Hu Shih papers at Cornell University, 1910-1963
Hu Shih was a scholar, educator, and Chinese Ambassador to the United States from 1938-1942. He graduated from Cornell University in 1914. This collection of materials was created to bring together and preserve the documentation that now exists on Hu Shih (Cornell University Class of 1914), in the Department of Manuscripts and University Archives of the Cornell University Library. Beginning with the original Hu Shih Collection (#41-5-219), we added his correspondence with Woodford Patterson (6-2-2168) and other friends from his Cornell years, and parts of the Deane W. Malott Papers (3-6-65), the Lincoln Patterson Scrapbooks (#37-6-334), the Cosmopolitan Club Records (#37-4-145), the Alumni Office Records (#41-2-877), and several other items collected individually over the years.Finding aid: http://resolver.library.cornell.edu/cgi-bin/EADresolver?id=RMA02578
Previously Published As
Hu Shih papers at Cornell University, #41-5-2578. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.