Historical Files, 1845-1986.


Southern Baptist Convention. Foreign Mission Board. Historical Files, 1845-1986.

Historical Files, 1845-1986.

The Foreign Mission Board Historical Files span the years 1845 to 1986. They include biographical information on members of the Foreign Mission Board who served between 1950 and 1980; nineteenth-century reports of committees on work in Africa, Brazil, and China; reports of Southern Baptist Convention and Foreign Mission Board conferences, consultations, and planning sessions of the 1960s to 1980s related to missions strategy; miscellaneous clippings and other documents on a variety of topics; assorted nineteenth- and early twentieth-century publications, reports, sermons, and addresses; correspondence from the mid-nineteenth to early twentieth-centuries arranged by topic; and correspondence and writings of Corresponding and Executive Secretaries dating from 1847 to 1984.

5 linear ft.

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Love, J. F. 1859-1928.

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Southern Baptist Convention. Foreign Mission Board

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The Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, now the International Mission Board, was founded in 1845 as the mission sending agency for foreign missions. In the 1940's the Board began to produce audio programs and make recordings of events, services, and interviews, related to the work of the Board. From the description of Audio collection, 1949-1988. (Hudson Valley Community College). WorldCat record id: 439018494 The Foreign Mission Board was established i...

Taylor, James B. (James Barnett), 1804-1871

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Cauthen, Baker James, 1909-1985.

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Willingham, Robert Josiah, 1854-1914.

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Johnson, William Bullein, 1782-1862

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Baptist minister and educator, of South Carolina. From the description of William Bullein Johnson papers, 1848-1922. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 30843732 ...

Barton, Arthur James, 1867-1942.

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Rankin, Milledge Theron, 1894-1953

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Southern Baptist missionary and Executive secretary of the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. From the description of Collection, 1935-1952. (Hudson Valley Community College). WorldCat record id: 51918752 ...

Maddry, Charles Edward, 1876-1972.

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Ray, T. B. (T. Bronson), 1868-1934

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Tupper, H. A. (Henry Allen), 1828-1902

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