Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary

Daniel Johnson Fleming papers, circa 1900 -- 1949

Daniel Johnson Fleming papers, circa 1900 -- 1949

This series is open for research.

0.25 linear feet; 0.25 linear feet; 1 box

This series contains a handwritten manuscript in the Telugu language, thought to be a Buddhist primer, as well as correspondence from 1936 written by Fleming and Missionary Research Library staff regarding this primer. Two of Fleming's shorter writings are also included: his pamphlet "The Missionary Occupation of India" from 1918 details Christian missionary presence in India, and his booklet "Education through Stone and Glass" circa 1949 discusses the religious symbolism of the architecture of UTS. Also included are two photographs, one of Booker T. Washington and C. F. Andrews, and the other of Deaconess Ellen Lakshmi Goreh, the daughter of Nehemiah Nilankantha Goreh, an early convert in India.

This series is arranged by format.

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Box 1 Folder 1 Buddhist epic primer, circa 1900 -- 1936

Box 1 Folder 2 Correspondence, 1936

Box 1 Folder 3 Education Through Stone and Glass: A Study of Decorative Symbolism in Union Theological Seminary, circa 1949

Box 1 Folder 4 The Missionary Occupation of India, 1918

Box 1 Folder 5 Photographs: C.F. Andrews and Booker T. Washington, Deaconess Ellen Lakshmi Goreh, circa 1900 -- 1949