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Box 1 Folder 1
Index to Huang Fu papers, in English, 1961
Prepared by Tekong Tong.
Volume I, 第一卷, 1913-1945
Correspondence, 信函. Materials include Yuan Shikai's 1913 proclamation offering a reward for Huang Fu, dead or alive, as well as letters and telegrams between Huang Fu and Duan Qirui (段祺瑞), Feng Yuxiang, Zhang Bingling, Tang Youren, Jiang Zuobin (蔣作賓), Tan Yankai (譚延闓), Yang Yongtai, He Yingqin, Wang Jingwei, and other notable people. The majority of the materials are secret communications between Chiang Kai-shek and Huang Fu, who was his negotiator with Japan from 1927 to 1935.
Available in microfilm and paper print out.
Photocopies version, 影印版
Box 1 Folder 2
Box 1 Folder 3
Box 1 Folder 4
Box 1 Folder 5
Box 1 Folder 6
Microfilm version (缩微版), Vol.1, Reel 1
Microfilm version (缩微版), Vol.1, Reel 2
Volume II, 第二卷, 1913-1936
Documents related to the Coup d'etat of 1924, Nanking Incident, Jinan Incident, Tanggu Truce, resumption of railway and postal services, and incoming and outgoing correspondence with important political figures such as Chiang Kai-shek, Wang Jingwei, Tang Youren, He Yingqin, Yang Yongtai, Yin Tong, Yuan Liang (袁良), etc.
Available only in microfilm.
Vol.2, Reel 1, 1924-1928
Coup d'etat of 1924, Nanking Incident of 1928, 1924 年北京政变和1928年南京事件相关文件
Vol.2, Reel 2, 1928
Jinan Incident, 济南事件
Vol.2, Reel 3, 1933-1936
Draft history of Tanggu Truce and other materials, 塘沽停战协定历史回忆录与其他文件
Vol.2, Reel 4, 1933-1934
File 5,6,8: Message between Huang Fu and Tang Yu-jen; documents on Tanggu Truce and the resumption of railway and postal service between the rest of China and Manchuria, 塘沽停战协定与恢复中国满洲通车通邮有关文件
Correspondence, 信函, 1913-1936
More than 1000 messages exchanged between Huang Fu and important figures (grouped by correspondent) and dating from 1933 to 1935 when Huang Fu was the chairman of the Beiping Political Council, while the northern part of China was under severe Japanese pressure.
Vol.2, Reel 5
File 7 Part A: Messages between Huang Fu and Wang Jingwei
Vol.2, Reel 6
File 7B and 9: Messages between Huang Fu and Wang Jingwei and between Huang Fu and Chiang Kai-shek.
Vol.2, Reel 7
File 10 and 11: Messages between Huang Fu and Ho Ying-chin, between Huang Fu and Yang Yung-tai
Vol.2, Reel 8
File 12: Messages between Huang fu and Chang Chun
Vol.2, Reel 9
File 13: messages between Huang Fu and Yin Yung; File 14: messages between Huang Fu and Yuan Liang
Vol.2, Reel 10
File 16-18: A variety of letters to and from Huang Fu and other people. Also included are confidential reports, minutes of important meetings, original draft of Chiang Kai-shek's manifesto of resignation released on August 12, 1927 but signed on August 6, and a draft constitution of the Blue Shirt Society (復興社).