Carl Crow Papers, 1913-1945 (C0041)

5 cubic feet (354 folders, 2 volumes), 4 oversize volumes

 Finding Aid

Bills, accounts, speeches, notes, correspondence and book and article manuscripts on a wide range of subjects. Crow was a resident of China for a number of years and most of his writing was about China or related subjects. The collection includes a diary of a trip over the Burma Road, the diary of a Japanese soldier, and notes and articles on the Japanese opium trade.