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Gilbert Reid Papers

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Identifier: yhm-arc-0000-007

Content Description

Professional correspondence of the International Institute of China and other material related to that institution and to Gilbert Reid, its director; newspaper clippings and journals. -- Contains professional correspondences of the I.I.C. to philanthropists (e.g. Carnegie and Rockefeller) and missionary organizations in the U.S. as well as other nations regarding support of the Institute; the journals, publications, manuscripts, sermons and addresses of Reid; newspaper clippings regarding Reid and life in China; volumes II through XVI of The International Journal of the I.I.C.; minutes of the meeting of the trustees of the I.I.C.; the visitor's book of the I.I.C.; legal documents regarding Reid's sedition trial. The letters of John G. Reid are also included in this collection. Box 1: Copies of diaries; Lectures and articles of International Institute; Visitors' Books; Minutes of Board of Trustees of International Institute. Box 2: Correspondence 1897-1932, mainly re. International Institute of China. Box 3: articles and clippings. Box 4: clippings and diaries. Box 5: published and unpublished materials. Box 6: International Journal. Box 7: articles and clippings, 1916-1927. Box 8: articles and correspondence. Box 9 (small): Letters, 1928-1932.

Acquisition Type

Gift

Provenance

Mrs. Lieselotte Reid

Restrictions Apply

No

Inventory

Box 1: Copies of diaries; Lectures and articles of the International Institute (vol. 3&4); Visitors’ Books; Minutes of Board of Trustees (International Institute). The International Institute of China: Visitor’s Book (Sept. 15, 1912 to Oct. 19, 1927); Daily Acct. Book, Visitor’s Book, Signature (April 19, 1924 to Aug. 6 1927); The China Who’s Who 1927 (Foreign), compiled and published by Carroll Lunt; Minutes of Board of Trustees of the International Institute of China (October 29, 1921 to April 4, 1929); loose papers (Apr. 4, 1929 to June 12, 1939); Folder 1-2A Copy of Lectures delivered at the International Institute, Vol. 3 (Copy 2), September 1922; Folder 1-2B Lectures and Articles of the International Institute, Vol. 4 (Copy 2), March 1915 to July 1916; Folder 1-3A Gilbert Reid Diaries, 1894 - 1897; Folder 1-3B Gilbert Reid Diaries, 1897- 1898, 1921; Folder 1-3C Gilbert Reid Diaries, 1922- 1923; Folder 1-3D Gilbert Reid Diaries, 1924; Folder 1-3E Gilbert Reid Diaries, 1926, 1927. Box 2: Correspondence 1897-1932, mainly re. International Institute of China. Folder 2-1A Loose Papers: Committee Meeting Minutes, assortment of letters, article clippings, petition; Letters 1921-1927, between Gilbert Reid and various correspondents; Letters 1912-1920, between Gilbert Reid and various correspondents; Letters 1897 -1911, between Gilbert Reid and various correspondents; Box 3: articles and clippings. Box 4: Clippings and Diaries. Diary since 1900 (Jan. 1, 1921 to Dec. 31, 1921); Lett’s Quikref Diary, 1922 (Jan. 1, 1922 to Dec. 31, 1922); Lett’s Quikref Diary, 1923 (Jan. 1, 1923 to Jan. 16, 1924); Lett’s Quikref Diary 1924 (Jan. 17, 1924 to Jan. 11, 1925); Lett’s Quikref Diary 1925 (Jan. 12, 1925 to Jan. 21, 1926); Lett’s Quikref Diary 1926 (Jan. 22, 1926 to Dec. 31, 1926); Lett’s Quikref Diary 1927 (Jan. 1, 1927 to Sept. 29, 1927); Diary #4 (Dec. 24, 1894 to Sept. 16, 1895); Diary #5 (Sept. 18, 1895 to Sept 14. 1896); Diary #6 (Sept 19, 1896 to June 18, 1897; Diary #7 (June 19, 1897 to Sept. 27, 1898); Folder 4-1A Articles, Journal Articles, Manuscripts, Newspaper Clippings; Folder 4-2A Newspaper Clippings (mostly from Peking Post, also from New York Times and China Gazette); Folder 4-3A Letters of sympathy; Clippings (1927, memorials and obituary); Lectures Delivered at the International Institute (vol. 3) (Oct. 19, 1913 to Jul. 15, 1916). Box 5: Published and unpublished materials. Folder 5-1A Publications (Essays, Journals, Articles); Folder 5-2A Manuscript and printed material; Folder 5-3A Essay (typescripts) “My Fight for Democracy,” “Problems of Oriental & Occidental Relations,” “The Occidental and Oriental Types of Civilization,” “Scraps of Paper” and “China Paper”; Reports of I.I.C, No.1 (1894) to No. 19 (1907); Folder 5-4A 1900 (Clippings from Morning Post); Folder 5-4B 1901 (Clippings from Morning Post); Folder 5-4C 1902 (Reid Essay from “The Chinese Recorder”); Folder 5-4D 1904 (Reid Essay from “The Chinese Recorder”); Folder 5-4E 1905 (Reid Essay from “The Chinese Recorder”); Folder 5-4F 1906 (Clipping from Shanghai Times); Folder 5-4G 1907 (Clippings from North China Daily News, Shanghai Times); Folder 5-4H 1908 (Clippings from Shanghai Times, Eastern Sketch, Morning Post); Folder 5-4I 1909 (Clippings from Shanghai Times, North-China Daily News, Shanghai Mercury, Christian Work and Evangelist, Outlook); Folder 5-4J 1910 (Clippings from, Shanghai Mercury, North-China Daily News, NY Observer, Christian Work and Evangelist, Shanghai Times); Folder 5-4K 1911-1912 (Clipping from Christian Work and Evangelist); Folder 5-4L 1913 (Clippings from China Press and Christian Register); Folder 5-4M 1914 (Clippings from Shanghai Times, Shanghai Mercury); Folder 5-4N 1916 (Clippings from China Press); Folder 5-4O 1917-1918 (Clippings from Peking Evening Journal, Shanghai Times, The Citizen, Clinton Courier); Folder 5-4P 1919 (Clippings from Harvey’s Weekly, American Monthly, The Dial, The World); Folder 5-4Q 1920 (Clippings from Advocate and Family Guardian, “San Diego Conference on Oriental Relations”); Folder 5-4R 1921-1922 (Clippings from North China Standard (?), China Press, The World Tomorrow); Folder 5-4S 1923 (Clippings from Peking Leader); Folder 5-4T 1924-1925 (Clippings from Peking Daily News, The Nation, New Republic, Advocate of Peace); Folder 5-4U 1926 (Clippings from Unity, Shanghai Mercury, Chinese Economic Bulletin); Folder 5-4V Undated (Clippings from various newspapers and bulletins). Box 6: International Journal. Box 7: articles and clippings, 1916-1927. Box 8: articles, documents, and several folders of correspondence. Box 9 (small): Letters, 1928-1932. Folder 9-1A 1928 (letters mostly composed by Reid, living in Berkley, CA; mostly regarding I.I.C); Folder 9-1B 1929 (between various correspondents and Reid (Berkley, CA); mostly regarding I.I.C); Folder 9-1C 1930 (between various correspondents and Reid (Berkley, CA); mostly regarding I.I.C); Folder 9-1D 1931 (between various correspondents and Reid (Berkley, CA); mostly regarding I.I.C); Folder 9-1E 1932 (between various correspondents and Reid (Berkley, CA); mostly regarding I.I.C).