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Grinnell

    1. "Conditions In China Are Reported Bad By Chapman, Former Grinnell Student" Scarlet and Black (16 December, 1925), v. 33, n.23, p.3
    2. "Grinnell in China" Scarlet and Black (24 February, 1926), v. 33, n.45, p.2
    3. "Brewer Eddy Lauds Word of Grinnell Men in China" Scarlet and Black (28 January, 1927), v. 34, n.30, p.2
    4. "China Trying To Accept Our Ways Chapman Asserts" Scarlet and Black (05 October 1927), v. 35, n.6, p.1

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Oberlin College

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  1. "The Future of China" The Oberlin Review (10 October 1901), pp. 40-41.
  2. King, Henry Churchill. "Address of Welcome [to ABCFM meeting in Oberlin]" The Oberlin Review (16 October 1902), pp. 43-44.
  3. "The Shansi Fund" The Oberlin Review (4 February 1904), p. 356.
  4. "Message to the Oberlin Students from Paul Corbin" The Oberlin Review (20 April 1905), pp. 426-8.
  5. "$3000 is Goal Set For "Shansi Day" This Year" The Oberlin Review (January 28, 1913), pp. 1, 4.
  6. "Many Members Added to Chinese Student Colony" The Oberlin Review (September 17, 1915), p. 2.
  7. "The What, Where, When, Why and How of the New Oberlin in China" Oberlin in China (supplement to the Oberlin Alumni Magazine) (28 February 1918), p. 2.
  8. "Hutchins Writes of First Days in Shansi" The Oberlin Review (November 3, 1922), p. 2. <
  9. "Shansi Students Refused to Join in Chinese Strike" The Oberlin Review (25 September 1925), p. 1.
  10. "Says Shansi Believes Oberlin Best in World" The Oberlin Review (6 October 1925), p. 1.
  11. "Sees Work in Shansi as Aiding Growth in China" The Oberlin Review (March 22, 1927), p. 2.
  12. Rogers, Mary C. "The Spirit of Shansi" The Oberlin Review (October 9, 1928), p. 2.
  13. "Announce Subject for Shansi Essay Contest" The Oberlin Review (December 11, 1928), p. 1.
  14. "Shansi (editorial)" The Oberlin Review (March 5, 1929), p. 2.
  15. "Louis, '28, Talks on Shansi Life" The Oberlin Review (January 13, 1931), p. 1.
  16. Phillips, Walter S. "Out There in Shansi" The Oberlin Review (January 16, 1931), p. 2.
  17. "Shansi Comes to the Campus" Oberlin Alumni Magazine (July 1932), p. 305.
  18. "Cheney, Hamilton Chosen for Posts At Shansi School" The Oberlin Review (February 24, 1933).
  19. "Address on China by H.C. White Will Culminate Shansi Day" The Oberlin Review (January 11, 1935), p. 1.
  20. "The Shansi Fellowship" The Oberlin Review (November 6, 1936).
  21. "Shansi Day Chapel To Reveal Names of Representatives" The Oberlin Review (January 8, 1937).
  22. "Kennedy Appointment As New Representative To Shansi Announced" The Oberlin Review (May 13, 1938).
  23. "One Senior To Be Sent to Shansi" The Oberlin Review (December 13, 1938).
  24. Dutton, Tom, and Cay Schweser. "Charlotte Tinker, Herb Van Meter, Returned China Representatives, Tell Orient Experiences at Chapel Tuesday" The Oberlin Review (September 27, 1940).
  25. "Shansi Group Holds Chapel This Morning" The Oberlin Review (October 20, 1942), p. 1.
  26. Losch, Marge. "Tomorrow Ushers In China Day" The Oberlin Review (April 20, 1945).
  27. "Yang Announces Two '46 Reps At Traditional Shansi Chapel" The Oberlin Review (February 5, 1946), p. 1.
  28. "Shansi's Fourty-first" The Oberlin Review (January 14, 1947).
  29. "Ming Hsien School, Oberlin Arch Honor Martyrs of Boxer Revolt" Oberlin in China (supplement to the Oberlin Review) (19 September 1947), p. 1.
  30. "Educators from East, West Work Together at Ming Hsien" Oberlin in China (supplement to the Oberlin Review) (13 February 1948), p. 1.
  31. "China Committee Selects Student Shansi Reps" The Oberlin Review (September 18, 1948), p. 2.
  32. "Shansi Announces Stark To Teach in Ming Hsien" The Oberlin Review (February 11, 1949).
  33. "To Fee or Not to Fee" The Oberlin Review (May 20, 1949).
  34. Pierre, Mary. "Kennedy Sees Schools As Vital Opportunity" The Oberlin Review (May 5, 1950), p. 1.

