|Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary|
At a Glance
Arranged in 6 series: 1. Writings and Publications, 1877-1961; 2. Organizations and Conferences, 1907-1971; 3. Correspondence, 1920-1971; 4. Geographical Areas, 1913-1971; 5. Source Files, 1895-1971; 6. Oversized Materials, 1907-1970.
Circular letters of Conseil Protestant au Congo, 1929-1960; minutes, reports, and other documents, including materials and correspondence on the Jubilee history of the Conseil Protestant du Congo, 1928; Protestant mission and religious liberty in the Congo; Catholic-Protestant relations and relations between missions and government; Commission pour la protection des indigenes; reports of Foreign Missions Conference of North America, Africa Committee, 1929-1964; report letters from American Presbyterian Congo missionaries, 1931-1960; other correspondence including some with Chester Bowles and Alan Paton, 1920-1965; articles by Emory Ross, 1919-1956; and pamphlets and documents on various church and other organizations.
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History / Biographical Note
Biographical / Historical
Emory Warren Ross was a Disciples of Christ missionary in the Belgian Congo, and served as the Executive Secretary of the African Committee of the National Council of Churches of Christ U.S.A.