to the Papers of
1920s–2000, With Information
By Alan L. Bain
In 1959, Knez wrote various embassies for publications about their countries. A segment of the folders in this series contain the information he received. In addition, Knez maintained pamphlets, publications, articles, professional journals, programs and abstracts of professional meetings, popular magazines, newspaper clippings, college and university Asian program information, books, maps, photographs, and mimeograph sheets documenting Asia, and to a lesser extent, Native Americans, Central and South America, Europe, and anthropology and ethnology, in general.
In addition, there are journal abstracts, books, test patterns, and other information specifically documenting his work on psychology and personality examinations while he was with the United States Army during World War II, including the effect of combat and war wounds on the psychology and mental health of veterans, and other information documenting army strategy and information about Asia published by the military. This material can be found under United States Army and Related Military Monographs and Reports; United States Army Material, Post-1945; and United States, Publications on Psychology and War Strategy. There are also linguistic studies and publications written in Chinese, Korean, and Japanese. Where possible, publications, maps, photographs, and other informational materials have been filed within a geographical location (either country or region), while professional association information has been filed under the name of the association.
At times this system has been modified, for example, professional journals from New Mexico and New Mexico University have been filed under New Mexico, and studies about industrialization and society are filed under technological change. Information from this series should be used in conjunction with similar subject information that may be found in other series to these papers. All Asian material should be used as a supplement to all of the series in these papers, particularly information concerning Japan and Korea.
Afghanistan. (2 folders) Contains photographs (undated), newsletter, and publications regarding Afghanistan, circa 1959.
Alaska. (2 folders) Includes information about Eskimos.
American Anthropological Association, Meetings. Includes abstracts and programs.
American Indian. (3 folders) Includes American Indian Education and Administrative Research.
Anthropology/General Ethnology/Historic Monuments (continued), Folders 3-9:
Anthropology/General Ethnology/Historic Monuments (continued), Folders 10-11:
Arizona. Contains information about the Papago.
Asia (General) (8 folders):
Asia (General) (continued), (Folders 4-9):
Association for Asia Studies. Contains meeting programs and abstracts, 1961-1966.
Australia. Includes a publication on the art work of Albert Namatjra.
Burma (Folder 1)
Burma (Folder 2)
Cambodia (2 folders)
China (4 folders) Folders 1-3:
China (continued), Folder 4.
Connecticut. Contains the Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Connecticut, 1944-1948.
Dealer/Museum Catalogs (2 folders)
Eastern Europe. Includes William G. Lockwood material and Newsletter of the East European Anthropology Group, 1982-1986.
Ecuador. Includes article on Valdivia, 1958.
Egypt. Contains information about Muslim ceramics.
Formosa /Taiwan (Republic of China) (3 folders). Folder 3 contains an article, "Formosa and Japan's 'Peace'," circa 1940s.
Georgia [Europe]. Contains The Voice of Free Georgia, 1954.
Human Relations Area Files (4 folders). Folder 1.
Human Relations Area Files (continued), Folders 2-4.
Hunter College. Contains information and research data.
India (19 folders). Folders 1-4:
India (continued), Folders 5-10
India (continued), Folders 11-19
India and Pakistan
International Relations and Foreign Policy
Iran (2 folders)
Iraq. Includes an illustrated map from the Ministry of Development, circa 1958.
Israel. Contains information about the Druze.
Japan (6 folders) Folders 1-2
Japan (continued), Folders 3-6:
Japanese American. Folder 1. Contains the Nisei Vue, 1948. Magazine contains several important articles including Canadian Nisei, their evacuation and relocation during World War II ; the Kawakita Case, about a California-born youth on trial for treason during World War II; and the first Nisei from the 442nd buried at Arlington Cemetery.
Japanese American. Folder 2. Contains "Senryu Poetry as Folk and Community Expression," by Marvin K. Opler and F. Obayashi. Documents a type of poetry produced at the relocation center at Tule Lake for Japanese Americans in northern California during World War II.
