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Series Description

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1934-1959.

Physical Description: Box 1

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence between Ernest B. Price and Japanese officials, U.S. Government officials and friends, arranged alphabetically.
 

DIARY, 1947-1948.

Physical Description: Box 1

Scope and Content Note

Personal correspondence and notes, arranged chronologically.
 

HOWLAND RESEARCH PROJECT, 1932-1933.

Physical Description: Boxes 1-2

Scope and Content Note

Charts, correspondence, maps, notes, outlines, and syllabi for a proposed book by Charles Howland, Walter Hines Page School of International Relations, John Hopkins University. This research project was not completed because of the death of Mr. Howland in 1932. Ernest Price, then assistant to Mr. Howland, undertook the project and used the collected material as a basis for his lectures at the University of Chicago.
 

LECTURE AND CLASS NOTES, 1936, 1942.

Physical Description: Boxes 2-3

Scope and Content Note

Outlines, research notes, syllabus, and class lectures that were compiled by Ernest B. Price from material used in the Howland Research Project.
 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1925-1960.

Physical Description: Boxes 3-4

Scope and Content Note

Addresses, manuscripts, clippings, poems, reviews, and printed matter, arranged as listed.
 

SUBJECT FILE, 1914-1960.

Physical Description: Boxes 4-9

Scope and Content Note

Reports, memoranda, lists, clippings, memorabilia, printed matter, and other material, arranged alphabetically by subject.
 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICE FILES, 1914-1929.

Physical Description: Boxes 9-11

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, dispatches, reports, and official materials collected from assignments in China, arranged by subseries and thereunder by chronological order. The offices and positions held by E. B. Price constitute the subseries.
 

CHINA AIRWAYS OFFICE FILES, 1929-1930.

Physical Description: Box 11

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, Contracts, proposals and office materials collected by Ernest B. Price while serving as president, China Airways, arranged as listed.
 

NOTES, 1930-1942.

Physical Description: Boxes 12-13

Scope and Content Note

Note cards, containing information on Asia, arranged as listed.

Container List

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1934-1959.

Box: 1

Gubser, Charles S.

 

Judd, Walter

 

Kawasaki, Torao

 

Kinney, Henry W.

 

Lowndes, Arthur

 

Morse, Wayne

 

Saito, Hirosi

 

Special Senate Committee

 

miscellaneous

 

DIARY, 1947-1948.

Box: 1

Personal correspondence and notes

 

HOWLAND RESEARCH PROJECT, 1932-1933.

Box: 1

China's Interest in Manchuria.

 

Completed draft, first chapter, The Nature of Chinese Civilization, 1932.

 

Conflicts of Interest in Northeast Asia, Correspondence, 1932.

 

Ames, J. S.

 

Barnes, Joseph

 

Buell, Raymond L.

 

Carr-Saunders, A.

 

Carter, Edward

 

Field, Field V.

 

Hara, K.

 

Lattimore, Owen

 

MacMurray, J. V. A.

 

Merriman, R. B.

 

Myers, Denys P.

 

Root, Elihu

 

Rowell, Chester H.

 

Sokolsky, George E.

 

General correspondence, 1932

Box: 2

First tentative outline, by Ernest B. Price, 1933

 

Maps, lists of maps, books and charts

 

Maps, Northeast Asia Project

 

Northeastern Asia Project, outlines

 

Notes and outlines

 

Statement of purpose, 1933

 

Tentative statement, The Northeast Asia Project, 1933

 

LECTURE AND CLASS NOTES, 1936, 1942.

Box: 2

Research notes, Conflicts of Interest in Northeast Asia, 1936

 

Conflicts of Interest in Northeast Asia, Course 464

 

Lecture nos I - IV

Box: 3

Lecture nos VI - XII

 

Political Science 261, duplicate file, Autumn, 1936.

 

Materials and outlines for lectures and seminars.

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1925-1960.

Box: 3

An Aeroplane View of Northern Manchokuo.

 

All In A Day's Work.

 

American Policy In China Since V-J Day.

 

American Policy Towards China, 1958.

 

As Others See Us.

 

Beyond Human Understanding.

 

China In A Divided World.

 

China: The Summing-Up, 1944.

 

China's New Constitution And Its Protection.

 

The Chinese Communists.

 

The Chinese Concept Of Law.

 

The Chinese In Manchuria.

 

Chinese Symbolism.

 

A Close-Up Of Our Foreign Aid Program.

 

The Crisis of Democracy.

 

Extraterritoriality In China.

 

The Force Of Chinese Civilization.

 

The Future Of China.

 

International Law And Organization.

 

Leaves From A Consul's Notebook.

Box: 4

The Manchurians And Their New Deal.

 

My Friends The Chinese.

 

The Nature of Chinese Civilization.

 

A Question Of Color.

 

The Return Of Chang Kuo-Hua.

 

Secrets Of The Foochow Lacquer Shop.

 

Some Do's And Don'ts About China.

 

The Tiger Of Fragrant Mountain.

 

Toward Better World Patterns.

 

The Way Of Peace In Manchouko.

 

What About Formosa?

 

What Happaned In Panama?

 

What Is Manchouko?

 

What Makes Irving Fight?

 

What To Do About China?

