American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions archives, 1810-1961.


American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions archives, 1810-1961.

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions archives, 1810-1961.

Records of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, including personal papers and photographs of individuals and organizations associated with it.

(1261 linear ft.)

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Rejchrt, Ludvik (person)

Downs, Aaron (person)

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Mora, Ricardo (Mora Villarrubia) (person)

Goodsell, Fred Field, 1880-1976 (person)

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Gertrude Zenk (person)

Macdonald, Angus, -1966 (person)

Steele, Edmund D. (person)

Floyd Black (person)

Sophia Nye (person)

Kent, Abbie (person)

Yamaoka, Tadakata (person)

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Dr. W. W. Peet (person)

Goodrich, Chauncy (person)

Wood, E. Loleta (person)

Congregational Christian Historical Soc. (corporateBody)

Dorothy Donnelly) (person)

Christian Higher Education Fund (corporateBody)

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Hansen, Kate Ingeborg (person)

Jo, Mrs. Nobu (person)

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Newell, Mrs. George M.) (person)

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Rufus Anderson. (person)

Gertrude Benedict (person)

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Miller, George F. (person)

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Farris, Elsie M. (person)

Pang, Chih-Kun (person)

Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. (person)

Saptal, D. D. (person)

Uline, Mary D. (person)

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Reuling, Mrs. John (Eleanor) (person)

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Leach, Henry (Harry) (person)

Cambuta, Valentin (person)

Jackson, Richard L., 1937-.... (person)

Snelling, Alfred (person)

Booth, William R. (person)

Adrouny, George A. (person)

Worcester, S. A. (Samuel Austin), 1798-1859 (person)

Worcester worked as a missionary for the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions from 1825 to 1859, serving the Cherokee Nation at Brainerd Mission, Tennessee; New Echota, Georgia; and in Indian Territory [Oklahoma]. During the state of Georgia's attempt to remove the Cherokee, Worcester refused to cooperate fully and was imprisoned from 1831 to 1833. In 1835, he and his wife Ann moved to Indian Territory where he set up his printing press at Dwight Mission and later Park Hill. Duri...

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Anderson, Mary E. (Mary Evarts), 1838-1905 (person)

Bieser, Marilyn Candace (person)

Foochow Mission (corporateBody)

Sano, Genichiro (person)

Jones, Robert Lowell (person)

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Gulick, Julia A. (person)

Isely, Merrill (person)

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Savimbi, Lot Malheiro (person)

Alexanian, Mrs. Armine (person)

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Stelle, Mr. and Mrs. William B. (person)

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Yin, Mrs. (person)

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Asbury, R. O. D. (person)

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Josephine Russell (person)

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Harriet Meade (person)

Logan, Robert W. (Robert William), 1843-1887 (person)

Lord, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. (person)

Smith, Cynthia M. (person)

Richmond, Elizabeth (person)

Robinson, Henry E. (person)

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Candidate Committee. (corporateBody)

Emma Dreisbach) (person)

Lovatt, Ethel (person)

Hemingway, Isabel (person)

Faith Boardman (person)

Hume, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson (person)

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MacLachlan, Sarah Snell (person)

Fay, Warren. (person)

Liahuca, Mr. and Mrs. Paulino G. (person)

Seymour, Harriet (person)

Gates, Pauline (person)

Dorothy Hack) (person)

Redick, Emma C. (person)

Heyer, Edward Leon (person)

Parmalee, M. P. (person)

Williams, George L. (person)

Simango, Bede J. (person)

Galt, Howard S. (person)

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F. H. Leslie (person)

Perrin, Jesse F. (person)

White, Mrs. Minerva Weil (person)

William Chew (person)

Dorothy Ballard (person)

Shelton, Charles S. - (person)

Dwight, Henry Otis, 1843-1917 (person)

Dorothy Van Wie (person)

Wilson, Eleanor (person)

Chapin, Calvin (person)

Florence Morse (person)

Robinson, Dorothy Medders, -1982 (person)

Seabury, Ruth Isabel (person)

Kelsey, Henry H. (person)

Moody, Mrs. Ambert G. (person)

Hemenway, Asa (person)

Heine, Carl R. (person)

Farnham, Laura E. (person)

Edwards, James F. (person)

Spaulding, Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim (person)

Jones, Mr. and Mrs. John P. (person)

Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. (person)

Wells, Elizabeth J. (person)

E. A.? Tripp. (person)

Syrian Protestant College (corporateBody)

American Middle East Relief (corporateBody)

Smiley, Helen H. (person)

Patrick, Mary Mills, 1850-1940 (person)

President, Constantinople Woman's College, 1890-1924. From the description of Mary Mills Patrick papers, 1875-1924. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867193 Biographical/Historical Note President, Constantinople Woman's College, 1890-1924. From the guide to the Mary Mills Patrick papers, 1875-1924, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Clarke, James (person)

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Dizney, Helen (person)

Branneky, Vernon H. (person)

Wheeler, C. H. (Crosby Howard), 1823-1896 (person)

Nussman, Oscar C. (person)

Mary S. Damon (person)

Strong, William E. (person)

Smith, Mrs. T. S. (Emily) (person)

Blakeslee, Harold L. (person)

Harris, Gertrude, 1914- (person)

Rorer, Dr. (person)

Bascom, Dorothy E. (person)

Greene, Theodore Ainsworth (person)

Western Africa (corporateBody)

Patton, Cornelius H. (Cornelius Howard), 1860-1939 (person)

William Wordsworth (1770-1850) was an English Romantic poet. Cornelius H. Patton (1860-1939), Amherst class of 1883 and Trustee of the College from 1905-1939, was a clergyman, author, and collector of Wordsworthiana. Patton published The Rediscovery of Wordsworth in 1935 and The Amherst Wordsworth Collection: A Descriptive Bibliography in 1936. From the guide to the William Wordsworth Manuscript Collection MA. 00247., 1815-1850, (Amherst College Archives and ...

