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Irene Forsythe Hanson papers, 1907-1980

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Hanson, Irene, 1898-
Title
Irene Forsythe Hanson papers
Dates
1907-1980 (inclusive)
Quantity
6.5 linear feet, (14 containers)
Collection Number
Coll 028
Summary
Irene Forsythe Hanson (1898-1976) was a Christian missionary in Tsingtao (Qingdao) and the countryside of China from 1926 to 1951. The collection includes correspondence, publications, newspaper clippings and a diary that reflect her work as a missionary.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions
Collection is open to the public. Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.
Languages
English

Historical NoteReturn to Top

Irene Forsythe Hanson's twenty-five year career as a Presbyterian missionary to China ended abruptly in 1951, when emissaries of the Chinese Communist government roused her at 3:30am and gave her two hours to prepare for deportation to the United States. She had been harangued by the news media and in public meetings for eight weeks prior to this event; the Chinese government accused her of being a "chief American spy." Thus warned, she had prepared a bag filled with warm clothing in case of deportation to Siberia, and a lighter bag of "essentials" should she be imprisoned.

Hanson was born in 1898 in Enterprise, Oregon. She received a B.S. degree from Muskingum College (Ohio) in 1919, and also graduated from the Moody Bible Institute (Chicago) in 1924. It was not long after she arrived in Tsingtao (Qingdao), China in 1926, that the Nanking (Nanjing) Incident exploded. Strife between Nationalists and Communists escalated to the point that foreign missionaries were not safe. Hanson and her fellow missionaries left China for Korea, where she continued her Chinese language studies.

Soon, Hanson was back in China. Her language studies completed, she began a unique program of missionary work. With two Chinese Christians, Hanson became a village evangelist and teacher bringing Christianity to people in the countryside, most of whom had never seen a foreigner. She traveled by wheelbarrow and many of her experiences are found in her book, The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade (1972).

While traveling in China's countryside Hanson met an old Chinese Christian woman who adopted her, thus making her part of an extended Chinese family. This experience produced a book titled Cheng's Mother (1943).

The 1930s were a decade of turmoil; Japanese troops were invading China attempting to expand their territory. After Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Hanson was placed under house arrest for six months before being sent out of China in an exchange for prisoners in 1942.

Hanson spent the war years in the United States doing promotional work for Chinese missions. In 1946 she returned to China and was deported five years later by Chinese Communists.

Back home in 1952 she married Perry O. Hanson, who had been a missionary in China. Her missionary life over, Hanson returned to school for post-graduate work. She wrote and lectured about her experiences in China. She died in 1976.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Irene Forsythe Hanson Papers contain correspondence, literary manuscripts, printed matter, and a diary that dates from 1927 to 1930. The correspondence series is arranged chronologically covering the years 1921 through 1976, and are particularly rich in detail during Hanson's years in China, 1926-1951. This correspondence is a mix of incoming and outgoing letters. There are also letters written in Chinese which it has been guessed were written between the Fan family and Hanson during World War II when she was back in the United States.

The literary manuscripts series contains articles, sermons, travelogues, slide show scripts, and book manuscripts, many with several drafts; these documents are arranged alphabetically according to the title of the manuscript with the exception of "Miscellaneous" which is at the end. The manuscript of the book published as Cheng's Mother is filed under the working title "Mother Fan." There are two drafts that are both undated and neither is complete; therefore, no distinctions have been made on the folder titles or order of arrangement, aside from the correct page order within each draft.

The subject files series is arranged alphabetically by folder title, except "Miscellaneous" which is last. This series includes topics ranging from Chinese character writing to the will of Amy E. Forsythe, Irene's mother. One of the more significant files is titled "The Nanking Incident" and contains a series of reports by missionaries who survived this turmoil in 1927. Another interesting file contains Japanese propaganda.

The printed matter series includes newsletters, station reports, publicity for the Christian church, pamphlets and periodicals, and newspaper and magazine clippings; this order begins with the most personal material, newsletters, and moves to the least, newspaper clippings.

The oversize series is grouped by size in two boxes.

Photographs include snapshots of Hanson, her colleagues, and her travels in China and Korea.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Alternative Forms Available

Available in microfilm as part of: Women's lives. Series 3, American women missionaries and pioneers collection (MICROFILM BV3703 .W66 2006, reel 16-26); Primary Source Microfilm, 12 Lunar Dr., Woodbridge, Conn. 06525.

