This twelve page academic student paper typewritten by C.C. Tseng describes the new student movement in China, also known as the "New Culture Movement." He describes the political environment, including the "May Fourth Movement" of 1919 and the "May Thirtieth Movement" of 1925.
This forty-eight page academic student paper handwritten by C.C. Tseng provides an overview of slavery in ancient times, the modern world, and the United States. He describes the establishment of slavery in the United States, conditions of the enslaved lives, control of slaves, sale of slaves, and political and economic effects of slavery.
In this three page handwritten letter, Fong Lee Wong writes receiving marksmanship for shooting rifles at camp. He writes about Major Prouty, his Psychology professor. He writes that he is glad that probably four more Tsing Hua boys will com to The Citadel; he is withholding his "joy until the four boys actually come to The Citadel and pass, at least, the first two weeks' rat's life."
In this three page handwritten letter, Fong Lee Wong writes of traveling alone to Buffalo, NY, and his feelings of being a foreigner. He writes of the other students' plans to continue their educations and signs his letter, "Little Captain."
In this three page handwritten letter, Fong Lee Wong expresses his sorrow that Laura M. Bragg had been ill. He writes none of the expected Chinese students are going to attend The Citadel. He met his female friend in Chicago, IL. He learns Chia Mei may be in aviator school and he expects to return on the twenty-first, signing his letter, "Little Captain."
In this four page handwritten letter, Fong Lee Wong writes about ROTC camp, summer travel plans to Cornell University and Niagara Falls, and educational plans for his female friend. He also writes of his hopes for Chia Mei to become a great flier.
In this three page handwritten letter, Fong Lee Wong expresses his thanks for learning about mistletoe. He also enclosed a photo from a visit to Snug Harbor and an oyster roast. He also inquires about how to learn the costs and expenses for a female Chinese student to come and study at the College of Charleston.
In this three page handwritten letter, Fong Lee Wong writes about a "splendid supper" that ended their hunger due to a Citadel boys' strike for better food. He also thanks Laura M. Bragg for sharing information about admission to Simmons College.