Register of the Randall Chase Gould Papers, 1895-1975.

Processed by Grace M. Hawes.; machine-readable finding aid created by James Ryan.
Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford University
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Register of the Randall Chase Gould Papers, 1895-1975.

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
Processed by:
Grace M. Hawes.
Date Completed:
1976.
Encoded by:
James Ryan.
© 1998 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Randall Chase Gould Papers
Date (inclusive): 1895-1975
Collection number: 69086
Creator: Gould, Randall Chase, 1898-1979.
Collection Size: (10 manuscript boxes, 3 oversize boxes, 3 album boxes, 2 envelopes (12.4 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, writings, clippings, and photographs, relating to political and military events in the Far East, especially in China during the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-1945. Includes photographs of the Japanese bombing of Shanghai in 1937.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.
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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Randall Chase Gould Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1969.

Accruals

Materials may have been added to the collection since this finding aid was prepared. To determine if this has occurred, find the collection in Stanford University's online catalog at http://searchworks.stanford.edu/ . Materials have been added to the collection if the number of boxes listed in the online catalog is larger than the number of boxes listed in this finding aid.

Access Points

Sino-Japanese Conflict, 1937-1945.
China.
China--History--Republic, 1912-1949.
Shanghai (China)
Journalists.

Biographical Note.

1898, June 22 Born, Excelsior, Minnesota
1916 Graduate, Gallatin County High School, Montana
1916-1917 Student, University of Wisconsin
1923-1924 News editor, Japan Times, Tokyo, Japan
1925-1931 Bureau manager, United Press, Peking and Shanghai, China; Manila, Philippine Islands
1925-1931 News editor, Peking Daily News, Peking, China
1931-1941 Editor, Shanghai Evening Post & Mercury, Shanghai, China
1932-1949 Correspondent, Christian Science Monitor
1941 Author, Chungking Today
1943-1945 Editor, American editor, Shanghai Evening Post & Mercury
1946 Author, China in the Sun
1946-1949 President, Post-Mercury Company, Inc.
1949- Member, Editorial Staff, Denver Post, Denver, Colorado

Series Description

Box No. 1.

Correspondence, 1927-1959.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.
Box No. 2-4.

Subject File, 1898-1966.

Scope and Content Note

Newspaper and magazine clippings, scrapbooks, memorabilia, etc., arranged chronologically or alphabetically by title or subject.
Box No. 5-6.

Speeches and Writings, 1921-1955.

Scope and Content Note

Newspaper columns and articles, magazine articles, miscellaneous drafts, arranged chronologically or alphabetically by title or subject.
Box No. 7-9.

Scrapbooks, 1937-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Newspaper clippings primarily of the bombing of Shanghai, China, in three scrapbooks.
A-V

Audio-Visual.

Scope and Content Note

See photo card catalog.

Container List

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1927-1959

Box 1.

General, 1937-1950

 

Unidentified, 1937-1950

 

Bickel, Karl A., 1927-1950

 

Carpenter, Alva, C., 1954

 

Chen, Eugene, 1933-1938

 

Christian Science Monitor, 1949-1953

 

Fitch, G. A., 1937

 

Forman, Harrison, 1951

 

Fujihashi, Ichiro, 1937

 

Gannett, Lewis, 1928

 

Gould, Mr. and Mrs. George, 1943

 

Grew, Joseph C., 1945

 

Hornbeck, Stanley K., 1938

 

Howard, Roy W., 1927

 

Kuhns, Elinor, 1949

 

MacMurray, J. V. A., 1928

 

Mandel, Benjamin, 1954

 

Marshall, Jim, 1938

 

Penniston, John B., 1938

 

Schnacke, Robert H., 1958

 

Soong, Norman, 1949

 

Steiner, H. Arthur, 1951

 

Sun Yat-sen, Mme. (Soong Ching-ling), 1936

 

Sung I-chung, 1938

 

Wedemeyer, Lieutenant General Albert C., 1947

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1898-1966

Box 2.

Associated Press releases, n.d.

Box 3.

Biographical

 

Memorabilia

 

Newspaper, magazine clippings, 1919-1951

 

Scrapbook, 1898-1934

 

Miscellaneous

 

Borodin, Mrs. Michael M., "How I Kept My Health and Cheerful Disposition within the Prison Walls of China through Physical Culture," n.d.

