Inventory of the K.W. (Kyung Won) Lee Papers, 1972-1998

John Skarstad and Sara Gunasekara
Department of Special Collections
General Library
University of California, Davis
100 North West Quad
Davis, CA 95616-5292
Phone: (530) 752-1621
Fax: (530) 754-5758
Email: speccoll@lib.ucdavis.edu
2004 ©2004
The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Inventory of the K.W. (Kyung Won) Lee Papers, 1972-1998

D-251

Department of Special Collections

General Library

University of California, Davis

Davis, California

Contact Information

  • Department of Special Collections
  • General Library
  • 100 North West Quad
  • University of California, Davis
  • Davis, CA 95616-5292
  • Phone: (530) 752-1621
  • Fax: (530) 754-5758
  • Email: speccoll@lib.ucdavis.edu
Processed by: John Skarstad. Encoded by: Sara Gunasekara with assistance from Jared Campbell and Jim Sylva.
Completed: 2004
©2004 The Regents of the University of California

Descriptive Summary

Title: K.W. (Kyung Won) Lee Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1972-1998
Collection number: D-251
Creator: Lee, K.W. (Kyung Won) 1928-
Extent: 10.4 linear feet 237 Digital Objects
Repository: University of California, Davis. General Library. Dept. of Special Collections.
100 North West Quad
Davis, California, 95616-5292
Abstract: Correspondence, court records, clippings and other background materials relating to the Chol Soo Lee case (1973). Also contains office files, artwork, and photographs relating to the publication of Koreatown (1980-1983) and a bound volume of the paper (1979-1981).
Physical location: Researchers should contact Special Collections to request collections, as many are stored offsite.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright is protected by the copyright law, chapter 17 of the U.S. Code. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections, General Library, University of California, Davis as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], K.W. (Kyung Won) Lee Papers, D-251, Department of Special Collections, University of California Library, Davis, California.

Acquisition Information

Donated by K.W. Lee.

Processing Information

Arranged and described by John Skarstad in December 2001.

Biography

Biographical Narrative

K. W. Lee was born in Kaesong, Korea in 1928. He came to the United States as a student in 1950 and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from West Virginia University in 1953. He continued his education at the University of Illinois, Urbana, where he earned an MA in Journalism in 1955. In his first professional job, Lee served as the City Hall reporter with the Kingsport (Tenn.) Times-News from 1956 to 1957. He became a staff reporter for the Charleston (WV) Gazette from 1958 to 1970.
In 1970, K.W. Lee moved to Sacramento, California to become an investigative reporter for the Sacramento Union. For the next two decades Lee's investigations included corruption in the Sacramento Housing Authority, benefits given to legislators and other state officials, welfare reform, the Rancho Seco nuclear power plant, poverty, and the prison system. His reporting led to new legislation and numerous civic and political reforms. In 1977, he gained national recognition for his investigation into the wrongful conviction of Chol Soo Lee. His articles sparked the first successful pan-Asian political movement and ultimately led to Chol Soo Lee's retrial and full acquittal. K.W. Lee retired from the Sacramento Union in 1990.
In 1979, K.W. Lee founded the first national English-language Korean American newspaper, Koreatown, which lasted until 1982. In 1990, at a time of rising tension between the African American and Korean American communities in Los Angeles and other cities, he launched and edited the Korea Times English Edition, based in Los Angeles. He received the John Anson Ford Award, for print media, by the Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission for his outstanding coverage of the 1992 Los Angeles riots and "for promoting racial harmony...through journalism and community involvement." Though semi-retired, Lee continued to write for the Korean American community as a columnist for the Korea Times (English daily from 1995 to 1998 and Bi-lingual Edition from 2000 to 2001), Currents: Asian Pacific American newspaper serving Sacramento and Yolo Counties (2000 to 2003), and the KoreAm Journal (2002 to 2003).
K.W. Lee began teaching journalism while still in West Virginia at West Virginia State College in 1969. He became a part-time journalism lecturer at California State University, Sacramento from 1974 to 1979. In 1998, Lee taught investigative writing at UC Davis. He taught investigative journalism at UCLA in 2000 and 2001, and in 2001 he taught investigative journalism at UC Santa Barbara and interethnic studies at UC Riverside. And throughout his career, Lee devoted countless hours to mentoring hundreds of Korean Americans.
Over the course of his career, K.W. Lee received numerous regional and national awards for his work. These include the Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism (1982), the first Lifetime Achievement Award from the Asian American Journalists Association (1987), and the Free Spirit Award from the Freedom Forum (1994). In 1997, he was inducted into the Newseum's News History Gallery.

Biography/Organization History

K.W. Lee Timeline
1928 Born in Kaesong, Korea
1946-1949 Major in English Literature, Korea University, Seoul
1950 Came to USA
1951-1955 Editor, The Korean Messenger, an English language periodical for Korean students
1953 BS Journalism, West Virginia University, Morgantown
  News Editor, The Daily Athenaeum, the WVU student newspaper
  Research Assistant, Institute of Communications, University of Illinois, Urbana
1955 MS Journalism, University of Illinois, Urbana
1956-1957 City Hall Reporter, The Kingsport (Tenn.) Times-News
1958-1970 Staff Reporter, The Charleston (W. Va.) Gazette
1960 Married, Peggy N. Flowers of Bluefield, VA
1966-1967 Mark Ethridge Fellowship, Ford Foundation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
1968 Urban Service Award, U. S. Office of Economic Opportunity, for outstanding coverage of the poor.
1969-1970 Part-time journalism instructor, West Virginia State College
  Institute faculty advisor to The Yellow Jacket, WVSC student newspaper
1970 Investigative Reporter, Sacramento Union
  Ring of Truth Award, Copley Newspapers, for outstanding community service
  Editorial Citation, California Newspaper Publishers Association, Best Article or Best Series, for "Welfare Mess."
1971 First Place, Enterprise Category, California-Nevada AP Writing Contest
  Ring of Truth Award, Copley Newspapers, for outstanding initiative and originality in reporting.
1972 Second Place, Enterprise Category, California-Nevada AP Writing Contest
  Ring of Truth Award, Copley Newspapers, for outstanding initiative and originality in reporting
  Ring of Truth Award, Copley Newspapers, for best spot news coverage
  Certificate of Merit, American Bar Association Gavel Award, for a series of investigative articles
1973 Ring of Truth Award, Copley Newspapers, for outstanding community service
  Editorial Citation, California Newspaper Publishers Association, for community service
1974 Part-time journalism lecturer, California State University, Sacramento
  Faculty advisor to The State Hornet, CSUS student newspaper
  Ring of Truth Award, Copley Newspapers, for a series of investigative articles
  Special Merit Award, California Taxpayers Association, for a series of investigative articles entitled, "The Golden Dome."
  National Headliners Award, National Headliners Club, for outstanding news reporting
1976 Editorial Citation, California Newspaper Publishers Association, for best series of articles
1977 Contacts Chol Soo Lee and begins working for his release.
1978 Mark Twain Sweepstakes Award, Associated Press News Executives Council (APNEC), for "The Americanization of Chol Soo Lee."
1979 Starts editing and publishing Koreatown.
  Gavel Award, American Bar Association, for yearlong investigative series that resulted in the overturning of Chol Soo Lee's murder conviction.
  First Place, Best Series of Articles, California Newspaper Publishers Association's Better Newspaper Contest
  Honorable Mention, Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award, for investigative coverage of Chol Soo Lee case.
1981 Top Honors, News Division, California State Fair, for his series, "People's Revolt Against Crime."
1982 Second place, investigative reporting, San Francisco Press Club Writing Contest
1983 Chol Soo Lee released.
  National Headliners Award, National Headliners Club, for outstanding news reporting
  American Legion Fourth Estate Award
  Second Place, Writing Contest, California-Nevada Associated Press News Executive Council
1986 Finalist, Roy W. Howard Award for Public Service, Scripps-Howard Foundation
1987 Lifetime Achievement Award, Asian American Journalists Association
1990 Editor, Korea Times English Edition
  Retires from Sacramento Union
1992 John Anson Ford Award, Los Angeles Human Relations Commission for journalistic efforts to promote racial harmony before, during, and after the 1992 LA Riots.
  Retires from Korea Times English Edition
  Received liver transplant.
1993 Investigative reporter/internship program coordinator, Sacramento Union
1994 Free Spirit Award, Freedom Forum
  National Award for Outstanding Service, Association of Asian American Studies
1995 Special projects consultant to KCRA-TV in Sacramento
  Columnist, The Korea Times (English daily), Seoul
1997 Inducted into the Journalism History Gallery of the Newseum in Arlington, VA.
1998 Retired from The Korea Times
2000 Columnist, Currents
  Columnist, The Korea Times Bi-Lingual Edition, Los Angeles
  Retires from KCRA-TV
2001 Columnist, KorAm Journal

Scope and Content of Collection

These papers cover K. W. Lee's professional life from 1977 to 1983. They are limited to his two main activities during those years: the Chol Soo Lee case and the founding of the Koreatown newspaper. There is also a small series hinting at his larger career as an investigative reporter and teacher.
In the Chol Soo Lee case, the correspondence between K.W. Lee and Chol Soo Lee, the newspaper coverage of the case (particularly the Sacramento Union stories by K. W. Lee), and the court documents contain most of the substance of the series. The interviews also warrant use though there are few. The strength of the Koreatown series lies in the newspaper itself and in the files of story ideas. They focus on the Korean immigrant/Korean American experience in California and the major Korean immigrant centers around the United States.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Lee, K.W. (Kyung Won), 1928-
Lee, Chol Soo
Korean Americans--California--Politics and government.
Korean American journalists.
Koran American literature--Periodicals.
Prisoners--California.


Collection Contents

 

Series 1 Chol Soo Lee Case, 1972-1998

Physical Description:

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Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, clippings, court records, and other documents dealing with the Chol Soo Lee murder case and appeals.
 

