Martin Uden’s Collection of books about Korea. (alphabetic order by title)
1. Elisabeth A. McCully. A Corn of Wheat or The Life of Rev. W. J. Mckenzie of Korea.Toronto: Westminster. 1904.
2. Mary Viola Tingley Lawrence. A Diplomat’s Helpmate: How Rose F. Foote, Wife Of The First U.S. Minister And Envoy Extraordinary to Korea Served Her Country In The Far East. San Francisco: H.S. Crocker.1918.
3. Esmond W. New. A Doctor in Korea: The Story of Chalres McLaren M.D. Sydney: Australian Presbyterian Board of Missions. 1958.
4. Lee Eun, R. H. Blythe. A First Book of Korean. Tokyo: Hokuseido. 1950.
5. Ernest Oppert. A Forbidden Land: Voyages to the Corea. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons. 1880.
6. Sir Francis Piggott. A Fortnight in Seoul. Boston: The Living Age No. 3446, July 23, 1910.
7. Agnes Herbert. A Girl’s Adventures in Korea. London: A. & C. Black. 1927.
8. Major R. V. C. Bodley. A Japanese Omelette: A British Writer’s Impressions on the Japanese Empire. Tokyo: Hokuseido. 1933.
9. William Elliot Griffis. Henry G. Appenzeller: A Modern Pioneer in Korea. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1912.
10. A Pocket Guide to Korea. [U.S.] Washington: Department of Defence. 1962.
11. A Pocket Guide to Korea. [U.S.] Washington: Department of Defence. 1970.
12. Sir Ian Hamilton. A Staff Officer’s Scrapbook During the Russo-Japanese War. London: Edward Arnold. 1906.
13. Basil Hall. Account of a Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of Corea and the Great Loo-choo Island with Two Charts. Philadephia: Abraham Small. 1818.
14. George T. B. Davis. Adventures in Soul-Winning. Philadephia: The Million Testaments Campaign. nd
15. Agriculture in Korea. 1965. Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Republic of Korea.
16. Bishop Raymond A. Lane. Ambassador in Chains: The life of Bishop Patrick James Byrne (1888-1950) apostolic delegate to the Republic of Korea. New York: P. J. Kennedy. 1955.
17. John W. Foster. American Diplomacy in the Orient. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1926.
18. Earthquakes in Japan. Bulletin of the American Geographical Society Volume XXXVII, Number 4, April 1905 pages 216 – 220.
19. Bulletin of the American Geographical Society Volume XXXII, 1900, No. 4 pages 322 – 3 Homer B. Hulbert. Korea’s Geographical Significance. (incomplete)
20. Annals of the Propagation of the Faith, Vol. LXX. New York. 1907. [includes pp 143 – 9, Bishop Mutel. The Korean Mission Since the Russo-Japanese War.]
21. Annals of the Propagation of the Faith, Vol. LXXIII December 1910. New York. [includes pp 231 – 244 Joseph Cadars. First Impressions of Korea.]
22. Annals of the Propagation of the Faith, Vol. LXXIX December 1916. New York. [includes pp 229 – 235 Letter from Rev. Joseph Cadars P.F.M. Missionary at Tai-ku.]
23. Annals of the Propagation of the Faith, Vol. LXXXII April 1919. New York. [includes pp 46 – 53 Letter from Bishop Demange P.F.M. Vicar Apostolic of Tai-ku, Corea.]
24. Annals of the Propagation of the Faith, Vol. LXXXIV March-April 1921. New York. [includes pp 46 – 49 The Orphans’ Home of Taiku]
25. Choe Sang-su. Annual Customs of Korea: Notes on the Rites and Ceremonies of the Year. Seoul: Korean Folklore Studies Series No. 3. 1960.
26. The Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Insitution for the year ending June 30, 1891. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1892. [contains pp 429 – 488 an illustrated catalog of the Bernadou, Allen and Jouy Korean Collections .
27. L. C. Suen. Annual Report of the Chinese Christian Churches in Korea. Seoul. 1936.
28. Annual Report on Administration of Tyosen, 1937-38. Keizyo: Government-General of Tyozen. 1938
29. Appleton’s Magazine. October 1907. [includes pp 473 – 479 Homer B. Hulbert. The Looting of Korea. illustrated]
30. Diary of Margaret Thomas. Around the World in 1912 & 1913. Boston. 1961.
31. Milton Reed. A Roving He Would Go: From the Southern Cross to the Arctic Circle. Boston: Sherman French. 1910.
32. Asia and the Americas. March 1943. [includes pp 144 – 147 Henry Chung and Robert T. Oliver. Korea: Neglected Ally]
33. E. Alexander Powell. Asia at the Crossroads. New York: Century. 1922.
34. Asia: Journal of the American Asiatic Association. May 1919. [includes pp 467 – 474 Henry Chung. Korea Today.]
35. Asia: The American Magazine of the Orient. Volume XXI No. 6. June 1921. [includes pp 509 – 516 Everyday Koreans, an Insert of Photographs.]
36. Asia. Volume XXIV No. 4, April 1924. [includes pp 256 – 260 Kermit Roosevelt. After Tigers in Korea.]
37. Eunice Tietjens. Japan. Korea and Formosa. Chicago: Burton Holmes Travel Stories. 1924.
38. Burton Holmes Travelogues. Volume Ten. New York: McClure. 1910. [includes Seoul: Capital of Korea]
39. Philip Deane. Captive in Korea. London: Hamish Hamilton. 1953.
40. Bernard Rackham. Victoria and Albert Museum: Catalogue of the Le Blond Collection of Corean Pottery. London. 1918.
41. Donald Owens. Challenge in Korea. Kansas City: Beacon Hill Press. 1957.
42. Chambers’s Journal of Popular Literature, Science and Arts. London: Chambers. 1895.
43. The Quarterly Review: Changes in the Unchanging East. 1898. [extract. pp 546 – 551 Review of Bird’s Korea and her Neighbours]
