Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/ACC475
TitleAccession 475: Papers of Miss Mabel Baggs
Extent1 file
Description A typescript copy of Miss Mabel Bagg's reminiscences of internment in Japan during the Second World war
ArrangementThis collection forms part of the Church Missionary Society Unofficial Papers. It is arranged into one series: Family Papers
Finding AidsA catalogue of this collection (forming part of the wider CMS/ACC unofficial papers catalogue) is available on the online archive catalogue. Click on the Finding Number to display the summary contents list of the catalogue and to view the full catalogue. A paper copy of this catalogue is also available for consultation at Special Collections.
Access StatusOpen
Administrative HistoryMabel Constance Baggs (1898-1984) was a CMS missionary in Japan between 1925 and 1963 working at various locations including Tokushima, Hiroshima and Kobe. She was interned in Japan throughout the Second World War.
Reference: Gordon Hewitt, The problems of success: a history of the Church Missionary Society, 1910-1942 (in 2 vols) (London: published for the Church Missionary Society by SCM Press, 1971-1977).
Custodial HistoryDeposited with the CMS in August 1981 and transferred to the Special Collections Department in July 2003
Related MaterialThe Special Collections Department holds the Church Missionary Society Archive, the official archive of the society (GB 0150 CMS), which includes papers relating to Mabel Bagg's missionary work.
For further personal papers relating to Miss Bagg's work see CMS/ACC449 and CMS/ACC547.


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