Subseries 1.1 Correspondence, 1977-1998

Physical Description:

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Scope and Content Note

Arranged with Chol Soo Lee and K.W. Lee first, then alphabetically by author then chronologically.
Box 1:1

Chol Soo Lee to Mary [sister] November 20, 1977

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Box 1:2

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee November 27, 1977

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Box 1:3

Chol Soo Lee to Mom November 28, 1977

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Box 1:4

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee and Jay Yoo December 1, 1977

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Box 1:5

Chol Soo Lee to Mom and Mary December 1, 1977

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Box 1:6

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 7, 1977

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Box 1:7

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 10, 1977

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Box 1:8

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 21, 1977

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Box 1:9

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 31, 1977

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Box 1:10

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee January 6, 1978

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Box 1:11

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee January 28, 1978

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Box 1:12

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee February 2, 1978

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Box 1:13

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee February 9, 1978

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Includes letter from Chol Soo Lee to Sacramento Union, February 9, 1978
Box 1:14

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee February 15, 1978

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Box 1:15

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee February 20, 1978

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Box 1:16

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee March 5, 1978

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Box 1:17

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee March 12, 1978

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Box 1:18

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee March 14, 1978

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Box 1:19

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee March 23, 1978

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Box 1:20

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee March 31, 1978

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Includes letter from Richard Zitrin to Chol Soo Lee, March 28, 1978
Box 1:21

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee April 5, 1978

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Box 1:22

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee April 6, 1978

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Box 1:23

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee April 19, 1978

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Box 1:24

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee April 20, 1978

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Box 1:25

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee May 7, 1978

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Box 1:26

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee May 9, 1978

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Box 1:27

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee May 27, 1978

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Box 1:28

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee June 8, 1978

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Box 1:29

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee June 26, 1978

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Box 1:30

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee July 11, 1978

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Box 1:31

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee July 20, 1978

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Box 1:32

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee August 25, 1978

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Box 1:33

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee August 29, 1978

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Box 1:34

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee September 18, 1978

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Box 1:35

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee September 26, 1978

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Box 1:36

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee October 21, 1978

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Box 1:37

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee October 28, 1978

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Box 1:38

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee November 3, 1978

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Box 1:39

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee November 5, 1978

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Box 1:40

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 10, 1978

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Box 1:41

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 22, 1978

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Box 1:42

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee January 7, 1979

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Box 1:43

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee January 28, 1979

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Box 1:44

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee February 20, 1979

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Box 1:45

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee March 11, 1979

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Box 1:46

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee March 23, 1979

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Box 1:47

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee May 3, 1979

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Box 1:48

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee May 17, 1979

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Box 1:49

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee July 8, 1979

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Box 1:50

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee August 21, 1979

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Box 1:51

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee September 3, 1979

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Box 1:52

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee September 9, 1979

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Box 1:53

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee September 21, 1979

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Box 1:54

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee November 8, 1979

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Box 1:55

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 2, 1979

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Box 1:56

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 9, 1979

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Box 1:57

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee January 18, 1980

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Box 1:58

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee February 29, 1980

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Box 1:59

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee March 27, 1980

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Includes poem, "Voice's Arising."
Box 1:60

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee April 6, 1980

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Box 1:61

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee April 16, 1980

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Box 1:62

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee May 23, 1980

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Box 1:63

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee June 8, 1980

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Box 1:64

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee August 18, 1980

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Box 1:65

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee November 28, 1980

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Box 1:66

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 9, 1980

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Box 1:67

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee January 25, 1981

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Box 1:68

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee March 18, 1981

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Box 1:69

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee May 8, 1981

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Box 1:70

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee June 7, 1981

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Box 1:71

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee June 17, 1981

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Box 1:72

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee August 5, 1981

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Box 1:73

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee August 26, 1981

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Box 1:74

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee September 9, 1981

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Box 1:75

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee October 2, 1981

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Box 1:76

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee February 11, 1982

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Box 1:77

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee March 18, 1982

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Box 1:78

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee May 31, 1982

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Box 1:79

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee Setember 16, 1982

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Box 1:80

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee October 27, 1982

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Box 1:81

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 14, 1982

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Christmas card and poem, "Two Sides."
Box 1:82

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee January 20, 1983

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Box 1:83

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee January 29, 1983

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Box 1:84

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 1984

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Christmas card
Box 1:85

Chol Soo Lee's autobiography. n.d.

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An autobiographical account is mentioned in Correspondence beginning in 1978 but the actual date of this document is not clear.
Box 1:86

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee ca. January 1978

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Box 1:87

Chol Soo Lee to "Dear Friends." ca. 1980

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Box 1:88

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee November 22, 1977

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Box 1:89

Kyung Won Lee to Superintendent Reese November 30, 1977

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Box 1:90

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee December 2, 1977

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Box 1:91

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee December 8, 1977

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Box 1:92

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee December 14, 1977

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Box 1:93

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee January 26, 1978

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Box 1:94

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee January 30, 1978

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Box 1:95

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee February 3, 1978

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Box 1:96

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee February 13, 1978

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Lacks second page.
Box 1:97

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee February 28, 1978

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Box 1:98

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee March 20, 1978

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Box 1:99

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee April 3, 1978

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Box 1:100

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee May 2, 1978

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Box 1:101

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee May 15, 1978

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Box 1:102

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee May 30, 1978

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Box 1:103

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee July 9, 1978

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Box 1:104

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee August 20, 1978

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Box 1:105

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee September 11, 1978

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Box 1:106

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee September 21, 1978

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Box 1:107

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee October 23, 1978

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Lacks second page.
Box 1:108

Kyung Won Lee to Mr. Reed October 23, 1978

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Box 1:109

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee November 8, 1978

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Box 1:110

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee December 6, 1978

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Box 1:111

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee December 28, 1978

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Box 1:112

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee March 5, 1979

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Box 2:1

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee March 14, 1979

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Box 2:2

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee March 21, 1979

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Box 2:3

Kyung Won Lee to Mrs. Moon Oo Lee March 23, 1979

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Box 2:4

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee April 30, 1979

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Box 2:5

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee June 9, 1979

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Box 2:6

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee July 9, 1979

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Box 2:7

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee August 14, 1979

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Box 2:8

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee September 15, 1979

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Box 2:9

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee September 19, 1979

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Box 2:10

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee March 27, 1980

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Box 2:11

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee April 4, 1980

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Box 2:12

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee May 30, 1980

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Includes letter from Kyung Won Lee to Mr. Madding, May 28, 1980
Box 2:13

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee May 2, 1981

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Box 2:14

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee ca. 1978

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Box 2:15

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee ca. 1979

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Box 2:16

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee November 23, 1978

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Box 2:17

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee ca. 1981

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Box 2:18

Kyung Won Lee to "My dearest friend" ca. 1981

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Box 2:19

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee ca. 1979

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Box 2:20

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee December 31, 1977- January 6, 1978

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Box 2:21

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee June 6, 1978- July 11, 1978

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Box 2:22

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee [May 8, 1981]

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Box 2:23

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee n.d.

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Box 2:24

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee April 15, 1978

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Photocopy
Box 2:25

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee December 22, 1978

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Photocopy
Box 2:26

Chol Soo Lee to Kyung Won Lee June 3, 1979

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Photocopy of a clipping.
Box 2:27

Envelope, postcard, and prison visiting room note n.d.

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Box 6:21

"Dear Friend"January 31, 1978

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Public Relations letter
Box 6:22

Public Relations letters 1978

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Box 6:23

Kyung Won Lee to Chol Soo Lee January 9, 1998

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Box 6:24

Kyung Won Lee to Mr. Madding. May 28, 1980

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Photocopy
Box 6:25

Kyung Won Lee to Ranko Yamada February 6, 1978

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Box 6:26

Kyu Jang Choi to Chol Soo Lee April 3, 1978

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Box 6:27

Mrs. W. Glunt to Kyung Won Lee January 31, 1978

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Box 6:28

Dorothy J. Hirst to Kyung Won Lee January 31, 1978

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Box 6:29

Harry Honda to Kyung Won Lee April 24, 1978

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Box 6:30

Steven S. Hong to Kyung Won Lee March 21, 1978

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Box 6:31

Jai Lee to Kyung Won Lee March-May 1978

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Box 6:32

Elaine Kim to Kyung Won Lee April-July 1978

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Box 6:33

Rita Yee to Kyung Won Lee April 20, 1978

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Box 6:34

Derrick Lim to Kyung Won Lee 1984; 1987

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Box 6:35

Thomas F. Pendergast to Kyung Won Lee February 6, 1978

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Box 6:36

Bob Rine to Kyung Won Lee n.d.

