World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Turkey and the Middle East
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Dicken-Statham Family Papers
Abstract The Dicken-Statham Family Papers contain papers related to four generations of one British family, spanning their participation in historical events during the last decades of East India Company rule in India through life in England in the 1980s. Materials in the collection include official documents pertaining to service in the East India Company and during World War I; manuscript diaries; correspondence; photographs, professional materials, and genealogical charts. There are approximately...
James L. Barton to William Nesbitt Chambers in Turkey, 1916 May
File — Box 1, Folder: 22
Scope and Contents Letter from James L. Barton (Secretary of the Foreign Department, ABCFM) to W. Nesbitt Chambers re both the latter’s stay in the U.S. and a possible return to Erzroom via “New Russia,” including: “It may be you will have to get into Turkey by way of Erzroom. We want to get a pretty strong hold on that country before the final settlement comes so that when the decision is made with reference to missionary work under the Russian flag, we will be on the ground with our work well in hand, and if...
Dates: 1916 May
The Williams-Chambers-Seelye-Franck Papers ("The Franck Papers")
Abstract The Williams-Chambers-Seelye Family Papers (the Franck Papers) include correspondence, photographs, juvenilia, memorabilia, manuscripts, teaching materials, and publications relating to several generations of missionaries, educators, public servants, and artists. In addition to describing the lives of multiple members of the family, subjects include missionary work in Turkey in the late 19th century into the 20th century; World War I and Armenian history in the period as reported by...
Dates: circa 1850-1980
Williams-Chambers-Blaisdell Family Papers ("The Blaisdell Papers")
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