J. Stuart Innerst Papers

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Innerst, J. Stuart, 1894-1975
Title: J. Stuart Innerst Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1916 - 1975
Extent: 4.90 linear feet (10 archives boxes, 1 card file box, 3 oversize folders)
Abstract: Papers of J. Stuart Innerst (1894-1975), missionary, Quaker activist, editor, and critic of American foreign policy toward China. Innerst worked in China as a United Brethren in Christ missionary (1920-1927) and later returned as a guest of the People's Republic for five weeks in 1972. The bulk of the papers (1960-1975) relate to Innerst's lobbying and activist efforts to improve relations between the United States and the People's Republic of China and document that part of Innerst's career directly related to China. The materials are arranged into eight series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) WRITINGS, 4) ADVOCACY MATERIALS, 5) SUBJECT FILES, 6) PHOTOGRAPHS, 7) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS, and 8) AUDIO RECORDINGS. Included in the correspondence are letters from Anna Louise Strong and letters written by Innerst as a missionary. Innerst edited the American Friends Service Committee's THE UNDERSTANDING CHINA NEWSLETTER (1965-1970) and the CHINA SPECTATOR PAPERS (1971-1973), which were posthumously published as CHINA GREY, CHINA GREEN (1983).
Repository: University of California, San Diego. Geisel Library. Mandeville Special Collections Library.
La Jolla, California 92093-0175
Collection number: MSS 0097
Language of Material: Collection materials in English

Access

Collection is open for research.

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Preferred Citation

J. Stuart Innerst Papers, MSS 0097. Mandeville Special Collections Library, UCSD.

Publication Rights

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Biography

J. Stuart Innerst was born in Dallastown, Pennsylvania, in 1894. He graduated from Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pennsylvania, in 1916 and received his Bachelor of Divinity degree from Bonebrake Theological Seminary, now the United Seminary in Dayton, Ohio, in 1919. He married Marion Reachard after graduation from college.
Innerst began his experience and involvement with China as a missionary. On January 20, 1920, the Innersts entered China with the China Mission of United Brethren in Christ in Canton. They lived and worked in the small, rural town of Siulam where they became increasingly disturbed by the attitudes and actions of foreigners toward Chinese people. The Innersts experienced China in its transition to a modern state dominated by foreign imperialist powers. In the spring of 1927, the Innersts left China in protest of the "unequal treaties" imposed by foreign governments.
Innerst returned to Ohio to become the chaplain at Otterbein College from 1927 to 1939, when he became the minister of Fairview Church in Dayton, Ohio. In 1943, Innerst left the ministry to become a Quaker and later served as pastor of the First Friends Church in Pasadena, California.
During the 1960s, Innerst actively sought to change United States policy toward China. Between 1960-1961, he served as director of the Quaker's "Friend in Washington Program," and for thirteen months he lobbied and interviewed members of Congress regarding disarmament, peace, and improved relations with China. Concern for his wife's health forced his departure from Washington, but he returned briefly in 1963 and again in 1965.
In 1965, Innerst coauthored the book A NEW CHINA POLICY: SOME QUAKER PROPOSALS, which argued for normalizing relations with China through the removal of restrictions and recognition of the communist government. Between 1965 and 1970, he edited the UNDERSTANDING CHINA NEWSLETTER published by the American Friends Service Committee. In 1968, Innerst travelled to the Far East, including Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore to meet with Quaker groups concerning the situation in China. Innerst influenced public opinion through community lectures, correspondence, and letters to newspaper editors.
Innerst's service in the interest of world peace included participation in the American Friends Service Committee, the Peace Board of the California Yearly Meeting of Friends, and the Board of Peace and Social Concerns of the Five Years Meeting. He attended four conferences of the World Peace Council in Europe in the early 1960s and helped plan the 1962 Moscow World Congress on Disarmament and Peace.
Innerst returned to China in May 1972 as a guest of the Chinese Peoples Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries. As the first American missionary to be granted a visa to reenter China, Innerst spent five weeks visiting cities, historical sites, schools, hospitals, factories, and rural communes, focusing on the social changes achieved by the communist regime.
After the death of Marion Innerst in October 1964, Stuart Innerst married Gladis Barber Voorhees and settled in La Jolla, California. From his home, he produced the CHINA SPECTATOR PAPERS (1971-1973), a newsletter which, after 1972, became an occasionally issued narrative which contrasted his China trip with recollections and insights from the 1920s. The last ten issues formed the basis of the book CHINA GREY, CHINA GREEN (1983), edited by family members and published posthumously.
J. Stuart Innerst died at his home in La Jolla, California, on August 30, 1975.

