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dc.identifier.citation "Chuan-Hua Gershom Lowe biographical sketch." (1970) Rice University:
dc.description.abstract This item is part of a larger physical collection which consists of the correspondence, papers, and selected books accumulated and saved by Chuan-Hua Gershom Lowe throughout his lifetime as student, journalist, Chinese embassy official, librarian, husband, and father. Lowe was born in China in 1902, earned a bachelor’s degree at the University of Chicago, lived again in China, in Burma, in India, in Argentina, in Canada, and again in the U.S., dying in 1996.
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dc.title Chuan-Hua Gershom Lowe biographical sketch
dc.digitization.specifications Images were captured using the Epson Perfection 1670 PHOTO or Epson Expression 10000XL flatbed scanner and Epson Scan software.  Master Tiff images were scanned at 24-bit color, 400 ppi. Derivative files are PDF for text and JPG & JPEG2000 for images. 2014 ca. 1970
dc.source.collection Chuan-Hua Gershom Lowe, National Party, Chinese Diplomat Papers, 1923-1996, MS 588, box 3, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University. wrc05219
dc.type.genre biographies (documents)
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