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  • January 05, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Colonel James C. Cross

    Syngman Rhee's office requests clearance for employees of the Kim Furniture Company to come to Korea and build furniture for the Bando Hotel.

  • January 15, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Colonel James C. Cross

    Yu Chang Jun writes that Private First Class Thomas John has completed his assignment designing the interior of the Bando Hotel.

  • January 19, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Colonel James C. Cross

    Yu Chang Jun, the Secretary of President Syngman Rhee, asks Colonel James C. Cross to arrange for clearance to enter Korea for Stanley Kiefer to work for the Office of Public Information.

  • January 25, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Colonel James C. Cross

    Yu Chang Jun asks James C. Cross to arrange clearance for Sally Sherwin to enter Korea and assist with refurbishing the Bando Hotel.

  • January 28, 1954

    Letter, Chang Jun Yu to Colonel James C. Cross

    Chang Jun Yu, Secretary of President Syngman Rhee, asks Colonel James C. Cross to arrange clearance for the Reverend Edward L. Junkin to enter Korea as an advisor to the President and to teach at Chosun Christian University.

  • March 12, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Colonel James C. Cross

    Yu Chang Jun, Secretary to President Syngman Rhee, asks Colonel James C. Cross to arrange clearance for I. M. Pei to enter Korea and help with a housing program.

  • February 23, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Colonel James C. Cross

    Yu Chang Jun, Secretary of President Rhee, requests clearance for Ida Margarete Choo to enter Korea.

  • March 15, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to General Maxwell D. Taylor

    President Syngman Rhee and Mrs. Rhee accept the invitation for an event at Eighth Army Headquarters on March 26.

  • March 15, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Colonel James C. Cross

    Yu Chang Jun, Secretary of President Rhee, requests clearance for Robert P. Griffing Jr and Damon Giffard to enter Korea.

  • April 02, 1954

    Letter, Chang Jun Yu to Colonel James C. Cross

    Chang Jun Yu, Secretary of the President, sends a letter congratulating General E. E. Partridge on his promotion.

  • April 20, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun, the Secretary of the President to Mrs. H. Duehaney

    Chang Jun Yu, Secretary of the President, suggests Mrs. Duehaney could contact the office of the Army to ask her son's rank, serial number, and organization. It is needed for awarding the Unit Citation Badge.

  • April 20, 1954

    Letter, Chang Jun Yu to the Colonel James C. Cross

    Clearance request for Charles Burton, a Representative of the Rockefeller Foundation.

  • May 18, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Colonel James C. Cross

    Request for clearance to enter Korea for Roland D. Hunter, prospective manager of the Bando Hotel.

  • May 21, 1954

    Letter, C. J. Yu to Colonel James C.Cross

    Chang Ju Yu, the Secretary of the President, sends a copy of the symphony "Korea" and the "Korean National Hymn."

  • May 23, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Lt. Colonel James C. Cross

    Request for clearance to enter Korea for Archbishop Paul Yupin.

  • June 04, 1954

    Letter, Chang Jun Yu to Major Alvin D. Ungerleider

    Request for clearance to enter Korea for Salome Han and Mina Kim from Honolulu.

  • July 01, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Major Ungerleider

    Request that Edward C. Dugan be granted the privileges of using the postal system and the post exchange of the United States Army.

  • July 10, 1954

    Letter, Yu Chang Jun to Major Alvin D. Ungerleider

    Request for clearance to enter Korea for the family of William A. Glenn.

  • July 15, 1954

    Letter, C. J. Yu the Secretary of President to L. J. Legere, Jr.

    President Rhee will not be able to visit Pusan with General Taylor.

  • July 21, 1955

    Letter, C. J. Yu to General Quill

    Syngman Rhee declines an invitation to attend the dedication of a windmill donated by Sears Roebuck and Company and completed by the 24th Infantry Division.