45. Bishop Montgomery. Charles John Corfe: Naval Chaplain – Bishop. London: SPG. 1927.
46. Chats on Things Korean. [W.W. Taylor & Co.] Ye Old Curio Shoppe, Seoul, Korea.
47. Jean Perry. Chilgoopie the Glad: A Story of Korea and her Children. London: Partridge. [1906?]
48. Joseph Walton. China and the Present Crisis. London: Sampson Low, Marston. 1900.
49. Chas. H. Eden. China with an Appendix on Corea. London: Marcus Ward. 1877.
50. J. O. P. Bland. China, Japan & Korea. London: William Heinemann. 1921.
51. William Woodville Rockhill. China’s Intercourse with Korea from the XVth Century to 1895. London: Luzac. 1905.
52. Chosen in Picture. Government-General of Chosen. 1921.
53. Percival Lowell. Chosön, the Land of the Morning Calm; a Sketch of Korea. Boston: Ticknor. 1886.
54. Christian Herald and Signs of our Times. Volume 16 No. 26. New York. June 28, 1893. [includes p 421 In a Corean Hospital.]
55. Christian Herald and Signs of our Times. Volume 16 No. 31. New York. August 2, 1893. [includes p 509 W. J. Hall A Journey in Corea.]
56. Christian Herald and Signs of our Times. Volume 16 No. 46. New York. November 15, 1893. [includes p 747 Family Life in Corea.]
57. Christian Herald and Signs of our Times. Volume 19 No. 27. New York. July 1, 1896. [includes p 495 Malcolm C. Fenwick, Christian Work in Corea.]
58. Christian Herald and Signs of our Times. Volume 27 No. 4. New York. January 27, 1904. [includes a Korean cover picture, p 72 Editorial Forum: A Land of Antiquity, pp 74-75 W. O. Johnson M.D. In the “Land of the Morning Calm”.]
59. Christian Herald and Signs of our Times. Volume 27 New York. July 13, 1904. [includes p 595 H. Loomis, They Gave the Bible to Korea and Progress of Gospel Work in Korea.]
60. T. W. M. Marshall. Christian Missions: Their Agents and their Results. Vol. 1. New York: Kenedy. 1901. [includes pp 118 – 121 Mission in Corea]
61. Chesney Duncan. Corea and the Powers: A Review of the Far Eastern Question. Shanghai. 1889.
62. William Elliot Griffis. Corea, the Hermit Nation. London: Allen. 1882.
63. Countries of the World, edited by J. A. Hammerton. No. 24. London [includes pp 2470 – 2482 J. O. P. Bland. Korea; Peninsular Link ‘twixt China and Japan.]
64. Joseph M. Velter. Dämonen und Masken: Als Jäger und Forscher durch das unbekannte Korea und die Mongolei. Köln und Leipzig: Volker Verlag. [1943?]
65. Richard E. Lauterbach. Danger from the East. New York: Harper. 1947.
66. Annie L. A. Baird. Daybreak in Korea: A Tale of Transformation in the Far East. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1909.
67. James Earnest Fisher. Democracy and Mission Education in Korea. New York: Teachers College, Columbia University. 1928.
68. Diamond Mountain Korea. 
69. John K. Fairbank, Edwin O. Reishauer, Albert M. Craig. East Asia: The Modern Transformation. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1965.
70. Ethel Jarman. Eastern Glimpses: being the daily diary of an Australian woman on tour in the Far East. Adelaide. 1935.
71. Audrey Harris. Eastern Visas. London: Collins. 1939.
72. Elizabeth Keith. Eastern Windows: An Artist’s Notes of Travel in Japan, Hokkaido,. Korea, China and the Philippines. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1928.
73. Economic Geography Vol. 19 No. 2 1943. Clark University Worcester MA. [includes pp 148 – 155 Shannon McCune Recent Development of P’yongyang, Korea]
76. Roy Chapman Andrews. Ends of the Earth. New York: National Travel Club. 1929.
77. E. R. Morgan. Essays Catholic and Missionary. London: SPCK. 1928. [includes pp 191 – 217 M. N. Trollope. The Development of the Native Church in Worship.]
78. W. Arthur Noble. Ewa: a Tale of Korea. New York: Eaton & Mains. 1906.
79. Marshall Everett. Exciting experiences in the Japanese-Russian war. [Henry Neil]. 1904.
80. Extracts from the Letters, Diary and Note Books of Amasa Stone Mather June 1907 to December 1908. Vol. II. Cleveland: Arthur Clark. 1910. [starts in Pyongyang]
81. E. F. G. Hatch. Far Eastern Impressions. London: Hutchinson. 1904.
83. L. H. Underwood. Fifteen Years Among the Top-Knots or Life in Korea. Boston: American Tract Society, 1904.
84. Fifty Years of Light: Prepared by missionaries of the Women’s Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church in commemoration of the completion of fifty years of work in Korea. Seoul. 1938.
85. Charles Allen Clark. First Fruits in Korea: A Story of Church Beginnings in the Far East. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1921.
86. William L. Stidger. Flash-Lights from the Seven Seas. New York: George H. Doran. 1921.
87. A. C. Hyde Lay. Four Generation in China, Japan and Korea. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd. 1952.
88. Edward J. Urquhart. The Fragrance of Spring. [The story of Chunhyang told in verse] Seoul. 1948.
89. Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly Vol. LIII No, 3. January, 1902. [includes pp 174 – 186 Robert E. Speer, The “Morning Calm” Country: Korea and the Koreans.]
91. Alfred C. B. Fletcher. From Job to Job around the World. New York: Dodd, Mead. 1917.
92. Mary Trevelyan. From the Ends of the Earth. London: Faber. 1942.
93. Frederick Arthur McKenzie. From Tokyo to Tiflis: Uncensored Letters from the War. London: Hurst and Blackett. 1905.
94. Bertha Lum. Gangplanks to the East. New York: The Henkle-Yewdale House. 1936.
95. The Geographical Magazine Volume III May 1936 – October 1936. London. [includes pp 179 – 183 G. V. Hett. Some Ceremonies in Seoul.]