Bridgman, Laura Brainerd Nichols. (person)

Partridge, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. (person)

Ethel Grant (person)

Bunker, Fred Robert, 1859-1946 (person)

Thelin, Mr. and Mrs. Guy (person)

Hibbard, Esther L. (Esther Lowell), 1903- (person)

Pruitt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. (person)

Evambi, Francisco E. (person)

Stanwood, E. Harriet (person)

Merrill, Charles C., 1872-1961 (person)

Tolley, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. (person)

Rosenkranz, Patricia L. (person)

Puznooni, Badvelli Hovhannes (person)

Chandala, Mariano and Adelina (person)

American Council of Learned Societies. Meeting (corporateBody)

Founded in 1919 to promote advancement of the humanities, the American Council of Learned Societies represents about 30 societies and association. Serves as the spokesgroup for the International Union of Academics. The Council publishes "Speculum" and "The Journal of the History of Ideas", and also helps administer the Fulbright Program. From the description of Collection, 1956-1964. (Texas Tech University). WorldCat record id: 23196764 ...

Fairbank, Samuel B. and Mary (person)

Dille, Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. (person)

Scott, Philip B. (person)

Keith, S. Emma (person)

Ely, Mary A. C. (person)

Thompson, Dr. and Mrs. W. L. (person)

First Central Cong'l Church (corporateBody)

White, Hugh Vernon, 1889- (person)

German Reformed Church (corporateBody)

Hume, Mrs. E. S. (Lottie E.) (person)

Worcester, Samuel A. (person)

James, Mrs. Stanley K. (person)

Caroline MacMillan (person)

Kromer, Helen (person)

Deutscher Evanglischer Missions-Rat (corporateBody)

Chen, Christopher (person)

Olds, Mr. and Mrs. C. Burnell (person)

Reumann, Mr. and Mrs. Otto G. (person)

Strehlan, Marguerite (person)

Marques, Mr. and Mrs. Elias B. (person)

Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. J. Riggs (person)

Brokenshire, Herbert, Dr. (person)

Walker, Augustus (person)

Tibbetts, Manley D. (person)

ABCFM Committee (corporateBody)

Strong, Tracy (person)

Ngobo, Vuzumuzi (person)

Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. George M. (person)

Katharine E. Clark (person)

Haehlen, Maurla (person)

Claflin, George P. (person)

Chellayah, Mrs. (person)

Diaz, Edward (person)

Edith Hoover) (person)

Maurer, Oscar E. (Oscar Edward), 1878- (person)

Gertrude Mason (person)

Quincy Point Cong'l Church (corporateBody)

Miller, Mrs. John X. (person)

Dibble, Laurette A. (person)

Mabel Ellis (person)

Bissell, Julia (person)

Richards, Linda (person)

Howland, William W. (William Ware), 1817-1892 (person)

Barrows, John Otis (person)

Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. William (person)

Chavarria, Florentino (person)

Severinghaus, Elmer Louis, 1894-1980 (person)

Elmer Louis Severinghaus was a biochemist. From the description of Letters, 1920-1945. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 154298115 From the guide to the Elmer Louis Severinghaus letters, 1920-1945, 1920-1945, (American Philosophical Society) ...

Belcher, Harold B. (person)

Miller, Janette E. (person)

Sayegh, Fayez A. (Fayez Abdullah), 1922-1980 (person)

Dr. Fayez A. Sayegh was a distinguished educator, United Nations diplomat, and writer. From the description of Fayez A. Sayegh collection. 1901-1984. (University of Utah). WorldCat record id: 502262545 ...

Hastings, Dr. and Mrs. Harland C. (person)

Tribbuan (person)

Abbott, Amos, 1786-1868 (person)

Massachusetts congressman. From the guide to the Amos Abbott autographs, undated, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) ...

Barns, ... (person)

Tracy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. (person)

Essebaggers, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore (person)

Raymond Massey. (person)

Mary D. Sargent (person)

Darrow, Alice Marie (person)

Avery, C. Robert (person)

Bradley, Sara Essex (person)

Hume, Theodore Carswell, 1904-1943 (person)

Theodore Carswell Hume (1904-1943) was a Congregational minister in Chicago and California. He died in Europe while serving as emissary of the American churches under the auspices of the American Church Committee on Relief and Reconstruction and the World Council of Churches. From the description of Theodore Carswell Hume papers, 1929-1969 (inclusive), 1939-1944 (bulk). (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 702153271 1904 ...

Assyrian mission (corporateBody)

Meacham, Doris V. (person)

Mary Fulmer) (person)

Fiske, Mr. and Mrs. James A. (person)

Case, Harold W. (person)

United States. Embassy. (corporateBody)

Emily Richter (person)

June R. Christofersen (person)

Henrie, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney (person)

Douglas, Mrs. Harold L. (person)

Howe, Annie Lyon, 1852-1943 (person)

Consuelo Dayoan (person)

Walker, J. E. (person)

Shidyaq, Parezesh. (person)

Cushman, Mary Floyd (person)

Jeyasingam, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. (person)

Ma, Miss (person)

Farnham, Laura (person)

Asante, Samuel K. (person)

Singapore mission (corporateBody)

Mapanao, Eliezar D. (person)

National Laymen's Fellowship of the Congregational Christian Churches (corporateBody)

Marsh, Mrs. George L.) (person)

Hitchcock, Mrs. W. E. (Hattie) (person)

Mitchell, Jean Eileen (person)

Mildred Hall (person)

Edwards, Frank L. L. (person)

Oberlin College (corporateBody)

Overing, Ruth Vinal (person)

Religion in American Life, Inc. (corporateBody)

Wolcott, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (person)

Sesson (person)

Krueger, Naomi (person)

Sargent, William G. (person)

Tuers, Elizabeth Ruth (person)

Ceylon missions (corporateBody)

McDowell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Curtis (person)

Porter, Mary H. (person)

Clark, Florence M. (person)

McKinley, James F. (James Fuller), 1880-1941 (person)

Hartwell, C. H (person)

Smith, Helen Huntington (person)

Kopf, Carl Heath, 1902-1958 (person)

Dorward, James Cheyne (person)

Willard, Charlotte R. (person)

A. H. Paramasamy (person)

Church of the Redeemer (corporateBody)

White, R. F. M. (Raymond Frederick Martin) (person)

Mary Frances) (person)

Ladd, Carolyn E. (person)

Holton, E. P. (person)

Foreman, Lucile (person)

Dorman, H. G. (person)

Newell, Mr. and Mrs. George M. (person)

Christie, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. (person)

Gregory, Paul R (person)

Houghton, Gladys (person)

Nugent, Belle (person)

Berberian, Nahe (person)