Restrictions on Use

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Irene Forsythe Hanson Papers, Coll 028, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Correspondence (incoming and outgoing intermixed)Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Correspondence
May 10, 1921; October 2-14, 1926
1 2
Correspondence
October 22-November, 1926
1 3
Correspondence
November 1-December 16, 1926
1 4
Correspondence
December 21 and 26, 1926
1 5
Correspondence
January 9-May 29, 1927
1 6
Correspondence
March 17-May 6, 1927
1 7
Correspondence
June 2, 1927-July 10, 1927
1 8
Correspondence
July 26, 1927-September 20, 1927
1 9
Correspondence
October 2, 1927-November 12, 1927
1 10
Correspondence
November 20, 1927-December 12, 1927
1 11
Correspondence
December 18, 1927-December 29, 1927
1 12
Correspondence
January 8, 1928-February 13, 1928
1 13
Correspondence
February 19, 1928-March 4, 1928
1 14
Correspondence
March 1928
1 15
Correspondence
April 2, 1928-April 7, 1928
1 16
Correspondence
April 8, 1928-May 6, 1928
1 17
Correspondence
May 16, 1928-July 12, 1928
1 18
Correspondence
July 20, 1928-August 19, 1928
1 19
Correspondence
September 4, 1928-October 28, 1928
1 20
Correspondence
November 4, 1928-December 19, 1928
1 21
Correspondence
January 1, 1929-March 3, 1929
1 22
Correspondence
April 14, 1929-June 2, 1929
1 23
Correspondence
June 9, 1929-July 21, 1929
1 24
Correspondence
August, 1929-September 15, 1929
1 25
Correspondence
September 22, 1929-November 18, 1929
1 26
Correspondence
December 3, 1929-December 11, 1929
1 27
Correspondence
January 6, 1930-February 17, 1930
1 28
Correspondence
March 23, 1930-June 15, 1930
2 1
Correspondence
July 1, 1930-September 3, 1930
2 2
Correspondence
September 16, 1930-December 18, 1930
2 3
Correspondence
January 23, 1931-July 14, 1931
2 4
Correspondence
January 15, 1932-October 5, 1932
2 5
Correspondence
October 11, 1932-December 16, 1932
2 6
Correspondence
January 14, 1933-May 7, 1933
2 7
Correspondence
May 24, 1933-July 24, 1933
2 8
Correspondence
July 30, 1933-December 20, 1933
2 9
Correspondence
January 8, 1934-May 25, 1934
2 10
Correspondence
June 8, 1934-August 18, 1934
2 11
Correspondence
September 3, 1934-October 8, 1934
2 12
Correspondence
October 22, 1934-January 28, 1935
2 13
Correspondence
February, 1935-May 29, 1935
2 14
Correspondence
May 31, 1935-November 2, 1935
2 15
Correspondence
November 17, 1935-March 16, 1936
2 16
Correspondence
March 30, 1936-June 20, 1936
2 17
Correspondence
July 8, 1936-September 11, 1936
2 18
Correspondence
September 24, 1936-December 29, 1936
2 19
Correspondence
January 11, 1937-March 7, 1937
2 20
Correspondence
March 16, 1937-July 27, 1937
2 21
Correspondence
July 30, 1937-October 5, 1937
2 22
Correspondence
October 25, 1937-March 9, 1938
2 23
Correspondence
March 10, 1938-July 29, 1938
2 24
Correspondence
July 29, 1938-December 18, 1938
