Prisoners of war -- China.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection 044 Papers of Helen M. Tenney
Correspondence, scrapbook, drafts, articles, and research notes which reflect Tenney's active participation in a number of evangelical ministries, but particularly her work with the Woman's Union Missionary Society (WUMS), especially the labor she put into writing a history of that organization. The bulk of the collection consists of manuscripts of that history.
Collection 232 Papers of Esther Hess
Correspondence, photographs, and articles relating to Esther Hess's missionary work as a nurse in China with China Inland Mission from 1931 to 1945. The materials not only document Hess's missionary career, but also the Sino-Japanese war and her confinement to a Japanese internment camp from 1942-1945.
Collection 314 Oral History Interview with Martha H. Philips
Collection 562 Papers of Roger and Mary Howes
Small Collection 097 Papers of Reuben Archer Torrey, Jr.
This collection contains pamphlets, correspondence, reports and articles created by Reuben Archer Torrey, Jr. documenting his internment by the Japanese in China, the great physical and spiritual needs of the people in South Korea following the war there, and the development of the rehabilitation program under Torrey's administration.