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Text:"... devices and set tipon the itnvi-r-.. anil, like pennons. Indlcat- JohnLossingBuck- John LossLnsj Buck, for nearly a century a resident of Dutches? coun- ty, and one of the early settlers In the town..."
Date:Jan 4 1918
Publication:Middletown, New York, United States of America
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Text:"..., sued JohnLossingBuck, a missionary in China, for divorce today. She charged cruelty. Mr. Buck did not contest the action except file a perfunctory denial of her charge. The divorce was a prelude..."
Date:June 11 1935
Publication:El Paso, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... and former mis sionary sued JohnLossingBuck a missionary in China for divorce today She charged cruelty MrBuck did not contest the ac tion except file a perfunctory de nial of her charge The divorce..."
Publication:El Paso, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Randolph-Macon College. After college she went back to China and two years later married a Presbyterian missionary JohnLossingBuck, whom she divorced in I9J for incompatibility. Today read... ''Confessions..."
Date:Mar 6 1973
Publication:Hayward, California, United States of America
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Text:".... She returned to the United States at the age of 17 to enter Randolph-Macon College. After college she went back to China and two years later married a Presbyterian missionary, JohnLossingBuck, whom..."
Date:Mar 6 1973
Publication:Ukiah, California, United States of America
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Text:"... of relief for local govern- ments caught in the crunch of Iransition. In 1917, she married Dr. JohnLossingBuck, an agricultural missionary. They were di- vorced in 1935. That same year she married Richard J..."
Publication:Sitka, Alaska, United States of America
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Text:"... of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian church, in the course Of which she resigned. expected. and. returned -to- marry JohnLossingBuck, a graduate of Cornell, mis- ___ ___ ___ sionary, student of rural..."
Date:May 27 1935
Publication:Burlington, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... the lute 1930s. Her 1917 marriage to JohnLossingBuck, an agricultural missionary, ended in divorce in 1935. She later married her publisher, Richard J. Walsh who died in 1960. Miss Buck did not begin pub..."
Date:Mar 7 1973
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Her mother fell ill however and she returned to China and care for her mother until recovery She married then to JohnLossingBuck a teacher of agriculture and went to live in a toivn in Aorth China..."
Date:June 23 1978
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Pearl S. boot, The Child Who Never Grew, about her retarded child. Who the Harold L. NeUton, Conception, Mo. A. Miss Buck's first husband. Dr. JohnLossingBuck.- a missionary nhom she mar- ried in China..."
Date:Apr 7 1963
Publication:Long Beach, California, United States of America
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Text:"...- tin Prison. "Buck" the maiden name or the mrrried name u' Pearl Buck, the writer? Buck's maiden name was Sydenstricker: her first hur.band's name was JohnLossingBuck: the name of her present husband..."
Date:Apr 5 1938
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... and two years later married a Presbyterian missionary JohnLossingBuck whom she divorced in 1936 for incompatibility Resigned Missionary Post She began her career as a novelist with the book East Wind West..."
Date:Mar 6 1973
Publication:Ames, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... LossingBuck missionary in China, and Mrs Ruth Abbott Walsh's legal sepaiation from the publisher. To some the rapid maich of these events recalled incidents in Mrs Buck's novel The Good Eaith in tLc..."
Date:June 12 1935
Publication:Middletown, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... married a Presbyterian mis.sionary, JohnLossingBuck, whom she divorced in I9:!6 for incompatibility. Mrs. Buck aided her luis-hand in his work among the Chinc;-;e and bore two of his ehildreri. She taught..."
Date:Mar 6 1973
Publication:Amarillo, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... but re- turned to China soon after- waid in 1017 with her husband. JohnLossingBuck, where both vvorkecl as college teach- ers Then maiiiagc ended in divuice in 1955, after which the wntei wed..."
Date:Oct 18 1965
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... life in China. Her husband, JohnLossingBuck, whom she married when he came to China as a young instructor, now heads the farm management depart- ment at the University of Nanking. Mrs. Buck and her two..."
Date:Sep 29 1932
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... be of interest to Americans, ft was a sur- pi'ise to her when her publishers, the Jchn Day Company, Inc. voiced their enthusiasm for it. JohnLossingBuck, head of the de- partment ot farm management at 10 Ann TV..."
Date:Aug 17 1932
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... in the de- 'elopment of younger novelists. Mrs. Buck will remain in Amer- ca for at least a year, while her "lusband, Dr. JohnLossingBuck, s engaged in extensive agricul- ural research in Norhwestern China..."
Date:Aug 19 1934
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... as different, if indeed I had ever thought so, from the Chinese." She was further educated in Europe and America but was not happy and returned to China, where she married JohnLossingBuck in 1917. For more..."
Date:Mar 6 1973
Publication:North Adams, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... teaching career in China. IN 1917, she married Dr. JohnLossingBuck, an "agricultural mission- ary" and lived with him in a small town in north China in the region she described later in "The Good Earth..."
Date:Mar 6 1973
Publication:Long Beach, California, United States of America
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