2 25
Correspondence
April 7, 1939-December 6, 1940
2 26
Correspondence
April 9, 1941-December 15, 1942
2 27
Correspondence
January 14, 1943-December 6, 1944
3 1
Correspondence
March 19-November 14, 1945
3 2
Correspondence
November 22, 1945-May 13, 1946
3 3
Correspondence
May 14, 1946-November 7, 1946
3 4
Correspondence
February 3-July 26, 1947
3 5
Correspondence
August 14, 1947-April 27, 1948
3 6
Correspondence
June 6, 1948-September 1, 1949
3 7
Correspondence
February 14-November 26, 1950
3 8
Correspondence
March 12, 1953-October, 1953
3 9
Correspondence
December 1962-June 16, 1976
3 10
Correspondence, letters and fragments
undated
3 11
Undated letters and fragments
3 12
Undated letters and fragments
3 13
Undated letters and fragments
3 14
Undated letters and fragments
3 15
Undated letters and fragments
3 16
Undated letters and fragments
3 17
Undated letters and fragments
3 18
Undated letters and fragments
3 19
Letters written to Hanson in Chinese (from Shenyuan Wei, March 19, 1932 and April 14, 1932)
3 20
Letters written to Hanson in Chinese (from Meiyi, October 18-December 27, 1942)
3 21
Letters written to Hanson in Chinese (from Meiyi, January 4-February 19, 1943)
3 22
Letters written to Hanson in Chinese (from Meiyi, March 19-May 7, 1943)
3 23
Letters written to Hanson in Chinese (from Meiyi, May 8-June 25, 1943)
3 24
Letter written to Hanson in Chinese (from Ximin, October 16, 1945)
3 25
Letters written to Hanson in Chinese (from Peizhi, March 6, December 23)
3 26
Letter written to Hanson in Chinese (from Yunxuan, March 6)
3 27
Letter written to Hanson in Chinese (from Jinzuo, November 19)
3 28
Letter written to Hanson in Chinese (from Priest Dong, December 17)
3 29
Letters written to Hanson in Chinese (undated/fragments)
3 30
Envelopes sent to Hanson in Chinese (undated)
3 31
Form letters describing Hanson's missionary work and life experience in China
1926-June 1930
3 32
Form letters describing Hanson's missionary work and life experience in China
1930-December 1932
3 33
Form letters describing Hanson's missionary work and life experience in China
August 1932-October 1935
3 34
Form letters describing Hanson's missionary work and life experience in China
1936-June 1939
3 35
Form letters describing Hanson's missionary work and life experience in China
February 1941-July 5, 1945
3 36
Form letters describing Hanson's missionary work and life experience in China
November 19, 1945-April 1946
3 37
Form letters describing Hanson's missionary work and life experience in China
December 23, 1946-January 1946
3 38
Form letters describing Hanson's missionary work and life experience in China
undated
3 39
Form letters describing Hanson's missionary work and life experience in China
undated
4 1
Greeting Cards
4 2
Greeting Cards
4 3
Greeting Cards
4 4
Greeting Cards
4 5
Greeting Cards
4 6
Greeting Cards
4 7
Greeting Cards

