Letters

Scope and Content

Correspondence written mainly by Leslie Pacey (and later his wife Mildred) principally to his parents. Letters mainly written from the mission field in Yunnan but also include his letters from the College of Chinese Studies in Peiping [Beijing].

Arrangement

Two series of page numbers created by the family for the letters (first red then green). Some gaps in sequence due to misnumbering and a few letters (such as to younger siblings) having been removed.

Earlier letters (page nos 1-69) were not deposited with the Methodist Church.

Access Information

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Archivist's Note

Catalogued

Conditions Governing Use

For permission to publish, please contact Archives & Special Collections, SOAS Library in the first instance

Copyright vested with Pacey family

Related Material

Some of the letters in this series are transcribed or summarised in 'Yunnan Service' by A L Pacey (1983). Furthermore, some letters are also transcribed or summarised in the work in this collection entitled 'A Small Link: 1932-1939, memoirs and diaries of Mildred Button (Mrs MIldred Pacey)'.