The Nanking Massacre Project

A Digital Archive of Documents & Photographs from American
Missionaries Who Witnessed the Rape of Nanking

From the Special Collections of the Yale Divinity School Library

Index to files
Nanking Massacre Archival Project
December 2007

This project was sponsored by the Japan ICU Foundation. All materials were scanned from holdings at the Yale University Divinity School Library Special Collections. Contact the Yale Divinity Library for more information about these documents: divinity.library@yale.edu

The materials are divided into the following sections:

  1. From the Archives of the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia, Record Group No. 11
  2. From the Albert and Celia Steward Papers, Record Group No. 20
  3. From the Miner Searle Bates Papers, Record Group 10
  4. From the China Records Project Miscellaneous Personal Papers Collection, Record Group No. 8  (papers and photographs of W. Plumer Mills, Anna Moffett Jarvis, Ernest Forster)
  5. From papers of Minnie Vautrin, in Record Groups No. 8 and 11, and Film Ms62

Part 1

Archives of the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia, Record Group No. 11

Document filename

RG 11: Box 229 Folder 3875: "College Files: University of Nanking: Correspondence: Wilson, Robert 1937"

NMP0012

Aug. 15 - Sept. 3, 1937 "Dear Folks"

            Letter from Robert O. Wilson to multiple people

NMP0013

Aug. 16, 1937 "Dear Dr. Wilson"

            Letter to Robert O. Wilson from B.A. Garside (?)

NMP0014

Sept. 24 - Dec. 14, 1937 "Dear Folks"

            Letter from Robert O. Wilson to multiple people

NMP0015

Nov. 8, 1937 "Dear Dr. Wilson"

Letter to Dr. Wilson from W. Reginald Wheeler (University of Nanking faculty / mission executive)

NMP0016

Dec. 15, 1937 - Jan. 9, 1938 "Dear Family"

            Letter from Dr. Wilson to his family

           

RG 11: Box 229 Folder 3876: "College Files: University of Nanking: Correspondence: Wilson, Robert 1938-1941"

NMP0017

Jan. 28 - 31, 1938 "Dearest Family"

            Letter from Dr. Wilson to his family

RG 11: Box 229 Folder 3873: "College Files: University of Nanking: Correspondence: Mrs. Robert Wilson 1936-1938"

NMP0001

Dec. 28, 1937 "Dear Mr. Garside"

Card from Marjorie Wilson (Mrs. Robert O. Wilson) to B.A Garside (administrator, Associated Boards for Christian Colleges in China)

NMP0002

Jan. 21, 1938 "Dear Marjorie"

NMP0003

Jan. 25, 1938 "Dear Marjorie"

NMP0004

Feb. 17, 1938 "Dear Marjorie"

NMP0005

August 11, 1938 "Dear Marjorie"

All four above (Jan 21-Aug 11, 1938): Letters from B.A. Garside to Marjorie Wilson

NMP0006

July 26, 1938 "Dear Mr. Garside"

NMP0007

August 27, 1938 "Dear Mr. Garside"

NMP0008

Sept. 23, 1938 "Dear Mr. Garside"

NMP0009

Sept. 26, 1938 "Dear Mr. Garside"

All four above (July 26 - Sept 26) Letters from Marjorie Wilson to B. A. Garside.

NMP0010

Sept. 26, 1938 "Dear Marjorie"

            Letter from B.A. Garside to Marjorie Wilson

NMP0011

Oct. 3, 1938 "Mrs. Wilson"

Letter from C.A. Evans to Marjorie Wilson regarding issuing her passport

Part 2

Albert and Celia Steward Papers, Record Group No. 20

RG 20: Box 10 Folder 220: "Nanking - conditions during Sino-Japanese war"

NMP0018

"The Classmate - Notes from a Nanking Diary"

Newsletter article (The Classmate: A Paper for Young People, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 30, 1938) on Minnie Vautrin"s journal

RG 20: Box 10 Folder 229: "Nanking, University of -newsletters   1937-1946"

NMP0019

November 10, 1937 "News Flashes from Nanking"

Newsletter (News Flashes from Nanking) compiled by W. Reginald Wheeler

NMP0020

December 24, 1937 "The University of Nanking"

Newsletter (News Flashes from Nanking) compiled by W. Reginald Wheeler

Part 3

Miner Searle Bates Papers, Record Group No. 10

RG 10: Box 1 Folder  5:  "Bates/wife and sons 1937 Jan-Aug"

NMP0021

Jan. 11, 1937 "Dearest"

Letter from Miner Searle Bates (Bates) to his wife Lilliath (LB), from Shanghai

NMP0022

March 23, 1937 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Tokyo

RG 10: Box 1 Folder 6: "Bates/wife and sons 1937 Sep-Oct"

NMP0023

Sept. 13, 1937 "Dear Mummy"

            Letter to Lilliath Bates from Morton Bates (son)

NMP0024

Sept. 13, 1937 "Dearest"

NMP0025

Sept. 23, 1937 "Dearest"

NMP0026

Oct. 2-4, 1937

            All above (Sept 13 - Oct 4): Letters to LB from Bates

NMP0027

Oct. 28, 1937 "Dear Daddy"

            Letter to Bates from Morton Bates

RG 10: Box 1 Folder 7:  "Bates/wife and sons 1937 Nov-Dec"

NMP0028

Nov. 14, 1937 "Dear Lilliath"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0029

Nov. 19, 1937 "Dear Searle"

            Letter from Minnie Vautrin to Bates, Nanking

NMP0030

Nov. 8, 1937 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0031

Nov. 5, 1937 "Dearest Lilliath"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0032

Nov. 17, 1937 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0033

Nov. 28, 1937 "Dear Lilliath"

            Postcard from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0034

December 24, 1937 "Dearest Lilliath"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

RG 10: Box 1 Folder 8"  "Bates/wife and sons 1938 Jan-Feb"

NMP0035

Jan. 1, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0036

Jan. 3, 1938 "Dear Lilliath"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0037

Jan. 9, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0038

Jan. 16, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0039

Jan. 21, 1938 "My dear Wife:"

Letter from Bates to LB from Nanking.

