A collection of material related to Dr.
Sterling Smith Cook, a United States Navy Captain, and his family while they were stationed
in China from 1946 to 1947.
Dr. Sterling Smith Cook was a Captain in the United States Navy; he was married to Ruth
Cook and they had three children: Frances Ann Cook, Caroline Cook Ball, and William Cook.
Dr. Cook was stationed in China just after the Second World War with his wife, Ruth, and his
son Bill, who was attending the Tsingtao American School; Dr. Cook's two daughters, Frances
Ann Cook and Caroline Cook Ball, were living in the United States.
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