Hoskins, Mrs. F. E. (Harriette) (person)

Marathi Mission (corporateBody)

Robeson, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace M. (person)

Nunn, Irmalyn. (person)

Smith, Judson, 1944- (person)

Robinson, Mrs. Chester G. (person)

Fairbank, Mary (person)

Stewart, Anne Aileen (person)

Dora Shank (person)

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Coons, Mrs. Alfred H. (person)

Lloyd, Mrs. Gwilym (person)

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Baker, Kenrick M. (person)

McCowan, Jessie (person)

Clark, Mrs. C. E. (Ina V. L.) (person)

Kuzawayo, Clifford C. (person)

Sara Livermore (person)

Michaelidou, Sophia (person)

Aroot mission (corporateBody)

Campbell, Mrs. I. C. G. (person)

Leonard, Elizabeth Nakashima (person)

American Farm School at Saloniki. (corporateBody)

Jean B. Spaulding) (person)

Santi, Teofilo (person)

Advance and Messenger (corporateBody)

Mary Williams (person)

D. H. Gulick (person)

Ann Hasseltine (person)

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Jones, Lois Nancy (person)

Van Aartsen, William A. (person)

Helly, Mrs. Dorothy Oxman. (person)

Dianta J. Baker) (person)

Alice C. Bewer (person)

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Simango, Kamba (person)

Locke, Edwin (person)

Mary Snell Steele) (person)

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Carson, James G. (person)

Buma, Kentaro (person)

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Wright, Mrs. Horace K. (person)

Rebecca W. Williams (person)

Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. William Nesbitt (person)

McNaughton, Mrs. James P. (Rebecca) (person)

Bowen, Mrs. Albert (person)

Jacobus, Gertrude (person)

Chang, Timothy Scott (person)

Laubach, Rev. and Mrs. Frank. (person)

Case, Herbert E. B. (person)

Beach, Mrs. Frederick P. (Ruth) (person)

Atkinson, John Laidlaw, 1842-1908 (person)

Mary White (person)

Howland, Susan R. (person)

Marry R. Steele) (person)

Sumerville, Harriet M. (person)

Bliss, Theodora Crosley (person)

M. Walker (person)

Curtis, Winnifred E. (person)

Chapin, Mr. and Mrs. William W. (person)

Tetzloff, Loy Robin (person)

Dyer, Lora G. Survey (person)

Marguerite Caudnon (person)

Kullīyat al-Lāhūt lil-Sharq al-Adná (corporateBody)

Ira West (person)

Agnes Kelly) (person)

Johnson, Mary Rankin (person)

Manekswar, Vishram S. (person)

Stephens, Mary A. (person)

Shepard, Frederick Douglas (person)

Eleanor L. Burnett) (person)

Berberian, Vahe A. (person)

Mills, K. J. (person)

Onslow-Carleton, Mr. and Mrs. William McNeill (person)

Larkin, Ralph B. (person)

Ashman, J. (Liberia). (person)

Bardez, Anna (person)

Baumgartner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul (person)

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Banner and Greif Public Relations (corporateBody)

Mhlanga, Gideon (person)

Becker, John (person)

Clarke, Evelyn (person)

Gass, Michael (person)

Aleppo College for Girls. (corporateBody)

Ram, Beharilal L. Rallia (person)

Denton, Mary Florence, 1857?-1947 (person)

McKie, Mildred W. (person)

A. Samuel, Principal (person)

Wilder, Royal Gould (person)

Chapin, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin M. (person)

Moulton, Ellen L. (person)

Nelson, William C. (person)

Wittler, Melvin A. (person)

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General Council Survey Questionnaire (person)

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Leitch, Margaret (person)

Clark, Alden H. (Alden Hyde), 1878- (person)

Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901 (person)

Queen Victoria was the only child of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn and Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld. She was born on May 24, 1819 at Kensington Palace in London and she became heir to the throne when her father died. In 1837, she became Queen at the age of 18. During the early part of her reign, she was influenced by two men: her first Prime Minister, Lord Melbourne, and then her husband, Prince Albert, whom she married in 1840. Both men taught her much about how to be ...

Callender, Matthew A. (person)

Vaughan, Olive M. (person)

Jeffery, Pauline (person)

Wright, Lester James, 1886-1922 (person)

American Leprosy Missions (corporateBody)

Fumiko, Hayashi (person)

Hall, Reuben S. (person)

Leger, Samuel H., 1891- (person)

Alden, Edmund K. (person)

Richardson, Martha A. (person)

Happiness-Everlasting, Mrs. (person)

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Champion, George, 1810-1841 (person)

Subhan, John A. (person)

John A. Subhan was born August 8, 1899 in Calcutta, India into a Muslim home, and his early education was in that faith. When he was 11 years old he converted to Christianity and later attended English schools in India. He graduated from Allahabad University in 1923 and went on to earn a B.D. degree in 1931 from Serampore College. In 1962 he received an honorary D.D. degree from Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky and another that same year from Serampore College. Subha...

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (corporateBody)

Organized 1810; incorporated 1812; consists of members of National Council of Congregational Churches in the U.S., and 150 additional members elected by the board in biennial meetings; the foreign missionary arm of Congregational Christian Churches of the U.S.; headquartered in Boston, Mass.; also known as ABCFM. From the description of Records, 1804-1964 (bulk 1900-1960). (American Congregational Association). WorldCat record id: 70927016 Organized 1810; incorporated in 181...

Newell, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (person)

Usman, Sir Mohamed (person)

Bullock, Marjorie (person)

Venable, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Isaac (person)

Anna Lane) (person)

Lillian Picken's (person)

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LeRoy, Ethel M. (person)

Griswold, Fanny E. (person)

Latimer, F. P., Jr. (person)

Dickinson, Lena M. (person)

Holmes, Elkanah (person)

Missionary to the Tuscarora and Seneca Indians, sent by the New York Missionary Society in 1800. He resigned in 1807 or 1808, and then worked as an itinerant Baptist preacher. Holmes was the father-in-law of Cyrenius Chapin. From the description of Elkanah Holmes letter : Geneva, to Col. Cyrenius Chapin, 1818 Nov. 15. (Buffalo History Museum). WorldCat record id: 70794218 ...