Scope and Content of Collection

The J. Stuart Innerst Papers relate almost exclusively to China and provide a unique perspective on the country's social and political changes in the twentieth century. They contain materials describing China during two discrete periods-- during the early 1920s, and later, during the 1960s and early 1970s. The bulk of the materials date from 1960-1975 and document Innerst's efforts to change and improve American attitudes and foreign policy toward the People's Republic of China. The materials include correspondence, writings, notes, publications edited by Innerst, photographs, and audio recordings. The collection is organized into eight series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) WRITINGS, 4) ADVOCACY MATERIALS, 5) SUBJECT FILES, 6) PHOTOGRAPHS, 7) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS, and 8) AUDIO RECORDINGS.
SERIES 1: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS
The BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS contain several short sketches outlining Innerst's activities since 1960 as a Quaker, as well as a detailed article entitled "China Spectator," coauthored by Innerst. The obituary materials include newspaper articles and letters of condolence. Additionally, Innerst's public speaking activities during the 1960s and early 1970s are documented in the flyers and notices of his speaking events.
SERIES 2: CORRESPONDENCE
The CORRESPONDENCE series is divided into two subseries, the first of which contains correspondence between Innerst and individuals interested in China. Many of the correspondents were other Quakers living in Pacific Rim countries. Of particular importance are the letters from Anna Louise Strong, an American journalist and advocate of communism who settled in Peking and enjoyed the acquaintance of Mao Tse-tung until her death in 1970. Materials in this series are organized alphabetically by author.
The second subseries of CORRESPONDENCE is entitled Letter Book from China and comprises a collection of letters (1916-1923) from Marion and Stuart Innerst and the C.E. Burrises to the Reverend Rufus Lefever, a Brethren Church official who lived in Dayton, Ohio. The bulk of the letters was written by Stuart Innerst and reflects his experiences as a missionary in China.
SERIES 3: WRITINGS
The WRITINGS series is arranged in two subseries, general and notebooks, and contains a variety of works on China policy including journal articles, short papers, written speeches, and rough notes. Although the bulk of the materials dates from 1960, there are two works from Innerst's missionary period-- "Paying the Price of Conviction" (1922) and "Next Things in China" (1926). The materials are arranged alphabetically by title. The second subseries also contains notebooks which Innerst created on his 1972 trip to China and during his 1968 trip to the Far East.
SERIES 4: ADVOCACY MATERIALS
The ADVOCACY MATERIALS series is divided into three subseries and documents Innerst's efforts to influence governmental and public opinion about China. The record of Innerst's individual meetings with Congressional representatives is contained in the "Lobby Materials" subseries. In addition, summaries of his activity during his association with the "Friend in Washington Program" are located in the "Washington Diary" folders. Materials from Innerst's involvement with the American Friends Service Committee's China Committee and his La Jolla-based "China Study Group" are also included in the series. Finally, published runs of newsletters which Innerst helped to edit and publish, especially the CHINA SPECTATOR PAPERS and the UNDERSTANDING CHINA NEWSLETTER, complete the series.
SERIES 5: SUBJECT FILES
The SUBJECT FILES series contains folders which aggregate newspaper clippings, broadsides, handwritten notes, and ephemera related to China. The materials are organized alphabetically by title.
SERIES 6: PHOTOGRAPHS
Among the materials in the PHOTOGRAPHS series are color slide images which Innerst made during his 1972 trip to China. Also included are black and white prints used to illustrate the book CHINA GREY, CHINA GREEN. Finally, there are several portrait images of Innerst.
SERIES 7: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS
The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS contain memorabilia from Innerst's missionary experience in China during the 1920s: anti-imperialist propaganda cartoons and a Chinese newspaper.
SERIES 8: AUDIO RECORDINGS
Audio cassette tapes comprise the bulk of the AUDIO RECORDINGS series. Innerst's trip to China is represented by two tapes of choral events, a discussion of his experience recorded after leaving China, recorded thoughts on China from a Quaker meeting, and the narration to accompany his slide presentation.

