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Parents' Lives: father born in Sweden, 1870; father's education; general description of father's work after arrival in China,, 1895; description of Taipingtien mission station; father's daily routine; mass baptism of Feng Yu-hsiang's soldiers; father's involvement in the founding of the Lutheran Seminary in Shekow; description of station and father's work in Fancheng; mother's education; general description of mother's work after arrival in China, 1898; mother's response to missionary life.
Early Life: memories of adopted brother; traveling by houseboat during 1911 revolution; memories of Agnes Kittelsby; curriculum of the American School-Kikungshan (ASK); other memories of ASK; higher education.
Return to China: receives call to teach at ASK, 1931; differences between ASK at Kuling and ASK at Kikungshan; evacuation of ASK, 1938; trip to China, 1946; evacuation of ASK to Hankow and then to Hong Kong; general reflections upon work as teacher of ASK.
Midwest China Center
father, Taipingtien, mission, baptism, Feng Yu-hsiang, Lutheran Seminary, Shekow, Fancheng, mother, missionary, revolution, Agnes Kittelsby, American School-Kikungshan, ASK, Kuling, evacuation, Hankow, Hong Kong, teacher
Landahl, Lillian, "Midwest China Oral History and Archives Collection" (1978). China Oral Histories. 101.