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Helen Fayville Topping papers

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Adminstrative Information

Detailed Description

Correspondence

Sermons and Addresses - Kagawa

Typescripts of Kagawa's Books and Mrs. Kagawa's Work

Kagawa's Life

Kagawa's Organizations and Kagawa-Related Organizations

Research Material - Kagawa & Topping

Helen Topping's Sermons, Addresses, and Papers

Educational Materials

Research Material - Asia, Europe, United States

Miscellaneous Printed Material

Miscellaneous Japanese Materials

Miscellaneous


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Title: Helen Fayville Topping papers, 1872-1968Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: 1/2/MSS 034

Primary Creator: Topping, Helen, (1889-1981.)

Extent: 76.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Arranged in twelve series: (1) Correspondence, (2) Sermons and Addresses-Kagawa, (3) Typescripts, (4) Biographical, (5) Organizations, (6) Research Material-Kagawa & Topping, (7) Sermons, Addresses, and Papers-Topping, (8) Educational Material, (9) Research Material-Asia, Europe, United States, (10) Printed Material, (11) Japanese Material, (12) Miscellaneous

Subjects: Christianity. - Japan, Japan, Japan - Religion, Kagawa, Toyohiko, 1888-1960, Topping, Helen, 1889-1981.

Forms of Material: Correspondence., Kagawa, Toyohiko, 1888-1960 - Correspondence, Manuscripts for publication., Records (documents), Speeches, addresses, etc., Topping, Helen, 1889-1981. - Correspondence

Languages: English, Japanese

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection consists of  correspondence and other papers of Christian missionaries Helen Topping and Toyohiko Kagawa. The materials include his addresses, mostly issues of his various English-language publications, and publicity materials regarding Kagawa and his work. There is an unpublished translation of a Japanese biography by Haruichi Yokoyama in the collection.  There are also numerous first-hand accounts of Japanese and even Chinese social conditions and missionary activities, and a good bit of material on cooperatives in the Philippines.

Among the typescripts in the collection (Kagawa was the author of over 150 books in Japanese) is the third of his autobiographical novels, Listening to the Walls, which is translated but unpublished in English.

Biographical Note

Helen Topping was born April 12, 1889, in Rochester, New York, the daughter of two American missionaries, Genevieve and Henry Topping. In 1895 she was taken to Japan for six years, which began her interest in other cultures.  She attended the Francis W. Parker School in Chicago and began spreading Parker's theories of education.  In 1905 at a religious conference at Silver Bay, Wisconsin, she dedicated herself to missionary work.  She later obtained degrees in education from a Baptist school, Denison University, and later Columbia University.

In 1925 she found her mission when a Japanese evangelist, Toyohiko Kagawa called her to work for him as his English secretary and organizer in America.

Toyohiko Kagawa was born in 1888. By the time Helen Topping went to work for him he was already well-known for his work in founding churches, settlement houses, cooperatives, labor unions, schools, relief work after the earthquake of 1923, and for the publication of his highly successful first novel, Crossing the Death Line.

Topping joined Kagawa in Japan in 1927  when he was in the midst of a monumental crusade, the "Kingdom of God Movement," which aimed at converting a significant portion of Japanese to Christianity.

Topping's parents, officially retired, joined her in working for Kagawa and together they edited and distributed Kagawa's English-language magazine, "Friends of Jesus," and the Kagawa calendar.

In 1932 Topping lost her American funding, but she continued to function unofficially on Kagawa's behalf until nearly the beginning of World War II.  Following the war -which Topping spent in the U.S.- she resumed her efforts for him, but the indeterminate nature of her responsibilities and the lack of an assured income often proved unsettling. She also went to the Philippines to teach four times, always stressing the propagation of Kagawa's doctrine of cooperation and Parker's theories on education.

Subject/Index Terms

Christianity. - Japan
Japan
Japan - Religion
Kagawa, Toyohiko, 1888-1960
Topping, Helen, 1889-1981.

Administrative Information

Repository: Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center

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Related Materials: Helen Fayville Topping photograph collection PH 34

Preferred Citation: [Item], Helen Fayville Topping papers, Special Collections Research Center, Southern Illinois University Carbondale.


