Yong-jeung Kim papers, 1906-1994.


Kim, Yong-jeung, 1898-1975. Yong-jeung Kim papers, 1906-1994.

Yong-jeung Kim papers, 1906-1994.

Correspondence, manuscripts, speeches, documents, news releases, printed materials, audio recordings, and motion picture film.

5 linear ft. (9 boxes + 1 flat box)



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