Hugh Deane Collection of Edgar Snow Papers
Scope and Contents
This collection was donated by Hugh Deane in March 1988. He was a contemporary of Edgar Snow, having first visited China in 1936 as a student and later returning as a freelance writer and correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor and the Springfield (Mass.) Union and Republic newspapers in 1940, 1944-1946. He was an officer for the U.S.-China People's Friendship Association. The collection consists of reviews of Edgar Snow's Red Star Over China, two letters between Edgar Snow and Peg Snow, and two journals.
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Materials in this record group (series) are stored onsite, and a minimum of 1 business day is needed to retrieve them for use. Researchers interested in consulting any of the materials are advised to contact UMKC University Archives.
Conditions Governing Use
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