Maurice T. Price Papers, 1909-34, 1937-40, 1945-48 | University of Illinois Archives
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Papers of Maurice T. Price (1888-1964), visiting lecturer in sociology (1939-45), including correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, manuscripts, periodicals, book reviews, student term papers, reprints and related material concerning the sociological and psychological analysis of oriental peoples and cultures; the impact of Christian missions in the Far East; international relations; influence of communism in China; courses in sociology, psychology, philosophy and religion at Chicago (1909-16); reform movements and college life (1913-18); living conditions in China; documentary sources of analyses of Nanking Road (5/30/25) and Wahnsien (9/5/26) incidents; sociological study questionnaires; studies for the Bureau of Indian Affairs (1937-39) and Price's Christian Missions and Oriental Civilizations (1924).ÃÂ
Mr. Price was in China from 1917 to 1927, except for 1921-22.