Collection ID: FA1190

Collection context


National Committee on United States-China Relations
26.13 Cubic Feet and 68 document boxes, 1 oversized document box
English, Chinese.


Scope and Content:

RG 8 contains records of the U. S. - China Teachers Exchange Program, 1996-2014, including files on program and funding, American teachers, and participating schools in the U. S. and China. Other significant materials include Board of Directors Minutes Books from 1966-2007 and individual Members' files; as well as correspondence files for NCUSCR presidents Douglas Murray and John Holden, 1997-2004. There is also a small series of Clippings files, primarily concerning Chinese relations with the U. S., the U. S. S. R., and other Asian countries, mainly for the 1970s- mid-1980s.


The records of the National Committee on United States – China Relations are divided into ten record groups, which reflect the order in which the records were received (but which are otherwise an artificial distinction). The records are sorted intellectually into series, which carry over through all record groups, but they have received minimal physical rearrangement. RG 8 of the NCUSCR records is arranged into four series: 2 – Exchanges – General; 11 – Board of Directors, Committees, and Members records; 14 – NCUSCR Presidents' Files; and 15 – Clippings and Reference.

Rules or conventions:
Describing Archives: A Content Standard



Open for research with select materials restricted as noted. Brittle or damaged items are available at the discretion of RAC. Researchers interested in accessing digital media (floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, etc.) in this collection must use an access surrogate. The original items may not be accessed because of preservation concerns. To request an access surrogate be made, or if you are unsure if there is an access surrogate, please contact an archivist. When requesting audiovisual material, please refer to the Title and the AV Number (example: AV 1916). Researchers are asked to check the "Restrictions" note for each Title. If a Title does not currently have an access copy, please contact an RAC archivist for further instruction.

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