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Box 6:37

Charles Rohrbacher to Kyung Won Lee 1979

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Box 6:38

Mark Shwartz to Kyung Won Lee 1978

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Box 6:39

Leonard K. Tauman to Kyung Won Lee March 27, 1978

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Box 6:40

Michi Weglyn to Kyung Won Lee 1981

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Box 6:41

Michi Weglyn to Kyung Won Lee 1982

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Box 6:42

Geri M. Welch to Kyung Won Lee May 24, 1978

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Box 6:43

Scott D. Widmeyer February 14, 1979

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Box 6:44

Don Wood to Kyung Won Lee February 6, 1978

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Box 6:45

Ranko Yamada to Kyung Won Lee 1978-1997

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Box 6:46

Tom Zaniell to Kyung Won Lee March 18, 1997

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Box 6:47

Chol Soo Lee to Hamilton L. Hintz, Jr. December 1, 1977

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Photocopy
 

Subseries 1.2 Clippings, 1972-1992

Physical Description:

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Scope and Content Note

Arranged with the Sacramento Union first, then others alphabetically. Arranged chronologically within each.
Box 2:28

Jury Says 'Guilty' In Chinatown KillingJune 20, 1974

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:29

Korean Sentenced; SF killer suspect in slaying at DeuelJuly 11, 1974; October 12, 1977

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:30

How Far Must the People Go to Serve the Ends of Justice?March 16, 1975

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:31

Lost in a strange cultureJanuary 29, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:32

Alice-in-Chinatown murder caseJanuary 30, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:33

New trial sought for immigrant-Nationwide driveApril 4, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:34

New evidence surfaces in murder caseMay 28, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:35

New evidence surfaces in murder caseMay 28, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:36

Synod backs retrial for Korean alienJuly 13, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:37

Lawyer says Lee murder trial was stacked deck of justiceJuly 17, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:38

Petition for new trial filed by Chol Soo LeeJuly 18, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:39

Lee granted review of murder convictionAugust 31, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:40

Judge reopens 'Alice in Chinatown' murder caseOctober 21, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:41

Murder witness steps forwardOctober 27, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:42

Murder probe was pressured by mayor, chiefOctober 28, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:43

Amended trial petition OK'd-Chol Soo Lee caseOctober 31, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:44

Chol soo Lee case--new trial warranted-Chinatown slayingNovember 1, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:45

Presbyterians give Lee defense $3,000November 4, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:46

Was Lee hired hit man or defending himselfNovember 6, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:47

Terror restricts the testimony in Chinatown killingNovember 12, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:48

New witness says it wasn't Lee-Chinatown murderNovember 21, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:49

New witness says it wasn't Lee-Chinatown murderNovember 21, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:50

Another cause for WeinglassNovember 26, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:51

New witnesses' testimony attacks police procedure in Lee's murder convictionNovember 27, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:52

Credibility of forgotten witness is challengedDecember 1, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:53

Credibility of forgotten witness is challengedDecember 1, 1978

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Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:54

Lee hearing is getting increasingly complexDecember 4, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:55

The Lee hearing: withheld evidenceDecember 6, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:56

Attorney awakens: Chol Soo is JimmyDecember 7, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:57

The Asian Family--prison gang or myth?December 26, 1978

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:58

New trial ordered in Chinatown killingJanuary 23, 1979

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Sacramento Union
Box 2:69

Writ grant fails to alter Lee's trialJanuary 24, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:60

Korean ordered freed from prisonFebruary 3, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:61

Lee's murder trial temporarily haltedFebruary 14, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:62

Lee's murder trial temporarily haltedFebruary 14, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:63

Chol Soo Lee Deuel slaying trial under wayFebruary 27, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:64

Gave Lee murder knives, prison gang member saysFebruary 28, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:65

Self-defense, Lee says-Defendant on standMarch 7, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:66

Jury deliberating Lee murder caseMarch 9, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:67

Immigrant convicted of prison murderMarch 13, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:68

Judge bars Lee defense requestMarch 21, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:69

Korean immigrant's fate in hands of juryMarch 22, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:70

Lee ordered to gas chamber-Appeal plannedMarch 23, 1979

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:71

Appeal backs Chol Soo Lee verdictMarch 22, 1980

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:72

Chol Soo may face new trial for gang slaying in ChinatownJune 22, 1980

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:73

Chol Soo Lee faces retrial in SF murderJuly 22, 1980

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:74

Chol Soo Lee requests to be tried in SFAugust 8, 1980

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:75

Chol Soo Lee to get SF trialAugust 9, 1980

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:76

Chol Soo Lee backers demonstrate hereOctober 23, 1980

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:77

Lee hopes to escape death row in retrialAugust 2, 1982

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:78

Immigrant Lee acquitted in 1 of 2 murder casesSeptember 4, 1982

Note

Sacramento Union. Photocopy
Box 2:79

Immigrant Lee acquitted in 1 of 2 murder casesSeptember 4, 1982

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:80

Chol Soo Lee's 2nd conviction reversedJanuary 15, 1983

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:81

State may appeal Lee reversalJanuary 18, 1983

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:82

Chol Soo Lee released after 10 yearsMarch 29, 1983

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:83

He's facing a new life after 10 years in prisonApril 3, 1983

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:84

The truth behind 'True Believer'February 26, 1989

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:85

Case of justicen.d.

Note

Sacramento Union
Box 2:86

Index of volumes 1-13n.d.

Note

Amerasia Journal
Box 2:87

In the Shadow of the Ghetto-The Lost PopulationJune 1979

Note

Asian American Journey
Box 2:88

The events surrounding the original caseAugust 26, 1982

Note

Asian Week. Photocopy
Box 2:89

The Defense of Chol Soo Lee; Trying to keep faith after nine yearsAugust 26, 1982

Note

Asian Week. Photocopy
Box 2:90

Acquitted, Chol Soo Lee thanks AsiansSeptember 9, 1982

Note

Asian Week. Photocopy
Box 2:91

Murder Case Unites Koreans-The Americanization of Chol Soo Lee1978

Note

Berkeley Barb
Box 2:92

Korean-Americans finally mobilizingJune 6, 1978

Note

Berkeley Gazette. Photocopy
Box 2:93

History Hollywood styleMay 5, 1989

Note

Charleston Gazette
Box 2:94

False murder conviction claimed in Chinatown youth gang killingNovember 20, 1978

Note

Daily Californian. Photocopy
Box 2:95

Surprise witness in gang murder hearingNovember 21, 1978

Note

Daily Californian. Photocopy
Box 2:96

Death row inmate becomes Korean causeAugust 31, 1979

Note

Deadline
Box 2:97

Retrial begins for Chol Soo LeeAugust 13, 1982

Note

Deadline. Photocopy
Box 2:98

Attorneys Prepare Case for Retrial of Chol Soo LeeDecember 23, 1981

Note

East-West
Box 2:99

Jury Acquits Chol Soo LeeSeptember 8, 1982

Note

East-West
Box 2:100

Bail Reduction Granted; Chol Soo Lee Out NowMarch 30, 1983

Note

East-West
Box 2:101

Chol Soo Lee Pleads Guilty But Maintains His InnocenceAugust 17, 1983

Note

East-West
Box 2:102

Group Formed In Defense of Korean YouthApril 15, 1978

Note

Hokubei Mainichi. Photocopy
Box 2:103

Chol Soo Lee Found Innocent of 1973 Chinatown Murder, Thankful of Asian Group BackingSeptember 8, 1982

Note

Hokubei Mainichi. Photocopy
Box 2:104

Asians Now!September 18, 1982

Note

Hokubei Mainichi. Photocopy
Box 2:105

Chol Soo Lee Severely Burned in House FireOctober 3, 1991

Note

Hokubei Mainichi
Box 2:106

Convicted Korean gets second chance to prove his innocence-Chol Soo Lee goes on trial this monthAugust 4, 1982

Note

International Examiner. Photocopy
Box 2:107

Murder trial of Korean immigrant enters third weekSeptember 1, 1982

Note

International Examiner. Photocopy
Box 2:108

'Alice in Chinatown" to become a movie-Chol Soo Lee's story dramatizedSeptember 19, 1984

Note

Joong-ang Daily News. Photocopy
Box 2:109

butadofuMarch 23, 1981

Note

Kashu Mainichi. Photocopy
Box 2:110

Lee Chol-soo cleared of murder rap-S.F. court verdict on Chinatown killingSeptember 5, 1982