NMP0040

Jan. 29, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0041

Jan. 30, 1938 "Dear Morton and Bobby"

            Letter from Bates to his sons, from Nanking

NMP0042

Feb. 1, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0043

Feb. 3, 1938 "Dearest"

Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0044

Feb. 11, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0045

Feb. 13, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0046

Feb. 17, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0047

Feb. 23, 1938 "Dearest"

Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0048

Mar. (?) 1938

Letter from Bates to LB;  Unknown date (page 1 is missing)             

NMP0049

March 5, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB

NMP0050

March 12, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB

NMP0051

March 15, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB

NMP0052

March 21, 1938 (?) "Dear Lilliath"

            Postcard from Bates to LB

NMP0053

March 21 "Notes on items from your letters, March 7-10"

            Letter from Bates to LB

NMP0054

March 22, 1938 "Dear Lilliath"

            Letter from Bates to LB

NMP0055

March 30, 1938 "Dear Lilliath"

            Postcard from Bates to LB

NMP0056

April 2, 1938 "Dear L"

            Letter from Bates to LB

NMP0057

April 20, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB

NMP0058

April 27, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB

NMP0059

April 28, 1938 "Dear Bobby"

            Letter from Bates to his son, Bobby

NMP0060

April 30, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB

RG 10: Box 1 Folder 10: "Bates to/from wife and sons   1938 May"

NMP0061

May 11, 1938 "Dearest"

            Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

NMP0062

May 16, 1938 "Dearest"

Letter from Bates to LB, from Nanking

RG 10: Box 4 Folder 59: "Japanese Embassy, Nanking 1937-1939, Japanese Embassy, Shanghai 1938"

NMP0063

Dec. 17, 1937 "Gentlemen"

Letter to Japanese Embassy from W. Plumer Mills

NMP0064

Dec. 17, 1937 "Gentlemen"

Letter from Chairman, Emergency Committee, University of Nanking

NMP0065

Dec. 16, 1937 "Gentlemen"

Letter from Chairman, Emergency Committee, University of Nanking

NMP0066

Dec. 18, 1937 "Gentlemen"

Letter from Chairman, Emergency Committee, University of Nanking

NMP0067

Dec. 19, 1937 "Dear Sirs"

Letter from Robert O. Wilson

NMP0068

Dec. 21, 1937 "Dear Mr. Fukuda"

NMP0069

Dec. 22, 1937 "Gentlemen"

NMP0070

Dec. 25, 1937 "Dear Mr. Tanaka"

NMP0071

Dec. 27, 1937 "Gentlemen"

NMP0072

Dec. 30, 1937 "Gentlemen"

Letter from Charles H. Riggs and Miner Searle Bates

NMP0073

Dec. 30, 1937 "Gentlemen"

Letter from Bates

NMP0074

Dec. 31, 1937 "Gentlemen"

NMP0075

Jan. 8 - 18, 1938 "Gentlemen" and "Dear Mr. Allison"

Letter from Bates

NMP0076

Jan. 10, 1938 "Gentlemen"

NMP0077

Jan. 11, 1938 "Gentlemen"

Letter from Bates

NMP0078

Jan. 11, 1938 "Notes with a Copy..."

Letter to Rees-Baynton

NMP0079

Apr. 25, 1938 "Gentlemen"

NMP0080

Apr. 26, 1938 "Gentlemen"

Letter from Bates

NMP0081

May 11, 1938 "Dear Mr. Hanawa"

Letter from M.S. Bates

NMP0082

Sep. 10, 1938 "Dear Sir"

NMP0083

May 23, 1938 "Dear Mr. Horii"

Letter from M.S. Bates

           

RG 10: Box 4 Folder 60: "L"

NMP0084

Feb. 8, 1932 "Notes from Nanking" - Japan-China tensions -Manchuria

            Written by Bates

RG 10: Box 4 Folder 62: "M"

NMP0085

April 2, 1938 "Dear Mr. McKim

Letter from M.S. Bates to Rev. J.C. McKim, c/o Dr. John Wood, 281 Fourth Ave, New York City, regarding New York Times stories on Nanjing atrocities

RG 10: Box 4 Folder 63: "Nanking International Relief Committee   1941; Nanking, University of; Board of Founders   1937-1938"; National Christian Council, Shanghai   1938"

NMP0086

March 3, 1938 "National Christian Council, Shanghai - Dear Friends"

Letter from Bates to National Christian Council - return of missionaries to Nanjing

NMP0087

March 28, 1938 "KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS" (2 pages)

Legal document by Chairman of Board of University of Nanking, John W Decker, giving Bates power of attorney for U. of Nanking

NMP0088

April 2, 1938 "Dear Dr. Bates"

Letter from C.A. Evans to Bates informing of decision by board to give him power of attorney

NMP0089

December 20, 1937 "To Members of the Board of Founders and Relatives of  Staff"

Letter w/ telegram from US Secretary of State, Cordell Hull to board of U. of Nanking, letter prepared by B.A. Garside, sent to friends and relatives of staff of U. of Nanking informing of safety of staff.

NMP0090

May 1, 1941 "Dear Dr. Bates"

Letter from Forster, Kearney and Mills to Bates congratulating him on service of Nanking International Relief Committee

RG 10: Box 4 Folder 64: "P-T"

NMP0091

March 8, 1938 "Dear Friends in God"s Country"

Letter from Lewis and Margaret Smythe in Nanjing to United Christian Missionary Society in Indianapolis, IN re. current situation in Nanjing

RG 10: Box 4 Folder 65: "Timperley, H. J.   1936-1938"

NMP0092

Jan. 29, 1938 "Dear Bates"

Letter from H.J. Timperley (British author/ reporter for the Manchester Guardian) to Bates  regarding idea for book on Nanking and China atrocities by Japanese

NMP0093

Feb. 16, 1938 "Dear Dr. Hornbeck"

Letter to Dr. Hornbeck from Timperley regarding John Magee"s film, written from Shanghai American Club

