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Letter to Emma Bailey Speer March 27, 1927

Dublin Core

Title

Letter to Emma Bailey Speer March 27, 1927

Subject

Notable Individuals

Description

Written to her parents in the heat of civil war, shortly after a violent incident that left several foreigners dead. MBS discusses the distortion of newspaper propaganda on anti-foreign sentiment. She shows frustration at the distortion in the papers against the Chinese and the focus on the relatively few foreign deaths.

Creator

Speer, Margaret Bailey

Source

Speer, Margaret Bailey. “Letter to Emma Bailey Speer, 27 March 1927.” Speer Family Papers, Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library.

Date

1920s

Date Available

20th century

Date Created

1927-3-27

Rights

All rights reserved by the source institution

Format

correspondence

Spatial Coverage

China

Source Institution

Bryn Mawr College

All rights reserved by the source institution.

Citation

Speer, Margaret Bailey, “Letter to Emma Bailey Speer March 27, 1927,” The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women's Education, accessed November 22, 2019, http://greenfield.brynmawr.edu/items/show/544.