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Early Life: education; family background; volunteers to American Friends Service Committee, 1945.
China Experiences: trip to and arrival in Shanghai, 1946; trip to and work at Hwa Mei I Yuan Hospital in Chengchow, Honan; description of Friends role, projects, and administrative organization in post-war Honan; transferred to Yenan International Peace Hospital (IPH), 1947; list of six Friends in Yenan upon arrival; initial impressions of Yenan; response to U.S. military aid in post-war China; responsibilities as a member of Medical Team 19 (MT 19); medical conditions in and around Yenan; response of villagers to Communists; coping with the lack of medical supplies; music and theater during Yenan days; visit to a Los Angeles nursery; lessons learned from China experiences; leaves MT 19 and IPH, 1948; differences between Communist and Nationalist areas of China; philosophy of purpose of Friends Service Committee; description of 1972 visit to China.
Midwest China Center
Ammerican Friends Service Committee, Shanghai, Hwa Mei I Yuan Hospital, Chengchow, Honan, post-war, Yenan International Peace Hospital, IPH, Yenan, U.S. military aid, Medical Team 19, MT 19, Communists, medical, Los Angeles nursery, Nationalist
Stanley, Margaret, "Midwest China Oral History Interviews" (1977). China Oral Histories. 82.