Indexing Terms

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

Subjects

Innerst, J. Stuart, 1894-1975 -- Archives
China -- Description and travel
China -- History -- Republic, 1912-1949
Photographic prints -- 20th century.


Collection Contents

 

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

box 1, folder 1

Biographical sketches

box 1, folder 2

Obituary materials and letters of condolence 1975

Note

"Memorial Meeting - In Memory of Stuart Innerst - September 13, 1975." - Cassette tapes - [Quaker Meetings] - see also AUDIO RECORDINGS.
box 1, folder 3

Speaking events - Flyers and notices 1962 - 1973

Note

See also CORRESPONDENCE -- General -- "Speaking Engagements."
box 1, folder 4

Speaking events - Reviews

Note

See also CORRESPONDENCE -- General -- "Speaking Engagements."
 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

General

box 1, folder 5

Miscellaneous correspondence, A-M

box 1, folder 6

Miscellaneous correspondence, N-Y

box 1, folder 7

Alley, Rewi 1970 - 1975

box 1, folder 8

American Friends Service Committee 1965 - 1968

box 1, folder 9

Australia-China Society 1969 - 1972

box 1, folder 10

Boyce, Peter J. 1968 - 1969

box 1, folder 11

Chen, John P.H. 1958 - 1962

box 1, folder 12

Chiao, Kuan-hua 1971

box 1, folder 13

China Travel Service 1968 - 1973

box 1, folder 14

Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries 1972 - 1975

box 1, folder 15

Chou, En-lai 1968 - 1971

box 1, folder 16

Chou, Pei-yuan 1975

box 1, folder 17

Christian Freedom Foundation, Inc. 1961

box 1, folder 18

Committee for New China Policy 1972

box 1, folder 19

Dew, Francis 1969 - 1975

box 1, folder 20

Edwards, Dagmar 1968

box 1, folder 21

Holmes, Margaret 1968 - 1969

box 1, folder 22

Huang, Wei-shan 1973 - 1975

box 1, folder 23

Krause, Pat 1971

box 1, folder 24

Lake, Ruth 1969 - 1971

box 1, folder 25

Letters from Congressmen 1961 - 1963

box 1, folder 26

Letters to the Editor 1954 - 1971

box 2, folder 1

Lin, Paul 1970 - 1971

box 2, folder 2

Mao, Tse-tung

Note

[Draft of a letter to Mao].
box 2, folder 3

Morse, Wayne 1971 - 1972

box 2, folder 4

National Council of Churches 1968 - 1973

box 2, folder 5

Newell, Frances 1968 - 1969

box 2, folder 6

Newnham, Thomas 1968 - 1969

box 2, folder 7

Paull, Rose 1973

box 2, folder 8

People's Republic of China. 1971 - 1973

Note

Embassy. Ottawa, Canada.
box 2, folder 9

Phelps, Dryden Linsley - "Travel to China" 1971 - 1972

box 2, folder 10

Porter, Charles O. 1969 - 1971

box 2, folder 11

Religious Society of Friends 1968 - 1971

Note

[New Zealand].
box 2, folder 12

Richards, Jean 1969

box 2, folder 13

Snyder, Edwards F. 1967 - 1971

box 2, folder 14

Sodei, Rinjiro 1967 - 1972

box 2, folder 15

Speaking Engagements 1958 - 1966

box 2, folder 16

Speaking Engagements 1967 - 1970

box 2, folder 17

Speaking Engagements 1972 - 1975

box 2, folder 18

Strong, Anna Louise 1962 - 1970

Note

Correspondence.
box 2, folder 19

Strong, Anna Louise 1963 - 1969

Note

LETTER FROM CHINA.
box 3, folder 1

Tang, Ming-Chao 1970 - 1973

box 3, folder 2

Travel to China 1965 - 1967

box 3, folder 3

Tucson Correspondence 1973

box 3, folder 4

United States 1964 - 1975

Note

Department of State.
box 3, folder 5

United Theological Seminary (Calvin H. Reber) 1973 - 1975

box 3, folder 6

Visit to China 1970 - 1972

box 3, folder 7

Wheelwright, E.L. 1968 - 1969

box 3, folder 8

White Paper Correspondence 1971

box 3, folder 9

Yarrow, Mike 1971

 

