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Guide to the Paul Hibbert Clyde and Mary (Kestler) Clyde Papers, 1924-2001 and undated

Collection Overview

The Paul Hibbert Clyde and Mary (Kestler) Clyde Papers span the years 1924-2001 and chiefly consist of newspaper clippings, drafts of memoranda, and translations of foreign news reports, given to Paul Clyde by Hugh L. Keenleyside, who was first secretary of the Canadian Legation in Tokyo (1929-1936). Multiple additions of personal papers assembled by the Paul and Mary Clyde complete the collection.

The East Asian Clippings Files, the largest series in the collection, contain clippings assembled by the Clydes during the 1920s and 1930s from about thirty English language newspapers and news services in Canada, China, Great Britain, Japan, and the United States. Centering on Sino-Japanese relations, they concern contemporary political, social, economic, military, and international affairs in China, Japan, and Manchuria (Manchukuo), primarily from the perspective of Japan's role in these events. Files are arranged alphabetically by topic.

Materials in the Personal Papers Series, additions acquired from 1986 to 1999, consist chiefly of personal and professional correspondence, church records, manuscripts and a thesis, curriculum vitae of Paul Hibbert Clyde and his wife Mary Kestler Clyde, reprints of published articles, book revisions, other printed materials, additional news clippings, and photographs. The additions are partially processed or unprocessed. Much of the professional correspondence concerns Clyde’s work with the Duke Endowment, first as secretary to the Committee on Educational Institutions, and later as educational consultant to the Trustees of the Endowment. Correspondents include Mary and James H. Semans, and administrators at Davidson College, Furman University, and the University of Florida. There is also a folder of War Department Military Intelligence Division correspondence, 1942-1943. Also included is an album of photographs, clippings, invitations, and addresses compiled for the celebration of the Duke Endowment’s fortieth anniversary. Among the photographs is one of Mr. Thomas Perkins, a former chairman of the board of trustees of The Duke Endowment. Some of the personal correspondence relates to the death of Mrs. Clyde. The church records from the Independent Unitarian Church in Belleair Bluffs, Florida, include minutes and an address by Clyde on the major religions of China. A transcript of Dr. Clyde’s oral history tape regarding his tenure with Duke University, as well as his tenure as director of the Educational Division of the Duke Endowment is included. There is also a description by Mrs. Clyde relating to the launching and operating of the administrative areas of the Woman’s College (Duke University) in which she worked; information about her service as president of the Woman’s College Alumnae Association, 1966-1967; and the initiation that year of the idea of a Continuing Education Program at Duke.

Unprocessed additions are listed at the end of the collection's Detailed Description.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Inventory of the Paul Hibbert Clyde and Mary (Kestler) Clyde papers, 1924-2001 and undated
Creator
Clyde, Paul Hibbert, 1896-
Extent
26 Linear Feet, Approximately 16,985 Items
Repository
Duke University Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Language
English