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Series 1: CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: Correspondence, 1936 January-JuneAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: Correspondence, 1937 October-DecemberAdd to your cart.
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Folder 5: Correspondence, 1938 October-DecemberAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Correspondence, 1939Add to your cart.
Box 10Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Correspondence, 1940Add to your cart.
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Folder 5: Correspondence, 1944Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Correspondence, 1945 January-SeptemberAdd to your cart.
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Folder 8: Correspondence, 1946 January-MarchAdd to your cart.
Box 11Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Correspondence, 1946 April-JuneAdd to your cart.
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Box 12Add to your cart.
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Folder 5: Correspondence, 1950 January-MarchAdd to your cart.
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Box 13Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Correspondence, 1950 July-DecemberAdd to your cart.
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Folder 6: Correspondence, 1952 July-DecemberAdd to your cart.
Box 14Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Correspondence, 1953 January-JuneAdd to your cart.
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Folder 5: Correspondence, 1955 January-JuneAdd to your cart.
Box 15Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Correspondence, 1955 July-DecemberAdd to your cart.
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Box 17Add to your cart.
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Folder 8: Correspondence, 1967Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Correspondence, 1968Add to your cart.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Correspondence, 1920-1952Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Correspondence, 1958-1968Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Correspondence, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Correspondence cards, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Correspondence cards, undatedAdd to your cart.
Box 19Add to your cart.
Folder 1: C. D. Gorman & PublishersAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Gressitt, 1925-1939Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Topping family, genealogicalAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Dr. Robert Part - Helen ToppingAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Kagawa's U.S. Trip, 1931 January-JulyAdd to your cart.
Box 20Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Kagawa's U.S. trip, 1931 AugustAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Kagawa's U.S. trip, 1931 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Kagawa's U.S. trip, 1931 October-DecemberAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Kagawa's Australian trip, 1935 January-MarchAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Kagawa's Australian trip, 1935 AprilAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Kagawa's Australian trip, 1935 MayAdd to your cart.
Box 21Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Kagawa's Australian trip, 1935 June 1-19Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Kagawa's Australian trip, 1935 June 20-30Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Kagawa's Australian trip, 1935 July-DecemberAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Kagasa's U.S. trip., 1935Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Subscription orders, Friends of Jesus from China, 1930-1932Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Calendar orders, 1937 January-SeptemberAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Calendar orders, 1937 October-DecemberAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Kagawa's Indian trip, 1938 October-DecemberAdd to your cart.
Series 2: Sermons and Addresses - KagawaAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 1: Weishien Conference Addresses, Jan. - Feb. 1931Add to your cart.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Kagawa's Sermons and Addresses, 1930 September 9 - 1931 February 4Add to your cart.

"Welcome to Dr. Warnhuis," Tokyo, TMCA; Sept. 9, 1930

"The Indivdual Aspect of Religious Education," Shanghai Fellowship Conference, Jan. 17, 1931. Published in Shanghai Friends of Jesus issue.

"The Christian Brotherhood Movement in Rural District," I-IV, Jan. 29, 1931. Published in Economic Foundations issue of Friends of Jesus

"Religious Education," Jan. 29, 1931

"The Cross and its Relation to our Own Life," Jan. 29, 1931

"The Social Aspect of the Cross of Jesus,” Jan. 30, 1929

“The Ethical Aspect of the Cross of Jesus,” Jan. 31, 1931

“The Spirit of Christ,” Feb. 1, 1931 (two version)

“The Christian Brotherhood Movement,” V, Feb. 2, 1931 (two versions).  Published in Economic Foundations issue of Friends of Jesus, Aug. 1932.

“The Social Ethics of Jesus Christ Based on the Law of the Cross,” Feb. 2, 1931 (two versions)

“The Christian Brotherhood Movement,” Feb. 3, 1931.  Published in Economic Foundations issue of Friends of Jesus, Aug. 1932

“Paul’s Interpretation of the Cross,” Feb. 4, 1931

Folder 2: Kagawa's Sermons & Addresses, continued, 1930-1936Add to your cart.

"My Experience of God," Mt. Hollywood Congregational Church, Sept 24, 1931 (three versions)

"Peace Education," in the Friends of Jesus, Gotemba, Summer, 1932

Sub-Series 2: Addresses on the Holy Spirit, Matsuzawa Church Published in Christian International issue of Jesus, June 1933Add to your cart.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Folder 2Add to your cart.

“The Holy Spirit in Acts,” March 12, 1933

“Christ’s Experience of the Holy Spirit,” March 19, 1933

“The Holy Spirit Sanctification,” April 2, 1933

After Reading “Rethinking Mission,” March 29, 1933 (two versions).  Published in The Christian Century, May 1933

“The Prophet Amos,” April, 1933 (two versions).  Published in Pillar of Cloud (Kumo not Hashira) in Japanese

“The Kingdom of God Movement,” June 22, 1933

“The Cooperative Movement,” in Japan, Oriental Culture School, Karuizawa, July 17, 1933

“St. Paul’s Method of Evangelism,” November 14, 1933

Sub-Series 3: 1934 Addresses Transcribed and Edited by Helen HoppingAdd to your cart.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Folder 3Add to your cart.

Personal Message from Toyohiko Kagawa about One Million Souls for Christ Movement, (ca. January 1934)

“Meditation about Christ,” Formosa, February 4, 1934

“Training Leaders for Rural Leadership,” Manila, February 10, 1934

“Meditation on the Cross,” Central Church, Manila, February 11, 1934 (two versions)

“Life of a Prophet King and Priest,” Ellinwood Church, Manial, February 11, 1934

“Experiences in the Slums,” YMCA, Manial, February 12, 1934

Sub-Series 4: Addresses to Philippine National Christian Council, February 1934Add to your cart.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Folder 3Add to your cart.

“Christian Education,” February 15, 1934

Address to Evangelistic Committee, Union Seminary, February 15, 1934

“The System of Love Developed in the Thirteenth Epistles of Paul,” Union Seminary, February 15, 1934

“Rural Evangelism and the Cooperatives on Rural Work," February 16, 1934

“The Beautitudes of Christ,” Tagalog Convention, February 17, 1934

“The Unceasisng Revelation of God to Human Beings,” United Church, February 18, 1934

“Love the Law of Life,” Students Mass Meeting, Central Church, February 18, 1934 (two versions)  

“Address at Union Church,” Manila, February 25, 1934

“The Kingdom of God Movement in Japan.” San Fernando Methodist Conference, February 25, 1934

“The Modern Guild State and Socialism,” Manila University, February 26, 1934

“The Meditation of St. Paul in Prison,” Methodist Conference, February 26, 1934

“Address to the League of Nations Meeting,” Hongkong, March 2, 1934

“Address at Bridges St. YMCA,” March 4, 1934

“Chinese Service in the Hongkong Catherdral,” March 4, 1934

“Dr. Kagawa Speaks to an Oxford Group Meeting in Shanghai,” March 10, 1934

“The New Philosophy of Economics,” Christian Fellowship, Hongkong Cathedral,  March 4, 1934

“Address to the Kagawa Fellowship,” Tokyo, March 23, 1934

“One Aspect of the Personality of Jesus and of the Significance of His Teachings,” (ca. 1934)

Some recent experiences showing the attitudes of the public toward Christianity. (Notes on a speech to the Executive Committee of the Kagawa Fellowship, June 26, 1934)

Sub-Series 5: Addresses 1935Add to your cart.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Folder 4Add to your cart.