Letter Book From China

box 3, folder 10

Letter Book From China 1916 - 1923

 

WRITINGS

 

General

box 3, folder 11

America's China Policy - and Alternatives 1967

Note

(An address delivered at the University of California, San Diego, January 8, 1967, in 'a one-day conversation' on 'Paper-Tigers and Dragon-Tamers,' sponsored by the University in cooperation with eleven organizations in the area.)
box 3, folder 12

Another Voice for Amnesty - J. Stuart Innerst 1973

Note

June 20, [remarks read into the Congressional Record in the House of Representatives].
box 3, folder 13

Can We Open Windows to China?

Note

Typescript, (no date).
box 3, folder 14

China - Fifty Years Later a New World 1972

Note

September, (typescript and holograph notes).
box 3, folder 15

China: New Dogma, New Maoist Man 1972

Note

Holograph notes.
box 3, folder 16

China Policy 1970

Note

Correspondence, typescripts and holograph notes.
box 3, folder 17

Chinese History 1973

Note

Holograph notes.
box 3, folder 18

Foreign Policy Cuts Two Ways

Note

[American Friends Service Committee reprint], (no date).
box 3, folder 19

How Would the United States Feel? 1966

Note

November 1.
box 3, folder 20

I Saw a New China

Note

Typescript, (no date).
box 3, folder 21

Journey in Search of Answers

Note

Mimeograph, (no date).
box 3, folder 22

Journey to Moscow

Note

Mimeograph, (no date).
box 3, folder 23

Miscellaneous notes (typescripts and holograph notes)

Note

No date.
box 3, folder 24

Modern Industrialism in China 1920

Note

Original Manuscript.
box 3, folder 25

Myth and Reality in our Relations with China 1970

Note

April 1.
box 3, folder 26

New China and the New Chinese 1973

Note

March.
box 3, folder 27

NEW CHINA POLICY: SOME QUAKER PROPOSALS 1965

Note

[Innerst was coauthor].
box 3, folder 28

New China Policy (Eighth Annual Harry A. Shuder Memorial Address) 1968

Note

October 26, (typescript).
box 4, folder 1

Next Things in China 1926

Note

[Article published in the religious journal WATCHWORD].
box 4, folder 2

Notes and handwritten drafts

Note

No date.
box 4, folder 3

Notes and quotations for speeches

Note

No date.
box 4, folder 4

Notes and quotations for speeches

Note

No date.
box 4, folder 5

Paying the Price of Conviction: Story of a Chinese Lad who Refused to be Engage 1922

Note

[Article published in the religious journal WATCHWORD].
box 4, folder 6

Peace Policy Toward China 1970

Note

Typescripts and holograph notes.
box 4, folder 7

Policy and Problems - China 1960

Note

[Outlines for speeches].
box 4, folder 8

Recent Writings on China 1975

Note

Holograph notes.
box 4, folder 9

Some Observations - Speech given at the Congressional Conference on U.S. - 1971

Note

Mainland China Policy, February 4-5.
box 4, folder 10

Testimony of Stuart Innerst on behalf of the Friends Committee on Legislation 1967

Note

[title continues] Before Congressman George E. Brown and Congressman Edward Roybal, November 27-28.
box 4, folder 11

Time for Greatness

Note

Mimeograph, (no date).
box 4, folder 12

Unprecedented Progress 1972

Note

[Articles published in the FRIENDS JOURNAL].
box 4, folder 13

Writings 1972

Note

[Holograph notes of sketches describing 1972 trip to China].
 

Notebooks

box 4, folder 14

Notebook with newspaper clippings 1967

box 4, folder 15

Trip to New Zealand, Autralia, Singapore, Philipines, Bangkok, Japan - 1968

Note

Question about China.
box 4, folder 16

China Trip 1972

Note

"Changes in China, 1920-1972."
box 4, folder 17

China Trip 1972

Note

"China Questions Asked - Notes."
box 5, folder 1

China Trip 1972

Note

China Notes.
box 5, folder 2

China Trip 1972

Note

"More China Notes."
box 5, folder 3

China Trip 1972

Note

"Trip to China."
 

