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Early Life: impact of Student Volunteers; went to China under the Methodist Board in 1919.
China Experiences: language in Nanking; work with Bible women; death of first husband, Robert Treman; marries Edward Lockwood and becomes part of YMCA with him in Canton; memories of the YMCA in Canton; memories of the cook and Chinese food; brief background and purpose of the True Light Elementary School in Canton; differences between roles of single women and married missionaries; work at the American School in Paak Hok Tung; experience leaving China, 1950; YMCA work in Kukong during Japanese war; recent renewal of contacts.
Midwest China Center
Student Volunteers, Methodist, Nanking, Bible women, Robert Treman, Edward Lockwood, YMCA, Canton, True Light Elementary School, American School, Paak Hok Tung, missionaries, Kukong, Japanese
Refo, Muriel Lockwood, "Midwest China Oral History Interviews" (1980). China Oral Histories. 94.