Ŏm Ssi hyomun ch'ŏnghaengnok, [19th century]. 嚴氏孝門淸行錄, [19th century]. 엄씨효문청행록

Eomssi hyomun cheonghaengnok (Chronicle of the filial devotion and good living of the Eom Family) YAJ K.5b.3

Japanese, Korean and Chinese Materials

 

Japanese

K. Asakawa, "The Evolution of Japanese Culture: Gift from the Yale Association of Japan," in The Yale University Library Gazette 9:2 (October, 1934): 29-37. (JSTOR)

 

Chinese

K. Asakawa, "The Gift of the Honorable Hsiang-Hsi K'Ung, M.A. 1907," The Yale University Library Gazette 15:4 (April, 1941): 85-96. (JSTOR

 

Korean

Forty-four rare Korean books were acquired by Yale as a gift from the Yale Association of Japan in 1934, which forms the majority of the Korean rare materials in the Beinecke's collection.  These forty-four books were cataloged and described by the National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage of Korean (NRICH) in 2011 and published in their work, Korean Rare Books and Manuscripts at Yale University: Korean Cultural Heritage in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library (ISBN: 978-89-6325-661-0 ). (Orbis)

"Recent Acquisitions," The Yale University Library Gazette 47:4 (April, 1973): 235 (JSTOR)

The thousand character classic, Ch'ŏnjamun, used to teach Chinese characters to children. Each character has the pronunciation in the Korean alphabet below. YAJ K5b.4