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[Students taking notes in a Chinese language class, offices of the American Women's Volunteer Service-Chinese Women's New Life Movement, Chinatown, New York]

Object Name
192
Date1943-44 (printed 2012)
Label Text

The Chinese Women’s New Life Movement was founded in 1934 by the government of Chiang Kaishek, incorporating Confucian philosophy and anticommunism. China fought alongside the United States against Japan during World War II, and many Chinese refugees and representatives of the Nationalist government settled in New York, contributing to relief and fundraising efforts for American and Chinese troops. The Chinese Women’s New Life Movement promoted war relief activities in New York, in conjunction with the American Women’s Voluntary Services, the country’s largest American women’s service organization.

Medium
Inkjet print
Dimensions
Image: 10 x 9 3/8 in. (25.4 x 23.9 cm)
Location
place taken New York, New York, United States
Credit Line
Roman Vishniac Archive
Accession Number2012.80.42
Copyright
© Mara Vishniac Kohn, courtesy International Center of Photography

For all uses of photographs by Roman Vishniac contact ICP at: vishniac_archive@icp.org.