Letters received from Chinese acquaintances, and photographs, relating to social conditions in China.
Suellen Zima is a traveler, teacher, and a writer. She has spent her life traveling to Bali, China, Korea, Macau, and Taiwan
while briefly settling in Israel. Among her numerous articles, Zima is also the author of, “Memories of a Middle-aged Hummingbird,”
which in 2008 earned her the First Place in the non-fiction genre by the National League of American Pen Women.
7 manuscript boxes, 2 oversize boxes
(4.75 linear feet)
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