Americans -- China
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Carolyn Davidson Hill Diary and Family Papers
Call Number: MS 2122
Abstract: The Carolyn Davidson Hill diary and family papers consist of the diary Hill kept during the Battle of Shanghai in 1949 as well as photographs and related material on the experiences of Hill, her husband Horace "Hod" Hill, and other workers at the Caltex Oil Terminal. Additional materials in the collection document the Hill's family history, their friends, work, and travel. A letter from a family friend, Paul Bordwell, discusses his experience in Singapore during an anti-colonial riot in...
Dates: Circa 1914-2021
Edward H. and Lotta C. Hume papers
Call Number: MS 787
Abstract: The papers document the career of Edward H. Hume, a physician and educator, whose major work was divided between China, where he founded the Hunan-Yale Medical College (1914) and New York, where he was trustee and director of the New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital (1928-1933). His life-long interest in Chinese medical problems is shown in his correspondence with members of the Yale-in-China Association staff. His subject files document the history of the various institutions...
Dickson H. and Marjorie B. Leavens papers
Call Number: MS 715
Abstract: The major portion of the papers of Dickson H. Leavens, economist and faculty member of the Yale Mission College in China, is made up of family and business correspondence. In the family correspondence, conducted regularly over nearly two decades (1909-1922), Leavens reports on the activities of the College and on political events in China, particularly in Changsha and Hunan. With his business correspondents, who were largely members of the Yale-in-China staff, the main subject is mission...
Hugh Rechnitzer papers
Call Number: MS 1142
Chiefly photographs of China, ca. 1900-1905, some made during the Boxer Rebellion of 1900. Also photographs of Indonesia, Japan, Java, Singapore, and Vietnam where Rechnitzer traveled on business.There is also a small amount of family correspondence, personal photographs, and memorabilia.
Found in: Manuscripts and Archives > Hugh Rechnitzer papers