China -- Politics and government -- 1912-1949
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Contains folios, various drafts and copies, and other materials for Book Ends: A Reader's Notes; Ethics and Energism, the Bridge to the Future; Lines of Communication; Long Thoughts; Longer Thoughts; More Long Thoughts; People I Have Known; Primitives and Pastorals; Why is a Classic?, and other works; also sections of unidentified works, and information about the author. Materials date from 1982 to 1991.
Contains original and carbon copies, annotated copies, photocopies, etc., of "A Charter for American Women"; "A Primer for Women: a Compendium of Writings About Women" and "A Primer for Women: Back to Basics Again"; "A Thesis for Women to Bridge the Conflict Between Identical "Equal" Rights and Different But Equivalent Rights for Women"; "The Status of Women"; "The Congress of Furious Women"; "Women and Autobiography"; and "The Early Years: 'Teens and 'Twenties." Undated.
Photocopies, carbon copies, bound copies, original, manuscript copies, title pages, dedications, contents, chapter headings, outlines, synopses, notes, etc., for Memoirs: First Persona; Country and Western Primitives; Hearts and Flowers; Peking Duck; Unlacquered Tales from China; and The Root and the Branch.
Contains research materials, correspondence (with family and friends, readers, and between other individuals), drafts of Beijing-related articles, translations, and writings on the Chinese Revolution, fascism, and student organizations. Written by Helen Foster Snow while working in Beijing. Dated 1931 to 1949.