File MS-2-615, Box 1, Folders 5 - 10; MS-2-615, Box 2, Folder 11; and MS-2-615, Box 10, Folder 11 - Ronald St. John Macdonald's correspondence regarding his visits to China

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Ronald St. John Macdonald's correspondence regarding his visits to China

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MS-2-615, Box 1, Folders 5 - 10; MS-2-615, Box 2, Folder 11; and MS-2-615, Box 10, Folder 11

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  • 1972 - 1996 (Creation)

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11.5 cm of textual records

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File contains correspondence about Ronald St. John Macdonald's trips to China - which started as part of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) assignment to strengthening training and research in selected key universities in China - with different individuals, including Bai Gui-Mei, Zhao Zhenjiang, Wang Tieya, Yaoyuan Xia, Luo Hao Cai, Tony T.L. Chang, Eiichi Fukatsu, Masao Nakayama, Zhang Wen-pu, Fritz von Klein, Wang Xuex hen, Xue Mo-hong, Zhu Qiwu, Wei Min, Judith Ogden Bullitt, Randle Edwards, Peter Hoffman, Maarten Bos, Luzius Wildhaber, Eugene V. Rostow, Jeremy Thomas, John Churchill, Nessim Shallon, Roberto Ago, and others. File contains newspaper clippings, manuscripts, and handwritten notes about international law in China, including two versions of Macdonald's paper "the People's Republic of China and the International Court of Justice". File includes a letter from Bai Gui-Mei to Mairi Macdonald.

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Due to Ronald St. John Macdonald's record-keeping practices, it was necessary to split the file across eight folders.

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  • Chinese
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  • French

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