Journal of Social Issues, The, 1955
Korea, Photos, General. (5 envelopes) Includes photographs of a condemned collection object; collection items; plates containing a Korean gun, from Hough's publication; miniature wooden horse from Casnowitz's publications; Koro Japan objects; and an hour-glass drum used by a Korean sorceress.
Korea (2 folders)
Korea: Koreans Under Martial Law in Hawaii, 1943-1944; Chonjamun (1000 Korean Characters) photostatic copy.
Korea: Korean Monuments of Architecture and Sculpture: Exhibition of Water Colors, Department of State, 1959.
Korea, North/South. Includes a publication from a lecture given by Kim Il Sung, Indonesia, 1965, On Socialist Construction and the South Korean Revolution in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, 1968.
Louisiana. Contains Frank M. Setzler, Pottery of the Hopewell Type from Louisiana, 1933.
Malaya, General, Literature
Middle East and North Africa (2 folders)
Mission San Luis Rey (History of the Mission)
Nepal and Tibet
New Mexico (2 folders)
Okinawa. Includes photographs and negatives documenting continuing traditions.
Pakistan [includes East and West Pakistan] (5 folders)
Polynesia. Includes information about French Polynesia and Netherlands Indies.
Russia. ( 2 folders) Folder 2 contains publication in Russian.
Seri Indians (Gulf of California)
Siberia. Contains an article by I. M. Casonowicz, "Shamanism of the Natives of Siberia," 1925.
Smithsonian Institution (2 folders)
Social Science Research Council, Items, 1962
Thailand. (6 folders) Folders 1-3:
Thailand (continued) Folders 4-6:
Tibet (2 folders)
Turkey (2 folders)
United States (Southwest)
United States Army and Related Military Monographs and Reports. Knez was a personnel consultant in the United States Army in 1943. Most of the material pertains to various testing of Army personnel and medical and psychiatric battlefield problems written before 1946.
United States Army and Related Military Monographs and Reports (continued):
United States Army and Related Military Monographs and Reports (continued):
United States Army and Related Military Monographs and Reports (continued):
United States Army and Related Military Monographs and Reports (continued):
United States Army Material, Post-1945:
United States, Publications on Psychology and War Strategy (hard-cover):
University of Washington, 1948-1949. Includes material on the Inner Asia Project.
Utah. Includes archeological investigations in Deadman Cave and Nine Mile Canyon, 1938, 1941.
Vietnam (3 folders)
Washington. Contains information about the Oriental collection in the Seattle Art Museum, undated.
Yale University. Includes directories of students and faculty, 1947-1948; class outlines; course requirements for study in the Department of Anthropology, 1947-1948; and faculty members of the Peabody Museum.
Yemen. Contains the article, "The Cult of the Jambiya: dagger wearing in Yemen," 1977.
This series contains handwritten Chinese calligraphy and Hangul writings along with wood-block text containing Confucius' teachings, poems, history, rituals, and Korean school texts.
Publications 1 and 2: Collected works of Teacher Jing-an
Publication 3: Unidentified
Publication 4: Confucian Official Handbook
Publication 5: Children's Primer
Publication 6: Chinese Classics
Publication 7: Unidentified
Publication 8: Discourses
Publication 9: Tang Dynasty Poems
Publication 1: History Book of Han dynasty in Korean
Publications 2 and 3: Sino-Korean Dictionary, volumes 1 and 2. The dictionary was for Korean readers who needed to look up Chinese characters.
Publication 4: Collected Works of Teacher Jing-an
Publications 5 through 8: Collection of Poems by Yue-yuan. The table of contents includes Stone descriptions and obituaries taken from writings on tombstones.
Publication 9: Rituals by Yeu-yuan
The images in this series document cultural object collections, people, culture, and geographical locations. The initial basis for the description to this series comes from the finding aid written by Barbara Coons in April 1980. Additional information about the collections have been found since that date and additional images have been transferred to the Knez papers after 1980. As a result, the series description and notes to specific collections have been revised.
