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Box 112

1 Welcome to Hong Kong mini-card – The Peninsula Hotel – c. May 25
2 Moulin Rouge Night Club ticket stub, n.d.
3 Menus – Room service, wine/beer list, breakfast menu – The Peninsula, Hong Kong – c. 1967
4 Invitation to Mr. Bob C. Ko and Miss Anna Leung’s wedding party dinner, May 22, 1967
5 “Hong Kong Tours and Travel Service Ltd. Daily Tours” – c. 1967
6 “Thai International, Discover Hong Kong & Macau” brochure, n.d.
7 “The Pearl in Your Hand” – map of Hong Kong, c. 1967
8 (blank) card with painting, n.d.
9 Hong Kong Travel Bulletin, Hong Kong Tourist Association, May 1967
10 The Peninsula, Hong Kong: The House Magazine of the Peninsula Hotel, Hong Kong, published by the Hongkong & Shanghai Hotels Ltd., December 1966
11 The Peninsula, Hong Kong: The House Magazine of the Peninsula Hotel, Hong Kong, published by the Hongkong & Shanghai Hotels Ltd., March 1967
12 A-O-A Hong Kong Guidebook, compiled by Walter K. Hoffman for The Peninsula, 1957
13 Luggage Tag – Civil Air Transport Group Travel – May 25-26, 1967
14 CAT (Civil Air Transport) The Mandarin Jet tag with decorative 8 ½ x 11 envelope – May 25-26, 1967
15 CAT (Civil Air Transport) Bulletin, Inflight Edition – n.d.
16 Chinese Maritime Customs: Baggage & Currency Declaration-Import. Form (filled out by Shemorry)
17 Tariff rates for the Grand Hotel – c. May 25, 1967
18 Malaria and Hemorrhagic Fever information card for international travelers – n.d.
19 Proposed Itinerary for American Newspapers Study Mission – May 26, 1967 (two copies)
20 The Grand Hotel, Taipei, Taiwan, The Republic of China, brochure – c. 1966
21 MAAG Officers’ Open Mess, Taipei, temporary card issued May 25, 1967
22 Empty envelope addressed to Bill Shemorry, from Government Information Office – n.d.
23 Receipt? (text in Chinese) – c. May 1967
24 Business cards – Mr.Chin-an Pao (Director, Research Department, Executive Yuan) and Charles Z. Yeo (Sr. Specialist, Council for International Economic Cooperation and Development)
25 Tour badge – c. May 26, 1967
26 Invitation – lunch with Mr. James C. M. Wei, The Director of the Government Information Office -May 26, 1967
27 Bank of Taiwan Exchange Memo – c. May 26, 1967
28 Blank post cards – Taipei, Taiwan (4)
29 “Thai International, Discover Taiwan” brochure – n.d.
30 Copy of page from book – Chinese artwork – n.d.
31 “101 Questions About Taiwan,” prepared by China Publishing Company, November 1966
32 “Economic Progress in the Republic of China,” booklet, Council for International Economic Cooperation and Development, 1967 (two booklets)
33 “Fifteen Years of U.S. Assistance to the Republic of China,” booklet, Office of the U.S. Aid Representative, Taipei, Taiwan, September 1966
34 “The Present Situation in Mainland China,” a report made by Mr. Pao Chin-an, Director of the Research Department, the Executive Yuan (with Shemorry’s notes) – c. May 1967
35 “The Armed Forces of The Republic of China: General Introduction,” Office of Military Spokesman, Ministry of National Defense, Republic of China, July 1966
36 “Kinmen: Fortress of Freedom,” booklet, Office of Military Spokesman, Ministry of National Defense Republic of China, c. 1966
37 “Why Must we Take Up Arms?” booklet (text of statement made at a press conference in Washington, September 27, 1965) Chiang Ching-kuo (Minister of National Defense Republic of China – c. September 1965
38 “Foreign Investment & Trade: Republic of China,” booklet, The Council for International Economic Cooperation & Development – April 1967