NMP0094

Feb. 17, 1938 "Dear Bates"

Letter from H.J. Timperley to Bates about book project, mentions letter to Dr. Hornbeck

NMP0095

Feb. 4, 1938 "Dear Bates"

Letter from H.J. Timperley to Bates about editing and sources of book project

NMP0096

March 3, 1938 "Dear Timperley"

            Letter from Bates to Timperley about book project

NMP0097

March 14, 1938 "Dear Timperley"

            Letter from Bates to Timperley about book project

NMP0098

March 14, 1938 "Dear Bates"

Letter from Timperley to Bates about book project with book plan

NMP0099

March 21, 1938 "Dear Searle"

            Letter from Timperley to Bates about book project

NMP0100

March 21, 1938 "Dear Timperley

            Letter from Bates to Timperley about book project

NMP0101

March 25, 1938 "Dear Dr. Bates"

            Letter from Timperley to Bates about book project

NMP0102

March 28, 1938 "Dear Bates"

            Letter from Timperley to Bates about book project

RG 10: Box 90 Folder 718: C. Reports and memoranda from China 1935, 1936

NMP0103

November 1935 "Memorandum on Policy Toward Japan"

 

             Report by Bates

NMP0104

1936 "Please Destroy This Sheet After Making..." - Report on Present Day Japan

Written by Bates with particular reference to policy toward China; based on a visit of Bates to Japan in early 1936

NMP0105

April 10, 1936 "Suggestions on Policy Toward Japan"

 

Written by Bates

NMP0106

October 1, 1936 "Notes on the Diplomatic Situation as of Oct. 1, 1936"

 

             Written by Bates

NMP0107

Late 1936 "Explanatory Note to Accompany "Memorandum on Policy toward Japan""

 

             Written by Bates

RG 10: Box 90 Folder 719: C. Reports and Memoranda From China, 1937-1938

NMP0108

Spring 1937 "Cautious summary report"

Summary on army propaganda in Japanese schools

NMP0109

Christmas Eve, 1937 "Notes by Bates during December 1937"

NMP0110

1937 "Friendly Caution - And a Little Information"

             Report on Japan by Bates

NMP0111

1937 "Summary Report of a Visit to Japan"

NMP0112

January 1938 "Statement by Bates Regarding Losses due to Depredations of Japanese Soldiers, Nanking, Dec. 18, 1937 - Jan. 11, 1938"

NMP0113

January 10, 1938 "Nanking Outrages"

Letter from Bates to friends regarding massacre

NMP0114

January 1938 "Japanese Propaganda in the Mirror of Events"

NMP0115

March 1, 1938 "Conjectural Notes and  Few Facts on Nanking Economics"

NMP0116

March 10, 1938 "Newspaper Articles translated by Bates"

NMP0117

March 26, 1938 "Materials Regarding Problem Of Claims for the University of Nanking"

NMP0118

March 31, 1938 "Pseudo-Economic Notes from Nanking"

NMP0119

July 1, 1938 "Nanking Notes (mostly economic)"

NMP0120

November 22, 1938 "An Open Letter: On the Narcotic Problem, written by Bates"

NMP0121

Winter 1938 "Preliminary Report on Christian Work in Nanking"

NMP0122

"Drugs" a report by Bates on the drug situation in Nanking

 

RG 10: Box 102 Folder 861: Nanking during Sino-Japanese conflict, 1937 Nov

NMP0123

November 12, 1936 (7?) "Nanking Notes"

            Note on official Japanese government secrecy

NMP0124

November 21, 1937 "To His Honor the Mayor of Nanking"

            Letter from Bates to the Mayor of Nanking

NMP0125

November 22, 1937 "An International Committee composed of nationals of Denmark, Germany..."

Memo on the creation of the International Safety Zone Committee

NMP0126

November 30, 1937 "The International Committee which has been arranging..."

Announcement of telegram from International Committee to Japanese authorities in Shanghai

NMP0127

"List of American Citizens reported to be residents in Nanking on November 23, 1937"

                       

 

RG 10: Box 102 Folder 862: Nanking during Sino-Japanese conflict 1937 Dec. 2-15

NMP0128

December, 1937 "List of Documents Regarding Rice and Flour Assigned to the International Committee By the Mayor of Nanking, but held by the Japanese Military Authorities"

NMP0129

December 2, 1937 "Naval Radio"

Telegram from American Embassy in Shanghai to Nanking Safety Zone Committee

NMP0130

December 2, 1937 "Embassy of the United States of America"

Letter from George Atcheson, Jr, Second Secretary of US Embassy, to "All Americans in Nanking"

NMP0131

December 2, 1937 "Telegram Sent"

Telegram from John Rabe, Chair of Nanking Safety Zone, to Father Jacquinot, Chair of Shanghai Safety Zone

NMP0132

December 4, 1937 "Naval Radio"

Telegram from Father Jacquinot, Chair of Shanghai Safety Zone, to Nanking Safety Zone Committee

NMP0133

December 4, 1937 "Dear Mr. Donald"

            Letter from Nanking Safety Zone Committee to Mr. W. H. Donald, Esq.

NMP0134

December 4, 1937 "Embassy of the United States of America"

            Letter from US Embassy to US citizens regarding evacuation of Nanking

NMP0135

December 5, 1937 "Embassy of the United States of America"

            Letter urging Americans to leave Nanking

NMP0136

December 5, 1937 "Naval radio"

            Letter from American Embassy to Nanking Safety Zone

NMP0137

December 8, 1937 "Embassy of the United States of America"

            Circular from US Embassy to remaining Americans in Nanking

NMP0138

December 9, 1937 "Embassy of the United States of America"

            Circular to Americans in Nanking

NMP0139

December 10, 11:00 AM "At a meeting of Col..."

            Report by Nanking Safety Zone on boundaries of Zone

NMP0140

December 13, 1937 "Position of the International Relief Committee (Nanking) in Regard to Rice and Flour Assigned to it by the Former Mayor of the City..."

