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- Collection: Stearns Folder 3921, Head of School (Stearns) Records
Letter from assistant to the Phillips Academy principal to E. Swavely, principal of Army & Navy Preparatory School, August 31, 1917
Typed letter sent from assistant to principal Stearns to E. Swavely, principal of Army & Navy Preparatory School. Acknowledged letter of August 24. Thanks Swavely for background and records on Liang.
Letter from E. Swavely, principal of Army & Navy Preparatory School to T. Kai Liang, August 24, 1917
Letter from E. Swavely, principal of Army & Navy Preparatory School, to T. Kai Liang. Wrote to Dr. Stearns. Hopes matters can be arranged so Liang's work can be completed.
Typed letter sent from Dr. Alfred E. Stearns to principal of Army and Navy Preparatory School. Asks if admission credits can be granted to Liang for work done at school. States Liang wishes to enter Phillips in the senior class, but does not have…
Typed letter sent from Dr. Alfred E. Stearns to Palmer C. Ricketts, director of Rensselaer Polytechnic Instituate. Thanks for letter concerning Liang's admission credits. States Liang plans to prepare for entrance to Rensselaer.
Typed letter sent from C.H. Wang, Flood Relief Committee of Chinese Students' Alliance in the United States, to T. Kai Liang, President of Chinese Students' Club. Discusses current flooding in North China. Discusses efforts to raise money to help. …
Typed letter sent from C.H. Wang, Flood Relief Committee of Chinese Students' Alliance in the United States, to T. Kai Liang, President of Chinese Students' Club. Thanks Liang for pledge of $91.
Typed letter sent from C.F. Jacobson, cashier at National Metropolitan Bank of Washington, to Dr. Alfred E. Stearns. Received letter of January 29 stating Liang T. Kai is a student at Phillips. Will return item to New York correspondent.
Typed letter sent from Palmer C. Ricketts to Phillips Andover Academy. Received certificate of work for T. Kai Liang from the Army & Navy Preparatory School. Lists credits that can be accepted in lieu of entrance examinations. States 3 credits in…
Typed letter sent from Hoaying Liang to Dr. Alfred E. Stearns. Asks Stearns to grant brother T. Kai Liang out of town excuse for June 1st to make arrangements in Boston.
Letter from Milton E. Loomis to Mr. L.E. Lynde, assistant to Phillips Academy principal, July 30, 1918
Typed letter sent from Milton E. Loomis, registrar of New York University to L.E. Lynde. States Liang would be awarded 13 credits based on record. Needs 15 credits to gain admission, specifically 3 units of English. Explains Liang could attend…