96. The Geographical Magazine Volume XI May 1940 – October 1940. London. [includes pp 266 – 279 Mabel Waln Smith, Korea: Bewitching Lady of the Orient.]
97. E. J. Urquhart. Glimpses of Korea. Mountain View CA.: Pacific Press. 1923.
98. Frank H. L. Paton. Glimpses of Korea: As seen through Australian Eyes and an Australian Camera. Melbourne: Brown, Prior. [1910?]
99. Fred Harvey Harrington. God, Mammon and the Japanese: Dr. Horace N. Allen and Korean-American Relations 1884-1905. Madison: Winversity of Wisconsin. 1944.
100. Harper’s Magazine. May 1913. No. 756. [includes pp 828 – 839 Roy C. Andrews, The Wilderness of Northern Korea.]
101. Harper’s Monthly Magazine: European Edition. June, 1899 to November, 1899. Vol. XXXVIII European Edition; Vol. XCIX American Edition. New York. [includes pp 102 – 108 Homer Beza Hulbert, Korean Inventions.]
102. Harper’s Magazine. Vol. 175. June-November 1937. New York. [includes pp 503 – 512 Willard Price, Korea from a Nunnery Window.]
103. Harper’s Weekly: A Journal of Civilization. Volume XLIV No 2279. New York. August 25, 1900. [includes pp 798 – 9 Mary Gay Humphreys, Korea of Today.]
104. Harper’s Weekly: Edited by George Harvey. January 30, 1904. [includes pp 106 – 9 Helen Gregory Flesher, The Crisis in the Far East V. News and Experiences in Korea.]
105. Harper’s Weekly. Vol XLVIII No. 2461. New York. Saturday February 20, 1904. [includes pp 269 – 273 The Fate of Korea with 3 pages of photos but missing page 270 so text incomplete.]
106. History of Annexation and Present Condition of Chosen. Government-General of Chosen. Keijo, March 1924.
107. John Ross. History of Corea Ancient and Modern: With Description of Manners and Customs, Language and Geography. Paisley: J. and R. Parlane. [1891?]
108. Allen D. Clark. History of the Korean Church. Seoul. 1961
109. Richard Rutt. James Scarth Gale and his History of the Korean People. Seoul: Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch. 1972.
110. Charles L. Lee. How a Korean Found Full Salvation. St. Louis. 
111. Otto E. Ehlers. Im Osten Asiens. Berlin: Allgemeiner Verein für Deutsche Litteratur. 1900.
112. Fletcher S. Brockman. I Discover the Orient. New York: Harper. 1935.
113. Illustrated Chosen. 1920.
114. Norbert Weber. Im Lande der Morgenstille. Missionsverlag St. Ottilien, Oberbayern. 1923.
115. George Trumbull Ladd. In Korea with Marquis Ito. London: Longmans, Green. 1908.
116. Sten Bergman. In Korean Wilds and Villages. London: The Travel Book Club. 1938.
117. Washington B. Vanderlip / Homer B. Hulbert. In Search of a Siberian Klondike. New York: The Century Press. 1903.
118. Irma Tennant Materi. Irma and the Hermit: My Life in Korea. New York: W. W. Norton. 1949.
119. Lois Hawks Swinehart. Jane in the Orient. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1924.
120. Guy-Harold Smith and Dorothy Good. Japan: A Geographical View. New York: American Geographical Society. 1943.
121. Frank G. Carpenter. Japan and Korea. New York: Doubleday, Page. 1927.
122. Mark Gayn. Japan Diary. New York: William Sloane. 1948.
123. Arthur J. Brown. Japan in the World of To-day. London: Williams & Norgate. 1930.
124. Syngman Rhee. Japan Inside Out: The Challenge of Today. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1941.
125. Charles Gutzlaff. Journal of Three Voyages Along the Coast of China in 1831, 1832, and 1833, with Notices of Siam, Corea & the Loo-Choo Islands. To which is prefixed an introductory essay on the policy, religion etc of China by the Rev. W. Ellis author of “Polynesian Researches” etc. Third Edition. London: Thomas Ward. [1850?]
126. Thomas E. Dewey. Journey to the Far Pacific. New York: Doubleday. 1952.
127. Alexander Williamson. Journeys in North China, Manchuria and Mongolia; with some account of Korea. Vol. II. London: Smith, Elder. 1870.
129. Ellasue Canter Wagner. Kim Su Bang and Other Stories. Dallas: Publishing House of the M.E. Church South. 1909.
130 Shannon McCune. Korea’s Heritage. A Regional and Social Geography. Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle. 1956.
131. Mrs. Bishop (Isabella Bird). Korea and her Neighbours: A narrative of travel with an account of the vicissitudes and poition of the country. Popular Edition. London: John Murray. 1905.
132. Angus Hamilton. Korea. London: William Heinemann. 1904.
133. [US Peace Corps] Korea XVII. (Photos)
134. Horace Bristol. Korea. Tokyo: Toppan Press. 1948. (Photos)
135. Horace Bristol. Korea. Tokyo: Toppan Press. 1951. (Photos)
136. Corporal ‘Ted’ Dickinson and Sergeant Dave McNichol of the 18th Fighter-Bomber Wing Korea ’50. ’51, ’52. Korea Illustrated. Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle. 1952.
137. Korea, published by troop information and education section headquarters XXIV Corps.
138. Ellasue Wagner. Korea; The Old and the New. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1931.
139. Korea 1950. Office of the Chief of Military History, The Department of the Army. 1952.
140. 1970 Korea. Seoul: Ministry of Culture and Information.
141. Spencer Dunshee Irwin. Korea and her Oppressor. Granville. 1919.
142. M. Fredrick Nelson. Korea and the Old Orders in Eastern Asia. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press. 1945.