ADVOCACY MATERIALS

 

Lobby Materials

box 5, folder 4

Interviews - Congress 1960

box 5, folder 5

Interviews - Congress 1961

box 5, folder 6

Interviews - Congress 1965

box 5, folder 7

Interviews - Congress 1967

box 5, folder 8

Washington Diary 1960

box 5, folder 9

Washington Diary 1961

box 5, folder 10

Washington - February 1963

box 5, folder 11

Washington Report 1971

 

Organizations and Study Groups

box 5, folder 12

American Friends Service Committee 1964

Note

China Policy Working Party.
box 5, folder 13

American Friends Service Committee 1965 - 1971

Note

Minutes of the China Committee.
box 5, folder 14

American Friends Service Committee 1971

Note

Bronson Clark reports.
box 5, folder 15

American Friends Service Committee 1963 - 1971

Note

Understanding China Committee.
box 5, folder 16

China Study Groups

Note

Miscellaneous materials, clippings, etc., (no date).
box 6, folder 1

China Study Groups

Note

Mailing Lists, (no date).
box 6, folder 2

China Study Groups 1973 - 1975

Note

Notes.
box 6, folder 3

China Study Groups 1973 - 1975

Note

Notes.
box 6, folder 4

China Study Groups 1973 - 1975

Note

Notes.
 

Publications

box 6, folder 5

CALIFORNIAN REPORTS FROM WASHINGTON 1963 - 1965

Note

Mimeograph and typescript.
box 6, folder 6

CHINA SPECTATOR PAPERS

Note

Issues from 1971-1973.
box 6, folder 7

CHINA SPECTATOR PAPERS

Note

Correspondence, 1971-1973.
box 6, folder 8

CHINA SPECTATOR PAPERS

Note

"Paper XIV."
box 6, folder 9

CHRONICLE OF A FRIEND IN WASHINGTON

Note

Issues, 1960-1965.
box 6, folder 10

CHRONICLE OF A FRIEND IN WASHINGTON

Note

Miscellaneous.
box 6, folder 11, oversize MC04104

UNDERSTANDING CHINA NEWSLETTER

Note

Issues from June 1965 to June 1970.
box 6, folder 12

UNDERSTANDING CHINA NEWSLETTER

Note

Issues, 1970-1975.
box 6, folder 13

UNDERSTANDING CHINA NEWSLETTER

Note

Correspondence, 1967-1969.
box 6, folder 14

UNDERSTANDING CHINA NEWSLETTER

Note

Miscellaneous, (no date).
box 6, folder 15

Mailing lists

Note

No date.
 

SUBJECT FILES

box 6, folder 16

Addresses and Publicity - Hubert Humphrey 1966

box 6, folder 17

Australia

Note

No date.
box 6, folder 18

Chen Yu-hsi 1969

box 6, folder 19

China and India Border Dispute 1964

box 7, folder 1

China and India 1959

Note

Clippings, pamphets, copies and letters.
box 7, folder 2

China and the U.N. 1968 - 1971

box 7, folder 3

China articles 1974

Note

Holograph notes and clippings.
box 7, folder 4

China - Attack on Confucius 1974

Note

Clippings.
box 7, folder 5

China Casualties [killed by the Communists] 1971

Note

Typescripts and clippings.
box 7, folder 6

China - FRIENDS COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL LEGISLATION NEWSLETTER

Note

[Miscellaneous issues], (no date).
box 7, folder 7

China 1970

Note

January, clippings.
box 7, folder 8

China Lobby

Note

No date.
box 7, folder 9

China Macao 1967

Note

Clippings.
box 7, folder 10

China policy materials

Note

No date.
box 7, folder 11

China Since Returning 1972

Note

Clippings.
box 7, folder 12

China -- Sino-Russian 1964

Note

Clippings.
box 7, folder 13

China's Statement on Bangladesh 1971

Note

December 17.
box 7, folder 14

China-Taiwan 1966 - 1975

Note

Clippings.
box 7, folder 15

China-Tibet 1960

box 7, folder 16

China, U.S. Policy toward

Note

No date.
box 7, folder 17

Chinese Language Study [Innerst's class notes and exercises]

box 7, folder 18

Clippings, handwritten notes 1963

box 7, folder 19

Committee of One Million Against the Admission of Communist China to the U.N. 1955 - 1965

