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Guide to the Colonel George W. Carrington Collection, 1945-1985
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Series I: Personal Materials, 1945-1985

Box 1, Item 1

Brochure: University Extension Chinese Language Program at University of California, Berkeley, 1945

Box 1, Item 2

Set of Three Photographs of Carrington and Other Military Members, Including Admiral Oscar Badger, in China, ca. 1946-ca. 1949

Box 1, Item 3

Letter Report of Fitness for Carrington - Details Carrington's Work Negotiating for the Release of an American Pilot from Communist Forces, 1947 September 27

Box 1, Item 4

Chinese 25000 Customs Gold Unit Note, 1948

Box 1, Item 5

Business Card for Major George Williams Carrington, Jr. - Assistant Naval Attaché in Taipei, Taiwan, ca. 1956-ca. 1959

Box 1, Item 6

Brochure: Foreigners in Formosa, 1841-1874 by George Williams Carrington, 1978

Box 1, Item 7

Brochure: Through Peking's Sewer Gate: Relief of the Boxer Siege, 1900-1901 by Richard A. Steel, Edited and with and Introduction by George W. Carrington, 1985

Flat File Cabinet 2, Folder 1, Item 1

Scrapbook Pages of Photographs Taken by Carrington in Taiwan and Peking, China, 1947-1954

Flat File Cabinet 2, Folder 1, Item 2

Organizational Chart of NATO Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, 1960 May 1


Series II: Newspaper and Magazine Articles, 1948-1976

Box 1, Item 8

"The Cession of Taiwan - A Second Look" by Leonard H.D. Gordon, November 1976

Flat File Cabinet 2, Folder 1, Item 3

"Is Our Navy Trapped in China?" The Saturday Evening Post , 25 September 1948

Flat File Cabinet 2, Folder 1, Item 4

"Ship-based Marines Will Stand By For Emergency Here - Badger," North-China Daily News, 1948 December 11

Flat File Cabinet 2, Folder 1, Item 5

"MacArthur Says Fall of China Imperils U.S." Life Magazine, 1948 December 20

Flat File Cabinet 2, Folder 1, Item 6

Three articles: "U.S. Vessels Move Away From Shanghai as Residents Prepared to Defend City," The New York Times; "50 Years' Peiping Duty Ended by U.S. Marines"; and an untitled article about Carrington in Korea, ca. 1949-ca. 1953