Calendar diary, paintings and notes: [Asia itinerary, list, seaside landscapes, map]

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Provenance: Pages 1-38, daily handwritten notations detailing travel itinerary for Asia trip, places mentioned include China (Hangzhou, Shanghai, Ningbo, Huangshan, Beijing, Chengdu, Shilin, Kunming, Guilin, Yangshuo, Haikou and Sanya), Hong Kong, Macau, and Singapore, persons mentioned include Lulu, Alexa and Ronda; Pages 39-40, on recto side only a handwritten list of clothing and personal belongings titled, American Good returned / new items, gifts; two untitled [watercolor?] landscape paintings of mountains and semi-circular beach with boats docked on land and in water; Pages 43-44, hand-drawn and handwritten in Chinese and English on recto side only a directional street map showing the intersection of Zhongshan and Jiefang Roads. See also: and and and and


Type of resource mixed material
Form Diaries
Extent 1 unbound volume, 2 notes, 2 paintings, mixed sizes
Date created [ca. August 27, 1984 - 1985-01-02]
Language English
Digital origin reformatted digital


Creator Bing, Bernice, 1936-1998


Subject Asian American artists
Subject Asian American women artists
Subject Asia > Description and travel
Subject China > Description and travel
Subject Hangzhou (China)
Subject Landscape painting
Subject Lesbian artists
Subject Chinese American artists
Genre Diaries
Genre Paintings (visual works)
Genre Watercolors (paintings)
Genre Art

Bibliographic information

Note Contents of folder includes: 38 loose pages from a spiral-bound weekly daytimer or calendar diary with handwritten notes in English and Chinese; the recto and verso sides of a lined yellow note sheet; 2 watercolor paintings; and the recto and verso sides of a sheet of white paper with corner torn out.
Note Digitized from original by Stanford Libraries.
Source ID sul:M2651_b04_f08
Location M2651
Repository Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives

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