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Boxes 1-9

CHINESE INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVES, 1936-1950, 1958

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, writings, speeches, records, and printed matter related to the establishment and development of the Chinese Industrial Cooperative (C.I.C. or INDUSCO) movement during the 1930s and 1940s and especially to the participation of Nym Wales (Helen Foster Snow), Edgar Snow, Rewi Alley, and Ida Pruitt. Part of this material forms the basis for Wales' China Builds for Democracy, published in 1941. A guide to the material, prepared by Nym Wales, appears at the beginning of the series.
Box/Folder 1 : 1-3

"Notes on the Beginnings of the Industrial Cooperatives in China," 1958

Scope and Contents

Contains mimeograph transcripts of reports, minutes, correspondence, and manuscripts as well as notes prepared by Nym Wales as a guide to the use of the following material.
Box 1

Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow, 1936-1947

Arrangement

The correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow has been kept together because many of the letters are addressed to or concern both parties. Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
Box/Folder 1 : 4

Allen, Donald M., 1939, undated

Box/Folder 1 : 5

Alley, Rewi, 1939-1942

Box/Folder 1 : 6

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

Box/Folder 1 : 7

Cameron, Mr., 1944

Box/Folder 1 : 8

Carlson, Evans F., 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 9

Carter, Edward C., 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 10

Chen, Han-seng, 1939-1940

Box/Folder 1 : 11

Chen, S. J., 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 12

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

Box/Folder 1 : 13

Early, Donald M., 1942

Box/Folder 1 : 14

Fairfax-Cholmeley Elsie, 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 15

Fitch, George A., 1942

Box/Folder 1 : 16

Gollancz, Victor, 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 17

Herz, Henriette, 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 18

Hogg, George Aylwin, 1940, 1942-1943

Box/Folder 1 : 19

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

Box/Folder 1 : 20

Hsia, C. L., 1939

Box/Folder 1 : 21

Hull, Cordell (Secretary of State), 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 22

Jen, Chu-min, 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 23

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

Box/Folder 1 : 24

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

Box/Folder 1 : 25

Kaufman, Arthur, 1943

Box/Folder 1 : 26

Kennard, J. Spencer, Jr., 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 27

Lapwood, E. Ralph, 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 28

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

Box/Folder 1 : 29

Lem, Frank (Len Su-yi), 1939

Box/Folder 1 : 30

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

Box/Folder 1 : 31

Dr. Robert K. S. (Chinese Red Cross), 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 32

Liu, Kwang Pei, 1939-1940

Box/Folder 1 : 33

Liu, T. F., 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 34

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

Box/Folder 1 : 35

Lu, Kwang Mein, 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 36

Porter, Miss, 1939

Box/Folder 1 : 37

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

Box/Folder 1 : 38

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

Box/Folder 1 : 39

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1940

Scope and Contents note

Contains a copy of a petition.
Box/Folder 1 : 40

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

Box/Folder 1 : 41

Soong, T. V., 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 42

Sycip, Mrs. Alfonzo Z., 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 43

Tereshtenko, Valery J. (The Cooperative Project), 1942

Box/Folder 1 : 44

Tong, Hollington K., 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 45

Walsh, Richard J., 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 46

Webber, John W., 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 47

Woodman, Dorothy (Anglo-Chinese Cooperative Development Society), 1940, 1944

Box/Folder 1 : 48

Wu, Mr., 1940

Box/Folder 1 : 49

Yarnell, Admiral Harry E., 1942

Box/Folder 1 : 50

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

Box/Folder 1 : 51

Miscellaneous and unidentified, undated

Box 2

Writings, 1938-1941

Scope and Contents note

Contains the writings of Nym Wales arranged by literary form and then chronologically.
 

Articles and essays, 1938-1966

Box/Folder 2 : 1

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

Box/Folder 2 : 2

"The Philippines Aid China's Industrial Cooperatives," by "A Manila Correspondent" (Nym Wales), China Weekly Review, 1939 June 24

Scope and Contents note

Includes printed copy and typescript drafts with carbon copies.
Box/Folder 2 : 3

"Outline of the Development of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," carbon copies of typescript draft, circa 1939

Box/Folder 2 : 4

"China's New Line of Industrial Defense," carbon copy of typescript draft, 1939 April

Box/Folder 2 : 5

"A Suggestion for Medical Cooperatives and Cooperative Clinics in China," typescript draft, circa 1939

Box/Folder 2 : 6

"Emergency Wartime Industry for China," carbon copy of typescript draft, circa 1939-1940

Box/Folder 2 : 7

"Industrial Cooperatives for Economic Defense," carbon copies of typescript drafts, circa 1939-1940

Box/Folder 2 : 8

"A Guiding Genius in the Destinies of China," carbon copy of typescript draft, circa 1940

Scope and Contents note

Includes annotations by Rewi Alley.
Box/Folder 2 : 9

"The Guiding Genius Behind China's Industrial Cooperative Movement," carbon copies of typescript drafts, circa 1940

Box/Folder 2 : 10

"'Front Line Industry' and the International Industrial Cooperative Centers in China," typescript draft with carbon copy, circa 1940

Box/Folder 2 : 11

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

Box/Folder 2 : 12

"The Bailie Boys of China," Hong Kong Sunday Herald, drafts and printed copies, 1940 August 11

Box/Folder 2 : 13

"China's New Industrial Defense Line: An Account of the Development of Industrial Cooperatives in China," typescript draft, circa 1940

Box/Folder 2 : 14

"Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," Sunday Tribune Magazine, printed copy, 1940s

Box/Folder 2 : 15

"China's New Industrial Defense Line," typescript draft with carbon copies, circa 1940

Box/Folder 2 : 16

"A Thought for Bishop Gregorio Aglipay," poem, 1940 September 28

Scope and Contents note

This poem was published in Democracia and Philippines Free Press. Includes printed copies of the poem with news clippings attached.
Box/Folder 2 : 17

"Comments and Suggestions for the Promotion of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," carbon copy of typescript draft, 1940s

Box/Folder 2 : 18

"Industrial Cooperatives for China's National Defense," incomplete copy of draft, 1940s

Box/Folder 2 : 19

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

 

Pamphlets, circa 1939-1940

Box/Folder 2 : 20

An Industrial Defense Line for China

Scope and Contents note

Also includes typescript drafts with carbon copies.
Box/Folder 2 : 21

Chinese Industrial Cooperatives

Scope and Contents note

Contains notations by Nym Wales and possibly Edgar Snow.
 

Books, 1941

Box/Folder 2 : 22-23

China Builds for Democracy, chapter drafts and notes, 1941

Box/Folder 2 : 24

Miscellaneous notes, undated

Boxes 3-4

Collected writings and speeches, 1938-1942

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by author, literary form (where the variety warrants it), and then chronologically.
 

Alley, Rewi, 1939-1949, undated

Box/Folder 3 : 1

"Report on the Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," Manila Telegraph (sic), printed copy and carbon copy of typescript, 1939 February 28

Box/Folder 3 : 2

"Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," Manila World, 1939 July 5-6

Scope and Contents note

Contains a printed copy, mimeograph copy, and carbon copy of the typewritten transcript of a speech first given at Chengtu.
Box/Folder 3 : 3

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

Box/Folder 3 : 4

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

Box/Folder 3 : 5

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

Box/Folder 3 : 6

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

Box/Folder 3 : 7

"General Report on Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, May 1, 1939," Manila World, printed and carbon copy of typescript, 1939 June 13

Box/Folder 3 : 8

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

Box/Folder 3 : 9

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

Box/Folder 3 : 10

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

Box/Folder 3 : 11

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

Box/Folder 3 : 12

Speech before the finance department of the Kansu Provincial Government, Lanchow, Kansu, carbon copy of typewritten transcript, 1939 November 29

Box/Folder 3 : 13

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

Box/Folder 3 : 14

"The Sungpan Valley Awakes," Asia, printed copy, 1940 January

Box/Folder 3 : 15

"Two Years of Indusco," 1940

Scope and Contents note

Contains an autographed booklet and annotated carbon copies of typescript drafts.
Box/Folder 3 : 16

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

Box/Folder 3 : 17

"Shantan Bailie School," printed copy, 1949

Box/Folder 3 : 18

"The Engineer in Cooperative Society," typescript, undated

Box/Folder 3 : 19

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

Box/Folder 3 : 20

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

Box/Folder 3 : 21

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

Box/Folder 3 : 22

Poems and stories, undated

Box/Folder 3 : 23

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

Box/Folder 3 : 24

Bertram, James, "Chinese Industrial Co-operatives," World Telegraph (Manila), printed and typescript copies, 1939 April 6

Box/Folder 3 : 25

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

Box/Folder 3 : 26

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

Box/Folder 3 : 27

Chen, Jack, "Progress of China's Industrial Cooperatives," 1939

Scope and Contents note

Includes various reproductions of a series of twenty annotated drawings.
Box/Folder 3 : 28

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

Box/Folder 3 : 29

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

Box/Folder 3 : 30

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

Box/Folder 3 : 31

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

Box/Folder 3 : 32

"Far from the maddening headlines...," carbon copy of typescript, undated

Box/Folder 3 : 33

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

Box/Folder 3 : 34

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

Box/Folder 3 : 35

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

 

Gould, Randall, 1939-1940

Box/Folder 3 : 36

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

Box/Folder 3 : 37

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

Box/Folder 3 : 38

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

Box/Folder 3 : 39

Graham, Dorothy, "China Offers a Solution," Manila World, printed copies, 1939 August 22

Box/Folder 3 : 40

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

 

Hogg, George Aylwin, 1939-1943, undated

Box/Folder 4 : 1

"C.I.C. Gold Mining and Washing in Southwest Shensi," 1939 December 16

Scope and Contents note

Contains a carbon copy of typescript with biographical note by Nym Wales attached.
Box/Folder 4 : 2

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

Box/Folder 4 : 3

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

Box/Folder 4 : 4

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

Box/Folder 4 : 5

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

Box/Folder 4 : 6

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

Box/Folder 4 : 7

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

Box/Folder 4 : 8

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

Box/Folder 4 : 9

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

Box/Folder 4 : 10

"War Weave," carbon copy of typescript, circa 1940-1941

Box/Folder 4 : 11

"Training Cooperative Leaders for China," Free World, reprint, 1943 June

Box/Folder 4 : 12

"Enabling the Disabled," typescript with carbon copy, undated

Box/Folder 4 : 13

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

Box/Folder 4 : 14

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

Box/Folder 4 : 15

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

Box/Folder 4 : 16

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

Box/Folder 4 : 17

Liang, Hubert S., "Impressions and Observations of China's Northwest," mimeograph copies, 1940 January 25

Box/Folder 4 : 18

Liang, Hubert S., "Industrial Co-operatives Revitalize China's Northwest," Manila World, printed and carbon copy of typescript, 1940 February 22

Box/Folder 4 : 19

Lin, Yutang, "The Birth of a New China," World Telegraph, printed copy, 1938 April

Box/Folder 4 : 20

Liu, K. P., "Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," World Telegraph, printed copy, 1939 May 13

Box/Folder 4 : 21

Liu, K. P., "Development of Chinese Industrial Co-operatives," carbon copy of typescript, 1940 July

Box/Folder 4 : 22

Ma, Hai-Teh, "I Knew Dr. Norman Bethune," Democracia, printed copies, undated

Note

Author also known as Dr. George Hatem.
Box/Folder 4 : 23

Mu, Hsin, "Cooperatives in the Shensi-Kansu-Ninghia Border District," Sing Tao Jih Pao, 1940 July 9

 

Prutt, Ida, 1939-1940, undated

Box/Folder 4 : 24

"China's Industrial Pioneers," China Journal, reprints, 1939 February

Box/Folder 4 : 25

"Chinese Industrial Cooperatives," Manila World, printed copy, 1939 December 12

Box/Folder 4 : 26

"China's Industrial Wall," Survey Graphic, reprints, 1940 March

Box/Folder 4 : 27

"Decentralized Industry," China Monthly, reprints, undated

Box/Folder 4 : 28

"The Bailie School at Sandan," carbon copy of typescript, undated

Box/Folder 4 : 29

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

Box/Folder 4 : 30

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

Box/Folder 4 : 31

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

Box/Folder 4 : 32

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

 

Smythe, Lewis, 1939-1942

Box/Folder 4 : 33

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

Box/Folder 4 : 34

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

Box/Folder 4 : 35

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

 

Snow, Edgar, 1938-1940, undated

 

Articles, 1939-1940, undated

Box/Folder 4 : 36

"China's New Industrial Army," Manila World, printed copy and carbon copy of typescript, 1939 October 10

Box/Folder 4 : 37

"The Dragon Licks His Wounds," Saturday Evening Post, printed copy and carbon copy of typescript draft, 1940 April 13

Box/Folder 4 : 38

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

 

Reports, circa 1939-1940, undated

Box/Folder 4 : 39

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

Box/Folder 4 : 40

"Recommendations to the International Committee," typescript with carbon copies, circa 1939-1940

 

Speeches, undated

Box/Folder 4 : 41

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

Box/Folder 4 : 42

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

Box/Folder 4 : 43

Miscellaneous notes, undated

 

Sun, Madame Yat-Sen, 1939

Box/Folder 4 : 44

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

Box/Folder 4 : 45

Transcript of radio broadcast on Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1939 December

 

Tayler, J. B., 1937-1938

Box/Folder 4 : 46

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

Box/Folder 4 : 47

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

Box/Folder 4 : 48

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

Box/Folder 4 : 49

Walsh, Richard J. "China Cooperates," Manila World, printed copy and typescript, 1939 August 1

Box/Folder 4 : 50

Wang, Mei-tseng, "The Conditions of the Progress in Industry of the Shensi-Kansu-Ninghsia Border Region," 1941 November

Scope and Contents note

Includes a transcript of the article published in Liberation Daily.
Box/Folder 4 : 51

Willcox, Helen L. One for All, carbon copy of script for one-act play, undated

Box/Folder 4 : 52

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

Boxes 5-6

Collected correspondence, 1938-1950

Scope and Contents note

Contains correspondence of organizations and individuals associated with the Chinese Industrial Cooperative movement.
 

