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Indusco Inc. records, 1938-1985

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Series V: Oversized Items

Oversize materials are found in flat boxes 539-552.


Ephemera and news clippings



Box Flat 539 Folder 5 Publicity posters: "Gung Ho", circa 1940-1945

4 Sets of 4 posters with 12 printed pictures of copperative activities. (See Series I.B.4)



Box Flat 545 Scrapbook: CIC product labels, announcements, insignia, sample invoices, display and promotional materials, in Chinese and English, 1939-1950

(See Series I.B.3)


Box Flat 545 Scrapbook: Reprints, magazine articles, and unpublished articles, circa 1939-1949

Aarranged and listed alphabetically by author. One loose-leaf scrapbook. Include description cards. (See Series I.A.3 and Series I.B.3)



Box Flat 550 Folder 1 Northern China Daily News, 1939 May 7, 3 copies

(See Series I.B.2)


Box Flat 550 Folder 1 China Today, supplement issued by the China Press, 1939 October 10

(See Series I.B.2)


Box Flat 550 Folder 2 Scrapbook: Newspaper clippings, 1944-1947

Mostly from China and Canada (See Series I.B.2)


Box Flat 550 Folder 3 Scrapbook: Newspaper and magazine clippings (vol.1), 1939-1948

Newspaper and magazine clippings on CIC, 1939-1948 chiefly from the Unites States, also from China, Hongkong, the Philippines, Canada, and Mexico. (See Series I.B.2)



Box Flat 551 Scrapbook: Newspaper and magazine clippings (vol.2), 1939-1948

Newspaper and magazine clippings on CIC, 1939-1948 chiefly from the Unites States, also from China, Hongkong, the Philippines, Canada, and Mexico. (See Series I.B.2)



Box Flat 548 Folder 1 CIC Product labels, 1939-1950

Product labels for for bandage, knitting needles, batteries, socks, cigarettes, cottons, soaps, candles. (See Series I.B.3)


Printed materials

(See Series I.A.3 and Series I.B.3)


Box Flat 548 Folder 2 Indusco Bulletin, vol.111:no.10-12, 1943 October-December


Box Flat 548 Folder 2 Indusco Bulletin, vol.IV:no.2, 4-5, 1944 February, April-May


Box Flat 548 Folder 2 Training Cooperative Leaders for China, by George A. Hogg, 1943 June


Box Flat 548 Folder 2 Information Service, 1943 September 25, 2 copies


Box Flat 548 Folder 2 Pamphlets and brochures, "Gung Ho!", circa 1944

(See Series I.A.3 and Series I.B.3)


Box Flat 548 Folder 7 Travel magazine: Asia's craftsmen go to war, 1944 March

(See Series I.B.2)


Photographs


Box Flat 548 Folder 3 Photographs arranged by subject: CIC people, activities, buildings, scenery, circa 1940-1945

Rehoused from oversize scrapbook (See Series I.B.4)


Box Flat 548 Folder 4 CIC activities and workers in the northwest, Lanzhou, circa 1940-1945

(See Series I.B.4) with exhibition caption cards, removed from mounted backing.


Box Flat 548 Folder 5 CIC production and activities, circa 1940-1945

(See Series I.B.4)


Box Flat 548 Folder 6 Bailie Schools of the CIC, circa 1940-1945

(See Series I.B.4) Also include 1 note written by a Bailie School student; 1 mounted description: Teen-age and peasant boys learn to rebuild China's smashed industries through schools run by the CIC. After two years' schooling boys who were almost illiterate can make blueprints, set up and repair machines, organize a cooperative and conduct all the necessary business details. The schools, run on completely cooperative-democratic system, are named after Joseph Bailie, an American missionary who worked for the industrialization of China.



Box Flat 539 Folder 3 Wounded soldiers' product labels for cigarette and printing industry (傷兵牌香煙, 印刷工業), circa 1940-1945

(See Series I.B.3)


Box Flat 539 Folder 4 Jiangxi Province Xijin Road CIC Product price list for fabrics and leather, 贛縣西津路印花染布合作社價目表, circa 1940-1945

(See Series I.B.3)



Box Flat 552 Folder Unknown Photograph scrapbook arranged by subject, circa 1940-1945

(See Series I.B.3) Photographs include people and activities of the CIC in various regions such as Lanzhou, Yen'an, Sichuan, etc. Some of photos were removed from their original scrapbook pages and rehoused in folders for better preservation purpose.


Box Flat 552 Folder Unknown Bailie School, circa 1940-1945

(See Series I.B.3) Some of the photos were removed from their original scrapbook pages and rehoused in folders for better preservation purpose.


