Subject Files, 1982-1997 and undated

Scope and content:

Arranged alphabetically, the Subject Files Subseries consists of correspondence, primarily with students, conference papers, articles, newsletters, and departmental memoranda. Of particular note are the materials related to China. In 1988, Jones and his wife traveled throughout China with a U.S. Exchange program related to the advertising profession. In 1989, Jones conducted a weeklong seminar for advertising professionals in Taiwan and a similar seminar in East Lansing for visitors from Taiwan.


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