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China through western eyes.
Marlborough : Adam Matthew Publications, -
|All Authors / Contributors:||Adam Matthew Publications.|
|Description:||Microfilm reels ; 35 mm. + guide (42 p. ; 22 cm.)|
|Contents:||pt. 1-pt. 2. Sources from the William R. Perkins Library, Duke University (reel 1-30) --
pt. 3. The papers of J.A. Thomas, c1905-1923; from the William R. Perkins Library, Duke University (reel 31-47) --
pt. 4. Manuscript diaries and papers from the China Records Project at Yale Divinity Library (reel 48-70) --
pt. 5. Manuscript diaries and papers from the China Records Project at Yale Divinity Library (reel 71-88) --
pt. 6. Correspondence and papers of Sir Ernest Satow (1843-1929) relating to China from Public Record Office class PRO 30/33 (reel 89-103) --
Pt. 7. The Diaries of G E Morrison (1862-1920) from the Mitchell Library, Library of New South Wales (reel 104-123) --
Pt. 8. The papers of Rewi Alley (1897-1987) from the Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellinton, New Zealand (reel 124-138) --
Pt. 9. The Addis and Geller Collections from the School of Oriental & African Studies, London (reel 1-14)
Offers the diaries, journals, letters, photographs and scrapbooks of a host of American and British businessmen, tourists, missionaries, journalists and diplomats from the first British mission to China, 1792-94, to the onset of World War II.
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