143. A. E. J. (Alfred Edward John) Cavendish, H. E. (Henry Edward Pane) Goold-Adams. Korea and the sacred White Mountain: being a brief account of a journey in Korea in 1891. London: George Philip & Son. 1894.
144. Korea at Work: Forthcoming five years of development. Economic Planning Board, Republic of Korea. 1961.
145. Lois Hawks Swinehart. Korea Calls: A Story of the Eastern Mission Field. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1929.
146. Ellasue Wagner. Korea Calls: Pioneer Days in the Land of Morning Calm. 1948.
147. Korea for the Koreans: Some Facts Worth Knowing and a Reading List. American Council, Institute of Pacific Relations. 1943.
148. George W. Gilmore. Korea from its Capital, with a chapter on missions. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath-School Work. 1892.
149. [Choe Yangsik, Kim Kwongu.] Korea in Old Western Maps. Seoul: Ministry of Public Administration and Security. National Archives of Korea. 2008.
150. James S. Gale. Korea in Transition. New Yotk: Young People’s Missionary Movement of the United States and Canada. 1909.
151. Angus Hamilton, Herbert Henry Austin, Masatake Terauchi. Korea: its history, its people, and its commerce. Boston: J. B. Millet. 1910.
152. Donald Portway. Korea: Land of the Morning Calm. London: George G. Harrap. 1953.
153. Korea Moves Ahead: Post-Revolutionary Progress. Repulic of Korea. 1962.
154. H. B. Drake. Korea of the Japanese. London: John Lane, The Bodley Head. 1930.
155. George McCune, Arthur L. Grey Jr.. Korea Today. Cambriegde: Harvard University Press. 1950.
156. Korea Today. 1958. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea.
157. Hermann Lautensach. Korea: Eine Landeskunde auf Grund eigener Reisen und der Literatur. Leipzig: K. F. Koehler. 1945.
158. Korea: Its Land, People and Culture of all Ages. Seoul: Hakwonsa. 1960.
159. T. Stanley Soltau. Korea: The Hermit Nation and its Reponse to Christianity. London: World Dominion Press. 1932.
160. George Heber Jones. Korea: The Land, People and Customs. Cincinnati: Jennings and Graham. 1907.
161. James Scarth Gale. Korean Folk Tales: Imps, Ghosts, and Fairies, Translated from the Korean of Im Bang and Yi Ryuk. London: J. M. Dent. 1913.
162. Korean Lore. Seoul: Office of Public Information. 1953.
163. Alfred Janata. Korean Painting. Translated by Margaret Shenfield. London: Methuen. 1964.
164. [Lee Jai Hyon]. Korean Perspective: A Picture and Word tour through Old and New Korea. Seoul: Office of Public Information. 1954.
165. James Scarth Gale. Korean Sketches. Toronto: William Briggs.1898.
166. Korean Studies Guide. Compiled for the Institute of East Asiatic Studies, University of California, by B. H. Hazard, Jr., James Hoyt, H. T. Kim, and W. W. Smith. Edited by Richard Marcus. Berkeley: University of California Press. 1954.
167. Sin Young Choy. Korean Ways. Keijo. [1937?] [paintings]
168. Korean-American Conversation. Seoul. 1953.
169. L’Illustration. Tome CXXIII. Janvier, Février, Mars, Avril, Mai, Juin, 1904. Paris. [includes several articles on the Russo-Japanese War, especially pp 262 – 3 L’armée japonaise en Corée.]
170. L’Illustration. Tome CXXIV. Juillet, Août, Septembre, Octobre, Novembre, Décembre 1904. Paris. [includes several articles on the Russo-Japanese War, especially p 106 J. C. Bilet, La Corée Japonaise.]
171. Gustave Braecke. La Corée, sa situation économique et ses richesses minières. Extrait de la Revue Universelle des Mines tome LIX 3e série, page 229, 46e année, 1902.
172. Villetard de Laguérie. La Corée Indépendante, Russe, ou Japonaise. Paris: Librairie Hachette. 1898.
173. Lands and Peoples: The World in Color. Volume IV. New York: The Grolier Society. 1956. [includes pp 373 – 383 The Land of the Morning Calm: Korea, One of the World’s Oldest Kingdoms.]
174. [Esmond W. New]. Let’s Go to Korea: An Introduction to Korea and the Koreans. Sydney: Australian Presbyterian Board of Missions. nd. [1940s?]
175. W. R. Carles. Life in Corea. London: Macmillan. 1888
176. Littell’s Living Age, Fifth Series Vol. XIV, April, May, June, 1876. Boston: Little and Gay. [includes pp 168 – 173 Cyprian A. G. Bridge, A Glimpse of the Corea (reprinted from the Fortnightly Review)]
177. London Quarterly Review 1883. [includes pp 91 – 105 a lengthy anonymous book review of several titles including Dallet and several Chinese or Japanese titles, containing much information about Korean history etc]
178. Frederick Palmer. Look to the East. New York: Dodd, Mead. 1930.
179. Ferdinand Ossendowski. Man and Mystery in Asia. London: Edward Arnold. 1924.
180. John J. Considine. March into Tomorrow. New York: The Field Afar Press. 1942. [Maryknoll mission including in Northern Korea]
181. C. Trollope. Mark Napier Trollope: Bishop in Corea 1911 – 1930. London: SPCK. 1936.
182. Guy Murchie Jr.. Men on the Horizon. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1932. [on Korea pp 218 – 228]
184. Edgar S. Kennedy. Mission to Korea. London: Derek Vershoyle. 1952.
185. Andrew J. Grajdanzev. Modern Korea. New York: Institute of Pacific Relations. 1944.
186. The National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 139 No. 3, March 1969. [includes pp 301 – 346 Howard Sochurek, South Korea: Success Story in Asia.]
187. The National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 146 No. 2 August 1974. [includes pp 252 – 277 H. Edward Kim, A Rare Look at North Korea.]
188. The National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 156 No. 6 December 1979. [includes pp 770 – 797 H. Edward Kim, Seoul: Korean Showcase.
