Literature and records generated by and/or circulated to its members by the Central Literature Committee for Moslems, represented by Constance E. Padwick, Church Missionary Society missionary, and K. H. Henrey, evangelistic missionary, acting jointly as Editorial Secretary.
Records of the Central Literature Committee for Moslems
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- ReferenceGB 150 DA07
- Dates of CreationSeptember 1932 - July 1942
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialFrench
- Physical Description3 boxes 1 bundle
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Central Literature Committee for Moslems existed as an informal organisation to help the various mission publishing bodies, circa 1934-1942. Literature and records of the organisation were circulated by Constance E. Padwick a Church Missionary Society missionary, and Miss K. H. Henrey, an evangelistic missionary, acting jointly as Editorial Secretary.
Reference: University of Birmingham, Special Collections Online Archive Catalogue ( http://calmview.bham.ac.uk/ ). Accessed April 2002.
Loose circulars are arranged chronologically, by date stamped or typed on papers [previously in no discernible order].
Open to bona fide research scholars on the production of a letter of introduction from their tutor, or at the discretion of the Librarian of Selly Oak Colleges. Researchers should apply initially to the University Archivist in the Special Collections Department, Main Library.
Unknown deposit to the Selly Oak Colleges Central Library [later forming part of the Orchard Learning Resources Centre]. It is possible that James Windrow Sweetman acquired these records and that they were deposited at the same time as his own papers.
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Following the merger of the Selly Oak Colleges and the University of Birmingham in 1999 the custodial ownership of collections belonging to the Selly Oak Colleges and held at the Orchard Learning and Resource Centre (OLRC) was transferred to the University. These collections now form part of the University's Special Collections Department and are available for consultation at the Main Library on the University's Edgbaston Campus.