Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Collection 078 Papers of Corrie ten Boom
Papers of Dutch watchmaker, evangelist, author, and Christian aid worker Corrie ten Boom. The collection includes information on her father Casper ten Boom, her imprisonment in Ravensbrück concentration camp during World War II, her work among refugees after the war, her travels as an evangelist, the work of her two foundations, and the production of the film The Hiding Place. The collection includes audio tapes, correspondence, a film, notebooks, photos, photo albums, and video tapes.
Collection 080 Papers of Miriam J. Dunn
Collection 088 Papers of Paul and Catharine Gieser
Oral history interview with Kenneth Gieser and letters reporting to the Southern Presbyterian Mission Board in Nashville, TN on the Gieser’s work in China, written between October 19, 1934, and November 1, 1936. Also contains audio tapes and transcripts of autobiographical statements.
Collection 110 Ephemera of Donald E. McDowell
Collection 136 Records of Mission Aviation Fellowship
Collection 165 Records of Evangelical Fellowship of Mission Agencies
Collection 187 Papers of Eleanor R. Elliott
Collection 215 Records of Overseas Missionary Fellowship (China Inland Mission)
Collection 302 Oral History Interview with David L. Farah
Collection 311 Papers of Charles J. Guth
Collection 349 Papers of Clarence W. Jones
Collection 394 Oral History Interview with Ruth W. Adeney
Collection 409 Papers of David D. Thomas
Collection 449 Ephemera of the Stam Family
Memoirs, newsletters, correspondence, diary, photos, film, poems, newspaper clippings and other items that relate to the Stam family, their Christian faith, Star of Hope Mission and the missions and evangelism work of various family members, especially John and Betty Stam who were killed in China by Chinese Communist soldiers in 1934.
Collection 464 Oral History Interviews with Eileen J. Kuhn
Collection 542 Papers of Sarah A. Young
Correspondence, diary, and articles related to the ministry of Sarah Alice, missionary with China Inland Mission. The materials in the collection document her preparation and her evangelism activities in Shanxi Province, China, where she worked from 1896 until 1900, when she and her husband John were killed during the Boxer Rebellion. Young's papers contain many descriptions of missionary work, the lives and testimonies of individual Christians and Chinese society and culture.
Collection 599 Ephemera of the "Auca" Incident
Audio tapes, comic book, film, filmstrips, oversize materials, phonograph records, postage stamps, and video tapes documenting the martyrdom of five American missionaries in Ecuador by the Huaorani Indians in 1956. Documents describe the deaths of the missionary, the response by Protestant evangelical Christians in the United States, and later missionary work with the Indians by Rachel Saint and Elisabeth Elliot.
Collection 670 Papers of Kathryn Deering
Manuscripts, newsletters, photos, digital copies of journals, and other materials relating to the life and ministry of Elisabeth Elliot as they were gathered by Kathryn Deering, employee of Servant Publications who edited Elliot’s newsletter and several of her books.
George and Grace Birch letter about John and Betty Stam deaths.
Hal Olsen pamphlet.
John and Betty Stam commemorative CD.
Kathryn Long book research papers.
Kenneth Fleming Papers.
Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) records.
Missionaries' death magazine and newspapers articles.
Philip W. Nelson memoir and papers.
Small Collection 110 Ephemera of Helen Stam
This collection contains newspaper clippings relating to Helen Priscilla Stam, whose missionary parents, John and Betty Stam, were killed by communist soliders in China when Helen Stam was an infant. The clippings decsribe the Stam's ministry in China; their deaths; Helen Stam's rescue by local Christians; and expresses the hopes of her grandparents that she would become a missionary.