contains photographs, correspondence, invitations, paper currency, and
memoranda related to Auerbach's time in post-World War II Chungking and his visit to China
in the 1980s.
Meyer Morton Auerbach was born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey on December 14, 1924. In 1946
after World War II he worked for the United States Strategic Services Unit intelligence
agency in China. He later worked as a professor in the Political Science department at CSUN.
Auerbach passed away in 2007.
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