Harley, Isabelle (person)

Dudley, Raymond A. (person)

Donaldson, Mrs. F. H. G. (Elaine) (person)

Kavalcian, Zaruhi (person)

Cozad, Gertrude and Jane (person)

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Miriam v. Platt) (person)

Birge, John Kingsley 1888- (person)

Palestine Missionary Society (Weymouth and Vicinity). (corporateBody)

Greene, Samuel Fiske (person)

Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson F. (person)

Daniels, Mary L. (person)

Carleton, W. O. (person)

Kuan, Hsieh Yii (person)

Margarita Wright (person)

Hein, Charles (person)

Baly, A. Denis (person)

Fuller, Edith J. (person)

Amelia D. Gould (person)

Kimura, Seimatsu (person)

Stillson, Alice F. (person)

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Pixley, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. (person)

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McClary, Mrs. Sam W. (person)

Craig, Ivy E. (person)

Anne Noble (person)

Camargo, Gonzalo Baez (person)

Morrill, Mrs. M. T. (person)

Bushee, Alice H. (Alice Huntington), 1867-1956 (person)

Alice Huntington Bushee was born in Worcester, Massachusetts on December 3, 1867 to William Aldrich Bushee and Emily Jane Clapp. As a young girl she attended district schools in Brookfield, Vermont and the Graded School and Academy in Morrisville, Vermont. She graduated from Mount Holyoke in 1891. She recieved a Master's Degree in Spanish from Boston University in 1909. She taught at many schools and spent time in Europe before she became a professor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts in 1911...

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Endō, Akira, 1931- (person)

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Riggs, Mr. and Mrs. Edward (person)

Todd, Dr. Lois Pendelton) (person)

Immanuel Church (corporateBody)

Skidmore College. (corporateBody)

Skidmore College became a four-year liberal arts college in 1922 and in the same year began to offer its students a baccalaureate degree in nursing in cooperation with Mary McClellan Hospital. In 1942 the Department of Nursing moved to New York City, which offered students a greater diversity of healthcare organizations and hospitals for their clinical studies. The program found success in New York and enjoyed an excellent reputation among nursing schools under the leadership of Agnes Gelinas, w...

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Auburndale Missionary Conference (corporateBody)

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Prescott, Nellie Olivia (person)

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Boehr, Elizabeth (person)

Ashwell, Florence E. (person)

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Bhila, Ransom (person)

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Hamilton, Caroline F. (person)

Towle, Mr. and Mrs. Gifford H. (person)

Evans, Mrs. Ernest A. (person)

Lora G. Simons (person)

Ongoy, Robin (person)

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Hurter, George C. (person)

Abbott, Susan M. (person)

Barstow, Edna and Marion (person)

Setsuji Otsuka, Chancellor (person)

Sydney K. Bunker, Pres (person)

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Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. (person)

Ratnarajah, Joseph J. (person)

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Charlotte Belknap) (person)

Cary, Mr. and Mrs. Otis (person)

Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. William L. (person)

Elizabeth M. Cairns (person)

Ruiz, Mr. and Mrs. Leopold (person)

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Karayusuf, John N. (person)

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Kellogg, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. (person)

Picken, Mr. and Mrs. William S. (person)

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Downs, Mr. and Mrs. Darley (person)

Robbins, Helen J. (person)

Nemoto, Sho (person)

Rachel Crawford (person)

Ennis, Merlin W. (person)

Alice E. Wallbridge (person)

Camundongo, Adekino (person)

Mary Cornelia Rogers) (person)

Lockwood, Mr. and Mrs. Edson (person)

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Parmelee, Moses Payson, 1834-1902 (person)

Rogers, Mrs. William Lister (person)

Fry, Earl. C. (person)

Chittenden, Caroline E. (person)

Lawrence, Mrs. William T. (person)

Pogirski, Mr. and Mrs. Alex (person)

Mary Richardson) (person)

Stopford, Mrs. Winifred Morton (person)

Mrs. S. T. (person)

Fauske - (person)

Isabella Wilson) (person)

Heebner, Harvey K. (person)

Chao, Hung Hsiang (person)

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Sargent, Constance L. (person)

Pierce, Miss Ellen W. (person)

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Thurston, Burton B. (person)

Weir, Alice (person)

Mills, Cyrus T. (person)

Susan M. Sturgis (person)

Cathcart, Lillie Sophia (person)

Goodrich, Mrs. Luther C. (person)

Dunning, Luella M. (person)

Borel, Lucie Eva (person)

Woman's Congregational Home Missionary Union of Connecticut (corporateBody)

Flint, Thelma (person)

Wood, Agnes Florence Clarice, 1901-1995 (person)

Woman's Board of Missions for the Pacific (corporateBody)

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Cowles, J. O. (person)

Billings, Mrs. Osmond J. (person)

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Gallagher, Helen (person)

Rohr, John van (person)

Lydia Augusta Power (person)

Dr. Sarokini (person)

Morely, Bertha B. (person)

Margaret E. Weed (person)

Cleland, Wendell (person)

Holdridge, Carl H. (person)

Jameson, Dr. and Mrs. William J. (person)

Cull, Phebe L. (person)

Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Satya (person)

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Haven, Ada (person)

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Muriel Woods (person)

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Barrett, W. J. (person)

Colby, Abby M. (person)

Irene C. Ellis (person)

Kilejy, Mrs. Mary Girogos (person)

Hurlbut, Elizabeth J. (person)

Bradley, Dan Beach, 1804-1873 (person)

Physician and missionary. Obtained support of the King of Siam to pursue smallpox and cowpox vaccination programs in Siam, 1835-1873. Vaccinated several members of the royal family, but failed to win the support of the people for a general vaccination program. From the description of Extracts concerning smallpox from the diary of the Rev. Dan Beach Bradley, M.D., 1830-1873, Congregational missionary to Siam, 1835-1873. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). WorldCat record id...

