Charles Beach Boothe Papers, 1850-1976


Charles Beach Boothe Papers, 1850-1976

Correspondence, memoranda, and clippings, relating to the involvement of C. B. Boothe, Homer Lea, and other Americans, with Sun Yat-sen and other Chinese, in schemes to overthrow the Chinese Imperial Government, 1908-1911, and to Laurence Boothe, son of C. B. Boothe, 1905-1976. Includes a mounted photograph of Sun Yat-sen, 1910; printed copies of two books by Homer Lea, and and photocopies of mortality registers of Sacramento, California, 1850-1851. The Vermilion Pencil, The Valor of Ignorance;



SNAC Resource ID: 6664137

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