General correspondence, 1938-1950

Box/Folder 5 : 1

Alley, Rewi, 1938-1943

Box/Folder 5 : 2

American Friends Service Committee, 1950

Box/Folder 5 : 3

Baker, John Earl, 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 4

Barker, Alfred F., 1944

Box/Folder 5 : 5

Carlson, Evans F., 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 6

Carter, Edward C., 1939, 1942

Box/Folder 5 : 7

Chen, Dalton, 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 8

Chen, Han-seng, 1939-1940, 1942

Box/Folder 5 : 9

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

Box/Folder 5 : 10

Chinese Red Cross, 1939

Box/Folder 5 : 11

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

Box/Folder 5 : 12

Donald, W. H., 1939

Box/Folder 5 : 13

Edwards, Dwight (United China Relief), 1943-1944

Box/Folder 5 : 14

Fitch, George A., 1940-1941

Box/Folder 5 : 15

Fitch, Geraldine, 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 16

Foley, Walter B., 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 17

Freeman, Mansfield, 1944

Box/Folder 5 : 18

Gunther, John, 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 19

Herman, Theodore, 1940, 1947

Box/Folder 5 : 20

Hogg, George Aylwin, 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 21

Lanchow Bailie School, 1947

Box/Folder 5 : 22

Lapwood, E. Ralph, 1940-1942

Box/Folder 5 : 23

Lem, F. Y., 1938, 1941

Box/Folder 5 : 24

Liang, Hubert S., 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 25

Liu, Kwang Pei, 1939-1940

Box/Folder 5 : 26

Loomis, Helen, 1940-1941

Box/Folder 5 : 27

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

Box/Folder 5 : 28

Lu, Kwang Mein, 1938-1940

Box/Folder 5 : 29

Mei, Y. P., 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 30

Meng, Sho-tseng, 1941

Box/Folder 5 : 31

Meng, Yung-chien, 1941

Box/Folder 5 : 32

More, G. R. (American Red Cross), 1944

Box/Folder 5 : 33

Northwest Education Planning Committee, 1938

Box/Folder 5 : 34

Price, Mildred (China Aid Council), 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 35

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

Box/Folder 5 : 36

Reisner, John H., 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 37

Robinson, Leland Rex (American Bureau for Aid to China), 1942

Box/Folder 5 : 38

Sa, Chien-li, 1939

Box/Folder 5 : 39

Shen, Reggie, 1939-1940

Box/Folder 5 : 40

Smythe, Lewis and Margaret, 1939-1945

Box/Folder 5 : 41

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

Box/Folder 5 : 42

Sweet, Lennig, United China Relief, 1944

Box/Folder 5 : 43

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

Box/Folder 5 : 44

Tan, C. K., 1939

Box/Folder 5 : 45

Tayler, J. B., 1938-1939

Box/Folder 5 : 46

Van Slyke, Dr. Donald D., 1944

Box/Folder 5 : 47

Webber, John W., 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 48

Wong, Y. Lang, 1939-1940

Box/Folder 5 : 49

Yarnell, Admiral Harry E., 1940

Box/Folder 5 : 50

Yeh, Ruth Weiss, 1944

Box/Folder 5 : 51

Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1938-1944

 

Indusco, Inc. American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1942-1950

Box/Folder 6 : 1

General, 1942-1947

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence to members of the board of directors.
Box/Folder 6 : 2

Alley, Rewi, 1942-1948

Box/Folder 6 : 3

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

Box/Folder 6 : 4

Bickerton, Max, 1947

Box/Folder 6 : 5

Campbell, Mal, 1947

Box/Folder 6 : 6

Carlson, Evans F., 1941

Box/Folder 6 : 7

Carpenter, J. Henry, 1942

Box/Folder 6 : 8

Carter, Edward C., 1942, 1944-1945

Box/Folder 6 : 9

Chang, Kuan Lien, 1945

Box/Folder 6 : 10

Chiang, Kai-shek, 1942

Box/Folder 6 : 11

Chen, Han-seng, 1942, 1944

Box/Folder 6 : 12

Currie, Lauchlin, 1942

Box/Folder 6 : 13

Curtis, Francis, 1942

Box/Folder 6 : 14

Edison, Charles, 1945

Box/Folder 6 : 15

Fairfax-Cholmeley, Elsie, 1943-1944

Box/Folder 6 : 16

Ferguson, Mary (United China Relief), 1944

Box/Folder 6 : 17

Fisher, Welthy, 1947

Box/Folder 6 : 18

Fitch, George A., 1942

Box/Folder 6 : 19

Foley, William E. (U.S. Department of Justice), 1950

Box/Folder 6 : 20

Foster, John B., 1942

Box/Folder 6 : 21

Fox, A. Manuel, 1942

Box/Folder 6 : 22

Fox, Melvin J., 1949

Box/Folder 6 : 23

Freeman, Mansfield (United China Relief), 1945

Box/Folder 6 : 24

Garside, B. A. (United China Relief), 1944

Box/Folder 6 : 25

Glass, Muriel, 1943

Box/Folder 6 : 26

Hall, Ronald O. (Episcopal Bishop of Hong Kong), 1942-1949

Box/Folder 6 : 27

Herman, Theodore, 1947

Box/Folder 6 : 28

Herod, W. R. (United China Relief), 1942

Box/Folder 6 : 29

Hogg, George Aylwin, 1942, 1944

Box/Folder 6 : 30

Illesley, Walter, 1949

Box/Folder 6 : 31

Kemp, Donald, 1950

Box/Folder 6 : 32

Kennedy, Mary, 1947

Box/Folder 6 : 33

Kung, H. H., 1944

Box/Folder 6 : 34

Lapwood, E. Ralph, 1944-1945

Box/Folder 6 : 35

McConaughty, Dr. James L., 1944

Box/Folder 6 : 36

Meng, S. T., 1949

Box/Folder 6 : 37

Meng, Yung-chien, 1942, 1949

Box/Folder 6 : 38

Morrison, Colin, 1948

Box/Folder 6 : 39

Perry, Henry G., 1944

Box/Folder 6 : 40

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

Box/Folder 6 : 41

Sayre, Elizabeth, 1942

Box/Folder 6 : 42

Smythe, Lewis, 1942-1944

Box/Folder 6 : 43

Soong, T. V., 1942, 1945

Box/Folder 6 : 44

Tan, J. M., 1944

Box/Folder 6 : 45

Tayler, J. B., 1943

Box/Folder 6 : 46

Tee-Van, Mrs. (United China Relief), 1945

Box/Folder 6 : 47

Townsend, Peter, 1944-1949

Box/Folder 6 : 48

Van Slyke, Dr. Donald D., 1944

Box/Folder 6 : 49

Veatch, Roy, 1942

Box/Folder 6 : 50

Walsh, Richard J., 1941

Box/Folder 6 : 51

Welles, Sumner (Acting Secretary of State), 1942

Box/Folder 6 : 52

Wong, Y. Lang, 1945

Box/Folder 6 : 53

Woodman, Dorothy (Anglo-Chinese Development Society), 1945

Box/Folder 6 : 54

Miscellaneous, 1942-1945

 

Philippine Association for Industrial Cooperatives in China, 1939-1941

Box/Folder 6 : 55

Alley, Rewi, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 56

Chen, Mr., 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 57

Chiang, Madame Kai-shek, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 58

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

Box/Folder 6 : 59

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

Box/Folder 6 : 60

Hogg, George Aylwin, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 61

Hoover, Herbert, 1940

Scope and Contents note

Contains an appeal concerning China relief.
Box/Folder 6 : 62

Jen, Chu-min, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 63

International Committee of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 64

Kho, Chong-su, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 65

Kung, H. H., undated

Box/Folder 6 : 66

Liu, Kwang Pei, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 67

Lu, Kwang Mein, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 68

Luce, Henry, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 69

McNutt, Mrs. Paul V., 1939-1940

Box/Folder 6 : 70

Philippine Chinese Women's Relief Association, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 71

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

Box/Folder 6 : 72

Shih, Fan, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 73

Soong, T. V., 1939

Box/Folder 6 : 74

Sun, Te Liang, 1941

Box/Folder 6 : 75

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

Box/Folder 6 : 76

Wong, Lang, 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 77

Yarnell, Admiral Harry E., 1940

Box/Folder 6 : 78

Miscellaneous, undated

Boxes 7-9

Collected records of the Chinese Industrial Cooperative movement, 1930s-1940s

Box/Folder 7 : 1

Anglo-Chinese (Cooperative) Development Society, undated

Box/Folder 7 : 2

Central Promotion Committee, undated

 

Chinese Industrial Cooperative Associations (Societies), undated

Box/Folder 7 : 3

General

Box/Folder 7 : 4

Che-wan Regional Headquarters, Chekiang Office

Box/Folder 7 : 5

Che-wan Regional Headquarters, Anhwei Office

Box/Folder 7 : 6

Chin-yu Regional Headquarters, Southeast Shansi Depot

Box/Folder 7 : 7

Chuan-kong Regional Headquarters, Chengtu Office undated

Box/Folder 7 : 8

Chuan-kong Regional Headquarters, Yung Chang Depot

 

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

Box/Folder 7 : 9

General

Box/Folder 7 : 10

Lanchow Office

Box/Folder 7 : 11

Nancheng Office

Box/Folder 7 : 12

Shensi-Kansu-Ninghsia Border District

Box/Folder 7 : 13

Shuangshipu Hospital

Box/Folder 7 : 14

Tienshui Office

Box/Folder 7 : 15

Yennan Office

Box/Folder 7 : 16-17

Southeast Regional Headquarters

Box/Folder 7 : 18

Yunnan Regional Headquarters

Box/Folder 8 : 1

Hong Kong (Shanghai) Promotion Committee, undated

Box/Folder 8 : 2-3

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

Note

Also known as the American Committee for Chinese Industrial Cooperatives.
Box/Folder 8 : 4

Industrial Cooperative Commission, undated

Box/Folder 8 : 5

Industrial Cooperative Institute, undated

Box/Folder 8 : 6

Industrial Cooperative Trust of China, undated

Box/Folder 8 : 7

Institute for the Advancement of Indusco, undated

Box/Folder 8 : 8

International Committee for Chinese Industrial Cooperatives Productive Relief Fund, undated

Box/Folder 8 : 9

Organizing Committee, 1938

Box/Folder 8 : 10

Philippine Association for Industrial Cooperatives in China, undated

Box/Folder 8 : 11

United China Relief, undated

Box/Folder 9 : 1

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

Box 9

Biographical material, undated

Box/Folder 9 : 2

Alley, Rewi

Box/Folder 9 : 3

Lem, Frank

Box/Folder 9 : 4

Liang, Hubert S.

Box/Folder 9 : 5

Pruitt, Ida

Box 9

News clippings, 1938-1941, undated

Box/Folder 9 : 6

1938

Box/Folder 9 : 7

1939

Box/Folder 9 : 8

1940

Box/Folder 9 : 9

1941

Box/Folder 9 : 10

Undated

Box/Folder 9 : 11

Miscellaneous printed and typewritten material, undated

Box 10

CHINESE LABOR MOVEMENT, 1934-1945, undated

Scope and Contents note

Writings, speeches, articles, and news agency releases related to the history of the Chinese labor movement from the 1920s to the mid 1940s.
Box/Folder 10 : 1

Chronologies of the Chinese labor movement, undated

 

Writings and speeches, circa 1945

Scope and Contents note

Writing and speeches by Nym Wales arranged by literary form and then chronologically.
 

Articles and essays 1945, undated

Box/Folder 10 : 2

"The Chinese Labor Movement," carbon copies of typescript draft, undated

Box/Folder 10 : 3

"Chinese Labor and War Production," typescript draft, undated

Box/Folder 10 : 4

"Labor Unions in China," The Protestant, typescript draft and printed copy, 1945 May

Box/Folder 10 : 5

"The Fate of Labor under Chiang," The Protestant, typescript draft and printed copy, 1945 August-September

Note

The typescript draft has a different title.
 

Books, 1945

Box/Folder 10 : 6-8

The Chinese Labor Movement

Scope and Contents note

Contains chapter drafts and notes.
 

