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Chungking (Chongqing) Deals New Hand With Old Deck - Miss Smedley Says Cabinet Shift No Help To China - P.M.
Missionary Believes That Central China Peasants Will Support Nanking's (Nanjing) Reconstruction. Work Masses Do not Change In Spite of War, Disaster
N.C.D.N. 1936 - "From Fushin" - Writing on February 21 from Yennanfu (Fushih, Yananfu, Fuxi) where Communists have their headquarters in Shensi (Shanxi), Miss Agnes Smedley is good enough to correct what she believes was a statement in this journal to the effect that the British church in Fushih (Fuxi) had been burnt to the ground ..."
Newspaper Woman Declares Civil War Threatens China
Skidmore News, Agnes Smedley, China's Friend Will Lecture Here Friday Evening - Experience in War-Torn China Is Topic Chosen By Red Cross Worker, Foreign Correspondent and Author.
Skidmore News, Agnes Smedley Will Present Unvarnished Truth About China - Dramatic Expose Defies Censorship; Interprets True Spirit of Chinese People- by Jean Weinstein and Josy Savoca. (Article incomplete)
A Play About China, B. Persons In The Play - Two versions - 2 pages
A Play About China, C. Production Note to Act I - 2 pages