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E-oong was graduated with honors from Mount Holyoke College, attended Yale University and there married Wu-chi Liu; together they returned to China as university professors, but numerous difficulties, described in E-oong's correspondence with Hope Holway, led to their eventual return to the United States.
Amy Holway, after returning from China, taught at Rhode Island State College and later at Merrill-Palmer School in Detroit, Michigan; at the same time she did post-graduate work, earning a doctorate in education from Harvard just before her death in 1949.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The papers of Amy Richardson Holway were deposited with the Schlesinger Library in January 1967 by her sister-in-law, Hope Holway.
Existence and Location of Copies
By: Lou Ann Walker
- Holway, Amy Richardson, 1894-1949. Papers of Amy Richardson Holway, 1917-1949: A Finding Aid
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