Speeches and interviews, undated

Box/Folder 10 : 9

Notes for a talk on the Chinese Labor Movement, typescript,

Box/Folder 10 : 10

Interview discussing The Chinese Labor Movement, carbon copy of typewritten transcript

 

Collected writings, 1934-1944, undated

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by author or title.
Box/Folder 10 : 11

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

Box/Folder 10 : 12

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

Box/Folder 10 : 13

"Zhongguo de baogong zhi," manuscript, 1934

Note

English translation of title: "Chinese Contract Working System
Box/Folder 10 : 14

"Yijiusansi nian baiqu gongren douzheng tongji," carbon copy of handwritten manuscript, 1934

Note

See also Oversize Material number 1.
Box/Folder 10 : 15

"A Labor Hero in Yenan," carbon copy of typescript, undated

Box/Folder 10 : 16

"Labor Movement in North China," typescript, 1944 July

Box/Folder 10 : 17

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

Box/Folder 10 : 18

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

Box/Folder 10 : 19

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

Box/Folder 10 : 20

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

Box/Folder 10 : 21

"ShangHai RenLiChe FengChao," carbon copy of manuscript, 1934

Note

English translation of title: "The Shanghai Rickshaw Workers Strike"
Box/Folder 10 : 22

"Shanghai Ying Mei Yan GongSi TongMeng BaGong," carbon copy of manuscript, 1934

Note

English translation of title: "Shanghai British-American Tobacco Company Strike"
Box/Folder 10 : 23

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

Box/Folder 10 : 24

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

Box/Folder 10 : 25

Magazine and journal articles, undated

Box/Folder 10 : 26

Allied Labor News news releases, 1943-1944

Box/Folder 10 : 27

Miscellaneous, undated

Boxes 11-14

CHINESE STUDENT MOVEMENT, 1931-1937, 1959

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, writings, news agency releases, news clippings, broadsides, and manifestos related to the Chinese student movement during the 1930s and particularly the role of Nym Wales as a journalist and friend of the students. A guide to the material, prepared by Nym Wales, appears at the beginning of the series.
Box/Folder 11 : 1-2

"Notes on the Chinese Student Movement, 1935-1936," 1959

Scope and Contents

Two copies of a mimeograph transcript written by Nym Wales as a guide to the following material. 201 pages total.
Box/Folder 11 : 3

Chronologies of the Chinese student movement, undated

Box 11

Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow, 1935-1937

Box/Folder 11 : 4

Bein, Ning-tze, 1936

Box/Folder 11 : 5

Chang, Chao-lin, 1935-1936

Box/Folder 11 : 6

Chen, H. H., 1936

Box/Folder 11 : 7

Fisher, Mac, 1936

Box/Folder 11 : 8

Li, Min, 1935-1936

Note

Also known as "Marie" or "Matsuhara."
Box/Folder 11 : 9

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

Box/Folder 11 : 10

Oliver, Frank, 1936

Box/Folder 11 : 11

Powell, J. B., 1935-1936

Box/Folder 11 : 12

Walsh, Richard J., 1936

Box/Folder 11 : 13

Wang, Ju-mei, 1936

Note

Also known as Hua Huang.
Box/Folder 11 : 14

Yang, undated

Box/Folder 11 : 15

Yeh, Te-kuang, 1936

Box/Folder 11 : 16

Yui, David, 1936

Note

Also known as Ch'i-wei Yu or Ching Huang.
Box/Folder 11 : 17

Unidentified, undated

Box 11

Writings, 1935-1937

Scope and Contents note

Writings by Nym Wales arranged by literary form and then chronologically.
Box/Folder 11 : 18-34

Articles and essays 1935-1936

Box/Folder 11 : 18

"Is Youth Crushed Again in China?," carbon copy of unpublished typescript draft, 1935 October

Scope and Contents note

Includes notes.
Box/Folder 11 : 19

"Student Revival in North China," China Weekly Review, carbon copy of typescript draft, 1935 November 16

Scope and Contents note

Author listed as Hsueh Hai-lun, Wales' Chinese pseudonym. Includes letter to J. B. Powell, editor of the China Weekly Review.
Box/Folder 11 : 20

"The Peiping Student Movement," and "Futher Developments in the Peiping Student Movement," China Weekly Review, 1935 December 28

Scope and Contents note

Author of the first article listed as Peggy Foster Snow, another pseudonym of Nym Wales. Articles appear on consecutive pages with photos annotated by Nym Wales. Also included are carbon copies of typescript drafts with slightly different titles.
Box/Folder 11 : 21

"Newsmen and Student Demonstrations in Peiping," China Weekly Review, carbon copy of typescript draft and printed copy, 1935 December 28

Box/Folder 11 : 22

"Half-Century Sino-American Educational Development Manaced by Japanese Domination" and "The Propaganda War and Afterward," China Weekly Review, printed copies with annotated photos, 1936 February 22

Scope and Contents note

The first article was probably written by Nym Wales; however, no author is stated. The second article is authored by "A Correspondent in Peiping," in this case, Nym Wales.
 

"On the Student Front in Peiping," 1936

Scope and Contents note

Includes articles written for the China Weekly Reviewunder the title "On the Student Front in Peiping" or "On the Peiping Student Front." All articles listed as being written by "A Correspondent in Peiping," in this case, Nym Wales.
Box/Folder 11 : 23

March 7

Box/Folder 11 : 24

March 21

Box/Folder 11 : 25

April 11

Box/Folder 11 : 27

May 2

Box/Folder 11 : 28

May 23

Box/Folder 11 : 29

June 13

Box/Folder 11 : 30

June 27

Box/Folder 11 : 26

"The students in the north...," untitled manuscript, 1936 April 29

Scope and Contents note

Includes letter to J. B. Powell.
Box/Folder 11 : 31

"Scores of students...," untitled carbon copy of typescript draft, undated

Box/Folder 11 : 32

"Liu Tsui of Tsingghua," carbon copy of typescript draft, undated

Box/Folder 11 : 33

"China's Youth in Revolt," carbon copy of typescript draft, undated

Note

Authorship uncertain.
Box/Folder 11 : 34

Miscellaneous incomplete drafts, undated

Box/Folder 11 : 35

News dispatches, circa 1936-1937

Box/Folder 11 : 36-38

Notes, undated

Box/Folder 11 : 36

General

Box/Folder 11 : 37

Wang, Ju-mei (Hua Huang)

Box/Folder 11 : 38

Yui, David

Note

Also known as Ch'i-wei Yu and Ching Huang.
Box 12

Collected writings, 1936, undated

Box/Folder 12 : 1

"Confession of a Blue-Shirt Member," Chiu-Kuo Shih-Pao, Paris, carbon copies typescripts, 1936 March 20

Box/Folder 12 : 2

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

Scope and Contents note

Typescript translation from Chinese.
Box/Folder 12 : 3

Hsi-Hsien, "The Meaning and Duty of the Student Movement," Hseuh-sheng Hu-sheng (Student Voice Magazine), 1936 May 1

Scope and Contents note

Typescript translation from Chinese.
Box/Folder 12 : 4

[Peita University student], "Since the conclusion of the anti-imperialist movement...," typescript, 1936

Box/Folder 12 : 5

Snow, Edgar, news dispatches sent to the London Daily Herald, undated

Box/Folder 12 : 6

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

Box/Folder 12 : 7

Tsin, "A General Survey of the Student Movement Since the December 9th (sic)," Hseuh-sheng Hu-sheng (Student Voice Magazine), 1936 May 1

Scope and Contents note

Typescript translation from Chinese.
Box/Folder 12 : 8-9

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

Box/Folder 12 : 10

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

Scope and Contents note

Typescript translation from Chinese.
Box 12

News agency releases, circa 1935-1936

Box/Folder 12 : 13

Kuo Min News, undated

Box/Folder 12 : 11

Reuters, undated

Box/Folder 12 : 12

Tass Translation Service, undated

Box/Folder 12 : 14

United Press, undated

Box/Folder 12 : 15-20

News clippings from English-language Chinese press, 1931-1936, undated

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by year.
Boxes 13-14

Manifestos, broadsides, resolutions and appeals, circa 1935-1936

Scope and Contents note

Material in Chinese and English, issued by faculty and student associations and arranged according to the issuing organization. See also: series on Sino-Japanese conflict and oversize material numbers 2-7.
Box/Folder 13 : 1

General

Box/Folder 13 : 2

American Student Union

Box/Folder 13 : 3

Chung-kuo University, Peiping

Box/Folder 13 : 4

Cultural Circles National Liberation Association

Box/Folder 13 : 5

Fu-tan (Fudan) University, Shanghai

Box/Folder 13 : 6

Min-kuo College, Peiping

Box/Folder 13 : 7

National Peiping University

Box/Folder 13 : 8

National Salvation Associations

Box/Folder 13 : 9

National Tsinghua University

Box/Folder 13 : 10

North China Brain-Workers Association

Box/Folder 13 : 11

Northern China Cultural Workers Association

Box/Folder 13 : 12

Peiping People's General Assembly

Box/Folder 13 : 13-14

Peiping Student Union

Scope and Contents note

Subsequently known as the Peiping Student's National Liberation Union. Folder 14 contains English translations.
Box/Folder 14 : 1

Peita University

Box/Folder 14 : 2

Shanghai College of Law

Box/Folder 14 : 3

Shanghai National Salvation Union

Box/Folder 14 : 4

Tientsin Nankai University

Box/Folder 14 : 5

Tokyo Chinese Student National Salvation Group

Oversize: See Oversize Material #6, shelved at the end of the collection. Hoover Institution Archives (2014/12/05)
Box/Folder 14 : 6

Tungpei University

Box/Folder 14 : 7

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

Box/Folder 14 : 8

World Student Association

Box/Folder 14 : 9-10

Yenching University

Scope and Contents note

Folder 10 contains English translations.
Box/Folder 14 : 11

Young Students National Salvation Group of North China

Boxes 15-16

SINO-JAPANESE CONFLICT, 1931-1945

Scope and Contents note

Writings, interviews, broadsides, manifestos, news clippings, and news agency releases concerning Sino-Japanese hostilities during the 1930s and 1940s.
 

Writings, undated

Box/Folder 15 : 1

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

Box 15

Collected writings, 1936-1942, undated

Box/Folder 15 : 2

Chu, Teh, "Guerilla Warfare Against Japan," handwritten translation, 1938 February

Box/Folder 15 : 3

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

Box/Folder 15 : 4

Hogg, George Aylwin, "The Road," carbon copy of typescript, 1942

Box/Folder 15 : 5

Interview with General Chang Chun, carbon copy of typescript, undated

Box/Folder 15 : 6

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

Box/Folder 15 : 7

Lo, Jui-ching, "The Past and Present Political Activities of the Eighth Route Army," annotated carbon copy of typescript, 1938

Box/Folder 15 : 8

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," mimeograph, 1937

Note

Title translation: "Struggle to Win Over the Masses to Join the Fight of the National United Front Against the Japanese"
Box/Folder 15 : 9

Matsumuro, General, "Secret Report to the Kwangtung Army," handwritten and carbon copies of typescript, 1936 July

Box/Folder 15 : 10

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

Box/Folder 15 : 11

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

Box/Folder 15 : 12

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

Box/Folder 15 : 13

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

Box/Folder 15 : 14

Report on the Sakai-Takahashi interview, typescript, 1935 May

Box/Folder 15 : 15

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

Box/Folder 15 : 16

Yung, "The Struggle between Anti-Japanese and Pro-Japanese and Our Attitude toward the Third Plenary Session of Kuomintang," handwritten translation, undated

Box/Folder 15 : 17

Miscellaneous, undated

Box 15

Manifestos and broadsides, 1935-1937, undated

Box/Folder 15 : 18

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 (Association of North China Cultural Workers)

Box/Folder 15 : 19

Wei shik chü kao kuo jen shu (address to the nation concerning the current situation), 1935

Box/Folder 15 : 20

Wei shik chü tsai kao kuo jen (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)

Box/Folder 15 : 21

Statement concerning the current situation, 1937

Box/Folder 15 : 22

Pei-p'ing ko chiek chiu kuo lien ho hui ch'eng li hsüan yen (statement on the founding of the organization, 1937

Note

See also oversize material number 8.
 

Pei-p'ing wen hua chieh chiu kuo hui (Peiping Cultural Workers National Salvation Association)

Box/Folder 15 : 23

Wei'i erh pa' chi nien hsüan yen (statement commemorating "One Two Eight"), 1936 January 28

Box/Folder 15 : 24

Wei fan tui Kuang- t'ien san yüan tse t'ung tien (statement against the Hirota's three principles to China), 1936

Box/Folder 15 : 25

Wei "erh ch'iü chi nien kao ch'üan kuo t'ung pao shu (address to the Nation commemorating February 7, 1936), 1936

Box/Folder 15 : 26

"Shang-hai ko chieh chiu kuo hui kao t'ung pao shu" (Shanghai National Salvation Association address to the nation), circa 1935

Box/Folder 15 : 27

"Tung pei lü P'ing Ch'ing nien chiu kuo hui," Wei i erh chiu, i erh i liu chi nien hsüan yen, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains a statement by the National Salvation Group of Manchurian Youth in Peiping commemorating January 29th and December 16th 193-, with illustrations.
 

Wu, Han-chen

Box/Folder 15 : 29

"Chiu kui shih jen t'uan tsu chih kang yao," 1935

Scope and Contents note

Contains an outline of the National Salvation Group.
Box/Folder 15 : 30

"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

Box/Folder 15 : 28

Wu, Han chen and Fang, Yu-yen, "Tzu wo hsi sheng kua ming yün tung" (The Movement of 'Nominal' Self-sacrifice), undated

Box/Folder 15 : 31

Miscellaneous, undated

Scope and Contents note

Items in Chinese.
Boxes 15-16

Magazine and journal articles, 1931-1945, undated

Box/Folder 15 : 32

General, undated

Box/Folder 15 : 33

Ch'ien-hsien (Frontier), Kuo-min ko-ming chün, Ti shik pa chi t'uan chün, Tsung cheng-chik pu, 1938 February 25

Scope and Contents note

From the National Revolutionary Army, 18th Corp, Central Political Bureau.
 

