr., 1940

 

Yarnell, Admiral Harry E., 1942-?

 

Yeh, T'ing, Commander of the New Fourth Army, 1939

 

Miscellaneous and unidentified

Box 2.

Writings of Nym Wales, 1938-1941

 

Articles and essays

 

"Industrial Cooperatives Needed to Strengthen China," China Weekly Review, December 24, 1938. Printed copy.

 

"The Philippines Aid China's Industrial Cooperatives," by "A Manila Correspondent" (Nym Wales), China Weekly Review, June 24, 1939. Printed copy; typescript drafts with carbon copies.

 

"Outline of the Development of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," c. 1939. Carbon copies of typescript draft.

 

"China's New Line of Industrial Defense," April 1939. Carbon copy of typescript draft sent to Pacific Affairs.

 

"A Suggestion for Medical Cooperatives and Cooperative Clinics in China," c. 1939. Typescript draft with carbon copy.

 

"Emergency Wartime Industry for China," c. 1939-1940. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

"Industrial Cooperatives for Economic Defense," c. 1939-1940. Carbon copies of typescript drafts.

 

"A Guiding Genius in the Destinies of China," c. 1940. Carbon copy of typescript draft with annotations by Rewi Alley.

 

"The Guiding Genius Behind China's Industrial Cooperative Movement," c. 1940. Carbon copies of typescript drafts.

 

"'Front Line Industry' and the International Industrial Cooperative Centers in China," c. 1940. Typescript draft with carbon copy.

 

"The 'Bailie Boys' of China's Industrial Cooperatives," Manila World, February 14-15, 1940. Carbon copies of typescript drafts; printed copies.

 

Articles and essays

 

"The Bailie Boys of China," Hong Kong Sunday Herald, August 11, 1940. Typescript drafts with carbon copies; printed copies.

 

"China's New Industrial Defense Line: An Account of the Development of Industrial Cooperatives in China," c. 1940. Typescript draft.

 

"Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," Sunday Tribune Magazine, c. early 1940's. Printed copy.

 

"China's New Industrial Defense Line," c. 1940. Typescript draft with carbon copies.

 

"A Thought for Bishop Gregorio Aglipay," poem published in Democracia, undated, and Philippines Free Press, September 28, 1940. Printed copies with news clippings attached.

 

"Comments and Suggestions for the Promotion of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," c. 1940's. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

"Industrial Cooperatives for China's National Defense," c. 1940's. Carbon copy of typescript draft (incomplete).

 

"A Story of Cooperatives in Asia. Gung Ho," Mother Earth Quarterly, July 1966. Photocopy.

 

Pamphlets

 

An Industrial Defense Line for China, c. 1939-1940. Printed copy; typescript drafts with carbon copies.

 

Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, c. 1939-1940. Printed copy with holograph notations by Nym Wales and possibly Edgar Snow.

 

Books

 

China Builds for Democracy, 1941. Draft chapters of book manuscript; draft notes.

 

Notes, miscellaneous

Box 3.

Collected writings and speeches of other authors, 1938-1942.

 

Alley, Rewi.

 

"Report on the Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," Manila Telegraph (sic), February 28, 1939. Printed copy; carbon copy of typescript, December 31, 1938.

 

"Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," Manila World, July 5-6, 1939. Printed copy; mimeograph copy; and carbon copy of typewritten transcript of speech first given at Chengtu, January 17, 1939.

 

"Report on C.I.C. Work Seen in N.W.H.Q. [Northwest Headquarters] Area," January-February 1939. Typescript copy.

 

"Chinese Industrial Cooperatives Gain Headway in Interior," China Press, March 13, 1939. Printed copy.

 

"A Plan for the Development of Industrial Cooperatives in the Border Government Area of the North West Yennan Office C.I.C.," March 18, 1939. Typescript.

 

"Chinese Industrial Cooperatives for a New Southeast," Tingchow, April 28, 1939. Typescript with carbon copies.

 

"General Report on Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, May 1, 1939," Manila World, June 13, 1939. Printed copy; carbon copy of typescript.

 

"The Chinese Industrial Co-operatives," May 1939. Reprints from the China Journal.

 

"Model Constitution for Chinese Industrial Cooperative Societies," Manila World, May 19, 1939. Printed copies.

 

"Searching Old Trails for New Industry," China Weekly Review, June 3, 1939. Printed copy.

 

"New Men--New Industries," Manila World, September 5, 1939. Printed copy.

 

Speech before the Finance Department of the Kansu Provincial Government, Lanchow, Kansu, November 29, 1939. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript.

 

"Some Comments on Work for C.I.C. 1940 Conference," July 1940. Mimeograph copy.

 

"The Sungpan Valley Awakes," Asia, January, 1940. Printed copy.

 

"Two Years of Indusco," 1940. Autographed booklet; annotated carbon copies of typescript drafts.

 

"War-time Industry," South China Morning Post, August 13, 1940. Printed transcript of speech.

 

"Shantan Bailie School," 1949. Printed copy.

 

"The Engineer in Cooperative Society," undated. Typescript copy.

 

"Rebuilding China's Industry by Cooperatives," undated. Typescript with carbon copy.

 

"New Men and New Industries in China's New Northwest," undated. Carbon copies of typescript.

 

"Development of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives in the Northwest," undated. Printed copy.

 

Poems and stories, undated.

 

Arnold, Dorothy. "From the Ashes of Devastation Rises the Phoenix of China's Industrial Cooperatives," Manila World, September 12, 1939. Printed copy.

 

Bertram, James, "Chinese Industrial Co-operatives," World-Telegraph (Manila), April 6, 1939. Printed copy; typescript copies.

 

Buck, Pearl S. "Free China Gets to Work," Asia, April 1939. Printed copy.

 

Carlson, Evans Fordyce. "Economic Democracy in China," Amerasia, March 1941. Reprint.

 

Chen, Jack. "Progress of China's Industrial Cooperatives," 1939. Various reproductions of a series of twenty annotated drawings.

 

Chiang, Madame Kai-Shek. "Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," World-Telegraph (Manila), May 6, 1939. Printed copy.

 

Crouter, Natalie C. "A Drop in the Bucket," undated. Carbon copies of typescript.

 

Deane, Hugh. "Chengtu Cooperatives Chalk Up Big Gains After One Year of Activity," China Weekly Review, February 24, 1940. Printed copy.

 

Durdin, F. Tillman. "Co-operatives Spreading Over China," Manila World, August 15, 1939. Printed copy.

 

"Far from the maddening headlines..." undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Fischer, Galen M. "The Cooperative Movement in Japan," Pacific Affairs, December 1938. Printed copies.

 

Foster, John B. "Chinese Industrial Cooperatives in the Far Southwest," China Weekly Review, November 18, 1939. Printed copy.

 

Fowler, Bertram B. "China's Guerilla Industry," February 1941. Reprints from Survey Graphic.

 

Gould, Randall.

 

"Industrial Hope for China," World Telegraph, March 2, 1939. Printed copies.

 

"Co-ops Thrive in Mid-China River Valley," World Telegraph, May 9, 1939. Printed copy.

 

"How China Learns to Build Anew," Christian Science Monitor, January 30, 1940. Printed copy.

 

Graham, Dorothy. "China offers a Solution," Manila World, August 22, 1939. Printed copies.

 

Hadley, Watson, Jr. "Industrial Cooperatives Forward Reconstuction," China Press, Shanghai, October 10, 1939. Reprints.

Box 4.

Hogg, George Aylwin.

 

"C.I.C. Gold Mining and Washing in Southwest Shensi," December 16, 1939. Carbon copy of typescript with biographical note by Nym Wales attached.

 

"Chinese Industrial Cooperatives and Refugees from the Hopei Flood Areas," January 10, 1940. Typescript with carbon copies.

 

"Personal History of K. M. Lu," March 14, 1940. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"C.I.C. Education in the Northwest," May 31, 1940. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"My Neighbors Build a City," June 2, 1940. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

News release from Second Annual Conference of the Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, Chungking, July 13, 1940. Typewritten transcript.

 

"Dragon's Iron," July 2, 1940. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Lanchow, Co-operative Outpost," January 1941. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Report on the Front Line Depot of Southeast Shansi," February 1941. Typescript.

 

"War Weave," c. 1940-1941. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Training Cooperative Leaders for China," Free World, June 1943. Reprint.

 

"Enabling the Disabled," undated. Typescript with carbon copy.

 

Homer, Joy. "China's Industrial Cooperatives," Manila World, October 3, 1939. Printed copies.

 

Howard, Harry Paxton. "Cooperation in the Far East: Japanese, Chinese and Indian Cooperatives Prepare Way for Economic Democracy in Asia," Commonweal, July 24, 1942. Printed copy.

 

Kung, H. H. "Industrial Co-operatives and the War," World Telegraph, March 3, 1939. Printed copy.

 

Lattimore, Owen. "The Bailie Schools of China," October 23, 1944. Mimeograph transcript of speech.

 

Liang, Hubert S.

 

"Impressions and Observations of China's Northwest," January 25, 1940. Mimeograph copies.

 

"Industrial Co-operatives Revitalize China's Northwest," Manila World, February 22, 1940. Printed copy; carbon copy of typescript.

 

Lin, Yutang. "The Birth of a New China," World Telegraph, April 12 and 22, 1938. Printed copy.

 

Liu, K. P.

 

"Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," World Telegraph, May 13, 1939. Printed copy.

 

"Development of Chinese Industrial Co-operatives," July 1940. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Ma, Hai-Teh (Dr. George Hatem). "I Knew Dr. Norman Bethune," Democracia, undated. Printed copies.

 

Mu, Hsin. "Cooperatives in the Shensi-Kansu-Ninghia Border District," Sing Tao Jih Pao, Hong Kong, July 9, 1940. Printed copy in Chinese with typewritten translation in English.

 

Pruitt, Ida.

 

"China's Industrial Pioneers," China Journal, February 1939. Reprints.

 

"Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," Manila World, December 12, 1939. Printed copy.

 

"China's Industrial Wall," Survey Graphic, March 1940. Reprints.

 

"Decentralized Industry," China Monthly, undated. Reprints.

