Leslie H. Chen records, ca.1900-1933.

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Chen, Leslie H. Leslie H. Chen records, ca.1900-1933.

Leslie H. Chen records, ca.1900-1933.

Typescript edited transcriptions of correspondence, memoirs, diplomatic documents, monographs, newspapers articles from English language sources and English translations from Chinese sources.

1.5 linear ft. ( 3 boxes)

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