Papers of Mary Goforth Moynan, 1918-1994.


Moynan, Mary Goforth. Papers of Mary Goforth Moynan, 1918-1994.

Papers of Mary Goforth Moynan, 1918-1994.

Miscellaneous personal papers, an autobiography, oral history interviews and color slides.

3 reels of audio tape (3.7 hours)1 box (.25 cubic feet)

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Chinese nationalist political party. From the description of Zhongguo guo min dang records, 1894-1987. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872866 Historical Note Sun Yat-sen and other overseas Chinese concerned about the situation in China founded the Hsing Chung Hui in Hawaii on 24 November 1894. This organization was superseded by the Tung Meng Hui, formed by Sun and other Chinese in Tokyo on 20 August 1905. The headquart...

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