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George Heber Jones papers, 1898 -- 1918

George Heber Jones papers, 1898 -- 1918

This series is open for research.

1 linear feet; 1 linear foot; 2 boxes

This series contains correspondence; lectures and notes on topics including "The Rise of the Church in Korea," Christianity and World Democracy, fundamental factors in missions, and the missionary and his relationships; a sermon; outlines; seminar notes and syllabi; news clippings; and annotated chapters from Heber's books, including a substantial collection of resources and reference materials for his published work, Christianity and World Democracy.

This series is arranged in original order from the Missionary Research Library.

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Box 1 Folder 1 The Rise of the Church in Korea (8 chapters), circa 1914


Box 1 Folder 2 The Rise of the Church in Korea: Outline of lectures, circa 1914


Box 1 Folder 3-4 Christianity and World Democracy: Studies in the Social and Political Trend of World Life (13 lectures), circa 1918


Box 1 Folder 5 Fundamental Factors in Missions (8 chapters), circa 1918


Box 1 Folder 6-7 13 Lectures on The Missionary and His Relationships, circa 1915


Box 1 Folder 8 Lectures 6-10 on missions, circa 1915



Box 2 Folder 1 Sermon: "Christianity Will Win," Isa 11:10, circa 1900 -- 1918


Box 2 Folder 2-3 Correspondence, 1913 -- 1918

J. Hooksey to G. H.J., Bab Saadoun, Tunis, Jul 22, 1913 (54) G.H.J. to Brother Foote (unfinished), Algiers, Jul 25, 1913 (55) G.H.J. to Ezra S. Tipple, Lectures on The Rise of the Church in Korea, New York City, Sep 29, 1914 (56) Rev. W. Arthur Noble to G.H.J., Seoul, Nov 4, 1914 (57) G.H.J. to Bishop M.C. Harris & W.A. Noble, New York City, Dec 30, 1914 (58) H.F. Laflamme to G.H.J., Rochester, N.Y, Feb 20, 1915 (59) G.H.J. to Robert E. Speer, New York City, Jun 6, 1917 (60) George Davis to G.H.J., Peking, Dec 16, 1918 (61) 2 3 Fred B. Fisher to G.H.J., New York City, Jan 5, 1917 (62) Marie Corner to G.H.J., Hingham, MA, Apr 16, 1917 (63) Marie Corner to G.H.J., May 3, 1917 (64) G.H.J. to Marie Corner, New York City, May 9, 1917 (65) G.H.J. to The Clerk (Senate of the U.S), New York City, Jun 28, 1917 (66) J.M. Baker to G.H.J., Washington, D.C., Jun 29, 1917 (67) Springfield Republican to M. Corner, Springfield, MA, Jun 28, 1917 (68) Benjamin Chappell to G.H.J., Hartford, CT., Jan 25, 1918 (69) G.H.J. to B. Chappell, New York City, Jan 26, 1918 (70) B. Chappell to G.H.J., Hartford, CT, Jan 28, 1918 (71) G.H.J. to B. Chappell, New York City, Jan 29, 1918 (72) B. Chappell to G.H.J., Hartford, CT, Feb 15, 1918 (73) William H. Teeter to G.H.J., May 16, 1918


Box 2 Folder 4 Seoul, 1915 -- 1916

E.M. Cable to "Friends," Seoul, Feb 3, 1915 (75) Frank H. Smith to "Home Folks," Seoul, Dec 13, 1916 (76)


Box 2 Folder 5 Papers documenting Trans-Siberian route, "Seoul to London via Siberia" from Seoul Press, Overland via the Trans-Siberian Railway pamphlet, Lecture notes on Russia, 1908 -- 1916


Box 2 Folder 6 General news clippings re: trade reports, imperial journeys, and Korean progress from Seoul Press, 1908 -- 1911


Box 2 Folder 7 World Democracy papers, circa 1916 -- 1918

Notes on Conference re: proposed book on World Democracy, Richards Villa, Jun 24, 1916, 1p (79); Syllabus for World Democracy, [1917?], 21p (80); Outline of Christianity and World Democracy, [1918?], 6p (81); Outline of Lectures, Missions and the Rise of World Democracy, [1918?], 5p (82) Chapter themes of World Democracy, [1918?], 18p (83)


Box 2 Folder 8-18 Research materials for World Democracy, journal and book reviews, 1898 -- 1917