There are 507 items comprising of correspondence, articles, photographs and ephemera, dating from 1939 to 1982. The archive is not fully catalogued but a list of contents is available to download from the Archives & Special Collections Finding Aids webpage.
Rev Dr H.K. Moulton Papers
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- ReferenceGB 3389 AWC/Moulton
- Dates of Creation1939 - 1982
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description507 items correspondence, photographs, ephemera
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Administrative / Biographical History
Rev Prof. Dr. Harold Keeling Moulton (1903-1982) was a missionary for the Methodist Missionary Society in South India from 1927. He taught for 5 years at Findley College, Trichinopoly, before becoming Professor of New Testament Studies at United Theological College, Bangalore. He worked on the revision of the Tamil New Testament and the development of liturgy for the Church of South India. In 1957 he returned to England and was a Translation Secretary at the British and Foreign Bible Society.
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