Papers, 1912-1987 (inclusive).


Higgins, Mary Tyng, 1913-. Papers, 1912-1987 (inclusive).

Papers, 1912-1987 (inclusive).

Correspondence of Walworth and Ethel Tyng and Charles and Mary Higgins with family and friends describing life in China, 1913-1949; letters received by Mary Higgins from clergy, clergy wives, Radcliffe College classmates, and others in China, the U.S., and the U.K., describing clerical and family life and the church in China under the People's Republic. Also autobiographical writings of Ethel Tyng and Mary Higgins and related correspondence.

8 linear ft.

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