Three editions of the 'Kingsmead Letter' for 1943.
Printed circular letter from G E Phillips, Department of Missions, Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham, December 1943. Discusses changing world and impact on Selly Oak, events for missionaries on furlough, thoughts on those interned and asks for continued co-operation for providing source material for seminars, etc.
Printed circular from G E Phillips, Department of Missions, Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham, July 1944. Offers thanks for letters giving personal accounts of mission, particularly during trying times of war. Whilst Christianity remains the same mission must change as the world changes. Mentions staff changes at Selly Oak and hopes to improve the preparation of male missionaries before going abroad, particularly to reflect impact of war. Support for indigenous clergy and formation of national churches.
Typed circular letter from 'Lawson', the Rev J L Garforth, at Aler [India], 4 Aug 1948. Explains in detail the problems of attempting to arrange for prescription drugs to be brought into the states of Madras and Hyderabad for medical missionary work.
Typed circular letter from 'Lawson' [Rev J L Garforth], at Church Compound, Aler, NSR [India], 8 Sept 1948. Explains in details the problems of collecting prescription drugs from Madras to bring back to Hyderabad State for medical missionary work and mentions health issues amongst his own family.