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Women missionaries

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Albert Wells Hubbard (AC 1867) Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MA.00092
Abstract

Correspondence, reports,and two photographs from circa 1864 to 1909, chronicling Albert Wells Hubbard's graduate years at Princeton until several years after his death in 1899. The bulk of the collection is personal correspondence among A. W. Hubbard, his wife Emma Roxanna Spencer Hubbard, and their immediate family. A large portion of the material documents his years as a missionary in Turkey between 1873 and 1899.

Dates: 1864-1909

Dora Judd Mattoon Ward Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MA.00285
Abstract

Papers documenting the personal and professional lives of Dora Ward and her husband, Earl Ward (AC 1906). The bulk of the collection comprises correspondence with family members describing the Wards' work as missionaries in Turkey and India, 1911-1932. The correspondence is supplemented with photographs, work records, diaries, memorabilia, and newspaper clippings.

Dates: 1883-1979; Majority of material found within 1911-1932

Ethel "Sandy" (Beach) Socolar Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MA.00338
Abstract

The Ethel "Sandy" Beach Socolar Family Papers (circa 1880-2015) contain correspondence, photographs, and scrapbooks related to the lives of Ethel "Sandy" Bliss Beach Socolar and her family, especially her mother, missionary-educator Ruth Porter Ward Beach, and sisters, Frances Helen Beach Bingham and Elizabeth Waterbury Beach Keller. The bulk of the material dates from about 1910-1950.

Dates: circa 1880-2015; Majority of material found within 1910 - 1950

John Bates Clark (AC 1872) and Alden Hyde Clark (AC 1900) Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MA.00240
Abstract Primarily personal correspondence documenting the lives of members of the Clark family across three generations, especially economist John Bates Clark, his son Alden Hyde Clark (AC 1900), and Alden's three children, Mary Lawrence Clark, John Alden Clark (AC 1929), and William Whitcomb Clark (AC 1933). Includes correspondence between Alden Hyde Clark and his fellow missionaries in India (the American Marathi Mission) and general documentation on 20th century missionary activity in that...
Dates: 1847-2003 ; Majority of material found within 1900-1945

William Earl Dodge Ward (AC 1906) Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MA.00234
Abstract

The William Earl Dodge Ward (AC 1906) Family Papers document the personal and professional lives of multiple generations of Ward and Bliss family members, dating from 1791 to 1977. Family correspondence makes up the largest portion of the material, supplemented with work records, diaries, memorabilia, photographs, writings, genealogical materials, and newspaper clippings.

Dates: circa 1790-1977

Williams-Chambers-Blaisdell Family Papers ("The Blaisdell Papers")

 Collection
Identifier: MA.00270
Abstract The Williams-Chambers-Blaisdell Papers ("the Blaisdell Papers") contain correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, and documents from the family of missionaries William Nesbitt Chambers and Cornelia Pond Williams Chambers and their children, especially their daughter Dorothea Nesbitt Chambers (later Blaisdell). The papers include material (primarily correspondence) from other family members such as Nesbitt and Cornelia's siblings and relatives. The bulk of the material dates from about...
Dates: circa 1845-2010

Williams-Chambers-Seelye Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MA.00321
Abstract The Williams-Chambers-Seelye Family Papers consist primarily of the correspondence of three generations of the family of William Frederic and Sarah Pond Williams with relatives and friends during the family’s residence in the Ottoman Empire between 1848 and 1933, when they were missionaries working for the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions and (later) educators at various institutions. The collection also contains documentation relating to the personal and professional...
Dates: circa 1832-1985