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Kyoko Akiyama (person)

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Logan, Robert W. (Robert William), 1843-1887 (person)

Wright, Mary L. (person)

Neuman, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred (person)

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Manglitz, Lawrence William (person)

Thelin, Mr. and Mrs. Mark (person)

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Magill, Dr. and Mrs. Frank B. (person)

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Okuma, Thomas Masaji, 1919-.... (person)

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Rev. Henry Blodgett (person)

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Ruth Parker) (person)

Newell, Horatio B. (person)

Helen Weed (person)

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Ranney, Mrs. (person)

Jennie Ericson) (person)

Harriet J. Sturgess (person)

Anna Fox (person)

E. M. Pritchard. (person)

Moody, Maria T. (person)

Dora Dunton) (person)

Paramasamy, Ariammah Hudson (person)

Woodsmall, Ruth Frances, 1883-1963 (person)

Ruth Woodsmall Ruth Frances Woodsmall was born in Atlanta, Georgia, September 20, 1883, the youngest of three children of Harrison S. Woodsmall, a lawyer and teacher, and Mary Elizabeth Howes, an art teacher. She grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana and attended local schools. She received her A.B. from the University of Nebraska in 1905 and her A.M. from Wellesley in 1906. From 1906 to 1917 she worked as a high school English teacher and principal in Nevada and Colorado. B...

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Yuasa, Mr. and Mrs. Hachiro (person)

Doris DeLine (person)

Anthony, Jean (person)

Nott, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (person)

Van Meter, Herbert E. (person)

Gillett, Clarence S. (person)

Gillett graduated from Union Seminary and received a doctorate in education from Columbia Univ.; he served as a missionary in Japan for 20 years, returning to the US shortly before WWII; served as Congregational minister for a Japanese congregation in Santa Maria, CA; in March 1942 he became executive secretary of a new committee set up by Congregational churches to aid Japanese members who were being relocated; the committee was originally known as Congregational Christian Committee for Work wi...

Cabbad, Abboud N. (person)

Gleason, M. J. (person)

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Barker, William. P. (person)

McElroy, Barbara B. (person)

Rush, Mrs. Charles F. (person)

Bird, Isaac (person)

Salazar, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham (person)

Gaikwad, Praminikarao (person)

Hall, Daniel Manson (person)

Lucas, Gladys E. (person)

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Kingsbury, John Adams, 1876-1956 (person)

Social worker and social reformer. From the description of John Adams Kingsbury papers, 1841-1966 (bulk 1906-1939). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70979825 Biographical Note 1876, Aug. 30 Born, Horton, Kans. 1897 Graduated, Yakima High School, Yakima, Wash. ...

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Black, E. May Gabel (person)

Thiessen, E. Carl (person)

Bridgman, F. B. - (person)

Gould, Annie E. (person)

Dow, Margaret (person)

Central Turkey Mission (corporateBody)

Hume, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. (person)

Armenian mission (corporateBody)

Otsuka, Mr. and Mrs. Setsuji (person)

Strauch, Re v. William (person)

Martyn, Henry (person)

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Harding, Mrs. Raymond B. (person)

Crane, Edwin H. (person)

Walley, Mrs. Harlan E. (person)

Sims, Lorena Marie (person)

Leiper, Henry Smith, 1891-1975 (person)

Henry Smith Leiper was an American clergyman and author. Born in New Jersey, he was educated at Amherst, and later Columbia University and the Union Theological Seminary. He spent four years as a missionary in China, and upon his return to the United States became active in various national and international organizations. He was the author of several books and co-founder of the World Council of Churches. From the description of Henry Smith Leiper letter and brochure for Modern Chris...

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Avery, C. Robert, Jr. (person)

Honiss, Lillian J. (person)

Steward, Mr and Mrs. Newell (person)

Kaumai, Rose (person)

Thelma Thornton) (person)

Hemingway, Ms. W. A. (person)

Arslan, Norman (person)

Christian Martyn) (person)

Kraehenbuehl, Ronald E. (person)

Wany, Obed (person)

Swart, Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Q. (person)

Ramaker, Robert (person)

Buckley, Anne L. (person)

Riberio, Antonio Pinto (person)

Graffam, Mary L. (person)

Schultz, Valerius (person)

Pinneo, Annie E. (person)

Mrs. Harold (person)

Fowler, Esther B. (person)

Kent, Mrs. Everett E. (person)

Reisner, John H. (John Henry), 1888-1965 (person)

Barnes, Hazel Estella. (person)

McCausland, Isabelle (person)

Gwendolyn Fraser) (person)

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Stouffer, Gaynl Clair (person)

Namba, Monkichi (person)

Cornelia B. Canfield) (person)

Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius O. (person)

McLean, Mrs. W. A. (person)

Baldurn (person)

Adams, Dr. (person)

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Post, Wilfred (person)

Dorothy G. Nilson (person)

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Frame, Mr. and Mrs. Murray S. (person)

Moyer, Kenyon E. (person)

Montez, Valentin (person)

Thompson, Mary A. (person)

Seymour, Gideon (person)

Catchings, L. Maynard (person)

Sperry, Willard Learoyd, 1882-1954 (person)

Congregational minister, dean of Harvard Divinity School. B.A. Olivet College, 1903; B.A. Oxford, 1907; M.A. Yale, 1909. Ordained a Congregational minister, 1908, serving churches in Fall River and Boston, Mass. (1908-1922). Dean, Harvard Divinity School (1922-1953), Plummer Professor of Christian Morals (1928-1953). See sketch in Dictionary of American Biography, Supplement Five. From the description of Papers, 1902-1955 (inclusive). (Harvard University, Divinity School Library). Wo...

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Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Abner (person)

Bartlett, Cornelia. (person)

Murono, Genichi (person)

Takejiro Murata, Pres. (person)

Bickford, Claribel Louise (person)

Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. William (person)

McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (person)

Miller, J. Virgil (person)

Baldwin, Elizabeth and Jane (person)

Fleming, John (person)

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Platt, Emily C. (person)

Emma Dickinson) (person)

Crain, Hazel Mae (person)

Tracy, Charles C. (Charles Chapin), 1838-1917 (person)

Clapp, Frances Benton, 1887-1977 (person)

Professor of music, Doshisha University, Japan, 1918-1957. From the description of Kyoto, fact and fancy : a historical sketch and description of its palaces, shrines, temples, institutions and legends : typescript, ca. 1958. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122595969 Frances Benton Clapp, from Forest Grove, Oregon, attended Tualatin Academy from 1900 to 1904 and Pacific University from 1904 to 1908. From the guide to the Frances B. Clapp Scrapbook, 1900-1911, (Pac...

