Charles Tenney papers
The collection contains seven essays authored by Tenney and one speech. The essays appear to be written toward the end of or after his career as a university president and foreign service officer in China. Somewhat biographical in nature, the essays touch on educational reform in China, religious history in China, the modernization of Chinese language, and Viceroy Li Hung-Chang. The papers also include Tenney's english translation of two of the three Kaifeng temple stones.
- Majority of material found within 1919 - 1930
- 1919 - 1986
- Tenney, Charles Daniel, 1857-1930 (Person)
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.25 linear ft. (1 box)
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Charles Tenney (1857-1939), university president. The collection contains seven essays and a speech authored by Tenney concerning education, religion, language, Li Hung-Chang and the history of China.
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