The collection contains: an album of 20 colour photographs of Beijing scenes; and 69 colour slides and associated commentary of a lantern slide lecture, 'A preaching walk through the Ningsia [Ningxia] district.'
L C Wood Collection
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- ReferenceGB 3189 CSCNWW17
- Dates of Creation1935-1945
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish Chinese
- Physical Description69 slides; Album containing 20 photographs
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
L C Wood was a missionary with the China Inland Mission in the region of Ningxia, north-west China. He arrived in China around the early 1920s and worked there with his wife until he left in January 1943. On his return to England he gave talks and slide shows about the mission in China.
Open to researchers. It is essential to arrange an appointment in advance to view the archive in order that someone can be available to help. Please contact us by email at divinity-CSWC@ed.ac.uk. Telephone the Centre on: 0131 650 8900. Postal address: Centre for the Study of World Christianity, University of Edinburgh School of Divinity, New College, Mound Place, Edinburgh, EH1 2LX.
Other Finding Aids
A paper catalogue is available for researchers in the Centre.
Description originally written and researched by Caroline Brown in June 2001. This had been added to Archives Hub in August 2012 by Louise Williams.
Conditions Governing Use
Reproduction of materials (for example by digital camera) is free for private research and educational use, although we ask researchers to sign an agreement. Please contact us for enquiries on using the material in a commercial setting, for which there will be a fee. Contact us by email at divinity-CSWC@ed.ac.uk. Telephone the Centre on: 0131 650 8900. Postal address: Centre for the Study of World Christianity, University of Edinburgh School of Divinity, New College, Mound Place, Edinburgh, EH1 2LX.
No further additions to the collection are expected.