Snow, Edgar, 1931-1945

Box/Folder 15 : 34

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

Box/Folder 15 : 35

"What Can We Expect from China," Saturday Evening Post, undated

Box/Folder 16 : 1-4

News clippings, 1931-1945

Box/Folder 16 : 5

News agency releases and translations, undated

Boxes 17-18

SIAN INCIDENT, circa 1936-1937, 1960

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, writings, interviews, news agency releases and dispatches, clippings, and other material related to the kidnapping of Chiang Kai-shek in the so-called Sian (Xi'an) Incident of December 1936. A guide to the material, prepared by Nym Wales, appears at the beginning of the series.
Box/Folder 17 : 1-2

"Notes on the Sian Incident, 1936," 1960

Scope and Contents note

Two copies of a mimeograph transcript created by Nym Wales as a guide to the following material. 200 pages each.
Box 18

Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow, 1936-1937

Box/Folder 18 : 1

Carter, William, 1937

Box/Folder 18 : 2

Gould, Randall, 1936-1937

Box/Folder 18 : 3

Grummon, Sandra, 1936

Box/Folder 18 : 4

Hall, Brian, 1936-1937

Box/Folder 18 : 5

Herz, Henriette, 1936-1937

Box/Folder 18 : 6

Li, Min, 1936

Box/Folder 18 : 7

Liang, Hubert S., 1936

Box/Folder 18 : 8

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

Box/Folder 18 : 9

Ma, L. O., 1936

Box/Folder 18 : 10

MacDonald, Mr. and Mrs., 1936

Box/Folder 18 : 11

Mitchell, Mrs., 1936

Box/Folder 18 : 12

Peake, Cyrus H., 1937

Box/Folder 18 : 13

Powell, J. B., 1936

Box/Folder 18 : 14

Rock, I. F., 1936

Box/Folder 18 : 15

Stewart, Maxwell S., 1936

Box/Folder 18 : 16

Walsh, Richard J., 1936

Box/Folder 18 : 17

Unidentified, undated

Box 18

Writings, 1936-1937

Arrangement

Arranged by literary form and then, chronologically.
 

Articles and essays, 1936-1937

Box/Folder 18 : 18

"Conquest by 'Peace and Order'" and "What Will China Do?," typescript drafts, 1936 June

Box/Folder 18 : 19

"Northeastern Exiles Prepared to 'Fight Back to Old Home,'" carbon copy of typescript, 1936 October 11

Scope and Contents note

Draft sent to J. B. Powell of the China Weekly Review.
Box/Folder 18 : 20

"The Tungpei Army Looks Homeward!," carbon copy of typescript draft and printed copy, 1936 October

Box/Folder 18 : 21

"The Chinese Puzzle," incomplete typescript draft, 1936 November

Box/Folder 18 : 22

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

Box/Folder 18 : 24

"Nanking's Dilemma," typescript drafts, 1936 December

Box/Folder 18 : 23

"Democracy for China," typescript draft with carbon copies, 1936-1937

Scope and Contents note

Dated December 25, 1936 with a revision on January 4, 1937.
Box/Folder 18 : 25

"The Crisis in China," typescript drafts, 1937 January 14

Box/Folder 18 : 27

"The Present Status of the Chinese Revolution," typescript drafts, 1937 March 9

Scope and Contents note

The final page of one typescript contains an edited draft of the first page of Edgar Snow's "The Reds and the Northwest" on the reverse side.
Box/Folder 18 : 26

"China and Democracy," typescript draft, 1937 March 14

 

Interviews, 1936-1937

Box/Folder 18 : 28

Sun, Li, typescript notes, 1936 March 9

Box/Folder 18 : 29

Marshal Chang Hsüeh-liang, Northeastern Army Headquarters, Sian, 1936 October 3

Scope and Contents note

Includes holograph notes, a news agency release, and news clippings from the London Daily Herald and the North China Star).
Box/Folder 18 : 30

Colonel Wan Yi of the Tungpei Army, holograph notes and typewritten transcript, 1936 October 5

Box/Folder 18 : 31

Wang, dean of the Engineering College at Tungpei University, holograph notes and typewritten transcript, 1936 December 21

Box/Folder 18 : 32

James Bertram, holograph notes and typewritten transcript, 1937 February 11

Box/Folder 18 : 33

News dispatches sent to the London Daily Herald, 1936 October

Box/Folder 18 : 34

Notes, undated

Box 18

Collected writings, 1936-1938

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by author or title, then by literary form.
 

Bertram, James 1936-1937

Box/Folder 18 : 35-37

Interviews, 1936-1937

Scope and Contents note

Includes interviews with General Yang Hu-chen on December 30, 1936; Madame Yang Hu-chen on January 12, 1937; and Lei Wei Cheng, manager of the provincial Bank of Shensi, on January 15, 1937. The interviews with General Yang Hu-chen and Madame Yang Hu-chen also include telegrams.
Box/Folder 18 : 38

News dispatches sent to the London Daily Herald, 1936 December - 1937 January

Box/Folder 18 : 39

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

Box/Folder 18 : 40

"Japan Pussyfoots in China," carbon copy of typescript draft, circa 1937

Box/Folder 18 : 41

"Must China Fight Japan?," carbon copy of typescript draft, circa early 1936

Box/Folder 18 : 42

"On Leftists," carbon copy of typescript draft, circa 1937

Note

Possibly by Liu Shao-ch'i or David Yui.
Box/Folder 18 : 43

Smedley, Agnes, news dispatches sent from Sian, 1937

 

Snow, Edgar

Box/Folder 18 : 44-45

Articles, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains typescript drafts of "Comments on Izvestia and Pravda Editorials" and "Izvestia's Comments Objectively Advantageous to Japanese Imperialism."
Box/Folder 18 : 46-47

Interviews, 1938

Scope and Contents note

Contains typewritten transcripts of interviews with Po Ku, delegate of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Hankow, on July 23, 1938 and Miao Feng Shan, political advisor to Marshal Chang, on September 13, 1938 (conducted with Nym Wales). The Shan interview also contains holograph notes.
Box/Folder 18 : 48

News agency releases, 1936-1937

Scope and Contents note

Contains material from Central News, Kuo Min News, People's News, Reuters, Sian News Agency, and Tass. Arranged according to issuing agency.
Box/Folder 18 : 49

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

Box 18

Manifestos, broadsides, reports, appeals and open-letters, 1936-1937

 

General

Box/Folder 18 : 50

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, undated

Scope and Contents note

An address by the National Anti-Japanese and National Salvation Association to the nation concerning General Chang Hsüeh-liang's and General Yang Hu-cheng's armed admonition to Chiang.
Box/Folder 18 : 51

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, undated

Scope and Contents note

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.
Box/Folder 18 : 52

Chiu kuo shih pao, 1936 December 18

Scope and Contents note

A sheet from National Salvation Daily, number 207.
Box/Folder 18 : 53

All China Federation of National Salvation Unions, undated

Box/Folder 18 : 54

Chang, Hsüeh-liang and Yang, Hu-chen, undated

 

Chinese Communist Party

Box/Folder 18 : 55

General, undated

Box/Folder 18 : 56

Chung-kuo kung ch'an tang, Pei fang chü tui Hsi-an shih pien ho p'ing chieh chüeh hsüan yen, 1936

Scope and Contents note

Statement concerning the peaceful settlement of the Sian Incident of 1936 from the northern bureau. See also oversize material number 9.
Box/Folder 18 : 57

Federation of National Salvation Associations of the Northeasterners (Peiping), undated

 

Northwestern National Salvation Association

Box/Folder 18 : 58

General, undated

Box/Folder 18 : 59

Hsüan ch'üan pu, Wei yung hu Chang Yang liang chiang chün chiu kuo chu chang hsüan yen, undated

Scope and Contents note

Statement to support the assertion of national salvation by General Chang and General Yang.
Box/Folder 18 : 60

Hsüan ch'uan pu, üI erh i erhü chi nien hsüan ch'uan ta kang, undated

Scope and Contents note

Outline of the publicity work in commemoration of "One-two, One-two." See also oversize material number 10.
Box/Folder 18 : 61

Kao ko tang ko p'ai shu, undated

Scope and Contents

Letter to all parties and factions. See also oversize material number 11.
Box/Folder 18 : 62

Miscellaneous, undated

Boxes 19-23

CHINESE COMMUNISTS, 1936-1945, 1961

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, writings, interviews, articles, and news clippings by and about Chinese communists. Most of the material was written and collected by Nym Wales during her stay with Chinese communist leaders in Yenan in 1937. Part of the material found in this series was used to write Wales' Inside Red China, The Chinese Communists: Sketches and Autobiographies of the Old Guard, a reprint of Red Dust, and Women in Modern China. A guide to the material, prepared by Nym Wales, appears at the beginning of the series.
Box/Folder 19 : 1

"My Yenan Notebooks," 1961

Scope and Contents note

Mimeograph prepared by Nym Wales as a guide to the use of the material found in this series. The appendix contains a nearly complete bibliography of her works, a resume, and selected passages from articles and book reviews about her life and literary works.
Box/Folder 20 : 1

Correspondence between Nym Wales and Edgar Snow, 1937-1939

Scope and Contents note

Both Snow and Wales use a variety of pseudonyms to sign and address each other in these letters. Arranged chronologically.
Boxes 20-21

Writings, 1937-1939

Arrangement

Arranged by literary form.
 

Diaries and notebooks, 1937-1938

Box/Folder 20 : 2

Number 1, 1937 June 1-20

Box/Folder 20 : 3

Number 2, 1937 May 16-June 15

Box/Folder 20 : 4

Number 3, 1937 May 12

Scope and Contents note

Includes an autograph of Hsiao K'eh.
Box/Folder 20 : 5

Number 4, 1937 May 21-25

Box/Folder 20 : 6

Number 5, 1937 May 15-17

Box/Folder 20 : 7

Number 6, 1937 May 20-26

Box/Folder 20 : 8

Number 7A, 1937 August 9

Box/Folder 20 : 9

Number 8B, 1937 July 23

Box/Folder 20 : 10

Number 9, 1937 August 14-15

Box/Folder 20 : 11

Number 10, 1937 June 10-21

Box/Folder 20 : 12

Number 11, 1937 June 13-16

Box/Folder 20 : 13

Number 12, 1937 June 22-29

Box/Folder 20 : 14

Number 13, 1937 July 3-14

Box/Folder 20 : 15

Number 14, 1937 June 29

Box/Folder 20 : 16

Number 15, 1937 June 1-8

Box/Folder 20 : 17

Number 16, 1937 May 4-31

Box/Folder 20 : 18

Number 17, 1937 April 21-May 5

Box/Folder 21 : 1

Number 18, 1937 April 22-May 28

Scope and Contents note

Includes three letters from Nym Wales to Edgar Snow.
Box/Folder 21 : 2

Number 19, 1937 September 1

Box/Folder 21 : 3

Number 20, 1937 May 5-11

Box/Folder 21 : 4

Unnumbered, 1937 June 12

Box/Folder 21 : 5

Unnumbered, 1937 August

Scope and Contents note

Contains an interview with Mao Tse-tung on negotiations with the Nanking government and the war with Japan.
Box/Folder 21 : 6

Unnumbered, 1937 August 18

Scope and Contents note

Contains an interview with Tung Pi-wu.
Box/Folder 21 : 7

Unnumbered, 1937 August 19

Scope and Contents note

Contains an interview with Chang Wen-ping.
Box/Folder 21 : 8

Unnumbered, 1937 September-October

Scope and Contents note

Includes two letters from Nym Wales to Edgar Snow.
Box/Folder 21 : 11

Unnumbered, 1937

Box/Folder 21 : 10

Unnumbered, 1938 July 27

Box/Folder 21 : 9

Unnumbered, 1938

Box/Folder 21 : 12

Unidentified, undated

 

Books, 1939

Box/Folder 21 : 13

Inside Red China, carbon copy of typescript draft

Scope and Contents note

Includes unpublished material.
 

