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Series XI. 1944-1946, Six months in Division of Territorial Studies, U.S. Dept. of State and one year as Chinese Secretary of U.S. Embassy Chungking. [series]:
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Passports of Biggerstaff and wife, Camilla, includes copy of telegram
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Correspondence (A): 1944-1946 includes manuscript "The Value of Far Eastern Area Studies for Civilian Undergraduates and Specialists"
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Correspondence (B-C): 1938-1946 includes correspondence with Cornell U. Press regarding Biggerstaff's publication of China: Revolutionary Changes in an Ancient Civilization and regarding Biggerstaff's status on Cornell faculty
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Correspondence (D-G): 1944-1946 includes Biggerstaff's appointment as Attache in the American Foreign Service Auxiliary
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Correspondence (H-L): 1944-1946
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Correspondence (M-S): 1944-1946 includes personal history statement
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Correspondence (S): 1942-1945
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Correspondence (T-Z): 1944-1946 includes outline for possible book