Letter from C.C. Tseng to Laura M. Bragg, December 6, 1926 [1927]

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    The Citadel (1927) December 6, 1926 Dear Miss Bragg, Lieutenant Lyon has given his approval for the publication of that talk I gave in the Saturday night, and further he suggested that it would be better to have a few introductory words stating as a fact that I wrote it entirely from memory without consulting any source. I agree with him on one point, because it would be a good excuse for my mistake which might appear in that article. Again since that talk is intended for publication which I never thought of, I like to smooth, so to speak, some of the rough edges and add in some important points I dropped off, so that it will be in a more presentable form. Should you think so, please send it back to me and I will have it ready in the Sunday morning. Truly yours, Ching-Chi Tseng [2] [From:] C.C.Tseng The citadel Charleston, S.C. [Addressed:] Miss Laura M. Bragg 38 Chalmers Street Charleston, S.C.
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    The Citadel (1927) December 6, 1926 Dear Miss Bragg, Lieutenant Lyon has given his approval for the publication of that talk I gave in the Saturday night, and further he suggested that it would be better to have a few introductory words stating as a fact that I wrote it entirely from memory without consulting any source. I agree with him on one point, because it would be a good excuse for my mistake which might appear in that article. Again since that talk is intended for publication which I never thought of, I like to smooth, so to speak, some of the rough edges and add in some important points I dropped off, so that it will be in a more presentable form. Should you think so, please send it back to me and I will have it ready in the Sunday morning. Truly yours, Ching-Chi Tseng [2] [From:] C.C.Tseng The citadel Charleston, S.C. [Addressed:] Miss Laura M. Bragg 38 Chalmers Street Charleston, S.C.
Title:
Letter from C.C. Tseng to Laura M. Bragg, December 6, 1926 [1927]
Creator:
Tseng, Ching-Chi
Date:
1926-12-6 [1927-12-6]
Description:
In this one-page handwritten letter C.C. Tseng discusses the presentation of his talk he gave to the Carolina Art Association.
Collection:
Laura Bragg Papers
Contributing Institution:
The Citadel Archives & Museum
Media Type:
Manuscripts
Personal or Corporate Subject:
Bragg, Laura M. (Laura Mary), 1881-1978, Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina
Topical Subject:
Carolina Art Association
Geographic Subject:
Charleston (S.C.)
Language:
English
Shelving Locator:
Bragg Box 5 Folder 1-002
S.C. County:
Charleston County (S.C.)
Internet Media Type:
image/jpeg
Digitization Specifications:
600 dpi, 24-bit depth, color, Epson Expression 10000XL, Archival masters are tiffs.
Copyright Status Statement:
Copyright © The Citadel Archives and Museum.
Access Information:
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