Most of the photographic materials which comprise this series were collected from various sources by Knez and relate to his work as Curator of Asian Anthropology at the National Museum of Natural History (previously the United States National Museum), Smithsonian Institution. A good segment of the photographic materials in this series document the arts, crafts, buildings, and people of the Pakistani states of Sind and Baluchistan. Because most of the photographs were labeled "West Pakistan," it can be assumed that they were taken prior to December, 1971, when war separated Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan) from Pakistan (formerly West Pakistan).
The remainder of the series includes photographs of Thailand, Tibet, pictures of the opening of a 1973 Smithsonian exhibition on Bhutan, objects in a Korean Art exhibition, a Chinese temple, Japanese folk art, Korean art, culture, and archeology, and India. Photographs documenting Knez's family dating back to the 1930s, field trips in the Southwest around the late 1930s, his army activities during World War II, photographs taken in Korea from around the 1920s to the 1940s and during the Korean War will be found under series thirteen, biographical and autobiographical material. Photographs may also be found in the series subject file, exhibitions, and research projects. Some of the photographic content overlap between all of these series. There are also some photographs in the geographical and publication series. This series consists of black and white prints (many with negatives), color prints and negatives, color slides, glass plates, postcards, and photo cards.
Lists of Collections. Contains lists and copies of catalogue cards documenting collection objects from the Ethel Jane Bunting collection, N. A. Baloch collection, M.A. Saleem collection, Sherman A. Minton collection, and other object collections documenting India and West Pakistan. There is also a list of slide sets.
Sherman A. Minton Collection. Contains black and white 4x5 prints and negatives of approximately two-hundred different examples of Sindhi arts and crafts. The collection was probably created by Dr. and Mrs. Sherman A. Minton during his visiting professorship at the postgraduate Medical Center in Karachi, Pakistan, 1958-1962. The photographs are arranged according to Minton Collection numbers and are interfiled with numerous duplicate prints and lengthy descriptions typewritten on 5x8 cards or handwritten on 5x8 slips of paper. Includes many pictures of clothing, jewelry, and textiles.
Minton Collection. Approximately one-hundred different 4x5 black and white prints of the buildings and people of the Sind and Baluchistan regions, filed with duplicates and negatives according to the arranger's arbitrarily assigned numbers. Most prints are briefly captioned. Includes pictures of snake charmers and people engaged in various occupations. Ten subject groupings are filed together in folders according to numbers and subject categories appearing on the verso of the prints. They are (1) Jogi Family; (2) Jogi Children and Men; (3) Jogi Old Woman Encampment; (4) Hyderabad and Thatta Bazaar Scenes; (6) Mosjid of Shah Jehan, Thatta; (7) Transportation and Animals; (8) Matiari Mosque; (10) Scenes Along the Canals; (12) Typical Delta Mosque. There are no number 5, 9, or 11 subject groupings. There is also one box of forty-nine color slides of some of the same black and white prints of buildings and people.
Fuller Collection. Approximately two-hundred and fifty 4x5 black and white prints and negatives of the arts and crafts of West Pakistan. The prints are filed according to the Fuller collection numbers appearing on the verso of the prints. Prints not bearing Fuller collection numbers have arbitrarily assigned numbers which appear in brackets. Captions for seventy-four of the items, as well as negative and multiple prints, are interfiled according to those numbers. Most have indications of scale and three digit cataloging classifications. Subject matter includes pictures of jewelry, clothing and other textiles. There are also eighteen envelope of strip negatives and eight boxes of slides of these same items.
Fuller Collection (9 folders). Nine black and white, 8x10 prints of a selection of West Pakistan arts and crafts items from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Fuller. Prints are filed in folders according to cataloging classification numbers appearing on the verso of the prints. Most have three prints each.
M. A. Saleem Collection (4 folders). Contains approximately one-hundred and forty 4x5 black and white prints of folk life pertaining to West Pakistan given to Knez by M. A. Saleem of the Directorate of Information, Government of West Pakistan, Hyderabad, sometime during the late 1960s. About half have captions attached. There are also approximately one-hundred negatives and forty-six color slides in two boxes of these same items.
