McCartee Family Papers, 1854-1906 [microform]


McCartee Family Papers, 1854-1906 [microform]

Consists primarily of the correspondence (both incoming and outgoing) of Divie Bethune McCartee and his wife, Juana Knight McCartee, reflecting their mission work in China and Japan, and Dr. McCartee's consular service.

0.50 cubic feet.


SNAC Resource ID: 8075245

Presbyterian Historical Society, PHS

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McCartee, Juana Knight, -1900 (person)

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McCartee, Divie Bethune, 1820-1900 (person)

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