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Small Collection 075 Papers of Charles Fairclough

Identifier: Small CN 075

Scope and Contents

Ths collection contains a ten-page prayer letter from Charles Fairclough, describing a tour of mission stations in Zhejiang Province, the evidence of cultural and social upheaval in the area, an evaluation of the church in China as it emerged from persecution, reflection on the political, social and cultural developments during Fairclough's 30 years of missionary work, an overview of current developments following civil war from 1926-1928, and an evaluation of China's future.  Includes 4 pages of illustrations of propaganda, 2nd and 3rd century B.C. knife money, and an outline of nationalist government structure, as well as a government ordered list of "twelve important principles for the people."


  • Created: 1928

Conditions Governing Access

There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.

Biographical or Historical Information

Missionary with China Inland Mission.


1.00 Folder

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Accruals and Additions

The materials in this collection were given to the Billy Graham Center Archives by the Overseas Missionary Fellowship in 1982.

Small Collection 075 Papers of Charles Fairclough
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Roman Script

Repository Details

Part of the Evangelism & Missions Archives Repository

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