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- Missions -- China 17
- Missionaries 15
- Educators 10
- Clergy 7
- Missions 7
- Authors 5
- College students -- Religious life 5
- Missions -- Nepal 5
- Universities and colleges -- Religion 5
- Ecumenical movement 4
- Children of missionaries -- China 3
- Missionaries -- China 3
- China -- History -- Boxer Rebellion, 1899-1901 2
- Church work with students 2
- College students in missionary work 2
- Ecumenists 2
- Education -- China 2
- Librarians 2
- Missions -- China -- Tibet Autonomous Region 2
- Missions -- India 2 ∧ less
- Mott, John R. (John Raleigh), 1865-1955 9
- World Council of Churches 5
- Episcopal Church 4
- Van Dusen, Henry P. (Henry Pitney), 1897-1975 4
- Visser 't Hooft, Willem Adolph, 1900-1985 4
- Wilder, Robert P., 1863-1938 4
- American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions 3
- Eddy, Sherwood, 1871-1963 3
- Latourette, Kenneth Scott, 1884-1968 3
- Porter, David R. (David Richard), 1882-1973 3
- Speer, Robert E. (Robert Elliott), 1867-1947 3
- Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions 3
- Yale University. Divinity School 3
- Yanjing da xue 3
- American Baptist Foreign Mission Society 2
- American Theological Library Association 2
- Asian Women's Institute 2
- Beach, Harlan P. (Harlan Page), 1854-1933 2
- Chapel Street Congregational Church (New Haven, Conn.) 2
- Church of the Redeemer (New Haven, Conn.) 2 ∧ less
The Nepal Church History Project began in 1985 as an initiative of local church leaders in Nepal to research and collect materials relevant to the history of Christianity among the Nepali peoples. The objective of the Project is to preserve, maintain and update a comprehensive, organized documentary record of the Nepali Church from its inception, and to make available documents and information as appropriate to researchers, students and other interested users.
Record Group 48 is an open collection composed of records from individual churches in the six New England states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Minutes, reports, correspondence, publications, and collected material document the work of the New England Women Ministers Association, an organization that sought to provide support and strengthen ties between its members.
This collection documents the research and writings of Yale Divinity School graduate John H. Peatling, who was a specialist in empirical psychology and statistics with a particular interest in the cognitive development of religious and moral thinking. The collection also documents the International Seminar on Religious Education and Values, which Peatling founded with John Hull in 1977.
Correspondence, writings, collected material, and photographs document the lives and work of Paul R. and Charlotte Reynolds. The Reynolds were missionaries in north China, serving under the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (1921-1936).
Shanghai American School Records, including the Phoebe White Wentworth Collection of Shanghai American School History and Memorabilia
Charles and Joy Sheffey were American Methodist medical missionaries who served in Wembo Nyama, Belgian Congo (now Democratic Republic of the Congo) between 1922 and 1944. Letters, journals, and writings of Charles and Joy Sheffey document their medical work and record their reactions to the culture and environment they encountered in Africa.
These records primarily document the last decade of the SVM's autonomous existence, 1949-1959, complementing the records found in Record Group No. 42. The Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions was an organization that sought to recruit college and university students in the United States for missionary service. In 1959, the Student Volunteer Movement, the United Student Christian Council, and the Interseminary Committee merged to form the National Student Christian Federation.
This record group represents the official archives of The United Mission to Nepal, a Christian INGO working exclusively in Nepal since 1954 . The UMN has sought to bring medical services, education, skills training, engineering, industry, hydro power development, agriculture and rural development to Nepal, mainly in the central and western development regions of the country.
The work of medical missionary Rolland Welch and his wife Lottie in Hunan, China from 1917 to 1923 is documented by letters, writings, photographs, lantern slides, printed material, and memorabilia.
This collection documents the life and work of Anna Lane Wilson and Stanley Wilson, who were missionaries in China from 1917 to 1949, primarily serving at Yenching University. Of particular note are Anna Wilson's letters to family in the United States and journals document her voyage to China, missionary life, Chinese customs and celebrations, dress, architecture, the flu epidemic, climate, and political events.
William and Charlotte Wiser were Presbyterian missionaries in North India, appointed in 1915, and were active in the development of India Village Service, a demonstration project for the improvement of village life. These papers document the work of the Wisers in North India, particularly their involvement in rural reconstruction and their interest in Indian folklore.