Register of the Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals Records
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Background material on ARCI
Proposed plans to aid refugee Chinese Intellectuals (correspondence)
Purpose and program of ARCI
Classification of ARCI applicants and registrants
List of sponsors names
Surveys and programs
ARCI registrants status survey, 1965
H. Oram report on mission to Hong Kong and Taiwan, 1952
F. A. McGuire & J. T. Ivy, Hong Kong - Macao report, 1952
Immigration - refugee reports and documents, 1952-1965.
ARCI charter flights, 1958
Refugee Relief Act, 1953
Information regarding Presidents' Parole Program, 1962
Board of Directors meeting minutes, November 21, 1952-May 21, 1969.
Executive Committee meeting minutes, December 14, 1952-December 8, 1955
Executive Committee meeting minutes, January 5, 1956-October 1, 1962
Special minutes, by-laws, charter, February 7, 1952-January 30, 1970
Financial statements, corporate members, meeting minutes, March 20, 1953-May 21, 1969
ARCI - mailings and reports, April 9, 1952-April 20, 1970
Combined meeting minutes, Executive Directors, Advisory Board, December 12, 1952-May 21, 1969
ARCI agendas and reports of the Executive Director, December 12, 1952-May 21, 1969
"A" miscellaneous correspondence
Accounts - Taiwan office
Accounting department memos
Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid
Advisory Committee, acceptance of Walter H. Judd invitation, June 3, 1953
Allman, N. F.
American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service, Inc.
Auditors reports, 1952-1969
"B" miscellaneous correspondence
Burgess, W. Randolph
"C" miscellaneous correspondence
Canaday, Ward F.
Chambellan, Berger and Welte Company
Chan, Wellington K.
China Club of Seattle, Washington
Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
Classified lists of ARCI registrants
Alumni of colleges - contributions
Compton, Karl - mailings and correspondence
Congressional support - letters
Contracts - Hong Kong office.
"D" miscellaneous correspondence
Dinner - ARCI, New York, April 28, 1952, with list of dinner sponsors
Douglas, Paul H.
Joint Fund Raising Committee
"E" miscellaneous correspondence
"F" miscellaneous correspondence
Fairbanks, John A.
Hong Kong, Christmas 1954
First National City Bank, New York
Fitch, Mr. & Mrs. George A.
Foreign Operations Administration
Free Asia, Committee for
Fund for Asia
"G" miscellaneous correspondence
Garside, Bettis A.
Grace, J. Peter
Grew, Joseph C.
"H" miscellaneous correspondence
Hamilton, Samuel W.
Hausske, Albert J.
Henry, Robert T.
Hilton, Conrad N.
Hornbeck, Stanley K.
Houghton, Henry S.
Howard, William J.
"I" miscellaneous correspondence
Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration, 1956-1964
International Cooperation Administration
"J" miscellaneous correspondence
Jade Project, 1955
Judd, Walter H.
Judd, Walter H.
"K" miscellaneous correspondence
Korean War Prisoners release, correspondence, 1952
"L" miscellaneous correspondence
Lane, Arthur B.
Leadership Training Program, ARCI - correspondence
Le Clercq, Frederick
Leiper, Henry S.
Little, L. K.
"Mc" miscellaneous correspondence
McClure, R. B.
McKee, Frederick C.
McNutt, Paul V.
"M" miscellaneous correspondence
Marshall, George C.
Merz, Mrs. Charles
Moore, Mrs. Maurice T.
Moy, Ernest K.
"N" miscellaneous correspondence
National Better Business Bureau
National City Bank of New York
National Information Bureau
New York City - correspondence with various departments
Nimitz, Chester W.
North Carolina State Board of Public Welfare
"O" miscellaneous correspondence
Oram, Harold L.
