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The papers consist of correspondence and documents related to Frederick Townsend Ward's role as commanding officer of the "Ever Victorious Army" which helped crush the Taiping Rebellion in China (1850-1864). Material of a personal nature is minimal and pertains to his wedding arrangements.
The papers consist of letters written by three Belgian soldiers, Gustave Bleikertz, Georges Carlier, and Antoine Mahaut to Ruth Adele Williams from 1918 through 1920; a memoir written by Mahaut and a scrapbook of postcards that he sent to Williams. Biographical information and a photograph of Williams are included.
An artificial collection of printed material, photographs, songs, reports, correspondence, diaries, and miscellanea of United States men, many with a Yale University connection, relating to World War I, 1914-1919.
An artificial collection of publications, including propaganda, leaflets, posters, underground material, newspapers, correspondence, and memorabilia written in approximately fifteen languages from fifty nations which relate to World War II.
The papers consist of professional files; genealogical materials; photographs and memorabilia; and writings and translations documenting Yung Kwai's participation in the Chinese Educational Mission, his diplomatic career with the Chinese Legation, as well as his personal life.
The papers include correspondence, writings, and photographs relating to the life and career of Sophia Tierong Zhu. Autobiographical writings about Zhu and her husband, Zhang Ifan, who were both victims of anti-rightist movements in China, comprise a substantive part of the papers. The collection also documents Zhu's close relationship with many English Language Instructors from Yale University.
The collection consists of pamphlets, broadsides, and newspapers from organizations associated with the Zionist Revisionist movement, including Irgun Tsevai Leumi (Etsel) and Lohame Herut Yisrael (Lehi).