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Guide to the
Ethel Mabuce Papers
1887-1975 [1916-1921, 1969-1975]
3.5 linear feet
Ethel Mabuce
The collection chronicles the young adult life and missionary work of Ethel Mabuce (later Soelberg), a native of the Marquand, Missouri area. The collection documents Mabuce's years as a student at the Missouri Normal School in Cape Girardeau, later in Chicago at the Evangelical Institute, at Taylor University, Upland, Indiana, and ultimately during her years of service in Burma, now Myanmar. Mabuce's niece, Lucille Griffith, compiled and published her Burma letters in 1974 through the University of Alabama Press. Materials relating to the publication of this volume are also included in the collection.
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Processed by: Dr. John Coleman, 2001
Revised by: Dr. Lisa K. Speer, 2007
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