Tyrrell, Mrs. Frederick S. (person)

Gaskins, Frederick A. (person)

Philibosian, Stephen (corporateBody)

Kitano, K. (person)

Washburn, Mr. and Mrs. George (person)

Anna L. Christeson (person)

Florence Cutler (person)

Sheldon, Harriet A.. (person)

Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. (person)

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Leitch, Mary (person)

Margaret I. Lowe (person)

Laubach, Frank C. (person)

Nute, William L., Sr. (person)

Bliss, Rev. Isaac Grout (person)

Daisie P. Gehman (person)

Cheney, Nellie M. (person)

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Laeta A. Wentworth (person)

McClymonds, Mrs. Ira H. (person)

Ransom, Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. (person)

McGinnis, Marie (person)

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Potter, Rockwell Harmon (person)

Anatolia Girls School. (corporateBody)

Case, Alden (person)

Cushman, Emma Darling (person)

Black, Robert Foster, 1918- (person)

Catherine Jennings) (person)

Fraser, Kate B. (person)

Lucy Goodale) (person)

Iba, John K. (person)

Rena L. Nutting (person)

Henry Riggs (person)

Dodd, Edward M. (Edward Mills), 1887-1967 (person)

Jessop, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. (person)

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Philanthropic organization established in 1936 by Henry and Edsel Ford from profits of the Ford Motor Company. From the description of Grant files, [ca. 1936-1986]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155532303 ...

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Van Laan, Gordon J. (person)

Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. (person)

Kopper, Samuel K. C. (person)

McMillan, Dr. and Mrs. Aaron M. (person)

Bush, Caroline E., 1847-1919 (person)

Clark, Grace (person)

Grace Clark was librarian and instructor in physical education at the Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines. From the description of Grace Clark Photograph Album, ca. 1920-1925. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 309461494 ...

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Ida M. Russell (person)

Bergsman, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Delroy (person)

Takayama, Gizo (person)

Hodous, Lewis, 1872-1949 (person)

Johanna Metzger) (person)

Toshiko Kawata (person)

Dr. Harriet Parker) (person)

Anne R. Wilson) (person)

Hepworth, George H. (person)

Gass, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert H. (person)

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Massey, Raymond (person)

Orlinda Childs Pierce (Girls' High) School (corporateBody)

Sharpe, Clarence L. (person)

Walker, Mary (person)

American Board (corporateBody)

Thorn, Mrs. D. M. B. (Helen) (person)

Griffis, Barbara Marjorie (person)

Missionary Research Library (corporateBody)

Cheney, Mrs. Ralph L. (person)

Swortfiguer, Mrs. Louis A. (person)

Merrick, James L. (person)

Hanson, Margaret Ann, 1935- (person)

Grace Waters (person)

Dora A. Larson) (person)

Webb, Edward (person)

Pauline Rehder) (person)

Dwight, Adelaide (person)

Winslow, Miron, 1789-1864 (person)

Schomer, Howard (person)

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Hess, Mr. and Mrs. James (person)

Gulick, Orramel Hinckley, 1830-1923 (person)

Constantinople mission. (corporateBody)

Maquiso, Elena (person)

Schauffler, Henry Albert, 1837-1905 (person)

Lovejoy, Mr. and Mrs. Allen (person)

Whitin, Navamonie (person)

Near East (later, Near East and Europe) Committee. (corporateBody)

Salem Foreign Missionary Society. (corporateBody)

Genevieve Davis) (person)

Helen R. H. Nichol, Pres. (person)

King, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (person)

Wiley, Walter B. (person)

Dewar, Margaret C. (person)

Cudanes, Quintina (person)

Shute, Mrs. Agnes K. (person)

Kroehler, Magdalene (person)

Wishard, Florence Jane (person)

Ruth, Alexander (person)

Eula G. Bates (person)

Allen, Annie T. (person)

Foreman, Lucille. (person)

Dagle, Mr. and Mrs. Eric R. (person)

American School for Girls, Smyrna (corporateBody)

Abbott, Inez L. (person)

Tenney, H. Melville (person)

Pohl, Ilse C. (person)

Buzzell, Annie S. (person)

Modak, R. S. (person)

Elmer, Franklin D. (person)

Linden, Earl E. G. (person)

North, Alfred (person)

White, Mr. and Mrs. George E. (person)

Davis, Richard Bell (person)

Karmarkar, Gurabai (person)

Viola Van Ornum (person)

Stockton, Betsy (person)

Susan Riggs (person)

Adams, Alice P. (person)

Ashdown (person)

Akaka, Abraham (person)

Corbett, May. (person)

Haas, Cyril H. (person)

Elisabeth Frohlick Haskell (person)

Wood, Rebekah (person)

Burdoff, Rebecca (person)

Martin, Jessie E. (person)

Socony Mobil oil company (corporateBody)

Fisher, Mrs. Henry W. (person)

Thom, Daniel M. B. (person)

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Founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1914, the Church Peace Union included Protestants, Catholics, and Jews. In 1961, the name was changed to the Council on Religion and International Affairs. From the description of Collection, 1915-1961. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 27371102 Founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1914. Known as Council on Religion and International Affairs, after 1961. From the description of Records of the Church Peace Union, 19...

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Rev. Joseph King served in Samoa, 1863-1872. Rev. Harry Dauncey settled at Port Moresby in 1888, and Delena, 1893. Rev. Archibald Hunt was appointed to Samoa, 1890, and worked in Port Moresby, from 1894 to 1902. Rev. John Holmes settled at Orokolo, Papua, in 1897, in 1904 was at the Purari Delta, Papua and settled at Urika in 1906. Rev. Benjamin Butcher arrived at Torres Straits Mission, 1905, and was appointed to Aird Hill, Papua, 1912. Rev. Harold Short, was appointed to Boku, Papua, in 1921. ...