 

The Bailie School at Sandan, undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Roy, Andrew T. "The Northwest Fights," June 1939. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Simester, Edith. "Economic Reconstruction for Rural Workers in Fukien," China Weekly Review, May 6, 1939. Printed copy.

 

Sinclair, T. Lowry, Jr. "Through South China," undated. Typescript.

 

Smith, W. B. "China's Cash-&-Carry Industries," China Press Sunday Magazine, February 12, 1939. Printed copies.

 

Smythe, Lewis.

 

"A Letter from China (June 25, 1939)," Manila World, August 8, 1939. Printed copy.

 

"Every Co-op A Nucleus of a New World in the Making," World Call, April 1941. Printed copy.

 

"The Chinese Industrial Cooperative Movement," China at War, October 1942. Printed copy.

 

Snow, Edgar.

 

Articles

 

"China's New Industrial Army," Manila World, October 10, 1939. Printed copy; carbon copy of typescript.

 

"The Dragon Licks His Wounds," Saturday Evening Post, April 13, 1940. Printed copy; carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

"China's Blitzbuilder, Rewi Alley," Saturday Evening Post, undated. Reprint.

 

Reports

 

"Discussion of Needs of Partisan Districts in Japanese Rear for Immediate Military Supplies and for Establishment of Small Mobile War Industries," undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Recommendations to the International Committee," c. 1939-1940. Typescript with carbon copies.

 

Speeches

 

"War and Change in China," undated. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript.

 

News dispatches sent to the London Daily Herald, September 20, 1938. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Notes, miscellaneous.

 

Sun, Madame Yat-Sen

 

"Towards the achievement of Chinese Independence," Manila World, November 22-23, 1939. Printed copies.

 

Transcript of radio broadcast on Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, December 1939.

 

Taylor, J. B.

 

"Cooperative Industrial Policy for China in the Present Emergency," May 2, 1938. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Potentialities of the Cooperative Movement in China," Chinese Social and Political Science Review, April 1937. Printed copy.

 

Tseng, Li-Kwang. "New Hope for China," Threshold, October, 1942. Printed copy.

 

Walsh, Richard J. "China Cooperates," Manila World, August 1, 1939. Printed copy; typescript.

 

Wang, Mei-tseng. "The Conditions of the Progress in Industry of the Shensi-Kansu-Ninghsia Border Region," November 1941. Transcript of article from the Liberation Daily.

 

Willcox, Helen L. One for All. Carbon copy of the script of a one-act play.

 

Vey, Ruth. "Cooperatives in the Northwest," China Weekly Review, May 4, 1940. Printed copy.

Box 5.

Collected correspondence of organizations and individuals having contact with the Chinese Industrial Cooperative movement

 

General correspondence, arranged by author, 1938-1950

 

Alley, Rewi, 1938-1940, 1942-1943

 

American Friends Service Committee, 1950

 

Baker, John Earl, 1940

 

Barker, Alfred F., 1944

 

Carlson, Evans F., 1940

 

Carter, Edward C., 1939, 1942

 

Chen, Dalton, 1940

 

Chen, Han-shen, 1939-1940, 1942

 

Chinese Engineering Students Association of the University of the Philippines, 1940

 

Chinese Red Cross, 1939

 

Chaun, Mrs. Dee C.; Philippine Chinese Women's Relief Association, 1940

 

Donald, W. H., 1939

 

Edwards, Dwight; United China Relief, 1943-1944

 

Fitch, George A., 1940-1941

 

Fitch, Geraldine, 1940

 

Foley, Walter B., 1940

 

Freeman, Mansfield, 1944

 

Gunther, John, 1940

 

Herman, Theodore, 1940, 1947

 

Hogg, George Aylwin, 1940-?

 

Lanchow Bailie School, 1947

 

Lapwood, E. Ralph, 1940-1942

 

Lem, F. Y., 1938-1938, 1941

 

Liang, Hubert S., 1940

 

Liu, Kwang Pei, 1939-1940

 

Loomis, Helen, 1940-1941

 

Los Angeles-Hollywood Organizing Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1941

 

Lu, Kwang Mein, 1938-1940

 

Mei, Y. P., 1940

 

Meng, Sho-tseng, 1941

 

Meng, Yung-chien, 1941

 

More, G. R.; American Red Cross, 1944

 

Northwest Education Planning Committee, 1938

 

Price, Mildred; China Aid Council, 1940

 

Pruitt, Ida; American Committee for Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1939-1940

 

Reisner, John H., 1940

 

Robinson, Leland Rex; American Bureau for Aid to China, 1942

 

Sa, Chien-li, 1939

 

Shen, Reggie, 1939-1940

 

Smythe, Lewis and Margaret, 1939-1941, 1943, 1945

 

Sun, Madame Yat-Sen (Soong Ching Ling), 1942-1944

 

Sweet, Lennig; United China Relief, 1944

 

Taft, Charles A.; President's War Relief Control Board, 1942

 

Tan, C. K., 1939

 

Tayler, J. B., 1938-1939

 

Van Slyke, Dr. Donald D., 1944

 

Webber, John W., 1940

 

Wong, Y. Lang, 1939-1940

 

Yarnell, Admiral Harry E., 1940

 

Yeh, Ruth Weiss, 1944

 

Miscellaneous and unidentified

Box 6.

Indusco, Inc. American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives (conveyed, for the most part, through Ida Pruitt), 1942-1950

 

General (To Members of the Board of Directors), 1942-1947

 

Alley, Rewi, 1942-1945, 1947-1948

 

Babcock, Polly (Mrs. W. R.), 1941

 

Bickerton, Max, 1947

 

Campbell, Mal, 1947

 

Carlson, Evans F., 1941

 

Carpenter, J. Henry, 1942

 

Carter, Edward C., 1942, 1944-1945

 

Chang, Kuan Lien, 1945

 

Chiang, Kai-shek, 1942

 

Chen, Han-shen, 1942, 1944

 

Currie, Lauchlin, 1942

 

Curtis, Francis, 1942

 

Edison, Charles, 1945

 

Fairfax-Cholmeley, Elsie, 1943-1944

 

Ferguson, Mary; United China Relief, 1944

 

Fisher, Welthy, 1947

 

Fitch, George A., 1942

 

Foley, William E.; U.S. Department of Justice, 1950

 

Foster, John B., 1942

 

Fox, A. Manuel, 1942

 

Fox, Melvin J., 1949

 

Freeman, Mansfield; United China Relief, 1945

 

Garside, B. A.; United China Relief, 1944

 

Glass, Muriel, 1943

 

Hall, Ronald O., Episcopal Bishop of Hong Kong, 1942, 1944, 1949

 

Herman, Theodore, 1947

 

Herod, W. R.; United China Relief, 1942

 

Hogg, George Aylwin, 1942, 1944

 

Illesley, Walter, 1949

 

Kemp, Donald, 1950

 

Kennedy, Mary, 1947

 

Kung, H. H., 1944

 

Lapwood, E. Ralph, 1944-1945

 

McConaughty, Dr. James L., 1944

 

Meng, S. T., 1949

 

Meng, Yung-chien, 1942, 1949

 

Morrison, Colin, 1948

 

Perry, Henry G., 1944

 

Roosevelt, Eleanor (Mrs. Franklin D.), 1942

 

Sayre, Elizabeth, 1942

 

Smythe, Lewis, 1942-1944

 

Soong, T. V., 1942, 1945

 

Tan, J. M., 1944

 

Tayler, J. B., 1943

 

Tee-Van, Mrs.; United China Relief, 1945

 

Townsend, Peter, 1944-1945, 1947, 1949

 

Van Slyke, Dr. Donald D., 1944

 

Veatch, Roy, 1942

 

Walsh, Richard J., 1941

 

Welles, Sumner, Acting Secretary of State, 1942

 

Wong, Y. Lang, 1945

 

Woodman, Dorothy; Anglo-Chinese Development Society, 1945

 

Miscellaneous, 1942-1945

 

Philippine Association for Industrial Cooperatives in China

 

Alley, Rewi, 1940

 

Chen, Mr., 1940

 

Chiang, Madame Kai-shek, 1940

 

Chiang, Shu-huan (Mrs. K. M. Lu), 1940

 

Hall, Ronald O., Episcopal Bishop of Hong Kong, 1940

 

Hogg, George Aylwin, 1940

 

Hoover, Herbert, 1940 (appeal concerning China relief)

 

Jen, Chu-min, 1940

 

International Committee of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1940

 

Kho, Chong-su, 1940

 

Kung, H. H.

 

Liu, Kwang Pei, 1940

 

Lu, Kwang Mein, 1940

 

Luce, Henry, 1940

 

McNutt, Mrs. Paul V., 1939-1940

 

Philippine Chinese Women's Relief Association, 1940

 

Roys, Mrs. Charles Kirkland; Church Committee for China Relief, 1940

 

Shih, Fan, 1940

 

Soong, T. V., 1939

 

Sun, Te Liang, 1941

 

Women's Work Department of the Chinese Industrial Cooperative Northwest Headquarters, 1940

 

Wong, Lang, 1940

 

Yarnell, Admiral Harry E., 1940

 

Miscellaneous

Box 7.

Collected records (reports, memoranda, minutes, financial statements, publicity releases, constitutions) of member and affiliated organizations of the Chinese Industrial Cooperative movement, c. 1938-1948

 

Anglo-Chinese (Cooperative) Development Society

 

Central Promotion Committee

 

Chinese Industrial Cooperative Associations (Societies)

 

General

 

Che-wan Regional Headquarters (Chekiang, Anhwei)

 

Chekiang Office

 

Anhwei Office

 

Chin-yu Regional Headquarters (Honan, Shansi, Hopei, Shantung)

 

Southeast Shansi Depot

 

Chuan-kong Regional Headquarters (Szechuan, Sikong)

 

Chengtu Office

 

Yung Chang Depot

 

Northwest Regional Headquarters (Shensi, Chainghai, Kansu, Ninghsia)

 

General

 

Lanchow Office

 

Nancheng Office

 

Shensi-Kansu-Ninghsia Border District

 

Shuangshipu Hospital

 

Tienshui Office

 

Yennan Office

 

Southeast Regional Headquarters (Kwangtung, Kiangsi, Fukien)

 

General

 

Southwest Regional Headquarters (Kwangsi, Hunan, Kweichow)

 

General

 

Yunnan Regional Headquarters (Yunnan)

 

General

Box 8.