Harold Margulies Collection (3 folders). Contains approximately sixty 4x5 black and white prints of West Pakistan arts and crafts from the collection of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Margulies of Washington, D. C. There are four boxes of color slides and fifty-three strip negatives of these same items.
Irene Mott Collection (1 folder). Contains approximately twenty-five 4x5 black and white prints (some with multiple copies) of scenes in Kutch and Rabarai, Pakistan, taken by Irene Mott, Litchfield, Connecticut.
Tuck Collection (1 folder). Includes thirty-seven color slides of West Pakistan, dated, captioned, and number-coded in a box labeled "Tuck Collection."
Andrew Wynn, Jr. Collection. Contains approximately two-hundred color slides. All are coded with cataloging classification numbers.
Pakistani Folk Life (49 folders). Contains around 500 8x10 black and white prints of Pakistani folk Life. Includes close-up shots of persons, interesting for their depictions of facial features, clothing, and jewelry. Prints are not captioned. Collection contains many duplicates. Photographs were acquired by Knez to be considered for inclusion in Hall 26. Folders 1-17.
Pakistani Folk Life (continued), Folders 18-39
Pakistani Folk Life (continued), Folders 40-49
Bhutan Exhibition. (29 folders) Contains approximately 284 8x10 black and white prints of the opening of the Smithsonian Institution's 1973 exhibition, "Bhutan, The Land of Dragons." Includes photographs of the exhibition and the dignitaries attending the opening, including the Bhutanese ambassador and Senator Charles Percy. The prints are not captioned and there are many duplicates. Folders 1-12.
Bhutan Exhibition (continued), Folders 13-29.
Korean Material (continued):
Korean Material (continued):
Korean Material (continued):
Chinese Confucian Ritual at a Taiwan Temple Shrine in Taipei sent to Knez for planning an exhibition in the early 1960s. (14 folders) Includes color negatives, black and white contact film strips, small color prints, and one black and white print, which are captioned in English and Chinese on the verso of the strips and print. The negatives pertain to approximately 100 8x10 color prints, which show interior and exterior architectural features of the Temple, carvings, altar pieces, a sacrificial and bone ceremony which might be for the induction of novices into the monastery. Includes a parade of monks and novices.
Mr. Tsarang's Collection. Approximately eighty-two, 8x10 black and white prints. Unidentified subject matter.
Catalog of Folk Crafts of Sind and Baluchistan. Contains five folders of 7x8 black and white prints. From the collection of Sardar and Begum Sherbaz Khan Mazei (?) of Karachi, and Mrs. Rehmat Ali Khan, of Karachi.
Exhibition Photograph from "A Sindhi Home," National Museum of Natural History.
Pakistani Guest at NMNH for the exhibition, "A Sindhi Home." Photographs includes Knez, William Fitzhugh, and Porter Kier, circa 1975.
Approximately 440 color slides taken at the Korean National Folk Museum, 1976. Material transferred to the National Anthropological Archives in 1978. Includes images of staff, artifacts, ceremonies, and performances. Unarranged.
Japanese Folk Art Slides. Approximately 120 color slides of Japanese folk art arranged by classification numbers into groupings of ceramics, woodwork, basketry, woven fabric, clothing, tools and appliances, drink, drugs, indulgences, games, art and music, and sacred places and objects. Handwritten annotations for some of these slides can be found in the box labeled "Specimen Photo Lists" including cards for a set of slides. Includes material from Okinawa and the Ainu.
Thirty-three color slides of Thailand. Shows various means of transportation, vendors, markets, and headdresses.
Twenty color slides of examples of various special garments. Includes those of a Cossack, a Turkish Kurd, a Paktiari, and Kahn from Kerman, and a Sakiz Kurd.