What Christ is Doing for Japan.” St. Clemet’s Church of England, Marrickville, March 26, 1935, and Melbourne Youth Rally, May 4, 1935

“The Bible in the Far East,” British and Foreign Bible Society, Collins St. Baptist Church, Melbourne, May 7, 1935

“Japan and Australia,” League of Nationals, Melbourne, April 29, 1935

“Address to the Tokyo District meeting of the Friends of Jesus,” September 8, 1935

“Paul’s Seven Paradoxes,” (ca. 1935.  Published in the Australian issue of the Friends of Jesus.

Sub-Series 6: Addresses 1936Add to your cart.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Folder 5Add to your cart.

“Apply the Cooperative Movement to Worldwide Commerce,” Rauschenbusch Club, Cleveland, March 4, 1936

“Address at Buffalo,” March 29, 1936 (notes by H. Topping)

“Address, Chicago Women’s Club,” May 26, 1936

“Kagawa Fellowship Retreat,” November 11-12, 1936; transcribed by Helen Topping Address on November 11, 1936 (two versions)

Bible Study, November 12, 1936

“Cooperative Works at Home and Abroad”

“Evangelism”

“My Trip,” November 19-20, 1936

“The Discovery of Redeeming Love, “ Matsuzawa Church, November 22, 1936

“The Discovery of the Religion of the Cross,” (ca. 1936)

“How Japan is solving the Problem of Depression,” (ca. 1936)

Sub-Series 7: Addresses 1937Add to your cart.
Box 23Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.

“Kagawa Fellowship Retreat,” November 21-22, 1937; transcribed by Helen Topping

Bible Study

“Future Evangelism in Japan”

“Proposal for World Peace Based on International Cooperatives,” November 22, 1937/ Published in Friends of Jesus, 1964 (three versio

“Addresses to the Kagawa Fellowship,” December 14, 1937 (annotated by Helen Topping)

Cooperatives, National and International (ca. 1937) (notes of T.T. Braumbaugh)

“The Church of Crisis,” 193

“Speech and Chinese-Japan Relatives,” (ca. 1937)

Sub-Series 8: Addresses 1938-1953 and Undated AddressesAdd to your cart.
Box 23Add to your cart.
Folder 2Add to your cart.

“Secrets of a Growing Spiritual Life, Fellowship of Christian Missionaries,” published in Religious Digest, July 1938. Vol. 7:34

“Christ in Japan,” (ca. 1938)

“Repentence,” September 30, 1945

“Democracy in Japan,” translated by Masado Ikezuki, (1945 ca. October 1-16)

“Preface to a Series of Lectures on Neo-Practical English” translated by Masako Ikezuki, (1945 ca. October 1-16)

“The Dream of Establishing an Interantional State,” October 16, 1945

“Acts of Jesus Christ,” Translated by Jasako Ikezuki, December 2, 1945

“The Redemptive Love of Christ,” Christmas message, Imperial University Auditorium, December 23, 1945

“The World in Which Jesus Lived,” Translated by Masako Ikezuki, January 14, 1946

“Meditation upon the Hymn of Virgin Mother Mary,” translated by Masako Ikezuki, January 14, 1946

“Christianity in Japan,” translated by Masaki Ikezuki, December 28, 1945

“The Hope and Preview of 1946,” February 15, 1946, published in Jikyoku-joho, January 1946

“Address on Easter,” tanslated by Masako Ikezuki, April 21, 1946

“Address at the First Methodist Church,” Akron, Ohio, November 15, 1950

“Divine Calling,” Christian Youth Rally, Indianapolis, November 20, 1950

“Christianity and World Federation,” Japanese Language School Students, Tokyo, January 16, 1953

“Christ as Seen by John, the Disciple,” Friends of Jesus, n.d.

“Why is There so Much Sin in the World if God is Guiding Everyone?, n.d.

Sub-Series 9: Excerpts from Kagawa's Work and Short StatementsAdd to your cart.
Box 23Add to your cart.
Folder 3Add to your cart.