 

Why The Chinese Nationalists Fell.

 

The World Is My Community.

 

Poems.

 

Miscellany.

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1914-1960.

Box: 4

American interests, opium suppression, 1933.

 

American Japanese relations, conflict of policies in China and Manchuria.

 

America's Aloofness New York Times editorial, November 30, 1937.

 

Biographical file, entry into the Foreign Service.

 

China

 

American policy towards China.

 

China and Korea.

 

China, 1945.

Box: 5

Constitution, Suggested draft of the constitution of China, circa 1914.

 

Cultural and social personalities.

 

Economic tariff.

 

Economy.

 

Economy, foreign trade.

 

Foreign relations, treaties.

 

Foreign relations, treaties, extraterritoriality.

 

Foreign relations, Washington conference.

 

Foreign relations with Great Britain.

 

Foreign relations with Japan.

 

Foreign relations with U.S.A., 1861-1880.

 

Foreign relations with U.S.A., 1933.

 

History, bibliographies.

 

History, pre-Manchu period.

 

History, 1912-1916.

 

Hong Kong notes, clippings and copies, 1950.

 

Kuomintang.

Box: 6

Language

 

Law for the emergency punishment of offenses, December 22, 1947.

 

Law of Hong Kong.

 

Nation making in China, January 1927.

 

Physical.

 

Political, Army and Navy.

 

Political, communism in China, 1927.

 

The Political Doctrines of Sun Yat-Sen, P.M.A. Linebarger.

 

Political, Functioning of government, protection of life and property.

 

Political, Government under the Tang Dynasty.

 

Political, Nationalist Government.

 

Political, Nationalist, 1930-1931.

 

Political status in Manchuria, 1932.

 

Press clippings, domestic conditions.

 

Sino-Japanese Conflict, M. Hsitien Lin, 1937.

 

Taxation.

 

Tsinan Incident, April 25, 1928-December 1, 1928.

 

Dutch East Indies, administration of the Dutch East Indies.

 

Exams, Ph.D. examinations, Johns Hopkins University, 1933.

 

Foreign aid program.

 

Foreign policy outline, Japan, China, and Russia in in Manchoukuo and Northeastern Asia, 1932.

 

Foreign policy, world politics program.

Box: 7

India, classroom notes, Stanford University, 1930.

 

Japan

 

Allied intervention in Siberia, 1918-1922.

 

Conflicting interests in the Far East.

 

Cultural and historical background.

 

Diplomatic Commentaries, by V. K. Ishii, 1931.

 

Emigration to Manchuria.

 

History.

 

Interest and attitudes.

 

Japan and Manchoukuo.

 

Negotiations with Japan, 1903-1904.

 

Newspaper comments.

 

Policies in Manchuria.

 

Repatriation, Japanese civilians.

 

Right to exist doctrine.

 

Johns Hopkins University, Page School appointment as research assistant, candidacy for Ph.D. degree, research project.

 

Latin American contributions to the peaceful settlement of international disputes.

Box: 8

Manchuria

 

Agricultural resources, 1933.

 

Communications.

 

Economics.

 

Extraterritoriality.

 

Foreign interests.

 

History.

 

Japan's domination of Manchouko.

 

Japanese interests, fisheries, oil, 1934.

 

Japanese occupation.

 

Maintenance of Manchoukuo.

 

Mineral resources, 1933.

 

Miscellaneous material.

 

Mongols.

 

Progress of Manchoukuo, 1934.

 

Railways.

 

South Manchuria Railway Company, 1937.

 

Newspaper clippings.

 

Northeastern Asia study.

 

Personal reference material.

 

Russia

 

Eastward migrations

 

General

 

Interest in Northeastern Asia, historical document.

 

Russia - Japan relations.

 

Russia - Japan, 1905 war.

 

Negotiations with Japan, 1903-1904.

 

Russians on the Amur Territory in the 17th Century.

 

Siberian Intervention of 1918-1922.

Box: 9

Soviet-German Non Aggression Pact, August 13, 1939.

 

Soviet Interests in Manchuria, 1924.

 

Study of regional areas in federal administration.

 

Treaties, Far Eaet.

 

Treaties, Russo-Japanese treaties of 1906-1907, concerning Manchuria and Mongolia.

 

Treaties, Russo-Japanese treaties, reviews.

 

United States Foreign Policy - China, San Francisco Chronicle Poll, 1958.

 

Vietnam.

 

FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICE FILES, 1914-1929.

Box: 9

Tientsin, China, Interpreter, 1916-1919.

 

Canton, China, Vice Consul, 1920-1921.

Box: 10

Foochow, China, Vice Consul, 1921-1925.

 

Tsinan, China, Vice Consul, 1928.

Box: 11

Nanking, China, Vice Consul, 1928-1929.

 

Miscellany.

 

CHINA AIRWAYS OFFICE FILES, 1929-1930.

Box: 11

Articles of incorporation.

 

Contracts.

 

Correspondence, 1929.

 

Proposals.

 

Memorandums.

 

Cables.

 

Miscellaneous data.

 

NOTES, 1930-1942.

Box: 12

Note cards, Conflicts of Interest in Northeast Asia, 1942.

Box: 13

Note card collection, Asia, 1930's.