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Location OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2

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Contains 16 Results:

Indusco correspondence, 1941-1943

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 92
Identifier: B
Scope and Contents

includes the Far Eastern Bulletin and the articles, "International Committee for Chinese Industrial Cooperatives Productive Relief Fund", "Indusco Cadre", "Statistical Survey of C.I.C. Work and its Growth", and "The Work of the Chinese Industrial Cooperatives"

Dates: 1941-1943

Indusco correspondence, undated, circa 1938-1940, undated

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 93
Identifier: B
Scope and Contents

includes notes, minimal correspondence and articles by Edgar Snow and various authors on C.I.C.

Dates: circa 1938-1940, undated

Indusco correspondence, undated, circa 1938-1940, undated

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 94
Identifier: B
Scope and Contents

includes notes and articles by Edgar Snow and various authors on C.I.C.

Dates: circa 1938-1940, undated

Newspaper clippings and manuscripts (by other authors) about C.I.C. includes "Indusco News and Bulletin", undated

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 95
Identifier: B
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

In the late 1930s, Edgar Snow, Nym Wales, and Rewi Alley established the Chinese Industrial Cooperative organization, Indusco. Snow's primary responsibility as chairman of the Membership and Propaganda Subcommittee was to build public and financial support for Indusco. Indusco was most active through the 1940s.

Dates: undated

I.S.A. correspondence, 1959-1960

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 96
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The International School of America, chartered by the New York Board of Regents, was a non-profit secondary school which organized study abroad for mostly senior high school students. Edgar Snow served as a faculty member for two years, 1959-60, traveling with students to places such as India, Europe, and Japan.

Dates: 1959-1960

I.S.A. student biographies, 1959

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 97
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents

includes article, "Mid-Year and Mid-Journey", an article on student Georgia Lee Grise by Edgar Snow, 1960

Dates: 1959

I.S.A. course materials and lecture notes, 1959

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 98
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The International School of America, chartered by the New York Board of Regents, was a non-profit secondary school which organized study abroad for mostly senior high school students. Edgar Snow served as a faculty member for two years, 1959-60, traveling with students to places such as India, Europe, and Japan.

Dates: 1959

I.S.A. course materials and lecture notes, 1959-1960

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 99
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents

includes I.S.A. school bulletin #1, Dec., 1959

Dates: 1959-1960

I.S.A. course materials and lecture notes, 1959-1960

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 100
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The International School of America, chartered by the New York Board of Regents, was a non-profit secondary school which organized study abroad for mostly senior high school students. Edgar Snow served as a faculty member for two years, 1959-60, traveling with students to places such as India, Europe, and Japan.

Dates: 1959-1960

I.S.A. sociology course notes and questionnaires, 1959

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 101
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The International School of America, chartered by the New York Board of Regents, was a non-profit secondary school which organized study abroad for mostly senior high school students. Edgar Snow served as a faculty member for two years, 1959-60, traveling with students to places such as India, Europe, and Japan.

Dates: 1959

I.S.A. receipts and memorabilia, 1959

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 102
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The International School of America, chartered by the New York Board of Regents, was a non-profit secondary school which organized study abroad for mostly senior high school students. Edgar Snow served as a faculty member for two years, 1959-60, traveling with students to places such as India, Europe, and Japan.

Dates: 1959

I.S.A. questionnaires, 1960

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 103
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The International School of America, chartered by the New York Board of Regents, was a non-profit secondary school which organized study abroad for mostly senior high school students. Edgar Snow served as a faculty member for two years, 1959-60, traveling with students to places such as India, Europe, and Japan.

Dates: 1960

I.S.A. tour schedules and host families, 1960

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 104
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The International School of America, chartered by the New York Board of Regents, was a non-profit secondary school which organized study abroad for mostly senior high school students. Edgar Snow served as a faculty member for two years, 1959-60, traveling with students to places such as India, Europe, and Japan.

Dates: 1960

I.S.A. press releases, 1959

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 105
Identifier: C

I.S.A. school bulletins, 1959-1960

 File — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: 106
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

The International School of America, chartered by the New York Board of Regents, was a non-profit secondary school which organized study abroad for mostly senior high school students. Edgar Snow served as a faculty member for two years, 1959-60, traveling with students to places such as India, Europe, and Japan.

Dates: 1959-1960

Photograph Negatives, undated

 Sub-Series — Location: OOR Range 22 Section 1 Shelf 2, Folder: P174-P190
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Edgar Snow Papers are divided into seven sections which reflect Edgar Snow's contribution to American journalism and Sino-American relations. In general, the papers are straightforward in their contents and are arranged to follow the course of Snow's life work: personal and business correspondence; diaries and notebooks; notes related to manuscripts and interviews; various drafts and revisions of both article and book manuscripts; clippings of published articles and book reviews;...
Dates: undated