Overseas Educational Service
"P" miscellaneous correspondnece
Pagoda Restaurant, ARCI dinner, June 2, 1952
Prinie, W. Bruce
"Q" miscellaneous correspondence
"R" miscellaneous correspondence
Reynolds, J. Lewis
"S" miscellaneous correspondence
Script - outline for ARCI film
Severinghaus, Leslie R.
Smith, C. R.
Smith, H. Alexander
Smith, Paul C.
Smith, Ward D.
Sockman, Ralph W.
Special Operations Research, American University, Washington, D.C.
Sproul, Robert G.
Stuart, J. Leighton
Sweatt, Harold W.
"T" miscellaneous correspondence
Taylor, George B.
Tseng, T. C.
"U" miscellaneous correspondence
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
U.S. Treasury Department
U.S. Government, miscellaneous departments
U.S. State Department
U.S. Escapee Program
Contracts, July 1, 1956 - December 31, 1959
Office of Refugees and Migration Affairs
Contracts, January 1, 1960 - April 28, 1970
Use of names, ARCI members consent to, 1954-1955
"V" miscellaneous correspondence
"W" miscellaneous correspondence
Walker, Richard L. - correspondence
Wang, K. S.
Wedemeyer, A. C.
World Refugee Year, 1959
"X-Y-Z" miscellaneous correspondence
Yale in China Association
Hong Kong office
Reports and minutes, March 12 - Nov. 7, 1952
1955 - October 8, 1956
Hong Kong-Taiwan office
Hong Kong office
Lost contact or deceased
Excused from further payments
Paid up loans
Loans to ARCI registrants
Au, Duncan B. through Chang, Margaret B.
Chang, Eric T. C. through Chen, Franklin Yun Tai
Cheng, Allen A. K. through Chou, Chung-Kin
Chu, Bing H. through Fung, Tze C.
Han, Yu C. through Hu, Shih J.
Huang, Allen T. C. through Kwong, Hung L.
Lai, Hoi L. through Lee, Sze
Lee, Yee B. (Mrs.) through Ling, Nai J.
Ling, Charles S. S. through Mao, Julia S. S.
Miao, William through Tam, Yang S.
Tam, Kei M. through Tung, Theodore C. M.
Wai, Kok L. J. (Mrs.) through Wong, Johnson C. S.
Wong, Kin Y. through Wu, Peter
Wu, Pon T. through Yu, Pon H.
Yue, Sing T. through Zung, David S. L.
Photo Album #1, ARCI - Hong Kong
1. Mr. William J. Howard.
2. A.R.C.I. - Hong Kong Office Staff - 1954.
3. Resettlement Section.
4. Passage Section.
5. Translation Section.
6. Accounting Section.
7. Secretarial Section.
8. Operation Department.
9. Dinner party given by ARCI to members of Selection and Recommendation Committee in Hong Kong - June 1, 1954.
10. Teacher for Chinese Literature and History.
11. Relocation Center - ARCI.
12. Mother and Baby - ARCI Relocation Center.
13. Refugee Cat - She refuses Communist food!!
14. Relocation Center. Staff distributes gift to children.
15. Children waiting for gifts from ARCI.
16. Bamboo Home.
17. Bundle of Clothes contributed by ARCI.
18. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
19. Before leaving for U.S.A. under RRA.
20. ARCI gave her a ticket to the Health Center for doctors advice on her little girl's fever.
21. Refugees work long hours at embroidery to eke out a bare existence.
22. All one family of Refugees, helped by ARCI.
23. Craft worker.
24. Parcel gifts distribution by ARCI.
25. ARCI - Relocation Center.
26. Children with gift packages.
27. This group just arrived from Hongkong, came in the same morning to ask for living subsidies an employment from ARCI.
28. ARCI cares for a refugee mother whose husband's health has broken under the hardships of existence in Hongkong. Her children have received gifts sent from America.