Table of Contents, On Medical Guilds (also titled Medical Cooperatives,) 1934

Excerpts form Christ and Japan, 1934

Fragment from Person-Centered Socialism (also titled Personalistic Socialism and Principles of Personalistice Socialism), 1949

Passages, short meditations, short statements, and fragments

Sub-Series 10: Articles by KagawaAdd to your cart.
Box 23Add to your cart.
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 11: Short MeditationsAdd to your cart.
Box 23Add to your cart.
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Additional addresses by Kagawa on the labor movement in Japan can be found under Source Materials on the Japanese Labor Movement.  Materials arranged by subject section
Series 3: Typescripts of Kagawa's Books and Mrs. Kagawa's WorkAdd to your cart.
Box 24Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
The Daily Life of Jesus, 1923.  Published in English as Jesus through Japanese Eyes.  The Letterwork Press, London, 1934
Folder 2Add to your cart.
The Religion of Jesus.  Translated by Helen Topping.  Published by the Student Christian Press, 1931.  (Introduction, chapters II-III)
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Listening to the Walls.  Translated by Henry Topping, Hiromu Aruga, Edne Linsley Gressitt
Folder 4Add to your cart.
A Grain of Wheat, 1931.  Translated by Marion Draper.  Published by Hodder & Stroughton, Ltd., London, 1933 (two copies Japanese)
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Love the Law of Life, 1924.  Translated by J. Fullerton Gressitt. Published by the John C. Winston, Co., 1929
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Kneeling before God.  (January-April, May-June 5, September-December, 1932)
Box 25Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
On Medieval Guilds, 1934.  Translated by K. Hosokai.  (First version, chapters I-XV, second version)
Folder 2Add to your cart.
When Taro Comes Home from School
Folder 3Add to your cart.
The Willow the Bridgeby Kagawa and Franklin Cole. ( Kagawa’s poems not included)
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Miscellaneous Poems by Kagawa
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Kagawa’s Work
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Kagawa’s Work
Folder 7Add to your cart.

Mrs. Kagawa’s Work

“How I Came to Know and Love and Serve the Lord Jesus Christ,” by Haruko Kagawa

Mrs. Lagawa’s Talk to Mothers

“Little Stories of the Slums,” by Harulo Kagawa, August 22, 1929

Series 4: Kagawa's LifeAdd to your cart.
Box 26Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Kagawa, biographical data
Folder 2Add to your cart.
Biography of Kagawa by Haruichi Yoloyama, June 1952
Folder 3Add to your cart.
List of locations of Kagawa’s projects
Folder 4Add to your cart.
List of photo-captions of Kagawa’s work
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Lists of Kagawa’s published and unpublished works through 1961
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Recollections of Kagawa, reports of his work
Folder 7: Materials related to Dr. Carola Barth, German biographer of Dr. KagawaAdd to your cart.
Series 5: Kagawa's Organizations and Kagawa-Related OrganizationsAdd to your cart.
Box 27Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
The Christian Labor Mission of Japan, 1925
Folder 2Add to your cart.
The Christian International, 1931
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Kagawa Cooperator, 1926-1932
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Kingdom of God
Folder 5Add to your cart.

