Browse Archive - 319 results

Card from Shri Rajaram Chhatrapati to the Updegraff family
See details
written by Rajaram Chhatrapati, 1897-1940, in Ann Taylor Allen Personal Collection, of Private Collection , 4 page(s)
This was a Christmas card sent by Rajaram Chhatrapati, the Maharaja of Kolhapur, to the Updegraff family. Like his father, Shahu, Rajaram took a positive view of missionaries and supported their work.
written by Rajaram Chhatrapati, 1897-1940, in Ann Taylor Allen Personal Collection, of Private Collection , 4 page(s)
×
×
Chapter 1: The Question of Form [in China and Change]
See details
written by Lalla Iverson, 1919-2010, in Lalla Iverson Papers, of Yale University. Yale Divinity School. Library (RG8, Box 313, Folder 6, China Records Project Miscellaneous Personal Papers Collection) (New Haven, CT) (1985) , 55 page(s)
written by Lalla Iverson, 1919-2010, in Lalla Iverson Papers, of Yale University. Yale Divinity School. Library (RG8, Box 313, Folder 6, China Records Project Miscellaneous Personal Papers Collection) (New Haven, CT) (1985) , 55 page(s)
×
written by Amelia Stone Swanson Quinton, 1833-1926, in Papers of the Women's National Indian Association 1880-1951, of Cornell University. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections (Reel 3) (Ithaca, NY) (Philadelphia, PA: Women's National Indian Association, 1887), 15 page(s)
×
Christmas card from Rajaram Chhatripati, Maharaja of Kolhapur, to the Updegraff family
See details
written by Rajaram Chhatrapati, 1897-1940, in Ann Taylor Allen Personal Collection, of Private Collection (1930) , 3 page(s)
A Christmas card from the Maharaja of Kolhapur, Rajaram Chhatrapati, and his wife and mother to the Updegraffs. The card shows the Maharaja riding with the Viceroy, an official of the British government, in a parade. Rajaram was a Hindu but had been educated partly by missionaries and took a favorable view of th...
written by Rajaram Chhatrapati, 1897-1940, in Ann Taylor Allen Personal Collection, of Private Collection (1930) , 3 page(s)
×
David Updegraff and Melanie Updegraff at Church in the schoolhouse, Nipani [Caption]
See details
The mission at Nipani sponsored several schools that served different populations and age groups. The schools admitted children of all religions. The teachers were native Indian Christians.
×
Diary of Penka Racheva, December 1882-August 1883
See details
written by Penka Racheva, 1865-, in American College for Girls Records, 1880s-1979, of Columbia University. Butler Library. Rare Book and Manuscript Library (Box 28, Folder 10) (New York, NY) (1883) , 31 page(s)
This is a 31-page typewritten transcription of a diary Penka Racheva during the months of January-June, 1883, while she was a student of the American College for Girls in Constantinople. The diary describes her daily life, with an emphasis on religious studies and prayer habits.
written by Penka Racheva, 1865-, in American College for Girls Records, 1880s-1979, of Columbia University. Butler Library. Rare Book and Manuscript Library (Box 28, Folder 10) (New York, NY) (1883) , 31 page(s)
×
Eight Letters Home From Margaret Williamson Hospital, West Gate, Shanghai, And Methodist Compound, Zhenjiang, China, June-July 1933
See details
This set of letters also includes a photograph of a Chinese child and the July 1933 Newsletter. The newsletter discusses the graduation ceremony of the Woman’s Christian Medical College. Participants in the ceremony include Mrs. C.C. Chen, President of the Board of Directors; Pastor Yu; Dr. Li, Chinese Bureau of...
×
Foreign Letters, Summer Conference Number, June -September 1907
See details
written by Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America. National Board. Foreign Department, in YWCA of the U.S.A. Records, of Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive (Box 320, Folder 7, 28pp.) (Northampton, MA) (New York, NY: Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America, 1907), 28 page(s)
written by Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America. National Board. Foreign Department, in YWCA of the U.S.A. Records, of Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive (Box 320, Folder 7, 28pp.) (Northampton, MA) (New York, NY: Young Women's Christian Association of the United States of America, 1907), 28 page(s)
×
Four Letters Home From Margaret Williamson Hospital, West Gate, Shanghai, China, January-February 1933
See details
written by Hilda Crosby Standish, 1902-2005, Margaret Williamson Memorial Hospital for Women and Children, in Hilda C. Standish Papers, 1931-1999, of Harvard University. Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America (MC 464, folder 17) (Cambridge, MA) (1933) , 19 page(s)
The January 1933 Newsletter offers an overview of the Christmas holiday activities organized by the School of Nursing and the Medical College of the Margaret Williamson Hospital in Shanghai, China. Activities included a party for the servants and their families, a formal Christmas Eve program that included a play...
written by Hilda Crosby Standish, 1902-2005, Margaret Williamson Memorial Hospital for Women and Children, in Hilda C. Standish Papers, 1931-1999, of Harvard University. Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America (MC 464, folder 17) (Cambridge, MA) (1933) , 19 page(s)
×

Pages