[KS] [Fwd: seeking translator and help with new fellowship]

Chin-Oh Chu cchu at uts.cc.utexas.edu
Tue Apr 27 23:54:42 EDT 1999

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Dear List,

For several months in 1994, I have selected and translated documents 
deemed historically important in the So Chaep'il collection of 
private papers (over two thousand items as I recall) at the 
Independence Hall of Korea.  From the collection, I agree with Prof. 
Chu that Dr. So had two daughters.  However, the first daughter 
actually had a son who joined a war effort as American, possibly 
WWII.  There was no further comment following this and I assumed that 
he perhaps, unfortunately, died in the war. (Does anyone know more 
about this?)

Certainly, Dr. So deserves far more research and critical analyses 
than Liem's book. Liem was his personal assistant for many years.

Jacqueline Pak





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