Fifteen color slides of Indian costumes, buildings, and carved figures
One color slide of a Pakistani Mosque
One color slide of a Pakistani "wind catcher"
Kirkbride Tibet Collection. Material was found in two Kodak boxes. It is not certain that both boxes belong to this collection since there also existed slides of West Pakistan and Bhutan. Contains 251 8x10 black and white prints, perhaps duplicated in 1980. Prints are numbered, possibly with both a collection number and print sequence. Includes ceremonial objects, statues, metal boxes, cups, flutes, jewelry, pouches, stone carvings, carved panels, writings, and India Company coins. (17 folders)
Kirkbride Tibet Collection. Contains black and white negatives to the above prints. Also includes two color slide strips of individuals, countryside, and house interior and exterior.
Kirkbride Tibet Collection. Color slides of Tibetan art, 1976, with numbers that correspond with the prints.
Museum of Natural History Ethnology Accession and Catalog Cards about Tibetan and Chinese Objects
Tibetan Collection. Once slide box of color slides. Includes information about jewelry and clothing. No identified collector.
Tibet. Once slide box of color slides including information about jewelry. No identified collector.
Tibetans in India. Two slide boxes of color slides.
Pakistan. Two color slides boxes, 1976.
West Pakistan. Once color slide box, 1976.
Hoch Bhutan Collection. 4x5 black and white prints (2 folders)
Elizabeth Bayley Willis India Collection. Also included are negatives of textiles from the Sind region of West Pakistan, donated by Willis. Half of each negative is devoted to a printed description of the image. 4x5 black and white prints and 3x4 negatives. (7 folders)
Leela Dayal Collection. Ten 3 ‡ x 5 ‡ prints regarding Nepal. Prints are documented on the back.
Two sets of twenty-four slides regarding Thailand arts and crafts.(2 folders) One set of slides was to be mailed to the Asia society and Asia Foundation.
Bhutan I, II, III. (3 folders) Contains slides.
Napalese Cotton Press
Ten slides of Indonesian Masks
Japan Hollow Pottery Doll, Fish Form, 1963
Dr. Neal Iran Collection, 1965. Eleven color slides regarding persons and objects as well as information about Kurdistan.
One print of a Sind ornament. Collection of Haji Mir Mohammed Murad Jemali (?).
Photograph of "King of Bhutan (1972- ) His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuk Druk Gyalpo." Presented to Knez by the King.
Unidentified Photographs of Fabrics, 73-11270 to 73-11286.
Unidentified Prints of Clothing, Jewelry, Teapots, Buttons, Coins, and Various Boxes, 73-11265 to 73-11269.
Postcards From the Cleveland Museum of Art
Sikkim: The Hidden Kingdom. Photographs by Dr. Alice Kendell. Presented at the Smithsonian Institution, November 17, 1971. (2 boxes, 45 slides)
Franz Michael. List of slides from Sikkim (I, II), 1957 and 1966, and Slides from Afghanistan, 1977.
Slides, Sikkim, I, II, III (5 boxes). Includes images of people, landscapes, homes, towns, and collections.
Slides of Sikkim Objects with 3x4 color transparencies
Slide List from the National Museum of Afghanistan, Kabul, 1977
Afghanistan Slides Pertaining to the National Museum of Afghanistan List
Sikkim II (slides to reproduce)
Slide List About Anatolia
Some Samples of Turkish Folk Handicraft
Gonul Slide Collection of Turkish Textiles
Prints taken in India, 1960. Includes people, places, some of which have been identified.
Postcards of Eastern Art. Published by the Society of Friends of Eastern Art, Series III, Japanese Architecture.
Japanese Postcards of Eastern Art
Mixture of Postcards with images of Eastern Art
Mixture of Postcards with images of non-Asian Art
Postcards. Contains images from Arizona, New Mexico, Mexico, and Peru.
Postcards regarding Native Americans, Stewart, Nevada, 1939
Postcards. Contains images of masks from the American Museum of Natural History.
Postcards. Indians of the Americas, the American Museum of Natural History.
Robert and Shirley Sardino. Prints and description of prehistoric pots from Thailand.