29. Group investigating Housing problem at ARCI.
30-31. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
32. Our water buffalo pastures where it can. Roadside in Front of Relocation Center.
33. ARCI Donated Residences in background.
34. ARCI Reg. enjoying life outside of their cottage at ARCI Relocation Center in Taipei.
35. A family left for U.S.A. under RRA ARCI applicant.
36. Self-help settler from Mainland. Lost 6 children on Mainland suffering from malnutrition.
37. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
38. Indonesian student, ARCI - has sponsored her life story, soon to be published.
39. ARCI Teacher Reg. thanks ARCI representative for his residence (in background).
40. Graduate nurse and husband in front of ARCI donated residence.
41. Baby 1-1/2 years old. Mother lost her last baby through malnutrition.
42. Only income $200 a month making kiddie clothes for ARCI hand craft products.
43. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
44. In front of Recreation Hall renovated by Voice of China. Lo-Seng Leprosarium. Dedication of Recreation Hall.
45. Lo-Seng Leprosarium. Dedication of Recreation Hall renovated by Voice of America. Shows residents.
46. Lo-Seng Leprosarium. Ground-breaking ceremony for new buildings to be constructed with U.S. aid.
47. Ground-breaking and building dedication.
48. Ground breaking ceremony and Ambassador & Mrs. Karl A. Rankin.
49. ARCI Refugee and Taiwan Immigration Officers who carefully checked his papers.
50. Prof. Cheng, talking in Employment Office.
51. Mr. Fitch presented with banner by 8 ARCI interpreter registrants.
52. Little girl doing a Mongolian dance.
53. Registrants in furniture shop
54-58. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
59. U.S.A. Ambassador Rankin - Lo-Seng Leprosarium.
60. Building donated by ARCI Keelung Hospital.
61. Keelung Hospital.
62. U.S.A. Consul General - Mr. Kenney.
U.S.A. Employment Services - Mr. Gerety, visits ARCI.
63. Our former messenger, now a soldier.
64. Farewell to Alice Hiang.
65. Registrants making pressure cement and clay brick.
66. Cement and clay bricks made by registrants.
67. House built by registrants at farm.
68. Building houses for registrants on farm. Built by students of Youth Corps during summer vacation.
69. Soldiers of Hospital 3, lined up to receive congratulations and gifts.
70. Line up of U.S. cars visiting soldier's hospital No. 3.
71. Members of American Community joining with women's Anti-Agression League to comfort wounded soldiers.
72. Distributing gifts.
73-78. Farewell Party to Dr. and Mrs. Fitch. The party was given by Twenty members of the Customs service all of whom had been assisted in coming to Taiwan from Hong Kong-several provided with 5 to 12 months living subsidy before the Customs could re-employ them.
79. Residences donated by ARCI at the Yangmingshan Hospital - Ribbon- cutting ceremony.
80. Mrs. Fitch making address at Ribbon-cutting.
81. Refugees waiting for gifts.
82-90. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
91. Leadership Training Group. August, 1954. Taken in Hong Kong, at send off party.
92. Dr. Fitch and other ARCI staff members together with ARCI leadership Training Students who have just graduated from the Institute of Public Administration. Youth Corps, Taipei. July, 1954.
93. Libertyville, Shi-lin-Taipei-Flooded by Typhoon Dina, Sept. 3, 1954. Water rose so rapidly at 9:00 A.M. that the 14 resident families had time to escape with almost none of their belongings. Three women carrying children were nearly drowned on missing the path and stepping into an irrigation ditch. Water reached a height of 3 ft. above the floor but substained in late afternoon when residents returned. Flooding was almost identical with that caused by Typhoon Wanda on August 1st., except that former occured at night and residents were rescued by boat.