NMP0141

December 13, 1937 "Western Nationals in Nanking at the Time of Japanese Entry"

NMP0142

December 14, 1937 "Mr. Alexander Paul"

            Letter written by Miss Frances Culley, American nurse in Wuhu General          
            Hospital to Alexander Paul in the United States

NMP0143

December 9, 1937 "Dear Folks"

            A collection of letters written by foreign nationals in Nanking

NMP0144

December 14, 1937 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone"

            Letter from John Rabe, Chair of the Safety Zone, to the Japanese
            Commander of Nanking

NMP0145

December 15, 1937 "Some Pictures from Nanking"

            Notes from Bates on situation soon after Japanese entry into Nanking

NMP0146

December 15, 1937 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone"

            Letter from John Rabe, Chair of Safety Zone, to Mr. Tokuyasu Fukuda, an
            attaché to the Japanese Embassy

NMP0147

December 13 - 27, 1937 "From a letter of Dr. John W. Wood, Secretary of the Domestic & Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the USA to Mr. Irving in Boston"

NMP0148

Feb. 3, 1938 (?) "case -1-..."

            A list of cases of abuse by Japanese soldiers in the Safety Zone

 

RG 10: Box 102 Folder 863: Nanking during Sino-Japanese conflict 1937 Dec. 16-20

NMP0149

December 16, 1937 "Cases of Disorder by Japanese Soldiers in the Safety Zone"

NMP0150

December 16, 1937 "Western Nationals in Nanking"

NMP0151

December 17, 1937 "Dear Dr. Fitch"

            Letter from D.Y. Giang to Dr. George Fitch, Professor at University of
            Nanking

NMP0152

December 18, 1937 "Officers of the Japanese Embassy"

            Letter from Safety Zone Committee to Japanese Embassy regarding
            incidents in Safety Zone

NMP0153

December 20, 1937 "American Consulate-General"

            Telegram from American Consulate in Shanghai to Japanese Embassy in  
            Nanking

NMP0154

December 20, 1937 "American Consulate-General-Shanghai"

            Telegram from American Consulate in Shanghai to Japanese Embassy in
            Nanking, with signatures of Committee Members

NMP0155

December 15, 1937 "Memorandum of Interview with Chief of Special Service Corps"

NMP0156

December 16, 1937 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone"

            Letter from Lewis Smythe, Secretary of Safety Zone, to Tokuyasu Fukuda,  
            attaché to the Japanese Embassy

NMP0157

December 17, 1937 "Nanking, China..."

            Letter from W.P. Mills to the Officers of the Japanese Embassy

NMP0158

December 17, 1937 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone" (7 pages)

            Letter from John Rabe, Chair of the Safety Zone, to the Imperial Japanese
            Embassy

NMP0159

December 18, 1937 "International Committee for the Nanking Safety Zone" (9 pages)

            Letter from John Rabe, Chair of the Safety Zone, to the Imperial Japanese   
            Embassy

NMP0160

December 19, 1937 "International Committee for the Nanking Safety Zone" (10 pages)

            Collection of letters from members of the Safety Zone Committee to the
            Imperial Japanese Embassy

NMP0161

December 20, 1937 "International Committee for the Nanking Safety Zone"

            Letter from John Rabe, Chair of the Safety Zone, to the Imperial Japanese
            Embassy

NMP0162

December 25 - January 11 "University of Nanking"

            A collection of letters from Bates to the Japanese Embassy

NMP0163

January 18 - January 27, 1938 "American Embassy"

            Letters from Bates to American Embassy

NMP0164

December 16-17, 1937 "Notes with a Copy of Correspondence between the University of Nanking and the Japanese Embassy"

 

RG 10: Box 102 Folder 864 Nanking during Sino-Japanese conflict 1937 Dec. 21-31

NMP0165

"American Series Regarding Japanese Occupation of Nanking"

            Documenting letters sent from Safety Zone Committee to Japanese   
            Embassy

NMP0166

"Notes"

            Part of a note documenting incidents of abuse by Japanese soldiers

NMP0167

December 21, 1937 "The Imperial Japanese Embassy"

            Letter from Foreign Community of Nanking to Japanese Embassy

NMP0168

December 21, 1937 "Dear Dr. Bates"

            Letter to Bates from S.T. ?

NMP0169

December 22, 1937 "American Consulate General"

            Telegram from American Consulate General

NMP0170

December 24, 1937 "The Japanese Embassy"

            Letter from Hubert L Sone, Chairman Property Committee of Nanking
            Theological Seminary, to Japanese Embassy

NMP0171

December 25, 1937 "To the Officers of the Imperial Japanese Embassy"

            Letter from Lewis Smythe, Secretary of the Safety Zone, to Japanese
            Embassy

NMP0172

December 25, 1937 "Dear Dr. Bates"

            Letter from S.T. ? to Dr. Bates

NMP0173

December 26, 1937 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone"

            Letter from Lewis Smythe, Secretary of the Safety Zone, to Japanese
            Embassy"

NMP0174

December 26 - 30, 1937 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone"

            Collection of letters from Safety Zone to Japanese Embassy

NMP0175

December 27, 1937 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone"

            Letter from John Rabe, Chairman of the Safety Zone Committee, to  
            Japanese Embassy

NMP0176

December 28, 1937 "The Sin Shun Pao"

            Translation of an article written in the Sin Shun Pao in Shanghai

NMP0177

December 31, 1937 "Memorandum of Interview Regarding Wang Hsing-Lung

Case"

 

RG 10: Box 102 Folder 865: Nanking during Sino-Japanese conflict 1938 Jan.