Mounted Photographs for Exhibitions

(See Series I.B.4)



Box Flat 546 CIC people and activities, circa 1940-1945



Box Flat 547 CIC people and activities, circa 1940-1945



Box Flat 543 Folder 1 Map: Distribution of Border Region Co-ops, 合作社分佈圖, circa 1940-1945


Box Flat 543 Folder 1 Report from Industrial Cooperatives in Likiang [Lijiang], Yunnan, 1946 February 15


Box Flat 543 Folder 1 Sewing thread sample, circa 1940-1945


Printing Press, circa 1940-1945


Box Flat 543 Folder 2 Printing shop, circa 1940-1945


Box Flat 543 Folder 2 Commercial Press, circa 1940-1945


Box Flat 543 Folder 2 How to Make a Chinese book, circa 1940-1945


Box Flat 543 Folder 3 Mills and Walls in China, circa 1940-1945


Box Flat 543 Folder 3 Railway in Manchuria, China, circa 1940-1945


Box Flat 543 Folder 4-5 Photographs of Dwelling in China, taken by Florence Ayscough, 1935 November 3

with duplicate captions cards; pictures of Chinese households, furnishing, customs, temple architecture, construction, Chinese building interior and exterior of the Gust Hall (#4-40)



Box Flat 542 Folder 1 Indusco Photograph Exhibition: CIC activities, circa 1940-1945

Printed by Truman Co. at 33 East 29th Street. 1. Charles Fenn, report for Scoop magazine brought the medical supplies from Hong Kong. Her ehe checks the papers with Dr. Tong, CIC medical worker. 2. This old Ahung (Mohammedan priest) does the skilled piecing together of furs. 3. Water power at Shuangshihpu for CIC electric light and power plant. 4. Kweilin is the southern headquarters for the CIC. It is an important center for front-line work. 5. Sheep in Gansu. 6. After being cleaned and carded, the wool is stored here until ready for use. 7. Army men have called for woolen army blankets made by the CIC in the Northwest. 8. These villagers use the ancient hand-twist method of spinning. A weight pulls the wool through the fingers. You can sometimes see a man walking and spinning at the same time. 9. Raw wool is cleaned for carded in this wool storage depot run by a CIC experimental bureau. 10. Local spinners and weavers of the CIC keep the front-line fighter warm. National defense posters like this are posted along the streets. 11. All members of the family wear wool yarn, says this CIC poster. 12. Kweilin has been bombed mercilessly by the Japanese, but the CIC workshops keep producing. 13. A women's cooperative at Lanchow. 14. YWCA sponsored this umbrella making cooperative in Kweiyang. 15. This Scihlipu women's cooperative makes towels and cloth from the dyed yarns drying. Textiles are one of China's most urgent needs. 16. A truck bearing desperately needed medical supplies pulls up in front of the Paochi industrial cooperative transport headquarters. 17. Cave entrances to typical loess homes and workshops of refugees. Many cooperatives are housed in caves like these. 18. A camouflaged water-power carding machine invented by engineers of the CIC. 19. Young women are taught the techniques of weaving in training schools run by the CIC. 20. The older women in front sort raw wool for the spinners. In the background women knit the spun wool into sweaters and scarves for the army. 21. Young women practice weaving on these looms before joining the CIC. 22. A deserted temple is used by the CIC as a center for the manufacture of soldier' padded uniforms.


Box Flat 542 Folder 3 Warmth for China's Fighting Men, circa 1940-1945

Set of thirteen original display posters, each bearing a textile sample, photographs, and captions, representing the different stages of blanket production from wool selection and processing through the collection of the finished product by the army (See Series I.B.4).



Box Flat 540 Folder 1 Lao Wang, Chairman of the cooperative, circa 1940-1945


Box Flat 540 Folder 1 Chinese saw-mill, circa 1940-1945

Caption: Illustrating how hand labor resists the introduction of modern machinery. In China the saw cuts on the up stroke and not on the down stroke as with other saws. Photo lent by Mr. W.B. Parsons.


Box Flat 540 Folder 1 Open mill, circa 1940-1945

Caption: The blindfolded donkey grinding a meal for the family in a stome mill. Note the "Peking Carts" in the background, and the walls of the enclosure to protect from thieves and otherwise give security. Photograph by the courtesy of Dr. John Reisner of the Nanking University, College of Agriculture and Forestry.


Box Flat 540 Folder 1 Coal mining, circa 1940-1945

Caption: The Chinese people have come to realize that it is to their great advantage and profit to develop their wealth of mineral resources. China's coal deposits are dufficient to supply the world's needs at the present rate of consumption of 1,000,000,000 tons a year.


