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Descriptive Summary

Title: Charles Frederick Hancock papers
Dates: 1910-1915
Accession Number(s): 1996-036
Extent: 1 inch
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Austin Seminary Archives at the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Biographical Note: Charles Frederick Hancock (1877-1954) was a Presbyterian minister from Arkansas who served churches in Texas and Oklahoma, and as a missionary in China. Hancock earned a B.D. from Austin Seminary in 1905 (as a member of the first graduating class) and an M. A. from the University of Texas at Austin in 1926, among other degrees.

Scope and Contents: This collection consists of two letters and a diary that document a portion of Charles Frederick Hancock and Mary Penick Hancock’s service as missionaries in China.

Restrictions: Materials are available by appointment only. Contact the archivist for details.

Related Collections:: There is correspondence from Hancock in the Arthur Gray Jones Papers at the Austin Seminary Archives.

Index Terms:
Hancock, Charles Frederick, 1877-1954.
Hancock, Mary Penick, 1880-?

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Preferred Citation: Charles Frederick Hancock papers, 1910-1915, Austin Seminary Archives, Stitt Library, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary


Box Number:
C074a   Correspondence:
    C. F. Hancock to the Gastonia [?] Church, draft, 4 pages, September 2, 1910
    Mary P. Hancock to C. F. Hancock on his birthday, 1 page, November 3, 1915
B076   Diary:
    The Missionaries’ Anglo-Chinese Diary, kept by C. F. Hancock, includes diary entries, list of letters sent, discourses delivered, names of enquirers and candidates for baptism, information about itinerating, and notes, 1915
C074a   Loose items found in diary:
       Red tissue paper with Chinese characters, “The man […?] whose son got his leg [?] healed in our hospital,” ca. 1915
       Newspaper clipping, “Prohibition facts,” undated

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