Note

Korea Herald
Box 2:111

Stage play based on murder trial of Lee Chol-sooJanuary 25, 1983

Note

Korea Herald. Photocopy
Box 2:112

Movie about murder trial of Lee Chol-soo dueAugust 14, 1984

Note

Korea Herald. Photocopy
Box 3:1

A name that glows in our memoryOctober 9, 1986

Note

Korea Herald. Photocopy
Box 3:2

With Justice For All-Letters to the EditorOctober 9, 1981

Note

Korea Times English Section
Box 3:3

Chol Soo Lee Tells His Side of Story-"All a Mistake"November 18, 1981

Note

Korea Times English Section
Box 3:4

Standing by her friendNovember 24, 1981

Note

Korea Times English Section
Box 3:5

Lee's Case Lesson in How System WorksAugust 13, 1982

Note

Korea Times English Section. Photocopy
Box 3:6

Japanese Attorney Determined to Get Acquittal for Chol SooDecember 31, 1982

Note

Korea Times English Section. Photocopy
Box 3:7

Chol Soo Gets Out If He Can Meet Bail-But $250,000 Too HighMarch 22, 1983

Note

Korea Times English Section
Box 3:8

Chol Soo Free on Bail from San Joaquin Jail-No More Death RowMarch 29, 1983

Note

Korea Times English Section
Box 3:9

Lee Pleads Guilty, But Will Stay Free-Time Already ServedAugust 11, 1983

Note

Korea Times English Section
Box 3:10

Campaign Should Go On, But Lee Needs to RestMarch 30, 1983

Note

Korea Times English Section
Box 3:11

Campaign Should Go On, But Lee Needs to RestApril 2, 1983

Note

Korea Times English Section
Box 3:12

Chol Soo Lee Case, A Tale of Community JusticeMay 1989

Note

Korea Times Magazine. Photocopy
Box 3:13

"True Believer:" Another Hollywood Rip-off?May 1989

Note

Korea Times Magazine
Box 3:14

"True Believer:" Another Hollywood Rip-off?May 1989

Note

Korea Times Magazine
Box 3:15

Stuart Hanlon: the last defender of Chol Soo LeeMarch 16, 1992

Note

Korea Times Weekly English Edition. Photocopy
Box 3:16

Chol Soo Lee's CaseApril 13, 1978

Note

Korean American Times
Box 3:17

Look for exclusives in KoreatownSeptember 1979

Note

Koreatown Weekly
Box 3:18

Ranko recalls days with Chol SooDecember 17, 1979

Note

Koreatown Weekly
Box 3:19

Hope holds out for Chol SooFebruary 25, 1980

Note

Koreatown Weekly
Box 3:20

Chol Soo wins battle: Release Order upheld in "Chinatown" murderMarch 31, 1980

Note

Koreatown Weekly
Box 3:21

Murder retrial set for MarchDecember 1, 1980

Note

Koreatown. Photocopy. Incomplete
Box 3:22

A lyrical letter to Chol SooDecember 15, 1980

Note

Koreatown
Box 3:23

Lee doesn't fit witnesses' descriptionsMarch 23, 1981

Note

Koreatown
Box 3:24

Chol Soo Lee's defense makes pre-trial appealsMay 17, 1982

Note

Koreatown
Box 3:25

$1 million bail set for Chol Soo LeeMay 31, 1982

Note

Koreatown
Box 3:26

No Asians in the jury for Chol Soo Lee trialAugust 16, 1982

Note

Koreatown
Box 3:27

'My victory is yours'-Chol Soo Lee is innocentOctober 11, 1982

Note

Koreatown
Box 3:28

Push for pardon for Chol Soo LeeNovember 1982

Note

Koreatown
Box 3:29

Chol Soo Lee supporters rally before state capitolDecember 1982

Note

Koreatown
Box 3:30

Chol Soo Lee's trial has meaning for us allDecember 1982

Note

Koreatown
Box 3:31

Continued attention on murder trial a mustJuly 1983

Note

Koreatown
Box 3:32

Two Asians cop an award for show on Chol Soo LeeApril 6, 1984

Note

Koreatown
Box 3:33

Young Korean tough may be cleared of murder charges by new evidenceJuly 5, 1978

Note

Lodi News-Sentinel
Box 3:34

Supporters of Deuel inmate rally at County CourthouseJuly 18, 1978

Note

Lodi News-Sentinel
Box 3:35

Court denies inmate's change of venue requestSeptember 26, 1978

Note

Lodi News-Sentinel
Box 3:36

Murder Case an Asian Cause Celebre-Korean convict in complex legal battleApril 30, 1979

Note

Los Angeles Times. Photocopy
Box 3:37

Weinglass--A Radical in the ShadowsApril 15, 1980

Note

Los Angeles Times. Photocopy
Box 3:38

Plea Bargain Frees Korean Charged in 2 Murder CasesAugust 11, 1983

Note

Los Angeles Times
Box 3:39

'A Question of Justice' earns documentary EmmyMay 17, 1984

Note

Neighbors
Box 3:40

Chol Soo Lee Retrial Now In Defense; Chol Soo Lee Case Now in DeliberationAugust 26, 1982- September 2, 1982

Note

New York Nichibei. Photocopy
Box 3:41

Chol Soo Lee Trial: Update1981

Note

Nihonmachi Legal Outreach Newsletter
Box 3:42

Jury choice to start in murder retrial; Murder case retrial opensAugust 3, 1982-August 10, 1982

Note

Oakland Tribune. Photocopy
Box 3:43

Retrial of man in prison 9 years for Chinatown murder begins; Chinatown murder retrialAugust 3, 1982-August 10, 1982

Note

Oakland Tribune. Photocopy
Box 3:44

An American nightmareAugust 12, 1982

Note

Oakland Tribune. Photocopy
Box 3:45

Defense challenges testimony of key witness in Chinatown murder retrial; Chinatown murder trial witness is challenged; Witness to murder points out defendantAugust 12, 1982- August 13, 1982

Note

Oakland Tribune. Photocopy
Box 3:46

Gang murder retrial goes to jurySeptember 2, 1982

Note

Oakland Tribune
Box 3:47

Jury gets Chinatown murder trialSeptember 2, 1982

Note

Oakland Tribune. Photocopy
Box 3:48

Jury acquits Chol Soo in 1973 Chinatown killingSeptember 4, 1982

Note

Oakland Tribune. Photocopy
Box 3:49

The Friends of Chol Soo Lee: Supporters hail reversal of one conviction hopefully await ruling in secondSeptember 12, 1982

Note

Oakland Tribune. Incomplete
Box 3:50

The Friends of Chol Soo Lee: Supporters hail reversal of one conviction hopefully await ruling in secondSeptember 12, 1982

Note

Oakland Tribune. Photocopy
Box 3:51

Once-condemned man freed on pleaAugust 11, 1983

Note

Oakland Tribune
Box 3:52

The Americanization of Chol Soo Lee: 1964 journey to rejoin mother ends in series of nightmaresMay 12, 1978

Note

Pacific Citizen
Box 3:53

The Americanization of Chol Soo Lee: Lee's arrest, trial retracedMay 19, 1978

Note

Pacific Citizen
Box 3:54

Matter of Legal CompetenceMay 19, 1978

Note

Pacific Citizen
Box 3:55

Chol Soo Lee near personal freedomApril 11, 1980

Note

Pacific Citizen
Box 3:56

The Americanization of Chol Soo LeeMay 17, 1978

Note

Pacific News Service
Box 3:57

Lee Defense Tells Court Evidence Was WithheldOctober 30, 1978

Note

Sacramento Bee. Photocopy
Box 3:58

ID Of 'Real Killer' Enters Lee CaseOctober 31, 1978

Note

Sacramento Bee
Box 3:59

Eyewitness To San Francisco Murder Says Wrong Man Was ConvictedNovember 21, 1978

Note

Sacramento Bee
Box 3:60

ID Of 'Real Killer' Enters Lee Case; Eyewitness To San Francisco Murder Says Wrong Man Was ConvictedOctober 31, 1978-November 21, 1978

Note

Sacramento Bee. Photocopy
Box 3:61

New Trial Looms For Korean Immigrant Convicted Of 1973 Murder In SF ChinatownJanuary 24, 1979

Note

Sacramento Bee
Box 3:62

New Trial Looms For Korean Immigrant Convicted Of 1973 Murder In SF ChinatownJanuary 24, 1979

Note

Sacramento Bee. Photocopy
Box 3:63

Judge Expected To Set Date For Death Sentence ReviewMarch 24, 1979

Note

Sacramento Bee. Photocopy
Box 3:64

Murder Conviction Reversal May Be Appealed By StateJanuary 18, 1983

Note

Sacramento Bee
Box 3:65

Chinatown Murder Retrial-Wide support for convictAugust 2, 1982

Note

San Francisco Chronicle. Photocopy
Box 3:66

Lee Named Again As S.F. Gang KillerAugust 11, 1982

Note

San Francisco Chronicle. Photocopy
Box 3:67

Chinatown Slaying Retrial Nears EndSeptember 1, 1982

Note

San Francisco Chronicle. Photocopy
Box 3:68

Retrial Clears Chinatown Killing SuspectSeptember 4, 1982

Note

San Francisco Chronicle. Photocopy
Box 3:69

Dangerous Loser or Victim of Fate?May 6, 1995

Note

San Francisco Chronicle. Photocopy
Box 3:70

Korean community unites behind inmateOctober 22, 1978

Note

San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle. Photocopy
Box 3:71

Chinatown murder conviction reversedJanuary 23, 1979

Note

San Francisco Examiner. Photocopy
Box 3:72

Free Chol Soo Lee! AdvertisementAugust 1, 1982

Note

San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle
Box 3:73

Free Chol Soo Lee! AdvertisementAugust 1, 1982

Note

San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle. Photocopy
Box 3:74

Murder retrial of case that united The City's AsiansAugust 10, 1982

Note

San Francisco Examiner. Photocopy
Box 3:75

Chinatown murder case retrial complete; key witness not calledSeptember 1, 1982

Note

San Francisco Examiner
Box 3:76

Jury acquits Lee in Chinatown murder retrialSeptember 4, 1982

Note

San Francisco Examiner. Photocopy
Box 3:77

Acquitted con credits Asian communitySeptember 5, 1982

Note

San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle
Box 3:78

Doubts cloud victory in Asian 'cause celebre'January 16, 1983

Note

San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle
Box 3:79

New Trial Sought for Chol Soo LeeApril 19, 1978

Note

San Francisco Journal
Box 3:80

Koreans back LeeJuly 26, 1978

Note

San Francisco Journal. Photocopy
Box 3:81

Chol Soo Lee Sentenced To DeathMarch 28, 1979

Note

San Francisco Journal
Box 3:82

Lie Detector Test May Save Life Of DVI InmateApril 29, 1978

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:83

Koreans--He's Innocent; D.A.--He's Hit ManJuly 18, 1978

Note

Stockton Record. Photocopy
Box 3:84

Judge Papas--'Mr. Show Business'September 24, 1978

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:85

DA--Defense Stalling Stockton Murder TrialNovember 7, 1978

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:86

Alleged DVI 'Hit Man' Faces Trial on Jan. 15November 17, 1978

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:87

Murder Case Takes A Perry Mason TwistNovember 21, 1978

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:88

No Early Hearing for NF LeaderJanuary 20, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:89

NF Defector Top Lee Trial WitnessJanuary 20, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:90

Writ May Save Inmate From Death PenaltyJanuary 23, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:91

Jury Selection Slow in DVI KillingJanuary 24, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:92

DVI Slaying Case Near Complete JuryFebruary 1, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:93

Jury Chosen In DVI DeathFebruary 2, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:94

Appeal Delays Trial; Witnesses in Danger?February 6, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:95

NF Leader's Attorney Plea DeniedJanuary 13, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:96

Alleged NF Leader Granted Stockton Attorney ChangeJanuary 17, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:97

Murder Trial Delay DeniedFebruary 19, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:98

[Mystery Man]February 21, 1979

Note

Stockton Record. Incomplete
Box 3:99

DVI Inmate Loses a RoundFebruary 24, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:100

Prison Gang Defector Points Finger at Chol LeeFebruary 27, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:101

Psychologist: DVI Murder Victim Was 'Paranoid Gunsel'March 6, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:102

Lee Tells His Side of Deuel SlayingMarch 7, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:103

DVI Murder Case Readied for JuryMarch 8, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:104

Jury Resumes Deliberations In Prison Gang Murder CaseMarch 9, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:105

Religion, Self-Defense Cited on Killer's BehalfMarch 21, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:106

Judge Cites Death PenaltyMay 15, 1979

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:107

Conviction overturned for 'hit man'January 18, 1983

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:108

Prison gang soldier seeks new trial in Tracy slaying caseMarch 18, 1983

Note

Stockton Record
Box 3:109

Friends work for 10-year inmate's freedomMarch 22, 1983

Note

Stockton Record
Box 4:1

Former death row inmate free on bondMarch 29, 1983

Note

Stockton Record
Box 4:2

Lee supporters rally, but hearing delayedJune 14, 1983

Note

Stockton Record. Photocopy
Box 4:3

Chol Soo Lee, 'guilty' but freeAugust 11, 1983

Note

Stockton Record
Box 4:4

Lee to be retried in another county for Deuel slayingca 1983

Note

Stockton Record
Box 4:5

Lee to be retried in another county for Deuel slayingca 1983

Note

Stockton Record. Photocopy
Box 4:6

Judge Papas--'Mr. Show Business'September 24, 1978

Note

Stockton Record. Photocopy
Box 4:7

Gas chamber or freedom could face DVI inmateJuly 5, 1978

Note

Tracy Press. Photocopy
Box 4:8

Free Chol Soo Lee UpdateMarch 9, 1981

Note

UCLA Daily Bruin
Box 4:9

Chol Soo Lee: "My fight for freedom"August 20, 1982

Note

Unity. Photocopy
Box 4:10

Chol Soo Lee Fighters Cut Through Fog-Zero in On Capitalist StateSeptember 15, 1979

Note

Workers Viewpoint
Box 4:11

n.d.