94. Resettlers a week before Typhoon Wanda.
95-97. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
98. Miss Rauch of the U.N. visited Juddville.
99. After anti-trachoma and anti-diphteria treatments given at Juddville.
100. Some of our primary school students waiting for gifts.
101. Colorful gifts of new clothing wrapped in colored towels from Mennonito Mission.
102. Mennonito representatives with a Juddville family.
103. Distributing Mennonito gifts.
104-154. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
155. Mrs. Moore at front office, Juddville.
156. Greets a Juddville family.
157. Signing name in ARCI Juddville guest book.
158. Mrs. Severinghaus signs the guest book.
159. Board of Advisers for ARCI luncheon at friends of China Club.
160.Visiting refugees' families in ARCI Juddville with Miss D. Whipple.
161. Back yards at Juddville.
162. Digging foundation for new dormitory.
163. Junior citizens meet Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Severinghaus.
164. Mrs. Moore inspecting new dormitory.
165. Dr. Walter Judd visiting Taiwan. Group of faculty and students together with Dr. Judd and ARCI staff taken on the Youth Corps Academy Campus.
166-173. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
174. In front of Refugees' home. Juddville.
175. Ambassador and Mrs. Simonson entertained at Juddville. On rear wall, board showing remaining residents in Juddville. Others have gone to new homes. Picture shows model two-family house for faculty residents in schools and colleges employing ARCI registrants.
176. Visiting Juddville.
177. Welcomed to Juddville.
178. Entertained at Juddville. On rear wall, map showing number and occupation of ARCI registrants all over Taiwan.
179. Juddville office showing residents on board at back.
180. Front of temporary quarters of Liberty Rug-Factory June 21, 1956.
181-188. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
189. Banners given Taipei Hsien Bldg. Co-op. workers by Tachen for help in constructing their homes. June 21, 1956.
190. Co-op, worker at site of Liberty Ramie Rug Factory.
191. Two ARCI self-help settlers working at a locally made brick machine.
192-202. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
203-208. After typhoon Wanda.
209. Mrs. June B. Devlin of the Psychological Welfare Dept. Pentagon, visited the School of Public Administration.
210. Registrants making bricks at Juddville.
211. Juddville Kiddies - see water buffalo in background.
212. Junior Juddville citizens waving Chinese flag.
213. Congressman Feigham with Juddville Junior citizens.
214. Entrance to Juddville.
215. Inspecting Juddville.
216. Inspecting Juddville.
217. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
218. Primary School.
219. Front office of Juddville.
220. Mr. Wang of the Central Daily News.
221. Miss Evelyn Rauch of WU. at Juddville.
222. Visiting nurse and Dr. from Public Health Center.
223. Two babies at Juddville Clinic.
224-226. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
227. Distributing gifts.
228. Ribbon-cutting in front of Juddville office.
229. Waiting for gifts.
230. Tea party.
231. Tea party.
232. Christmas gift.
233. Entrance to Juddville.
234. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
235. Interior of a class-room, I-lan Primary School.
236. ARCI registrants on Faculty of I-lan Middle School.
237. Teacher Refugee. One of School rooms where they sleep. I-lan Primary School.
238. Senior Students - I-lan.
239. Reception at Y.W.C.A.
240. Entrance Chien Kuo Middle School.
241. Lecture by Dr. Atterbury.
242. Dr. Fitch delivering speech at ribbon cutting ceremony of ARCI. donated residences at Taoyuan Middle School.
243. In doorway of new residence, I-lan Middle School.
244. Registrants and guests at I-lan Middle School.
245. Boy scouts - I-lan Middle School.
246. Inauguration ceremony at I-lan.
247. Ready for the ceremony - I-lan Middle School.
248. Registrants and Principals I-lan Middle School.
249. Senior Students - I-lan.
250. I-lan Main road paved by FOA funds.
251. Mr. Hou-An-Tung wife and 4 children in Relocation Center. English teacher at I-lan.
252. This is I-lan Main Streets.
253. The proud face of the principal of a Middle School where houses have been built for refugee teachers.
254. Ribbon cutting ceremony of ARCI donated residences at Taoyuan Middle School.
255. Band played during the ribbon-cutting cerecony.
256. Chung Shin Middle School.
257. Ribbon cutting ceremony - opening blocks of faculty residences I-lan Middle School.
258. Registrants now teaching in Chung Shin Middle School.
259. ARCI staff, teachers and students at Chun Shin Middle School, taken after ribbon cutting ceremony of ARCI residences.
