Dulles, John Foster, 1946
Letter dated 1946 acknowledging acceptance of letter from Kim.
Kim, II Sung, 1965-1967
Manuscript by Kim II Sung, sent to Yongjeung Kim dated 1965 on reunification of Korea, includes translated text.
Statement of Important Events in Korea, 24-page manuscript in Korean, 1965.
Manuscript by Kim II Sung, sent to Yongjeung Kim dated 1967 on reunification of Korea, includes translated text.
Kim, Yongjeung, 1953
Telegram from Kim to Syngman Rhee, 1953.
Kojong, King of Korea, 1832-1919
These letters are probably a copy made later but includes a red Imperial seal. Letters renounce the treaty of 18 November 1905. The letters are all dated 22 June 1906.
(in Korean and translated into English) from the Emperor of Korea to Nicholas II, Tsar of Russia.
(in Korean and translated into English) from the Emperor of Korea to Vittorio Emanuele, King of Italy.
(Korean language section has been cut from document, only English translation available) from the Emperor of Korea to Kwang-Hsu,
Emperor of China.
(in Korean and translated into English) from the Emperor of Korea to Edward VII, King of Great Britain. This is a poor quality black and white photocopy.
(in Korean and translated into English) from the Emperor of Korea to Franz Josef I, Emperor of Austria.
(in Korean and translated into English) from the Emperor of Korea to Wilhelm II, Emperor of Germany.
(in Korean and translated into English) from the Emperor of Korea to Emile Loubet, President of France.
Lattimore, Owen, 1944
Introduction for manuscript on Korean situation written by Lattimore and sent to Kim 1944.
Marshall, George C., 1950
Pearson, Lester B., 1950-1951
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1946, 1951
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt dated November 1951 acknowledging receipt of report Kim sent.
Letter from Eleanor Roosevelt dated October 1946 to Kim stating that she has forwarded materials he sent to her to the United Nations.
Rhee, Syngman, 1940-1951
Extract from questionnaire and replies between the National Assembly and President Rhee, 1951.
Invitation to the presidential inauguration of Syngman Rhee, 1948.
Communication between Kim and Syngman Rhee, 1944.
Communication between Kim and Syngman Rhee, 1940.
Statement by Syngman Rhee, 1947.
Communications between Kim and various parties, 1940s-1970s. Note that there are letters between Kim and Hulbert in this file. Hulbert seems to
have written articles that Kim had published. They seem to have been quite friendly in the 1940s. (Hulbert died in 1949.)
Communications between Kim and various parties, 1940s - 1970s.
Kim II Sung and Replies, 1964-1972
Lieutenant General John R. Hodge and Replies, 1946-1947
Major General Archer L. Lerch and Replies, 1946-1947
Major General William F. Dean and Replies, 1947-1961
Park Chung Hee, 1964-1972
Philip Jaisohn (aka Chae-pil So) and Replies, 1945-1949
Foreign Governments (Except U.S.) and Replies, 1943-1973
Korean Language Letters, 1947-1961
1 letter and 1 outline of a book:
Letter: 1949 July 19, Choy, Tae-Hyok to Kim, Yong-Jeung, on Korean unification.
Outline: Author: Choy, Tae-Hyok, "A Right Way toward Rescuing the Nation and the World".
Chang, Hui-Tae (Chairman of Chosen Property Management Union) to Kim, Yong-Jeung, on Union's policies on dealing with property left by the Japanese in consultation with the US military government.
Letter from Heiji Kitani 木谷平次/Yi Pyong-son to Kim, Yong-Jeung, on request for information on studying at Indiana Butler Univerity, 1947 June 22.
Kim, Yong-Jeung, on the sudden death of Yo Un-Hyung in Korea, 1947 July 21.
Delegation form, Kim, Pyong to Korean Affairs Committeee, on unable to attend a meeting and give voting right to Kim. Yong-Jeung, 1947 July.
1961 February 20, Yi, Munbong to Kim, Yong-Jeung, praising Kim's open letters to both Kim Il-Song and Chang Myon about Korean unification.
1961 February 27, Kim Yong-Jeung to Yi, Munbong, thank you reply to the above letter.
Yo, Yon-gu (child of Yo, Un-Hyung) to Kim, Yong-Jeung, thanking Kim's support for Yo, Un-Hyung deploring one-sided anti-communism policies of US military government and arguing for formation of a nationalist government.
October 6, no year, Yi, Munbong to Kim, Yong-Jeung, on Kim's proposal of neutralized unification of South and North Korea through a UN resolution.
1960 October 10, Kim's reply.
Newspapers' Editors, 1964-1975
U.N. and U.N.C.I.O. Delegates and Replies, 1945-1970
U.S. Government (Congress) and Replies, 1944-1975
U.S. Government (White House and State Department) and Replies, 1943-1975