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Wellesley

  1. Annotated bibliography of articles from the Wellesley College alumnae publication
  2. Annotated bibliography of articles from the Wellesley College student newspaper

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Wesleyan

  1. "Letters From Joe Beech" Wesleyan Argus (1 April 1902)
  2. "Wesleyan In China" Wesleyan Argus (30 April 1902)
  3. "A Letter From Joe Beech, '99" Wesleyan Argus (20 May 1902)
  4. "Another Letter From Beech, '99" Wesleyan Argus (3 December 1902)
  5. "Wesleyan University Chung King Institute" Wesleyan Argus (16 December 1903)
  6. "A Letter From Joe Beech" Wesleyan Argus (7 June 1905)
  7. "Wesleyan University Mission School" Wesleyan Argus (5 November 1905)
  8. "Letter From Joe Beech" Wesleyan Argus (25 November 1905)
  9. "Joe Beech " Wesleyan Argus (6 March 1907)
  10. "Wesleyan In China" Wesleyan Argus (27 February 1911)
  11. "Yard Heard From" Wesleyan Argus (4 January 1912)
  12. "Communication" Wesleyan Argus (7 March 1912)
  13. "Yard Heard From" Wesleyan Argus (28 March 1912)
  14. "Fifteen Wesleyan Workers In China" Wesleyan Argus (8 February 1915)
  15. "Dr. Goudy, '97, On Year's Furlough" Wesleyan Argus (15 April 1915)
  16. "'Joe' Beech to Speak Sunday" Wesleyan Argus (29 April 1915)
  17. "Dr. Joe Beech Gives Chapel Talk Thursday" Wesleyan Argus (13 May 1917)
  18. "A New College President in China (Edwin C. Jones)" Wesleyan Alumni (October 1917)
  19. "Wesleyan and the Yellow Hope" Wesleyan Alumnus (April 1919)
  20. "West China University Great Educational Centre For China" Wesleyan Argus (29 January 1920)
  21. "Useful Work of Thirty Alumni in China" Wesleyan Alumnus (March 1922)
  22. "Birdie Larkin Tells of Chinese Inn and Describes Opium Evil" Wesleyan Argus (2 March 1922)
  23. "Troubles of Travel in Chinese Mud are Vividly Described" Wesleyan Argus (27 March 1922)
  24. "Conditions In China Are Miserable And Populace Needs Help" Wesleyan Argus (25 May 1922)
  25. "A Brief History of the Joe Beech Fund" Wesleyan Argus (5 October 1922)
  26. "Facts" Wesleyan Argus (5 October 1922)
  27. "Why Money for West China?" Wesleyan Argus (5 October 1922)
  28. ""Joe" Beech Fund" Wesleyan Alumnus (December 1922)
  29. "Plea For Christian Leadership In China" Wesleyan Argus (12 March 1923)
  30. "'Birdie' Larkin, '18, Writes From China" Wesleyan Argus (19 April 1923)
  31. "American Scientists In China" Wesleyan Argus (20 March 1924)
  32. "Communication" (from "Birdie" G.R. Larkin) Wesleyan Argus (24 March 1924)
  33. "'Wesleyan in China'' comes to the Fore as Pledges are at Hand" Wesleyan Argus (25 March 1924)
  34. "George Bradford Neumann" Wesleyan Alumnus (July 1924)
  35. "Dr. Gowdy, '97, Speaks" Wesleyan Argus (29 September 1924)
  36. "Obituary - Edwin Chester Jones, B.A., '04" Wesleyan Alumnus (October 1924)
  37. "Tribute to Edwin Chester Jones" Wesleyan Alumnus (October 1924)
  38. "Wesleyan In China" Wesleyan Argus (5 June 1925)
  39. "Baccalaureate and University Service are Held Sunday in Memorial Chapel" Wesleyan Argus (8 June 1925)
  40. "Reports are Received on Wesleyan-In-China" Wesleyan Argus (19 September 1925)
  41. "Wesleyan in Peking" Wesleyan Alumni (November 1925)
  42. "Wesleyan Missionaries In China" Wesleyan Alumnus (June 1926)
  43. "Wesleyan Christian Association Has Broad Program" Wesleyan Alumnus (December 1926)
  44. "Alumni in Kuliang" Wesleyan Alumnus (December 1926)
  45. "Prof. K. P. Harrington Writes About China" Wesleyan Argus (25 February 1927)
  46. "Larkin Letter Tells of Affairs in China" Wesleyan Argus (4 March 1927)
  47. "Larkin Writes about Chinese University" Wesleyan Argus (28 March 1927)
  48. "Clemons, '02, Escapes from Chinese" Wesleyan Alumnus (July 1927)
  49. "Beautiful Science Hall Honors Memory of Ed Jones" Wesleyan Alumnus (May 1927)
  50. "Jones Hall Dedicated" Wesleyan Alumnus (May 1927)
  51. "Dr. Joseph Beech, '99 on Duty" Wesleyan Alumnus (May 1927)
