Included in these papers are his academic records from the
National University of Peking and correspondence from the University of Wisconsin, 1937;
immigration papers, 1937, 1954 and undated; reprints (in English) of three scholarly
articles by Chang, 1936-37; his Stanford diploma, 1940; obituary article, 1982;
correspondence with his children in China concerning his estate, 1982-83; and
photographs (several taken in China), unlabelled and undated.
Chung-Kuei Chang was born in China in 1895. He studied physics at the National
University of Peking and in 1937 emigrated to the U.S. with a China Foundation research
scholarship to study electrical engineering at Stanford. After earning his Engineer's
Degree in 1940, he remained at Stanford to study physics but did not complete any
further degrees. He died at Stanford in February 1982.
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