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Sign [The Sign Magazine, Union City N.J.]. Appendix 1.1
AuthorCarbonneau, Robert E.
Passionists. Archives. China Collection
Pub. Location---Publisher---
Date2013Phys. Desc.Dig. doc.
LocationDigital ArchivesCall NumberPassionist China Collection
Fr. Robert Carbonneau, Archivist of the Passionist Archives, created this name-based finding aid for China-related materials present in The Sign. In three parts.

APPENDIX 1

PASSIONIST AUTHORS: "WITH THE PASSIONISTS IN CHINA" (Note that during the 1927 evacuation excerpts of letters from various missionaries replaced the signed articles. Those letters are not included in this list.

For Raphael Vance see "The Latest From Raphael. On the Mission Front," 2 (December 1922): 216-18; "The Latest from Raphael," 2 (February 1923): 305-07; "Latest Communications from Our Missionaries: At the Baby Farm," 2 (March 1923): 346; "From My New Mission," 2 (April 1923): 394-95, (May 1923): 440, (June 1923): 481-82; "Activities in Yungshunfu," 3 (August 1923): 38-39; "Some New Year's Customs," 3 (October 1923): 127; "In the War Zone," 3 (December 1923): 219; "The Mission at Paotsing," 3 (February 1924): 307; "Paotsing and its Missions," 3 (April 1924): 392-94; "Festival of the Dead," 4 (December 1924): 217-18; "A Miraculous Escape," 4 (April 1925): 292-93; "Paotsing Progress," 5 (December 1925): 211-15; "Paotsing: Tragedy of a Fire," 6 (September 1925): 117-18; "Father Raphael Vance, C.P.," [inset letter appeal] 6 (April 1927) 568; "Paotsing," 7 (November 1927): 245, 7 (December 1927): 307-08; "Notes From an Old Diary," 7 (January 1928): 377-80, 7 (February 1928): 443-44, 7 (March 1928): 507-09; "The Kuomintang," 7 (May 1928): 631-36; "From Paotsing," 8 (August 1928): 60-61; "Religions in China," 8 (September 1928): 120-25; "A Trip to Fengwhang Mission," 8 (January 1929): 376-80; "The Chinese Almanac" 8 (May 1929): 634-36.

For Kevin Murray see "Second Band of Missionaries Arrives in Japan," 2 (December 1922): 218-19; "On the Yangtze," 2 (March 1923): 347-48; "Tid-Bits A La Ma Sen Fu," 2 (April 1923); 392-93; "From Changteh to Taoyuan," 2 (May 1923): 437-39; "From Taoyuan on the Yuan River," 2 (June 1923): 479-81; "So This is Yuanchow," 3 (August 1923): 41-43; "Random Notes from Yuanchow," 3 (September 1923): 83-84; "Forging Ahead," 3 (October 1923): 128-29; "Appreciating the Heat," 3 (December 1923); 218-19; "A Visit to Kienyang," 3 (January 1924): 262-63; "The New Church at Yuanchow," 3 (February 1924): 302-04; "Crosses and Consolations," 3 (April 1924): 388-91; "Father Kevin's Notes," 3 (June 1924); 477-80; "This, That and the Other," 4 (August 1924): 37-40; "Missionary and Prisoner," 4 (November 1924): 170-74; "The New Mission," 4 (December 1924): 215-17; "The Missionary of Kienyang," 4 (April 1925): 389-92.

For William Westhoven see "From My Note Book," 4 (June 1925): 481-82; "Terrors of Famine," 5 (September 1925): 80-81; "Bright Spots Amid Gloom," 5 (June 1925): 481-82; "Luki: A Tribute to Shenchow," 6 (December 1926): 311-12; "Shanghai," 7 (September 1927): 119-20; "Father William," 7 (September 1927): 124-25; "Back in Hunan!" 7 (May 1928): 636-38; "Hankow to Changteh," 7 (June 1928): 696-97; "From Chenki," 8 (August 1928): 58-59; "Meet Our Friend, General Dai," 8 (October 1928) 188; "Fengwhang, The Rome of Hunan," 8 (November 1928): 248; "Fengwhang," 8 (March 1929): 509-10; "Fengwhang," 8 (April 1929): 567-68; "Fengwhang," 8 (May 1929): 631-32.

