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Maryknoll priests first home in Haimen, China, [s.d.]

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This is a photograph of "our home and first building at Ngaimoon [now Haimen] at one end of property [1/2 mile by 1 mile]. On this spot ... in 1940,1941 we ran a free 70 bed refugee hospital. Half the patients were Chinese guerrillas, casualties in occupied territory across the river.

Topics: Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, distant views, Buildings; War victims
Publisher: University of Southern California. Libraries
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:digitallibrary.usc.edu:p15799coll123/17220
Provided by: USC Digital Library
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