Hong Kong (Shanghai) Promotion Committee

 

Indusco, Inc., American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives (American Committee for Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1940-1941)

 

Industrial Cooperative Commission

 

Industrial Cooperative Institute

 

Industrial Cooperative Trust of China

 

Institute for the Advancement of Indusco

 

International Committee for Chinese Industrial Cooperatives Productive Relief Fund

 

Organizing Committee (1938)

 

Philippine Association for Industrial Cooperatives in China

 

United China Relief

Box 9.

Handbills, advertisements, and posters of various Chinese Industrial Cooperative Associations

 

Biographical material

 

Alley, Rewi

 

Lem, Frank

 

Liang, Hubert S.

 

Pruitt, Ida

 

News clippings, 1938-1941, undated

 

Miscellaneous printed and typewritten material

 

CHINESE LABOR MOVEMENT, 1934-1945

Box 10.

Chronologies of the Chinese labor movement

 

Writings and speeches of Nym Wales, c. 1945

 

Articles and essays

 

"The Chinese Labor Movement," undated. Carbon copies of typescript draft.

 

"Chinese Labor and War Production," undated. Typescript draft.

 

"Labor Unions in China," The Protestant, May 1945. Typescript draft; printed copy.

 

"The Fate of Labor under Chiang," The Protestant, August-September 1945. Typescript draft with different title; printed copy.

 

Books

 

The Chinese Labor Movement (1945)

 

Chapter drafts, typescript

 

Notes, holograph and typescript

 

Speeches and interviews

 

Notes for a talk on the Chinese Labor Movement. Typescript.

 

Interview on The Chinese Labor Movement, undated. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript.

 

Collected writings of other authors, c. 1942-1945

 

"Background of the Chinese Labor Movement," April 1942. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Chu, Hseuh-fan. "Memoranda of the Problem of Chinese Seamen on European Ships," April 1942. Mimeograph.

 

Chung-kuo ti pao kung chih (Chinese contract working system, 1934.) Handwritten.

 

I chiu san ssu nien pai ch'" kung jen tou cheng t'ung chi (statistics on strikes and lockouts, 1934). Carbon copy of handwritten manuscript. [oversize material no. 1]

 

"A Labor Hero in Yenan," undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Labor Movement in North China," July 1944. Typescript.

 

"Labor Trouble at the Bureau of Printing and Engraving in Peiping," undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Lowe, Chuan-Hua. "Facing Labor Issues in China," undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Memorandum on conversation with Ernest Liu," May 8, 1942. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Mu, Yi. "Labor Policy and Workers' Life in the Border Regions," October 20, 1942. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Shanghai jen li ch'e feng Ch'ao (The Shanghai Rickshaw workers strike, 1934?). Carbon copy of handwritten manuscript.

 

Shanghai ying mei yen kung ssu t'ung meng pa kung (Shanghai British-American Tobacco Company Strike, 1934?) Carbon copy of handwritten manuscript.

 

Tang, H. "Beginnings of Industry," undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"The Workers Struggle of the Bureau of Printing and Engraving in Peiping," undated. Typescript.

 

Magazine and journal articles

 

News releases, Allied Labor News

 

Miscellaneous

 

CHINESE STUDENT MOVEMENT, 1931-1937

Box 11.

Guide to source material, entitled: "Notes on the Chinese Student Movement, 1935-1936," (1959). Mimeograph transcript of correspondence, notes, articles, interviews, manuscripts, news clippings, manifests, and declarations, prepared by Nym Wales as a guide to the use of source material written and collected by her from 1935 to 1937. Two copies; 201 pages.

 

Chronologies of the Chinese student movement

 

Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow, 1935-1937

 

Bein, Ning-tze, 1936

 

Chang, Chao-lin, 1935-1936

 

Chen, H. H., 1936

 

Fisher, Mac, 1936

 

Li, Min ("Marie"; "M"; "Matsuhara"), 1935-1936

 

Liu, Tsui ("Suzie"), 1935-1937

 

Oliver, Frank, 1936

 

Powell, J. B., 1935-1936

 

Walsh, Richard J., 1936

 

Wang, Ju-mei (Huang, Hua), 1936?

 

Yang, undated

 

Yeh, Te-kuang, 1936

 

Yui, David (Yu, Ch'i-wei; Huang, Ching-?), 1936

 

Unidentified

 

Writings of Nym Wales, 1935-1937

 

Articles and essays

 

"Is Youth Crushed Again in China?" October 1935. Carbon copy of typescript draft of unpublished manuscript with notes attached.

 

"Student Revival in North China," by Hsueh Hai-lun (Chinese pseudonym of Nym Wales), China Weekly Review, November 16, 1935. Carbon copy of typescript draft with letter to J. B. Powell, editor of the China Weekly Review, attached; printed copy.

 

"The Peiping Student Movement," by P. F. S. (Peggy Foster Snow); and, "Futher Developments in the Peiping Student Movement," by H. F. S. (Helen Foster Snow), China Weekly Review, December 28, 1935. Printed copies on consecutive pages with photos annotated by Nym Wales; carbon copies of typescript drafts with slightly different titles.

 

"Newsmen and Student Demonstrations in Peiping," unsigned, China Weekly Review, December 28, 1935. Carbon copy of typescript draft; printed copy.

 

"Half-Century Sino-American Educational Development Manaced by Japanese Domination," probably by Nym Wales; and "The Propaganda War and Afterward," by "A Correspondent in Peiping," (Nym Wales), China Weekly Review, February 22, 1936. Printed copies with photos annotated by Nym Wales.

 

"On the Student Front in Peiping," by "A Correspondent in Peiping" (Nym Wales), China Weekly Review, March 7, 1936. Printed copy.

 

"On the Peiping Student Front," by "A Peiping Correspondent" (Nym Wales), China Weekly Review, March 21, 1936. Printed copy.

 

"On the Student Front in Peiping," by "A Peiping Correspondent" (Nym Wales), China Weekly Review, April 11, 1936. Printed copy.

 

"The students in the north...," untitled manuscript, April 29, 1936. Carbon copy of typescript draft with letter to J. B. Powell attached.

 

"On the Peiping Student Front," by "A Peiping Correspondent" (Nym Wales), China Weekly Review, May 2, 1936. Printed copy.

 

"On the Peiping Student Front," by "A Peiping Correspondent" (Nym Wales), China Weekly Review, May 23, 1936. Printed copy.

 

"On the Peiping Student Front," by "A Peiping Correspondent" (Nym Wales), China Weekly Review, June 13, 1936. Printed copy.

 

"On the Student Front in Peiping," by "A Peiping Correspondent" (Nym Wales), China Weekly Review, June 27, 1936. Printed copies.

 

"Scores of students...," untitled manuscript by N. W. (Nym Wales), undated. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

"Liu Tsui of Tsingghua," undated. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

"China's Youth in Revolt," authorship uncertain, possibly by Nym Wales, undated. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

Miscellaneous incomplete drafts

 

News dispatches, c. 1936-1937

 

Notes

 

General

 

Wang, Ju-mei (Huang, Hua)

 

Yui, David (Yu, Ch'i-wei; Huang, Ching-?)

Box 12.

Collected writings of other authors, 1936

 

"Confession of a Blue-Shirt Member," Chiu-Kuo Shih-Pao, Paris, March 20, 1936. Carbon copy of slightly different typescript versions.

 

Han, Li-sheng. "The Principle Duty of the National Salvation Movement at the Present Stage," Hseuh- sheng Hu-sheng (Student Voice Magazine), Shanghai, May 1, 1936. Typescript translation from Chinese.

 

Hsi-Hsien. "The Meaning and Duty of the Student Movement," Hseuh-sheng Hu-sheng (Student Voice Magazine), Shanghai, May 1, 1936. Typescript translation from Chinese.

 

[Peita University Student]. "Since the conclusion of the June 13th anti-imperialist movement...," [Peiping], 1936(?). Typescript.

 

Snow, Edgar. News dispatches sent to the London Daily Herald.

 

[Tsinghua University Student]. "Of course we had been expecting a raid...," March 1, 1936. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

Tsin. "A General Survey of the Student Movement since the December 9th (sec)," Hseuh-sheng Hu-sheng (Student Voice (sic) Magazine), Shanghai, May 1, 1936. Typescript translation from Chinese.

 

Wang, Ju-mei (Huang, Hua).

 

"On the 13th April...," untitled manuscript, 1936. Typescript.

 

Miscellaneous

 

Wang, Pin-tao. "The Chief Work of Students at Present," Hseuh-sheng Hu-sheng (Student Voice Magazine), Shanghai, May 1, 1936. Typescript translation from Chinese.

 

News agency releases, 1935-1936

 

Reuters

 

Tass

 

Kuo Min News

 

United Press

 

News clippings, English-language Chinese Press

 

1931-1932

 

1934-1936

 

Undated

Box 13.

Manifestos, broadsides, resolutions and appeals (in Chinese and English) issued by faculty and student associations, 1935-1936 (see also: series on Sino-Japanese conflict; and, oversize material nos. 2-7, at end of collection)

 

General

 

American Student Union

 

Chung-kuo University, Peiping

 

Cultural Circles National Liberation Association

 

Fu-tan University, Shanghai

 

Min-kuo College, Peiping

 

National Peiping University

 

National Salvation Associations

 

National Tsinghua University

 

North China Brain-Workers Association

 

Northern China Cultural Workers Association

 

Peiping People's General Assembly

 

Peiping Student Union (subsequently, Peiping Student's National Liberation Union)

Box 14.

Peita University

 

Shanghai College of Law

 

Shanghai National Salvation Union

 

Tientsin Nankai University

 

Tokyo Chinese Student National Salvation Group

 

Tungpei University

 

Union of Above Middle School Students, Peiping, Tientsin, and Paoting

 

World Student Association

 

Yenching University

 

Young Students National Salvation Group of North China

 

SINO-JAPANESE CONFLICT, 1931-1945

Box 15.

