Harmon Foundation Collection. 1922 - 1967. Motion Picture Films on Community and Family Life, Education, Religious Beliefs, and the Art and Culture of Minority and Ethnic Groups. 1930 - 1953. CHINA SHALL HAVE OUR HELP

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Harmon Foundation Collection. 1922 - 1967. Motion Picture Films on Community and Family Life, Education, Religious Beliefs, and the Art and Culture of Minority and Ethnic Groups. 1930 - 1953. CHINA SHALL HAVE OUR HELP

Harmon Foundation Collection. 1922 - 1967. Motion Picture Films on Community and Family Life, Education, Religious Beliefs, and the Art and Culture of Minority and Ethnic Groups. 1930 - 1953. CHINA SHALL HAVE OUR HELP

1922-1967

PROMOTIONAL FILM: On Sino-American support. R.1: William C. Bullitt, Wendell L. Willkie, Pearl S. Buck, Henry R. and Clare Boothe Luce speak at fund-raising dinner for United China Relief, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City. Chinese Ambassador to U.S. Hu-Shih poses. Parade. Volunteers collect donations. Willkie, N.Y. Gov. Herbert H. Lehman and Consul Gen. Tsune Chi Yu speak at outdoor rally. Newspaper stills of Lily Pons, New York Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia and Eleanor Roosevelt. Sun Yat Sen, Chiang Kai-shek and Mme. Chiang. Montage of Chinese contributions to western culture. R.2: War scenes from Sino-Japanese war and World War II. President Franklin D. Roosevelt speaks about China Relief.

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