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Typed letter from Dr. Alfred E. Stearns' secretary to H.F. Yung informing Yung of Dr. Stearn's absence from Andover through September 1st. Lets Yung know that funds may be available for him upon request.

Handwritten letter from H.F. Yung to Dr. A.E. Stearns from the Chinese Conference at Syracuse University. Wishes to know the start date of the school and whether the start date will conflict with a planned lecture at the conference that Yung wishes…

Typed letter from Dr. Alfred E. Stearns' secretary to H.F. Yung. Lets Yung know that reporting a day late to the school will be acceptable and inquiries Yung as to whether or not his brother will be a student for the upcoming year.

Typed letter from the United States Commissioner of Immigration, H.J. Skeffington, to Dr. Alfred E. Stearns inquiring whether or not Yung Hin Wa is present as a student at the Andover Academy, in compliance with his admission to the United States at…

Typed letter from Dr. Alfred E. Stearns' secretary to H.J. Skeffington acknowledging that the Andover Academy has Yung Hin Wa as a student and that his brother has been a student for over a year as well.

Handwritten letter from Hin Fun Yung to Dr. A.E. Stearns. Mentions a friend made at camp and plans to travel to the Chinese Conference on the 26th or 27th. Inquires as to whether or not the bank has received any money from his family back home and…

Handwritten letter from Hin Fun Yung to M.L. Jones. Thanks M.L. Jones for notifying him of Dr. Stearns' absence and lets her know that he is currently not in need of money.

Typed letter from H.F. Yung to Cecil K. Bancroft notifying Bancroft that his brother H.W. Yung will not be attending the upcoming school year at Phillips Academy and not to reserve a room for him.

Handwritten letter from Art, Dr. Arthur F. Stearns, to Dr. Alfred E. Stearns, describing an incident at the school in which Mr. Yung ran out of Mr. Hicks' algebra class claiming that Mr. Hicks was his enemy and was making his life miserable. Also…

Typed letter from Dr. Alfred E. Stearns to Arthur F. Stearns informing him that Yung has been committed to a mental hospital and that Mr. Hicks is safe at present.
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