NMP0178

New Year greeting card from International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone

NMP0179

"List of documents for Nanking Safety Zone: Japanese Period"

NMP0180

"Archicol New York"

            Report from Bates to New York and Indianapolis

NMP0181

January 3, 1938 "Position of the International Committee"

            Five goals of the Safety Zone Committee

NMP0182

January 1, 1938 "Memorandum on Coal Stock, No. 2"

NMP0183

January 6, 1938 "Hsin Sun Pao"

            Newspaper article translated by Bates

NMP0184

January 6, 1938 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone"

            Letter from John Rabe, Chair of Safety Zone, to Japanese Army Supply
            Department

NMP0185

January 7, 1938 "The American Embassy"

            Letter from Lewis Smythe to American Embassy in Nanking

NMP0186

January 7, 1938 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone

            Letter from John Rabe, Chair of Safety Zone, to Japanese Army Supply
            Department

NMP0187

January 7, 1938 "United Christian Missionary Society"

            Letter from Mae to friends

NMP0188

January 8, 1938 "Sin Shun Pao"

            Newspaper article translated by "S", "Japanese Troops Soothe the Refugees

NMP0189

January 8, 1938 "To Allison at his request"

NMP0190

January 12, 1938 "Suggested Position as to Search, Seizure and Intimidation"

            Notes by Bates on foreign property in Nanking

NMP0191

January 14, 1938 "Mr. Tokuyasa Fukuda"

            Letter from John Rabe, Chair of Safety Zone, to Tokuyasa Fukuda of the
            Japanese Embassy

NMP0192

January 15, 1938 "Consulate-General Hankow"

            Telegram from Bates to Priest

NMP0193

January 15, 1938 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone"

             Letter from John Rabe, Chair of Safety Zone, to Japanese Embassy in   
             Nanking

NMP0194

January 17, 1938 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone"

             Letter from John Rabe, Chair of Safety Zone, to Japanese Embassy in  
             Nanking

NMP0195

January 22, 1938 "International Committee for Nanking Safety Zone"

             Letter from Lewis Smythe to Mr. C. L. Boynton, National Christian
             Council

NMP0196

January 29, 1938 "The following is an extraction..."

            Notes on situation in Nanking and letter from Refugees to International
            Safety Zone Committee

NMP0197

January 31, 1938 "Notes on Present Situation in Nanking"

 

RG 10: Box 102 Folder 866: Nanking during Sino-Japanese conflict 1938 Feb.

NMP0198

1938 "Classes and Meetings for Refugees in University Main Buildings"

NMP0199

"German Consulate General, Shanghai"

            Telegram from John Rabe to German Consulate General (IN GERMAN)

NMP0200

February 1, 1938 "Dear Mr. Boynton"

            Letter from Bates to Mr. Boynton (National Christian Council)

NMP0201

February 3, 1938 "Mr. Hidaka"

            Letter from John Rabe, Chair of Safety Zone, to Mr. Hidaka of the Japanese             
            Embassy

NMP0202

February 3, 1938 "Notes on the Present Situation"

            Notes written by Bates on situation in Nanking

NMP0203

February 4, 1938 "Naval radio"

            Telegram from US Secretary of State Hull to Bates

NMP0204

February 6, 1938 "Mr. John M. Allison"

            Letter from John Rabe to Mr. Allison at the American Embassy

NMP0205

February 8, 1938 "Matsui Orders Tightening of Army Discipline"

            Article from the China Press

NMP0206

February 10, 1938 "Extract from Letter from Miss J.T. to Mrs. L.B"

NMP0207

February 10, 1938 "Relief Problems in Nanking upon which Cooperation of Japanese Authorities is Especially Urgent"

NMP0208

February 14, 1938 "Relief Situation in Nanking"

NMP0209

February 19, 1938 "Nanking International Relief Committee"

            Letter from John Rabe to Shanghai Nanking Relief Association, Attn: Rev.
            P.F. Price, Chairman

NMP0210

February 21, 1938 "Address of John Rabe at Farewell Party by Staff of Nanking Safety Zone"

NMP0211

February 21, 1938 "John Rabe..."

            General thank you letter from John Rabe to American, German, Japanese
            and British Embassy representatives

NMP0212

February 22, 1938 "Memorandum on Relief Problem in Nanking"

NMP0213

Winter 1938 "Preliminary report on Christian work in Nanking"

NMP0214

February 24, 1938 "Refugees in the Occupied Areas"

            Translated newspaper article from Sin Shun Pao

 

RG 10: Box 102 Folder 867: Nanking during Sino-Japanese conflict 1938 March

NMP0215

1938 "Notes on Methods and Procedure for Economic Inquiry"

            Survey of damages surrounding Safety Zone

NMP0216

March 1, 1938 "Draft for Economic Inquiry"

            Introduction to Survey of damages surrounding Safety Zone

NMP0217

March 1, 1938 "Notes on Present Situation"

NMP0218

March 2, 1938 "Nanking International Relief Committee"

            Letter from W.P. Mills, Vice-Chair of Safety Zone, to Lieutenant-Colonel
            Hirota

NMP0219

March 2, 1938 "From Nanking Gazette (Nanking Kung Pao)"

            Article translated by Bates about Tao His-San"s lost Buddhist relics

NMP0220

March 3, 1938 "Notes on the Present Situation"

            Notes about Nanking compiled by Bates

NMP0221

March 3, 1938 "Introduction to Notes on Nanking Economics"

NMP0222

March 3, 1938 "Nanking International Relief Committee" (2 pages)

            Letter from Lewis Smythe, Secretary of Safety Zone Committee, to China
            International Famine Relief Commission

NMP0223

March 10, 1938 "Nanking People"s News"

            Article translated by Bates

NMP0224

"Nanking Today"

            Report by W.P. Mills, Vice-Chairman of the Safety Zone Committee, on
            specific incident with family of Ts"ai Pang Hseng

NMP0225

March 21, 1938 "Notes on the Present Situation"

NMP0226

March 21, 1938 "Notes on German Atrocities in Belgium"

           Comparison between German atrocities in Belgium in WWI and Japanese
           atrocities in Nanking

NMP0227

March 29, 1938 "Naval Radio"

            Telegram from Mrs. Bates to Bates

NMP0228

March 31, 1938 "The Spirit of the new Reconstruction"

            A translation of a Japanese army poster

NMP0229

March 31, 1938 "Conversation of Consul Tanaka with Bates"

NMP0230

March 1938 "Results of Investigation of 13,530 families who applied for relief during March"

NMP0231

February and March 1938 "Reports of the Rehabilitation Commission of the International Relief Committee"

