Channing and Popai Liem Papers, ca. 1927-1997

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Channing and Popai Liem Papers, ca. 1927-1997

Contains the personal archives of Dr. Channing Liem, a Korean nationalist and diplomat, with the papers of his wife Popai Liem. Dr. Liem's papers include manuscripts, speeches, sermons, correspondence with world leaders, and material related to organizations he founded or led in the United States in his fight for Korean reunification and peace. Much of his writing and correspondence is in Korean. Popai Liem's papers include memoirs, correspondence, and material related to her work with the Korean Patriotic Women's Association.

Number of containers: 11 boxes, 6 cartons, 12 volumes, 1 oversize folder; Linear feet: 14.5

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Liem, Channing, 1909-1996

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Channing Liem was born in Whangai Province, North Korea, on Oct. 30, 1909. He came to the United States in 1930 where he attended Lafayette College (1930-1934), Princeton (1940-1945), and Yale (1954-1955). He served as Consultant on Far Eastern Affairs to the U.S. Office of Censorship (1942-1945) and assisted in the Korean independence movement. He also served as Permanent Observer for Korea to the United Nations, 1960-1961, and was a professor of political science and Asian studies at Chatham C...

Liem, Popai

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Biographical Sketch Channing Liem, born in Whangai Province, North Korea October 30, 1909, came to the United States in 1930 where he attended Lafayette College (1930-1934) later studying political science at Princeton (1940-1945). He did post-graduate work on a Ford Fellowship at Yale (1954-1955). During World War II Liem served as Consultant on Far Eastern Affairs to the United States Office of Censorship (1942-1945) and assiste...