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CHINA: Exploring the Interior, 1903-1904 is a travelling exhibit produced in association with the Chinese Room of the Newport (R.I.) Public Library, and the Maine Humanities Council. The Chinese Room was established by R. Harvey Sargent’s son, the late Clyde B. Sargent, as a non-political, educational center to encourage appreciation of the people and culture of China. Inspired by his father’s adventures in China in 1904, and later in 1917, Clyde Sargent became a China scholar, living and working in China from 1931 to 1946.
 
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Robert M. Sargent, Curator
6 Maple Avenue
Sargentville, Maine 04673
Telephone: (207) 359-8977

Download a catalog of the exhibit.

Acknowledgements

For Financial Support
Chinese Program Committee, Newport (R.I.) Public Library
Chinese-American Friendship Association of Maine (CAFAM)
Maine Humanities Council
Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities
Volunteers for Geography Awareness, Sargentville, Maine

For In-Kind Contributions
Arnold’s Art of Newport, RI / framing
Liros Gallery, Blue Hill, Maine / framing
Packard Design Associates, Bangor, Maine / brochure design
KMW DESIGN (kmw.design@verizon.net) Ellsworth, Maine / web design

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