 

RG 10: Box 102 Folder 868: Nanking during Sino-Japanese conflict 1938 April-Nov

NMP0232

December 1937 "List of Documents Regarding Rice and Flour Assigned to the International Committee by the Mayor of Nanking but held by the Japanese Military Authorities" (2 pages)

NMP0233

April 13, 1938 "Nanking International Relief Committee" (3 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills, Vice-Chair of the Safety Zone Committee, to    
            Yoshiyuki Hanawa, the Consul-General of Japan

NMP0234

April 28, 1938 "The Spirit of the New Reconstruction"

            A translation of  Japanese army poster

NMP0235

May 13, 1938 "Item from Report of Ginling College Refugee Camp"

            Incident report by Minnie Vautrin

NMP0236

May 13, 1938 "Dear Doctor Imai" (2 pages)

            Letter from Lewis Smythe to Dr. Imai

NMP0237

May 13, 1938 "Dear Doctor Imai" (3 pages)

            Follow-up letter from Lewis Smythe to Dr. Imai

NMP0238

June 20, 1938 "Nanking International Relief Committee" (9 pages)

            Letter from Lewis Smythe to Dr. John Earle Baker of Shanghai

NMP0239

April 23, 1938 "Nanking International Relief Committee"

            Letter from Lewis Smythe to Dr. G Rosen, German Embassy, Mr. E.W.
            Jeffery, British Embassy and Mr. John M. Allison, American Embassy

NMP0240

April 30, 1938 "War Relief in Nanking" (2 pages)

            Report on relief efforts

NMP0241

April 1938 "War Relief in Nanking" (2 pages)

            Report on relief efforts

NMP0242

May 14, 1938 "Considerations in Determining the Program of the International Relief Committee" (2 pages)

NMP0243

May 1938 "Nanking International Relief Committee"

            The results of investigation of 52,539 families who applied for relief from   
            February to May 1938

NMP0244

August 3, 1938 "Dear Lewis"

            Letter from George Fitch to Lewis Smythe

NMP0245

September 10, 1938 "Scraps of Economic Information" (2 pages)

NMP0246

September 10, 1938 "Dear Sir"

            Letter from International Committee to Mr. S. Hidaka of the Japanese
            Embassy in Shaghai

NMP0247

November 1, 1938 "Work and Program of the Nanking International Relief Committee" (4 pages)

NMP0248

November 1937 - April 30, 1938 "Report of the Nanking International Relief Committee" (23 pages)

            Booklet compilation of reports made by the International Relief Committee

           

 

RG 10: Box 102 Folder 869: Nanking during Sino-Japanese conflict 1939

NMP0249

Booklet by Lewis Smythe, "War damage in the Nanjing area, Dec. 1937" (41 pages)

 

 

 

RG 10: Box 102 Folder 870: Nanking during Sino-Japanese conflict 1940-1941

NMP0250

1938-1939 "Japanese propaganda flyers" (3 pages)

NMP0251

1939-40 "Relief in Nanking is grim..."

            Notes on the relief work in Nanking

NMP0252

1940 "Suggested Plan for Survey of Family Records" (3 pages)

NMP0253

Winter-Spring 1940 "Selections from Report of Survey, based on Families Relieved Winter-Spring 1940"

NMP0254

September 25, 1940 "Nanking International Relief Committee - Summary Program"

NMP0255

October 12, 1940 "Dear Hall"

            Letter to Hall listing shipping restrictions between Nanking and Shanghai

NMP0256

May 1, 1939 - April 30, 1941 "Report of the Nanking International Relief Committee" (5 pages)

NMP0257

1941 "Nanking - Record of Average Retail Prices"

NMP0258

1941 "Price Changes In Percentage"

 

 

 

RG 10: Box 102 Folder 871: Nanking during Sino-Japanese conflict n.d.

NMP0259

"Brothels are Political Tools in "The New Order in East Asia"" (2 pages)

             Photograph of Japanese army poster advertising brothel in Nanking. Poster
             appeared in the Eve Post in Japan and has been translated here.

NMP0260

47 pages of miscellaneous documents related to the International Relief Committee

 

 

 

RG 10: Box 103 Folder 874: G. Political + religious situation 1937-1938

NMP0261

Sept. 1937 "Secret Japanese Press Laws in North China..." (4 pages)

NMP0262

Jan. 11, 1938 "Dear Mr. Paul" (14 pages)

            Letter from Edwin Marx, Mission Secretary, to Mr. Paul

NMP0263

January 21, 1938 "China News Letter, Dear Friends of the China Mission" (8 pages)

            Letters from Phillips House to friends in the United States

 

RG 10: Box 103 Folder 875: G. Political + religious situation 1939, (1930s?)

NMP0264

Jan. 1, 1939 "A Miscellany of Slogans and Similar..." (9 pages)

            Summary of Japanese army slogans

NMP0265

"Political and Economic Conditions in the Occupied Areas of East Central China" (8 pages)

NMP0266

October 14, 1939 "American Advisory Committee on Civilian Relief in China"

            Letter from International Committee to the American Advisory Committee
            on Civilian Relief in China and the British Fund for China Relief

NMP0267

1930"s (?) "Japan"s Cultural Invasion of China" (9 pages)

            Study on Japanese propaganda

NMP0268

1930"s (?) "Japanese Propaganda in the Mirror of Events" (4 pages)

 

RG 10: Box 87 Folder 682: A. J

NMP0269

November, 1937 "Japan"s Great Adventure" (8 pages)

             Article written by Bates in November 1937 for the New York Times.
             Rejected as too heavy, but used in State Department and special groups

 

RG 10: Box 87 Folder 684: A. L

NMP0270

May, 1938 "To the Editor of the North-China Daily News" (3 pages)

            Letter from Bates to the editor of the North China Daily News

 

RG 10: Box 87 Folder 690: A. National/Public/Social Affairs series from China Missions Newsletter 1935-1950, n.d.