Writings of Nym Wales

 

"Japan's White Hope: Wang Ching-Wei," undated. Typescript drafts with carbon copy.

 

Collected writings

 

Chu, Teh. "Guerilla Warfare Against Japan," February 1938. Handwritten translation.

 

"Guerilla Activities of the New Fourth Army," undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Hogg, George Aylwin. "The Road," 1942. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Interview with General Chang Chun, August 11, 193(?). Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Lee, Hsiao-tung. "The Guerilla Movement in the Resistance Campaign," undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Lo, Jui-ching. "The Past and Present Political Activities of the Eighth Route Army," 1938(?). Annotated carbon copy of typescript.

 

Mao, Tse-tung. Wei cheng ch'ü ch'ien pai wan ch'ün chung chin ju k'ang jih min ts'ung i chan hsien erh tou cheng (Struggle to win over the masses to join the fight of the National United Front against the Japanese, 1937). Mimeograph.

 

Matsumuro, General. Secret Report to the Kwangtung Army, July 1936. (Spurious?) Handwritten copy; carbon copies of typescript.

 

"North China Front," communicated by G. M. Hall, August 14, 1943. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Notes on the China Situation," by I. P.(?), 1943(?). Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Outline of the political and economic changes in the Sino-Japanese war, undated. Typescript.

 

Record of the Mobilization in the Northwestern Special District for the War of Resistance," undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Report on the Sakai-Takahashi interview, May 1935. Typescript.

 

Smedley, Agnes. "China's Northwestern Front," October 1937. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Yung, (?). "The Struggle between Anti-Japanese and Pro-Japanese (sic) and Our Attitude toward the Third Plenary Session of Kuomintang," undated. Handwritten translation.

 

Miscellaneous

 

Manifestos and broadsides

 

Chung-hua min tsu chien fang hsing tung wei yüan hui. Peiping shih kung tso t'uan. Fan tui Jih-pen chin kung sui-yüan. (National Liberation Committee, Peiping Working Group. Statement, 1935?)

 

Hua pei wen hua lao tung che hsieh hui. Wei shik chü kao kuo jen shu. (Association of North China Cultural Workers, Address to the nation concerning the current situation, 1935).

 

Hua pei wen hua lao tung che hsieh hui. Wei shik chü tsai kao kuo jen. (Association of North China Cultural Workers. Second address to the nation concerning the current situation, 1936).

 

Pei-p'ing ko chieh chiu kuo lien ho hui tui shik chü hsüan yen. (Peiping National Salvation Association. Statement concerning the current situation, 1937).

 

Pei-p'ing ko chiek chiu kuo lien ho hui ch'eng li hsüan yen. (Peiping National Salvation Association. Statement on the founding of the organization, 1937). [oversize material no. 8]

 

Pei-p'ing wen hua chieh chiu kuo hui wei'i erh pa' chi nien hsüan yen (Peiping Cultural Workers National Salvation Association. Statement commemorating January 28, 1936?).

 

Pei-p'ing wen hua chieh chiu kuo hui wei fan tui Kuang- t'ien san yüan tse t'ung tien (Peiping Cultural Workers National Salvation Association. Statement against the Hirota's three principles to China, 1936).

 

Pei-p'ing wen hua chieh chiu kuo hui. Wei "erh ch'iü chi nien kao ch'üan kuo t'ung pao shu (Peiping Cultural Workers National Salvation Association. Address to the Nation commemorating February 7, 1936).

 

Shang-hai ko chieh chiu kuo hui kao t'ung pao shu (Shanghai National Salvation Association. Address to the Nation, 1935?)

 

Tung pei lü P'ing Ch'ing nien chiu kuo hui. Wei i erh chiu, i erh i liu chi nien hsüan yen (National Salvation Group of Manchurian Youth in Peiping. Statement commemorating January 29th and December 16th, 193-, with illustrations).

 

Wu Han-chen, and Fang, Yü-yen.

 

Tzu wo hsi sheng kua ming yün tung (The Movement of 'Nominal' Self-sacrifice, 193-).

 

Wu Han-chen

 

Chiu kui shih jen t'uan tsu chih kang yao (Outline of the organization of the ten-member National Salvation Group, 1935?)

 

Chih te chiu wang t'ung chih fang hsiao ti liang chung ching shen (The Two Kinds of Spirit Worthy of Imitation by the Comrades of National Salvation, 1937)

 

Miscellaneous (in Chinese)

 

Magazine and journal articles

 

General

 

Ch'ien-hsien (Frontier), February 25, 1938. Kuo-min ko-ming chün. Ti shik pa chi t'uan chün, Tsung cheng-chik pu (National Revolutionary Army. 18th Corp. Central Political Bureau.

 

Snow, Edgar.

 

"China's Japanese Allies," Asia, June 1939.

 

"What Can We Expect from China," Saturday Evening Post, date unknown.

Box 16.

News clippings

 

1931-1936

 

1937-1945

 

News agency releases and translations

 

SIAN INCIDENT, 1936

Box 17.

Guide to source material, entitled: "Notes on the Sian Incident, 1936," (1960). Mimeograph transcript of correspondence, notes, interviews, articles, and manuscripts, prepared by Nym Wales as a guide to the use of source material written and collected by her from 1936 to 1938. Two copies; 200 pages each.

Box 18.

Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow, 1936-1937

 

Carter, William, 1937

 

Gould, Randall, 1936-1937

 

Grummon, Sandra, 1936

 

Hall, Brian, 1936-1937

 

Herz, Henriette, 1936-1937

 

Li, Min, 1936

 

Liang, Hubert S., 1936

 

Ma, Hai-teh (Dr. George Hatem), 1936

 

Ma, L. O., 1936

 

MacDonald, Mr. and Mrs., 1936

 

Mitchell, Mrs., 1936

 

Peake, Cyrus H., 1937

 

Powell, J. B., 1936

 

Rock, I. F., 1936

 

Stewart, Maxwell S., 1936

 

Walsh, Richard J., 1936

 

Unidentified

 

Writings of Nym Wales, 1936-1937

 

Articles and essays

 

"Conquest by 'Peace and Order'," and "What Will China Do?" June 1936. Typescript drafts bound together.

 

"Northeastern Exiles Prepared to 'Fight Back to Old Home'." Carbon copy of typescript draft sent to J. B. Powell of the China Weekly Review, October 11, 1936.

 

"The Tungpei Army Looks Homeward!" [ October 1936]. Carbon copy of typescript draft; printed copy.

 

"The Chinese Puzzle," (November 1936). Typescript draft (incomplete).

 

"Notes on the Sianfu Situation," December 16, 1936. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

"Democracy for China," December 25, 1936; revised January 4, 1937. Typescript draft with carbon copies.

 

"Nanking's Dilemma," December 1936. Two different typescript drafts.

 

"The Crisis in China," January 14, 1937. Typescript drafts.

 

"China and Democracy," March 14(?), 1937. Typescript draft.

 

"The Present Status of the Chinese Revolution," March 9, 1937. Two typescript drafts. On the reverse side of the last page of one of the drafts there is a corrected draft of the first page of Edgar Snow's "The Reds and the Northwest."

 

Interviews

 

Sun, Li, March 9, 1936. Typescript notes.

 

Marshal Chang Hsüeh-liang, Northeastern Army Headquarters, Sian, October 3, 1936. Holograph notes; news agency release (spurious?), and news clippings (London Daily Herald and North China Star).

 

Colonel Wan Yi of the Tungpei Army, October 5, 1936. Holograph notes; typewritten transcript.

 

Wang, Dean of the Engineering College, Tungpei University, December 21, 1936. Holograph notes; typewritten transcript.

 

James Bertram, February 11, 1937. Holograph notes; typewritten transcript.

 

News dispatches sent to the London Daily Herald, October 1936. Carbon copies with holograph notes.

 

Notes

 

Collected writings of other authors, 1936-1938

 

Bertram, James

 

Interviews

 

General Yang Hu-chen, Sianfu, December 30, 1936. Typewritten transcript with telegram to Edgar Snow attached.

 

Madame Yang Hu-chen, January 12, 1937. Carbon copies of typescript with telegrams to Nym Wales and Edgar Snow attached.

 

Lei Wei Cheng manager of the provincial Bank of Shensi, January 15, 1937. Typewritten transcript.

 

News dispatches sent to the London Daily Herald, December 30, 31, 1936; January 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 11, 14, 1937.

 

"Chiang Kai-shek's Arrest," December 1937. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Japan Pussyfoots in China," c. 1937. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

"Must China Fight Japan?" c. early 1936. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

"On Leftists," c. 1937. Carbon copy of typescript draft, possibly by Liu Shao-ch'i or David Yui.

 

Smedley, Agnes. News dispatches sent from Sian, December 14, 15 (2), 17, 19, 27, 28, 29, 1936; January 3, 1937.

 

Snow, Edgar.

 

Articles

 

"Comments on Izvestia and Pravda Editorials," undated. Typescript draft.

 

"Izvestia's Comments Objectively Advantageous to Japanese Imperialism," undated. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

Interviews

 

Po Ku, delegate of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Hankow, July 23, 1938. Typewritten transcript.

 

(With Nym Wales). Miss Feng Shan, political advisor to Marshal Chang, Hong Kong, September 13, 1938. Holograph notes; typewritten transcript with carbon copies.

 

News agency releases, 1936-1937

 

Central News

 

Kuo Min News

 

People's News

 

Reuters

 

Sian News Agency

 

Tass

 

News clippings, English-language Chinese press, 1936-1937

 

Manifestos, broadsides, reports, appeals and open-letters issued by organizations and individuals with an interest in the Sian Incident, 1936-1937

 

General

 

Ch'üan kuo jen min k'ang ti chiu kuo hui. Wei Chang Hsüeh-liang chi Yang Hu-ch'eng erh chiang chün i ping chien chiang kao ch'üan kuo ko chieh t'ung pao shu. (National Anti-Japanese and National Salvation Association. An address to the nation concerning General Chang Hsüeh- liang's and General Yang Hu-Cheng's armed admonition to Chiang).

