About The USC East Asian Library owns many rare and unique collections including historic photographs, rare books, manuscripts, videocassettes, archives, and maps. Our archives have strengths in 17-19th century western maps depicting “Sea of Korea”, Korean American history, Peace Corps volunteers in Korea, Chinese diaspora, and Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal transcripts. Access to Archival Collections The USC East Asian Library archival collections are open to the USC community and general public who wish to use our materials. Patrons must request materials in advance of your visit (at least one to four weeks) to consult them in the USC Special Collections Reading Room. An increasing number of our collections have been digitized and made freely available to the public, and many of them can be found under each collection tab. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Use and reproduction rights For information on permissions and rights regarding producing images from the East Asian Library's archival collections, please contact email@example.com. In general, we follow the guidelines as established by USC Special Collections. Donate The USC Libraries are temporarily pausing acceptance of unsolicited books and other collections. We expect to resume reviewing donation offers in December 2022. We appreciate your thinking of us. However, please keep in mind that when the pause ends, in most cases we are rarely able to accept unsolicited items. You might also consider organizations like Better World Books or Pick Up Please, or your local public library may accept donations of used books. China Ailing Zhang (Eileen Chang) papers: Finding Aid | USC Digital Library | Online Exhibition Asian Maps Collection China Society of Southern California: Finding Aid | USC Digital Library Chinese Historical Society of Southern California Collection, ca.1880-1933 Artifacts excavated in 1992 from a Chinese laundry, Santa Barbara, ca. 1885-1905 Old Chinatown artifacts excavated in 1989-1991 from Union Station area, Los Angeles, ca.1880-1933 * Chinese Opera (unprocessed) Collection of Chinese Posters Collection on Democracy Wall * Katherine Sui Fun Cheung scrapbook and videos (owned by Special Collections) Los Angeles Times Beijing Bureau records Mao Zedong Writings Project records Mark L. Moody: Finding Aid | USC Digital Library * May Fourth Generation (unprocessed) Pedro Loureiro Collection: Finding Aid | USC Digital Library Saidee Pettus Hoose: Finding Aid | USC Digital Library Theodore Hsi-en Chen papers * White Horse Literary Society (unprocessed) For more information, please contact Tang Li, Acting Head, East Asian Library and Chinese Studies Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org Japan Alvin Coox Jack Whitehouse Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal transcript Zainichi Korean collection (Koreans in Japan) Japanese Issei Students Japanese American Relocation Digital Archive, 1941-1946 Asian Maps Collection Pedro Loureiro Collection For more information, please contact Rebecca Corbett, Japanese Studies Librarian, email@example.com Korea Korean Heritage Library Subject Files K.S. Oh family papers Robert T. Oliver papers Shannon McCune papers Digital Library | Finding Aid Peace Corps in Korea Thesa Jolly family papers Paul Courtright papers Jim Justice papers Margaret Taylor photographs Gary Rector papers Glen & Dian Odell papers 1988 Seoul Olympics ephemera and printed materials collection Zainichi Korean Collection (Koreans in Japan) Sea of Korea Antique Maps Martin J. Bolhower Collection Reverend Corwin & Nellie Taylor Collection Reverend Victor Wellington Peters Collection | Finding Aid Byron Pat Barnhart Collection, 1913-1985 Mattie Wilcox Noble Collection - George F. Drake papers Harriet Wood papers Harry Ettinger papers Sang Joon Park Collection on Korean Science Fiction For more information, please contact Joy Kim, Curator of Korean Heritage Library, firstname.lastname@example.org Korean American Philip Ahn papers Digital Library | Finding Aid Ahn, Florence Ahn, Chang Ho (안창호) | Finding Aid Charr, Evelyn Kim | Finding Aid Chen, Helen Paik Cho, Joseph (조재길) | Finding Aid Cho, Kap Suk (조갑석) DeYoung, Henry Chung (정한경) | Papers | Finding Aid Hahn, Frances Ronyoung Kim and Richard Hahn papers | Finding Aid Hahn, Gloria (a.k.a. Kim, Ronyoung; 김난영) Hahn, Richard Hahn, Jason David Hyun papers Digital Library | Finding Aid Korean Natonal Association in Hawaii and related lawsuits collection Digital Library | Finding Aid Hyun, Soon | Finding Aid Reverend Soon Hyun Collected Works Digital Library | Finding Aid Hwangbo, Eugene Park Kim, Anna Charr | Finding Aid Kim, Chan Hie (김찬희) Kim Yung Chol (김영철) | Finding Aid Kim, Kyeng Bo (김경보) | Finding Aid Yin Kim papers (김인) Digital Library | Finding Aid Young Oak Kim Biography papers (김영옥) Digital Library | Finding Aid Kimm, Diamond Sammy Lee papers Digital Library | Finding Aid Edward Paik papers Digital Library | Finding Aid Mary Shon papers Digital Library | Finding Aid Won Tai Sohn papers (손원태) | Finding Aid Thun, Nak Chun (전낙청) Paik, Irvin | Finding Aid Sonia Sunoo papers Digital Library | Finding Aid 1992 LA Riots Korean American Victims Association Eui-Young Yu collection of newspaper clippings on the 1992 Los Angeles Riots Korean National Association Documents KNA Building "Hall" Collection (Digitized 2002) KNA Building "Attic" Collection (Digitized 2019) Korean American Archive Photograph Set Korean American Coalition Newspaper clippings (1982-2007) Korean American leftists in 1950s collections Korean American Museum Korean American Oral Histories | Finding Aid Interviewed by Khim, Richard Korean American Pioneer Council Oral History Series Korean American Story (partner organization) LA Seoul Interviews Yang, Eun Shik (양은식) Periodicals Konglip sinbo (공립신보), 1905-1909 Taetong kongbo (대동공보), 1907-1908 Sinhan minbo (신한민보), 1909- Chugan kwanggo (주간광고), 1981 Korean street journal (코리안스트릿저널), 1981-1991 Miju munhak (미주 문학), 1982- Nasŏng ilbo (라성일보), 1984 Ppuri (뿌리) For more information, please contact Joy Kim, Curator of Korean Heritage Library, email@example.com Asian American Haru, Sumi For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.