Shannon Boyd-Bailey McCune was an American geographer born in Korea to Presbyterian missionaries. This collection comprises
primarily photographs, negatives, and slides as well as research, essays, and various publications relating to the geography
and cartography of Japan and Korea. It also contains some maps and realia.
Shannon Boyd-Bailey McCune was an American geographer born in Sonchon, Korea on April 6, 1913. His parents, George Shannon
McCune and Helen McAfee, were Presbyterian missionaries that had moved to Korea from the United States in 1905. McCune went
to school in Korea before moving back to the United States. He received his bachelor's degree from the College of Wooster
in 1935, his master's from Syracuse University and in 1939 he received a Ph.D. in geography from Clark University.
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