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Dr. Alice Henrietta "Adee" Gregg (1893-1978) was a 1914 graduate of Winthrop College and she served as a Christian missionary to China from 1916 to 1950.
Scope and Content Note
Dr. Alice Henrietta Gregg (1893-1978) was a 1914 graduate of Winthrop College and she served as a Christian missionary to China from 1916 to 1950. The Alice Henrietta Gregg Papers in box one primarily consist of dissertation notes on Chinese culture, pamphlets, & magazines relating to China, a dedication book, drawings, pictures, a portfolio of Indian art, and a scrapbook (1950-1967) which contains some correspondence and biographical information. The collection in box 2 primarily consist of Dr. Alice Gregg’s bible, a copy of her book titled: Hsin Hsin Yin; Hearts Touch Hearts, a book titled: Fifty Years in China, The Memoirs of John Leighton Stuart, Missionary & Ambassador, pictures, inspirational letters, note cards, newspaper articles referring to Dr. Gregg’s missionary work in China, biographical articles and obituary notices, map of Anking, China.
The Dr. Alice Henrietta Gregg Papers were donated to the Archives by Mrs. Fred R. Davies on April 7, 1980, and by Mr. Boyce Talbert III on September 30, 2008.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Alice Henrietta Gregg Papers - Accession 312". Finding Aid 348.