  52. "Joe Beech Returned from West China" Wesleyan Alumnus (February 1928)
  53. "G. R. Larkin, '18, Leaves West China University" Wesleyan Argus (22 March 1928)
  54. "Dr. Joseph Beech Will Address Forum on 'The Crisis In China'" Wesleyan Argus (23 April 1928)
  55. "'Joe' Beech, '99, Will Speak At Forum Tonight in Eclectic" Wesleyan Argus (26 April 1928)
  56. "$500,000 Bequeathed To 'Wesleyan In China'" Wesleyan Argus (25 April 1929)
  57. "Dr. Joseph Beech of West China University Will Speak in Chapel" Wesleyan Argus (13 October 1930)
  58. "Wesleyan in China" Wesleyan Alumnus (February 1931)
  59. "Wesleyan To Provide Ambulance For Work Of Beech In China" Wesleyan Argus (13 April, 1931)
  60. "'Joe' Beech to Speak in Theatre Tonight" Wesleyan Argus (16 April 1931)
  61. "Dr. Beech Lectures on Work in Chengtu" Wesleyan Argus (20 April 1931)
  62. "Pledges for Wesleyan Ambulance Now Total $672.45, Nearing Goal" Wesleyan Argus (20 April 1931)
  63. "The Gift of Wesleyan to West China--1931" Wesleyan Alumnus (November 1931)
  64. "Wesleyan Ambulance Almost At Destination" Wesleyan Argus (25 February 1932)
  65. "Wesleyan Ambulance Arrives In Chungking" Wesleyan Argus (14 April 1932)
  66. "Wesleyan Ambulance Reaches Destination" Wesleyan Argus (26 May 1932)
  67. "Campus Chest Budget 1932-1933" Wesleyan Argus (3 October 1932)
  68. "Dr. Joseph Beech, '99, Guest of University" Wesleyan Argus (28 September 1936)
  69. "Campus Chest Program Starts Wednesday with Larger Budget as New Objective" Wesleyan Argus (28 September 1936)
  70. "Why China? " Wesleyan Argus (1 October 1936)
  71. "Campus Chest Money Goes to China for Scholarships and Teaching Beds" Wesleyan Argus (4 March 1937)
  72. "Christian Association's Campus Chest Drive is Launched by Dr. Joe Beech" Wesleyan Argus (30 September 1937)
  73. "Exchange Student Arnault is Thrilled and Impressed by Many Foreign Sights" Wesleyan Argus (30 September 1937)
  74. "Dr. Hoover, Throop Speak in Assembly" Wesleyan Argus (30 September 1937)
  75. "Mme. Chiang Kai-Shek Thanks Dr. Joe Beech" Wesleyan Argus (30 September 1937)
  76. "The Beech Family is Inheriting the Earth" Wesleyan Alumnus (July 1938)
  77. "Joe Beech '99 Builds Wesleyan Into China" Wesleyan Alumnus (May 1939)
  78. "West China Union University Bombed" Wesleyan Alumnus (October 1939)
  79. "Joe Beech '99 Decorated By China" Wesleyan Alumnus (May 1940)
  80. "Order of Brilliant Jade Awarded to Joseph Beach, '99" Wesleyan Argus (13 May 1940)
  81. "Address By Beech, Alumnus Speaks on Chinese Missions" Wesleyan Argus (26 September 1940)
  82. "Wesleyan Thanked for Gift to China" Wesleyan Argus (5 December 1940)
  83. "Beech to Speak on Chinese Interests" Wesleyan Argus (24 March 1941)
  84. "Chinese University Thanks Wesleyan" Wesleyan Argus (26 March 1942)
  85. "Inflationary Trend In China Described" Wesleyan Argus (6 April 1942)
  86. "Heaton Heads College Charities Campaign" Wesleyan Argus (5 October 1942)
  87. "Wesleyan Chest Campaign Begins" Wesleyan Argus (8 October 1942)
  88. "Wesleyan-in-China—“Built for the Future”" Wesleyan Alumnus (July 1943)
  89. "Campus Chest Drive Begins Today" Wesleyan Argus (14 July 1943)
  90. "Campus Chest Drive Under Way" Wesleyan Argus (21 July 1943)
  91. "Campus Chest Drive" Wesleyan Argus (19 April 1944)
  92. "Campus Chest Drive" Wesleyan Argus (3 May 1944)
  93. "Joe Beech, '09, Tells of Work Being Done In China" Wesleyan Argus (25 June 1944)
  94. "C. A. Campus Chest" Wesleyan Argus (20 July 1945)
  95. "C. A. Campus Chest Drive to Begin on July 30" Wesleyan Argus (27 July 1945)
  96. "C. A. Nearing Goal" Wesleyan Argus (10 August 1945)
  97. "Campus Chest Goal $3500; Successful Drive Expected" Wesleyan Argus (16 October 1946)
  98. "Chinese Philosopher to Speak at Honors College Tonight" Wesleyan Argus (15 January 1948)
  99. "Ding Dong Chop!" We Send Toy Foo To China College" Wesleyan Argus (30 September 1949)

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