Copies of black & white photographs which belonged to Alice Whittome, together with copies of obituaries and a biographical note. Photographs depict scenes of missionary life in China at the time of Alice Whittome's posting with the China Inland Mission, and images of her grave.
Copies of photographs belonging to Alice Whittome, missionary with the China Inland Mission
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- ReferenceGB 102 MS 380901
- Dates of Creation2006
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- Language of MaterialEnglish
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Administrative / Biographical History
Alice Whittome (1867-1907) was born in Hilgay, Norfolk, in 1867. She became a nurse, training either at the London Hospital or Great Ormond Street, and worked for the King's physician. She became a missionary with the China Inland Mission in 1903, and sailed from Potsmouth in September of the same year. She was stationed at Chin-kiang, where the mission had a sanatorium and hospital for the Chinese. At the time of her death in 1907, she was at Chefoo, where she had gone to help in the Mission Hospital and compound.
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Sent in the first instance to the Overseas Missionary Fellowship, and transferred to SOAS Library in 2007.