189. The National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 174 No. 2 August 1988. [includes pp 232 – 257 Boyd Gibbons, The South Koreans; pp 258 – 268 Cathy Newman, Kyongju, Where Korea Began.]
190. The National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 64 July – Dec 1933. [includes pp 421 – 448 Mabel Craft Deering, Chosen, Land of the Morning Calm.]
191. Blanche Sellers Ortman. New York to Peking. San Francisco. 1921.
192. Francis Herlihy. Now Welcome Summer. Dublin: Clonmore & Reynolds. 1948. [Columban missionary]
193. James A. Walsh. Observations in the Orient: the account of a journey to Catholic mission fields in Japan, Korea, Manchuria, China, Indo-China, and the Philippines. New York: Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America. 1919.
194. Elizabeth Keith. Old Korea. London: Hutchinson. 1946.
195. Homer B. Hulbert. Omjee the Wizard: Korean Folk Stories. Springfield: Milton Bradley. 1925.
196. Andrew T. Roy. On Asia’s Rim. New York: Friendship Press. 1962.
197. Dong Sung Kim. Oriental Impressions in America. Cincinnati: Abingdon Press. [1916?]
198. H. Lee, M. Pike. Our Little Korean Cousin. Boston: L. C. Page. 1905.
199. Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, October, 1898, Volume No. 581 pp. 738-759. William Elliot Griffis. Our Navy in Asiatic Waters.
200. Elizabeth A. McCully, E. J. O. Fraser. Our Share in Korea. Toronto: Literature Department, The Women’s Missionary Society, The United Church of Canada. 
201. Pearson’s Magazine. Vol. XI No. 5, May 1904. [includes pp 470 – 478 Colgate Baker, Japan and Korea: Why, in the Light of History, Japan is fighting for Korea.]
202. Constance J. D. Coulson. Korea. London: Adam and Charles Black. 1910.
203. Marguerite Green. Peter’s Progress in the Orient. Keijo: Korean Text Book Publishing. 1928.
204. The Phrenological Journal Volume 95 No. 2 February 1893. New York. [includes p 93-4 reprinted from Chautauquan A Glimpse of Korean Life.]
207. Pictorial Korea 1951, 1952. Pusan: International Publicity League of Korea. 1952.
208. Pictorial Korea 1953-4. Seoul: International Publicity League of Korea. 1954.
209. Pictorial Korea 1955. Seoul: International Publicity League of Korea. 1955.
210. Picture Post Vol. 51 No. 12 23 June 1951. [includes pp 13 – 18 James Cameron, Korea: 12 months.]
211. Ellasue Canter Wagner. Pokjumie: A Story from the Land of Morning Calm. Nashville: Women’s Missionary Council, M. E. Church, South. 1911.
212. L. O. Hartman. Popular Aspects of Oriental Religions. New York: The Abingdon Press. 1917.
213. George N. Curzon. Problems of the Far East: Japan, Korea, China. London: Longman, Green. 1894.
214. Louise Jordan Milne. Quaint Korea. London: Osgood, McIlvaine. 1895.
215. Marguerite Harrison. Red Bear or Yellow Dragon. London: Brentano’s. 1924.
216. Charles Allen Clark. Religions of Old Korea. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1932.
217. Message of the President of the United States and Accompanying Documents to the Two Houses of Congress at the Commencement if the Second Session of the Fortieth Congress, Washington: Government Printing Service. 1867. [includes pp 45 – 54 Visit of Commander Shufeldt in the United States steamer Wachusett to Chifu and Corea]
218. James Noble Mackenzie, Missionary to the New Hebrides and Korea: An Autobiography. edited by E. Mackerchar. London: The Mission to Lepers. [1940?]
219. Frederic William Unger, Charles Morris. Russia and Japan and a Complete History of the War in the Far East. [Philadelphia: World Bible House.] [1904?]
220. Russo-Japanese War Atlas. New York: Rand, McNally. 1904.
221. Scenery of the Mount Kongo Chosen. Keijo. 1931.
222. Scribner’s Magazine. Vol. LXVII January – June 1920. New York: Charles Scribners. [includes pp 367 – 372 Charles H. Sherrill, Korea and Shantung Versus the White Peril. pp 513 – 530 Nathaniel Peffer, Korea’s Rebellion, the Part Played by Christians.]
223. Induk Park. September Monkey. New York: Harper. 1954.
224. Seu Ring-Hai (서영해). Autour d’une Vie Coréenne. Paris: Editions Agence Korea. 1929.
225. Kim San and Nym Wales. Song of Ariran: The Life Story of a Korean Rebel. New York: John Day. 1941.
226. H. C. and A. M. Matthew. Stars in the East: Impressions from a Visit to Korea. Melbourne: Brown, Prior. 1929.
227. Herbert E. Blair. Stewardship in Korea. Seoul: Christian Literature Society of Korea. 1938.
228. Frances Carpenter. Tales of a Korea Grandmother. New York: Junior Literary Guild. 1947.
229. Annie Maria Barnes. Tatong, The Little Slave: A Story of Korea. Richmond: Presbyterian Committee of Publication. 1899.
230. T. Philip Terry. Terry’s Guide to the Japanese Empire including Korea and Formosa. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin. 1928.
231. T. Philip Terry. Terry’s Japanese Empire including Korea and Formosa. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin. 1914.
232. The American Knit-Goods Review Vol. XIII No. 3 New York March 1903. [includes p 33 About Korean Commerce.]
233. The Century Magazine July 1910, pp. 462-472. Clayton Sedgwick Cooper. The Bible in the Far East.
235. The Book of History: A History of All Nations. Vol. II. New York: Grolier Society. [1915.] [includes pp 857 – 885 Korea]
236. The World Call to the Church: The Call from the Far East. London: Missionary Council. 1926.
237. Horace G. Underwood. The Call of Korea: Political, Social, Religious. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1908.