 

Hsi-pei ko chieh yung hu Chang Yang liang chiang chün chiu kuo chu chang min chung ta hui. Shih erh yüeh shih liu jih (Resolution of the general meeting of the Nation's Northwestern Community, held on December 16 in support of General Chang and General Yang's position with regard to the fate of the nation).

 

Chiu kuo shih pao. (Sheet from National Salvation Daily, number 207, December 18, 1936).

 

All China Federation of National Salvation Unions

 

Chang Hsüeh-liang, (Marshal); Yang Hu-chen, (General)

 

Chinese Communist Party

 

General

 

Chung-kuo kung ch'an tang. Pei fang chü tui Hsi-an shih pien ho p'ing chieh chüeh hsüan yen. (Chinese Communist Party, northern bureau. Statement concerning the peaceful settlement of the Sian Incident of 1936). [Oversize material no. 9]

 

Federation of National Salvation Associations of the Northeasterners (Peiping)

 

Northwestern National Salvation Association

 

General

 

Hsi pei ko chieh chiu kuo lien ho hui. Hsüan ch'üan pu. Wei yung hu Chang Yang liang chiang chün chiu kuo chu chang hsüan yen. (National Salvation Association statement to support the assertion of national salvation by General Chang and General Yang).

 

Hsi pei ko chieh chiu kuo lien ho hui. Hsüan ch'uan pu. üI erh i erhü chi nien hsüan ch'uan ta kang. (National Salvation Association. Publicity Bureau. Outline of the publicity work in commemoration of 'One-two, One-two' December 12). [Oversize material no. 10]

 

Northwestern National Salvation Association (Contd.)

 

Hsi pei ko chieh chiu kuo lien ho hui; kao ko tang ko p'ai shu (Letter to all parties and factions from the National Salvation Association). [Oversize material no. 11]

 

Miscellaneous

 

CHINESE COMMUNISTS, 1936-1945

Box 19.

Guide to source material on Chinese Communists, entitled: "(Notes on) My Yenan Notebooks," (1961). Mimeograph transcript of correspondence, interviews, manuscripts and notes, prepared by Nym Wales as a guide to the use of source material written and collected by her during 1937-1938. The appendix contains a nearly complete bibliography of her works, a vita, and selected passages from articles and book reviews about her life and literary works. One copy; 262 pages.

Box 20.

Personal correspondence between Nym Wales and Edgar Snow, 1937-1939

 

Writings of Nym Wales

 

Diaries and notebooks, 1937-1938

 

Number 1, June 1-20, 1937

 

Number 2, May 16-June 15, 1937

 

Number 3, May 12-(?), 1937, autograph of Hsiao K'eh attached

 

Number 4, May 21-25(?), 1937

 

Number 5, May 15-17(?), 1937

 

Number 6, May 20-26, 1937

 

Number 7A, August 9, 1937

 

Number 8B, July 23, 1937

 

Number 9, August 14-15, 1937

 

Number 10, June 10(?)-21, 1937

 

Number 11, June 13-16, 1937

 

Number 12, June 22-29, 1937

 

Number 13, July 3-14(?), 1937

 

Number 14, June 29-(?), 1937

 

Number 15, June 1-8(?), 1937

 

Number 16, May 4-31, 1937

 

Number 17, April 21-May 5, 1937

Box 21.

Number 18, April 22-May 28, 1937, with three letters from Nym Wales to Edgar Snow attached

 

Number 19, September 1-(?), 1937

 

Number 20, May 5-11(?), 1937

 

Unnumbered, June 12, 1937

 

Unnumbered, August 11 or 13, 1937, interview with Mao Tse-tung on negotiations with the Nanking government and the war with Japan

 

Unnumbered, August 18, 1937, interview with Tung Pi-wu

 

Unnumbered, August 19, 1937, interview with Chang Wen-ping

 

Unnumbered, September-October 1937, with two letters from Nym Wales to Edgar Snow attached

 

Unnumbered, 1938, Shanghai

 

Unnumbered, July 27-(?), 1938, Shanghai

 

Unnumbered, 1937(?)

 

Unidentified

 

Books

 

Inside Red China, (1939). Carbon copy of typescript draft, including material not used in the published version.

 

Articles, essays, and compilations

 

"The Passing of the Chinese Soviets," August 1937. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

"Who's Who in Communist China (A List of 70 of the Most Important Political and Military Leaders of the Chinese Communist Movement...)." Carbon copy of typescript draft.

 

Biographical profiles of Chinese Communist leaders. Typescript and carbon copy of typescript drafts with annotations; 36 pages.

 

Lists of Chinese Communist leaders according to place of origin, education, and socio-economic background. Typescript and carbon copy of typescript drafts.

 

List of Chinese Communist political leaders killed or expelled since 1927. Typescript draft.

 

List of thirty women who took part in the Long March. Typescript.

 

Interviews

 

Chou, En-lai, June 22, 1937. Typewritten transcript; revised carbon copy for new release.

 

Mao, Tse-tung, August 13, 1937. Typewritten transcript.

 

Wu, Liang P'ing, August 8, 1937. Typewritten transcript ("censored by Mao Tse-tung").

 

Miscellaneous

Box 22.

Collected writings of other authors and organizations

 

Bertram, James. Interview with Mao Tse-tung, October 25, 1937. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript.

 

Chen, Tu-shiu. "Money or Service from Everyone!" January 1938? Mimeograph.

 

Chinese Soviet Republic

 

Chu hsi pei pan shih ch'u (Northwest Office of the Chinese Soviet Republic).

 

[Chung hua su wei ai jen min kung ho kuo] Chung yang cheng fu [chu] hsi pei pan shih ch'u ming ling-kuan yü chieh sheng liang shih. (Instructions concerning grain saving). Handwritten [Oversize material no. 12].

 

Chung-hua su wei ai jen min kung ho kuo chung yang cheng fu chu hsi pei pan shih ch'u pu kao-ch'u li shih yen pu pi teng kung ku su ch'ü chin jung ti chu ti pan fa-. (Concrete methods for handling table salt and cloth in order to consolidate finance in the region). Mimeograph. [Oversize material no. 13]

 

Chung-hua su wei ai jen min kung ho kuo chung yang cheng fu chu hsi pei pan shih ch'u tu ti pu hsun ling-wei hsia keng hsia shou wen ti (Instructions from the Land Development of the Northwest Office concerning problems of summer cultivation and winter harvest, May 1936). Handwritten.

 

Chung-hua su wei ai jen min kung ho kuo chung yang cheng fu chu shi pei pan shih ch'u tu ti pu hsün ling-wei ch'un keng yün tung (Instructions from the Land Development concerning the spring cultivations, January 1936). Handwritten

 

Chung-hua su wei ai jen min kung ho kuo chung yang cheng fu [chu] hsi pei pan shih ch'u pu kao-wei fa chan hsü mu yeh pao hu mu yang shih (Notice concerning the development of animal husbandry and the protection of ewes. January 1936). Handwritten. [Oversize material no. 14].

 

Chung-hua su wei ai jen min kung ho kuo chung yang cheng fu chu hsi pei pan shih ch'u tu ti pu pu kao-wei pan fa tu ti cheng (Notice concerning the distribution of land certificates, January 1936). Mimeograph. [Oversize material no. 15].

 

Chung-hua su wei ai jen min kung ho kuo chung yang cheng fu [chu] hsi pei pan shih ch'u tu ti pu hsün ling-wei tsu chih lao tung hu chu she (Instructions from the Land Department concerning the organization of labor cooperatives, March 1936). Mimeograph. [Oversize material no. 16].

 

Chung-hua su wei ai kung ho kuo lin shih chung yang cheng fu hsi pei pan shih ch'u pu kao (Notice concerning economic policy signed by Ch'in Pan-hsien and Lin Po-ch'u, December 1935). Mimeograph. [Oversize material no. 17].

 

Chung-hsa su wei ai king ho kuo chung yang cheng fu chu hsi pei pan shih ch'u hsün ling (Notice concerning public finances signed by Ch'in Pang-hsien, November 1935). Handwritten.

 

Kuo-min ching-chi pu (Ministry of Finance)

 

Chung-yang kuo-min ching-chi pu t'ung chih- kuan-yü mu-ch'ien ho-tso she tsu-chih kung-tso wen-t'i (Notice concerning the recent problems in the work organization of the cooperatives, 1936). Mimeograph.

 

Chung-yang kuo-min ching-chi pu t'ung kao kuan-yü yün-yen wen-t'i (Notice concerning the transportation of table salt, 1936). Mimeograph.

 

Shen pei sheng ko hsien lao tung hu chu she chi fu nü hsüeh hsi sheng chan tsu ti tsu shu jen shu ho chung tzu chi mien tzu ti fen p'ei piao (Statistics concerning agricultural cooperative groups in Shenpei province, 1936). Handwritten.

 

Shen pai sheng Su yenan teng ch'i hsien jen k'ao tiao ch'a t'ung chi i lan piao (Population statistics from Shenpei province, 1936). Handwritten.

 

Ts'ai-cheng pu. Chan-hsing chin-k'u tiao-li (Treasury regulations, 1936). Mimeograph.

 

Chou, En-lai.

 

"How to Carry on a Protracted War," February 1938? Mimeograph in English.

 

"On the People's Congress," undated. Carbon copy of typescript in English.

 

Chu, Teh. Chung-kuo king nung hung chun. Hung chün tsung ssu ling pu ming ling (Proclamation of November 1935 from the headquarters of the Red Army encouraging defection among Nationalist army personnel). Mimeograph. [Oversize material no. 18].

 

Chung-kuo kung ch'an tang (Communist Party of China)

 

Chung yang wei yüan hui. Chung kuo kung ch'an tang chih chung-kuo kuo min tang shu (letter from the Central Committee of the Communist Party to the Kuomintang concerning the United Front against Japan, August 1936). Mimeograph with English translation attached.

 

Chung yang wei yüan hui. Chung yang kuan yü t'u ti cheng tse ti chih shih (Notice from the Central Committee concerning land policy, 1936). Mimeograph.

