Church Missionary Society
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Microfilm copies of the papers of Reverend Canon Peter Geoffrey Bostock as Church Missionary Society missionary in Kenya (1935-1958), and Archdeacon of Mombasa, dealing mainly with the Anglican Church's response to Mau Mau rehabilitation and social problems through the work of the Christian Council of Kenya and Inter-Church Aid (later Christian Aid). With a series of annual letters to the Church Missionary Society headquarters in London from Bostock and his predecessor Reverend H.T. Harris…
Extents: 6 Reels
Memoranda, press cuttings, printed items, correspondence, reports, articles and speeches relating to Fraser's work as a missionary and teacher in Uganda, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), the Gold Coast (now Ghana), Scotland and Jamaica. Included are circular letters (entitled "Journals" and "Letter to Prayer Helpers") written by Fraser and his wife whilst in Uganda, Ceylon and the Gold Coast, and letters from Fraser to his wife and son ("Sandy").
Extents: 12 boxes
No Carpet on the Floor: Recollections and Reflections , typescript memoirs concerning his missionary and literary/publishing work in Africa, 1935-1975, with a list of his papers held at the School of Oriental and African Studies, [1977-1995].
Shelfmark: MSS. Afr. s. 2280
Extents: 120 ff.
Papers as Governor of Uganda and Governor of Kenya. Also biographical material and correspondence. The years with the British South Africa Company are mainly represented by unofficial correspondence and Coryndon's own articles for magazines. No papers relating to his service under Rhodes survive in this collection. A small part of the collection is formed by correspondence and papers (1926-1931) of Sir Edward Grigg (Coryndon's successor in Kenya), along with papers (1913-1930) of…
Extents: 18 boxes
Album containing photographs taken by Colonel Eric Brooke-Anderson (Kenya administration) and his wife Amy. Mainly photographs of Fort Hall, Kenya, but also some of the surrounding area - Thika Falls, Chania Falls, Mount Kenya, and also some photographs of Zanzibar, Aden, Suez, Port Said and Durban. The photographs feature people, buildings, scenery, and include a few images of the Church Missionary Society buildings in Weithaga.
Extents: 1 album, 1 print