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  • AU PMB MS 753
  • Collectie
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Continued from PMB 752 - Volume 13: correspondence, 1890-99.<BR>Volume 14: Reports, minutes, estimates, cables and statistics, etc., 1900-09, relating to mission stations in the Gilbert Islands and on Guam, Kusaie, Ponape, Truk, the Mortlock Islands and Nauru (continued on PMB 754).

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Papers

  • AU PMB MS 760
  • Collectie
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Continued from PMB 759 - Volume 18: Reports, estimates etc. 1910-19.<BR>Volume 19: Correspondence, minutes, statistics and reports, 1920-29, from Kusaie and Jaluit. The correspondents are Elizabeth Baldwin, Jane Baldwin, Carl Heine, Jessie Hoppin, George and Mrs Lockwood and Mathilda Maas. Some reports relate to islands under Japanese mandate (continued on PMB 761).

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

Papers

  • AU PMB MS 738
  • Collectie
  • 1852 - 1929

The papers comprise reports, correspondence, statistics, minutes, estimates, cables, financial statements, abstracts, newspaper clippings and biographical sketches of missions, and missionaries in the field, in Micronesia, predominently the Gilbert, Marshall and Caroline Islands. Also included are the logs of various missionary vessels, including the Morning Star, Hiram Bingham, Robert Logan and the Carrie and Annie. The letters, reports, etc. are contained in 19 volumes, the logs and other documents being contained in other volumes. Each volume contains an index to the contents. A detailed entry is given for each of the 30 reels of film in the series PMB 738 to 767.

Volume 1: Letters and reports, 1852-59, from mission stations at Ponape and Kusaie, Caroline Islands; also material from Ebon, Marshall Islands, and Abaiang, Gilbert Islands. The correspondence is mainly from Hiram Bingham, Edward Doane and Luther Gulick. Also a report of a visit to the Marquesas Islands of the Morning Star.<BR>Volume 2: Documents, 1852-59, relating largely to the Morning Star and the voyages it made from Honolulu to the Micronesian mission stations and also the Marquesas. (Continued on PMB 739).<BR>

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

Papers

  • AU PMB MS 739
  • Collectie
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

(Continued from 738) Volume 2: There are reports and correspondence from Samuel Moore (Captain), John W. Brown (Captain), George Pierson, E.P. Roberts, B.G. Snow and Albert A. Sturges.

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

Papers

  • AU PMB MS 742
  • Collectie
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Volume 4: correspondence, 1871-80, continued from PMB 741.

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Papers

  • AU PMB MS 751
  • Collectie
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Continued from PMB 750 - Volume 11: correspondence, 1890-99.<BR>Volume 12: Correspondence, 1890-99 (letters L-P), from Alice C. Little, Mrs Mary Logan, Charlotte Beulah Logan, Henry Nanpei, Jenny Olin, Annette Palmer, Edmund Pease, Harriet Pease, P.A. Delaporte, L. Poulsen, Francis M. Price, Mrs S.J. Price (continued on PMB 752).

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

Papers

  • AU PMB MS 755
  • Collectie
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Continued from PMB 754 - Volume 15: correspondence, 1900-09.<BR>Volume 16: Correspondence, 1900-09 (letters L-P), from missions stations on Kusaie, Guam and Truk. The correspondents are Rev. and Mrs A.A. Jagnow, Rev. and Mrs A.C. Logan, Beulah Logan, Jenny LOlin, Annette Palmer, E.M. Pease and Mrs Pease, Rev. and Mrs F.M. Price. The correspondence from Price is from California and that from Beulah Logan is from Australia. Continued on PMB 756 and 757.

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Papers

  • AU PMB MS 757
  • Collectie
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Continued from PMB 756 - Volume 16: correspondence 1900-09.<BR>Volume 17: correspondence, 1900-09 (letters R-Z), from mission stations on Kusaie, Truk, Ponape, Jaluit and Majuro. The correspondence is from Rev. and Mrs C.F. Rife, Rev. and Mrs A. Snelling, Rev. and Mrs M.L. Stimson, A.C. Walkup, Marion Wells and Louise E. Wilson. The correspondence of Walkup concerns voyages to mission stations as commander of the Hiram Bingham (continued on PMB 758).

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

Papers

  • AU PMB MS 761
  • Collectie
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Continued from PMB 760 - Volume 19: correspondence etc. 1920-29.<BR>Log of the Morning Star (Capt. George Garland), 1 November 1882 - 1 March 1884 of missionary voyages to the Caroline, Gilbert and Marshall Islands. The vessel was wrecked at Kusaie and sold at auction.<BR>Newspaper clippings, chiefly from the Missionary Herald, January 1870 - April 1884, concerning the mission to Micronesia (continued on PMB 762).

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Papers

  • AU PMB MS 765
  • Collectie
  • 1852 - 1929

Please see PMB 738 for full entry.

Continued from PMB 764 - Micronesian Mission Women's Board - Correspondence 1870-1904.<BR>Correspondence and reports, mainly from Kusaie and Truk, 1903-09. The correspondents are Elizabeth Baldwin, Jennie Baldwin, Irving Channon, Mary L. Channon, Ida Foss, Capt. George Garland, Sarah Garland, Jessie Hoppin, Jenny Olin and Annette Palmer (continued on PMB 766).

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