.SNOW. Edgar Snow Collections
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Alvin Joslin Papers
This material was donated by Mrs. Alvin Joslin in August 1984. The Alvin Joslin Papers consist of one letter written to Alvin Joslin by Edgar Snow while "stow-away" to Yokahama, June 21, 1928, and one folder of contextual materials.
Beijing Museum Collection of Edgar Snow Papers
This material was donated by the Beijing Museum and presented by Liu Liqun in 1986.
This collection includes inscriptions by Snow for various public buildings in China, articles by Snow, correspondence to and from Snow, and Chinese articles and photographs. Correspondence includes letters from Snow to George Hatem (Ma Haide), Rewi Alley, Chou-en Lai, Mao Tse-tung, and Israel Epstein.
Charles White Papers
This letter was donated by Charles White and was removed from the Mary Clark Dimond Papers in July 1985.
The letter from Edgar Snow to his boyhood friend Charles White reminisces about a summer trip they took together as youths.
Claude and Mildred Snow Mackey Papers
Dorothy Salisbury Davis and Harry Davis Papers
This material was donated by Dorothy Salisbury Davis and Harry Davis, friends and neighbors of the Snow family at Sneden's Landing, New York, and removed from the Mary Clark Dimond Papers in 1985. Dorothy Davis sent an addition to the collection to E. Grey Dimond in March 1991.
The papers include correspondence from Edgar Snow to the Davises discussing Dorothy's books, Edgar's work, family business affairs, and visits.
Dr. Corliss Lamont Papers
Dr. Dillard M. Eubank Papers
This collection was donated by Dr. Dillard M. Eubank's widow, Anna Louise Eubank. Dr. Eubank was a physician in China, 1944-1945, and the communist military capital of Yenan in 1945. He was born in China.
Eubank's papers include photographs, correspondence, and a 1945 reminiscence written of his time in Yenan.
Dr. E. Grey Dimond Collection of Edgar Snow Papers
This collection contains correspondence between UMKC School of Medicine Dean Dr. E. Grey Dimond, his wife Mary Clark Dimond, and Edgar Snow. The collection also includes correspondence, promotional materials, speeches, and scholarly papers related to E. Grey Dimond's activities promoting Edgar Snow's legacy after his death and Dimond's membership with the Smedley-Strong-Snow Society of China.
Dr. E. Grey Dimond Papers
The E. Grey Dimond Papers contain correspondence, general office files, publications, and audiovisual materials related to Dimond's professional activities at the University of Missouri-Kansas City's School of Medicine, the University of Kansas School of Medicine, the Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, and the American College of Cardiology. His personal papers include files related to his early life, his family and household, and his China trips.
Dr. Kenneth E. Shewmaker Papers
This material was donated by Dr. Kenneth E. Shewmaker to E. Grey Dimond in April 1987.
This folder contains letters from Edgar Snow to Dr. Shewmaker concerning his request for information on Agnes Smedley, his book, and a proposed project for Snow.
Dr. Theodore Herman Papers
Edgar Snow Correspondence to Raymond J. Marcus
Richard J. Marcus had written to Edgar Snow after reading "Will China Become a Russian Satellite," published in the April 9, 1949 issue of the Saturday Evening Post, through a letter to one of the newspaper's editors. Edgar Snow wrote directly to Marcus in response, and that letter is included in this folder.
Edgar Snow Papers
Eleanor Babcock Papers
This material was donated by Eleanor Babcock, a correspondent of Edgar Snow's, and was removed from the Mary Clark Dimond Papers in July 1985.
This material contains correspondence from Edgar Snow to Eleanor Babcock and concerns Snow family genealogy, a portrait of Samuel Snow given to Edgar Snow by Babcock, and the autobiography Snow was writing at the time. Also included is a photograph of Snow with his family.
George Hatem / Ma Haide Correspondence to Pauline S. Fergusson
George Hatem / Ma Haide Papers
George O. Pratt Papers
Harry and Betty Price Papers
This material was donated by Harry and Betty Price and was removed from the Mary Clark Dimond papers in July 1985. E. Grey Dimond donated an addition from Harry Price in April 1990.
These papers consist of a letter from Edgar Snow to Harry and Betty Price concerning the political climate in Japan in 1938. They also contain a page from Betty Price's diary from 1935, when the Prices visited Edgar and Helen "Peg" Snow in Beijing.
Henry Mitchell Collection of Edgar Snow Papers
Howard Snow Papers
This material was donated by Howard Snow, brother of Edgar Snow, in August 1984. This material consists of correspondence, magazines, printed material, newsclips and photos. It includes correspondence from Lois Snow, Mildred Mackey, Mary Clark Dimond, and copies of letters from Howard Snow to various editors and discusses family matters, Edgar Snow's illness, trip to China in 1970 and disposition of his papers.
Hugh Deane Collection of Edgar Snow Papers
Israel Epstein and Elsie Fairfax-Cholmeley Papers
This material was donated by Dr. Henry Mitchell, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and International Affairs at UMKC. He secured the material from the Epsteins via UMKC professor Dr. Robert Farnsworth in China in November 1984.
This collection contains one folder of copies of letters sent by Edgar Snow to Chinese journalist and author Israel Epstein and his wife Elsie Fairfax-Cholmeley. The letters discuss publications as well as Chinese and world affairs.
James Bertram Papers
John S. Service Papers
This material was donated by John Service to E. Grey Dimond in April 1987.
This material contains correspondence between John Service, of the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of California - Berkeley, and Edgar Snow and concerns Service's trip to China, the leadership struggles in China in the early 1970s, Snow's book Journey to the Beginning, and Snow's attempts to finish his last book.
John Snow Papers
This material was donated by John Snow, Edgar Snow's nephew, to Mary Clark Dimond and was removed from her papers in July 1985.
These three folders contain correspondence from Edgar Snow to his nephew John Snow and to Edgar Snow from a Senate subcommittee, as well as notes for a speech Edgar Snow delivered to the Council for World Affairs in Cleveland, Ohio on March 28, 1955.