Name of creator(s): Tippet | Charlotte F | fl 1902-1938 | missionary
Administrative/Biographical history: Trained and worked as a nurse; served as a missionary with the China Inland Mission from 1902; undertook medical, educational, and evangelistic work. Publications: The Clock Man's Mother, and other stories (London, 1930); The Tin Traveller (London, 1931). Her name is often found spelled Tippett.
Custodial history: The papers form part of the series of personal and private papers of individual missionaries among the records of the China Inland Mission.
Immediate source of acquisition: Donated with the records of the China Inland Mission from 1991.
CONTENT AND STRUCTURE
Scope and content/abstract: Typescript memoir by Charlotte F Tippet, 'Diversities of Operations', 1938, written at Chefoo, including her childhood and religious development and beliefs, nursing career, and missionary work and life in China (1902-1938), including medical, educational and evangelistic work.
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ACCESS AND USE
Conditions governing access: Unrestricted. Readers should order the documents as CIM box 3 in SOAS Special Collections Reading Room.
Conditions governing reproduction: No publication without written permission. Apply to archivist in the first instance.
Finding aids: Collection level description.
Related material: The School of Oriental and African Studies holds the records of the China Inland Mission (Ref: CIM), including a photograph of Miss Tippet among a group of new missionaries of 1902 (Ref: CIM/PHOTO 2/301).
Archivist's note: Compiled by Rachel Kemsley as part of the RSLP AIM25 project. Source: British Library OPAC.
Date(s) of descriptions: Aug 2002