Kagawa Fellowship

    Mailing list, November 17, 1936

    Minutes and financial reports of the Annual Meeting; 1935, 1936, and 1937

    Annual Retreat, 1936, 1937, and 1938

    Statement by Pal S. Mayer, Chairman, Kagawa fellowship in Japan; suggested

    subjects for prayer; constitution

Folder 6Add to your cart.
Kagawa Foundation, 1937
Folder 7Add to your cart.
Reports on all of Kagawa’s work through 1937; finances from 1938-1937
Folder 8Add to your cart.
Mailing lists; “Name” persons associated with Kagawa Movement in America
Folder 9Add to your cart.
Material on a proposed conference, ca. 1937
Folder 10Add to your cart.
Diary of Oberlin in Tokyo, 1946-1949
Folder 11Add to your cart.
Minutes for the Committee on Education and Relief for Japan; progress report, 1946-1950
Folder 12Add to your cart.
Parker Society, 1953
Folder 13Add to your cart.
Tokyo (Nakano) Medical Cooperative, 1930’s-1962
Folder 14Add to your cart.
Parker-Kagawa Foundation, 1963
Series 6: Research Material - Kagawa & ToppingAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 1: Periodicals Relating to KagawaAdd to your cart.
Box 28Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Excerpt from November 1928 Friends of Jesus
Folder 2Add to your cart.
Fragments of copy, possibly from 1960 Friends of Jesus; other fragments, n.d
Folder 3Add to your cart.
1961 copy of Friends of Jesus
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Copy and page proofs of various versions of the 1964 Friends of Jesus
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Xeroxed proofs of the 1968 Friends of Jesus
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Friends of Jesus, 1927; June 1928; July 1929; April 1930; January 1931; December 1931; February 1932; June 1933; June 1937; 1946; 1961;1964;1966;1907; and 1968
Sub-Series 2: Kagawa Calendars (under various titles)Add to your cart.
Box 29Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
1955 calendar copy
Folder 2Add to your cart.
1956 calendar copy
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Miscellaneous calendar plans and copy
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Kagawa calendars, 1937-1940; 1947-1952; 1957; 1959 calendar promotional materials
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Kagawa Fellowship Bulletin; copy for March 1938; copy for December 1936
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Kagawa Fellowship Bulletin, March 1934; April 1935; June 1936; October 1936; December 1938
Folder 7Add to your cart.
Pillar of Fire (Friends of Jesus), in Japanese, 1967-1968
Folder 8Add to your cart.
Pillar of Cloud.  Japanese edition with English translation--Newsletter, Christian; 1963
Folder 9Add to your cart.
The World State, September 1949; 1953; #1 1954, #7
Sub-Series 3: Source Materials on Kagawa, Topping, or AssociatesAdd to your cart.
Box 30Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Public Relations materials
Folder 2Add to your cart.
Copy for publicity brochure for Kagawa Cooperators
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Testimonial statements and tributes to Kagawa
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Press clippings, 1927-1949
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Press clippings, 1950
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Press clippings 1951; undated
Box 31Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Reprints, copies, excerpts of materials made by Helen Topping, 1924-1939
Folder 2Add to your cart.
Reprints, copies, excertps of material made by Helen Topping, 1940-1951
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Reprints, copies, excerpts of material made by Helen Topping, 1960; undated
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Magazine articles on Kagawa or Helen Topping, 1925-1939
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Magazine articles on Kagawa or Helen Topping, 1940; undated
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Transcripts of Interviews of Kagawa
Box 32Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Itineraries and Schedules
Folder 2Add to your cart.
Helen Topping, applications, employment and academic
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Helen Topping, autobiographical data
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Kagawa’s or Helen Topping’s associates, biographical data
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Seiichi Fujisaki, biographical data
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Tukuo Matsumoto, biographical data
Folder 7Add to your cart.
Genevieve and Henry Topping’s radio braodcasts during WWII
Series 7: Helen Topping's Sermons, Addresses, and PapersAdd to your cart.
Sermons, addresses, and papers by Helen Topping
Box 33Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Notes on an address at the London School of Economics, May 18, 1937
Folder 2Add to your cart.
“Hugenholtz of Holland,” article, October 10, 1937
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Account of a trip through Japan with Kagawa, 1939
Folder 4Add to your cart.
“Peace Through Christianity in Social Practice,” 1939
Folder 5Add to your cart.
“The Industrious Poor and the Least People,” article, May, 1943
Folder 6Add to your cart.
“Ourselves and the Philippines,” speech, May 1945
Folder 7Add to your cart.
“Franciscanism Global Engineering,” paper, (ca. 1947)
Folder 8Add to your cart.
“Cooperative Movement and Organized Labor,” speech, n.d.
Folder 9Add to your cart.
“Cooperation,” n.d.
Folder 10Add to your cart.
Notes for two speeches, n.d.
Folder 11Add to your cart.
“J.D. and J.G.,” n.d.
Folder 12Add to your cart.
“The Science of it, in Baby Language,”n.d.
Folder 13Add to your cart.
