John Forrest Chapman Papers 1924-1927

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John Forrest Chapman Papers 1924-1927




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((? - 1991))

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John Forrest Chapman was a 1924 Grinnell graduate who participated in the Grinnell-in-China program. He later became the foreign editor of Business Week magazine, a vice-president of McGraw-Hill International, and executive editor of The Harvard Business Review.

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John Forrest Chapman graduated from Grinnell College in 1924. He taught 1924-26 in the Grinnell-in-China program at the Porter Middle School near Techow in the northern part of Shantung province and at Anatolia College, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1926-27.

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  • Chinese
  • English

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Mementos of Mr. Chapman's two years in China and year at Anatolia College in Greece were donated to Grinnell College by his nephew Francis P. Howland of Pocasset, MA, February 1994.

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