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Yong-jeung Kim papers, 1906-1994, bulk 1940-1975

Series IV: Audio Visual Materials

Six 16 inch Electrical Transcriptions of Radio Programs on which Kim appeared, and a film reel.

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Box 10 Let's Break the Korean Deadlock, circa 1945, 2 phonograph records; 1 original and 1 duplicate

On disc: "Mr. YongJeung Kim, President Korean Affairs Institute, interviewed by Ed. Hart-special feature commentator for Washington Post's Station. WINX".

Box 10 Listen Ladies, 1945 March 01, 2 phonograph records

Recording starts with a biographical sketch of Kim, Yong-Jeung and proceed with the history of yogurt, by Marshall Adams.

Interview starts with Yong-jeung Kim on how he escaped Korea in 1916 under the Japanese occupation, crossing borders heading to Manchuria, Shanghai, and arrived in San Francisco. At the age of 22, Kim attended grammar school in San Francisco. He studied political science at Harvard University, then transferred to Columbia, and then George Washington University. He talked about the history of Korea, the Japanese invasion, the Korea Affairs Institute, and US-Korea relations. (Also see Box 12 Folder 10 Interview Transcript with Marshall Adams, 1945 March 01.)

Box 10 Korea Liberty Bell, 1945 September 21, 2 phonograph records

Box 11 Liberation of Korea, 1947, 1 film reels (16mm); 16mm Motion Picture

Produced: The Seoul Motion Picture Co.

Reopening of the Joint American-Soviet Commission; Scene of Assassinating the National Leader Mr. Lyuh Woon Hyung on July 19, 1947.