Series II:  Literary ManuscriptsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
4 8
Becoming Like Christ
4 9
Breaking Through (Rough draft, Title page-page 6)
4 10
Breaking Through (Rough draft, pages 7-21)
4 11
Breaking Through (Rough draft, pages 22-35)
4 12
Breaking Through (Rough draft, pages 36-55)
4 13
Breaking Through (Rough draft, pages 56-69)
4 14
Breaking Through (Rough draft, pages 70-89)
4 15
Breaking Through (Rough draft, pages 90-108)
4 16
Breaking Through (Rough draft, pages 109-127)
4 17
Breaking Through (Rough draft, pages 128-138)
4 18
Breaking Through (Revised draft, Part I, Pages 1-19)
4 19
Breaking Through (Revised draft, Part I, Pages 20-46)
4 20
Breaking Through (Revised draft, Part I, Pages 47-77)
4 21
Breaking Through (Revised draft, Part I, Pages 78-99)
4 22
Breaking Through (Revised draft, Part II, Pages 1-22)
4 23
Breaking Through (Revised draft, Part II, Pages 23-30, 87-99)
4 24
Breaking Through (Miscellaneous)
4 25
Breaking Through (Miscellaneous)
4 26
"But-God"
4 27
Short play, Calling Kow Shing's Soul to Come Home
4 28
Short story, "Chen Pao's Wedding"
4 29
Short story, "Chinese Christians Carry on-with God"
5 1
"Chinese New Year Customs"
5 2
Article, "The Choice"
5 3
Christian art
5 4
Christian art
5 5
Christian art
5 6
Christian art
5 7
Christian art
5 8
Christian art
5 9
" 'Fragrant Arbutus' ' Engagement"
5 10
"God Ministers to Warworn China" (article)
5 11
"God's Footprints" (Preliminary draft, pages 2-17)
5 12
"God's Footprints" (Preliminary draft, pages 18-31)
5 13
"God's Footprints" (Preliminary draft, pages 32-45)
5 14
"God's Footprints" (Preliminary draft, pages 46-51; First draft)
5 15
"God's Footprints" (Second draft; Final draft)
5 16
"God's Footprints" (Miscellaneous)
5 17
"Grey Eagle" (high school composition)
5 18
"A Gypsy for the Gospel" (handwritten travelogue)
5 19
"Is the Missionary Era Ended?" (article)
5 20
"The Last Freedom" (dialogue)
5 21
"Little South Street"-- Peking (travelogue)
5 22
"Little South Street"-- Peking (travelogue)
5 23
"Mother Fan" (Draft, Part I)
5 24
"Mother Fan" (Draft, Parts II and III)
5 25
"Mother Fan" (Draft, Part IV, Part V, Pages 1-7)
5 26
"Mother Fan" (Draft, Part V, Pages 8-25)
5 27
"Mother Fan" (Draft, Part I)
5 28
"Mother Fan" ( Draft, Parts II, III, and IV)
5 29
"Mother Fan" (Draft, Part V, Pages 1-20)
5 30
"Mother Fan" (Draft, Part V, Pages 21-27; Miscellaneous)
5 31
"Old China and New" (slideshow script)
5 32
"Post-War North China" (slideshow script)
5 33
Speech at the Third Presbyterian
5 34
Tsingtao (Qingdao), China (slideshow script)
5 35
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Title page-page 9)
5 36
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 10-20)
5 37
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 21-27)
5 38
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 28-33)
5 39
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 34-44)
5 40
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 45-56)
5 41
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 57-60)
5 42
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 61-74)
5 43
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 75-80)
5 44
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 81-89)
5 45
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 90-99)
6 1
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 100-109)
6 2
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 110-117)
6 3
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 118-126)
6 4
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 127-134)
6 5
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 135-146)
6 6
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 147-155)
6 7
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 156-163)
6 8
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 164-170)
6 9
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 171-179)
6 10
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 180-183)
6 11
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft, Pages 184-192)
6 12
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Title page-page 12)
6 13
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Pages 13-27)
6 14
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Pages 28-36)
6 15
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Pages 37-58)
6 16
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Pages 59-76)
6 17
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Pages 77-99)
6 18
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Pages 100-118)
6 19
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Pages 119-133)
6 20
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Pages 134-146)
6 21
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Pages 147-166)
6 22
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Pages 167-183)
6 23
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Edited Carbon, Pages 184-193)
6 24
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft Notes, Pages 1-11, 28-30)
6 25
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft Notes, Pages 31-43)
6 26
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft Notes, Pages 44-56)
6 27
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft Notes, Pages 57-70)
6 28
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, (Draft Notes, Pages 71-80)
6 29
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Silhouettes
6 30
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Silhouettes
6 31
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Silhouettes
6 32
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Silhouettes
6 33
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Silhouettes
6 34
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Miscellaneous
6 35
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Miscellaneous
6 36
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Miscellaneous
6 37
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Miscellaneous
6 38
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Miscellaneous
6 39
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Miscellaneous
6 40
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Paper cards
6 41
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Paper cards
6 42
The Wheelbarrow and the Comrade, Paper cards
6 43
Miscellaneous fragments and notes
6 44
Miscellaneous fragments and notes
6 45
Miscellaneous fragments and notes
6 46
Miscellaneous fragments and notes
7 1
Miscellaneous fragments and notes
7 2
Miscellaneous fragments and notes