238. The Catholic Church in Korea. Hong Kong: Société des Missions Etrangères. 1924.
239. Sherwood Eddy. The Challenge of the East. New York: Farrar & Rinehart. 1931.
240. The Chautauquan: A Magazine of Things WorthWhile. Vol. XLI August 1905. [includes pp 490 – 578 Arthur Judson Brown, A Reading Journey through Korea.]
241. Arch Campbell. The Christ of the Korean Heart. Columbus: Falco. 1954.
242. The Christian Movement in the Japanese Empire Including Korea and Formosa. A Year Book for 1919. Editor Edwin Taylor Inglehart. Conference of Federated Missions Japan. 1919.
243. The Christian Movement in the Japanese Empire Including Korea and Formosa. A Year Book for 1914. Editor John Lincoln Dearing. Conference of Federated Missions Japan. 1914.
244. The Christian Movement in Japan, Korea and Formosa. A Year Book of Christian Work. Editor D. C. Holtom. Federation of Christian Missions Japan. 1924.
245. from: The Century Magazine, December 1882, pp. 224-229. William Elliot Griffis. The Corean Origin of Japanese Art.
246. Bishop Stephen Neill. The Cross over Asia. London: Canterbury Press. 1948.
247. The Culture of Korea by Korean American Cultural Association Inc. Edited by Changsoon Kim. 1946.
248. Anthony Farrar. The Edge of the Sword: The Glorious Glosters, an amazing story of fortitude and high adventure. London: Companion Book Club. 
249. The Edinburgh Review. October 1872 Vol. 136 No. CCLXXVIII. pp 299 – 335, Corea.
250. A. Wigfall Green. The Epic of Korea. Washington: Public Affairs Press. 1950.
251. Joseph H. Longford. The Evolution of New Japan. Cambridge: University Press, 1913.
252. Homer B. Hulbert. The Face in the Mist. Springfield: McLaughlin. 1926.
253. E. G. Kemp. The Face of Manchuria, Korea, & Russian Turkestan. New York: Duffield. 1911.
254. Frank Elias. The Far East: China, Korea & Japan. London: Adam and Charles Black. 1913.
255. The Far East: Official organ of the Maynooth Mission to China, St. Columban’s, Navan. Vol. XVIII No. 1 January 1935. [includes pp 8-10 J. Blowick, How the Faith was Planted in Korea.]
256. The Far East: The Maynooth Mission to China, 1959. [includes January issue: Korean Jubilee. April issue: Korea; etc.]
259. Paul H. Clyde. The Far East: A History of the Impact of the West on Eastern Asia. Third edition. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall. 1958.
260. Alexis Krausse. The Far East: Its History and Its Question. Second edition. London: Grant Richards. 1903.
261. The Century Magazine. Vol. LXIX No. 4, February 1905. [includes pp 577 – 584 W. F. Sands, Korea and the Korean Emperor.]
262. The Field Afar. Maryknoll. Volume XX No. III, March 1926. [includes p 80 Korea, A first impression]
263. The Field Afar. Maryknoll. Volume XXV No. VII July and August 1931, Twentieth Anniversary Number. [includes pp 204-5 John E. Morris, Maryknoll’s Bumper Harvest in Korea.]
264. Henry Davenport Northrop. The Flowery Kingdom and the Land of the Mikado or China, Japan and Corea. New York: Grolier Society. 1894.
265. The Graphic: An illustrated weekly newspaper. No 1,867, Vol. LXXII September 9, 1905. Supplement: A Brief Survey of the Russo-Japanese War.
266. Minerva L. Guthapfel. The Happiest Girl in Korea. and other stories from the Land of Morning Calm. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1911.
267. Hundred and Twenty-Second Report of the British and Foreign Bible Society for the year ending March MCMXXVI. London: Bible House. 1926. [includes pp 226 – 231 Korea.]
269. The Jerusalem Meeting of the International Missionary Council, March 24 – April 8, 1928. VI. The Christian Mission in Relation to Rural Problems. 2. Rural Korea: A Preliminary Survey of Economic, Social and Religious Conditions. Edmund deSchweinitz Brunner. New York / London: International Missionary Council.
270. The Korea Digest 1936.
271. Carl Berger. The Korea Knot: A Military-Political History. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1957.
273. Homer B. Hulbert. The Korean Language (reprinted from the Korea Review Vol. 1 1901 pp 433-440. [unidentified offprint]
275. The Korean Situation: Authentic Accounts of Recent Events by Eye Witnesses. New York: The Commission on Relations with the Orient of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. 
276. Cornelius Osgood. The Koreans and their Culture. New York: Ronald Press. 1951.
277. Ruth Henrich. The Land of Morning Calm: The Story of the Church in Corea. London: SPG. 1936.
278. The Letters and Friendships of Sir Cecil Spring Rice: A Record, edited Stephen Gwynn. Volume I. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1929.
279. The Letters and Friendships of Sir Cecil Spring Rice: A Record, edited Stephen Gwynn. Volume II. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1929.
280. The Life of Sir Harry Parkes K.C.B., G.C.M.G. Sometime Her Majesty’s Minister to China and Japan, in two volumes. Vol. II, Minister Plenipotentiary to Japan, by F. V. Dickens, China, by S. Lane-Poole. London: Macmillan. 1894.
281. Edward Willett Wagner. The Literati Purges: Political Conflict in Early Yi Korea. Cambridge; East Asia Research Center, Harvard University. 1974.
282. The Literary Digest Vol. 61 No. 9 New York / London May 31, 1919. [includes pp 35-6, 96, More Light from Korea.]
283. H. N. Hutchinson, J. W. Gregory, R. Lydekker. The Living Races of Mankind: a popular illustrated account of the customs, habits, pursuits, feasts and ceremonies of the races of mankind throughout the world. Vol. 1. London: Hutchinson. 
284. Arthur Judson Brown. The Mastery of the Far East: The Story of Korea’s Transformation and Japan’s Rise to Supremecy in the Orient. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons. 1919.
