This collection consists of reports and articles by Philippines based journalist Albert Ravenholt. The materials include typed
or mimeographed articles, newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports, publications, press releases and other materials.
Albert Ravenholt was born on September 9, 1919 in Wisconsin. After graduation from high school he served on a logging ship
bound for Shanghai. After the start of war between Japan and the U.S. he volunteered as a convoy leader for the Red Cross
transporting medical supplies from Lashio into China via the Burma Road. He got his first job as a journalist for the United
Press, working from 1942-1945 covering China-India-Burma Theater. From 1945-1946 Ravenholt was the United Press Bureau Chief
for China and India.
2 Linear Feet
(4 manuscript storage boxes)
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