 

Hsi pei chung yang ch'u. Kuan yu chih hsing kai pein fu nung tse lueh chi ko chi kung ch'an tang yu su wei ai ti chih shih (Notice from the Northwest Bureau of the Communist Party concerning the policy on the transportation of rich peasants [1936]). Handwritten.

 

Chung-kuo kung nung hung chün.

 

Ts'ung Wu Han tao Ching-kang shan (From Wu-Han to Ching Kan Shan. The First Page in the History of the Growth of the Red Army, 193-). Carbon copy of handwritten manuscript with English translation. [Oversize material no. 19]

 

Ti i chün-t'uan ssu-ling pu. Hung-i chün-t'uan tsai fan-kung chung so ching-ko ti chan-tou piao (Instruction from the headquarters of the First Chinese Worker and Peasant Red Army. List of Battles, 1935?). Handwritten [Oversize Material no. 20].

 

"Fundamental Problems of the Chinese Revolution," undated lecture series notes. Handwritten and typescript.

Box 23.

Hearn, Laurence. Book review of Edgar Snow's Red Star Over China. Typescript.

 

Hsüeh-feng and Hsiao-p'eng. Lou-shan kuan ch'ien hou (Personal narratives of the events before and after the capture of Lou Shan pass, 1935). Handwritten with typescript English translation.

 

Hsiao, Hua. Kuo ch'ü ti wo ("I Was" - Biography of Communist Party member, 1936?). [Oversize material no. 21].

 

I chiu san san Chung-kuo ching chi wei chi ti chien jui hua (Critical economic conditions in China based on a statistical survey by a Communist economist, c. 193-). Carbon copy of handwritten manuscript.

 

I chün t'uan wen-fang chan tou (The Battle of Wen-fang, 1934?). Carbon copy of handwritten manuscript with typescript English translation.

 

Lin, Tzu-han. Report to the Border Region People's Congress, undated. Mimeograph.

 

Mao, Tse-tung.

 

Appeal to Chinese Moslems for support, 1936. Mimeograph in Arabic.

 

"Democracy and Revolution"/"The Obligation of the Chinese Anti-Japanese National United Front at the Present Stage," April 1, 1937. Typescript.

 

"Mission of the Chinese Revolution after the Reunion of the Chinese Communist Party and Kuomintang," November 1937?. Mimeograph.

 

Speech (abstract) delivered before the Northwest Youth Salvation Representatives Congress, April 12, 1937. Carbon copy of typescript in English.

 

Mao Tse-tung kuan yü t'ing chan k'ang Jih chih t'an hua (Talks by Mao concerning the ceasefire of the civil war and the fight against Japan, 193-). Mimeograph.

 

"North China Unconquered," by C.P.(?), June 1943. Typescript with carbon copy.

 

Pang, Teh hwei. "Conditions of Our Ultimate Victory in the Protracted War," December 1937(?). Mimeograph.

 

"Reconstruction in Shensi-Kansu-Ninghsia Border Region," June 1942. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript of editorials and letters.

 

Report on the Activities of the Red Armies, December 1936. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Report on the Central Hopei People's Self Defense Armies and the Political Organization which They are Fostering," March 1938.

 

Shen-pei kung ch'an tang fa chan ti kai k'ang (Report on the development of the Communist Party in Northern Shensi, 1937?). Carbon copy of handwritten manuscript.

 

Shih-Ming. "Theory and Task of the New Political Stage--summarized from the 'New Stage' written by Mao Tse-tung," undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Snow, Edgar.

 

Interview (partial) with Chou En-lai, 1943-1944(?). Carbon copy of typescript transcript.

 

Notes on the organization and activities of the Chinese Red Army. Handwritten and typescript.

 

"The Reds and the Northwest," January 21, 1937. Read before the Men's Forum of the Peking Union Church; published in the Shanghai Evening Post & Mercury, February 3, 4, 5, 1937. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript; printed copies.

 

"Will China Become a Russian Satellite?" Saturday Evening Post, date unknown. Printed copy.

 

"Ten Years of the Red Army," undated. Handwritten translation.

 

Wen Pin and Hsu Meng ch'iu. T'sung Hsi-ch'ang pa tzu tao An-shun ch'ang... (From Hsi-ch'ing-pa to An-shun-ch'ing, 1936). Handwritten.

 

Yang, Te-chih. Chiang wo ti li shih hsieh tsai hsia mien (Autobiography, c. 1936). Handwritten.

 

Magazine and journal articles

 

News clippings

 

Book marks, with portraits of Chinese Communist leaders and writers, 1937

 

Miscellaneous

 

CHINESE LITERATURE, c. 1930-1937

Box 24.

Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow, 1934-1937

 

Bennett, James W., c. 1937

 

Carter, William D., 1937

 

Chia, Wu, 1937

 

Hall, Brian, 1936-1937

 

Henle, Mr., 1935

 

Herz, Henriette, 1936-1937

 

Hsiao, Ch'ien, c. 1936-1937

 

Hsu, S. S.; Lu Shun Memorial Committee, 1937

 

Lahmann, John, 1937

 

Leiper, Maria, 1937

 

Lin, Yutang, 1935

 

Mao, Tun, undated

 

Marshall, A. Calder, 1937

 

Pa, Chin, 1936-1937

 

Peake, Cyrus H., 1937

 

Sun, Hsi-chen, 1935

 

Wen, Dr. Yuan-ming(?), 1934

 

Yuan, Ping, c. 1936-1937

 

Yuan, C. P., 1937

 

Unidentified

 

Writings of Nym Wales

 

Articles and essays

 

"The Modern Chinese Literary Movement," June 1936. Typescript and carbon copy drafts; outlines; printed copy. Appeared as an essay in Living China.

 

Bibliography for Living China. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"The New Literature of 'Living China'," 1936. Typescript.

 

"Literature and Revolution in China," February 9, 1937. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Salute to Lu Shun," February 9, 1937. Co-authored and edited by Edgar Snow for Democracy magazine. Typescript with carbon copy.

 

"The Chinese Short Story," undated. Typescript.

 

"Artists and Arms," undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Book reviews

 

Notes, manuscript fragments, outlines

 

Book review of Living China, edited by Edgar Snow with an essay by Nym Wales

Box 25.

Collected correspondence

 

China League of Left Writers, 1935

 

Franklin, Cecil, 1937

 

Leiper, Maria; Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1937

 

Postgate, Raymond, undated

 

Miscellaneous

 

Collected writings of other authors (short stories, plays, poems, autobiographical sketches, articles, etc.)

 

Ai, Wu

 

Buck, Pearl S.

 

Chang, T'ien-yi

 

Chang, Tzu P'ing

 

Chen, H. C.

 

Chen, L. J.

 

Ch'en, Shou-yi

 

Chen, Ta-jin

 

Cheng, Nung

 

Chung, Tang

 

Fei, Jen-tze

 

Hahn, Emily

 

Howard, Harry Paxton

 

Hsiao, Hung

 

Hsiao, K. C.

 

Hsiung, S. I.

 

Hsu, Ti-shan

 

Hsu, Tsin-wen

 

Hsu, Wen

 

Hu, Shih

 

Hu, Yeh-p'ing

 

Irwin, Richard

 

Kao Tao

 

Lao, Shiang

 

League of Left Writers of China

 

Leung, George Kin

 

Lin, Yutang

 

Ling, Hsu Hua

 

Liu, Chu Chien

Box 26.

Lu, Shun (Lu, Sin; Chou, Shu-jen)

 

Mao, Tun

 

Mei, Chung Fu

 

Mu, Shih-ying

 

Pa, Chin

 

Ping, Hsi (Miss Icy Heart)

 

Sha, Ting

 

Shen, Ts'ung-wen

 

Shih, Ming (Yang, Ping)

 

Siao, Emi

 

Snow, Edgar

 

Living China (1937). "Introduction" and biographical sketches of Chinese authors. Carbon copies of typescript drafts.

 

"Introduction" to an unidentified work on Lu Shun. Annotated typescript drafts.

 

Interview with Lu Shun. Typewritten transcript and holograph notes.

 

Sun, Hsi-chen

 

Tai, Ping-wan

 

T'ien, Chun (Hsiao, Chun)

 

Ting, Ling

 

Tsao, Yu

 

Tu, Fu

 

Wang, Che-fu

 

Wei, Chun-I

 

Wells, Laura Preston

 

Wu, Ch'iang

 

Wu, K. T.

 

Yang, Kang (Yang Ping?)

Box 27.

Yao, Hsing-nung

 

Yeh, Tzu

 

Yu, P'ing-pe

 

Yu, Ta-fu

 

Miscellaneous poems and short stories

 

Biographical material

 

Chang, Tzu p'ing

 

Chu, Hsiang

 

Hsiao, Ch'ien

 

Hsiao, Hung (Chang Nai-ying)

 

Hsu, Tsin

 

Hu, Shih

 

Jou, Shih

 

Lu, Shun

 

Mu, Mu-t'ien

 

Pa, Chin

 

Shen, Yen-ping

 

Shih, Ming

 

Tien, Han

 

Ting, Ling

 

Tzo, Mo Hus

 

List of Chinese writers killed or imprisoned in the 1920's and 1930's, prepared by Mao Tun

 

List of members of the board of directors of the Chinese National Writers and Artists Association

 

Miscellaneous notes and clippings

 

CHINESE ART, c. 1929-1936.

Box 28.

Guide to source material, entitled: "Notes on Left-Wing Painters and Modern Art in China," (1960). Mimeograph transcript of correspondence, notes, manuscripts, and articles, prepared by Nym Wales as a guide to the use of source material written and collected by her on left-wing painters and poets. One copy; 59 pages.

 

Correspondence of Nym Wales, 1935-1936

 

Cheng, Chen-to, 1935

 

China Today, 1935

 

Herz, Henriette, 1935-1936

 

Lin, Yutang, 1935

 

Snow, Edgar, 1935

 

Walsh, Richard J., 1935-1936

 

Wang, Chün-chü, 1934-1936

 

Yang, Ping, undated

 

Yang, Hsing-nung, 1935-?

 

Miscellaneous and unidentified

 

Writings of Nym Wales, c. 1932-1935

 

Articles and essays

 

"An Exhibition of Paintings of Liu Hai-Sou," China Critic, November 3, 1932. Printed copy.

