Item #64072 China Trade Bureau Volume I, no. 2 to Volume VI, no. 5
China Trade Bureau Volume I, no. 2 to Volume VI, no. 5

China Trade Bureau Volume I, no. 2 to Volume VI, no. 5

New York: China Trade Bureau, August, 1921 to June, 1924. 2 volumes, large 4to, lacking vol. I, no. 1 and volume VI, no. 6, but otherwise complete from volume I, no 2 to volume VI, no. 5 - 34 issues in all and contained in a library binding of blue cloth, gilt-lettered spine; ex-Purdue University, lightly marked. Issues range from 24 to 56 pages. Illustrated throughout. Publication was suspended during June, July, and August, 1924 and finally folded withg the publication of volume VI, no. 6 in September, 1924. The China Review "is the only magazine published in the United States and edited by Chinese that deals exclusively with all phases of China, political, social, industrial, etc." Regular features include: book reviews, China's Business Barometer; Finance, Industry and Commerce; Foreign Press Comments; The Month in the East; Trans-Pacific Sailings; and, Home and General News; together with feature articles by Nathaniel Peffer, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Charles Hodges, Charles W. Mason, Nora Waln, Loretta Shaw, Chungshu Kwei, Dr. P. W. Kuo, Genevieve Wimsatt, K. H. Li, Ma Soo, James D. Bush, and Robert Harris, among others, writing on various topics relating to China, including Chinese Pagodas, The Modern Chinese Girl, The Future of American Trade in China, China's Mathematics - The Oldest, Approach and Development of Chinese Markets, The Mongolian Situation, Selling to the Chinese Millions, China's Silk Industry, China and the Four Power Treaty, Tibet - The Closed Country, The Part Birds Play in Chinese Life, and many others of interesting content. Item #64072

Price: $500.00

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