260. ARCI staff and whole staff at Chun Shin Middle School.
261. Dr. C.Y. Cheng delivering speech at Chung Shin Middle School.
262. Mr. C.C. Sheng of ARCI delivering speech at Chung Shin Middle School.
263. Palms in courtyard of Chien Kuo Middle School.
264. Athletic Field Chien Kuo Middle School.
265. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
266. Taichung Municipal School and the graduating class on commencement day.
267. Miaoli School.
268. Student band welcoming Messrs. Fitch, Chang and others on the occassion of cutting the ribbon for five teacher residences donated by ARCI to the Miaoli Prov. High School.
269. Students listering speech delivered by Mr. G.A. Fitch at Miaoli Prov. High School on the occassion of cutting the ribbon for five teacher residences donated by ARCI to the School.
270. Mrs. Ma Shen-wu and children waiting to receive gift parcels from ARCI staff at ARCI relocation Center.
271. Some of Our ARCI "Team" in our new office. Mr. Lan, indispensable, manages all kinds of business.
272. Some of Our ARCI "Team" in our new office. Mr. Mao, accounting.
273. Some of Our ARCI "Team" in our new office. Mr. Yiii famous artist in charge of files.
274. Some of Our ARCI "Team" in our new office. Mr. Tson in charge of files.
275. Some of Our ARCI "Team" in our new office. Mrs. Liang in Dr. Fitch's office.
276. Some of Our ARCI "Team" in our new office. Mr. Su, accounting.
277. Some of Our ARCI "Team" in our new office. Dr. Cheng, secretary.
278. Some of Our ARCI "Team" in our new office. Mr. Sheng, Budget and Student program.
279. Ribbon-cutting ceremony of ARCI donated residences at Chung Shin Middle School, Taipei.
280. Dr. Atterbury, Messrs. Sheng & Cheng of ARCI inspecting Chung Shin Middle School grounds accompanied by school authorities.
281. Girls class - Kuong Fu School.
282. Dr. Cheng of ARCI receiving bouquet from student at Chung Shin Middle School after ribbon-cutting ceremony of ARCI donated residence.
283. Miss Atterbury, Messrs. Sheng and Cheng, and Chung Shin Middle School Principal at ribbon-cutting of ARCI donated residences.
284. Miss Atterbury receiving bouquet from School girl guide at Chung Shin Middle School after ribbon-cutting ceremony of ARCI donated residence.
285. Miss Atterbury at ribbon-cutting ceremony.
286. New dormitories, I-lan Middle School.
287. Some other I-lan Faculty members.
288. Mr. Fitch delivering speech at the Changwa Middle School after ribbon cutting ceremony for the five donated residence unit for ARCI registrants teachers. (Dr. C.Y. Cheng interpreting).
289. Banner on front gate of Changhwa Middle School welcomes Mr. Fitch, on the occassion of his visit to cut ribbon for the five ARCI donated residences for registrants teachers.
290. Mr. Fitch accepting the grateful thanks of Principal Oug of the Changhwa Middle School in front of the plaque indicating ARCI as donor of the five residences.
291. Two ARCI registrants, both now teaching at Taoyuan Middle School. Taken in front of their ARCI donated residences.
292. Mr. Liao, Principal of Miaoli Prov. High School, in front of one of the ARCI donated residences.
293. Principal Ong's young daughter presents bouquet to Mr. Fitch after ribbon-cutting ceremony at Changhwa Middle School.
294. Mr. Fitch cutting ribbon of ARCI donated residences at Taoyuan Middle School.
295. Miaoli Prov. High School.
296. Mr. Fitch & Cheng of ARCI pose with Changhwa Middle School staff in front of floral arch erected as an expression of appreciation for ARCI assistance.
