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Created1946-05-08
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Miss Smedley Sees Civil War In China If U.S. Grants Loan

ContributorsZhou, Enlai, 1898-1976 (Author)
Created1944-03-12
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Chow En-Lai (Zhou Enlai), On Constitutional Government and Solidarity - an address by Chow En-Lai (Zhou Enlai) in the memorial meeting on the occasion of the 19th anniversary of Dr. Sun Yat-sen's (Sun Zhongshan) death, Mimeographed - 6 pp.

ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Photographer)
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Unidentified snapshot of a Chinese Building.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1905-04-11
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In Manchuria, I stepped back into the Middle Ages. Yet industrialism was entering. (three views)

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1905-04-24
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Ronald O. Hall, Bishop of Hongkong (Hong Kong), one of the most determined British friends of China in whose home I lived in Hongkong (Hong Kong). His chief work was the development of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives and the care of the wounded soldiers and refugees.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1937 to 1940
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(Top photo) Editor, Ta Pieh Shan Er Pao (Da Bie Shan RiBao/ Da Bie Shan Daily), Lihwang (Lihuang), Anhwei (Anhui), This editor, now in the enemy rear, was once a young lecturer in a Peiping (Beijing) University. (Bottom photo) Soldiers of the New 4th Army Storm Guerrilla Detachment learn reading

(Top photo) Editor, Ta Pieh Shan Er Pao (Da Bie Shan RiBao/ Da Bie Shan Daily), Lihwang (Lihuang), Anhwei (Anhui), This editor, now in the enemy rear, was once a young lecturer in a Peiping (Beijing) University. (Bottom photo) Soldiers of the New 4th Army Storm Guerrilla Detachment learn reading and writing.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1928 to 1937
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(top photo) A slogan leader at a mass meeting in Yenan (Yan'an), Soviet China. (bottom photo) In the loess country of Northwest China. Villages dug in the hills and mountains.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1937 to 1940
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An election meeting preceding elections for village leaders. Central Hupeh (Hubei). In this "living education" system, villagers were taught methods of democratic elections, village and town administration.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1937 to 1940
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(Top photo)Throughout Central China I found peasants with guns under Military Training. (Bottom photo) Twice a year, high school graduates and younger local officials took competitive examinations to enter Government Officers Training Schools.

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ContributorsSmedley, Agnes, 1892-1950 (Author)
Created1937 to 1940
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{Top photo)I lectured across the length of Honan (Henan) --to civilians, students, soldiers.(Bottom photo)The Army soldier dressers on the North Hupeh(Hubei) battlefront did the best they could for the wounded and the wounded were grateful.