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Lu, Kuan-Mien



Kuan-Mien Lu had a leadership role in Indusco, or the Chinese Industrial Cooperative Association. Indusco was founded in 1938 by foreign and Chinese activists to establish Chinese grassroots industrial cooperatives during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945).

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Kuan-Mien Lu Papers

Identifier: KC-19-21
Scope and Contents These materials were donated by Kuan-Mien Lu and removed from the Mary Clark Dimond Papers in July 1985.This folder contains correspondence from Kuan-Mien Lu to Mary Clark Dimond concerning the UMKC commencement honoring Edgar Snow, and Lu's visit to the United States. The folder also includes a typed manuscript article by Edgar Snow, "Indusco Pioneers of the Northwest," written in 1939, concerning Lu's leadership role in Indusco; and an article concerning UMKC's commencement...
Dates: 1939, 1983