297. Dr. Fitch and Dr. Cheng at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of ARCI donated residences at Taoyuan Middle School.
298. Junior graduation day at an ARCI kindergarten for the children of Refugee Chinese Intellectuals.
299. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
300. Welcome for American School and International Women's club delegation.
301. Delegation visiting Juddville.
302. Student body of Chin ling Middle School.
303. Master Tam and Teachers.
304. Singing and playing.
305. Teachers and Students.
306. The office of the School.
310. Athletic meeting.
311. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
312. Blindman's bluff.
314. Autumn trip.
315. Spring trip.
318. Travelling to Keng Keo.
319. Travelling to Chin Nau Su.
321. Primary class.
322. Telling the Christmas Story.
323. Kindergarden children entertain Women's Intl. Club.
324. Kindergarden children entertain Women's Intl. Club.
325. Kindergarden children entertain Women's Intl. Club. American School.
326. Kindergarden for children of armed forces.
327. Sewing clothes & bedding for soldiers.
328. American school.
329. ARCI nurse giving an injection.
330. The new Ford at Juddville.
331. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
332. Libertyville residents after Typhoon Wanda.
333-336. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
337. Backyard after Typhoon Wanda.
338. Backyard banana plantation.
339. New playground in rain.
340-408. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
409. (Photo missing from album).
410. Taking of laryngeal swab.
411. X-ray technician working in dark room.
412. Public health nurse visits patients house.
414. Going home.
415-419. Dr. Fitch is decorated with Brillant Star by Premier Yui.
Photo Album #2 - To Dr. George A. Fitch, with Warm Bon Voyage Wishes from all the personnel of ARCI, Taipei.
1-2. "Bu Pa Man, Che Pa Chan" - Translated from Chinese red slips -"Don't Fear Slow, But Fear Stop".
3. Translated from Monument, "Fa Yang Min Chu Chun Yi" - "Spread Abroad National Justice".
4. Introductory Card to Album - "To Dr. George A. Fitch, with Warm Bon Voyage Wishes from all the Personnel of ARCI, Taipei".
5-6. (No album captions for these photographs).
11. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
12-13. Mennonite Christmas Parcel Distributed by Dr. Fitch.
14. Chinese New Year's Celebration.
15-17. Sunday School Nativity Play Christmas Evening.
18. Congressman Walter Judd's Visit, November 1953.
19-22. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
23. Ministers for Juddville.
24. Miss Mary Chen and Friend.
25. Gertrude Su, first Indonesian Student to Graduate from Taiwan University. Now a reporter; she wrote us up.
26. Father of "Baby Moses".
27. Work and Security Staff.
28. Chief of Security.
29-30. W.S. Chen leaves for Job as Chief Surveyor, Kaohsiung Customs.
31-33. Kindergarten and Graduates.
34. Mrs. Moore Signs Guest Book.
35-37. (No album captions - see bakes of photographs for captions).
38. Miss Watney taught Sunday School.
39-42. Children's Party
43-47. Mrs. Maurice T. Moore and Sister arrive at Taipei.
48-51. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
52-57. Mrs. Fitch and Mayor Kao leave for the U.S.
58-62. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
64-65. Distributing Milk Powder.
66-68. Dr. Liu and Nurse Chang in Clinic.
69-70. Senator Margaret Chase Smith leaves Taipei.
71. Leaders. Women's Anti-Aggression League.
72. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
73-75. New Arrivals.
76-80. Madame Chiang's Visit, Jan. 27, 1959.
81-84. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
85-88. USIS Recording at Juddville.
89. FOA Personnel.
90. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
91. Gen. William Chase.
92. Senators Clements and Dirksen.
93-96. FOA Personnel.
97-98. Governor Yen Performs Ribbon-cutting for New Dormitory.
