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Early Life: installing the x-ray machine and radar plant at Peking Union Medical College (PUMC); most embarrassing moment in China; training Chinese to operate the x-ray machine and radar plant; research in radiation physics; evaluation of therapy and diagnostic equipment in China; problems with operating the x-ray machine; teaching at PUMC; description of radiology department at PUMC; family's and friends' reaction to decision for China; relationships with servants and other Chinese people; response to Communism; response to treatment of Chinese by missionaries and other Americans; evaluation of missionary influence at and medical training policy of PUMC; reasons for leaving China and the trip home, 1935; impact of China experience.
Midwest China Center
x-ray, radar plant, Peking Union Medical College, PUMC, Chinese, radiation physics, radiology department, Communism, missionaries, Americans, missionary
Williams, Marvin, "Midwest China Oral History Interviews" (1978). China Oral Histories. 72.