Mass media and international relations
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
This material was donated by Lois Wheeler Snow, widow of Edgar Snow, in April 1988.
The major portion of Lois Wheeler Snow's papers relate to the 1982 symposium held in China commemorating the tenth anniversary of Edgar Snow's death. It consists primarily of printed material.
This material was given to Dr. William Woodward by his mother's cousin, Malcolm W. Lyon, and donated to E. Grey Dimond.
This material consists of photographs of China taken by Malcolm Lyon from 1925 to approximately 1927 when he was in the U.S. Navy. These photographs predate when Edgar Snow arrived in China for the first time in 1928. The photographs were originally stored in photo albums and disbound for easier preservation and access.
The Mary Clark Dimond Papers are divided into divisions and sections which reflect her personal life and her many civic activities. Her papers include correspondence; personal, academic, and professional documents; diaries and writings; condolence papers; and audiovisual materials. Additional information on China and the Dimonds’ associations there can be found in the China Files (KC-19-10).
This material consists of correspondence between New Zealand-born writer and political activist Rewi Alley and Edgar Snow, and includes discussions of personal matters, trips, mutual acquaintances, publications, and world and Chinese conditions. The papers also include Rewi Alley's poetry and photographs.
This material was donated by Robert E. Rosenwald, a classmate of Edgar Snow's in grade school and high school, in May 1987.
This collection contains a 1923 yearbook and the thirty-first annual commencement program for Westport High School of Kansas City, Missouri. Edgar Snow was a 1923 graduate from the high school and is listed in the commencement program.
This folder contains excerpts from writer Wang Fu Shih's book Wao Guo Ji Zhe Xi Bei Yin Xiang Ji (Impressions of the North-west by a Foreign Journalist), his speech commemorating the 80th birthday of Edgar Snow, and copies of three letters to Wang from Helen Foster Snow and James Bertram. The folder also includes a letter to the Edgar Snow Memorial Foundation, dated October 1, 1985, explaining his donation to the Edgar Snow Collection.