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Rockefeller Foundation

Correspondence of The Rockefeller Foundation consists principally of material not directly connected with an institutional grant. It includes: inter-office memoranda, correspondence between field officers and the home office, extracts from officers' diaries, forms and other material relating to fellowships; casual requests for information, employment, or aid; printed matter and letters of abuse received by the Foundation. As such, the General Correspondence provides insight into the day-to-day workings of the Foundation.

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Rockefeller Foundation

Correspondence of The Rockefeller Foundation consists principally of material not directly connected with an institutional grant. It includes: inter-office memoranda, correspondence between field officers and the home office, extracts from officers' diaries, forms and other material relating to fellowships; casual requests for information, employment, or aid; printed matter and letters of abuse received by the Foundation. As such, the General Correspondence provides insight into the day-to-day workings of the Foundation.

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Murphy, Charles T., Mrs.

This collection consists of postcards from around the world. Subjects include landscapes, buildings, churches and religious shrines, works of art, and people. Countries represented in the collection include: Austria, Burma (Myanmar), Canada, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), China, Egypt, England, France, Holland, India, Italy, Japan, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Tibet, United States. The prints focus on the architecture of China, particular Beijing and Peking, including the Summer Palace and other temples.

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Missionary Research Library (New York, N.Y.)
The China Information Committee 中國情報委員會 was established in late 1937 as part of the newly-formed Chinese Ministry of Information, an organ of the Chinese Nationalist Party (guomindang 國民黨), to produce propaganda for a foreign audience regarding the ongoing hostilities between China and Japan. The collection contains a series of propaganda news releases in English produced during the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945), reports on the wartime Chinese economy, war crimes, refugees, and the gradual retreat and relocation of industries and offices to Chongqing in West China.