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Contents of the Collection

Information File
Box 1
America. Relations with Japan: 1931
Box 1
The Amur Incident: 1937
Box 1
Anti-British Propaganda: 1933
Box 1
Araki. General: 1933
Box 1
Arms. Embargo: 1933
Box 1
Attack on British Ambassador in China: 1937
Box 1
British Economic Mission: 1930
Box 1
British Trade Delegation: 1930
Box 1
British Trade Mission: 1930
Box 1
Budget and Taxation: 1936
Box 1
Budget, Taxation and Finance: 1936-1937, March
Box 1
Budget, Taxation and Finance: 1937, Sept. -1938
Box 1
Canada. Japan: 1934-1937
Box 1
Canada. League [of Nations]: 1934
Box 1
Canada. Missions: 1934
Box 1
Canada. Naval: 1929
Box 1
Canada. Relations with China: 1932
Box 1
Canada. Relations with U.S.S.R.: 1931
Box 1
Canada. Trade with Japan: 1933
Box 1
China: 1929-1934, 1937, July
Box 2
China: 1937, Aug.-1938
Box 2
China. Army: 1931
Box 2
China. Aviation: 1930
Box 2
China. Boycott: 1932
Box 2
China. Chinese Eastern Railway Affairs: l929-1935
Box 2
China. Civil War: 1929-1930, Feb.
Box 2
China, Civil War. 1930, March-June
Box 3
China. Civil War. 1930, Aug.-1931
Box 3
China, Diplomatic: 1929, 1931
Box 3
China. Domestic Politics: 1929, 1932
Box 3
China. Drugs: 1930
Box 3
China. Economic: 1929-1933, 1935
Box 3
China. Education: 1930
Box 3
China. Extraterritoriality: 1929-1930, April
Box 3
China. Extraterritoriality: 1930, May-1933
Box 3
China. Famine: 1929-1930
Box 4
China. Financial: 1929-1930
Box 4
China. Fianacial: 1931-1932
Box 4
China. Floods: 1938
Box 4
China. Foreign Relations: 1930-1931
Box 4
China, General: 1930-1933
Box 4
China. Hong Kong: 1930
Box 4
China, Hulutao Harbor: 1930
Box 4
China, Internal Politics: 1929
Box 4
China. League [of Nations]: 1932, 1934, 1937
Box 4
China. Manchuria: 1927, 1936-1937
Box 4
China. Military: 1931-1932
Box 4
China. Miscellaneous: 1931,1934
Box 4
China, Missions: 1930
Box 4
China, Navigation: 1929-1930
Box 4
China. Northern Government: 1930
Box 4
China, Political: 1929-1930, June
Box 5
China. Political: 1930, July-Dec.
Box 5
China. Political: 1931
Box 5
China. Political: 1932-1933, Sept.
Box 5
China. Political: 1933, Oct.-1934
Box 6
China. Relations with Japan: 1932
Box 6
China. Relations with U.S.S.R.: 1929-1933
Box 6
China: Shipping: 1929-1930
Box 6
China. Social: 1930
Box 6
China. Tariff: 1930
Box 6
China. Trade: 1930, 1932-1933
Box 6
China. U.S.A.: 1933-1934
Box 6
China. War With: 1933
Box 6
China. Weihaiwei: 1930
Box 6
Chinese Students: 1931
Box 6
Diet: 1933, 1935-1936
Box 6
Diet: 1937, Jan.
Box 6
Diet: 1937, Feb.
Box 6
Diet: 1937, March
Box 7
Diet: 1937, April
Box 7
Diet: 1937, May-June
Box 7
Diet: 1937, Aug.-Dec.
Box 7
Diet: 1938, Jan.-Feb.
Box 7
Diet: 1938, March
Box 7
Diet: 1938, April
Box 8
Diet: 1938, May-Oct.
Box 8
Economic Conference: 1933
Box 8
Economic Development of Manchuria and North China: 1937
Box 8
Europe: 1935, 1938
Box 8
Fall of the Hyashi Government: 1937
Box 8
Fishing: 1936-1937
Box 8
Foreign Exchange Fund: 1938
Box 8
Freda Utley, Agriculture, Labor, etc.: 1937-1938
Box 8
Germano-Japanese Agreement: 1936-1937
Box 8
Germany: 1937-1938
Box 9
Gold, Bonds, Thrift Campaign: 1938
Box 9
Gold, Currency, Bonds: 1937
Box 9
Great Britain. China: 1929-1938
Box 9
Great Britain. Foreign Policy: 1933-1934
Box 9
Great Britain. Japan: 1931-1938
Box 9
Great Britain. Naval Conference: 1929
Box 9
Great Britain. Political: 1935
Box 9
Great Britain. Trade: 1930
Box 9
Imperial Headquarters and Cabinet Reorganization: 1937
