Spouses of clergy -- United States -- Biography
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 0546
Abstract Harris, Carrie M., b. ca. 1847; European traveler. Papers consist of a bound volume of "Foreign lands 1891-92 C.M.H.," letters, and memorabilia. Describing her travels through Europe at the end of the 19th century.
Identifier: MS 0529
Abstract Edling, Leila Childs, 1895-1976; Nurse and missionary. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1917. Papers consist of correspondence, primarily documenting her travels to Africa and her subsequent work as a mother and medical missionary in Angola.
Dates: 1918-1960; Majority of material found within 1921 - 1924
Identifier: MS 0548
Abstract Herron, Mary Louise Browning 1834-1863; Missionary and Teacher. Attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, 1855. The papers contain correspondence, family material, biographical material and a published letter. The letters are. The papers primarily document missionary life in India. The collection also includes some family materials written after her death discussing family issues.
Dates: 1849-1886; Majority of material found within 1855 - 1863
Identifier: MS 0565
Abstract Locke family. Reverend William Edwin Locke, d. 1914 and Zoe Ann Marinda Noyes Locke, 1833-1926, and three children. Papers consist of correspondence, diaries, pamphlets, and biographical information. Primarily documenting the work of William and Zoe as missionaries in Bulgaria and the education and professions of their children, Adelaide Imogen (1869-1924), Mount Holyoke Seminary and College graduate, 1892, Mabel Elizabeth Locke Tucker (1874-1963), and Marinda Adams Locke (1871-1951), Mount...
Identifier: MS 0600
Abstract White, Ruth Esther Parker, 1895-1989; Missionary. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1917. Parts of the collection in Tamil. Papers consist of letters, speeches, writings, biographical information, memorabilia, and photographs. Primarily documenting her work with children in India and the social conditions of the country including famine and leper colonies.