Untitled play probably by Helen Topping, n.d.
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“Four Christs of History,” sermon, n.d.
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Organizational plans, n.d.
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Two statements of Betty Kilburn incorporating parts of her letters, n.d.
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“Declaration of War,” probably by Helen Topping, n.d.
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Helen Topping’s published work on Cooperation
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Miscellaneous
Folder 20Add to your cart.
Diary of Helen Topping
Series 8: Educational MaterialsAdd to your cart.
Box 34Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Material on Francis Wayland Parker
Folder 2Add to your cart.
J.H. U. Studies in Historical and Political Science; Constitutional Development of Japan
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Lecture materials
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Miscellaneous instructional materials
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Study topics for adult missionary work
Folder 6Add to your cart.
An Adult Education Curriculum
Folder 7Add to your cart.
Parables on economics
Folder 8Add to your cart.
Book and play lists on religious drama
Folder 9Add to your cart.
North Park College, Christmas, 1956
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Clark College, 1956
Folder 11Add to your cart.
Buddhism, Christianity; course notes, Pendle Hill, 1945
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Conference materials, Rock Island, 1950
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Academic papers and proposals
Folder 14Add to your cart.
Notes for papers, miscellaneous
Box 35Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Translation by Helen Topping of an article for Professor Valyi
Folder 2Add to your cart.
“Forerunners of Global Engineering,” material for a book
Folder 3Add to your cart.
American Culture; course notes
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Modern India; course notes
Folder 5Add to your cart.
History of Social Economics Thought; course notes
Box 36Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Sociological course notes
Folder 2Add to your cart.
Recent American History, Part I; course notes
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Recent American History, Part II; course notes
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Writing for Publication; course notes
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Edna Gressitt’s Correspondence Course. Felicial Fressitt’s Stories
Series 9: Research Material - Asia, Europe, United StatesAdd to your cart.
Box 37Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Two student papers on Kagawa
Folder 2Add to your cart.
Student work
Sub-Series 1: EuropeAdd to your cart.
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Statements of Kerken Verde (Church and Peace)
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Christian Labor Movement, Netherlands
Folder 5Add to your cart.
International Union of Anti-militarist Ministers and Clergy
Folder 6Add to your cart.
European Cooperatives
Folder 7Add to your cart.
The Peace Army, 1932
Sub-Series 2: ChinaAdd to your cart.
Box 38Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Articles by Mabel R. Nowlin on rural education for women in China, April 25, 1929
Folder 2Add to your cart.
Summary of a statement by Paul Goforth on Manchuria, September 26, 1931
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Report of the Executive Committee of the Biennial Meeting of the National Christian Council, 1929-1931
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Minutes of the Joint Committee of Shanghai Women’s Organizations, January 20, 1932
Folder 5Add to your cart.
An address by Frederick Moore, “The Condition of China,” September 19, 1932
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Paper by Chang Fu Liang, “The Christian Church and Rural Reconstruction in China”
Sub-Series 3: PhilippinesAdd to your cart.
Box 38Add to your cart.
Folder 7Add to your cart.
Northern Christian College, Laoag, Ilocos Norte
Folder 8Add to your cart.
Methodism; report of Evangelical literature and publications
Folder 9Add to your cart.
Credit union material
Sub-Series 4: Japan-Rural EvangelismAdd to your cart.
Box 38Add to your cart.
Folder 10Add to your cart.
“The Evangelization of the Villages,” Sugiyama, August 1927
Folder 11Add to your cart.
Article by A.R. Stone, “Experimenting in Agricultural Missions in Japan,” June 1929
Folder 12Add to your cart.
Materials by Motojiro Sugiyama on peasant gospel schools
Folder 13Add to your cart.
Article by Tihiko Masuzaki, “Evangelizing a Fishing Village,” (ca. 1932, April)
Folder 14Add to your cart.
Speech by Gurney Binford on Rural Evangelism, November 1933
Folder 15Add to your cart.
Report on Farmer’s gospel schools, 1933
Folder 16Add to your cart.
A report on Nagano Nomin Fukaun Gakko by Dorothy Norman, n.d.
Folder 17Add to your cart.
An account of the work of Tohiko Masuzaki by Elizabeth Kilburn
Sub-Series 5: Japan-LaborAdd to your cart.
Box 38Add to your cart.
Folder 18Add to your cart.
Address by Caroline MacDonald on the 1929 International Labor Conference, April 8, 1930
Folder 19Add to your cart.
Book chapter by Helen Topping, “Dr. Kagawa’s Story of the Japanese Labor Movement,” (with notes)
Folder 20Add to your cart.
“The National Farmer’s Union up to the Achievement of Manhood Suffrage in 1925,” by Helen Topping
Folder 21Add to your cart.
An Account by Helen Topping, “Christianity and Communism in the Peasant Union”
Folder 22Add to your cart.