 

"Revolutionary Art in China," 1935. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Chinese Artists Turn to the Masses," 1935. Published as "China's New Art" in Asia, July 1935. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Revolution in China's Art," undated. Typescript draft.

 

Notes on left-wing painters and poets

 

Collected writings of other authors

 

Wang, Chün-chü.

 

"The Four Gentlemen of China," Asia, December 1935. Edited with an introduction by Nym Wales. Carbon copy of typescript; printed copy.

 

"Present Day China's Art," 1934. Authorship not entirely certain. Handwritten manuscript in Chinese; typewritten translation in English.

 

Translations of "Left-Wing" poetry, c. 1934-1936

 

Translations of communications by Association des Ecrivains et Artistes Revolutionaires and Andre Viollis

 

Biographical material

 

Liu, Hai-Sou

 

Wang, Chün-chü

 

GENERAL SUBJECT FILE, c. 1930-1950

Box 29.

American Brotherhood for Cooperative Democracy

 

American Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression

 

American Labour Fund for Aid to China, Board of Custody

 

General

 

Wales, Nym. Memorandum on the use of American labor's funds in China. Typescript draft with carbon copy.

 

Americans in Shanghai, evacuation plan

 

Anglo-Russian relations

 

Baguio, Philippine Islands, directory

 

Bertram, James, biographical material

 

Bethune, Norman, biographical material

 

Chin tribes

 

China

 

General

 

News Clippings

 

Magazine and journal articles

 

Commerce

 

Constitutions

 

Chung-hua min kuo hsien fa ts'ao an (Draft of constitution, 1936).

 

Description and travel

 

Wales, Nym. "Christmas in a Chinese Temple," undated. Carbon copy of typescript article draft.

 

Economic conditions

 

General

 

Ch'uan kuo ts'oi cheng kui i, Nanking. Kuomintang tsai Nan-ching kai ti ts'ai cheng hui i (Kuomintang Financial Convention, Nanking. "Again some arbitrary propaganda," 1934). Carbon copy of handwritten manuscript.

 

Famines

 

Ch'iang mi feng ch'ao feng yuan ch'uan kuo (Problems of famine in China, c. 193-). Carbon copy of handwritten manuscript.

 

History

 

Pre-1900

 

Civil War, 1945-1949

 

General

 

Lindsay, Michael. "Who Will Win the Civil War in China?" Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Wales, Nym. "The Question of Civil War in China," c. 1943? Typescript article draft.

 

Industries

 

General

 

Alley, Rewi. "The Genius of China as seen in the Unit," August 1946. Carbon copy of typescript; printed copy.

Box 30.

Maps

 

Politics and government

 

General

 

Chang Lan. "China Needs True Democracy," 1943?. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

"Freedom of Thought and the Ordinary Rule of Running a Government," undated. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

List of hsiens in Hunan with note from T. K. Wong to Edgar Snow attached.

 

Price and wage indexes

 

Theater and the arts

 

Women, role in society and state

 

China Aid Council

 

China Council

 

China Defense League

 

General

 

Posters

 

Chinese Association of Labor

 

Chinese in New Zealand, article by G. T. (?) and Rewi Alley

 

Chinese in the Pacific (Fiji to Hawaii), article by Rewi Alley

 

Chinese language. Hua pai hsin wen tzu yun tung Kai K'uang (The New Chinese Character Movement in Northern China, 1937?) Handwritten

 

Chinese Journalists Association, manifesto

 

Chinese students abroad, regulations

 

Citizens Committee to Repeal Chinese Exclusion and Place Immigration on a Quota Basis

 

Citizens Committee to Welcome Madame Chiang Kai-shek

 

Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy

 

Committee for a Democratic Policy toward China

 

Confucianism

 

General

 

Snow, Edgar. Notes on Confucian revival in China

 

Wales, Nym.

 

"Back to Confucius," 1930's. Typescript article draft.

 

"New Life in Old China," 1930's. Carbon copy of typescript article draft.

 

Democracy magazine (1937)

 

Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow

 

Project material, including brief writings of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow

 

Donald, William Henry, biographical material

Box 31.

East and West Association, report

 

Education - China

 

General

 

Peiping wen-hua chieh chiu-kuo hui. Fei-ch'ang shih- chi chiao-yü kang-ling (Peiping Cultural Circles National Salvation Group. Outline for Education in Time of Emergency, 1936?) Printed copy.

 

Fascism

 

General

 

Japan

 

China (Blue Shirt Society)

 

Snow, Edgar. "The Meaning of Fascism," Peiping Chronicle, January 9, 1935. Printed copy.

 

Wales, Nym.

 

"Confucian Fascism," c. 1930's. Typescript article draft.

 

"Fascism in China," c. 1930's. Typescript article draft.

 

"Fascist Development in China," c. 1930's. Typescript article draft.

 

"The Fascist Movement in China," c. 1930's. Typescript article draft.

 

"Kuomintang China: A Study in Colonial 'Sub-Fascism'," c. 1930's. Typescript article draft.

 

Miscellaneous notes and drafts

 

France in the 1930's, clippings and articles

 

German interests in China

 

Germany in the 1930's, clippings and articles

 

Great Britain in the 1930's, clippings and articles

 

Hahn, Emily, biographical material

 

Hogg, George Aylwin, biographical material. Includes a sketch by Wales, Nym. "About George Aylwin Hogg," December 1942. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Japan

 

Korea

 

General

 

Changsoon Kim. "What About Korea?" January, 1945. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Wales, Nym.

 

"Korea--America's Forgotten Ally," c. 1942. Carbon copies of typescript.

 

"Korea is to be Free and Independent," undated. Typescript (incomplete).

 

"Rebel Korea," c. 1941-1942. Carbon copy of typescript.

 

Revision of an article on Korea for Britannica Junior

 

Notes

 

Labouring Mutual Aid Society

 

Literary criticism and book reviews

 

General

 

Wales, Nym. "Dissenting Opinions" column in the Saturday Review of Literature, January 31, 1942. Printed copy.

Box 32.

Manchuria

 

Banditry, 1935

 

Description and travel

 

Politics and government, organizational chart of the Manchoukuo government

 

Mitford Chemical Works

 

Mohammed

 

Mongolia

 

National War Fund

 

New China Information Committee

 

New Life Movement

 

General

 

Gould, Randall. "A Foreigner Looks at the New Life Movement," Tien Hsia Monthly, November, 1936.

 

Old China Hands, roster

 

Opium

 

Philippine Civic League

 

Philippine Islands

 

Refugees and war relief - China, including material on International Peace Hospitals

 

Shanghai

 

General

 

Maps and descriptions

 

Shanghai Municipal Council. Regulation of Industrial Conditions, annual report for 1934-1936

 

Shanghai-Hangchow-Ningpo Railroad

 

Snow, Edgar and S. Y. Livingston. "Hangchow and Beyond," 1929(?). Reprint

 

Soong family, biographical material

 

Soviet-Japanese Neutrality Pact. Includes an article by Wales, Nym, "The Soviet-Japanese Pact and the Far East," undated. Typescript draft.

 

Teheran Conference

 

United Peace Alliance

 

U.S. relations (general) with China

 

U.S. relations (general) with Japan

 

General

 

Snow, Edgar. "Must We Beat Japan First?" Saturday Evening Post, October 24, 1942. Printed copy.

 

U.S. relations (general) with Philippine Islands

 

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

 

Y.W.C.A. of China

 

Miscellaneous

 

GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE OF NYM WALES AND EDGAR SNOW, 1935-1954

Box 34.

Araneta, Salvador; Philippine Civic League, 1940

 

Changsoon, Kim; Korean American Cultural Association, 1942-1943

 

Dudley, Marion, 1942

 

Fortune Magazine; William D. Gear, 1942

 

Fullsea, Wang, 1939

 

Gould, Randall, 1941

 

Griffin, David, 1940

 

Herz, Henriette, 1935, 1937, 1944

 

Hsu, M. S., 1939

 

Joy, Charles R.; Unitarian Service Committee, 1944

 

Ladies Home Journal; Helen Schofield Luckas, 1954

 

Lapwood, E. Ralph and Nancy; via the American Friends Service Committee, 1951

 

Li, Min, 1939, 1943-1944, 1950

 

Lim, Sian-tek, 1939-1940 (?)

 

Lin, Jui chen, 1938

 

London Daily Herald; Francis Williams, 1937

 

National City Bank (Peiping), 1937

 

Petrova, A., secretary to the ambassador, Embassy of the U.S.S.R., Washington, D. C., 1942

 

Phillips, Dorothea, 1940

 

Powell, J. B., 1936-1937

 

Sun, Madame Yat-sen, (Soong Ching Ling); China Defense League, 1939

 

Walsh, Richard J., 1944-?

 

William, Maurice; Sun Yat-Sen Day Project, 1944

 

Worcester, Elizabeth, 1940

 

Miscellaneous and unidentified

 

MISCELLANY

Box 34.

Greeting cards, calling cards, shopping lists, menus, receipts, notes

 

Notebooks on the Silesian Loan Question (1735-1756)

Box 35.

Stencils (inked)

 

"Notes on the Beginnings of the Industrial Cooperatives"

Box 36.

"Notes on the Chinese Student Movement, 1935-1937"

Box 37.

"Notes on the Sian Incident, 1936"

 

INCREMENT, MARCH l985

Box 38.

Photocopies of miscellaneous printed matter, l984, relating mostly to Chinese industrial co-operatives

 

INCREMENT, JUNE l985

Box 38-39.

Definitive typescript draft of N. Wales' memoirs My China Years, along with a printed copy, l984; a typescript manuscript entitled Profiles from China; and photocopies of miscellaneous correspondence and printed matter, l98l-l985, relating mostly to Chinese industrial co-operatives

 

INCREMENT, MARCH 1987

Box 39.

Photocopies of excerpts of Nym Wales' essays of 1982 entitled "Long Thoughts," plus a preface to those essays, written in January 1987; of a letter from Huang Hua to Edgar Snow and Nym Wales, dated 4 October 1944, relating to conditions in Yenan; and of a letter from Nym Wales to a peace activist, dated 21 March 1981

 

INCREMENT, OCTOBER 1987

Box 39.