The Negrito of South Thailand (filmstrip)
Slides. May document Knez's trip to Korea, 1977.
Two Unidentified Slides, 1961, 1974. May be of the Goddess Kali Shrine.
35 MM Negative File Pak
Slide Container. Includes slides of Korea, Thailand, Iran, and India.
The sound recordings, which were originally in boxes 162-164, were separated from the collection and placed in the audio cabinets. Folder “[Audio ephemera]” contains notes separated from the recordings. The sound recordings have been individually cataloged online at http://siris-archives.si.edu. The 16 mm film was transferred to the Human Studies Film Archives.
Transferred to Human Studies Film Archives
16mm Black and White Film. Most likely documents the Korean archeological expedition to Cheju Island, 1946.
16mm Color Film. May document a shamanistic rite on Cheju Island, 1946.
Manuscript Folder 162
"Rural Life of Pakistan," DM News for Washington, D.C. Audiotape. (360 feet)
Commentary by E. I. Knez for Bhutanese Slide Show, March 22, 1974
Knez Lecture about Korea to Smithsonian Associates, October 30, 1967 and November 6, 1957 (2 tapes)
Korean National Classical Symphony Orchestra (2 tapes)
Korean Dances (2 tapes)
Korean Folk Songs
Tape 1. Sri Lanka, February 17, 1978. Activity carried out next to the display case containing Pakistani musical instruments.
Korean Language Lessons (3 Dictaphone tapes)
Two additional tapes for lessons
Two Dictaphone Tapes, unidentified
Knez, Voice of America Korean Broadcast, undated
Tape Recording of Pakistani Music. Music used in connection with Independence Day. Includes Urdu folk song, Punjabi folk song, Bengali folk song, 1956. On the reverse side there is an interview on the Patti Cavin Show with Mrs. Syedah Fatima Sodeque, June 13, 1957.
Original Tape Recording for the Chinese Opera Case. Edited by Mr. Zu, undated.
Introducing Chinese Characters
Three tapes, not boxed, with Korean information on the boxes
Three boxed tapes with Korean information on the boxes
Ka-ya-kim (Sancha?) By Kim, Yoon Duk, undated
Korean Folk Songs by Kim, Ok-Sun
Korean Dialogues, I, II. Not boxed. Tape one is unwinding.
Two Reels of Tape, not boxed, and unidentified
Voice of America, Korean Language, Music for America, 1959
Three Reels of Tape, not boxed, and unidentified
Two Reels of Tape, in boxes. Contains music. Unidentified.
Three Reels of Tape, in boxes, unidentified
Three Reels of Tape, boxed, identified in Korean
One Reel, boxed, Jerai Music, Vietnamese
Dictaphone Tape, New Bedford, #2, July, 1966
Two Tapes, not boxed, unidentified
Korean Information for Taped Material (?)
Oversize. Fragile. Heavy. Contains 78 rpm (and multiple speeds within that range) and 33 rpm records. Contains mostly Korean music with one album each of India, Vietnam, and Australian music. Important label productions include Que Recording Studio; Bartok, New York City; Masters from Audio Devices, New York City; Carnegie Hall Production, New York City. Artists and renditions include, Sook, Han Pyung, soprano, with contributions from Jiae Choi Knez, "Songs of Korea," circa 1959; Kim, Cha Kyung, soprano, "Korean Folk Songs," no date.
Fragile. Contains 45 rpm and 78 rpm recordings. Consists mostly of Korean music with labels from Victor, Nola, Capital, Continental, Waldor, Federal, Sinseki, and Polydor. There are recordings with no production labels.
Fragile. Contains Unasia recordings, K1501A-K1524B. Labels are written in Korean.
Fragile. Unasia recordings (cont'd), K-1525A to K1536B. Other labels include Frankay & Johnson, Kingstar, Star, King, Apex, and Oasis.