NMP0271

April 5, 1936 "National Affairs" (2 pages)

NMP0272

May, 1936 "National Affairs" (2 pages)

NMP0273

June, 1936 "National Affairs (2 pages)

NMP0274

July 10, 1936 "National Affairs" (2 pages)

NMP0275

Sept. 19, 1936 "National Affairs" (2 pages)

NMP0276

Oct. 1936 "National Affairs" (2 pages)

NMP0277

Nov. 1936 "National Affairs"

NMP0278

Dec. 1936 "National Affairs"

NMP0279

Feb. 1937 "National Affairs"(2 pages)

NMP0280

March 6, 1937 "National Affairs"

NMP0281

April, 1937 "National Affairs"

NMP0282

May 1937 "National Affairs"

NMP0283

June 6, 1937 "National Affairs"

NMP0284

August 1937 "National Affairs" (2 pages)

NMP0285

Oct. 1, 1937 "National Affairs" (2 pages)

NMP0286

Nov. 10, 1937 "National Affairs" (2 pages)

NMP0287

December, 1937 "National Affairs" (2 pages)

NMP0288

June 14, 1938 "Public Affairs" (2 pages)

NMP0289

November, 1938 "Public Affairs" (2 pages)

 

 

 

RG 10: Box 126 Folder 1132: Curriculum vitae, biographical sketches

NMP0290

Undated CV of Dr. Miner Searle Bates (by Union Theological Seminary)

Part 4

China Records Project Miscellaneous Personal Papers Collections, Record Group No. 8 - W. Plumer Mills papers

 

RG 8: Box 141 Folder 11: Mills, W. Plumer - Correspondence to family Jan 3-10, 1938

NMP0291

January 3, 1938 "Dear Nina"

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

NMP0292

January 9, 1938 "Dear Nina" (2 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

NMP0293

January 10, 1938 "Dear Nina" (10 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

 

RG 8: Box 141 Folder 12: Mills, W. Plumer - Correspondence to family Jan 19 - Feb 9, 1938

NMP0294

January 19, 1938 "Dear Family" (9 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to Seyle family

NMP0295

January 22, 1938 "Dear Nina" (4 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

NMP0296

January 31, 1938 "Dear Nina" (2 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

NMP0297

February 3, 1938 "Dear Nina" (3 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

NMP0298

February 9, 1938 "Dear Nina" (4 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

 

RG 8: Box 141 Folder 13: Mills, W. Plumer - Correspondence to family Feb 19 - 26, 1938

NMP0299

February 19, 1938 "Dear Angie" (2 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his daughter, Angie

NMP0300

February 20, 1938 "Dear Mary" (4 pages)

            Letter from Cornelia Mills to Mary Mills

NMP0301

February 22, 1938 "Dear Nina" (2 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

NMP0302

February 26, 1938 "Dear Mary"

            Letter from Cornelia Mills to Mary Mills

 

RG 8: Box 141 Folder 14: Mills, W. Plumer - Correspondence to family March 2-3, 1938, Feb. 26, Enclosed notes of MS Bates

NMP0303

February 26, 1938 "Dear Nina" (3 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

NMP0304

March 2, 1938 "Dear Nina" (2 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

NMP0305

March 3, 1938 "Dear Nina" (2 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

 

RG 8: Box 141 Folder 15: Mills, W. Plumer - Correspondence to family March 9-20, 1938 Letter of H. Maxcy Smith incl. talk by John Rabe

NMP0306

February 28, 1938 "Tiffin - Foreign YMCA - Shanghai" (3 pages)

            Talk by John Rabe in Shanghai

NMP0307

March 17, 1938 "Dear Mary"

            Letter from H. Maxcy Smith, American Presbyterian Mission, to Mary
            Mills

NMP0308

March 9, 1938 "Dear Nina" (2 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

NMP0309

March 12, 1938 "Dear Mary" (2 pages)

            Letter from Cornelia Mills to Mary Mills

NMP0310

March 13, 1938 "Dear Harriet" (2 pages)

            Letter from Cornelia Mills to Harriet Mills

                                               

 

RG 8: Box 141 Folder 16: Mills, W. Plumer - Correspondence to family March 18, 31, 1938

NMP0311

March 18, 1938 "Dear Nina" (2 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

NMP0312

March 31, 1938 "Dear Mary" (2 pages)

            Letter from Cornelia Mills to Mary Mills

 

China Records Project Miscellaneous Personal Papers Collections, Record Group No. 8 - Anna Moffett Jarvis Papers

 

 

 

RG 8: Box 103 Folder 2: Jarvis, Anna Moffett - Typescript compilation of letters: "Letters from China 1920-1949

NMP0313

June 14, 1936 - 1938 "Letters from China: Pages 18-25" (8 pages)

            Letters written by Anna Moffett Jarvis           

 

RG 8: Box 103 Folder 3: Jarvis, Anna Moffett - Corres: Circular letters 1937

NMP0314

"Notes with a copy of correspondence between the University of Nanking and the Japanese Embassy, 16-27 December, 1937"

NMP0315

"Copies of letters sent by the Chairman of the Emergency Committee of the University of Nanking to the Japanese Embassy, Nanking, from December 16 to 27 inclusive" (7 pages)

NMP0316

December 20, 1937 "Dearest Mardie, Chicks and Folks" (29 pages)

            Anna Moffett Jarvis diary from December 12, 1937 - Jan. 9, 1938

 

RG 8: Box 103 Folder 4: Jarvis, Anna Moffett

NMP0317

Jan. 4, 1938 "Dear Ruth" (3 pages)

            Letter from Minnie Vautrin to Ruth Chester

NMP0318

Jan. 8, 1938 "Dear Mr. Fukuda"

            Letter from Lewis Smythe to Tekuyasa Fukuda of the Japanese Embassy

NMP0319

Jan. 10, 1938 "Dear Ruth and Florence" (4 pages)

            Letter from Minnie Vautrin to Ruth Chester and Florence      

NMP0320

January 10, 1938 "Dear Friends" (4 pages)

            Letter from M.S. Bates to friends

NMP0321

January 15, 1938 "Dear Mr. Allison" (2 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to J.M. Allison

NMP0322

January 24, 1938 "Dear Nina (Mrs. W.P Mills) (3 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to his wife, Nina

NMP0323

February 2, 1938 "Telegram Received from Nanking"          

            Telegram from John Rabe to Han Lih Wu

NMP0324

February 12, 1938 "Extracts from letters from Margaret Winslett (4 pages)

            Diary entries of Margaret Winslett, a teacher in Bible Teachers Training
            School in Nanking

NMP0325

February 14, 1938 "Dear Peter Shih (YMCA) (2 pages)

            Letter from George Fitch to Peter Shih of the YMCA

NMP0326

March 8, 1938 "Dear Friends in God"s Country" (10 pages)

            Letter from Lewis and Margaret Smythe to the U.S.

