Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary

John Franklin Goucher papers on Lucknow, India, 1890 -- 1919

John Franklin Goucher papers on Lucknow, India, 1890 -- 1919

This series is open for research.

0.25 linear feet; 0.25 linear feet; 1 box

This series contains correspondence pertaining to the financial and ministerial assistance which John Franklin Goucher offered to colleagues in their efforts to establish educational institutions in South and Southeast Asia, including Reid Christian College in Lucknow, India and the Anglo-Chinese College in Singapore. This series also contains a hardcover book entitled "Views in Lucknow," presented to Goucher by the students of Reid Christian College, and containing twenty-five black and white photographs of Lucknow, including views of: the Residency, Chatter Manzil, "Hoosainabad" [Hussainabad], the Great "Emambara" [Imambara], the throne room of the King of Oudli, the Sadab Ali Shah Mausoleum, Reid Christian College and its students and faculty from 1897, Christian College High School, the Women's College, the Hindustani Church, and the Methodist Episcopal Church along with its parsonage and publishing house.

This series is arranged by format.

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Box 1 Folder 1 Correspondence, 1890 -- 1919

Box 1 Folder 2 "Views in Lucknow" photograph book, 1897