Box 9
India: 1933, 1935
Box 9
Institute of Pacific Relations: 1933
Box 9
International: 1931
Box 9
Iron Imports and Economic Plane: 1937
Box 10
Italo-Japan ese Agreement: 1936
Box 10
Japan: 1931-1937
Box 10
Japan: 1938
Box 10
Japan. Agriculture: 1930-1935
Box 10
Japan. Aluminum: 1933
Box 10
Japan. Arlmarlen: 1933-1935
Box 10
Japan. Army: 1929-1935
Box 10
Japan. Army and Navy: 1936-1937
Box 11
Japan. Australia: 1934-1935
Box 11
Japan. Automobile Development: 1929
Box 11
Japan. Biographical: 1931, 1933
Box 11
Japan. Birth Control: 1929-1930, 1938
Box 11
Japan. Brazil: 1934
Box 11
Japan. Budget: 1929
Box 11
Japan. Colonial Policy: 1930, 1936, Feb.-May
Box 11
Japan. Colonial Policy: 1936, June-Sept.
Box 11
Japan. Colonial Policy: 1936, Oct.
Box 11
Japan. Colonial Policy: 1936, Nov.-1937, Sept.
Box 12
Japan. Colonial Policy: 1937, Oct.-1938
Box 12
Japan. Communism: 1929, 1933-1934
Box 12
Japan. Cotton: 1934
Box 12
Japan. Diplomatic: 1931-1934
Box 12
Japan. Disarmament: 1931-1934
Box 12
Japan. Dutch East Indies: 1934
Box 12
Japan. Economic: 1929-1930
Box 12
Japan. Economic : 1931-1932
Box 12
Japan. Economic: 1933-1934
Box 13
Japan. Economic: 1935, Jan.-Oct.
Box 13
Japan. Economic: 1935, Nov.-Dec.
Box 13
Japan. Economic: 1936
Box 13
Japan. Economic: 1937-1938
Box 13
Japan. Factory Reform: 1929
Box 14
Japan. Fascism: 1933
Box 14
Japan. Finances: 1937
Box 14
Japan. Financial: 1924-1930
Box 14
Japan. Financial: 1931
Box 14
Japan. Financial: 1932
Box 14
Japan. Financial: 1933-1935
Box 15
Japan. Financial and Economic: 1936
Box 15
Japan. Financial and Economic: 1937, Jan.-April
Box 15
Japan. Financial and Economic: 1937, May-July
Box 15
Japan. Fisheries: 1931, 1934 - 1935
Box 15
Japan. Food: 1929-1930
Box 15
Japan. Foreign Policy: 1929-1935
Box 16
Japan. Foreign Relations: 1929-1934
Box 16
Japan. Foreign Trade: 1935
Box 16
Japan. France: 1932-1935
Box 16
Japan. General: 1930, 1932
Box 16
Japan. Gold Embargo: 1924
Box 16
Japan. Immigration: 1930
Box 16
Japan. India: 1933-1934
Box 16
Japan. Industrial: 1929-1930
Box 16
Japan. Labor: 1929-1935
Box 16
Japan. League of Nations: 1930-1937
Box 16
Japan. Literature: 1936
Box 17
Japan. Manchuria: 1931-1932
Box 17
Japan. Mandated Islands: 1934-1935
Box 17
Japan. Military: 1931-1933
Box 17
Japan. Miscellaneous: 1933-1936
Box 17
Japan. Miscellaneous: 1937, Jan.-June
Box 17
Japan. Miscellaneous: 1937, July-Dec.
Box 17
Japan. Miscellaneous: 1938, Jan.-May
Box 17
Japan. Miscellaneous: 1938, June-Aug.
Box 17
Japan. Missions: 1935
Box 18
Japan. Narcotics: 1933
Box 18
Japan. Naval: 1929
Box 18
Japan. Naval: 1930, Jan.-July
Box 18
Japan. Naval: 1930, Aug.-Dec.
Box 18
Japan. Naval: 1931-1933
Box 18
Japan. Naval: 1934-1935 , 1938
Box 18
Japan. Overseas Affairs Department: 1929
Box 19
Japan. Political: 1929
Box 19
Japan. Political: 1930
Box 19
Japan. Political: 1931, Jan.-May
Box 19
Japan. Political: 1931 , June-Dec.
Box 19
Japan. Political: 1932, Jan.-June
Box 19
Japan. Political: 1932, July-Dec.
Box 19
Japan. Political: 1933, Jan.-May
Box 20
Japan. Political: 1933, June-Dec.
Box 20
Japan. Political: 1934
Box 20
Japan. Political: 1935
Box 20
Japan. Political: 1937, June-Aug.
Box 21
Japan. Political: 1937, Sept.-Nov.
Box 21
Japan. Political: 1937, Dec.
Box 21
Japan. Political: 1938, Jan.-March
Box 21
Japan. Political: 1938, April-Sept.
Box 21
Japan. Political Situation: 1937
Box 22
Japan. Population: 1929-1934
Box 22
Japan. Press: 1931-1938
