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Sign [The Sign Magazine, Union City N.J.]. Appendix 1.3
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.

For Cormac Shanahan see "Hankow: Some News From the War Zone," 6 (January 1927): 377-78; "Shenchow: All's Well that Ends Well," 6 (March 1927): 502-04.

For Francis Flaherty see "On to Shenchow," 8 (February 1929): 444- 46; "Chinese Contrasts," 8 (May 1929): 633-34.

For Nicholas Schneider see "On Board to Tuan-Ho up the Yangtsze River," 8 (January 1929): 373-76; "Shenchow," 8 (April 1929): 569-70.

For Caspar Conley see "Shenchow: What I think of China," 6 (March 1927): 500-02;

For Miles McCarthy see "On Board the S.S. Pres. Wilson," 6 (November 1926): 241-43.

For Gregory McEtterick see "Father Ernest Cunningham, C.P.: The Story of His Capture and Release," 6 (September 1926): 113-15.

For Walter Coveyou see "An Aerial Ride in China," 8 (March 1929): 506-09.

For Jordan Black see "Shanghai," 7 (January 1928): 371-72.

For Matthias Mayou see "The Hold-Up" 4 (February 1925): 301-03.

For Sebastian Ochsenreiter see "En Route," 7 (July 1928): 762-64; "In Japan" 8 (August 1928); 55-58; "In China," serialized 8 (September 1928): 118-20; 8 (October 1928): 186-87, 189-90; "My Visit to China," serialized 8 (November 1928) 245-47; 8 (February 1929): 437-42; 8 (March 1929): 503-06.

For Silvan Latour see "Seven Years After," 8 (November 1928): 249-51.

GENERAL ARTICLES ON CHINA: Some of these are feature articles for The Sign written by a specific author; others have no attributed author; still others are in "With the Passionists in China" [WPC] but likewise, have no author.

"China Calls," 1 (November 1921): 21-23; Gabriel Francis Powers, "More Laborers for the Harvest: First Colony of American Passionists Leave for China," 1 (January 1922): 28-32; "From Seattle to Yokohoma In Company With the Passionist Missionaries," [WPC] 1 (March 1922): 37-39; A Passionist Father, "Maryknoll," 2 (October 1922): 127-31; "The Second Departure Ceremony of the Passionist Missionaries For China," "Chinese Echoes of Noisy Sectarianism," "Louis Speaks His Mind," and "The Mission Spirit," Previous four in [WPC] 2 (November 1922) 171-72; 174; 175; 175 respectively; "Arrival of Missionaries -A Red Letter Day in Shanghai," and "Missionary Work Among the Chinese," in 2 (January 1923): 260-61; 262-63 respectively; "Arrival of Missionaries- A Red Letter Day in Shanghai" 2 (February 1923): 303-05;

Matthew Kenan Carey, "The Twentieth Century Crusade," 3 (July 1923): 506-08; Harold Purcell, C.P. "Off For The High Romance," 3 (August 1923): 12; John J. Hickey, "The Macedonian Cry Repeated," and A. Hilliard Atteridge, "The Inspiration of Missions," and "With Our Little Missionaries," in 3 (September 1923) 59-61; 66; 86-87 respectively; "More Missionaries" [WPC] 3 (October 1923): 130; "The Retrospect," and "Our Little Missionaries," in [WPC] 3 (November 1923): 171-74; 175; respectively; Dominic Callahan, "Western Passionists Join China Mission Band," 3 (December 1923): 184-85; John A. Duffy, S.T.D., "The Call of God: Its Answer Seen in the Missionary Activities of the Catholic Church," 3 (July 1924): 489-92; Mary V. Hillman, Convent Station and the Vineyard: Mother Xavier's Great Work Continued and Extended," and "Newark!" [WPC] 4 (October, 1924): 93-97, 130 respectively; Rodney Gilbert, "The Brass Bowl: A Picturesque Tale From China," 4 (January 1925): 247-54; "A Missionary's Death" [WPC] 5 (June 1925): 477; "The Prefecture of Shenchow," [WPC] 4 (July 1925): 519-520; Cuthbert O'Gara, C.P., "Shenchowfu: The Passionist Prefecture in Hunan, China," 5 (September 1925): 49-55; Will W. Whalen, "Private Little Chinas: That Are Found in the Life Around Us," 5 (December 1925): 193-94; "Sacerdos Saeculares, "Gold: Frankencense: Myrrh: the Threefold Symbolism of Foreign Mission Aid" (February 1926): 274-76; Winifred Feely, "Famine: What A Catholic Women Actually Sees In Hunan," 6 (August 1926): 27-28; Fra Taddeo, "The Chinese Campaign: Passionist Priests and Sisters of St. Joseph Go To Hunan," 6 (September 1926): 71-74; Winifred A. Feely, "Light In Darkness: A Fact-Story of the Luki Mission," 6 (February, 1927) 408-410; "Jottings From China" 6 (February, 1927) 440-42; Edward F. Crowley, "A Son of the East: The Americanization of a Chinese Boy," 6 (April 1927): 556-58; Winifred A. Feely, "The Chinese Story-Teller: The Racounter and His Audience," 6 ( June 1927): 670-71; "Lest We Forget," 7 (April 1928) 574; Basil Bauer, "King of Beasts," 8 (September 1928): 114.