Note

No Source
Box 4:12

Reference: Asian Americans in film and television n.d.

Note

Box 4:13

Reference: Chinatown Gangs: San Francisco Chronicle. 1972

Note

Photocopy
Box 4:14

Reference: Chinatown Gangs: San Francisco Chronicle. 1973

Note

Photocopy
Box 4:15

Reference: Chinatown Gangs: San Francisco Chronicle. 1974

Note

Photocopy
Box 4:16

Reference: Chinatown Gangs: San Francisco Chronicle. 1975

Note

Photocopy
Box 4:17

Reference: Chinatown Gangs: San Francisco Chronicle. 1976-1978

Note

Photocopy
Box 4:18

Reference: Cultural Conflict n.d.

Note

Box 4:19

Reference: General Background n.d.

Note

Box 4:20

Reference: Immigrant Children: San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle January 1, 1978

Note

Box 4:21

Reference: Korea 1981

Note

Box 4:22

Reference: Misidentity n.d.

Note

Box 4:23

Reference-Murder and Misidentity n.d.

Note

Box 4:24

Reference-Murder and Misidentity n.d.

Note

Box 4:25

Reference-Newspaper Reports Free Convicts n.d.

Note

Box 4:26

Reference-Prison Gangs n.d.

Note

Box 9:25

Chol Soo Lee post-release news 1984-1996

Note

 

Subseries 1.3 Court records, 1973-1983

Physical Description:

Note

Scope and Content Note

Arranged in chronological order.
Box 4:27-37

The People of the State of California -vs- Chol Soo LeeJune 3, 1974- July 10, 1974

Note

Action Number: 44362.
Box 5:1

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's Brief

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus
Box 5:2

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's BriefApril 30, 1975

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix A-Appeals Decision, People v. Lee, 3 CRIM 7711
Box 5:3

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's BriefNovember 10, 1975

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix B-Appeal, Opening Brief, People v. Lee, 3 CRIM 7711
Box 5:4

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's BriefSeptember 13, 1973

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix C-Order allowing pretrial discovery, People v. Lee, No. 86219
Box 5:5

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's BriefJanuary 25, 1978

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix D-Information 29268, People v. Lee
Box 5:6

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's Brief

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix E-Declaration by Clifford Gould dated May 22, 1978 (with attached document)
Box 5:7

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's BriefFebruary 13, 1974

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix F-Preemptory Writ of Mandate, Lee v. Superior Court, No. 1-CIV 33837
Box 5:8

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's BriefMarch 21, 1974

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix G-Reporter's Transcript of proceedings, March 21, 1974, People v. Lee, No. 86219
Box 5:9

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's BriefJuly 10, 1974

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix H-Abstracted Judgment, People v. Lee, No. 44362
Box 5:10

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's Brief

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix I-Declaration of Clifford Gould dated May 22, 1978 (with attached document)
Box 5:11

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's Brief

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix J-Declaration of Clifford Gould dated June 29, 1978
Box 5:12

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's Brief

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix K-Declaration of Hamilton Hintz, Jr., dated May 16, 1978
Box 5:13

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's BriefMay 3, 1978

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix M-Confidential report of polygraph results conducted April 12,13, 1978 and dated May 3, 1978
Box 5:14

Chol Soo Lee, Petitioner vs. R. M. Rees, Superintendent -- Petitioner's BriefSeptember 5, 1973

Note

No. 29268. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. Appendix N-Notice of motion and motion for pretrial discovery
Box 5:15

People of the State of California, Plaintiff and Respondent v. Chol Soo Lee, Defendant and Appellant -- Respondent's Brief

Note

Crim. 20989
Box 5:16

Petition for Writ of Habeas CorpusAugust 4, 1978

Note

No. 29268. Order on Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus
Box 5:17

People of the State of California, Plaintiff vs. Chol Soo Lee, DefendantAugust 8, 1980

Note

No. 44362. Memorandum Opinion (Motion for Return to Original Vicinage)
Box 5:18

People of the State of California, Plaintiff and Respondent v. Chol Soo Lee, Defendant and Appellant -- Respondent's Brief

Note

3 Crim. 10161 (Superior Ct. No. 54003). In re Chol Soo Lee on Habeas Corpus. Incomplete
Box 5:19

People of the State of California, Plaintiff and Respondent v. Chol Soo Lee, Defendant and Appellant -- Decision, Court of Appeal-Third DistrictJanuary 14, 1983

Note

3 Crim 10874 (Super. Ct. No. 29268)
Box 5:20

People of the State of California, Plaintiff and Respondent v. Chol Soo Lee, Defendant and Appellant -- Respondent's Brief

Note

3 Crim. 7711. Appeal from the judgment of the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Sacramento
Box 5:21

Sentencing report July 8, 1974

Note

Box 5:22

People of the State of California, Plaintiff and Respondent v. Chol Soo Lee, Defendant and Appellant -- Decision, Court of Appeal-Third DistrictMarch 4, 1976

Note

3 Crim. 8164 (Super Ct. No. 44360)
Box 5:23

Police reportsJune 1973

Note

Box 5:24

Coroner's report June 1973

Note

Box 5:25

Psychiatric consultation September 18, 1973

Note

Box 5:26

Polygraph report October 24, 1978

Note

 

Subseries 1.4 Defense Committee and Other Supporters, 1978-1983

Physical Description:

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Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, flyers, financial files, meeting minutes, public relations kits and ephemera. Arranged alphabetically.
Box 5:27

Until FreedomOctober 1978

Note

Newsletter. Vol. 1, No. 1
Box 5:28

Free Chol Soo Lee! Bulletin UpdateApril 1980

Note

Bulletin no. 8001
Box 5:29

Why Chol Soo Lee Defense Committee?ca. 1983

Note

Box 5:30

Roster and activities1978

Note

Box 5:31

Financial records1978-1979

Note

Box 5:32

Financial recordsApril 30, 1980

Note

Box 5:33

"Dear Friends" fundraising letter1979

Note

Box 5:34

"Dear Friends" fundraising letterca. 1979

Note

Box 5:35

"By Defense Lawyer Tauman"ca 1979

Note

Box 5:36

Letter to Presbyterian SynodJanuary 11, 1978

Note

Box 5:37

Blank petitions to free Chol Soo Lee1979

Note

Some in Korean
Box 5:38

Central Steering CommitteeJune 1978

Note

Agenda and minutes
Box 5:39

Public relations-Free Chol Soo Lee1979

Note

Brochure
Box 5:40

Public relations-artworkn.d.

Note

Box 5:41

Public relations-background storyca 1979

Note

Untitled draft
Box 5:42

Public relations-A Case of adjustment, Chol Soo Leeca 1979

Note

Box 5:43

Public relations-Fact Sheet on the Chol Soo Lee Caseca 1979

Note

Box 5:44

Public relations-Chol Soo Lee Slideshowca 1979

Note

Script only
Box 5:45

Public relations-Story Overviewca 1979

Note

Box 6:1

Public Relations: Ballad of Chol Soo Leen.d.

Note

Box 6:2

Chol Soo Lee songs and chants n.d.

Note

Box 6:3

Public Relations 1979-1982

Note

Box 6:4

Public Relations: Free! Chol Soo Leen.d.

Note

Box 6:5

Public Relations: Free! Chol Soo Lee: An Innocent Victim of Injusticen.d.

Note

Box 6:6

Public Relations: A Day for American Justicen.d.

Note

Box 6:7

Public Relations: A Day for American Justice (Draft)n.d.

Note

Box 6:8

Public Relations: Chol Soo Lee TrialDecember 14, 1982

Note

Box 6:9

Public Relations-Chronologies of the Chol Soo Lee case n.d.

Note

Box 6:10

Public Relations-Assorted flyers 1978-1980

Note

Box 6:11

Public Relations-Assorted flyers 1980

Note

Box 6:12

Public Relations-Booklet: Free Chol Soo Lee!ca. 1980

Note

Box 6:13

Public Relations: Chol Soo Lee Defense Committeen.d.

Note

Box 6:14

Public Relations: Justice for Chol Soo Leen.d.

Note

Box 6:15

Public Relations-Assorted flyers from San Francisco Bay Area Committee to Free Chol Soo Lee

Note

Box 6:16

Public Relations-Third West Coast APSU Conference, Stanford University, November 17, 1979-November 18, 1979

Note

Box 6:17

Public Relations-Workers Viewpoint Organization: Free Chol Soo Lee! Break the Chains of National Oppression!December 1978

Note

Box 6:18

Jay Kun Yoo file 1982-1983

Note

Box 6:19

Report by Richard Chong: The Campaign to Free Chol Soo Lee: An organizational studyn.d.