Articles, essays, and compilations, 1937, undated

Box/Folder 21 : 14

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

Box/Folder 21 : 15

"Who's Who in Communist China," carbon copy of typescript draft, undated

Box/Folder 21 : 16

Biographical profiles of Chinese communist leaders, typescript and carbon copies of drafts with annotations, undated

Box/Folder 21 : 17

Lists of Chinese communist leaders according to place of origin, education, and socio-economic background, undated

Box/Folder 21 : 18

List of Chinese communist political leaders killed or expelled since 1927, undated

Box/Folder 21 : 19

List of thirty women who took part in the Long March, typescript, undated

 

Interviews, 1937

Box/Folder 21 : 20

Chou, En-lai, typewritten transcript, 1937 June 22

Scope and Contents note

Also includes a revised carbon copy.
Box/Folder 21 : 21

Mao, Tse-tung, typewritten transcript, 1937 August 13

Box/Folder 21 : 22

Wu, Liang P'ing, typewritten transcript, 1937 August 8

Note

Transcript was censored by Mao Tse-tung.
Box/Folder 21 : 23

Miscellaneous, undated

Boxes 22-23

Collected writings, 1934-1944

Box/Folder 22 : 1

Bertram, James, interview with Mao Tse-tung, carbon copy of typewritten transcript, 1937 October 25

Box/Folder 22 : 2

Chen, Tu-shiu, "Money or Service from Everyone!," mimeograph, 1938 January

 

Chinese Soviet Republic

Box/Folder 22 : 3-11

Chu hsi pei pan shih ch'u (Northwest Office of the Chinese Soviet Republic), 1935-1936, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains eight documents. Topics include: instructions for grain saving, methods for handling table salt and cloth in order to consolidate finances in the region, problems of summer cultivation and winter harvest, the development of animal husbandry and the protection of ewes, the distribution of land certificates, the organization of labor cooperatives, economic policy, and public finances. See also oversize material numbers 12-17.
Box/Folder 22 : 12-13

Kuo-min ching-chi pu (Ministry of Finance), 1936

Scope and Contents note

Contains two mimeographs, including a notice concerning recent problems in the work organization of the cooperatives and a notice concerning the transportation of table salt.
Box/Folder 22 : 14

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, 1936

Scope and Contents note

Statistics concerning agricultural cooperative groups in Shenpei province.
Box/Folder 22 : 15

Shen pai sheng Su yenan teng ch'i hsien jen k'ao tiao ch'a t'ung chi i lan piao, 1936

Scope and Contents note

Population statistics from Shenpei province.
Box/Folder 22 : 16

Ts'ai-cheng pu, Chan-hsing chin-k'u tiao-li, mimeograph, 1936

Scope and Contents note

Contains information about treasury regulations.
Box/Folder 22 : 17-18

Chou, En-lai, 1938, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains a mimeograph entitled, "How to Carry on a Protracted War," written in February of 1938 and an undated carbon copy of a typescript entitled, "On the People's Congress."
Box/Folder 22 : 19

Chu, Teh, Chung-kuo king nung hung chun, Hung chün tsung ssu ling pu ming ling, 1935 November

Scope and Contents note

A proclamation from the headquarters of the Red Army encouraging Nationalist army personnel to defect. See also oversize material number 18.
 

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

Box/Folder 22 : 20

Chung yang wei yüan hui, Chung kuo kung ch'an tang chih chung-kuo kuo min tang shu, 1936 August

Scope and Contents note

A letter from the Central Committee of the Communist Party to the Kuomintang concerning the United Front against Japan. Includes a mimeograph with an English translation attached.
Box/Folder 22 : 21

Chung yang wei yüan hui, Chung yang kuan yü t'u ti cheng tse ti chih shih, 1936

Scope and Contents note

A notice from the Central Committee concerning land policy.
Box/Folder 22 : 22

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, 1936

Scope and Contents note

A handwritten notice from the Northwest Bureau of the Communist Party concerning the transportation of rich peasants.
Box/Folder 22 : 23-24

Chung-kuo kung nung hung chün, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains the first page of a manuscript in Chinese (with English translation) titled, "History of the Growth of the Red Army, 193-," which discusses the time period from Wu-Han to Ching Kan Shan. Also included is a handwritten list of battles from the headquarters of the First Chinese Worker and Peasant Red Army in Chinese. See also oversize material numbers 19 and 20.
Box/Folder 22 : 25

"Fundamental Problems of the Chinese Revolution," lecture series notes, undated

Box/Folder 23 : 1

Hearn, Laurence, book review of Edgar Snow's Red Star Over China, typescript, undated

Box/Folder 23 : 2

Hsüeh-feng and Hsiao-p'eng, Lou-shan kuan ch'ien hou, 1935

Scope and Contents note

Contains handwritten personal narratives of the events before and after the capture of Loushan pass. Also includes a typescript English translation.
Box/Folder 23 : 3

Hsiao, Hua, Kuo ch'ü ti wo (I Was), 1936

Scope and Contents note

Biography of a Communist Party member. See also oversize material number 21.
Box/Folder 23 : 4

I chiu san san Chung-kuo ching chi wei chi ti chien jui hua, 1930s

Scope and Contents note

Carbon copy of handwritten manuscript which discusses critical economic conditions in China based on a statistical survey by a Communist economist.
Box/Folder 23 : 5

I chün t'uan wen-fang chan tou, 1934

Scope and Contents note

Carbon copy of handwritten manuscript discussing the battle of Wen-fang. Includes a typescript English translation.
Box/Folder 23 : 6

Lin, Tzu-han, report to the Border Region People's Congress, mimeograph, undated

 

Mao, Tse-tung

Box/Folder 23 : 7

Appeal to Chinese Muslims for support, mimeograph in Arabic, 1936

Box/Folder 23 : 8

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

Box/Folder 23 : 9

"Mission of the Chinese Revolution after the Reunion of the Chinese Communist Party and Kuomintang," mimeograph, 1937 November

Box/Folder 23 : 10

Speech abstract delivered before the Northwest Youth Salvation Representatives Congress, carbon copy of typescript in English, 1937 April 12

Box/Folder 23 : 11

Mao Tse-tung kuan yü t'ing chan k'ang Jih chih t'an hua, mimeograph, circa 1930

Scope and Contents note

Contains talks by Mao concerning the ceasefire of the civil war and the fight against Japan.
Box/Folder 23 : 12

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

Box/Folder 23 : 13

Pang, Teh hwei, "Conditions of Our Ultimate Victory in the Protracted War," mimeograph, 1937 December

Box/Folder 23 : 14

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

Box/Folder 23 : 15

Report on the activities of the Red Armies, carbon copy of typescript, 1936 December

Box/Folder 23 : 16

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

Box/Folder 23 : 17

Shen-pei kung ch'an tang fa chan ti kai k'ang, carbon copy of manuscript, 1937

Scope and Contents note

A report on the development of the Communist Party in Northern Shensi.
Box/Folder 23 : 18

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

 

Snow, Edgar

Box/Folder 23 : 19

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

Box/Folder 23 : 20

Notes on the organization and activities of the Chinese Red Army, handwritten and typescript, undated

Box/Folder 23 : 21

"The Reds and the Northwest," 1937

Scope and Contents note

This article was read before the Men's Forum of the Peking Union Church and then published in the Shanghai Evening Post & Mercury in February of 1937. Includes a carbon copy of a typewritten transcript and printed copies.
Box/Folder 23 : 22

"Will China Become a Russian Satellite?," Saturday Evening Post, undated

Box/Folder 23 : 23

"Ten Years of the Red Army," handwritten translation, undated

Box/Folder 23 : 24

Wen, Pin and Hsu, Meng-ch'iu, T'sung Hsi-ch'ang pa tzu tao An-shun ch'ang, 1936

Scope and Contents note

Contains Long March personal narratives.
Box/Folder 23 : 25

Yang, Te-chih, Chiang wo ti li shih hsieh tsai hsia mien, circa 1936

Scope and Contents note

A handwritten autobiography of Yang Te-chih.
Box/Folder 23 : 26

Magazine and journal articles, 1930s-1940s

Box/Folder 23 : 27

News clippings, 1933-1950

Box/Folder 23 : 28

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

Box/Folder 23 : 29

Miscellaneous, 1930s

Boxes 24-27

CHINESE LITERATURE, 1934-1937

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, writings, biographical material, and printed matter written and collected by Nym Wales and Edgar Snow in connection with a writing project concerning Chinese literature during the 1920s and 1930s. Some of the material in this series appeared in Living China (1937), edited by Edgar Snow with an essay by Nym Wales.
Box 24

Correspondence of Nym Wales and Edgar Snow, 1934-1937

Box/Folder 24 : 1

Bennett, James W., circa 1937

Box/Folder 24 : 2

Carter, William D., 1937

Box/Folder 24 : 3

Chia, Wu, 1937

Box/Folder 24 : 4

Hall, Brian, 1936-1937

Box/Folder 24 : 5

Henle, Mr., 1935

Box/Folder 24 : 6

Herz, Henriette, 1936-1937

Box/Folder 24 : 7

Hsiao, Ch'ien, circa 1936-1937

Box/Folder 24 : 8

Hsu, S. S. (Lu Hsun Memorial Committee), 1937

Box/Folder 24 : 9

Lahmann, John, 1937

Box/Folder 24 : 10

Leiper, Maria, 1937

Box/Folder 24 : 11

Lin, Yutang, 1935

Box/Folder 24 : 12

Mao, Tun, undated

Box/Folder 24 : 13

Marshall, A. Calder, 1937

Box/Folder 24 : 14

Pa, Chin, 1936-1937

Box/Folder 24 : 15

Peake, Cyrus H., 1937

Box/Folder 24 : 16

Sun, Hsi-chen, 1935

Box/Folder 24 : 17

Wen, Dr. Yuan-ming, 1934

Box/Folder 24 : 18

Yang, Ping, circa 1936-1937

Box/Folder 24 : 19

Yao, Hsin-nung 1936

Box/Folder 24 : 20

Yuan, C. P., 1937

Box/Folder 24 : 21

Unidentified, undated

Box 24

Writings, 1936-1937, undated

Arrangement

Arranged by literary form and then chronologically.
 

Articles and essays

Box/Folder 24 : 22

"The Modern Chinese Literary Movement," 1936 June

Scope and Contents note

Contains typescript and carbon copy drafts, outlines, and a printed copy of the essay which was published in Living China.
Box/Folder 24 : 23

Bibliography for Living China, carbon copy of typescript, undated

Box/Folder 24 : 24

"The New Literature of 'Living China'," typescript, 1936

Box/Folder 24 : 25

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

Box/Folder 24 : 26

"Salute to Lu Shun," co-authored and edited by Edgar Snow, typescript with carbon copy, 1937 February 9

Note

Written for Democracy magazine.
Box/Folder 24 : 27

"The Chinese Short Story," typescript, undated

Box/Folder 24 : 28

"Artists in Arms," carbon copy of typescript, undated

Box/Folder 24 : 29

Book reviews, undated

Box/Folder 24 : 30

Notes, undated

Scope and Contents note

Also includes manuscript fragments and outlines.
Box/Folder 24 : 31

Book review of Living China, undated

Box 25

Collected correspondence, 1935-1937

Box/Folder 25 : 1

China League of Left Writers, 1935 March 11

Box/Folder 25 : 2

Franklin, Cecil, 1937 April 27

Box/Folder 25 : 3

Leiper, Maria (Simon and Schuster, Inc.), 1937 October 11

Box/Folder 25 : 4

Postgate, Raymond, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 5

Miscellaneous, undated

Boxes 25-27

Collected writings, 1930-1945, undated

Scope and Contents

Comprised of short stories, plays, poems, autobiographical sketches, and articles.
Box/Folder 25 : 6

Ai, Wu, 1938

Box/Folder 25 : 7

Buck, Pearl S., 1930-circa 1931

Box/Folder 25 : 8

Chang, T'ien-yi, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 9

Chang, Tzu P'ing, 1935

Box/Folder 25 : 10

Chen, H. C., undated

Box/Folder 25 : 11

Chen, L. J., 1938

Box/Folder 25 : 12

Ch'en, Shou-yi, 1936

Box/Folder 25 : 13

Chen, Ta-jin, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 14

Cheng, Nung, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 15

Chou, Wen, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 16

Chung, Tang, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 17

Fei, Jen-tze, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 18

Hahn, Emily, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 19

Howard, Harry Paxton, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 20

Hsiao, Chien, 1942

Box/Folder 25 : 21

Hsiao, Hung, 1941, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 22

Hsiao, K. C., undated

Box/Folder 25 : 23

Hsiung, S. I., undated

Box/Folder 25 : 24

Hsu, Ti-shan, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 25

Hsu, Tsin-wen, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 26

Hsu, Wen, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 27

Hu, Shih, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 28

Hu, Yeh-p'ing, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 29

Irwin, Richard, 1938

Box/Folder 25 : 30

Kao Tao, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 31

Lao, Shiang, undated

Box/Folder 25 : 32

League of Left Writers of China, 1935

Box/Folder 25 : 33

Leung, George Kin, 1936

Box/Folder 25 : 34

Lin, Yutang, 1936

Box/Folder 25 : 35

Ling, Hsu Hua, 1936

Box/Folder 25 : 36

Liu, Chu Chien, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 1

Lu, Hsün, 1935, undated

Note

Also known as Lu Sin, Lu Hsun, and Chou Shu-jen.
Box/Folder 26 : 2

Mao, Tun, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 3

Mei, Chung Fu, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 4

Mu, Shih-ying, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 5

Pa, Chin, 1936

Box/Folder 26 : 6

Ping, Hsi, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 7

Sha, Ting, 1936

Box/Folder 26 : 8

Shen, Ts'ung-wen, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 9

Shih, Ming (Yang Ping), undated

Box/Folder 26 : 10

Siao, Emi, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 11-13

Snow, Edgar, 1937, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a draft of the introduction to Living China " with biographical sketches of Chinese authors from 1937. Also included is an undated draft of an introduction to an unidentified work on Lu Shun, and an undated interview with Lu Shun.
Box/Folder 26 : 14

Sun, Hsi-chen, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 15

Tai, Ping-wan, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 16

T'ien, Chun (Hsiao Chun), undated

Box/Folder 26 : 17

Ting, Ling, 1935, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 18

Tsao, Yu, 1936

Box/Folder 26 : 19

Tu, Fu, 1936

Box/Folder 26 : 20

Wang, Che-fu, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 21

Wei, Chun-I, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 22

Wells, Laura Preston, 1930

Box/Folder 26 : 23

Wu, Ch'iang, undated

Box/Folder 26 : 24

Wu, K. T., 1936

Box/Folder 26 : 25

Yang, Kang, 1945

Box/Folder 27 : 1

Yao, Hsing-nung, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 2

Yeh, Tzu, 1937

Box/Folder 27 : 3

Yu, P'ing-pe, 1936

Box/Folder 27 : 4

Yu, Ta-fu, 1936

Box/Folder 27 : 5

Miscellaneous poems, 1936-1938, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 6

