|Lingnan University: a short history based primarily on the records of the University's American trustees|
|Author||Corbett, Charles Hodge, 1881-1963|
|Pub. Location||New York||Publisher|
|Date||1963||Phys. Desc.||xxvi, 216 p. :  plates : ill. ; 25 cm|
|Location||Admin. Office||Call Number||LG51.C354 1963|
|Lingnan University : a short history based primarily on the records of the university's American trustees / ǂc by Charles Hodge Corbett; with a foreword by William Ernest Hocking.|
Maps on end-papers.
LC Auth. note: "Chʻüan kuo wen hua chi kuan i lan, 1934: ǂb p. 506 (Ko chih shu yüan; fd. 1888 by Rev. A.P. Happer; board of trustees registered in New York; closed after 3 yrs.; resumed in 1899; moved to Ao-men during the Boxer trouble and chg. name to: Ling nan hsüeh tʻang [no. publs. in LC data base]; moved back to Kuang-chou in 1904; reorganized and took over by the Chinese in 1927; renamed to: Ling nan ta hsüeh)
Information from 678 converted Dec. 17, 2014 (Founded as a missionary school in 1884; Incorporated in New York state in 1893 as the Christian College in China [no publs. in LC data base]; In 1903 name was changed to Canton Christian College; In 1926 name was again changed to Lingnan University)
Appendices include curriculum, courses, faculty and staff, etc.