39 “Taiwan…The Good Life,” brochure, China Publishing Company – April 1967
40 “The Taiwan Economy: 1956-65, Basic Data,” The American Embassy, Taipei, October 1966
41 “US-China Peoples Friendship Association, An Introduction,” brochure, US-China Peoples Friendship Association – c. 1966
42 “China and the Chinese” – booklets by the China Publishing Company
a. “China and the Chinese: Miracle in the Kitchen” – May 1966 (two copies)
b. “China and the Chinese: Paper Cutting” – April 1966 (original and copy)
c. “China and the Chinese: Chinese Painting” – April 1966
d. “China and the Chinese: Jade” – c. 1966
e. “China and the Chinese: Festivals” – c. 1966
f. “China and the Chinese: Stamps: Old and New” – 1978
g. “China and the Chinese: Confucius” – 1978
h. “China and the Chinese: Chinese Calligraphy” – c. 1966
43 “Taiwan,” brochure, China Publishing Company – April 1967
44 “National Flag of the Republic of china,” booklet, China Publishing Company – 1978
45 “The Republic of China,” brochure, China Publishing Company – December 1965
SEE BOX 116 for Japan Materials
46 Palace Hotel, Tokyo receipt – May 27-28, 1967
47 Bookmark with text in Japanese
48 Okinawa travel brochure – c. 1967
49 Handout – “The Decorations of the Toshogu Shrine,” Nikko, Japan – n.d.
50 Letter from Mary C. Shemorry – arrived May 27th in Tokyo
51 Tokyo-Honolulu in flight brochure – May 29, 1967
52 Japan Air Lines route map – c. 1967
53 Receipt – the Ilikai Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii – May 29-31, 1967
54 Flyer – Ilikai hotel – activities and special events listing – May 26-June 1, 1967
55 Booklet – “The Pacific Command: Headquarters Commander in Chief Pacific, Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii” – c. May 1967
56 Permit to return to the United States
57 Receipt – International Hotel, Los Angeles, California – c. May 31, 1967
58 Magazine – Information L.A., v. 5, no. 8 – June 1967
59 Magazine – Where: to go, what to do when in Greater Los Angeles (International Hotel), week of May 27, 1967
60 Correspondence from Betty Carran, Ohio – July 14, 1967
61 Correspondence from Rita and Ray of The Blairstown Press, Blairstown, New Jersey – July 31, 1967
62 Correspondence with Al Austin, University of North Dakota, about speaking about Newspaper study mission – February 1968
63 Correspondence with American Newspapers Study Missions, Inc. about 1969 newspaper study mission – 1969
64 Poland prints – 5 x 7 and smaller (38 prints)
65 Poland prints – larger than 5 x 7 (5 prints)
66 Russia prints – smaller than 4 x 6 (16 prints)
67 Russia prints – smaller than 5 x 7 (73 prints)
68 Russia prints – 8 ½ x 11 and between 5 x7 and 8 x 10 (19 prints)
69 Russia – negatives (copies of color slides) (19 prints)
70 Tehran prints – 5 x 7 or smaller (7 prints)
71 Tehran prints – larger than 5 x 7 (5 prints)
72 India prints – 8 ½ x 11 (22)
73 India prints – 8 x 10 or smaller (42)
74 India prints – 5 x 7 or smaller (86)
75 Thailand prints – 5 x 7 or smaller (39 prints)
76 Thailand prints – larger than 5 x 7 (17 prints)
77 Hong Kong prints – 5 x 7 and smaller (3 prints)
78 Hong Kong prints – about 6 ½ x 5 ½ (9 prints)
79 Hong Kong prints – 8 ½ x 11 (4 prints)
80 Taiwan prints – 5 x 7 or smaller (5 prints)
81 Taiwan prints – larger than 5 x 7 (5 prints)
82 Japan prints – larger than 4 x 6 (37 prints)
83 Japan prints – smaller than 4 x 6 (2 prints)
84 Hawaii prints – 5x7 and smaller (8)
85 Hawaii prints – about 8x10 (5)
86 Hawaii prints – 8 ½ x 11 (5)
87 Prints of Shemorry with reporters (2)

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