This collection comprises photographs and other miscellaneous papers relating to Eliza Orme's service as a CMS missionary teacher in India. The photographs include an album relating to her journey out to India and early years as a missionary; other photographs include ones of the school, pupils and Girl Guides. The collection also includes a volume relating to the Golden Jubilee celebrations for St Mary's Girl's School in 1956 and a handmade school magazine presented to her on retirement in 1959. Miscellaneous items comprise poetry of Eliza Orme and some photographs of family members and of places in England and Scotland .
Papers of Miss Eliza Orme
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 150 CMS/ACC355
- Dates of Creation1882-1959
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description6 volumes, 158 photographs and 1 document
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Frances Eliza Orme (1882-1975) of London, school teacher, was accepted as a Church Missionary Society missionary in 1908. She served with the North India Mission and worked at the Deogha Girls Boarding School, later known as St Mary's Girls' School, from 1910 until 1959 when she retired.
This collection forms part of the Church Missionary Society Unofficial Papers. It is arranged into a single series: Family Papers
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Open. Access to all registered researchers.
Bequeathed to the CMS by Miss Frances Orme, December 1976; transferred on permanent loan to the Special Collections Department by the CMS in the 1980s.
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