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Joseph & Elsie Lee Inspect A Chinese Acupuncture Model, November 1972

Joseph & Elsie Lee Inspect A Chinese Acupuncture Model, November 1972 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 5, 1972
Caption
Prof. Joseph T. A. Lee of the University's College of Architecture and Design and his wife, Elise, inspect a model used by Chinese medical students to learn acupuncture points. Lee who traveled in the People's Republic of China last summer holds an acupuncture needle in his right hand. The Chinese poetry scroll in back of the Lees and the brushes and name stamps on the table are other mementoes of his trip. (Photo by Cecil Lockard)

Professor Lee To Address Club

Professor Lee To Address Club image
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Day
7
Month
May
Year
1973
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Inspector Kwang Shee Chu Visits With Sheriff John L. Osborn, Mrs. Osborn, and Capt. C. J. Scavarda, June 1945

Inspector Kwang Shee Chu Visits With Sheriff John L. Osborn, Mrs. Osborn, and Capt. C. J. Scavarda, June 1945 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 7, 1947
Caption
Inspector Kwang Shee Chu, representative of China's police agencies, visits with Sheriff John L. Osborn, above right, and with Capt. C. J. Scavarda, Michigan State Police, and Mrs. Osborn. The inspector is touring the United States looking for new devices of law enforcement which China may make use of in the post-war era.