Series III:  Subject FilesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
7 3
Chinese characters and writing
7 4
Chinese characters
7 5
Documents
7 6
Financial Notebook
7 7
Hanson promotion and biography
7 8
Japanese propaganda
7 9
Korean figures
7 10
Madame Chiang Kai-Shek
7 11
The Nanking Incident
March 1927
7 12
Statistics of The China Missions
June 30, 1929-June 30, 1930
7 13
Will of Amy E. Forsythe (Irene's mother)
7 14
Miscellaneous
7 15
Miscellaneous
7 16
Miscellaneous
7 17
Miscellaneous
7 18
Miscellaneous
7 19
Miscellaneous

Series IV:  Printed MatterReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
7 20
Newsletters
October 19, 1929
7 21
Newsletters
November 9, 1929
7 22
Newsletters
December 21, 1929
7 23
Newsletters
January 18, 1930
7 24
Newsletters
January, 1931-September 20, 1937
7 25
Newsletters
September 29, 1937-November 3, 1937
7 26
Newsletters
November 5, 1937-January 19, 1938
7 27
Newsletters
March 19, 1938-July 29, 1940
7 28
Newsletters
August 2, 1940-September 19, 1940
7 29
Newsletters
September 27, 1940-October 31, 1940
7 30
Newsletters
October, 1940-November 22, 1940
7 31
Newsletters
November 29, 1940-December 13, 1940
7 32
Newsletters
December 20, 1940-January 16, 1941
7 33
Newsletters
January 24, 1941-February 14, 1941
7 34
Newsletters
February 25, 1941-April 24, 1941
7 35
Newsletters
April 1941-January 19, 1942
7 36
Newsletters
January 26, 1942-February 6, 1943
7 37
Newsletters
February 15, 1943-September 16, 1943
7 38
Newsletters
October 27, 1943-January 24, 1944
7 39
Newsletters
February 7, 1944-August 15, 1945
7 40
Newsletters
November 7, 1945-November 26, 1945
7 41
Newsletters
November 29, 1945-January, 1946
7 42
Newsletters
January 1946-March 1946
7 43
Newsletters
March 1946-April 1946
8 1
Newsletters
April 1946-May 1946
8 2
Newsletters
May 1946-October 4, 1949
8 3
Newsletters, Undated
8 4
Publicity for the Christian church
8 5
Publicity for the Christian church
8 6
Publicity for the Christian church
8 7
Publicity for the Christian church
8 8
Publicity for the Christian church
8 9
Station Reports
1925-1926
8 10
Station Reports
1926-1927
8 11
Station Reports
1927-1928
8 12
Station Reports
1928-1929
8 13
Station Reports
May 1929-April 1930
8 14
Station Reports
August 1 and 25, 1931
8 15
Station Reports
1930-1931
8 16
Station Reports
1933-1934
8 17
Station Reports
1933-1934
8 18
Station Reports
1933-1934
8 19
Station Reports
1936
8 20
Station Reports
1939
8 21
Station Reports
1941-1942
8 22
Station Reports, Undated
8 23
Pamphlets and periodicals
1928
8 24
Pamphlets and periodicals
July 2-10, 1930
8 25
Pamphlets and periodicals
January 6, 1931
8 26
Pamphlets and periodicals
1932
8 27
Pamphlets and periodicals
circa 1937
8 28
Pamphlets and periodicals
November 29, 1938
8 29
Pamphlets and periodicals
1938
8 30
Pamphlets and periodicals
1938
8 31
Pamphlets and periodicals
July 1, 1939
8 32
Pamphlets and periodicals
July 8, 1939
8 33
Pamphlets and periodicals
August 1939
8 34
Pamphlets and periodicals
June 27, 1940
8 35
Pamphlets and periodicals
June 27, 1940
8 36
Pamphlets and periodicals
August 1940
8 37
Pamphlets and periodicals
1941
8 38
Pamphlets and periodicals
1941
8 39
Pamphlets and periodicals, Undated
8 40
Pamphlets and periodicals, Undated
9 1
Pamphlet and magazine clippings
December 10, 1907-November 24, 1940
9 2
Pamphlet and magazine clippings
1940-January 24, 1944
9 3
Pamphlet and magazine clippings
May 1944-March 1946
9 4
Pamphlet and magazine clippings
June 2, 1946-1970
9 5
Pamphlet and magazine clippings (Pictures)
9 6
Pamphlet and magazine clippings, Undated
9 7
Pamphlet and magazine clippings, Undated
9 8
Pamphlet and magazine clippings, Undated
9 9
Pamphlet of Ginling College, China
9 10
Book of Chinese characters
9 11
Christian pamphlet
9 12
"World Vision" (Christian magazine)
April 1980
9 13
Photocopied newspaper clippings
9 14
Photocopied newspaper clippings
9 15
Photocopied newspaper clippings
9 16
Photocopied newspaper clippings
9 17
Photocopied newspaper clippings
9 18
Photocopied newspaper clippings
9 19
Newspaper clipping and photocopies
9 20
Chinese Newspaper clippings

Series V:  DiaryReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
10
Diary
1927-1930

Series VI:  OversizeReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
11 1
Chinese characters
11 2
"The Pictorial Review of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek's Military and Political Career"
11 3
Greeting cards
11 4
Christian Chinese art
11 5
Picture map of China
11 6
Chinese Publication
11 7
Newspaper clippings
11 8
China Days (Graphic Scrapbook)
11 9
China Days (Graphic Scrapbook)
11 10
China Days (Graphic Scrapbook)
11 11
China Days (Graphic Scrapbook)
12 1
Religious teaching aid (Chinese)
12 2
Chinese art
12 3
Chinese characters
12 4
Chinese characters
12 5
Chinese characters
12 6
Map of China
12 7
Newspaper clippings

Series VII:  Photographs (PH096)Return to Top

1.25 linear feet
Hanson, Irene Forsythe, 1898-1976
Container(s) Description
Box
1
Korea album, snapshots
2
Large prints