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Liem, Channing Photographs from the Channing and Popai Liem papers.
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Title:

Photographs from the Channing and Popai Liem papers

Creator/Contributor:

Liem, Channing, 1909-1996, creator

Creator/Contributor:

Liem, Popai.

Abstract:

Includes portraits, group portraits and snapshots taken at various points throughout the life of Channing Liem. Includes a photograph album depicting selected highlights of his diplomatic career; studio portraits of Channing; photographs of participants in demonstrations pertaining to Korean reunification and deomcracy efforts; as well as other groups of snapshots documenting miscellaneous demonstrations, meetings and other activities. Popai Liem is depicted in some photographs.

Date:

ca. 1930-ca. 1995 (issued)

Subject:

n-us--- -- a-ko---
Diplomats -- Korea (South) -- Photographs
Korean Americans -- Photographs
Koreans -- United States -- Photographs
Korean reunification question (1945- )
Democracy -- Korea (South)
Diplomates -- Corée du Sud -- Photographies
Américains d'origine coréenne -- Photographies
Question de la réunification de la Corée (1945- )
Democracy
Diplomats
Korean Americans
Korean reunification question (1945- )
Koreans
Korea -- History -- Partition, 1945
Corée -- Histoire -- 1945 (Partage)
Korea
Korea (South)
United States
Liem, Channing -- 1909-1996 -- Pictorial works
Liem, Popai -- Pictorial works

Note:

Collected by Channing and Popai Liem.
Originally accompanied by many self-adhesive caption labels, which were photocopied and discarded.
Title and date devised by cataloger.
COLLECTION STORED, IN PART, OFF-SITE: Advance notice required for use.
Transferred from the Channing and Popai Liem papers (BANC MSS 98/94 z).
Gift ; Of Paul Liem; 1997.
Channing Liem was born in Whangai Province, North Korea, on Oct. 30, 1909. He came to the United States in 1930 where he attended Lafayette College (1930-1934), Princeton (1940-1945), and Yale (1954-1955). He served as Consultant on Far Eastern Affairs to the U.S. Office of Censorship (1942-1945) and assisted in the Korean independence movement. He also served as Permanent Observer for Korea to the United Nations, 1960-1961, and was a professor of political science and Asian studies at Chatham College and SUNY-New Paltz. He died in Berkeley, Calif. in 1996.
Accompanying captions in English and/or Korean.

Type:

graphic
History.
Photographs.
Pictorial works.
Photograph albums.

Physical Description:

photoprint
1 box and 3 oversize folders (ca. 325 photographic prints) : color and b&w ; 26 x 51 cm or smaller.

Language:

English
Korean

Origin:

Various places

Copyright Note:

COLLECTION STORED, IN PART, OFF-SITE: Advance notice required for use.

Related Item:

Channing and Popai Liem papers : Liem, Channing, : 1909-1996