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Missionaries: Retired American Board missionaries, living at Pilgrim Place, California, 1957


Missionaries: Missionary children at Amanzimtoti Beach, ca 1918


Label on photograph: “Missionary Children at Amanzimtoti Beach ±1918” (MS BRUECKNER F5) ;

Karl Robert Brueckner papers (KCM 91/2) ;

File 4 (KCM 91/2/4) ;

Missionaries: Group of missionaries in California, 1957


Missionaries: Mrs Clutterbuck seated at a piano, in the furnished interior of a house


Label on photograph: “Mrs B says: How do you like the music cabinet? (behind Mrs Clutterbuck).  This is where Robert goes to play the mandolin.  Mrs C plays the piano, Mrs Begg the violin or guitar, Mr Begg the piano & mandolin.”  (MS BRUECKNER F3) ;

Missionaries: Mrs Bertha A. Stick handing medicine to an unidentified Zulu woman


Press cutting: picture of Mrs Bertha A. Stick, Adams, and a Zulu woman.  Includes text (MS BRUECKNER F2) ;

Missionaries: Mrs George Cowles; Frederick Cowles; Helen Cowles


Label on photograph: “For Anna.  Mrs George Cowles – Umzumbe; Frederick Cowles; Helen Cowles.  George Cowles was principal at Adams 1899-1902” (MS BRUECKNER F1) ;

Karl Robert Brueckner papers (KCM 91/2) ;

File 4 (KCM 91/2/4) ;

LeRoy family


Label on photograph: “Le Roy Family 1912 (Le Roy principal of Adams College after 1902)” (A3 MS BRUECKNER) ;

Photograph printed from a negative by Campbell Collections staff ;

Karl Robert Brueckner papers (KCM 91/2) ;

File 4 (KCM 91/2/4) ;

Mr and Mrs LeRoy (Principal of Adams College)


Label on photograph: "Mr LeRoy, principal of Adams. His wife is a true missionary helpmeet even on a motorcycle journey" (MS BRUECKNER A2) ;

Karl Robert Brueckner papers (KCM 91/2) ;

File 4 (KCM 91/2/4) ;

Karl Robert Brueckner, 1882 - 1965


Label on photograph: "Father 1921 Robert Brueckner" (MS BRUECKNER A1) ;

Karl Robert Brueckner papers (KCM 91/2) ;

File 4 (KCM 91/2/4) ;

Photograph placed in sleeve labelled: "A: LeRoy Family 1912"



Modern myths of Africa

The myth of Africa as a continent of primitive savages is now so well established that it is likely to be decades before it is uprooted.

Blame it on the missionaries

Editorial around Nelson Mandela and Communism.

Colenso: Success or Failure
Missionary zeal
Africanisation of the Church

The article discusses the urgent need for Africanisation (or indigenisation) of the Church in South Africa and calls for the building on the work of the missionaries and more black clergy. Letters in response to the article are included.

Indian Opinion Vol.53 No.13 Apr 1954
Indian Opinion Vol.53 No.14 Apr 1954
African revolutionary intellectuals and the struggle for social transformation in Africa
Book reviews
Christian liberty at stake


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