Miscellaneous short stories, 1935, undated

Box 27

Biographical material, 1933-1937, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 7

Chang, Tzu p'ing, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 8

Chu, Hsiang, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 9

Hsiao, Ch'ien, 1937 January 30

Box/Folder 27 : 10

Hsiao, Hung (Chang Nai-ying), undated

Box/Folder 27 : 11

Hsu, Tsin, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 12

Hu, Shih, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 13

Jou, Shih, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 14

Lu, Hsun, 1936, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 15

Mu, Mu-t'ien, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 16

Pa, Chin, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 17

Shen, Yen-ping, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 18

Shih, Ming, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 19

Tien, Han, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 20

Ting, Ling, 1933, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 21

Tzu, Mo Hsu, 1933

Box/Folder 27 : 22

List of Chinese writers killed or imprisoned in the 1920s-1930s, undated

Scope and Contents note

Prepared by Mao Tun.
Box/Folder 27 : 23

List of the board of directors of the Chinese National Writers and Artists Association, undated

Box/Folder 27 : 24

Miscellaneous notes and clippings, 1934-1936, undated

Box/Folder 28

CHINESE ART, 1932-1936, 1960

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, writings, and biographical material collected by Nym Wales during her encounter with "left-wing" painters and poets during the early 1930s. A guide to the material, prepared by Nym Wales, appears at the beginning of the series.
Box/Folder 28 : 1

"Notes on Left-Wing Painters and Modern Art in China," mimeograph, 1960

Scope and Contents note

A guide to the material found in this series created by Nym Wales.
Box 28

Correspondence, 1934-1936, undated

Box/Folder 28 : 2

Cheng, Chen-to, 1935

Box/Folder 28 : 3

China Today, 1935

Box/Folder 28 : 4

Herz, Henriette, 1935-1936

Box/Folder 28 : 5

Lin, Yutang, 1935

Box/Folder 28 : 6

Snow, Edgar, 1935

Box/Folder 28 : 7

Walsh, Richard J., 1935-1936

Box/Folder 28 : 8

Wang, Chün-chü, 1934-1936

Box/Folder 28 : 9

Yang, Ping, undated

Box/Folder 28 : 10

Yao, Hsing-nung, 1935

Box/Folder 28 : 11

Miscellaneous and unidentified, undated

Box 28

Writings, 1932-1935, undated

Arrangement

Arranged by literary form and then chronologically.
 

Articles and essays

Box/Folder 28 : 12

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

Box/Folder 28 : 13

"Revolutionary Art in China," carbon copy of typescript, 1935

Box/Folder 28 : 14

"Chinese Artists Turn to the Masses," carbon copy of transcript, 1935

Note

Published as "China's New Art" in Asia, July 1935.
Box/Folder 28 : 15

"Revolution in China's Art," typescript draft, undated

Box/Folder 28 : 16

Notes on left-wing painters and poets, undated

Box 28

Collected writings, 1934-1936, undated

Box/Folder 28 : 17-18

Wang, Chün-chü, 1934-1935

Scope and Contents note

Contains copies of "The Four Gentlemen of China," published in Asia in December of 1935. It was edited with an introduction by Nym Wales. Also included in this file is a handwritten copy of "Present Day China's Art" in Chinese with a typewritten English translation. Authorship of this work is not certain.
Box/Folder 28 : 19

Translations of "Left-Wing" poetry, circa 1934-1936

Box/Folder 28 : 20

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

Box/Folder 28 : 21-22

Biographical material, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains material on Liu Hai-Sou and Wang Chün-chü.
Box/Folder 28 : 23

Miscellaneous printed material, undated

Boxes 29-33

GENERAL SUBJECT FILE, 1931-1961

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, writings, reports, memoranda, charts, maps, circulars, clippings, posters, and other printed matter dealing for the most part with the Far East, especially China. Arranged alphabetically by subject or issuing organization.
Box/Folder 29 : 1

American Brotherhood for Cooperative Democracy, undated

Box/Folder 29 : 2

American Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression, 1940, undated

Box/Folder 29 : 3-4

American Labour Fund for Aid to China, Board of Custody, 1943, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a typescript draft of a memorandum on the use of American labor funds in China written by Nym Wales and other general material regarding the organization.
Box/Folder 29 : 5

Americans in Shanghai, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains an evacuation plan.
Box/Folder 29 : 6

Anglo-Russian relations, undated

Box/Folder 29 : 7

Baguio, Philippine Islands, 1937

Scope and Contents note

Contains a directory and visitor's guide.
Box/Folder 29 : 8

Bertram, James, 1940

Scope and Contents note

Contains biographical material.
Box/Folder 29 : 9

Bethune, Norman, 1940, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains biographical material.
Box/Folder 29 : 10

Chin tribes, 1931

 

China, 1931-1946

Box/Folder 29 : 11-12

General, 1931-1936, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains news clippings as well as magazine and journal articles.
Box/Folder 29 : 13

Commerce, 1930, 1938

Box/Folder 29 : 14

Constitutions, 1936

Scope and Contents note

Contains a draft of a constitution beginning, "Chung-hua min kuo hsien fa ts'ao an."
Box/Folder 29 : 15

Description and travel, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains a carbon copy of a typescript draft of "Christmas in a Chinese Temple" by Nym Wales.
Box/Folder 29 : 16-17

Economic conditions, 193-1942, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains a general file as well as a handwritten manuscript in Chinese from the Kuomintang Financial Convention in Nanking. The opening lines of the manuscript translate to "Again some arbitrary propaganda..."
Box/Folder 29 : 18

Famines, 1934

Scope and Contents note

Carbon copy of manuscript in Chinese that translates to "Problems of famine in China."
 

History

Box/Folder 29 : 19

Pre-1900, 1938, undated

Box/Folder 29 : 20-22

Civil War, circa 1943-1945, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains a general file on the civil war of 1945-1949 as well as typescripts of "Who Will Win the Civil War in China?" by Michael Lindsay and "The Question of Civil War in China" by Nym Wales.
Box/Folder 29 : 23-24

Industries, 1938, 1946

Scope and Contents note

Includes a general file as well as copies of "The Genius of China as seen in the Unit" written by Rewi Alley in August 1946.
Box/Folder 30 : 1

Maps, 1934

Box/Folder 30 : 2-5

Politics and government, 1935-1944, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a general file, a copy of "China Needs True Democracy" (1943) by Chang Lan, a copy of "Freedom of Thought and the Ordinary Rule of Running a Government" by an unidentified author, and a list of "hsiens" in Hunan with a note from T. K. Wong to Edgar Snow.
Box/Folder 30 : 6

Price and wage indexes, 1943

Box/Folder 30 : 7

Theater and the arts, 1933, undated

Box/Folder 30 : 8

Women, 1938, undated

Scope and Contents note

Material focuses on women's role in society and the state.
Box/Folder 30 : 9

China Aid Council, undated

Box/Folder 30 : 10

China Council, undated

Box/Folder 30 : 11-12

China Defense League, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a general file and posters.
Box/Folder 30 : 13

Chinese Association of Labor, undated

Box/Folder 30 : 14

Chinese in New Zealand, 1938

Scope and Contents note

Contains an article by G. T. and Rewi Alley.
Box/Folder 30 : 15

Chinese in the Pacific (Fiji to Hawaii), 1938

Scope and Contents note

Includes an article by Rewi Alley.
Box/Folder 30 : 16

Chinese (language), 1937

Scope and Contents note

Includes a handwritten article in Chinese translated as "The New Chinese Character Movement in Northern China."
Box/Folder 30 : 17

Chinese Journalists Association, 1936

Box/Folder 30 : 18

Chinese students abroad, 1943

Box/Folder 30 : 19

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

Box/Folder 30 : 20

Citizens Committee to Welcome Madame Chiang Kai-shek, undated

Box/Folder 30 : 21

Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy, 1946-1948

Box/Folder 30 : 22

Committee for a Democratic Policy toward China, 1945

Box/Folder 30 : 23-26

Confucianism, 1930s

Scope and Contents note

Includes a general file, notes on the Confucian revival in China by Edgar Snow, and two drafts of articles by Nym Wales: "Back to California" and "New Life in Old China."
Box/Folder 30 : 27-28

Democracy magazine, 1937, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence as well as project material with writings by Nym Wales and Edgar Snow.
Box/Folder 30 : 29

Donald, William Henry, 1938

Scope and Contents note

Contains biographical material.
Box/Folder 31 : 1

East and West Association, 1942

Box/Folder 31 : 2-3

Education - China, 1932-1934, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains a general file as well as an outline discussing education in times of emergency from the Peiping Cultural Circles National Salvation Group.
 

Fascism, circa 1930-1936

Box/Folder 31 : 4

General, 1934

Box/Folder 31 : 5

Japan, 1934, undated

Box/Folder 31 : 6

China (Blue Shirt Society), 1934-1936, undated

Box/Folder 31 : 7

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

 

Wales, Nym, 1930s

Box/Folder 31 : 8

"Confucian Fascism,"

Box/Folder 31 : 9

"Fascism in China,"

Box/Folder 31 : 10

"Fascist Development in China,"

Box/Folder 31 : 11

"The Fascist Movement in China,"

Box/Folder 31 : 12

"Kuomintang China: A Study in Colonial 'Sub-Fascism,'"

Box/Folder 31 : 13

Miscellaneous notes and drafts

Box/Folder 31 : 14-15

Flood Relief-China, 1931-1932

Scope and Contents note

Contains a National Flood Relief Commission file and an article by Edgar Snow titled, "In The Wake of China's Flood," published in the New York Herald Tribune, December 6th, 1931.
Box/Folder 31 : 16

France, 1930s

Box/Folder 31 : 17

German interests in China, undated

Box/Folder 31 : 18

Germany, 1930s

Box/Folder 31 : 19

Great Britain, 1930s

Box/Folder 31 : 20

Hahn, Emily, 1939-1940

Scope and Contents note

Contains biographical material.
Box/Folder 31 : 21

Hogg, George Aylwin, 1942 December

Scope and Contents note

Contains biographical material and a typescript by Nym Wales titled, "About George Aylwin Hogg."
 

Industrial cooperatives,

Box/Folder 37 : 4

India, 1942-1960

Box/Folder 37 : 5-6

Philippines, 1940

Scope and Contents note

Includes articles on 20th century history of the Philippines, correspondence regarding industrial cooperatives there, and an address by Benito Razon at the Ateneo de Manila on July 24th, 1940.
Box/Folder 31 : 22

Japan, 1931-1941

Box/Folder 31 : 23-30

Korea, 1939-1961

Scope and Contents note

Includes a general file, a typescript by Changsoon Kim, and several writings by Nym Wales including, "Korea--America's Forgotten Ally," "Korea Is to Be Free and Independent," "Notes on Korea and the Life of Kim San," and "Rebel Korea." Also contains notes by Wales and a revision of an article for Britannica Junior.
Box/Folder 31 : 31

Labouring Mutual Aid Society, undated

Box/Folder 31 : 32-33

Literary criticism and book reviews, 1932-1941

Scope and Contents note

Includes a general file as well as a piece by Nym Wales in the column "Dissenting Opinions" from the Saturday Review of Literature on January 31, 1942.
Box/Folder 32 : 1-3

Manchuria, 1933-1936, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains files on banditry, description and travel, and politics and government. Also included is an organizational chart of the Manchoukuo government.
Box/Folder 32 : 4

Mitford Chemical Works, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 5

Mohammed, 1932

Box/Folder 32 : 6

Mongolia, 1935, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 7

National War Fund, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 8

New China Information Committee, 1938

Box/Folder 32 : 9-10

New Life Movement, 1934-1939

Scope and Contents note

Contains a general file and an article by Randall Gould titled, "A Foreigner Looks at the New Life Movement," published in Tien Hsia Monthly in November 1936.
Box/Folder 32 : 11

Old China Hands, 1945

Scope and Contents note

Includes a roster.
Box/Folder 32 : 12

Opium, 1932-1933, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 13

Philippine Civic League, undated

Box/Folder 32 : 14

Philippine Islands, 1932-1940

Box/Folder 32 : 15

Refugees and war relief - China, 1938-1944, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes material on International Peace Hospitals.
Box/Folder 32 : 16-19

Shanghai, 1931-1936, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a general file, maps and descriptions, the 1934-1936 annual report for the Shanghai Municipal Council, and a reprint of an article about the Shanghai-Hangchow-Ningpo railroad by Edgar Snow and S. Y. Livingston titled, "Hangchow and Beyond."
Box/Folder 33 : 1

Soong family, 1943

Scope and Contents note

Includes biographical material.
Box/Folder 33 : 2

Soviet-Japanese Neutrality Pact, 1944, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a draft of an article by Nym Wales titled, "The Soviet-Japanese Pact and the Far East."
Box/Folder 33 : 3

Teheran conference, undated

Box/Folder 33 : 4

United Peace Alliance, 1938

 

US relations (general)

Box/Folder 33 : 5

China, 1938-1952

Box/Folder 33 : 6-7

Japan, 1940, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a general file and "Must We Beat Japan First?" by Edgar Snow, which was published in Saturday Evening Post on October 24, 1942.
Box/Folder 33 : 8

Philippine Islands, undated

Box/Folder 33 : 9

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 1933-1936

Box/Folder 33 : 10

Y.W.C.A. of China, 1940

Box/Folder 33 : 11-12

Miscellaneous, undated

Box 34

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

Scope and Contents note

Contains miscellaneous correspondence arranged alphabetically by correspondent or organization.
Box/Folder 34 : 1

