Missions -- Congo (Democratic Republic).
Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Africa Inland Mission International records.
Collection 081 Records of Africa Inland Mission
Collection 089 Papers of Paul P. Stough
Oral history interviews, films, videos relating to Paul P. Stough’s missionary service in the Belgian Congo with Africa Inland Mission. Materials contain information on Stough's father, Henry Stough, Wheaton College, Paul Stough's work as a missionary for Africa Inland Mission in the Belgian Congo (Zaire) and Kenya from the 1920s to the 1970s, and generally on the spread of Christianity in Africa.
Collection 093 Oral History Interview with Earl A. Winsor
Collection 219 Oral History Interview with Bertil A. Ogren
Collection 284 Oral History Interview with Gladys Wright
Collection 328 Papers of Eric and Lydia Maillefer
Collection 335 Papers of Ralph E. Shannon
Collection 344 Oral History Interview with Paul B. Long
Collection 460 Oral History Interviews with Phyllis E. Taylor
Collection 477 Papers of Stanley R. Kline
Collection 478 Oral History Interviews with Paul A. Buyse
Collection 480 Oral History Interviews with Margaret L. Clapper
Collection 481 Papers of Laura Barr
Correspondence, diaries, articles, clippings, oral history interviews, photograph albums, photographs, prayer letters, radio broadcasts, and slides, describing Laura Isabelle “Belle” Barr's missionary work among the Lugbara people of northeast Belgian Congo (now Democratic Republic of Congo) and the West Nile District of Uganda with Africa Inland Mission (AIM) from 1944-1981.
Collection 509 Oral History Interview with Evelyn M. Camp
Collection 513 Oral History Interview with John R. Stauffacher
Collection 567 Papers of Gustav H. W. Norton
Collection 586 Papers of William A. Deans
Photographs, maps, articles, clippings, correspondence, manuscripts, and tracts relating to the ministry of William Alexander Deans, missionary and translator with Christian Mission in Many Lands. Materials document his work in northeast Belgian Congo (now Democratic Republic of Congo), especially his publication of Christian literature into African languages.The bulk of the materials cover the 1930s and 1940s.