Letter from Venetia Cox to B. T. Cox
- Letter from Venetia Cox to B. T. Cox
- A handwritten letter from Venetia Cox at the Anglican Mission's Chung Te School in Peking [Beijing], China, to her mother, B. T. Cox, in Winterville, North Carolina. Venetia writes of sewing herself a pongee coat, her battle with malaria and dysentery, and a silk scroll she received as a gift from her students. She also requests a raincoat and briefly mentions the flooding in Hunan and Canton [Guangzhou]. A native of Winterville, Venetia Cox was an Episcopal missionary music teacher in mainland China between 1917 and 1950.
- June 23, 1918
- Original Format
- 13cm x 17cm
- Local Identifier
- Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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