Araneta, Salvador (Philippine Civic League), 1940

Box/Folder 34 : 2

Changsoon, Kim (Korean American Cultural Association), 1942-1943

Box/Folder 34 : 3

Dudley, Marion, 1942

Box/Folder 34 : 4

Fortune Magazine (William D. Gear), 1942

Box/Folder 34 : 5

Fullsea, Wang, 1939

Box/Folder 34 : 6

Gould, Randall, 1941

Box/Folder 34 : 7

Griffin, David, 1940

Box/Folder 34 : 8

Herz, Henriette, 1935-1944

Box/Folder 34 : 9

Hsu, M. S., 1939

Box/Folder 34 : 10

Joy, Charles R. (Unitarian Service Committee), 1944

Box/Folder 34 : 11

Ladies Home Journal (Helen Schofield Luckas), 1954

Box/Folder 34 : 12

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

Box/Folder 34 : 13

Li, Min, 1939-1950

Box/Folder 34 : 14

Lim, Sian-tek, 1939-1940

Box/Folder 34 : 15

Lin, Jui chen, 1938

Box/Folder 34 : 16

London Daily Herald (Francis Williams), 1937

Box/Folder 34 : 17

National City Bank (Peiping), 1937

Box/Folder 34 : 18

Petrova, A., 1942

Note

Petrova was secretary to the ambassador at the Embassy of the USSR in Washington, D. C.
Box/Folder 34 : 19

Phillips, Dorothea, 1940

Box/Folder 34 : 20

Powell, J. B., 1936-1937

Box/Folder 34 : 21

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

Box/Folder 34 : 22

Walsh, Richard J., 1944

Box/Folder 34 : 23

William, Maurice (Sun Yat-Sen Day Project), 1944

Box/Folder 34 : 24

Worcester, Elizabeth, 1940

Box/Folder 34 : 25

Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1935-1944

Boxes 34-37

MISCELLANY, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains miscellaneous printed matter and stencils of the guides to the collection prepared by Nym Wales.
Box/Folder 34 : 26, 30

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

Box/Folder 34 : 27-29

Notebooks on the Silesian Loan Question (1735-1756)

Scope and Contents note

Contains three notebooks.
 

Stencils (inked)

Box 35

"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"

Boxes 65, 67-72, Oversize photo file, Box fAJ, Slide cabinet

PHOTOGRAPHS, 1930-1987; bulk, 1930-1940

Scope and Contents note

Contains photographs, negatives, slides, and albums depicting Nym Wales, Chinese communist leaders, INDUSCO (Chinese Industrial Cooperative) activities, and other events related to the communist movement in China during the 1930s and 1940s. Also includes typewritten notes about the photographs, located in envelope A, copper printing plates, photo postcards, woodcut prints, ink drawings, and a charcoal sketch.
Box 67

A: Typewritten notes concerning the photos in the collection, undated

Note

Most of the notes are in the form of captions for particular photos; however, they should be used with caution as there are certain inconsistencies.
Box 67

B: 4 photos and 1 photocopy of Helen Foster Snow (Nym Wales), 1930s-1954

Box 67

C: 4 photos of Ida Pruitt at various INDUSCO (Chinese Industrial Cooperative) centers, late 1930s-early 1940s

Box 67

D: 13 photos of Rewi Alley at various INDUSCO centers, late 1930s-early 1940s

Box 67

E: 1 photo of Edgar Snow and O.J. Todd, Head of Famine Relief in China, and 1 photo of Edgar Snow with the Headquarters Company of the First Front Red Army, 1931-1937

Box 67

F: 2 photos and 2 copyprints of Chou En-lai (Zhou Enlai), 5 photos of Chu Teh (Zhu De), and 1 photo of Lin Piao (Lin Biao), 1937, undated

Box 67

G: 12 photographs of Mao Tse-tung and others, 1930s

Scope and Contents note

Others pictured include: Chu Teh, Agnes Smedley, Hsiao Hua, Yeh Chien-ying, Ho Tzu-chien, Po Ku, and Chou En-lai. Also contains the first images taken of Kuomintang and communist cooperation in China.
Box 67

H: 36 portraits of Red Army leaders and others, 1936-1937, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes images of Chu Pui-teh, Feng Yu-hsiang (Feng Yuxiang), Wang Chen, Li Ming, H.S. "Newsreel" Wong, Chang Yen-ching (Zhang Yanqing), Hsiao Chin-kuang (Xiao Jinguang or Man Ge), Fang Wen-ping (Fang Wenbing), Li Hsien-chen (Li Xianzhen), Lo Chen-yu (Luo Zhenyu), Wang Liang, Ting Chien-hsiu (Ding Jianxiu), Hsiao K'eh (Xiao Ke), Han Ying (or Xiang Yin), Tso Chuan (Zuo Quan or Zuo Shuren), Chiang Ming (Kim San, real name Chiang Chi-rak), Chang Chao-lin (Zhang Zhaolin), Chang Wen-ping (Zhang Wenbing), Ho Lung (He Long), David Yui (Yu Ch'i-wei), Li Fu Ch'un (Li Fuchun), Hsu Hai-tung (Xu Haidong), Hsu Hsiang-chien (Xu Xiangqian), Ch'en Ming-hsu (Chen Mingshu), H.H. Chen, Chiang Kai-shek, P'eng Teh-huai (Peng Dehuai), Seo Kiu-leung, Fu Chiu Kuei (Fu Jiukuai), Lin Yutang, Jimmy Yen (Yan Yangchu), and Hsu Hai-tung (Xu Haidong).
Box 67

I: Group photographs of Red Army leaders and various other communist groups, 1934-1937, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes photographs of Liu Zhi, Xiao Ke, He Long, Lin Piao (Lin Biao), Zhu De, Fang Wenbing, Sun Renjiong, Wang Zhen, Shao Kuei, leaders of the 8th Route Army, delegation from the Nanjing Government, the Chinese Second Soviet Congress held February 3, 1934, the Red Army Youth Group, the Northwest Youth Group, and the Guomindang Delegation.
Boxes 68-69

J - mJ VII: Scenes of the Red Army and Chinese Communist areas, 1936-1937

Scope and Contents note

Approximately 188 photographs.
Box 69

K - K I: Student demonstrations, 1935-1936

Scope and Contents note

Approximately 187 photographs.
Box 69

L: 11 photos of the student movement, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes images of the 29th Route Army at Ching Lungshan (Jinglongshan) with student marchers, Constance Chang, Wang Ju-mei (Huang Hua), H.S. "Newsreel" Wong, Frank Smothers, Liu Tsui (Liu Cui), and Kuo Wei-hung (Guo Weihong).
Box 69

M: Photographs taken by James Bertram of the Sian Incident and the Red Army, circa 1936

Scope and Contents note

Includes images of the 8th Route Army and mass meetings. Approximately 57 photographs total.
Boxes 69-71

N-S: INDUSCO activities, late 1930s and 1940s

Scope and Contents note

Approximately 534 photographs. Also includes 7 postcards located in Envelope Q. Photographs in Envelope S taken by George Hogg.
Box 71

T: 15 photos of INDUSCO activities in the Philippines, early 1940s

Box 71

U: Paintings by "left-wing" painters of Peking, 1930s

Scope and Contents note

Includes 20 photographs, 4 photo postcards, and 9 printed copies of photographs.
Box 71

V: Art works of Wang Chun-chu (Wang Junchu), early 1930s

Scope and Contents note

Includes photographs, negatives, and photo postcards of the artist's work.
Box 71

W: 4 photographic prints of charcoal drawings by Wang Chun-chu (Wang Junchu), undated

Scope and Contents note

Also includes a magazine clipping and a note written by Nym Wales about the drawings.
Box 65

mX: 2 woodcut prints, 1 charcoal sketch, and copies of 25 ink drawings of the Long March by unidentified Chinese artists, 1930s-1940s

Scope and Contents note

Includes an inventory of the drawings which were originally presented to Nym Wales in Yenan in 1937.

Access

Digital use copies of the ink sketches are available on workstations in the reading room. In addition, the sketches have been published in Chang zheng hua ji by Zhen Huang, a copy of which is available in the Hoover Library: http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/6722695 
Box 71

Y: Chinese writers and artists, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes images of Liu Hai-Sou (Liu Haisu), Wang Chun-chu (Wang Junchu or Hu Man), Hsiao Ai-mi, Ting Ling (Ding Ling, originally Jian Bingzhi), and Mei Lan, also known by his stage name as Mei Lan Fong (Mai Laifang). Includes images of Mei Lan dressed as both himself and as his female stage persona.
Box 72

Z: 15 photos of activities involving the Korean Village of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, and the Central Normal College of Seoul, South Korea, 1937, undated

Scope and Contents note

Also includes images of Louise Yim Hahn and Soon Kyo Hahn.
Oversize photo file, Box 72

AA-AE: Chinese scenes and other items, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains various images taken in China, including Chinese student movement demonstrations in Beijing, INDUSCO activities, and Red Army photographs. Envelope AA also includes Japanese photos of Manchuria and Mongolia, photos of an exhibit of Chinese art in the Philippines, handwritten notes, bookplates, and 4 copper printing plates with etchings of Mao Tse-tung and Chu Teh. Envelope AE includes photographs primarily from Edgar Snow's 1939 trip to Yan'an (Yenan) and surrounding communist areas. Envelope mAB located in oversize photo file. Approximately 214 photographs total.
Box 72

AF: Red Army and Chinese Communist members, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes images of the Red Army artillery unit, Beijing student demonstrations, Chou En-lai (Zhou Enlai), Red University Army group, Mao Tse-tung, Ho Tzu-chien (He Zizhen), Rewi Alley, Chu Teh (Zhu De), Chiang Kai-shek, Hsiao K'o (Xiao Ke), Hsu Hai-tung (Xu Haidong), Peng Dehuai, and unidentified persons.
Box 72

AG: 6 photos of Nym Wales, 1985-1986

Scope and Contents note

Includes 2 images with An Wei.
Box 72

AH: 1 photo Nym Wales with Fu-shih Wang, 1986

Scope and Contents note

Also includes an excerpt from Chapter 22 of My China Years describing how Wales and Wang met.
Box 72

AI: 80th birthday and exhibit, 1987

Scope and Contents note

Contains 2 photographs of Nym Wales on her 80th birthday and 2 photographs of the "Helen Snow in China" exhibit held in Xi'an, China.
Box fAJ

fAJ: 3 albums, 1987

Scope and Contents note

3 small albums containing images of the "Helen Snow in China" exhibit held in Xi'an, China.
Slide cabinet

Slides, undated

Scope and Contents note

20 slides depicting the charcoal sketches by Wang Junchu (Wang Chün Ch'u), also known as Meng Tou and Li Zo, listed in the Art series.
Box 42

OVERSIZE MATERIAL, 1926-1937

 

Library bound manuscripts, 1926-1937

Note

These items were originally transferred to the Hoover Institution Library at the time of acquisition, where they were bound and assigned a number. They are listed elsewhere in the finding aid under the appropriate subject series.
 

1. "一九三四年白区工人斗争统计 (Yijiusansi nian baiqu gongren douzheng tongji)," 1934

Note

English translation: "Statistics Regarding the Worker's Struggle in White Areas"
 

2. "北平市全体学生示威宣言 (Beipingshi quanti xuesheng shiwei xuanyan)," 1936 December 12

Note

English translation: "Manifesto of the Beiping Student Demonstrations"
 

3. "我们的呼吁 (Women de huyu)," 北平市学生救国联合会者 (Beipingshi xuesheng jiuguo lianhehuizhe), 1926

Note

English translation: "Our Appeal," Beiping Student's Federation for the Salvation of the Nation
 

4. "上蒋委员长及三中全会书 (Shang Jiang Weiyuan changji sanzhongquanhui shu)," 1937

Note

English translation: "Document Regarding Chiang Kai-Shek Committee Third Plenum"
 

5. "什么叫做《秘密外交?》 (Shenme jiaozuo 'Mimi waijiao?')," 天津学生扩大宣传示威团 (Tianjin Xuesheng Kuoda xuanchuan shiwei tuan), undated

Note

English translation: "What Do You Call 'Secret Diplomacy?,'" Tianjin Student's Society for the Broader Dissemination of Information
 

6. "留东中国学生救亡会宣言 (Liu Dong Zhongguo xuesheng jiuwang hui xuanyan)," 1936

Note

English translation: "Manifesto of the Committee of Chinese Students in Tokyo for the Salvation of the Nation"
 

7. "告平津同学书 (Gao ping jin tongxue shu)," 北平燕京大学学生自治会 (Beiping Yanjing Daxue xuesheng zizhi hui), 1934

Note

English translation: "Letter to [My] Gaopingjin Classmates," Beiping Yanjing University Student Self-Governance Committee
 

8. "成立宣言 (Chengli Xuanyan)," 北平各界救国联合会者 (Beiping Ge Jie Jiuguo Lianhehuizhe), undated

Note

English translation: "Founding Manifesto," Members of the Federation of Beiping People from All Walks of Life for the Salvation of the Nation
 

9. "中国共产党北方局对西安事变和平解决宣言 (Zhongguo Gongchandang beifangju dui Xi'an shibian heping jiejue xuanyan)," 1936

Note

English translation: "Manifesto of the Northern Office of the Chinese Communist Party Regarding a Peaceful Settlement to the Xi'an Incident of December 12th, 1936 [the kidnapping of Chiang Kai-Shek]"
 