Photocopies of correspondence, statements, book reviews, and clippings, 1981-1987, and photographs (Envelope AI), 1987, relating to an exhibit in Xi'an, China, entitled "Helen Snow in China," honoring Helen Foster Snow on her 80th birthday and celebrating the 50th anniversary of her trip to Yenan, and to Helen Foster Snow's writings

 

INCREMENT, MAY 1988

Box 40.

Printed copy of N. Wales' memoirs My China Years, 1985

 

REMOVED FROM VAULT, NOVEMBER 1986

Box 41.

Glass plate negative and 2 prints of charcoal sketch frescos of the Red Army, c. 1930s, by Wang Chun-chu

 

OVERSIZE MATERIAL.

Box 42.

Twenty-one items listed under appropriate headings in container list

 

INCREMENT, NOVEMBER 1989

Box 43.

Typewritten manuscript by N. Wales entitled: "Long Thoughts, 1989: Essay Memoirs," 1989; and 4 publications, 1985-1989, with chapters on N. Wales (in Chinese and Korean)

 

INCREMENT, JUNE 1990

Box 44-49.

Typewritten manuscripts, 1969-1990, relating to Chinese politics and society and to American history

 

INCREMENT, JULY 1990

Box 49.

Writings and photocopies of photographs, 1990

Oversize Tape cabinet

1 videotape cassette and 1 folder of material relating to an exhibit on Helen Foster Snow, which opened in Beijing on July 10, 1987

 

INCREMENT, SEPTEMBER 1991

Box 49.

Writings, correspondence, and clippings, 1989-1991, relating to the life of Helen Foster Snow, to Chinese politics and society, and to American history

 

INCREMENT, MAY 1992

Box 50-53.

Writings, correspondence, notes, speeches and articles by others, news dispatches, and clippings, 1932-1992, relating to various aspects of Helen Foster Snow's life, including her return to China in 1972, and of the history of China, England, and New England

 

INCREMENT, DECEMBER 1992

Box 54-61.

Essays, short stories, notes, poems, and correspondence, 1980-1992, relating to various aspects of Helen Foster Snow's life, to Chinese society and politics, and to early American history. Includes biographical information and photocopies of photographs

 

AUDIO-VISUAL, PHOTOGRAPHS.

Physical Description: (1268 photos, 17 photo postcards, 9 copies of printed photos, 4 photo bookplates, and 205 negative strips, 3 albums / 33 envelopes, 1 album box.
58002 - 10.A-V, Envelope A

1 envelope of typewritten notes concerning the photos in the collection. Most of the notes are in the form of captions for aprticular photos; however, they should be used with caution as there are certain inconsistencies. undated

Envelope B

5 photos of Helen Foster Snow (Nym Wales). circa 1930-1954

Envelope C

4 photos of Ida Pruitt at various Indusco (Chinese Industrial Cooperative) centers during the late 1930's or early 1940's.

Envelope D

13 photos of Rewi Alley at various Indusco (Chinese Industrial Cooperative) centers during the late 1930's or early 1940's.

Envelope E

1 photo of Edgar Snow and O.J. Todd, 1931; 1 photo of Edgar Snow with the Headquarters company on the 1st Division, First Army Corps, First Front Red Army, circa 1936-1937.

Envelope F

2 photos of Chou En-lai; 5 photos of Chu Teh; and 1 photo of Lin Piao, circa 1930's.

Envelope G

6 photos of Mao Tse-tung; 1 photo of Mao and Ho Tzu-chien; 2 photos of Mao and Chu Teh; 1 photo of Mao, Chu Teh, and Agnes Smedley; 3 photo of Mao, Chu Teh, and Kuomintang representatives during "United Front" discussions. All of the above photos are from C. 1930's. In addition to the above photos of Mao, there are four others located in the special display folder. These include; 2 photos of Mao, circa 1936-1937; 1 group photo of Red Army veterans which includes Mao and Lin Piao, circa 1936; and, 1 photo of Po Ku, Chou En-lai, Chu Teh, and Mao, circa 1930's. (Consult the deputy archivist with regard to these photos)

Envelope H

Individual photos of: Li Min; Lin Yutang; Jimmy en; Ch'en Ming-hsu; Seo Kiu-leung; Chu Pui-teh; H.S. "Newsreel" Wong; Chang Yen-ching; Ting Chien-hsui; Lo Chen-yu; Feng Yu-hsiang; H.H. Chen; Han Ying (2 prints); Fan Wen-ping; Fu Chiu Kuei; Chiang Kai-shek (photo postcard); Hsiao Ching-uang; Hsu Hsi-tung (2 prints); Hsiao K'eh (4 prints_); Ho Lung; Chang Wen-ping; Lin Pai-chu; Chang Chao-lin; Tso Chuan; David Yui (Yu Ch'i wei/Huang Ching?); Hsieh Chu Tsai; Peng Teh-hui; Hsu Teh-li; Chiang Ming (Chiang Chi-rak/ Kim San); Wang Chen; Li Fu Chun; Hsu Hsiang-chien; Wang Liang; Li Hsien-chen. undated

Envelope I

Group photos of Central Executive Committee, Second Soviet Congress, 1934; Wang Chen and to "shao kuei"; Red Army University group, April, 1937; Chu Teh and Kuomintang representatives; Chu Teh, Tso Chuan, Peng Teh-huai, hsiao K'eh, and Ho Lung; Li Ke-nung and others; Fang Wen-ping and Sun Jen-chuing; Hsiao K'eh and ho Lung; Commanders of the Eighth Route Army; 25th, 26th, 27th Red Armies; Delegation from Nanking to Chinese Soviets; Red Army Youth group; Northwest Youth Group.

Envelope J-mJ vii

167 photos of scenes of Chinese Communist Areas. 1936-1937

Envelope K-K'

177 photos of student movement demonstrations. 1935-1936

Envelope L

12 photos of the student movement including 29th Route Army at Ching Lungshan with student marchers (4 prints); Wang Ju-mei (Huang Hua); Wang Ju-mei (Huang Hua and Constance Chang (2 prints); Constance Chang; H.S. "Newsreel" Wong; Liu Tsui; Frank Smothers; Kuo Wei-hung. undated

Envelope M

57 photos of the Sian Incident and the 8th Route Army by James Bertram (?) circa 1936

Envelope N

260 photos of Indusco (Chinese Industrial Cooperative) activities. circa late 1930's and 1940's

Envelope O

158 photos of Indusco (Chinese Industrial Cooperative) activities. circa late 1930's and 1940's

Envelope P

46 photos of Indusco (Chinese Industrial Cooperative) activities. circa late 1930's and 1940's

Envelope Q

49 photos and 7 photo postcards of Indusco (Chinese Industrial Cooperative) activities. circa late 1930's and 1940's

Envelope R

40 photos of Indusco (Chinese Industrial Cooperative) activities. circa late 1930's and 1940's

Envelope S

54 photos of Indusco (Chinese Industrial Cooperative) activities by George Hogg(?). circa 1930's and 1940's

Envelope T

15 photos of Philippine Islands Indusco activities. circa early 1940's

Envelope U

20 photos, 4 photo postcards, and 9 printed copies of photos of paintings by "left-wing" painters of Peking. circa 1930's

Envelope V

16 photos, 4 negatives, and 6 photo postcards of the art works of Wang Chun-chu. circa early 1930's

Envelope W

4 prints of charcoal drawings by Wang Chun-Chu. 1 magazine clipping about the drawings. 1 note written by Nym Wales about the drawings. undated

Envelope mX

2 woodcuts and 1 charcoal sketch by unidentified Chinese artists, circa 1930's and 1940's. 25 ink drawings of the Long March by Chinese participants. Drawings presented to Nym Wales in Yenan in 1937. (Key to drawings in envelope) originals in box 65.

Note

Digital use copies are available on workstations in the reading room. In addition, the sketches have been published in Chang zheng hua ji / Huang Zhen hui, a copy of which is available in the Hoover Library (link to catalog record: http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/6722695 ).
Envelope Y

Individual photos of: Liu Hai-Sou; Mei Lun Fong (2 prints); Wang Chun-chu; Hsiao Ai-mi, Ting Ling, and Hu Man (Wang Chun-chu-?) undated

Envelope Z

15 photos of activities involving the Korean Village of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, the Central Normal College of Seoul, South Korea, Louise Yim Han, and Soon Kyo Hahn. undated

Envelope AA

25 Japanese photos of Manchuria and Mongolia (?); 4 photos of an exhibit of Chinese art and posters, Baguio, Philippine Islands; 25 miscellaneous and unidentified photos; 4 photographic bookplates. undated

Envelope mAB

27 prints of Chinese scenes. circa 1935-1940

Envelope AC

48 prints of Chinese scenes. undated

Envelope AD

41 prints of Chinese scenes undated

Envelope AE

42 prints of Chinese scenes undated

Envelope AF

Prints of: Mao Tse-tung (4); Chou En-lai (2); Chu Teh (1); Mao Tse-tung and Chu Teh (2); Po Ku, Chou En-lai, Chu Teh, and Mao Tse-tung (1); Mao Tse-tung and Ho Tzu-chien (1); Red Army University group (1); Rewi Alley (2); Lin Piao (?); Chiang Kai-shek (1). undated

Envelope AG

6 prints depicting Nym Wales, including 2 with An Wei. 1985-1986

Envelope AH

1 print depicting Nym Wales with Fu-shih Wang. 1986

Slide box

20 slides depicting original charcoal sketches by Wang Chun-chu, also known as Meng Tou and Li Zo. undated

Envelope AI

2 prints depicting Helen Foster Snow on her 80th birthday; and 2 prints depicting a street banner and a panel at the entrance of the "Helen Snow in China" exhibit in Xi'an, China. 1987

Envelope fAJ

3 albums of prints of the "Helen Snow in China" exhibit in Xi'an, China. 1987

Box: 62-63

Incremental Materials

Scope and Content Note

This addition to the collection has not yet been described. Please let the Hoover Institution Archives know if you would like to see this material described. Contact us at hooverarchivesinfo@stanford.edu