285. E. M. Newman. Korea. The Mentor. Volume 8 Number 5, April 15 1920. New York.
286. William Elliot Griffis. The Mikado’s Empire. Volume I History of Japan from 660 B.C. to 1872 A.D. New York: Bradley. 1898.
287. William Elliot Griffis. The Mikado’s Empire. Volume II Personal Experiences, Observations and Studies in Japan 1870 -1874, with supplementary chapters including the War with China and History to 1898. New York: Bradley. 1898.
288. The Mission Field: A Monthly Record. Volume LII 1907. London: SPG. [includes pp 109-111 Progress in Korea; 263-4 Work amongst Japanese in Corea.
289. The Mission Field: A Monthly Record. Volume LIII 1908. London: SPG. [includes pp 11 – 14 F. R. Hillary, Work in Kanghoa, Corea; 14 – 17 Lord William Cecil, Progress of Missions in Korea.]
290. The Missionary Review of the World. Vol. XVII No. 2 February, 1904. New York. [includes pp 115-7 George Heber Jones, Similarity and Contrast: China, Japan and Korea.]
291. The Missionary Review of the World. Vol. XXI No. 2 February, 1908. New York. [includes pp 94-8 William T. Ellis, Korea: The Unique Mission Field; pp 99-101 Horace G. Underwood, The Growth of the Church in Korea; pp 102-3 Letter from Dr. Samuel A. Moffett; pp 103-6 Ernest F. Hall, Education in Korea; pp 106- 110 A. M. Sharrocks, The Doctor in Korea; pp 110-111 H.E. Kittridge, A Traveler’s Impressions of Korean Missions.]
292. The Missionary Review of the World. Vol. XXI No. 3, March, 1908. New York. [includes pp 199-202 Cameron Johnston, When I Went to Church in Korea; pp 202-4 J. D. Davis, Practical Results in Korean Missions; pp 205-8 Helen Pierson Curtis, With the Japanese Vanguard in Korea; pp 209-212 Homer B. Hulbert, The Japanese and Missionaries in Korea.]
293. The Missionary Review of the World. Vol. XXI No. 6, June, 1908. New York. [includes pp 409-418 John R. Mott, The Urgency of the Crisis in the Far East.]
294. The Missionary Review of the World. Vol. 54, 1931. New York. [multiple articles]
295. The Monthly Review. Vol. I, January to April 1826. London.
296. An Exhibition of National Art Treasures of Korea. London: The Arts Council. 1961.
297. The National Geographic Magazine, Volume II, 1890. Washington. 1891. [includes pp 231- 241 J. B. Bernadou, Korea and the Koreans.]
298. The National Geographic Magazine, Volume XXI, No. 9-12, September-December 1910. Washington. [includes No. 11 November, pp 895-934 William B. Chapin, Glimpses of Korea and China, with many colored photos.]
299. The National Geographic Magazine, Volume XXI, No. 11 November, [includes pp 895-934 William B. Chapin, Glimpses of Korea and China, with many colored photos.
300. The National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 64 Number 4, October 1933. Washington. [includes pp 421 – 448 Mabel Craft Deering, Chosen, Land of the Morning Calm including a set of colored photos.]
301. The National Geographic Magazine, Vol. XCI Number 6, June 1947. Washington. [includes pp 829- 840 John R. Hodge, With the U. S. Army in Korea.]
302. The National Geographic Magazine, Vol. CIII Number 5, May 1953. Washington. [includes pp 635- Robert H. Mosier, The GI and the Kids of Korea.]
303. The Net Cast in Many Waters: Sketches from the Lives of Missionaries for 1870, edited by Anne Mackenzie. London: Bemrose. 1870. [includes pp 135-140, 145-152 French Missions: Corea on the East Coast of China.]
304. Charles Allen Clark. The Nevius Plan for Mission Work: Illustrated in Korea. Seoul: Christian Literature Society. 1937.
305. Sherwood Eddy. The New Era in Asia. New York: Missionary Education Movement. 1913.
306. Arthur Diosy. The New Far East. London: Cassell. 1898.
307. Thomas F. Millard. The New Far East: An Examination Into The New Position Of Japan And Her Influence Upon The Solution Of The Far Eastern Question, With Special Reference To The Interests Of America And The Future Of The Chinese Empire. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons. 1906.
308. Alleyne Ireland. The New Korea. New York: Dutton. 1926.
309. The Outlook. Vol. 68. No. 9, June 29, 1901. New York. [includes pp 494-7 James S. Gale, Unconscious Korea.]
310. The Outlook. September – December, 1905. [includes (October 7) pp 292- The Anglo-Japanese Treaty: A Great Human Document; pp 307-315, George Kennan, Korea, a Degenerate State; (October 14) pp 357-365 George Kennan, The Sword of Peace in Japan; (October 21) George Kennan, The Korean People: The Product of a Decayed Civilization.]
311. Homer H. Hulbert. The Passing of Korea. New York: Doubleday, Page. 1909.
312. Sir Henry Norman. The Peoples and Politics of the Far East, Travels and Studies in the British, French, Spanish and Portuguese colonies, Siberia, China, Japan, Korea, Siam and Malaya. London: T. Fisher Unwin. 1907.
313. The Popular Science Monthly. June 1892. [includes pp 229-237 Charles W. Campbell, Korean Mountains and Mountaineers.]
314. B. L. Putnam Weale. The Re-Shaping of the Far East. Vol. II. New York: Macmillan. 1905.
315. Hugh Heung-Wo Cynn. The Rebirth of Korea: The Reawakening of the People, its Causes and the Outlook. New York: The Abingdon Press. 1920.
