This collection comprises personal papers of Katherine Tristram relating to her service as a missionary teacher with the CMS in Japan. It includes letters to her family, 1897-1922 together with extracts from her journals made by her friend, Alice Hodgkins, and extracts and copies of her correspondence with Alice Hodgkins, photographs and other miscellaneous papers.
Papers of Katherine Tristram
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- ReferenceGB 150 CMS/ACC104
- Dates of Creation1887-1948
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description4 files 3 documents 4 packets 7 photographs
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Administrative / Biographical History
Katherine Alice Salvin Tristram (1859-1948) was the daughter of Henry Baker Tristram (1822-1906) Canon of Durham. She was educated at Gilchrist School and London University and became a mathematical lecturer at Westfield College, Hampstead. She was accepted as a Church Missionary Society (CMS) missionary in 1888 and served with the Japan Mission where she was Principal of Bishop Poole's Memorial Girls School, Osaka. She resigned from service with the CMS in 1928.
Reference: Register of missionaries (clerical, lay & female) and native clergy from 1804 to 1904 ( Church Missionary Society, 1905 ). ; and unpublished additions to this register in the CMS archives
This collection forms part of the Church Missionary Society Unofficial Papers. It is arranged into one series: Family Papers.
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Deposited with the CMS, c. 1948; transferred on permanent loan to the Special Collections Department by the CMS in the 1980s.
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