Box Flat 540 Folder 2 H.H. Kung, China's Minister of Finance and President of the CIC, circa 1940-1945


Box Flat 540 Folder 3 Textile unit, circa 1940-1945, 10 items

Captions: 1. A whole village street joins the CIC and sew uniforms for the Chinese army, 萬縣工業合作承製軍棉大衣聯合工廠車工部; 2. Winter uniforms for the northern armies are padded with cotton by these members of the CIC; 3. The CIC produce textiles to cloth our men at the front is the theme of this wall drawing on a village wall; 4. A graduate of a Bailie School points out the fine texture of the cotton cloth made by his cooperative. Bailie Schools are set up by the CIC to train young men to become skilled workers; 5. Two members of the CIC reel wool yarn for army blankets; 6. Umbrella-making cooperative in southeast China, sponsored by the YWCA and the CIC; 7. Young men training to become organizers of the CIC relax in their cooperatively-run dormitory; 8. Hundreds of refugees form bombed areas are given emergency employment by the CIC, 萬縣工業合作承製軍棉大衣聯合工廠彈花部. These refugees are carding cotton. 9. Only the most essential parts of this textile machine are made of scarce metal. The man on the left is the Chairman of the textile machine cooperative; 10. Two members of the CIC sort raw wool while the women in the background knit the spun yarn into army clothing. The mats in the rear are made from waste wool.


Box Flat 540 Folder 4 Circulating library (巡迴文庫, no.1), 1924 March 5

The circulating library delivers by hand-cart. Notice the bell below the cart. Yunnan.


Financial: Daily Record of Cash Received

(See Series II.B Finances)

Arranged in original order: sorted in descending order by date


Box Flat 540 1943 April-December


Box Flat 540 1942 September-1943 March



Box Flat 541 1942 April-August


Box Flat 541 1941 September-1942 March


Box Flat 541 1941 May-August


Box Flat 541 1941 January-April


Box Flat 541 1941 November 28-December 31


Artwork

Also includes Shantan Bailie School student art work



Box Flat 544 Folder 1 Pencil drawings of mechanics and people of the CIC, circa 1940-1945, 15 items


Box Flat 544 Folder 1 Drawing of a soldier and a rickshaw man, by Becker, circa 1940-1945


Box Flat 544 Folder 2 Color brush paintings of CIC workers at the textile and the printing cooperative, circa 1940-1945, 5 items


Box Flat 544 Folder 3 Painting of woman with boy in winter, by Han Leran, 韓樂然, circa 1944


Box Flat 544 Folder 3 Mounted watercolor paintings, depicting CIC workers, by Han Leran, 韓樂然, circa 1944, 12 items



Box Flat 549 Folder 1 Mounted drawing: Autumn Harvest / 秋收 by Li Hua, 李樺, circa 1942


Box Flat 549 Folder 1 Mounted drawing: Journey to the West, by Dai Chengyi, 戴成義, 1942 February 14, 2 items

Painted in the Huangfeng Cave of Shuangshipu, Shaanxi (繪於陝西雙石舖黃風洞)


Box Flat 549 Folder 2-3 Progress of China's Industrial Cooperative, 中國工業合作運動寫真, circa 1940-1945, 3 printed booklets; 19 drawings

Original brush-and-ink drawings by Jack Chen, son of one of China's former Foreign Ministers, produced to resist Japanese aggression, support CIC. These drawings were first reproduced in The China Weekly Review and later appeared in two booklet editions published in Hongkong and New York.



Box Flat 539 Folder 1 Carpet motif sample, 地毯樣本, circa 1944, 2 copies

工合研究出版; Fu Shuda 傅叔達著; 本書編華西大學博物館; Oversized design books for textiles, produced and published by the CIG Institute, Ghengtu, 1944. See Series I.B.I Institute for GIG, Textiles.


Box Flat 539 Folder 2 Embroidery motif sample, 繡花樣本, 1944 January, 2 copies

工合研究出版; Fu Shuda 傅叔達著; 本書編華西大學博物館; Oversized design books for textiles, produced and published by the CIG Institute, Ghengtu, 1944. See Series I.B.I Institute for GIG, Textiles.



Box Flat 542 Folder 2 Mounted etching drawing, making wine, 包榖酒, 1941 February 11

By Tai Cheng Yih, at Wenjiagou, 闻家溝. Making Baohejiu, 一[佪]做明流子酒者(即包榖酒)


Box Flat 542 Folder 2 Mounted etching drawing, weaving, 織布, 1941 February 9

By Tai Cheng Yih. More men than women weaving in the two counties; painted at Feng's house in the village under a tight cliff. 在兩當縣織布的男子多於女子; 繪於緊崖低下村馮姓屋內.


Box Flat 542 Folder 2 Mounted color painting, Story of Making Wool in Tianshui, Gansu (天水, 甘肅), 1939 December, 10 items

Drawn by [?庸] 1. 西北為產羊之區; 2. 毛剪; 3. 毛運; 4. 毛彈; 5. 紡線; 7. 導緯; 8. 導經; 9. 織製軍毯; 10. 染色; 11. 整理.