Note

Box 6:20

Report by Daniel Sungwoo Kim: The Chol Soo Lee Case and Its Impact on Asian-American Communitiesn.d.

Note

 

Subseries 1.5 Notes and Drafts, 1973-1983

Physical Description:

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Box 6:48

About first trial n.d.

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Box 6:49

Acquittal March 28, 1983

Note

Box 6:50

Acquittal September 4, 1982

Note

Box 6:51

Acquittal September 4, 1982

Note

Box 6:52

Summary of case to dateJanuary 9, 1979

Note

Box 6:53

Alice in Chinatown murder casen.d.

Note

Box 6:54

Alice in Chinatown murder casen.d.

Note

Box 6:55

Americanization of Chol Soo Leen.d.

Note

Box 6:56

Americanization of Chol Soo Leen.d.

Note

Box 6:57

Americanization of Chol Soo Leen.d.

Note

Box 6:58

Americanization of Chol Soo Lee1978

Note

Box 6:59

Background 1978-1979

Note

Box 6:60

Bail 1982

Note

Box 7:1

Chol Soo Lee biography n.d.

Note

Box 7:2

Chol Soo Lee biography n.d.

Note

Box 7:3

Chol Soo Lee biography n.d.

Note

Box 7:4

Chol Soo Lee biography n.d.

Note

Box 7:5

Chol Soo Lee biography: Chol Soo Lee file for Ottenn.d.

Note

Box 7:6

Chol Soo Lee biography n.d.

Note

Box 7:7

Change of venue n.d.

Note

Box 7:8

Coroner's report n.d.

Note

Box 7:9

Costs n.d.

Note

Box 7:10

Chol Soo Lee Defense Committee: Statement by the Chol Soo Lee Defense Committeen.d.

Note

Box 7:11

Chol Soo Lee Defense Committee n.d.

Note

Box 7:12

Chol Soo Lee Defense Committee lists n.d.

Note

Box 7:13

Chol Soo Lee biography: "Ever since he was placed...."n.d.

Note

Box 7:14

First trial n.d.

Note

Box 7:15

Flawed investigation n.d.

Note

Box 7:16

Chol Soo Lee flyer n.d.

Note

Box 7:17

Fundraising n.d.

Note

Box 7:18

Guilty of murder one n.d.

Note

Box 7:19

Habeas Corpus: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpusn.d.

Note

Box 7:20

For first articles n.d.

Note

Box 7:21

Hamilton L. Hintz n.d.

Note

Box 7:22

Interviews: A. Doi and A Fong Mout n.d.

Note

Box 7:23

Interviews: Tim Driscoll and Louis Costine n.d.

Note

Box 7:24

Interviews: Tom Kim n.d.

Note

Box 7:25

Interviews: Chol Soo Lee n.d.

Note

Box 7:26

Interviews: George Woo n.d.

Note

Box 7:27

Interviews: Leonard Weinglass n.d.

Note

Box 7:28

Investigative reporting n.d.

Note

Box 7:29

"It's Chinatown" n.d.

Note

Box 7:30

Korean-American support n.d.

Note

Box 7:31

Koreans in America n.d.

Note

Box 7:32

Koreatown n.d.

Note

Box 7:33

Law in the Asian community n.d.

Note

Box 7:34

"Like _____, in The Trial,...."n.d.

Note

Chol Soo Lee summary
Box 7:35

Lists and names n.d.

Note

Box 7:36

Ken Meleyco n.d.

Note

Box 7:37

Steve Morris n.d.

Note

Box 7:38

Murder weapon n.d.

Note

Box 7:39

Murder weapon n.d.

Note

Box 7:40

Needham n.d.

Note

Box 8:1

Petition n.d.

Note

Box 8:2

Polygraph test n.d.

Note

Box 8:3

Polygraph test n.d.

Note

Box 8:4

Polygraph test n.d.

Note

Box 8:5

Polygraph test n.d.

Note

Box 8:6

Polygraph test n.d.

Note

Box 8:7

Presbyterian Synod letter n.d.

Note

Box 8:8

Presbyterian Synod n.d.

Note

Box 8:9

Presentation notes n.d.

Note

Box 8:10

Raw notes n.d.

Note

Box 8:11

Raw notes n.d.

Note

Box 8:12

Raw notes n.d.

Note

Box 8:13

Reporter's Notebook-Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:14

Prospector Steno Notebook n.d.

Note

Box 8:15

Reference: Youth gangs in Chinatown 1973; 1977

Note

Box 8:16

Charles Rohrbacher n.d.

Note

Box 8:17

Raul Ramirez n.d.

Note

Box 8:18

Second trial-Tauman manuscript n.d.

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Box 8:19

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:20

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:21

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:22

Second trial n.d.

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Box 8:23

Second trial n.d.

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Box 8:24

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:25

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:26

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:27

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:28

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:29

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:30

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:31

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:32

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:33

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:34

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:35

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:36

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:37

Second trial n.d.

Note

Box 8:38

Second trial: The Summary of the Alice-in-Chinatown Murder Case; A Tale of two Koreans in American.d.

Note

Box 9:1

A tale of two Koreans n.d.

Note

Box 9:2

Leonard K. Tauman n.d.

Note

Box 9:3

Leonard K. Tauman n.d.

Note

Box 9:4

Leonard K. Tauman n.d.

Note

Box 9:5

Leonard K. Tauman n.d.

Note

Box 9:6

Leonard K. Tauman n.d.

Note

Box 9:7

True Believer n.d.

Note

Box 9:8

Weinglass n.d.

Note

Box 9:9

Witness X n.d.

Note

Box 9:10

Witness X n.d.

Note

Box 9:11

Witness X n.d.

Note

Box 9:12

Witness X n.d.

Note

Box 9:13

Witnesses n.d.

Note

Box 9:14

Witnesses n.d.

Note

Box 9:15

Witnesses 1973; 1977

Note

Box 9:16

Witnesses n.d.

Note

Box 9:17

Witnesses n.d.

Note

Box 9:18

Jason Wong n.d.

Note

Box 9:19

Jason Wong n.d.

Note

Box 9:20

Ranko Yamada n.d.

Note

Box 9:21

Ranko Yamada n.d.

Note

 

Subseries 1.6 Photographs, n.d.

Physical Description:

Note

Box 9:22

Kyung Won Lee and Chol Soo Lee n.d.

Note

Box 9:23

Ranko Yamada, Grace Kim, Jay Yoo n.d.

Note

 

Subseries 1.7 Poetry, n.d.

Physical Description:

Note

Box 9:24

Chol Soo Lee's poetry n.d.

Note

 

Subseries 1.8 Ephemera, n.d.

Physical Description:

Note

Box 9:26

Background materials n.d.

Note

 

Subseries 1.9 Korean language materials, n.d.

Physical Description:

Note

Box 9:27

Invitation to Jay Yoo to speak from Korean-American Women's Club n.d.

Note

Box 9:28

Correspondence: Oh Yoo Kan to Kyung Won Lee December 10, 1979

Note

Box 9:29

Chol Soo Lee Defense Committee flyer ca. October 1979

Note

Box 9:30

True story of Chol Soo Lee by Jay Yoon.d.

Note

Box 9:31

People under the mountain cave by Chi Kun Kimn.d.

Note

Scenario for a script
Box 9:32

Compilation of Korean press coverage of Chol Soo Lee n.d.

Note

 

Series 2 Koreatown, 1978-1984

Physical Description:

Note

 

Subseries 2.1 Office files, 1978-1982

Physical Description:

Note

Box 10:1

Start up: ad rates, promotions n.d.

Note

Box 10:2

Start up n.d.

Note

Box 10:3

Start up: clippings 1978

Note

Box 10:4

Start up 1978

Note

Box 10:5

Start up 1978-1979

Note

Box 10:6

Agenda: notes July 1979-August 1979

Note

Box 10:7

Agenda: Reporter's Note Book n.d.

Note

Box 10:8

Memoranda 1979

Note

Box 10:9

Memoranda 1979

Note

Box 10:10

Agenda: Proposal for Koreatown 1979

Note

Box 10:11

Agenda: Proposal for Koreatown-notes n.d.

Note

Box 10:12

Planning: The Worker Bee January 26, 1979

Note

Box 10:13

Planning: "29" November 11, 1980

Note

Box 10:14

Letters to the editor 1981

Note

Box 10:15

Letters to Kyung Won Lee 1980-1982

Note

Box 10:16

Letters to Kyung Won Lee 1980-1982

Note

Box 10:17

Dorothy L. Cordova, Demonstration Project for Asian Americans to Kyung Won Lee 1980

Note

Box 10:18

Woong Nyol Yoo to Kyung Won Lee n.d.

Note

Box 10:19

Letters to Kyung Won Lee 1981

Note

Box 10:20

Letters to Kyung Won Lee 1981

Note

Box 10:21

Peter Kim n.d.

Note

Box 10:22

Advertising rates for Koreatown 1981

Note

Box 10:23

Public relations n.d.

Note

Box 10:24

Public relations-Fundraising Trip 1979

Note

Box 10:25

Public relations-Fundraising Trip 1979

Note

Box 10:26

Public relations-Fundraising Trip 1979

Note

Box 10:27

Public relations-Fundraising Trip 1979

Note

Box 10:28

Koreatown Network 1981

Note

Box 10:29

Koreatown Network 1980

Note

Box 10:30

Koreatown Network 1980

Note

Box 10:31

Koreatown Network 1979-1980

Note

Box 10:32

Friends of Koreatown: Minutes 1981

Note

Box 10:33

Second Anniversary: messages 1981

Note

Box 10:34

Second Anniversary: event planning 1981

Note

Box 10:35

Second Anniversary: ephemera 1981

Note

Box 10:36

Second Anniversary: Reporter's Note Book 1981

Note

Box 10:37

Second Anniversary: message from John K.C. Oh 1981

Note

Box 10:38

Second Anniversary: fundraising 1981

Note

Box 10:39

Fundraising 1981

Note

Box 10:40

Names 1979

Note

Box 11:1

Names n.d.