 

China - Foreign Policy - Japan

 

China - History - Republic, 1912-1949

 

Collected memoranda, letters, 1927-1949

 

Miscellaneous printed matter

Box 4.

"The Occupation of Nanking." Two Accounts by Eye-Witnesses, n.d.

 

Powell, John W., 1954-1961

 

Sino-Japanese Conflict, 1937-1945

 

U.S. - Foreign Relations - China

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1921-1955

Box 5.

Newspaper columns, clippings

 

1922-1924

 

1925-1926

 

1927-1929

 

1930-1937

 

1938-1940

 

1942

 

1944

 

1946

 

1949-1952

 

Miscellaneous, n.d.

Box 6.

Titled writings, 1921-1955

 

"Biographical Sketch of General Chiang Kai-shek," typewritten with handwritten insertions. 1 page

 

Book reviews, carbon and typewritten copies of book reviews by Randall Gould for the Christian Science Monitor, 1950-1953

 

"Captives of the Mikado," Far Eastern Survey, June 1, 1942. 2 printed copies. 4 pages

 

"Changing Japan," n.d. Printed copy. 2 pages

 

"A Chinese Warlord," The Nation, June 29, 1927. Printed copy. 1 page

 

"Civil War in China is Not Surprising," The China Digest, October 23, 1926. Printed copy. 1 page

 

"Colors Change in China," n.d. Printed copy. 5 pages

 

"Covering the War," Leica Photography, December, 1937. Printed copy. 2 pages

 

"Editor Mellen Creates a Story," August 30, 1921. Printed copy of editorial. 1 page

 

"The Foreign Mentality in China," T'ien Hsia Monthly, n.d. Printed copy. 14 pages

 

"Foreign Views on General Chiang," The China Critic, November 5, 1936. Printed copy. 2 pages

 

"A Foreigner Looks at the New Life Movement," T'ien Hsia Monthly, n.d. Printed copy. 8 pages

 

"The Future of Shanghai," The China Critic, January 27, 1938. Printed copy. 2 pages

 

"Glimpses Across the Pacific," The China Critic, December 12, 1935. Printed copy. 2 pages

 

"Gould Comes Through with 'Scoop,'" The Shanghai Spectator, February 23, 1933. Printed copy. 1 page

 

"If You Fight You May Get Hit," unpublished report, 1949. Carbon of typewritten manuscript and photocopy. 68 pages

 

"Madame Sun Yat-sen Keeps Faith," The Nation, n.d. Printed copy. 2 pages

 

"Mayor Wu and Shanghai," The China Critic, April 8, 1937. Printed copy. 2 pages

 

Memo on References of Randall Gould, 1950. 2 typewritten copies. 3 pages

 

"Newspapers in China," The Chinese Nation, June 18, 1930. 2 printed copies. 2 pages

 

"An Open Letter to Lin Yutang," The China Critic, December 19, 1935. Printed copy. 3 pages. (With clipping of newspaper reply from Lin Yutang)

 

"An Open Letter to Our Readers," n.d. Carbon of editorial, 1 page

 

"Planned, Not Pork-Barrel, Expenditure," The China Critic, October 5, 1933. Printed copy. 2 pages

 

"Private Enterprise in Postwar China," China Trade News, January, 1945. Printed copy. 3 pages

 

"Recruits Drifting in Add to China Staffs, Editor & Publisher, October 16, 1937. Printed copy. 1 page

 

"Shanghai's Economic Anxieties," The China Critic, May 5, 1938. Printed copy. 2 pages

 

"Sian Background," n.d. Printed copy. 2 pages

 

"A Trip to the War Zone," The Chinese Nation, July 16, 1930. Printed copy. 3 pages

 

"What Happens to Press When Commies Come," Editor & Publisher, January 6, 1951. Printed copy. 1 page

 

"When the Reds Came," Pen, January, 1955. Printed copy. 4 pages

 

"Why Yenching Has Succeeded," Peking News, June 22, 1927. Printed copy. 2 pages

 

Untitled drafts and articles

 

1927

 

1949-1953

 

Miscellaneous, n.d.

 

SCRAPBOOKS, 1937-1938

Box 7-9.

Scrapbooks.

 

AUDIO-VISUAL.

Box A-V

See photo card catalog