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- Yale Divinity Library 64
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- Beach, Harlan P. (Harlan Page), 1854-1933 5
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- Bevis, Palmer 3
- Dayton, Arthur Bliss, 1889- 3
- Hume, Edward H. (Edward Hicks), 1876-1957 3
- Reed, Edward Bliss, 1872-1940 3
- Stokes, Anson Phelps, 1874-1958 3
- Yale-in-China Association 3
- China Inland Mission 2
- Dowd, Rachel A. 2
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- Hutchins, Francis S. (Francis Stephenson), 1902- 2
- Jinling da xue 2
- Latourette, Kenneth Scott, 1884-1968 2
- Leavens, Dickson H. 2 ∧ less
Letters, writings, and photographs document the life and work of Walter Taylor as an Episcopal missionary architect based in Wuhan, Central China from 1923 to 1927. Taylor's long distance courtship of his future wife Ruth Marie Smith, her eventual voyage to China to marry him in 1926, and their life in China during a politically turbulent time are well documented.
Correspondence, writings, and collected material document the life and work of Eugene A. Turner, who served under the YMCA in China from 1913 to 1947. Turner was involved in student and city work for the Y.M.C.A. in China and was a keen observer of Chinese customs and political events.
Correspondence and writings document the life and work of Marjorie Tooker Whittlesey and her parents, and the operations of Yale-in-China during World War II. The collection also contains substantive documentation of the life and work of Ilma Ruth Aho, a Finnish missionary about whom Whittlesey wrote a biography.
Dean and Fanny Wickes were missionaries serving in Shandong from 1912 to 1934 under the North China Mission of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Correspondence, writings, photographs, and collected material document the life and work of these missionaries who were engaged in educational and evangelistic work.
The records consist of selection committee records, applications, orientation and program materials, correspondence, and oral history transcripts documenting the bachelor program of the Yale-China Association.
The records consist of administrative files, annual reports, correspondence, oral histories, photographs, audiovisual material, and memorabilia documenting the operations of the Yale-China Association. The files were maintained by the Yale-China Association New Haven office.
The material consists of photographs and slides, correspondence, diaries, maps, banners, Chinese language documents, memoirs, scrolls, and ephemera documenting activities and experiences from the Yale-China Association.
Letters and collected material document the work of the Presbyterian Church in Shandong (Shantung) Province, China from 1869 to the 1940s. Carroll and Helen Yerkes were American Presbyterian missionaries in Shandong (Shantung) Province from 1904 to 1925. The parents of Helen Nevius Eckard Yerkes were Presbyterian missionaries stationed in Chefoo from 1869 to 1874.
Correspondence, a diary, and collected materials document medical and educational work in China. Mason Pressly Young M.D., his wife Louise, and his sister Lois were Southern Presbyterian missionaries in China from 1916 to 1949. Mason and Louise were stationed in Soochow where Mason worked at Elizabeth Blake Hospital. Lois was in charge of the Mary Thompson Stevens School for Girls in Suchowfu, North China.