Note

Box 11:2

Names 1982

Note

Box 11:3

Names n.d.

Note

Box 11:4

Names 1979-1980

Note

Box 11:5

Names n.d.

Note

Box 11:6

Names 1981

Note

Box 11:7

Names 1981

Note

Box 11:8

Advertising: invoices 1983

Note

Box 11:9

Advertising: requests 1982

Note

Box 11:10

Advertising: style ideas n.d.

Note

Box 11:11

Advertising: Korea Herald March 7, 1983

Note

Box 11:12

Advertising 1980

Note

Box 11:13

Advertising n.d.

Note

Box 11:14

Advertising: promotions for ethnic media 1979

Note

Box 11:15

Advertising: public response to promotional issue 1980-1981

Note

Box 11:16

Advertising: promotions by other media n.d.

Note

Box 11:17

Circulation n.d.

Note

Box 11:18

Production: layout n.d.

Note

Box 11:19

Production: computers 1979

Note

Box 11:20

Production: memoranda n.d.

Note

Box 11:21

Memoranda n.d.

Note

Box 11:22

Memoranda n.d.

Note

Box 11:23

Financial files 1982-1983

Note

Box 11:24

Financial files: bank statement 1982

Note

Box 11:25

Financial files: postal forms 1982

Note

Box 11:26

Financial files: fundraising 1981

Note

Box 11:27

Financial files: reorganization 1981

Note

Box 11:28

Financial files - solicitations for donations 1981

Note

Box 11:29

Financial Files: financial summaries

Note

Box 11:30

Financial files: Tax returns 1980

Note

Box 11:31

Financial files: per issue budget 1981

Note

Box 11:32

Staffing 1981

Note

Box 11:33

Staffing 1980

Note

Box 11:34

Staffing 1981

Note

 

Subseries 2.2 Story ideas, 1977-1982

Physical Description:

Note

Box 12:1

Adoption 1981

Note

Box 12:2

Architecture: Ikpoong Kim n.d.

Note

Box 12:3

Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund 1981

Note

Box 12:4

Asian-American Service Institute for Assistance to Neighborhoods 1980

Note

Box 12:5

Asian American Students Association-Yale University 1982

Note

Box 12:6

Asian American Studies Center, UCLA -Cross Currents 1982

Note

Box 12:7

Asian American Studies Support Committee 1977

Note

Box 12:8

Asian Americans and the Democratic Party 1980-1982

Note

Box 12:9

Asian Community Mental Health Services 1981

Note

Box 12:10

Asian American groups-general information 1979-1980

Note

Box 12:11

Asian American groups-general information 1980-1982

Note

Box 12:12

Asian Law Caucus, Inc. 1980

Note

Box 12:13

Asian Legal Services Outreach 1976-1977

Note

Box 12:14

Asian middle class 1980

Note

Box 12:15

Asian Pacific American Advocates of California 1981-1982

Note

Box 12:16

Asian/Pacific American advocacy office 1981

Note

Box 12:17

Asian Pacific American Research 1980-1982

Note

Box 12:18

Asian Rights Advocate 1980

Note

Box 12:19

Atlanta 1980

Note

Box 12:20

Kwang Heun Baek ca 1980

Note

Box 12:21

Bilingual education 1981

Note

Box 12:22

Bilingual education 1980

Note

Box 12:23

Bilingual education: clippings 1980

Note

Box 12:24

California politicians: David Roberti 1980-1981

Note

Box 12:25

Center for Korean Studies-Hawaii 1980

Note

Box 12:26

Center for Korean Studies-Hawaii 1980

Note

Box 12:27

California Education and Training Administration (CETA) n.d.

Note

Box 12:28

Memoir by Eun Hee Chang: "I was twelve years old..."1981

Note

Box 12:29

Chicago 1979

Note

Box 12:30

Chicago 1979

Note

Box 12:31

Chicago: Korean American Community Services 1979

Note

Box 12:32

Chicago: Korean churches 1975-1980

Note

Box 12:33

Chicago: Korean churches-Alliance Fellowship Church 1979-1980

Note

Box 12:34

Chicago: Korean churches-Paul S. Hyun 1979

Note

Box 12:35

Chicago: Korean churches-Joseph H. Ryu 1972-1977

Note

Box 12:36

Chicago: North River Commission 1979

Note

Box 12:37

Children: The psycho-social development of minority group children, Chapter 5: The growth and development of Pacific/Asian American children. By Keun H. Yu, M.D. and Luke I.C. Kim, M.D., PhD.n.d.

Note

Box 12:38

Children: The future of Korean-American children in American public schools, search for bilingual and bi-cultural identity. By Bok-Lim C. Kimn.d.

Note

Box 12:39

China-clippings 1982

Note

Box 12:40

Chol Soo Lee letter January 20, 1983

Note

Box 13:1

Tai Bong Chung n.d.

Note

Box 13:2

Education 1978-1980

Note

Box 13:3

Education-clippings 1981

Note

Box 13:4

Employment 1981

Note

Box 13:5

Engineering: Engineering News-Record1981

Note

Box 13:6

Jerry Enomoto 1980

Note

Box 13:7

Glendale Presbyterian Church (with photos) 1979

Note

Box 13:8

S.I. Hayakawa 1981

Note

Box 13:9

Health 1981

Note

Box 13:10

Bill Ong Hing-immigration n.d.

Note

Box 13:11

Bill Ong Hing-immigration 1979

Note

Box 13:12

Immigration 1979

Note

Box 13:13

Immigration: The United States Immigration Policy and the Settlement of Koreans in America. By Lee Chang-Soo1975

Note

Box 13:14

Immigration: A father's vision1982

Note

Box 13:15

Immigration 1979

Note

Box 13:16

Immigration 1977-1978

Note

Box 13:17

Immigration 1980

Note

Box 13:18

Immigration 1979

Note

Box 13:19

Immigration: An overview of federal immigration policies and their effects on Asian and Pacific Americans. By Bill Ong Hing1979

Note

Box 13:20

Immigration 1978-1980

Note

Box 13:21

Immigration 1980

Note

Box 13:22

Immigration 1981

Note

Box 13:23

Immigration 1980

Note

Box 13:24

Immigration 1980

Note

Box 13:25

Immigration 1980

Note

Box 13:26

Immigration 1980

Note

Box 13:27

Immigration-clippings 1980

Note

Box 13:28

Immigration-clippings 1978-1980

Note

Box 14:1

Immigration: Asian Pacific Immigration to U.S. Conference 1980

Note

Box 14:2

Immigration: Asian Pacific Immigration to U.S. Conference 1980

Note

Box 14:3

Immigration: Asian Pacific Immigration to U.S. Conference: Historical and contemporary issues 1980

Note

Box 14:4

Immigration: Dan P. Danilov 1978-1980

Note

Box 14:5

Immigration: Dan P. Danilov 1978-1979

Note

Box 14:6

Immigration: Public policy and estimates of the cost of providing medical services to undocumented aliens. By Fred Arnold1978

Note

Box 14:7

Immigration: Reporter's Note Book December 12, 1980

Note

Box 14:8

Immigration: Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy 1980

Note

Box 14:9

Immigration: Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy 1980

Note

Box 14:10

Immigration: Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy 1980

Note

Box 14:11

Immigration: Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy: Notes and drafts 1980

Note

Box 14:12

Immigration: Unpaid medical costs and undocumented aliens: Executive Summary1979

Note

Box 14:13

Korea City Project: Japanese Village Plaza 1980

Note

Box 14:14

Juvenile gangs 1980-1982

Note

Box 14:15

Story by Kang n.d.

Note

Box 14:16

Korea contacts 1980

Note

Box 14:17

Korean news: Korea Herald, Centennial of Amity1982

Note

Box 14:18

Korean news: Korea Herald 1981

Note

Box 14:19

Korean news: Korea Newsreview 1981

Note

Box 14:20

Korean American Citizen League 1980

Note

Box 14:21

Korean Americans 1976-1979

Note

Box 14:22

Korean Americans 1979

Note

Box 14:23

Korean Americans 1980

Note

Box 14:24

Korean Americans 1979

Note

Box 14:25

Korean Americans: Sacramento 1974

Note

Box 14:26

Korean Americans: San Francisco 1979-1980

Note

Box 14:27

Korean Americans: Republican Presidential campaign 1980

Note

Box 14:28

Korean Americans: clippings 1977-1979

Note

Box 14:29

Korean Americans: clippings 1981

Note

Box 14:30

Koreans and the American media 1980

Note

Box 14:31

Korean Association of Southern California 1979

Note

Box 14:32

Korean Association of Southern California 1979

Note

Box 15:1

Korean bilingual staff development 1981

Note

Box 15:2

Korea Briefing Services 1982

Note

Box 15:3

Korean Businessmen's Association of Greater Washington D.C. 1979

Note

Box 15:4

Korean Community of Sacramento 1979

Note

Box 15:5

Korean Community Service Center ca 1978

Note

Box 15:6

Korean Community Service Center: Proposal ca 1979

Note

Box 15:7

Korean Community Service Center of Greater Washington, Inc. 1980

Note

Box 15:8

Korean Cultural Service 1981

Note

Box 15:9

Korean film series 1980

Note

Box 15:10

Korean language: clippings 1979

Note

Box 15:11

Korean language school 1980

Note

Box 15:12

Korean military 1983

Note

Box 15:13

Korea Town library 1979

Note

Box 15:14

Kyungi Alumni Association 1980

Note

Box 15:15

Jason Lee 1981

Note

Box 15:16

Korean Americans: Invisible Minority Wishes to Be Heard. By K. W. Lee1975

Note

Box 15:17

Carey McWilliams 1978

Note

Box 15:18

Monterey 1979

Note

Box 15:19

Monterey 1982

Note

Box 15:20

Monterey: Judge Harkjoon Paik 1982

Note

Box 15:21

Munhwa Linguistic Foundation 1981

Note

Box 15:22

Tom Nam 1980

Note

Box 15:23

National Asian-Pacific American Law Students Association 1982

Note

Box 15:24

New Jersey: Korean American Association of New Jersey 1980

Note

Box 15:25

New Jersey: The Se-Jong School of New Jersey 1980

Note

Box 15:26

New Jersey: The Se-Jong School of New Jersey: Reporter's Note Book 1980

Note

Box 15:27

New York 1979

Note

Box 15:28

New York 1980

Note

Box 15:29

New York 1980

Note

Box 15:30

New York 1979-1981

Note

Box 15:31

New York: Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York 1978-1979

Note

Box 15:32

New York: Seoul Sangdae Alumni Association, Seoul Sangdae Alumni Association New York Branch1980

