Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = AMS
Found in 76 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of Ragnhild Whiting (1912-2018) and Sister Marjorie Raphael (b. 1923), Society of St Margaret, Haiti
Identifier: CSWC 21
Scope and Contents The collection consists of two main series: (1) Ragnhild Whiting material which includes: biographical information on Whiting (1986-1990); diary and journal entries by Whiting describing her work in Haiti (1980-1991); notes for talks and addresses given by Whiting on Haiti (1985-1990); material for a biography of Whiting by her daughter mainly abstracts from journals and letters (1980-1992); letters to Whiting about her work (1986-1991); newsletters, pamphlets and circulars relating to St...
Identifier: CSWC 35
Scope and Contents The collection consists of: annual reports written by Baxter (1956-1958); circular letters sent by the Baxters to friends and supporters (1955-1969); notebooks and diary entries written by Baxter describing his visits to congregations and village churches around Mulanje (1961-1962); general correspondence including a copy of a letter written by John Moir (1895, 1955-1960s); material relating to the United Church Lay Training Centre in Chilema (1965-1968); papers, articles and reports on Malawi...
Scope and Contents The Papers of Robert Laws consist of notebooks and papers mainly relating to the work of the Livingstonia Mission in Nyasaland (now Malawi), including notebooks on African languages. There is correspondence and other papers and also printed items including translations from the Bible and grammars.
Dates: c 1875-1934
Scope and Contents The collection consists of four letters from Moffat (c 1841, 1873-1875) referring to engagements and to payment for 'Scripture Lessons'; The Lords Prayer in Tswana in Moffat's hand (after 1870); an engraved, autographed portrait of Moffat; and the first verse of a hymn in the Tswana language in Moffat's hand (1841).
Dates: [ca. 1841]-1875
Identifier: CSWC 11
Scope and Contents The collection is in two main parts: letters from Ralph Morton (and from 1927 his wife Jenny) to his parents and brothers describing his life and work as a missionary in China with some reference to the political situation and attitudes to religion (1925-1937); and letters from the Mortons to Robert and Dorothy Mackie referring to Morton's life as a student in Glasgow (1924) and to life in China (1925-1930); the collection also includes a few 'miscellaneous' items such as a Manchurian Student...
Fonds — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The collection - E2005.13 - is composed of typescript and manuscript material in the form of off-prints, articles, reports, notebooks, letters, postcards, and diary. There are also photographs.Within the typescript material and collection of letters, there is: correspondence with users of the collection covering period 1980-1985; a copy of Manners and customs of the Ba-Bemba, collected by W. Freshwater, Mbereshi, 1906; manuscript postcard notes, and...
Identifier: CSWC 44
Scope and Contents The collection consists mainly of material relating to the Booth-Clibborns' visit to Kenya to monitor the 1992 elections with reports, briefings, press releases and cuttings and correspondence (1992-1993); also includes other press cuttings and articles about Kenya (1972-1993); and some material on the Africa Christian Press.
Identifier: CSWC 39
Scope and Contents The collection consists of three main sections (1) personal items and early mission history; (2) Colvins in Malawi 1954-1958; and (3) Colvins in Malawi 1964-1974. Section (1) includes: personal items on Colvin such as his c.v.; and material on early mission and church history including publications and early accounts and photographs (1890s-1976). Section (2) includes: mission and church reports and papers (1950s); letters to the Colvins around the time that they were excluded from Malawi,...
Dates: [ca. 1890]-2001
Scope and Contents The collection consists of: correspondence, personal papers and diaries, in particular letters to Marwick from his family and others referring to personal matters, to Marwick's editorship of publications and to the Ruskin Reading Guild, and on occasion to his work in Scotland and at the mission in Old Calabar (1881-1901); letters to Miss Elizabeth Hutton, who was later to become Marwick's wife, some about her appointment as a missionary at Old Calabar (1891-1899); the diaries of Marwick (1892,...
Fonds — Box CSWC Small Collections Box 2
Identifier: CSWC 89
Scope and Contents Volume of anthems, New Testament, empty wallet and photographs and prints of studio portratis of Robert and Margaret Laws
Dates: 20th c