NMP0327

April 17, 1938 "Dear Friends" (2 pages)

            Letter from W.P. Mills to friends

NMP0328

April 29, 1938 "Dear Mr. Shelton" (3 pages)

            Letter from Lewis Smythe to Williard K. Shelton, Editor of the Christian  
            Evangelist, St. Louis, Mo.

           

 

RG 8: Box 103 Folder 6: Jarvis, Anna Moffett - Typescript reports, 1937, 1938, 1941, 1942

NMP0329

Informal Report to the Board of Founders, Board of Directors, President Wu, Mrs. Thurston..." (11 double-sided pages)

            Report written by Minnie Vautrin to the Board of Founders, Directors and
            President of Ginling Women"s College

NMP0330

November 22, 1937 - April 15, 1938 "Nanking International Relief Committee Report of Activities" (4 pages)

NMP0331

"Faculty Report of Nanking Theological Seminary" (4 pages)

            Report from Handel Lee, President of the Nanking Theological Seminary

 

 

 

China Records Project: Miscellaneus Personal Papers Collection, Record Group No. 8 - Ernest & Clarissa Forster Papers

 

RG 8: Box 263 Folder 1: Forster, Ernest & Clarissa -  from disbound scrapbook - letters, clippings, ephemera

NMP0332

"Dear Friends" (2 double-sided pages)

            Newsletter from Minnie Vautrin to friends of Ginling Women"s College

 

 

 

RG 8: Box 263 Folder 2: Forster, Ernest & Clarissa -  from disbound scrapbook - letters, clippings, ephemera

NMP0333

December 7, 1937 "Dear Family" (2 pages)

            Letter from Clarissa and Ernest Forster to family

NMP0334

December 12, 1937 "Darling" (26 pages)

            Letter from John Magee to his wife

NMP0335

January 6, 1938 "Letter from Dr. George Fitch" (4 pages)

            Letter from George Fitch to friends

NMP0336

January 14, 1938 "Dear"

            Letter from Ernest Forster to his family

NMP0337

January 11, 1938 "Dear Billy" (4 pages)

            Letter from John Magee

 

RG 8: Box 263 Folder 3: Forster, Ernest & Clarissa -  from disbound scrapbook - letters, clippings, ephemera

NMP0338

1936 "A Day-Or More" (booklet)

            Brief Guide Book to Nanking in English

NMP0339

December 16, 1937 "Dear Family" (2 pages)

            Anonymous letter

NMP0340

December 16 - 27, 1937 "Notes with a copy of correspondence between the University of Nanking and the Japanese Embassy" (7 pages)

           

 

RG 8: Box 263 Folder 4: Forster, Ernest & Clarissa - from disbound scrapbook - letters, clippings, ephemera

NMP0341

August 20, 1937 "Dear Ernest"

            Letter from John Magee to Ernest Forster

NMP0342

August 26, 1937 "Dear Ernest"

            Letter from John Magee to Ernest Forster

 


RG 8:
Box 263 Folder 6: Forster, Ernest & Clarissa - from disbound scrapbook - letters, clippings, ephemera

NMP0343

"Introduction" (24 pages)

            Introduction to a film series and descriptions of each photograph

 

RG 8: Box 263 Folder 8: Forster, Ernest & Clarissa - from disbound scrapbook - letters, clippings, ephemera

NMP0344

March 28, 1938 Chinese newspaper article

NMP0345

February 10, 1938 "Dear" (2 pages)

            Letter from Ernest Forster to his wife, Clarissa

NMP0346

February 10, 1938 "Dear Bishop"

            Letter from Ernest Forster to Bishop in Shanghai

NMP0347

February 17, 1938 "Dear"

             Letter from Ernest Forster to his wife, Clarissa

NMP0348

March 10, 1938 "Gentlemen" (3 pages)

            Letter from Ernest Forster to American Embassy staff in Nanking

NMP349

March 16, 1938 "Dear Friends" (4 pages)
            Letter from Ernest and Clarissa Forster to friends in the US

NMP0350

May 6, 1938 "Dear" (2 pages)

            Letter from Ernest Forster to his wife, Clarissa

NMP0351

"Nanking" (10 pages)

            Paper on relationship between Christians and citizens of Nanking in 1938,   
            written by John Magee and Ernest Forster

NMP0352

February 18, 1938 "Preliminary Report on Christian Work in Nanking - Winter 1937" (1 double-sided page + 1 page)

            Prepared by Bates and W.P. Mills

 

 

 

RG 8: Box 263 Folder 9: Forster, Ernest & Clarissa - from disbound scrapbook - letters, clippings, ephemera

NMP0353

November 23 - December 14, 1937 "Nanking" (8 pages)

            Collection of diary entries from Clarissa Forster

NMP0354

December 19, 1937 - January 28, 1938 "Mr. Forster"s letters to his wife" (14 pages)

            A collection of letters from Ernest Forster to his wife, Clarissa

NMP0355

January 24 - February 13, 1938 "Mr. Forster"s Letters" (12 pages)

            A collection of diary entries from Ernest Forster

Part 5

From papers of Minnie Vautrin in Record Groups No. 8 & 11, and microfilm Ms 62

Vautrin.pdf

  1.   Microfilmed collection of Vautrin papers includes her diary (1937-1940), correspondence and newsclippings.

 

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