China -- Description and travel.
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Scope and Content Note The Tate Collection consists of approximately eighteen linear feet of material representing every period of Harold S. Tate’s professional career. The earliest items in the collection date from 1922, just after Tate began his undergraduate studies at Clemson College, while the most recent are from the early 1980s. The collection is arranged and described in five series: Correspondence; Family Papers; Topical; Photographs; and Drawings, Greeting Cards, Postcards, Prints and Sketches. Within...
Scope and Contents Chiefly correspondence between Alexander and his wife while awaiting departure at Fort Lawton, Washington, during his sea voyage to China, and while serving in Shanghai, Peiping (present day Beijing), and Shijiazhuang, Kalgan (present day Zhangjiakou), Beidaihe, and Handan (all in present day Heibei Province) as Chairman of Field Teams 5, 12, and 31.Topics discussed include the climate and geography of the area around Fort Lawton, his activities aboard the U.S.S. General R.M....
Dates: 1946 - 1951