Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/ACC1005
TitleAccession 1005: Papers of Dorothy Edith King
Extent1 file, 1 item
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DescriptionScrap album compiled by Dorothy King whilst serving as a missionary in Egypt with the Church Missionary Society.
ArrangementThis collection forms part of the Church Missionary Society Unofficial Papers. It is arranged into a single series of Family Papers.
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Access StatusOpen
Creator NameKing, Dorothy Edith, 1910-1997, missionary and teacher
Administrative HistoryDorothy Edith King was born 12 January 1910. In 1945 she was accepted as a CMS missionary and served with the Egypt Mission as headmistress of the Old Cairo Girls' School for primary school children. In October 1951, she became Acting Mission Secretary; a year later her resignation from the Society was accepted as she returned to England due to 'family circumstances'. She died 4 January 1997.

Source: Minutes of the CMS General Committee, 21 October 1952 (CMS/G/C1/107); information supplied by the donor.
AcquisitionPresented by the niece of Dorothy King, September 2013.
Archival NoteCatalogued by I. Frlan. Cataloguing completed October 2013. Prepared in accordance with General International Standard Archival Description, ISAD(G), second edition, 2000 and Church Missionary Society cataloguing guidelines.
Related MaterialCadbury Research Library holds further records relating to Dorothy King in the Church Missionary Society Archive (GB 0150 CMS).


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