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- Collection: Stearns Folder 5552, Head of School (Stearns) Records
Typed letter from C.Y. Huang to Dr. Alfred E. Stearns introducing Stearns to his friend Hin Cheung Chan, newly arrived in the States, and recommending Phillips Academy for his place of study.
Typed letter from the assistant to the principal of Phillips Academy to H.C. Chan forwarding Chan his College Board grades, as per Chan's request.
Letter from Dr. Alfred E. Stearns to the United States Immigration Inspector at North Stratford, New Hampshire, September 13, 1923
Typed letter from Dr. Alfred E. Stearns to the United States Immigration Inspector at North Stratford, New Hampshire sending the inspector the requested legal papers of Chan Hin Cheung and inquiring of the inspector as to why Mr. Chan was detained in…
Typed letter from C.S. Crosby, immigration inspector, to Alfred E. Stearns informing Stearns of the reason for Chan Hin Cheung's detention and enclosing the last two paragraphs of Sec. 6 of the Chinese Exclusion Laws.
Typed letter from Dr. Alfred E. Stearns to C.S. Crosby, immigration inspector, inquiring, in response to the detention of Mr. Chan, how Chinese students studying in America are expected to meet all legal requirements and hold in possession all legal…
Typed letter from Dr. Alfred E. Stearns to Frederick C. Ferry, of Hamilton College, offering Ferry a recommendation for H.C. Chan to the school.
Typed letter from Frederick C. Ferry to Alfred E. Stearns catching Stearns up on the academic progress of various Chinese students at Hamilton College and advising H.C. Chan to use his Chinese as a substitute for the Latin requirement at Hamilton…
Typed letter from Hin C. Chan to Dr. Stearns hoping that Stearns would visit Hamilton College and inquiring as to the current Phillips Academy students planning on entering Hamilton College.
Typed letter from Dr. Alfred E. Stearns to Hin C. Chan informing him that Steans is dropping Hamilton from his list of schools to visit this year, not due to the school's reputation, but because of its distance from Andover.