Homes, Henry A. (person)

Bartlett, Cornelia C. (person)

Zumbo (person)

Gertrude Chaney) (person)

Parker, Martha T. (person)

Congregational Board of Pastoral Supply (corporateBody)

Mary Tenney (person)

Wheelock, Virginia (person)

Dwight, Edwin Welles (person)

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Lawrence, Dr. and Mrs. William T. (person)

Whitney, Henry M. (person)

Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse B. (person)

Catlett, Fred W. (person)

Myra A. Park) (person)

Plymouth Congregational Church, (corporateBody)

Guinness, Lucy E. (person)

Charlotte Grout (person)

Frieda Fuehrer (person)

Seraphina Haynes (person)

Nelson, Olive R. (person)

Inanda Seminary (corporateBody)

Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (person)

Coan, George Whitefield (person)

Woman's Board of the Pacific (corporateBody)

Lorraine Grimm (person)

Riggs, Mrs. Edward (Sarah D.) (person)

Minnie Hastings (person)

Stauffacher, Albert D. (person)

Isabel Trowbridge (person)

Ashford, G. W. (person)

Matossian, Hagop (person)

Tallman, Dr. Susan B. (person)

Chalison, James J. (person)

Turkish Missions' Aid Society (corporateBody)

Eliza J. Canfield) (person)

Houlding, Mr. and Mrs Ernest W. (person)

Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Emory W. (person)

Ferguson, Alexander Brown (person)

Scott, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas B. (person)

Selvaratnam, Samuel (person)

Hieb, Helen Ruth (person)

Kane, Marion E. (person)

Augur, Mr. and Mrs. Julius S. (person)

Strong, E. E. (person)

Horn, Josie E. (person)

Asadoorian, Mrs. A. M. (Henrietta W.) (person)

Lockwood, Mrs. Edson (person)

Hales, G. Willard (person)

Melville, Margaret Walker (person)

Bates, Mary Kezia (person)

Chandler, John S., 1916-1986 (person)

John S. Chandler (b. 1916, Roundup, Mont.-d. Sept. 30, 1986), U.S. Air Force officer, graduated from West Point and completed flying school in 1943. He was assigned to the 15th Air Force in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations and also served as operations officer for the 747th Squadron and commander of the 745th Squadron of the 456th Bombardment Group. After the War, he attended the Carnegie Institute of Technology, studying electrical engineering, and received a master's degree in electroni...

Kekhia, Hassan (person)

Carol E. Mathisen (person)

Mary S. Avery) (person)

Brainard, Julia D. (person)

Rahbar, Daud, 1927-.... (person)

Bergdolt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Allen (person)

Holbrook, C. Henry (person)

Beals, Mary A. (person)

Wingate, M. D. (person)

Micronesian missions (corporateBody)

Baehr, Elizabeth (person)

Oxford University Press, Inc., 1964, 1971 (corporateBody)

McGwigan, Maud M. (person)

United States. Consulate General (corporateBody)

Dunlap, Mrs. Maurice P. (person)

Longinidou, Eleutheria (person)

United Church of Christ (corporateBody)

Dana, Deva (person)

McCallum, Emily (person)

Mary A. Hanlin (person)

Pierce, Richard D. (Richard Donald), 1915-1973 (person)

Richard Donald Pierce became a Unitarian minister in 1951. He spent most of his academic life at Emerson College in Boston, where he was Dean of the College from 1958-1973. He belonged to the First and Second Church in Boston, but preached often in various churches over the course of his career. From the description of Richard Donald Pierce. Papers, 1728-1973 (Harvard University, Divinity School Library). WorldCat record id: 500742264 Richard Donald Pierce (1915...

Wickes, Dean Rockwell (person)

Webb, William and Charlotte (person)

Murphy, Alice E. (person)

Sakata, Mr. and Mrs. Motoo (person)

Grover, Mrs. Chester M. (person)

Chang, Nai Nai (person)

Walker, Harriet E. (person)

Merrill, Mrs. John E. (Isabel) (person)

Graham, E. D. (person)

Madeline E. Halford (person)

Ursul M. Reeves) (person)

Majombozi, Mrs. Elizabeth (person)

Thomas, G. Ross (person)

Malherbe, Principle and Mrs. (person)

Vinton, John A. (person)

Maquina, Mrs. (person)

Elmer, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Allen (person)

Portia L. Jarrard (person)

Holway, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore T. (person)

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. E. Walter (person)

Bushee, Alice H. (Alice Huntington), 1867-1956 (person)

Alice Huntington Bushee was born in Worcester, Massachusetts on December 3, 1867 to William Aldrich Bushee and Emily Jane Clapp. As a young girl she attended district schools in Brookfield, Vermont and the Graded School and Academy in Morrisville, Vermont. She graduated from Mount Holyoke in 1891. She recieved a Master's Degree in Spanish from Boston University in 1909. She taught at many schools and spent time in Europe before she became a professor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts in 1911...

Johnson, Stephen (person)

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Catlin, Mr. and Mrs. Harwood B. (person)

Ingalls, Harold B. (person)

Farrand, Cynthia (person)

Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert (person)

Judd, Walter H., 1898-1994 (person)

Physician, congressman, missionary. From the description of Reminiscences of Walter H. Judd : oral history, 1970. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122376703 United States representative from Minnesota, 1943-1963; founder, Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals; co-founder, Committee of One Million. From the description of Walter Henry Judd papers, 1922-1988. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872154 ...

Faurot, Albert (person)

Justus, Doris Jean (person)

Campbell, Elizabeth B. (person)

Bell, Enoch F. (person)

Wadale Girls' Boarding School (corporateBody)

Shattuck, Corinna (1) (person)

Gardiner, Frances A. (person)

Sturges, Albert A., 1819-1887 (person)

Beals, Annette (person)

Crane, Katharine (person)

Phelps, Isabelle (person)

Field, Mrs. Franklin G. (person)

Wilson, George R. (George Robert) (person)

Mary Ballantine (person)

Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Jedidiah (person)

Stimson, Mrs. James P. (person)

Smith, Arthur H. (person)

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Starr, Flora (person)

Yu, Jiu-lin (person)

Central Union Church (corporateBody)

Matilda Calder) (person)

Doak, Lady Helen (person)

Tantsi, Mrs. Ntombe (person)

Stocking, Mr. and Mrs. William R. (person)

Greene, Mrs. E. K. (Jennie) (person)

Jackson, Mary C. E. (person)

Dewey, Albert W. (person)

Ruth Baldwin (person)

Marian Rider) (person)

Kinnear, Dr. and Mrs. Hardman N. (person)

Church of God (corporateBody)

Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Colin E. (person)

Humphrey, S. J. (person)

Sexon, Dr. Baldomera (person)

Cooper, Harold (person)

Everett, Mr. and Mrs Joel S. (person)

Hager, Dr. and Mrs. C. R. (person)

Palve, Sumitra (person)

Babson Institute of Business Administration (corporateBody)

Bates, Eula G. (person)

Mrs. Thomas P. Johnston (person)

