Yam Tong Hoh and Daisy Law papers

The Papers of Rev. Yam Tong and Daisy Law Hoh span the years 1919 to 1977, and focus primarily on their lives while residing in the United States as emigrants from China. The collection reflects the work of Yam Tong as an educator and Reverend in both California and Philadelphia, as well as his unti... Full description

Record Source: Archival Materials
Collection Information: Yam Tong Hoh and Daisy Law Papers (#3020)
Main Author: Hoh, Yam Tong and Daisy Law
Format: Manuscript
Language: English
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Physical Description: 0.85 Linear feet 0.85 linear feet, 2 boxes
Summary: The Papers of Rev. Yam Tong and Daisy Law Hoh span the years 1919 to 1977, and focus primarily on their lives while residing in the United States as emigrants from China. The collection reflects the work of Yam Tong as an educator and Reverend in both California and Philadelphia, as well as his untiring work for the True Light School of Hong Kong. The collection complements the Reverend Dr. Yam Tong Hoh Papers (MSS 126), located at The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, by providing biographical material on Yam Tong's first wife, Daisy Law Hoh, as well as Rev. Hoh.