Fragile. Korean Music. Production companies include Carnegie Hall Recording Company, Columbia, and Taihei. Contains two Japanese records. Record one (Taihei Record, in Japanese), side one: Japanese folk song, "Tawarazaka" from Kumamoto Prefecture, by Kumamoto Tomekichi, recorded by Ito Asagiku; side two, folk songs, "Kin Kira Kin" by Kumamoto Tomekichi, recorded by Ito Asagiku. Record two (Columbia Record), side one, Japanese folk song, "Itsuki no Komoriuta" from Kumamoto Prefecture, sung by Sachie Kubo; side two, "Hitobushi" from Miyazaki Prefecture, sung by Koume Akasaka.
Fragile. Korean Music. Production companies include Nippo Nohong, and Tokyo. Music includes an operatic rendition of "The Song of the Heaven and Earth." Contains two Japanese recordings. Record one (Tokyo Record), side one, "Watashi no Kokoro wo Shittemasu" sung by Michiko Namiki; side two, "Koyoi Subete wo" sung by Mariko Ike. Record two (Tokyo Record), side one, "Nakuna Ashikiri" sung by Toshi Takakura; side two, "Wasure Ravenu koi?" sung by Hamako Watanabe.
Includes cards from Afghanistan, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Laos, National Gallery of Art, Nepal, Pakistan, Smithsonian Institution (along with Freer Gallery of Art), Thailand, White House, and other organizations and individuals.
This series includes field notes and journals dating back to his United States Army work during World War II, journals about some of his trips to Asia while working for the Smithsonian Institution, newspaper and magazine articles, awards, publications, and photographs of family and research interests in the 1930s and later, and about Korea during the 1940s and 1950s.
"An American Perspective: Attempts for a Korean Cultural Renaissance," 1997. Written by Knez. Includes a draft for proof-reading.
An American Perspective: Attempts for a Korean Cultural Renaissance, 1997. Contains two copies with both Korean and English text.
Appointments and Awards, 1939-1999, and undated
Autobiographical Material written in Korean and English
Curriculum Vitae, Personal History
Haring, D., Comments on Knez's thesis, 1958
Journal kept by Knez when first lieutenant, United States Army
Notes and Diary kept by Knez when first lieutenant, United States Army
Journal Notes, volume 1 of 2. Contains information on Knez's trip to Pakistan, including Sindhi history and textiles. Undated.
Journal Notes, volume 2 of 2. Contains information on Knez's trip to Karachi, Bangkok, and Korea. Undated.
Korea, Republic of. Citation, The Order of Culture Merit, 1995.
Korea, Republic of. Presentation of The Order of Culture Merit (Gold Medal), 1995.
Name Change, Knezevich to Knez, 1949
New and Used Stamps
Notes and Addresses
Passport and Vaccination Record
Photographs. Where possible, images have been arranged in chronological order:
Postcards. Contains wood block by W. S. Kang
Knez, The War Years, With the U. S. Army and Embassy, 1941-1953, an autobiography.
Oversize Material. Includes Consolidated Community of Three Ministers, 1958 (Kimhae region, Korea); plan of Home Combining Korean and Japanese Traits; Letter of Appreciation, to Eugene I. Knez from the Ministry of Public Information, Republic of Korea, August 16, 1962; Clayton (?) J. Faulkner, photographs of Seven Lucky Gods on a Treasure Boat; Peoples Republic of China, Atlas, 1971; Photographs of Shinto shrines (used for the exhibition hall), National Museum of Natural History; Gift from Judge Nara, 1960, the Traditional Costumes of Pakistan; Winifred Leonard note, 1971, to Knez, with map of Washington, DC, 1965.
Map Case Drawers
:Includes Knez Accession 2000-77, which contains Kimhae Gun Consolidated Community of Three Ministries, 1958, along with legend, and Kimhae Geographical Blueprint written in Chinese characters. Drawers also include posters from Southeast Asia; Malaya Map, 1958; Samurai Floor Plan (for an exhibition by Knez?); Chinese Railroad Table; topographic maps of China and Taiwan, 1952; and topographical maps of Korea and Southeast Asia.
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