Note

Box 16:1

Next issue: bilingual education 1980

Note

Box 16:2

Next issue: clippings 1980

Note

Box 16:3

Next issue: Korean American Garment Industries Association of California 1980

Note

Box 16:4

Next issue: stories and budget 1980

Note

Box 16:5

Next issue: clippings 1979-1980

Note

Box 16:6

Next issue: stories 1980

Note

Box 16:7

Next issue: Korean-American Cultural and Educational Center 1980

Note

Box 16:8

Next issue: Asian American Assembly for Policy Research 1980

Note

Box 16:9

Next issue: Orient Press Feature Service 1980

Note

Box 16:10

Nong 1981

Note

Box 16:11

North Korea News 1980

Note

Box 16:12

Oakland 1980

Note

Box 16:13

Asian Pacific American Round Table 1982

Note

Box 16:14

Eu Jong Park 1980

Note

Box 16:15

Possible sources for stories 1980-1982

Note

Box 16:16

Rice: clippings 1982

Note

Box 16:17

Sacramento Korean Residents Association 1977

Note

Box 16:18

Korean Americans: San Francisco 1979

Note

Box 16:19

Korean Americans: San Francisco: Multi-Services Center for Koreans 1978-1979

Note

Box 16:20

Korean Americans: San Francisco Bay area n.d.

Note

Box 16:21

Korean Americans: San Francisco Bay area n.d.

Note

Box 16:22

School bussing in Los Angeles 1979

Note

Box 16:23

Seattle 1979

Note

Box 16:24

Seattle 1979

Note

Box 16:25

Seattle 1979

Note

Box 16:26

Seattle: Chang Hei Lee 1979

Note

Box 16:27

Seattle: Korean Student Association 1981

Note

Box 16:28

Seattle: Kun Hong Park n.d.

Note

Box 16:29

Seattle: Seattle Times case 1978-1979

Note

Box 16:30

Small business 1980

Note

Box 16:31

Small business: Office of Small Business Development, A Guide to Starting a Businessca. 1980

Note

Box 16:32

Small business: Office of Small Business Development, A Guide to Buying a Businessca. 1980

Note

Box 16:33

Small business: Office of Small Business Development 1980

Note

Box 16:34

Small business: Office of Small Business Development, A Guide to Financing a Businessca. 1980

Note

Box 16:35

Small Business: Department of Economic and Business Development, California-the future1979

Note

Box 16:36

Small business: Commission for Economic Development, Doing business in California: A guide for establishing a business1979

Note

Box 17:1

Korean Americans: cultural conflict: Sons and daughtersn.d.

Note

Box 17:2

Wilma Sur n.d.

Note

Box 17:3

Technology 1981

Note

Box 17:4

David Truong 1982

Note

Box 17:5

Unification Church 1982

Note

Box 17:6

Unification Church: The Advisor 1982

Note

Box 17:7

Unification Church: Washington Times 1982-1983

Note

Box 17:8

Unification Church: clippings 1980

Note

Box 17:9

Unification Church: clippings 1982

Note

Box 17:10

United Korean Community of California 1980

Note

Box 17:11

United Korean Community of California: Reporter's Note Book n.d.

Note

Box 17:12

Korea: business investments, Investment Korea1981

Note

Box 17:13

Fiction: Wan moon and butterflyn.d.

Note

Box 17:14

Washington D.C.: Korean Community Service Center of Greater Washington 1980

Note

Box 17:15

Watts Labor Community Action Committee and the Korean Association of Southern California 1979

Note

Box 17:16

Women: rape and battering 1980

Note

Box 17:17

Women: divorce 1980

Note

Box 17:18

Yonhap News Agency Weekly newsletter 1981

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Box 17:19

Young Nak Presbyterian Church: weekend school 1980

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Box 17:20

Korean history: clippings 1981

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Box 17:21

Background: clippings 1980

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Box 17:22

Background: clippings 1979

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Box 17:23

Background: clippings 1979

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Box 17:24

Background: clippings 1979

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Box 17:25

Background: clippings 1981

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Subseries 2.3 Notes and drafts, 1979-1981

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Box 17:26

Loose notes n.d.

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Box 17:27

Koreans in Sacramento n.d.

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Box 17:28

Koreans in Sacramento n.d.

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Box 17:29

Multi-Service Center for Koreans 1981

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Box 17:30

General n.d.

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Box 17:31

General 1979

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Box 17:32

Promotion n.d.

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Box 17:33

General 1981

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Box 17:34

General n.d.

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Box 17:35

Raw notes n.d.

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Subseries 2.4 Koreatown issues, 1979-1984

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Box 21

Special Festival issue, September 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 1 Oct. 20, 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 2 October 27, 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 3 November 5, 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 4 November 12, 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 5 November 19, 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 6 November 26, 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 7 December 3, 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 8 December 10, 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 9 December 17, 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 10 December 24, 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 11 December 31, 1979

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 12 January 7, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 13 January 14, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 14 January 21, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 15 January 28, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 16 February 4, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 17 February 11, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 18 February 18, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 19 February 25, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 20 March 3, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 21 March 10, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 22 March 17, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 23 March 24, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 24 March 31, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 25 April 7, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 26 April 14, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 27 April 21, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 28 April 28, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 29 May 5, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 30 May 12, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 31 May 19, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 32 June 2, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 33 June 16, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 34 June 30, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 35 July 14, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 36 July 28, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 37 August 11, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 38 August 25, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 39 September 8, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 40 September 22, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 1, no. 41 October 6, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 1 October 20, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 2 November 3, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 3 November 17, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 4 December 1, 1980

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 5 December 15, 1980

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Vol. 2, no. 6 December 29, 1980

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Vol. 2, no. 7 January 12, 1981

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Vol. 2, no. 8 January 26, 1981

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Vol. 2, no. 9 February 9, 1981

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 10 February 23, 1981

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 11 March 9, 1981

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 12 March 23, 1981

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 13 April 6, 1981

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Vol. 2, no. 14 April 20, 1981

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 15 May 4, 1981

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 16 May 18, 1981

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 17 June 1, 1981

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Vol. 2, no. 18 June 15, 1981

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Vol. 2, no. 19 June 29, 1981

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Vol. 2, no. 20 July 13, 1981

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Vol. 2, no. 21 July 27, 1981

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Vol. 2, no. 22 August 10, 1981

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Vol. 2, no. 23 September 7, 1981

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Vol. 2, no. 24 September 21, 1981

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Box 21

Vol. 2, no. 25 October 5, 1981

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Box 22

Vol. 3, no. 1 October 19, 1981

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Box 22

Vol. 3, no. 2 November 2, 1981

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Box 22

Vol. 3, no. 3 November 16, 1981

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Box 22

Vol. 3, no. 4 December 7, 1981

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Vol. 3, no. 5 December 14, 1981

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Vol. 3, no. 6 December 28, 1981

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Vol. 3, no. 7 January 11, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 8 January 25, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 9 February 8, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 10 February 22, 1982

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Box 22

Vol. 3, no. 11 March 8, 1982

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Box 22

Vol. 3, no. 12 March 22, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 13 April 5, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 14 April 19, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 15 May 3, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 16 May 17, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 17 May 31, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 18 June 14, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 19 June 28, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 20 July 12, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 21 August 16, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 22 October 11, 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 23 November 1982

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Vol. 3, no. 24 December 1982

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Box 22

Vol. 4, no. 1 January 1983

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Vol. 4, no. 2 April 1983

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Vol. 4, no. 3 July 1983

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Box 22

Vol. 4, no. 4 September/October 1983

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Box 22

Vol. 5, no. 1 January-March 1984

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Box 22

Vol. 5, no. 2 April-June 1984

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Series 3 Reporter and Teacher, 1978-1989

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Subseries 3.1 Presentations, 1980-1989

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Box 18:1

Koreans and the American media1980

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Box 18:2

Hollywood myth and reality: The true story behind the film, True Believer1989

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Subseries 3.2 Awards, 1978-1981

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Box 18:3

First Place, Metropolitan Division, Associated Press News Executives Council (APNEC), for "The Americanization of Chol Soo Lee." 1978

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Box 18:4

American Bar Association Gavel Award 1979

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Box 18:5

Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award 1979

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Box 18:6

Top Writer, Metropolitan Daily newspapers, Northern California Division, California State Fair 1981

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Subseries 3.3 Ephemera, 1980-1984

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Box 18:7

Koreatown Calendar1980

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Includes people and places in Koreatown
Box 18:8

1984

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Subseries 3.4 Notebooks, n.d.

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Box 18:9

Accuracy Stenographic Notebook: East Trip n.d.

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Box 18:10

Accuracy Stenographic Notebook n.d.

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Box 18:11

Reporter's Note Book: C S Lee case; Reporter's Note Book: Koreatown n.d.

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Box 18:12

Reporter's Note Book: Koreatown; Reporter's Note Book: Koreatown n.d.

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Box 18:13

Reporter's Note Book: Koreatown; Reporter's Note Book: (Tube) Production n.d.

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Box 18:14

Reporter's Note Book: Steve; Reporter's Note Book: SF/Oakland n.d.

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Box 18:15

Reporter's Note Book: American Born; Reporter's Note Book n.d.

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Box 18:16

Two Reporter's Note Books n.d.

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Box 18:17

Reporter's Note Book: children's writing n.d.

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