Mabel Woodside (person)

Ipe, Rebecca (person)

Nunda, Mr. and Mrs. Feliciano (person)

Obookiah, Henry (person)

Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. Loomis (person)

Murray, Hazel (person)

Advertising Council, Inc. (corporateBody)

Hannah Hopkins) (person)

Reid, Charlotte (person)

Constantinople College (corporateBody)

L. Woods (person)

Nutting, David H. (person)

Gowing, Peter G. (person)

Newton, Ella (person)

Kaetzell, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. (person)

Hanlin, Mary Alice. (person)

Savage, Donald James (person)

Bright, Venita Juarez (person)

Rice, Mrs. Gertude J. (person)

Yokota, David E. (person)

Woodhull, Kate (person)

Jean Stiver (person)

Young, Mr. and Mrs. Russell (person)

deVargas, Mr. and Mrs. Philippe (person)

Bergsman, Lee and Madge (person)

Coan, Mr. and Mrs. Titus (person)

Lyons, Lucia G. (Lucia Garratt), 1808-1892 (person)

Lombard, Frank Alanson (person)

Edna Sisco (person)

Kitamura, Mrs. Mina (person)

Sihon, Mrs. Yura (person)

Gunn, Giles B. (person)

Van Engen, Keitha R. (person)

Gordon, Mrs. M. L. (Agnes D.) (person)

Generalissimo (person)

Maisie Dorland) (person)

Thelins. (family)

Philippines Consultative Committee. (corporateBody)

Calder, Mrs. John (person)

Pilgrim Congregational Church (corporateBody)

Congregationalists were among the first and most influential Christian denominations in Cleveland, Ohio. Many Congregational churches in early Cleveland were made up of both Congregationalists and Presbyterians, who had formed the Plan of Union in 1801 in order to more efficiently establish churches on the frontier, which the Western Reserve was considered at the time. When it was founded in the Near West Side neighborhood of University Heights (now Tremont) in 1854, Pilgrim Congreg...

Morinaga, Taichiro (person)

Woodard, William P. (William Parsons), 1896-1973 (person)

Congregational Christian Churches missionary to Japan, 1921-1941 and 1952-1966, and scholar on Japanese religions. From the description of Papers, 1869-1974. (University of Oregon Libraries). WorldCat record id: 19578438 William P. Woodard was an American scholar of religion in Japan and a missionary to Japan for the Congregational Christian Church from 1921-1941 and 1952-1966. During the Allied occupation of Japan, Woodard advised leaders on religious policy and law as Chie...

Bond, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis (person)

Fox, Florence L. (person)

Fanny Gordon (person)

Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander (person)

Riggs, Mrs. Henry H. (Emma) (person)

Peet, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman P. (person)

Carpenter, Carol Anne (person)

Gulick, Mr. and Mrs. Leeds (person)

Mrs. Emory Delmont (person)

Christofersen, Mabel A. (person)

Temple, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel (person)

Griswold, William J. (person)

Riggs, Marry W. (person)

Ensign, Mr. and Mrs. David C. (person)

Zikas, Philotheos (person)

Matsinye, Aaron (person)

Dr. C. P. Bush (person)

Bartlett, Miss Ruth (person)

Tasker, Mrs. Kenneth (person)

Grohe, Heinz. (person)

Spaulding, L. (Levi), 1791-1873 (person)

Brown, Sarah, 1963- (person)

Rock Spring Congregational Church (corporateBody)

Hindu and Mohammedan Girls' Schools (corporateBody)

L. Pearl Carroll (person)

Schultz, Elizabeth A. (person)

Hubbard, Albert Wells, 1841-1899 (person)

Bissell (family)

Ina v. Clawson (person)

Stowe, Mary (person)

Marie von Rausch (person)

Kopf, Mrs. Carl H. (person)

Dart, Clara (person)

Abbie Woodward) (person)

Mary Clark (person)

American Missionary Association (corporateBody)

Known chiefly for its educational work among African Americans, the American Missionary Association also worked with other ethnic groups. From the description of American Missionary Association records, 1820's-1870's (Detroit Public Library). WorldCat record id: 668992371 ...

Warner, Edwin G. (person)

Matthews, Alden E., 1921- (person)

Pilgrim Place in Claremont, Inc. (corporateBody)

Scudder, David Coit, 1835-1862 (person)

E. K. Alden (person)

Alice Shepard (person)

Moulton, Joseph Langdon (person)

Missionary to India. From the description of Papers, 1922-1986. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 36587245 ...

Hyde, Susan Cleveland (person)

Ngongo, Phulino (person)

Ruby Marston (person)

Bickham, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. (person)

Noyes, William H. (person)

Peet, Lyman B. (Lyman Burt), 1809-1878 (person)

Hyde, C. M. (person)

Smith, Bertha K. (person)

Central Turkey College. (corporateBody)

Makanya, Violet S. (person)

Ellen. L. Moulton (person)

American Tract Society (corporateBody)

In May 1825 the American Tract Society, located in Boston (formerly New England Tract Society), merged with the New York Religious Tract Society to form the American Tract Society, located at New York, N.Y. From the description of Correspondence of the Richmond Agency of the American Tract Society, 1864-1875. (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens). WorldCat record id: 122564916 Nondenominational Christian publishing house; founded, 1825; produced Chris...

DeForest, Charlotte B., 1879- (person)

Missionary, author, and educator. From the description of Charlotte B. DeForest papers, 1944-1945. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79423886 American missionary at Kobe College, Japan, 1903-1940 and 1947-1950. From the description of Charlotte B. DeForest papers, 1909-1971. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754869979 Charlotte DeForest was the daughter of ABCFM missionaries in Japan who returned to Japan as a missionary educator and became president of Kobe C...

Williams, Edward (person)

According to the Slater's directory of North and Mid Wales, 1895 an E. Williams, grocer, was located at Alma Terrace in Llanfairfechan, north Wales. From the guide to the Llanfairfechan Grocer Ledger, 1932-1938, (Bangor University) Epithet: Secretary to the Duke of Grafton British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000212.0x00030c Epithet: of Shrewsbury British Library Archives and Manuscr...

Adams, Edwin A. (person)

Krikorian, G. H. (person)

McEvoy, Cynthia A. (person)

Loze, P. (person)

Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. (person)

Saleh, Tawfik (person)