99. Policeman Yao Cares for us.
100. Nurse Chang and County Magistrate Chang.
101. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
102. Map showing location of ARCI Registrants.
103-104. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
105-106. At the Summit: Office of ARCI Four Flights up.
107. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
108. Mrs. Averil Tong, Director of Musicians of Cathay.
109-112. ARCI Team.
119-122. Our Office View.
123-125. People who come to see us - Craft Workers.
126. People who come to see us - Principal Li.
127. People who come to see us - Jen Shan-hsueh, author (photo is missing).
128. People who come to see us - Manufacturer.
129-133. Columbia Luncheon.
136. Just from Hong Kong.
137. Widow left destitute.
138-140. Leadership Training Program - Arrival in Keelung.
141. Leadership Training Program - Listening to Dr. Judd, Noville, 1953.
142-145. Leadership Training Program - English Classes.
146-147. ARCI Donated Buildings.
148-149. Twenty Prize Winners - Essay Contest - Every Essay an indictment of Communism.
150. First Prize Winner.
151. Top Three.
152. Second Prize Winner.
153-155. Awards given at YMCA.
156. Graduate in Provincial Govt. Personnel Dept.
157. Banner Given ARCI by Students.
158. Graduate in Motor Vehicles, Army Training.
159-160. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
161-162. Resettlement and Housing Program.
163. Chia-ya Agricultural School.
164. Hua-lien Industrial School.
165-168. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
169-170. Henry Mi Hsiu, Chief Planner Nitrogen Fertilizer Factory.
171. Real Head hunting Knife - Dr. Brummer trains "Head Hunters" to fill teeth - Price on carved heads. (Photo is missing).
172-173. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
174-177. Pingtung Agricultural College.
178. Pingtung Agricultural College. Registrants.
179. Pingtung Agricultural College. Dr. Raymond Wi's Clinic.
181. President Wang with Aborigines-Mountain boys.
182-183. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
184-188. Tainan Industrial School.
189. Model House.
190. Tainan Agricultural School.
191-192. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
193. Tainan Registrants.
194-196. Dr. Fung and Chan, Tainan.
197-199. Tainan Engineering College.
200. Mr. Hsu, Head of All Tainan Scouts.
201-202. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
203-207. Kao-Hsiung Industrial School.
208. Opening the Door! Chang-hwa Girls School.
209-213. Chang-hwa Girls School.
214-218. Taichung College of Agriculture.
219-220. Chu-lan School
221. Wellesley Graduates: Mrs. Han Lih-wu, Daisy Atterbury.
222. (No album caption - see back of photograph for caption).
223-227. Chia-yi Middle School.
228-233. School Principals Visit Us!
234-236. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
237-238. Hong Kong Refugees
239. Rennie's Mill - Hong Kong.
Photo Album #3 (No album title)
1. Graduate Nurse Lee Yiang-Hwa (Reg. No. 25176) and children. (See story).
2. Nurse Li-Yiang-Hwa (Reg. No. 25176) & Baby. A 2nd Lt. Nurse-In-Chief of the 50th Division, New 1st Army, she fled all the way from Changchun, Manchuria and found refuge in Formosa, where she will again continue to serve the Nationalist army. 15/5/54.
3. Plaque at TB Center Employees' Dormitory, Taipei.
4. A side view of the TB Center Employees' Dormitory, donated by TB Association and ARCI. August, 1954.
5. Front view of TB Center Employees' Dormitory, donated by TB Association and ARCI. August, 1954.
6. Scene of TB Center Employees' Dormitory, donated by Taiwan TB Association and ARCI. August, 1954.
7. A side view of TB Center Employees' Dormitory, donated by Taiwan TB Association and ARCI. August, 1954.
8-12. Farewell! Madame Senator!
13-15. Visit to Juddville.
16-33. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).
34. Farewell party given to the last group of students, who left her. 7/11.
35-57. (No album captions - see backs of photographs for captions).