box 7, folder 20

Cultural Revolution 1971

Note

Holograph notes and clippings.
box 7, folder 21

Current Chinese Developments 1974 - 1975

Note

Clippings.
box 7, folder 22

Elegant's articles from Hong Kong 1975

Note

Clippings.
box 8, folder 1

Hong Kong 1967

Note

Clippings.
box 8, folder 2

James Reston [newspaper articles] 1971

Note

Clippings.
box 8, folder 3

Life in China 1965 - 1970

Note

Clippings.
box 8, folder 4

Mao Tse-tung 1960 - 1967

Note

Clippings.
box 8, folder 5

Miscellaneous China

Note

No date.
box 8, folder 6

Miscellaneous China

Note

No date.
box 8, folder 7

Miscellaneous China

Note

No date.
box 8, folder 8

Miscellaneous China

Note

No date.
box 8, folder 9

Miscellaneous China

Note

No date.
box 8, folder 10

Miscellaneous China

Note

No date.
box 8, folder 11

Miscellaneous China

Note

No date.
box 8, folder 12

Miscellaneous Facts and Figures

Note

No date.
box 8, folder 13

Nixon's Trip to China 1969

Note

"Nixon on China," clippings.
box 8, folder 14

Nixon's Trip to China 1972

Note

"Nixon Trip - Clippings and Pamphlets."
box 8, folder 15

Nixon's Trip to China

Note

"Nixon Visit," clippings, (no date).
box 8, folder 16

Peking-United Nations 1966

box 8, folder 17

Red Guards 1966 - 1967

Note

Clippings.
box 9, folder 1

Senator Bridges Speech 1961

box 9, folder 2

Senators' Speeches [on] China 1966 - 1970

box 9, folder 3

Singapore

Note

Notes and clippings, (no date).
box 9, folder 4

Tachai

Note

Notes, (no date).
box 9, folder 5

Taiwan

Note

Clippings, (no date).
box 9, folder 6

Taiwan

Note

Clippings, (no date).
box 9, folder 7

Tibet

Note

No date.
box 9, folder 8

Two China Policy 1966

Note

Clippings.
box 9, folder 9

Understanding China 1972

box 9, folder 10

U.S. - China Friendship Association Newsletter 1975

box 9, folder 11

Washington Visit, Appointments (China) 1971

box 9, folder 12

What Others Saw [in China] 1972

Note

Articles and clippings.
box 9, folder 13

While in China 1972

Note

June, clippings.
 

PHOTOGRAPHS

box 10, folder 1

China Trip - Narration by Stuart Innerst," color slides 1972

Note

See also AUDIO RECORDINGS - Cassette tapes - "China Slides."
box 10, folder 2

China Trip - Narration by Stuart Innerst," lists of slide descriptions 1972

Note

See also AUDIO RECORDINGS - Cassette tapes - "China Slides."
box 10, folder 3

Photographs of Stuart Innerst

box 10, folder 4

Photographs of Tachai

box 10, folder 5

Photographs for CHINA GRAY, CHINA GREEN

box 10, folder 6

Photographs for CHINA GRAY, CHINA GREEN

box 10, folder 7

Photographs for CHINA GRAY, CHINA GREEN

 

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

box 10, folder 8, oversize MC04105

Chinese Propaganda Cartoons

box 10, folder 9, oversize MC04106

Chinese Newspaper (in Chinese)

 

AUDIO RECORDINGS

box 11, folder 1

Reel-to-reel tape

Note

Lin, Paul T. "Tradition and change in contemporary China."
box 11, folder 2

Cassette tapes 1972

Note

"China 1972" - Side A: [opera?]. Side B: "From Canton through Nanking on B."
box 11, folder 3

Cassette tapes

Note

"China Slides - Narration by Stuart Innerst."
box 11, folder 4

Cassette tapes 1972

Note

"Shanghai June 21st" [opera?].
box 11, folder 5

Cassette tapes 1972

Note

"Visit to China" [discussion].
box 11, folder 6

Cassette tapes 1972

Note

Quaker Meetings - "Message Meeting for Worship (last part - thoughts on entering China 1972, sent home from Hong Kong May, 1972).
box 11, folder 7

Cassette tapes 1975

Note

Quaker Meetings - "Memorial Meeting - In Memory of Stuart Innerst - September 13."