Source Materials on the Japanese labor movement

First Group - the Labor Movement to 1923

“The Rise and Underlying Philosophy of the Japanese Labor Movement,”  by Toyohiko  Kagawa, address to the International Industrial Service League, Shanghai, August 29, 1927

“Liberal Thinking in Unity Hall,” by Isoh Abe, (ca. July 1928)

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Second Group - Christianity and the Labor Movement in Honjo

    The Building up of Labor Union in Honjo

    Cooperative next door to the church; Why the Pawn Shop?

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Third Group - Manhood Suffrage and the Movement since 1923

    Progress toward Manhood Suffrage, 1919-1924

    “Changing Japan,” by Toyohiko Kagawa, YMCA, New York, March 6,1925

    “The First Use of Manhood Suffrage in Prefectural Elections, in 1927,” by

          HarrietRietveld, for the Baltimore Sun, January 11, 1928

    The 1928 Diet Election

    Politics and the Suffrage in 1929, Municipal Elections

    The 1930 National Diet Election

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Fourth Group

    “Women Workers in Japanese Factories and Mines,” by Margaret Wells

          Wood, Christian Movement in Japan, 1923

    Gandhi and Kagawa

    The “Special Quality” of the Japanese

    Democratic and Undemocratic Elements of Japanese Education

Sub-Series 6: Japan-ReligionAdd to your cart.
Box 39Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
“Chapel Talks,” unknown author, May 1927
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“A Study of Personnel,” by Helen Topping, 1931 (correspondence regarding Harold Fey)
Folder 3Add to your cart.
American Baptist Foreign Mission Society. Budget letters, February 1, 1934 and February 13, 1934
Folder 4Add to your cart.
American Baptist Foreign Mission Society.  Minutes of the Committee on Relation, William Axling, 1949
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“Notes form my Diary,” William Axling, 1949
Folder 6Add to your cart.
“Report on Hokkaido Tour of Investigation,” by Carl C. Beck and Ralph E. Buckwalter, September 1, 1950 (Accounts of Mennonite Missionary Work)
Folder 7Add to your cart.
Bulletin of the Interboard Missionary Field Committee, 1949-1950
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American Baptist Foreign Mission Society.  Minutes of the Committee on Relations, 1950
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American Baptist Foreign Mission Society.  Minutes of the Committee on Relations, 1951
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American Baptist Foreign Mission Society.  Other matters, 1950-1951
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“The Cross and the Manger in Kanazawa,” by Mrs. M.A, Tramain, n.d.
Folder 12Add to your cart.
“God’s Severest Love.” by Mildred Paind, n.d.
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“Elizabeth Gallaway Learns of Shintoism,” by Jessie N. Trout, n.d.
Folder 14Add to your cart.
Excerpt form The Lotus of the Wonderful Law, by W.E. Soothill
Sub-Series 7: Japan-EducationAdd to your cart.
Box 39Add to your cart.
Folder 15Add to your cart.
Minutes of Kanto Gakuin Trustees Meeting, 1949,  Japanese and English
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“Social Thinking in Japanese Univeristies and Colleges,” by Kenji Sugiyama, n.d.
Sub-Series 8: Japan-Economic and Social ConditionsAdd to your cart.
Box 39Add to your cart.
Folder 17Add to your cart.
Research on the Eta, by Helen Topping for Dr. Robert Park; interviews of Dr. Park
Folder 18Add to your cart.
Report on Doriendan Nursery, January 1, 1934
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Facts about the Japanese War Scare,” by Mrs. Frank Osenberg and Elizabeth Haswell, 1935
Folder 20Add to your cart.
“Two Opposing Forces,” by Elizabeth Kilburn, 1945
Folder 21Add to your cart.
Interview of Bob Wilson and Mrs.Roert Elliott by Helen Topping re. post-war conditions in Japan, April 11, 1946
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“Warless Constitution of Japan,” (ca. 1946)
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“The Story of Kodomo-no-uchi,” by Warabi Kobayashi, February 1967
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“Economic and Social Problems in Japan,” n.d.
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“World Land Planning,” by Yasaburno Shimonaka, n.d.
Sub-Series 9: Japan-PeaceAdd to your cart.
Box 40Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
“Letter from Japanese Christian,” n.d.
Sub-Series 10: Japan-CooperativesAdd to your cart.
Box 40Add to your cart.
Folder 2Add to your cart.
Statements of the Japan FOR, August 26, 1960
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Material on Japanese cooperatives
Sub-Series 11: Japan-World FederalismAdd to your cart.
Box 40Add to your cart.
Folder 4Add to your cart.
First Asian Congress on World Federation, Hiroshima, November 3-6, 1952; various papers
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Speech of Lord Boyd-Orr at the First Asian Congress, November 1952
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Conference of Non-Members of the UNO, Tokyo, May 2-4, 1954; various papers
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Second Asian Congress for World Federation, Tokyo, Kyoto, August 24-30, 1963; various papers
Sub-Series 12: United States-PeaceAdd to your cart.
Box 40Add to your cart.
Folder 10Add to your cart.
“Suggestions to the Economic Committee of the National Study conference on ‘The Churches and a Just and Durable Peace.’”
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No More Hiroshimas, 1948-1950; various papers
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Midwest FOR, 1950; organized memo
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National Council for the prevention of War, Report to Annual Meeting, October 25, 1963
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“Spring is Coming,” by Margretta Lawler.  A play, n.d.
Sub-Series 13: United States-CooperativesAdd to your cart.
Box 40Add to your cart.
Folder 15Add to your cart.
Material on Cooperatives
Sub-Series 14: MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Box 41Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Summaries of various interviews in N.Y.C. covering social service and the condition of women, June 1925
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AAUP, membership lists of Japan and Shanghai, 1929-1931; report of the program committee, 1932-1933
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Australia and New Zealand; social conditions and child welfare, 1932-1935
Folder 4Add to your cart.
Rock River Conference, Methodist, June 1946; papers
Folder 5Add to your cart.
Korean Student Dormitory, 1953
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Camps Farthest Out; list of camps, 1954
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Nova Scotia Cooperatives; three articles by Evelyn Tufts for the Halifax Herald; other articles
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Mennonite literature, 1943
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Student organizations, n.d.
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Miscellaneous manuscripts and papers
Series 10: Miscellaneous Printed MaterialAdd to your cart.
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1917-1927
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1928-1929
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1930-1931
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1932
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1933
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1934
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1935
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1936; I
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1936; II
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Folder 1Add to your cart.
1937
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1938
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1939
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1940
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1941
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Folder 1Add to your cart.
1942
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1943
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1944
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1945
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1946
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Folder 1Add to your cart.
1947
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1948
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1949
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1950
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1951
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Folder 1Add to your cart.
1952
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1953
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1954
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1955
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1956
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Folder 1Add to your cart.
1957
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1958
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1959
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1960
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Folder 1Add to your cart.
1961; I
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1961; II
Folder 3Add to your cart.
1962; I
Folder 4Add to your cart.
1962; II
Box 50Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
1963; I
Folder 2Add to your cart.
1963; II
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1964
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1965-1968
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Folder 1Add to your cart.
Undated brochures and leaflets
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Undated brochures and leaflets
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Undated brochures and leaflets
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Undated brochures and leaflets
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Undated brochures and leaflets
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Undated brochures and leaflets
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Pamphlets in Japanese
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Publications on Japanese Cooperatives in English
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Publications on other cooperatives in English
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Peace Action, 1944-1960
Box 53Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Toward Freedom, 1954-1957
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Publications of the American Board of Missionaries, Fukien, China; 1932-1933
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Fuchow News, March 15, 1932
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The Hankow Newsletter, March-April 1932; February 1934
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Japan News Sheet, 1932-1933
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Bethany Home Chronicle, October-December 1937
Folder 7Add to your cart.
The Messenger, 1930-1932
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Japan Christian Activity News, 1953, 1960-1961
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Publications on European Evangelism and Current Events, 1932-1933
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World Federalist and Your World Federalist, 1954-1958
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The Federalist and The Federalist Newsletter, 1951-1959
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Publications on Federalism; I
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Publications on Federalism; II
Folder 3Add to your cart.
Heart Mountain Sentinel, 1944
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Minidoka Irrigator, 1944
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Kanto Times, 1951
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Publications on Agricultural Missions, 1932-1934
Series 11: Miscellaneous Japanese MaterialsAdd to your cart.
Box 55Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Draft letters
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Notes, I
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Notes, II
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Notes, III
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Fragments and miscellaneous materials
Box 56Add to your cart.
Folder 1Add to your cart.
Financial Records; I-II
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Financial Records; I-II
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Receipts -- English; I-III
Box 57Add to your cart.
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Receipts -- English
Sub-Series 1: Holograph letters and writings by Kagawa in JapaneseAdd to your cart.
In Japanese
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Letter from Kagawa to Ogawa, December 1, 1932, asking that mail be forwarded to Helen Topping

Card and photograph of the card by Kagawa thanking Honida for a book Cooperative Movement in Japan

Letter on the meaning of Christmas

“On the nature and person of God,” pen by Kagawa and pencil dictated by Kagawa

“Church Sociology,” by Toyohiko Kagawa, MS 56pp. with 3 reduced photostat copies

“Theology – Jitsugen no Shingaku,” by Toyohiko Kagawa, Ms 62pp.

