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[Song Qingling xin han] [manuscript] / Song Qingling. -- 1947-1948
[宋慶齡信函] [manuscript] / Song Qingling. -- 1947-1948
Bib ID 990582
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Song, Qingling, 1893-1981
宋慶齡, 1893-1981
 
Description 1947-1948 
7 items. 
Notes

Letters of Song Qingling, Madam Sun Yat-sen, to Professor Douglas Copland, Australian Embassy, Nanjing; to Mr. A.N. Wooton, Commercial Counsellor, Australian Legation, Shanghai.

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Subjects Song, Qingling, 1893-1981 -- Correspondence.  |  Statesmen -- China -- Correspondence.
宋慶齡, 1893-1981 -- Correspondence.
Other authors/contributors Copland, D. B. (Douglas Berry), 1894-  |  Wooton, A. N
Also Titled

Letters of Song Qingling, Madam Sun Yat-sen.

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