George and Marion Blydenburgh papers: 1920-1934 (bulk 1920-1931)
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Writings Circa 1921-1934 [series] (5 folders)

The Writing series (0.25 linear feet) consists of five folders. It includes the following writings: The Present Situation in China by George Blydenburgh, September 15, 1925 Some of Our Experiences in Nanchang, China by Marion Paterson Blydenburgh, 1925; Nation Making in China (Not for Publication); An American Family in China; and one untitled work written by George Blydenburgh. Outlines titled The American Mother in China, Ten Years in China, and Women and the Way are also included.

Additional materials are first-hand accounts of incidents related to military campaigns in Nanchang, Nanjing, and Shanghai in March 1927 by Marion Blydenburgh as well as Miss Golisch; Dr. Rowe; R.J. Pryor; and WM. R. Johnson, Principal of the Nanchang Academy Boys School of Methodist Episcopal Church. Furthermore, a November 1934 edition of the China Christian Advocate and an annotated copy of The Linguist from 1921 that belonged to Marion Blydenburgh along with blueprints, newspaper clippings, parts of letters, photographs, and other materials are included in this series in their original order.