East Carolina University - Joyner Library
East Carolina University - Joyner Library
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Writings relating to books written by Western travelers to China from the sixteenth century through the nineteenth century; and Chinese paintings, scrolls and engravings.
University of California, San Diego
A small collection of photograph albums and scrapbooks, probably kept by Mr. and Mrs. Vergil F. Bradfield. Vergil Bradfield lived in Peking, China from 1919 to 1938. Two of the volumes contain photographs of China, including many images of Peking, its people, and environs. The scrapbooks contain memorabilia, ephemera and photostatic copies of illustrated Chinese medical texts.
Indiana University - Lilly Library
Consists of three photograph albums and a scrapbook of travels in the Far East, especially the Philiippines and China.
Yale University - Manuscripts and Archives
The 127 lantern slides were taken by Stanley Wilson during his four years in China when he was supervisory architect for the firm of Murphy and Dana. The slides document the construction of the Yale-China Changsha campus in 1914. In addition to views of the construction site, there are also a number of slides showing scenes of everyday life in China.
Harvard University - Baker Library
The Albert M. Knight papers are letters written by an American businessman in China to his fiancée, 1863-1872.
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Personal and collected correspondence, speeches and writings, news dispatches, interviews, reports, memoranda, organizational records, and photographs relating to the Chinese communists; the industrial cooperative movement, student movement, and labor movement in China; the Sian incident, 1936; the Sino-Japanese Conflict; and Chinese art and literature.
State Historical Society of Missouri
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection gives a fascinating account of a trip around the world by a young school teacher and her elderly cousin. In the journal, which she kept daily, and the letters and postcards which she wrote to her parents, Mary Eaman not only described the places she visited, the people she saw, her travel companions, the food, accommodations, and transportation, but she also gave her reactions to the many new experiences. She delighted in her rides on elephants, camels, and ...
State Historical Society of Missouri
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Because demography is a multi-disciplinary field, Irene Taeuber’s papers will be of great interest not only to demographers, but also to sociologists, anthropologists, historians, statisticians, and scholars interested in population studies and fertility control. Taeuber based her research on comparative demography and modernization theory. Culturally and geographically she focused on eastern Asia—first Japan and then China. Her China project encompassed the population ...