ARTICLES ON WOMEN RELIGIOUS
"Sisters" [Sisters of Charity, Convent Station] 3 (July 1924): 526; Sister Marie Devota, "Our Thrilling Experience," [WPC] 5 (March 1925): 345-50; "Changteh to Shenchowfu," [WPC] 5 (October, 1925): 124-30; Written and published serialized journal of Sisters of Charity were "The Sisters of Shenchowfu," [WPC] 5 (November 1925): 167-71; "The Lord's Work at Shenchowfu," [WPC] 5 (December 1925): 215-18; "Charity in Shenchowfu," [WPC] 5 (January 1926): 255-58; "School At Shenchowfu," [WPC] 5 (February 1926): 301-06; "At Shenchowfu," [WPC] 5 (March 1926): 350; "Pages From the Dairy," [WPC] 5 (June 1926): 475-78; "Wintry Weather in China," 5 (July 1926): 527 ends serial.
Sister Florence, "Japan: Seen and Heard," [WPC] 6 (July 1926): 306-07; Sister Florence, "Sisters of St. Joseph: The Home Coming" [WPC] 6 (March 1927): 497-99; Sister Florence, "Yuanchow: The Sisters Arrive," [WPC] 6 (April 1927): 567-70; "The Mission Situation," [WPC] [death of Sister Clarissa SSJ] 7 (September 1927): 117-18; "More Sisters [of Saint Joseph] for China," 7 (April 1928): 565-70; "En Route," 7 (June 1928): 693-95.

CURRENT FACT AND COMMENT
"Haters of Wealth" 1 (February 1922): 23; "Obey That Impulse," 2 (August 1922): 22; "Converting the Latins," and "Catholic Student Mission Crusade," in 2 (April 1923) 354, 356; "Diverting the Dimes," 2 (May 1923): 399; "Mutual Embarrassment," 3 (December 1923): 180; "Dramatizing the Missions," 3 (April 1924): 355; "The Chinese Woman," 3 (July 1924): 485-86; "The Field Is The World," and "A Chinese Native Clergy," in 4 (September 1924): 46-47; "The Chinese and Americans" 4 (October 1924): 91; " A Christian Chinese General," 4 (January 1925): 222 "The Catholic Medical Mission," and Peking Union College," 4 (February 1925): 266-67; "The Source of Animosity and Confusion," 5 (June 1925): 443; "China and the Foreign Devils," 5 (September 1925): 46; "Our Famine Appeal," 5 (November 1925): 135; "The Bolshevist Penetration of China," 5 (January 1926): 223-24; "Students' Mission Units," 5 (May 1926): 400; "Unqualified Missionaries," and "The Soviet in China," in 5 (July 1926): 486; "Political Affairs in China," and Chinamen and Bishops," in 6 (August 1926) 69-70, "Moscow in China" 6 (January 1927): 326; "A Reader Reacts," 6 (February 1927): 390; "China's Policy Continued," and "Re-Mailed Literature Appreciated," in 6 (May 1927): 580-81, 582; "The Reds In China," 6 (June 1927): 644-45; "The Heart Rendering Tragedy of Shenchow," 6 (July 1927): 709; "The Chinese Situation," 7 (August 1927): 6; "Foreign Mission Brothers," and "For the Missions", in 7 (October, 1927): 132-133, 134; "Cricket Pugilists," 7 (April 1928): 534; "Medical Training for Missionaries," 7 (May 1928): 580-81; "Our Seventh Anniversary: Retrospect and Outlook," 8 (August 1928): 3; "Protestant and Catholic Missionaries in China," 8 (September 1928): 67-68; "China's Plea for Help" 8 (April 1929): 517.

CATEGORICA: As Set Forth in News and Opinions. Edited by N.M. Law
"Quite Different," 4 (January 1925): 240; "$4,000,000.00 given to missions by Seventh Day Adeventists," 4 (February 1925): 286; "Chinese Ignorance," 6 (January 1927): 334; "The Lone Missionary," 6 (March 1927): 465; "Four Sons To the Missions," "The Missionaries," and "China For the Chinese," in 6 (May 1927) 605, 605-06, 606; "The Church and China," and "Refused to Be Beheaded," 6 (June 1927): 656; "China's Beggars' Guild," 7 (August 1927): 16; "Goodwill For China," 7 (May 1928): 591; "The First Reason," 7 (July 1928): 711-12; "Chinese Hospitality," 8 (September 1928): 79; "Red Trousers," 8 (October 1928): 137.

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
Catholic Nuns--China--20th century
Rec. TypeDocument (pdf)LanguageEnglish
CollectionPassionist China CollectionRec. #17255