Snow Family Correspondence
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This copy of a letter was sent to E. Grey Dimond by Kenneth Krakauer, whose father was a business acquaintance of Edgar Snow's father.
The letter is from Edgar Snow, dated August 22, 1932, to his father, James Edgar Snow. It describes the Chinese commemorative stamps Edgar sent to his father, an avid stamp collector. It also tells of the current political situation in China, such as Japan controlling Manchuria and the potential for Communists in the country to start a revolution.
- 1932 August 22
- Snow, Edgar (1905-1972) (Person)
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- Becky Briggs Becker
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