Christianity in China: A Scholars's Guide to Resources in the Libraries and Archives of the United States

By Archie R. Crouch; Steven Agoratus et al. | Go to book overview

plications for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, by Bruce J. M. Dean, 1981. An Historical Overview of the Missionary Activities of the Church of Jesus Christ of Letter-day Saints in Continental Asia, by Robert Clayton Patch, 1949. A Q-sort Comparison between Cultural Experiences of Chinese and Cultural Perceptions of Returned Latter-day Saint Missionaries from the United States Who Had Been Assigned to Chinese Missions, by Gary G. Y. Chu, 1974.


UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
UT-20 Manuscripts Department
Marriott Library
Salt Lake City UT 84112
(801) 581-8863
Nancy V. Young, Manuscripts Librarian

1-MADELINE R. MCQUOWN PAPERS (Ms. 143), 1852, 1 item

MANUSCRIPTS:2-page typescript by Mormon missionary James Lewis, who travelled to China in 1852 in an unsuccessful attempt to recruit new members for the Mormon church.

UT-25 Marriott Library
University of Utah
Salt Lake City UT 84112
(801) 581-6273
Paul Mogren, Reference Librarian

1-GENERAL HOLDINGS

PAMPHLETS: Jesuit Letters from China, 1583-1584, ed. and trans. by M. Howard Rienstra, 1986; Windows into China: The Jesuits and Their Books, 1580-1730, by John Parker, 1978.


VERMONT

BURLINGTON

UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT
VT-5 Bailey/Howe Library
Burlington VT 05405-0036
(802) 656-2138
Connell Gallagher, University Archivist and Curator of
 Manuscripts

1-HENRY C. BROWNELL PAPERS, 1911-42, 6 l.f.

Background note: Henry C. Brownell (d. 1970) taught at Lingnan University, Canton. He was in Canton from 1911 to 1942. His papers are as yet unprocessed. See also Lingnan University collections at Harvard University, Harvard-Yenching Library, 2 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA, 02138; and Yale Divinity School, Special Collections, 409 Prospect Street, New Haven, CT, 06510.

MINUTES/RECORDS/REPORTS: Canton Christian College, catalogues, 1919-24; illustrated bulletin, 1944; Lingnan University calendar, 1930.

CORRESPONDENCE: Correspondence with family and friends, 1925-50; letters to Brownell from friends, missionaries, and students in China, 1950s-1960s; letters from Brownell in China, 1950s; letters from Lee Hung Suen, 1958.

DIARIES: 2 diaries on Japanese occupation of Canton, 1938-40.

PAMPHLETS: Pamphlets and brochures on China in general and Lingnan University, 1920-50.

MEMORABILIA: "Nowadays in China" by Brownell, Vermont Alumni Weekly, 1927; "Six Months behind Barbed Wire," Vermont Alumni News, 1942; miscellaneous articles by Brownell; miscellaneous newsletters and clippings, n.d.; list of plants on Lingnan University campus, 1947; Lingnan University staff list, n.d.

AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS: Photos, including students and family, ca. 1910-1950.

SERIALS: Canton Christian College Bulletin, 1910-11. Canton Committee for Justice to China Bulletin, 1938. China Bulletin, 1954-62. China Talk, 1945. Educational Review, 1911.


2-CLARA LEACH PAPERS, 1916-49, 1 red microfilm

Background note: For biographical notes and the originals of this collection, see American Baptist Headquarters, American Baptist Board of International Ministries, Valley Forge, PA, 19481.

DIARIES: Set of diaries of Clara Leach, 1916-49.


3-GENERAL HOLDINGS

MINUTES/RECORDS/REPORTS: American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, Foochow mission, report by Dwight Goddard, 1896; North China mission, report, 1903-10.

PAMPHLETS: China under the Shadow of War, by the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Foreign Missions, 1939; Facing the Future of the Missionary Movement, by Edward Hicks Hume, 1927, The Record of Ten Years of Church Progress in China, by Frederick Rogers Graves, 1903; The Students of China for Christ, by Robert Ellsworth Lewis, 1898; Windows into China: The Jesuits and Their Books, 1580-1730, by John Parker, 1978.

SERIALS: China Christian Year Book, 1919, 1926, 1928. China Inland Mission, Occasional Papers, 1872-75. Chinese Recorder, 1938-40.

DISSERTATIONS/THESES: Protestant Mission Schools for Girls in South China (1827 to the Japanese Invasion), by Mary Randolph Anderson , 1943.


MONTPELIER
VT-10 VERMONT HISTORICAL SOCIETY
109 State Street, Pavilion Building
Montpelier VT 05602
(802) 828-2291
Reidun D. Nuquist, Librarian

1-GENERAL HOLDINGS

Background note: For biographical notes on Clara Leach, see American Baptist Headquarters, Valley Forge, PA, 19481.

PAMPHLETS: Clara C. Leach: In Quietness and Confidence Shall Be Your Strength, Isaiah 30: 15 [excerpts from her diaries and letters], by Clara Chase Leach, 1981.

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