Correspondence, drafts and copies of magazines with articles on Chinese railways by Kenneth Cantlie

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Cantlie, Kenneth

Folder containing correspondence, article drafts, notes and copies of magazines with articles and interviews by Kenneth Cantlie. Including a copy of Eastern World magazine May 1950 with an article title 'Railway Construction in China and its Effect on Recent History'; a Hsinhua News Agency Release 10th November 1956 reporting Kenneth Cantlie's and Morris Cohen's arrival in Peking for the 90th birthday celebrations of Sun Yat-Sen on the 6th November mentioning 'Mr Morris Cohen of Canada was Dr. Sun Yat-Sens aide-de-camp for many years'; five copies of Far Eastern Trade advance print of Kenneth Cantlie's interview 'China's Industries at First Hand'; typed notes on Yangtse Bridge at Hankow; typed draft 'Dr. Sun Yat-Sen and Sir James Cantlie by Kenneth Cantlie; draft articles on China's railways and correspondence with Railway Gazette in August 1957; a bundle of draft articles on China's railways and correspondence with special correspondent David Bonavia, Far Eastern Economic Review (1976-1977); correspondence with the Locomotive and Allied Manufacturers Association (LAMA) (former LMA) regarding a report on Chinese railways (1956); a letter from Anglo-Chinese Chamber of Commerce returning Kenneth Cantlie's draft article 'Railway Construction in China', included (1954).


1 file with 2 magazines, pamphlets and approx. 70 pages

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