10. "《一二,一二》纪念宣传大纲 ('Yi Er, Yi Er' Jinian Xuanchaun Dagang)," 西北各界救国联合会宣传部 (Xibei Gejie Jiuguo Lianhehui Xuanchuanbu) 1936

Note

English translation: "One Two, One Two: A Statement of Leading Principles," The Propaganda Department of the Northwestern Federation of People from All Walks of Life for the Salvation of the Nation
 

11. "告各党各派书 (Gao Ge Dang Ge Pai Shu)," 西北各界救国联合会宣传部 (Xibei Gejie Jiuguo Lianhehui Xuanchuanbu), 1936

Note

English translation: "A Message to Every Party and Every Faction," The Propaganda Department of the Northwestern Federation of People from All Walks of Life for the Salvation of the Nation
 

12. "中华苏维埃人民共和国中央政府《驻》西北办事处命令 (Zhonghua suweiai rengong heguo zhongyang zhengfu《zhu》Xibei banshichu mingling)," 1936 May 21

Note

English translation: "Order from the Northwest Office of the Chinese Soviet People's Republic Central Government," signed by Chairman Bo Gu
 

13. "中华苏维埃人民共和国中央政府《驻》西北办事处布告, 主席博古 (Zhonghua suweiai renmin gongheguo zhongyang zhengfu zhu xibei banshichu bugao, zhuxi Bo Gu)," 1936 July 8

Note

English translation: "Notice from the Northwest Office of the Chinese Soviet People's Republic Central Government," signed by Chairman Bo Gu
 

14. "中华苏维埃人民共和国中央政府《驻》西北办事处布告(关于母羊), 主席博古 (Zhonghua suweiai renmin gongheguo zhongyang zhengfu zhu xibei banshichu bugao, zhuxi Bo Gu)," 1936 January 10

Note

English translation: "Notice [regarding sheep] from the Northwest Office of the Chinese Soviet People's Republic Central Government," signed by Chairman Bo Gu
 

15. "中华苏维埃人民共和国中央政府《驻》西北办事处土地部布告, 部长王观澜 (Zhonghua suweiai renmin gongheguo zhongyang zhengfu zhu xibei banshichu tudi bu bugao, buzhang Wang Guanlan)," 1936 January 25

Note

English translation: "Notice on Land Policy from the Northwest Office Land Department of the Chinese Soviet People's Republic Central Government," signed by Minister Wang Guan Lan
 

16. "中华苏维埃人民共和国中央政府《驻》西北办事处土地部训令 (Zhonghua suweiai renmin gongheguo zhongyang zhengfu zhu xibei banshichu tudi bu xunling, buzhang Wang Guanlan)," 1936 March 26

Note

English translation: "Notice on Land Policy from the Northwest Office Land Department of the Chinese Soviet People's Republic Central Government," signed by Minister Wang Guanlan
 

17. "中华苏维埃共和国临时中央政府《驻》西北办事处布告, 主席博古, 财政部长林伯渠 (Zhonghua suweiai gongheguo linshi zhongyang zhengfu zhu xibei banshichu bugao, zhuxi Bo Gu caicheng buzhang Lin Boqu)," 1935 December 1

Note

English translation: "Notice from the Northwest Office of the Chinese Soviet Republic Interim Central Government," signed by Chairman Bo Gu and Finance Minister Lin Boqu
 

18. "红军总司令部命令 (Hongjun zongsilingbu mingling)," 1935 November

Scope and Contents note

Translated as "Order from Red Army General Headquarters." This is a proclamation issued in the name of Zhu De, Commander -in-Chief of the Chinese Red Army, designed to encourage desertion and defection among the Nationalist army personnel.
 

19. "从武汉到井崗山, 红军生历史第一页 (Cong Wuhan dao Jinggang Shan, hongjun sheng lishi di yi ye)," undated

Scope and Contents note

Translated as "From Wuhan to Jinggang Mountain: The First Page in the History of the Growth of the Chinese Red Army." Includes original handwritten manuscript in Chinese, as well as both a handwritten and typescript English translation of the manuscript by Nym Wales. Also includes a hand-drawn map of the route.
 

20. "红一军团在反攻中所经过的战斗表(自一九三四年十月六日起到一九三五年十月二十一日止) (Hong yi juntuan fangong zhong suo jingguo de zhandou biao)," 中国工农红军第一军团司令部 (Zhongguo gongnong hongjun diyi juntuan silingbu), 1935

Scope and Contents note

Translated to English as "Battles and Experiences During Long March by the 1st Red Army Corps," Headquarters of the Chinese Red Army, 1st Army Corps. Includes information on the army's activities from October 6, 1934 to October 21, 1935.
 

21. "过去的我 (Guoqu de wo)," 萧华 (Xiao Hua), circa 1936

Scope and Contents note

Autobiographical manuscript written by Xiao Hua, translated as "My Past Self."
 

22. Hand bound booklet of Long March personal narratives, 1934-1935

Scope and Contents note

Includes "楼山关前后 ("All Around Loushan Pass") by Xue Feng and "Yexingjun de yi mu" ("Scene from a Night March") and "Ni pusa" ("Clay Bodhisattva") by Xiao Peng.
 

23. "告军警书 (Gao junjing shu)," 复旦大学学生救国会 (Fudan danxue xuesheng jiuguo hui), 1935

Note

English translation: "Document on the Military and the Police," Committee of Fudan University Students for the Salvation of the Nation
 

24. "告全国同胞书 (Gao quanguo tongbao shu)," 上海复旦大学学生救国会 (Shanghai Fudan danxue xuesheng jiuguo hui), 1935

Note

English translation: "A Message to All Fellow Citizens," Committee of Fudan University Students for the Salvation of the Nation
 

25. "复旦大学扩大宣传团前进曲 (Fudan daxue kuoda xuanchuan tuan qianjin qu)," 复旦大学学生救国会 (Fudan danxue xuesheng jiuguo hui), 1935

Note

English translation: "Fudan University Rally Song for Disseminating Propaganda," Committee of Fudan University Students for the Salvation of the Nation
 

26. "师大同学为第二次示威运动宣言 (Shida tongxue we di'er ci shiweiyundong xuanyan)," 国立北平师范大学学生自治会 (Guoli Beiping Shifan Daxue xuesheng zizhi hui), 1935

Note

English translation: "Declaration for a Second Demonstration of the Students of Beijing Normal University," Beiping Normal University Student Group for Self-Governance
 

Brochure for Cathay Hotel in Shanghai, undated

Box 41, Folio case

ART,

Scope and Contents note

Contains charcoal drawings by Chinese artist Wang Junchu (Wang Chün Ch'u) and glass plate negative. See also Envelope mX in the Photographs series.
Folio case

Charcoal drawings by Wang Junchu, 1929, undated

Scope and Contents note

Folder A: Two portraits of Chinese man (2 poses) Folder B: Two portraits of Chinese workers, one with basket, one with bag Folder C: Two portraits of Chinese workers, one with shovel, one working with hammer and chisel Folder D: Two portraits of Chinese workers, one with a plow, one hauling a load with a rope Folder E: Two portraits of Chinese workers, one portrait of two laborers, one portrait of a worker fishing Folder F: Two portraits of Chinese workers, one portrait of man with a musket and a dead animal at his feet, one portrait of a man eating with chopsticks from a bowl Folder G: Two nude portraits of Chinese women, 1929-1930 Folder H: Two nude portraits of Chinese women, 1929 Folder I: Three nude portraits of Chinese women (one sheet of paper has a portrait on each side) Folder J: Two nude portraits of Chinese women dated 1929, one with 鈞初炭画 (Junchu tanhua: "Charcoal portrait by Junchu") written on the back Folder K: One drawing of a Chinese worker wielding a sickle and cutting grain
Box 41

Glass plate negative and 2 prints of charcoal sketch frescos of the Red Army by Wang Junchu, 1930s

Note

May be used under supervision only.
Tape cabinet, Boxes 37-40; 43-64; 66

INCREMENTS, 1931-1992

Scope and Contents note

Contains additional material not yet fully arranged into appropriate series. Files are organized by date the increment was received.
Box/Folder 37 : 7

1982

Scope and Contents note

Photocopy of Yenan notes and Helen Foster Snow's letter of introduction from Mao Tse-Tung to Teng Hsiao-P'ing (1937). Also includes copies of drafts from Long Thoughts: Essays and a Chinese translation of "Helen Foster's Trip."
Box/Folder 38 : 1

1984

Scope and Contents note

Draft of My China Years by Nym Wales with handwritten notes and edits throughout.
Box/Folder 39 : 1, Box/Folder 38 : 2-3

1985

Scope and Contents note

Contains photocopies of printed matter (1981-1985), relating mostly to Chinese industrial cooperatives, as well as typescripts of My China Years and "Profiles from China." Also included is a printed copy of My China Years (1984), correspondence, biographical information and articles about Rewi Alley and George Alwyn Hogg, a model constitution template for Chinese industrial cooperative societies, publications and directives from the American Committee for Industrial Cooperatives, photocopies of articles relating to cooperatives in China in the 1980s, and accounts of the history of the term "gung ho" as it relates to industrial cooperatives in China.
Box/Folder 39 : 2-3

1987

Scope and Contents note

Photocopies of excerpts of "Long Thoughts" as well as photocopies of correspondence, including a letter from Huang Hua relating to conditions in Yenan (October 4, 1944). Also included are photocopies of statements, book reviews, and clippings relating to Nym Wales' writings and an exhibit in Xi'an, China entitled "Helen Snow in China," honoring her 80th birthday and the 50th anniversary of her trip to Yenan. See also photographs in Envelope AI and albums from fAJ.
Box/Folder 39 : 4-5, Box/Folder 40 : 1

1988

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy of Profiles from China: People I Have Known (1985), a Korean translation of Song of Ariran (1984), the Bulletin of the Society of Woman Geographers, June 1, 1983 - May 31, 1984, a hardcover copy of My China Years, and a paperback copy of the Chinese translation.
Box/Folder 43 : 1

1989

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Includes a Korean publication with an review of Song of Arirang [sic], a copy of "NüBing LieZhuan, Di Yi Ji" ("Life Stories of the Heroines, First Collection"), and two copies of the Japanese publication People's Waves, one of which contains an interview with Nym Wales. Also included are a typewritten manuscript by Wales entitled, "Long Thoughts, 1989: Essay Memoirs" and four publications (1985-1989) with chapters on Wales in Chinese and Korean, which are loose in box 43.
 

1990

Box/Folder 43 : 2

January

Scope and Contents note

Typewritten manuscript by Nym Wales entitled, "Soundings: Essay Memoirs and Period Pieces."
Boxes 44-48, Box/Folder 49 : 1

June

Scope and Contents note

Typewritten manuscripts, dated from 1969-1990, relating to Chinese politics, society, and American history.
Box/Folder 49 : 2-3, Tape cabinet

July

Scope and Contents note

Writings, photocopies of photographs, and material relating to an exhibit on Helen Foster Snow, which opened in Beijing on July 10, 1987. Also included is a videocassette entitled, "HFS Exhibition from Photo Album Sent to Her from An Wei."
Box/Folder 49 : 4-5

1991

Scope and Contents note

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

1992

Boxes 50-53

May

Scope and Contents note

Writings, correspondence, notes, speeches, articles, news dispatches, books, and clippings relating to various aspects of Helen Foster Snow's life, such as her return to China in 1972, as well as the histories of China, England, and New England (1932-1992). Box 51 contains a Chinese translation of Inside Red China, a Chinese translation of Red Star Over China, a Korean translation of Song of Ariran, and a Japanese translation of My China Years. Box 53 also contains The Saybrook Story: A Dramatized History of Saybrook on the Connecticut River, Founded in 1635, a Japanese translation of My China Years, and several works in Chinese, including: Return to China, Collected Research of Zhang Wentian, and a history of modern China by Zhang Wentian.
Boxes 54-61

December

Scope and Contents note

Essays, short stories, notes, poems, and correspondence (1980-1992) relating to various aspects of Helen Foster Snow's life, Chinese society and politics, and early American history. Includes biographical information and photocopies of photographs. Box 58 also includes a Dictionary of International Biography. Box 59 includes the works Notes on the Early History of Madison, Connecticut, Volume I; The Photograph (an English translation of selected works of Bing Xin); and The Photograph Collection of Ba Jin which is in Chinese with English translations.
Boxes 62-64, 66

1997, 2011

Scope and Contents note

Includes writings, short stories, correspondence, and unpublished manuscripts, primarily focused on the experience of foreigners in China, the history of New England, and the achievements of Helen Foster Snow. Box 63 includes an envelope with six photos from the inauguration of the Helen Foster Snow School in China as well as a videocassette of a broadcast on "Song of Arirang" from KBS Seoul, Korea (March 28, 1993). Box 64 includes a book in Chinese entitled Mao Zedong's Homeland by Helen Foster Snow, an unpublished manuscript titled "Scenes from the China Years," and a hardbound copy of a photo essay compiled on the occasion of Wales' funeral, Bridging: A Photo Essay on the Life of Helen Foster Snow (in English with Chinese translations on each page). Box 66 includes handbills, broadsides, posters, dispatches, and news clippings, primarily relating to the Chinese Student Movement from 1931-1937. Also contains posters and pamphlets promoting the cause of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives, writings by Nym Wales, and clippings from Chinese newspapers of translated articles by Nym Wales and Edgar Snow.