For Constantine Leech see "On the Yuan River," 3 (January 1924): 260-61; "At Yungshunfu," 3 (March 1924): 329-30; "A Fight for the Faith," 4 (November 1924): 169-70; "Paotsing and Yungshunfu," 4 (June 1925): 478-81; "Famine and War," 5 (May 1926): 434-36; "Exalting the Cross in Lungshan," 6 (August 1926): 51-54; "Lungshan: The Crimson Menace," 6 (December 1926) 309-10; "Lungshan: Random Notes and a New Mission," 6 (February 1927): 433-34; "Fr. Constantine Leech, C.P.," 7 (November 1927): 252-53; "Some Sick Calls In China," 7 (February 1928): 439-43; "From Yungshun," 8 (August 1928); 61-62; "Lungshan," 8 (March 1929): 501-03.

For Timothy McDermott see "Chop Suey A La Kienyang," 2 (November 1922): 172-74; "A Vision and a Hope," 2 (December 1922): 219; "Echoes from Yuanchow," 2 (March 1923): 346-47; "Christmas Tidings To Yuanchow," 2 (May 1923): 436-37; "From Kieniang," 2 (July, 1923): 526-27; "Father Timothy's First Fruits," 3 (August 1923): 40-41; "In Bad Company," 3 (November 1923): 175; "The Martyr Spirit," 3 (December 1923): 214-16; "Six Months At Yuanchow," 4 (September 1924): 81-84; "The Yuanchow Procession," 5 (October 1925): 130; "Yuanchow, Famine: Floods: War," 6 (September 1926): 115-17.

For Agatho Purtill see "Glad to be Alive," 2 (November 1922): 174-75; "A Critical Moment in Yungshunfu," 2 (March 1923): 348-51; "Soldier or Bandit," 3 (May 1924): 436-38; "The Sisters at Shenchowfu," 5 (August 1925): 37-39; "Yungshunfu: About the Only Mission That is Not Harassed By War and Banditry," 6 (October 1926): 184-85; "Yungshunfu: A $300,000.00 Contest," 6 (November, 1926): 245-47; "New Year Customs in China," 6 (February 1927): 433-34; "Yungshunfu: Illiteracy and Insanity," 6 (February 1927): 438-40; "Fr. Agatho Purtill, C.P.," 7 (November 1927): 253; "Yungshunfu" 7 (January 1928): 376-77; "Yungshun," 8 (April 1929): 568-69.

For Dominic Langenbacher see "Kut Wo and Kum Wo," 2 (March 1923): 351; "High Hopes," 2 (April 1923): 394; "My First Mule Ride," 2 (June 1923): 478-79; "A Fact Lesson," 2 (June 1923): 483; "Survival of the Fittest," 2 (July 1923); 524-25; "A Dying Boy," 3 (October 1923): 126; "Chinese Babies," 3 (May 1924): 430-32; "China's Plenary Council," 4 (August 1924): 40-42; "To Shenchow," 6 (January, 127): 437-38; "Monsignor Dominic," 7 (September 1927): 120-24; "The Kuomintang," 7 (July 1928): 757-59.

For Rupert Langenbacher see "The Sidewalks of Shenchowfu," 4 (March 1925): 393-94; "Chinese Circus," 4 (December 1925): 525-526; "A Catholic Chinese General," 5 (August 1925): 39-41; "Our Luki Mission," 5 (March 1926): 348-50; "The Luki Mission in Distress," 6 (August 1926): 57-58; "More about Bandits," 6 (November 1926): 247-50; "Luki Mission," 7 (December 1927): 309-12; "Luki," 7 (April 1928): 571-72; "From Changteh on to Shenchow," 8 (August 1928): 53-55; "Luki," 8 (May 1929): 629-30.

Subject(s)Sign [The Sign Magazine, Union City N.J.]--Indexes
Passionists--Missions--China--History--20th century--Periodicals
Passionists--Missions--China--History--20th century--Sources
Passionists--Missions--China--Hunan Province--History--19th-20th centuries
Rec. TypeDocument (pdf)LanguageEnglish
CollectionPassionist China CollectionRec. #17253