“William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe”

William Calhoun. From Lucy Monroe Calhoun Papers, December 28, 1911.

Image of William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe

A letter from William Calhoun, the US Minister to China, to his sister-in-law, Harriet Monroe, describing the events of the Boxer Rebellion. Calhoun’s perspective illuminates Western attitudes toward the Chinese during the Rebellion.

Image of William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe

A letter from William Calhoun, the US Minister to China, to his sister-in-law, Harriet Monroe, describing the events of the Boxer Rebellion. Calhoun’s perspective illuminates Western attitudes toward the Chinese during the Rebellion.

Image of William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe

A letter from William Calhoun, the US Minister to China, to his sister-in-law, Harriet Monroe, describing the events of the Boxer Rebellion. Calhoun’s perspective illuminates Western attitudes toward the Chinese during the Rebellion.

Image of William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe

A letter from William Calhoun, the US Minister to China, to his sister-in-law, Harriet Monroe, describing the events of the Boxer Rebellion. Calhoun’s perspective illuminates Western attitudes toward the Chinese during the Rebellion.

Image of William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe

A letter from William Calhoun, the US Minister to China, to his sister-in-law, Harriet Monroe, describing the events of the Boxer Rebellion. Calhoun’s perspective illuminates Western attitudes toward the Chinese during the Rebellion.

Image of William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe

A letter from William Calhoun, the US Minister to China, to his sister-in-law, Harriet Monroe, describing the events of the Boxer Rebellion. Calhoun’s perspective illuminates Western attitudes toward the Chinese during the Rebellion.

Image of William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe

A letter from William Calhoun, the US Minister to China, to his sister-in-law, Harriet Monroe, describing the events of the Boxer Rebellion. Calhoun’s perspective illuminates Western attitudes toward the Chinese during the Rebellion.

Image of William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe

A letter from William Calhoun, the US Minister to China, to his sister-in-law, Harriet Monroe, describing the events of the Boxer Rebellion. Calhoun’s perspective illuminates Western attitudes toward the Chinese during the Rebellion.

Image of William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe

A letter from William Calhoun, the US Minister to China, to his sister-in-law, Harriet Monroe, describing the events of the Boxer Rebellion. Calhoun’s perspective illuminates Western attitudes toward the Chinese during the Rebellion.

Metadata Details
Item Type Book Section
Title William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe
Short Title William Calhoun to Harriet Monroe, 1911
Book Title Lucy Monroe Calhoun Papers
Creator William Calhoun
Publication Date December 28, 1911
Call Number Midwest MS 126, folder 2
Location Special Collections 4th floor