Box 22
Japan. Radical Party: 1929-1934
Box 22
Japan. Railways: 1930-1933
Box 22
Japan. Relations with China: 1929-1930
Box 22
Japan. Relations with China: 1931, Jan.-Oct.
Box 22
Japan. Relations with China: 1931, Nov.-Dec.
Box 22
Japan. Relations with China: 1932-1934
Box 23
Japan. Relations with China: 1935-1938
Box 23
Japan. Relations with Great Britain: 1929-1935
Box 23
Japan. Relations with U.S.S.R,: 1930-1931
Box 23
Japan. Relations with U.S.S,R,: 1932
Box 23
Japan. Relations with U.S.S.R.: 1933
Box 24
Japan. Relations with U.S.S.R.: 1934-1935
Box 24
Japan. Relations with U.S.A.: 1930-1932
Box 24
Japan. Relations with U.S.A.: 1933-1938
Box 24
Japan. Shipping: 1929-1936
Box 24
Japan. Shipping: 1937
Box 25
Japan. Sociological: 1929-1933
Box 25
Japan. Speeches: 1930
Box 25
Japan. Spies: 1936
Box 25
Japan. Tariff: 1929-1930
Box 25
Japan. Trade: 1929-1936
Box 25
Japan. Wheat: 1934
Box 25
Japanese-British Cooperation: 1937
Box 25
Konoe Cabinet and Special Diet Session: 1937
Box 25
League of Nations: 1930-1931
Box 25
League of Nations: 1932
Box 25
League of Nations, U.S.A.: 1931-1932
Box 25
Leprosy: 1936
Box 25
Manchuria: 1931, Sept.
Box 26
Manchuria: 1931, Oct. 1-13
Box 26
Manchuria: 1931, Oct. 14-31
Box 26
Manchuria: 1931, Nov.
Box 26
Manchuria: 1931, Nov.
Box 26
Manchuria: 1932, Jan.-June
Box 27
Manchuria: 1932, July-Dec.
Box 27
Manchuria 1933, Jan.-April
Box 27
Manchuria: 1933, May-Dec.
Box 27
Manchuria: 1934, Jan.-Sept.
Box 27
Manchuria: 1934, Oct.-Dec.
Box 27
Manchuria: 1935-1936
Box 27
Manchuria. Bandits: 1932
Box 28
Manchuria, Customs: 1932
Box 28
Manchuria, Customs: 1937
Box 28
Manchuria, Customs: 1938, Jan.-Feb.
Box 28
Manchuria. Customs: 1938, March-July
Box 28
Manchuria. Customs: 1938, Aug.-Sept.
Box 29
Manchuria, Kinney report [memorandum]: 1933
Box 29
Manchuria. League Commission: 1932
Box 29
Manchuria. League of Nations: 1932-1933
Box 29
Manchuria. League of Nations: 1937, Aug.-Sept.
Box 29
Manchuria. League of Nations: 1937, Oct.
Box 29
Manchuria. League of Nations: 1937, Nov.-Dec.
Box 29
Manchuria. League of Nations: 1938, Jan.-Feb.
Box 29
Manchuria. League of Nations: 1938, March-April
Box 30
Manchuria. League [of Nations] Withdrawal: 1933
Box 30
Manchuria, Lytton Report: 1932-1933
Box 30
Manchuria. Monarchy: 1934
Box 30
Manchuria. Passports and Naturalization: 1932-1933
Box 30
Manchuria. Political: 1932-1933
Box 30
Manchuria. Postal Service: 1932
Box 30
Manchuria. Railways: 1931, 1933
Box 30
Manchuria. Recognition: 1932-1935
Box 30
Naval Conference: 1929-1930
Box 30
New Cabinet: 1938
Box 31
North China: 1933
Box 31
North China, Incidents (Peiping): 1937-1938
Box 31
Pacific: 1930, 1936
Box 31
Price Commission: 1937-1938
Box 31
Radio: 1930
Box 31
Shanghai: 1930, 1932
Box 31
Shanghai: 1937-1938
Box 31
Singapore: 1930
Box 31
Sino-Japanese Relations: 1936
Box 32
Sino-Japanese Relations: 1937, Jan.
Box 32
Sino-Japanese Relations: 1937, Feb.
Box 32
Sino-Japanese Relations: 1937, March
Box 32
Sino-Japanese Relations: 1937, April-May
Box 32
Sino-Japanese Relations: 1937, June
Box 33
Sino-Japanese Relations: 1937, July-Aug.
Box 33
South Manchuria Railway: 1934, 1936
Box 33
Soviet. Manchuria: 1932
Box 33
Tokyo: 1933
Box 33
U.S.S.R.: 1932
Box 33
U.S.S.R. Great Britain: 1933
Box 33
U.S.S.R. Relations with China: 1931
Box 33
U.S.S.R. Relations with Japan: 1931-1938
Box 33
U.S.A. Far East:1932, 1937-1938
Box 33
U.S.A. Foreign Policy:1934
Box 33
U.S.A. and Japan: 1930, 1937-1938
Box 33

