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1941 Sept.

Kwang, Thomas

Owen Lattimore and Chiang Kai-Shek

Chongqing (China) - Lattimore meeting Chiang Kai-Shek in Chongqing.

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 July 3

OWI party

Chongqing (China) - Officers of the Office of War Information on stage, signing into microphone; Bill Holland playing piano.

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 Aug. 2

Chungking airport

Chongqing (China) - Holland in uniform and comrades on tarmac in front of transport plane.

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 June

OWI staff hostel

Chongqing (China) - View of the residence for Office of War Information staff; "My room is at top right-hand corner. Bath room below. Dining room and lounge in old hostel at left."

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 Aug. 25

Gen. Hurley, Mao Tse-tung

Chongqing (China) - Mao in pith helmet and Hurley posed in group.

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 July 3

W. L. Holland at the piano

Chongqing (China) - "View of daddy (and his teeth) at the Independence Day dance for the OWI staff. Some smirk!"

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 Aug. 25

Gens. Wainwright and Wedemeyer

Chongqing (China) - Jonathan M. Wainwright (recently released from Japanese prison) and Wedemeyer entering a car.

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 Aug. 25

Chou En-lai, Mao Tse-tung, and Hurley

Chongqing (China) - Zhou Enlai smiling, with Mao Zedong in pith helmet, and Hurley posed in front of airplane.

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 June

OWI Chungking

Chongqing (China) - "The bracing youth is Abe Pivowitz (that's right) from the Bronx -- our code expert -- formerly employed in Bloomingdale's warehouse. A Saroyan character who bears all the woes of the world on his shoulders."

W. L. Holland Papers

1945 Aug. 25

British generals from Singapore and Hong Kong released from prison camp in Manchuria

Chongqing (China) - Six British officers on tarmac in front of transport plane.

W. L. Holland Papers