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Missionary Archives - Near and Middle East / North Africa
Related Missionary Travels (Near and Middle East / North Africa)

The importance of missionary archives as a primary resource continues to grow as their value for the study of a variety of scholarly disciplines and subjects becomes ever more widely recognized. Missionary Archives on near and Middle East is now available. Countries and regions covered in this section include Aden, Algeria, Cyprus, the Gulf States, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Near and Middle East general and North Africa general.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives - Near and Middle East / North Africa collection.

Various Authors & Editors

Missionary Archives - Pacific
Pacific General

The importance of missionary archives as a primary source continues to grow. IDC Publishers has now selected from a total of nine large missionary archives on microfiche, all materials related to missionary activities in the Pacific. They derive from nine large missionary archives, each item contains a reference to the issuing society or organization. The documents provide details on eighteenth-, nineteenth-, and twentieth-century missionary endeavours of Western Protestant in the Pacific.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives - Pacific collection.

Various Authors & Editors

Missionary Archives - Pacific
South Seas (South Pacific)

The importance of missionary archives as a primary source continues to grow. IDC Publishers has now selected from a total of nine large missionary archives on microfiche, all materials related to missionary activities in the Pacific. They derive from nine large missionary archives, each item contains a reference to the issuing society or organization. The documents provide details on eighteenth-, nineteenth-, and twentieth-century missionary endeavours of Western Protestant in the Pacific.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives - Pacific collection.

Various Authors & Editors

Conference of British Missionary Societies Archives, 1912-1970

Annual reports, committee minutes, bulletins, proceedings of annual meetings, committee papers, correspondence, statistics, memos and circulars, broadcasts, year books, speeches, booklets, diaries, periodicals, articles, visual aids, film and book reviews, filmstrips, clippings, biographical files, Christian literature, photographs, board documents, pamphlets, leaflets, educational aids, budgets, catalogues, stock and sales books, accounts, notes, conference programmes, agendas, invoices, receipts, advertisements, books, newsletters, and surveys - all relating to the activities, administration, and cooperation of missionary societies in the "home" country (Great Britain) and their contacts overseas during the period 1912-1970.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives collection.

Various Authors & Editors

Council for World Mission Archives, 1795-1941

Committee minutes, board minutes, correspondence, reports, diaries, drawings, journals, and miscellaneous records and papers relating to the Council for World Mission, covering the period 1795-1941. Includes collection of 115 letters written by David Livingston (with several insertions) together with copies of letters sent to him.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives collection.

Various Authors & Editors

International Missionary Council Archives, 1910-1961
World Council of Churches, Geneva

The International Missionary Council (IMC) emerged from the world missionary conference held at Edinburgh in 1910 and was officially established in 1921. It linked 14 interdenominational associations of missionary societies with some 16 field bodies and devoted itself to the study and resolution of such issues as missionary freedom, general and theological education, opium addiction, labour, slavery, racial discrimination, the church in rural and industrial society, home and family life, and - from very early on - the emerging ecumenical movement.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives collection.

Various Authors & Editors

Jerusalem and East Mission archive 1842- 1976

Minutes, annual reports, correspondence, and financial records relating to the Jerusalem and East Mission from 1841-1976. Includes reports, papers, minutes, correspondence, and records relating to the work of the Jerusalem Bishopric, the Assyrian Mission, the archdeaconry of Cyprus, the diocese of Egypt and Sudan, the archdeaconry and chaplaincies in the Gulf, the diocese of Iran, and papers relating to the Mission's work in Iraq, Jordan, North Africa, Syria, and Lebanon.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives collection.

Various Authors & Editors

Methodist Missionary Society Archives, 1791-1948

Minutes, correspondence, reports, finance ledgers, journals, diaries, and papers relating chiefly to the activities of the Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society (incorporating the Women's Work organization and the Primitive Methodist Missionary Society) in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Caribbean, and North America. The period covered is 1791-1948. Includes extensive material on Thomas Coke (1747-1814), founder of the Methodist missions and Wesley's right-hand man.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives collection.

Various Authors & Editors

Presbyterian Church of England Foreign Missions Archives, 1847-1950

Correspondence, minutes, records, reports, and papers relating to each of the foreign missions as well as the home base of the Foreign Missions Committee and the Women's Missionary Association of the Presbyterian Church of England.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives collection.

Various Authors & Editors

United Society for Christian Literature Archives, 1799-1960

Minutes, correspondence, annual reports, clippings, books, tracts, newsletters, leaflets, booklets, educational aids, periodicals, and printed matter relating to the activities of the Christian societies operating in Britain, the British colonies, and the continent of Europe (from 1799 to 1960) and which would later form the United Society for Christian Literature.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives collection.