Addition is partially processed; papers have not been arranged beyond original order and may need further processing before materials can be accessed for research.

Correspondence, 1963-1976
Box 1, Acc. 1986
Addresses
Box 2, Acc. 1986
Correspondence, 1944-1983
Box 2, Acc. 1986
Legal papers
Box 2, Acc. 1986
Harold Eugene Davis: An Autobiography
Box 2, Acc. 1986
American Historical Association, 1947-1961
Box 3, Acc. 1986
American University; Biarritz, France, 1945
Box 3, Acc. 1986
Book reviews
Box 4, Acc. 1986
American Assembly, 1961
Box 4, Acc. 1986
Canada-U.S. treaty relations
Box 4, Acc. 1986
University documents
Box 4, Acc. 1986
Duke University
Box 4, Acc. 1986
Furman University
Box 4, Acc. 1986
Davidson College
Box 4, Acc. 1986
Correspondence - Canadian Institute of International Affairs
Box 4, Acc. 1986
Speeches and addresses
Box 4, Acc. 1986
Correspondence
Box 5, Acc. 1986
Institute of Pacific Relations
Box 5, Acc. 1986
The Citadel
Box 5, Acc. 1986
Iowa State University
Box 5, Acc. 1986
Johns Hopkins Press
Box 5, Acc. 1986
Individuals
Box 5, Acc. 1986
Miscellaneous
Box 5, Acc. 1986
Duke University
Box 6, Acc. 1986
Photos from inaguration of President Arthur Hollis Edens, 1949
Box 6, Acc. 1986
Faculty Club, 1942-1945
Box 6, Acc. 1986
International studies program, 1960
Box 6, Acc. 1986
Research Council
Box 6, Acc. 1986
Undergraduate Faculty Council
Box 6, Acc. 1986
University Council
Box 6, Acc. 1986
University faculty, 1960
Box 6, Acc. 1986
Individual correspondence
Box 6, Acc. 1986
General correspondence
Box 7, Acc. 1986
Paul Hibbert Clyde personal library holdings and correspondence, 1961
Box 7, Acc. 1986
Papers and presentations
Box 7, Acc. 1986
Copyright law correspondence, 1965
Box 7, Acc. 1986
Salzburg Seminar in American Studies
Box 8, Acc. 1986
School of Advanced International Studies
Box 8, Acc. 1986
Correspondence
Box 8, Acc. 1986
South Carolina Foundation of Independent Colleges
Box 9, Acc. 1986
University of South Florida
Box 9, Acc. 1986
Southwestern at Memphis
Box 9, Acc. 1986
Stanford Education Society, Inc.
Box 9, Acc. 1986
Standard Oil
Box 9, Acc. 1986
Stanford University
Box 9, Acc. 1986
War Department Military Intelligence Division correspondence, 1942-1943
Box 9, Acc. 1986
Paul Hibbert Clyde calendars, 1962-1968
Box 9, Acc. 1986
University files
Box 10, Acc. 1986
Speeches and remarks
Box 10, Acc. 1986
Correspondence
Box 10, Acc. 1986
Academic papers
Box 10, Acc. 1986
Correspondence
Box 11, Acc. 1986
Personal
Box 11, Acc. 1986
Academic
Box 11, Acc. 1986
University files
Box 11, Acc. 1986
Newspaper clippings
Box 11, Acc. 1986
The Duke Endowment
Box 12, Acc. 1986
Pamphlets
Box 12, Acc. 1986
Notecards
Box 12, Acc. 1986
Correspondence
Box 12, Acc. 1986
Paul Hibbert Clyde memoir for Duke University archives
Box 12, Acc. 1986
Miscellaneous papers
Box 12, Acc. 1986
Includes a photograph album
Box 13, Acc. 1986