316. Horace Grant Underwood. The Religions of East Asia. New York: Macmillan. 1910.
317. Joseph Waddington Graves. The Renaissance of Korea. Philadelphia: Philip Jaisohn. 1920.
318. Robert T. Oliver. The Republic of Korea Looks Ahead. Reprinted from Current History, September and October, 1948.
319. C. W. Bishop. The Ritual Bullfight. pages 447 – 455 from: Annual Report Smithsonian Institution, 1926.
320. Hilda C. Bowser. The Kongo-san. pages 47 – 50 from The Royal Geographical Society. 1920.
321. Henry Chung. The Russians Came to Korea. Seoul: The Korean Pacific Press. 1947.
322. The Russo-Japanese War. A photographic and descriptive review. New York: P. F. Collier. 1904.
323. The Scottish Geographical Magazine. Volume VIII, 1892. Edinburgh. 1892. [includes pp 579-591 C. W. Campbell, A Recent Journey in Northern Korea.]
324. Joseph H. Longford. The Story of Korea. London: T. Fisher Unwin. 1911.
325. The Story of the Greatest Nations from the Dawn of History to the Twentieth Century. 1906. Volume 8. [China, Japan, United States]
326. Mrs. J. B. Cobb. The Story of the Years in Korea. Women’s Missionary Council, Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 
327. F. A. McKenzie. The Tragedy of Korea. London: Hodder and Stoughton. 1908.
328. B. L. Putnam Weale. The Truth about China and Japan. New York: Dodd, Meade. 1919.
329. James S. Gale. The Vanguard: A Tale of Korea. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1904.
330. James A. Michener. The Voice of Asia. New York: Random House. 1951.
331. Hon. Murat Halstead. The War between Russia and Japan containing thrilling accounts of fierce battles by sea and land. np. 1904.
332. Trumbull White. The War in the East: Japan, China and Corea. Philadelphia: Monarch. 1895.
333. Price Collier. The West in the East from an American Point of View. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons. 1911.
334. The World Today. January 1906. [includes pp 78- 83 (anon but quoting Hulbert’s Protest from the Korea Review) The Japanese Seizure of Korea.]
335. The Youth’s Instructor and Guardian. Vol. XII No. 141. September 1828. [includes pp 289 – 294 (from Basil Hall?) A Korean Chief.]
336. Horace N. Allen. Things Korean: A Collection of Sketches and Anecdotes Missionary and Diplomatic. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1908.
338. Douglas Story. Tomorrow in the East. London: Chapman & Hall. 1907.
339. Horace H. Underwood. Tragedy and Faith in Korea. New York: Friendship Press. 1951.
341. Transactions of the Korea Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. Vol VII – XIII. 1916-1922. [stamps show previously belonged to W. W. Taylor]
346. Travel. August 1919. Vol XXXIII No. 4. [includes pp 36-40 Sumner R. Vinton, A Camera Campaign into Japan and Korea.]
347. Travel. June 1930. Vol. LV No. 2. [includes pp 12-16, 60, 62 H. B. Drake, Street Life in Seoul’s Metropolis.]
348. Charles M. Hendley. Trifles of Travel. Washington. 1924.
349. Caroline Singer, C. Le Roy Baldridge. Turn to the East. New York: Minton, Balch. 1926.
350. Jean Perry. Uncle Mac the Missionary or More News from Korea. London: S. W. Partridge. [1906?]
351. Edward Stratemeyer. Under the Mikado’s Flag or Young Soldiers of Fortune. Boston: Lothrop, Lee and Shepard. 1930.
352. William Franklin Sands. Undiplomatic Memoirs. New York: Whittlesey House. 1930.
353. Unesco Korean Survey. Seoul: Korean National Commission for Unesco. 1960.
354. Robert T. Oliver. Verdict in Korea. State College PA: Bald Eagle. 1952.
355. William H. Chisholm. Vivid Experiences in Korea. Chicago: Moody Press. 1938.
356. John McLeod. Voyage of His Majesty’s Ship Alceste, Along the Coast of Corea to the Island of Lewchew; with an Account of Her Subsequent Shipwreck. Second Edition. London: John Murray. 1818.
357. Sir Edward Belcher. Narrative of the voyage of H. M. S. Samarang, during the years 1843-46; employed surveying the islands of the Eastern archipelago; accompanied by a brief vocabulary of the principal languages. Volume II. London: Reeve, Benham and Reeve. 1848.
358. Basil Hall. Voyage to Loo-Choo, and other places in the eastern seas in the year 1816. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable. 1826.
359. Harry A. Franck. Wandering in Northern China. New York: The Century. 1923.
360. Welcome to Korea. General information concerning the history and cultre of the Korean people prepared by Wilbur D. Bacon. Office of the United Nations Command / Economic Coordinator for Korea.
361. Ellsworth Huntingdon. West of the Pacific. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons. 1925.
362. Eliza Ruhama Scidmore. Westward to the Far East. A Guide to the principal cities of Chin and Japan with a note on Korea. The Canadian Pacific Railway Company. 1900.
363. Jonathan Goforth. When the Spirit’s Fire Swept Korea. Grand Rapids: Zondervan. 1943.
364. Clarence Poe. Where Half the World is Waking Up: the old and the new in Japan, China, the Philippines, and India, reported with especial reference to American conditions. New York: Doubleday. 1911.
365. Robert T. Oliver. Why War Came in Korea. New York: Fordham University Press. 1950.
366. Andrew Eckardt. Wie ich Korea erlebte. Frankfurt: August Lutzeyer. 1950.
367. Herbert Croly. Willard Straight. New York: Macmillan. 1925.
368. L. H. Underwood. With Tommy Tompkins in Korea. New York: Fleming H. Revell. 1905.
370. World Outlook. November 1916. [“Feminism” includes pp 6-7, 28, Jean Price, Why the Orient Needs Housecleaning]
371. World Outlook. December 1919. [includes pp 21- 34 Frederick Boyd Stevenson, The Truth about Korea (nb. includes a “Message from the President of Korea” signed Syngman Rhee).
372. John Patric. Yankee Hobo in the Orient. Florence, Oregon: Frying Pan Creek. [1945?]
373. W. P. Nairne. Yarns of the Orient. London: Edinburgh House. 1928.