Unprocessed additions

(5 boxes and 5 folders)

Unprocessed additions include materials that have arrived post-processing, and have not yet been integrated into the rest of the collection. These items are open for research but have limited description available.

1987 Feb. 24 Addition, 1984-1987

Folders contain correspondence from 1984-1987, Mary Kestler's master's thesis, and a draft for an article on Howell's personal and literary association with Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain).

(2 folders)
Box 12, Acc. 1986
1987 Oct. 22 Addition, 1986-1987

Contains correspondence for the years 1986-1987 and clippings.

(1 folder)
Box 1, Add. 1981-1989
1988 July 26 Addition, 1987-1988

Contains correspondence for the years 1987-1988 and papers concerning a tribute to Dr. Mattie Russell.

(1 folder)
Box 1, Add. 1981-1989
1989 June 17 Addition, 1988-1989

Contains correspondence for the years 1988-1989 and photographic material.

(1 folder)
Box 1, Add. 1981-1989

Accessions 90-013, 91-033, 91-113, 91-151, 92-038, 92-089, and 93-183. Contains personal files and correspondence, as well as newspaper clippings from Japan and the United States in English which relate to Manchukuo, Mongolia and Siam Revolt.

Unprocessed materials
Box 1, Acc. 90/093
Unprocessed materials
Box 1, Acc. 97/024
Correspondence, 1985-1998
Box 1, Acc. 99/354
Asian Perspectives: Journal of Archaeology for Asia and South Pacific, Fall 2001 (40:2)
Box 1, Acc. 99/354
Miscellaneous
Box 1, Acc. 99/354
Clyde, Mary Kestler. Flashbacks to Dawn
Box 2, Acc. 99/354
Watercolor of East Duke Building
Box 2, Acc. 99/354
Various color and black and white photographs
Box 2, Acc. 99/354

Includes autographed portrait of Admiral Togo, Paul Clyde's diplomas from Stanford, and various greeting cards, printed materials, and miscellaneous photographs.

Framed autographed portrait of Admiral Togo
Box 1, Acc. 11/196
Letter of transmittal from Paul Clyde to Pace Clyde, 1976
Box 1, Acc. 11/196
Information folder, 2011
Box 2, Acc. 11/196
Printed materials, 1941-1991
Box 2, Acc. 11/196
Operating Reserve directory, 1968
Box 2, Acc. 11/196
Photographs, 1914-1984
Box 2, Acc. 11/196
Stanford diplomas and tassels, 1920-1925
Box 2, Acc. 11/196
Miscellaneous correspondence
Box 2, Acc. 11/196

Historical Note

Historian Paul Hibbert Clyde was born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada in 1896. After receiving his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1925, he taught history at Ohio State University (1925-1931), Stanford University (1928-1929), the University of Kentucky (1931-1937), and Duke University (1937-1961). A specialist in Far Eastern history, he wrote many articles and books on the subject, including a book-length work originally titled The Far East: A History of the Impact of the West on Eastern Asia, published in 1949 and revised in later years. He also served as a guest lecturer or consultant throughout his career. He also served with The Duke Endowment (1961-1970) as educational consultant.

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Paul Hibbert Clyde and Mary (Kestler) Clyde Papers, Duke University. David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

Processing Information

Processed by Rubenstein Library staff, January 1971

Completed 1998

Encoded by Jonathan Grilli, Paula Jeannet Mangiafico, and Jackie Dean, April 1998 and April 2009.

Accessions 71-34, 90-013, 91-033, 91-113, 91-151, 92-038, 92-089, 93-183, and 1999-0354, 2011-0196, and unnumbered accessions from 1986-1989 are described in this finding aid.

This finding aid is NCEAD compliant.