“A Grain of Wheat,” by Toyohiko Kagawa, Ms

Sub-Series 2: Articles in print by Kagawa in JapaneseAdd to your cart.
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“How Shall We Progress,” 1928

Two articles by Kagawa “Love Movement” and “To the Heart of God,” and  two articles about him  in The Southern California Gospel Herald, September 15, 1931

Funeral oration by Kagawa of Yosuko Yoshimoto’s funeral, July 10, 1938

Article by Kagawa “Conversation with a Pebble in the Sidewalk,” in a Christian newspaper, February 22, 1947

Article by Kagawa, “Influence of Mr. Toju Nakac” (a well-known scholar of Japanese literature), The Christian Weekly, May 23, 1959

Program of the Second Asian Conference of World Federation at Nagasaki.  Address by Kagawa, “World Peace and World Federation”

Pamphlet by Kagawa, “How to Become a Saint”

Article by Kagawa, “World Creation without Exploitation”

A card announcing his return home and thanking people for their help and prayers, October 14, 1936

Quotation from Bible, Luke 19:40

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Memorandum of a conversation between Kagawa and Glenn Clark

Criticism of Kagawa by Dara Kan Haideki Henshum Domei

Hymn in support of Kagawa’s Christian Movement, Southern California Christian Churches

“Thinking of Toyohiko Kagawa,” by Tomiko Yamumuro

Bibliography of Kagawa’s books

An interview of Kagawa and Norman Cousius regarding the Japanese Constitution, Sekai Renjo Shinbun, October 1, 1953

Activities of Mrs. Kagawa

An article about Kagawa’s office showing a Korean friend painting a poster for

Kagawa in Korean.  Yomiuri, January 27, 1930

Biography of Kagawa

Budget for publishing a book about Kagawa, Idea of Redemption is Writing of  Toyohiko Kagawa, April 28, 1967

Obituary for Kagawa, The Christ Weekly

Article on recommendation of Kagawa for Nobel Peace Prize, Tokyo Shinbun

Four articles on Kagawa, “Followers of Kagawa,” “From Kagawa Criticism in Osaka this Fall,” “Everybody Preached,” and “Implications of Kagawa’s Play.”

The People’s Christian Evangel, November 20, 1961

Biography of Kagawa

Announcement of a book by Kagawa

Announcement of a summer school program listing a course by Kagawa – Principle of Subjective Economics

Invitation to a dinner to celebrate the publication of “Toyohiko Kagawa’s Life and his      Contribution,” February 11, 1961

Ad for a book by Kagawa

Announcement of lectures by Kagawa on “Love of God and Eternity,” and “Reality ofthe Holy Spirit of God,” in Tokyo

Brochure advertising a scroll and wall hanging by Kagawa to raise funds fo the Matsuzawa Church

An ad for A Grain of Wheat by Kagawa, March 28, 1931

An account of visiting Kagawa, April 10, 1959

Article on Mrs. Kagawa visiting the U.S.

Invitation letter from Mary Lincoln to visit the U.S.

Sub-Series 4: Letters to Kagawa in JapaneseAdd to your cart.
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From Mitsuo Kitazawa requesting a speech at Pinehill College.  Many people are eager to hear Kagawa speak, July 27, 1931

From Takahara, looking forward to seeing Kagawa at Oberlin, August 7, 1931

From Sakaguchi, sending $127.98 collected from a meeting in Stockton, California, September 14, 1931

From S.K. Hala, invitation to a meeting at a Japanese Church Federation in California, 1931

From Nobando Oda, expressing appreciation for Kagawa’s visit to Southern

California and sends $64.30 for speech at Fresno.  Japanese Church Federation of Northern California, 1931

From Nishihora, expressing appreciation for being with him and sends pictures. Oberlin College [ca. 1931]

From Yoriyuki Murashima, principle of Heiwa Gakuin, ghost writer for Kagawa, leader in shipyard strikes.  About philosophy and history of a previous Peace School, references to terms of Helen Topping’s contract with the school, [1960]

Writer unknown stating advice re. Communism, May 29, 1932

From Sunday School Students sending money as a Christmas present

From Shin talking of the high esteem that Chinese have for Kagawa and their need for him to identify with the people.  The process or conversion in Asia is very complex

From Tehitaro Takata requesting speeches to the Society of Friends in New York,

Osaka Marnichi Publishing Co., July 21, 1931

From Sojiro Shimizu giving Kagawa’s schedule in New York.  The Japanese Christian Institute, Inc., October 2, 1931

From Nishida, inviting Kagawa to his church, Japanese Congregational Church

From Nobando Oda, sending $177.15 minus expenses from San Francisco, $60 from Stockton

From Teisei, expressing appreciation for meeting Kagawa

From Masoa Morika, requesting Kagawa’s speaking schedule and a speaking engagement.  The Chicago Theological Seminary, July 24, [ca. 1931]

From Yoneko Imai, expressing regret not hearing Kagawa at Yale

From Iwanoga, requesting that he speak at Wittonberg College in Springfield

From Jukichi Mizuno, requesting $200 or $300 for his church mission.  Stevenson Japanese Mission, Canada

From Iwasaburo Okino about Kagawa’s schedule

Sub-Series 5: Letters to Helen Topping in JapaneseAdd to your cart.
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From Tome Kuwano, expressing appreciation for meeting with her and of her Christian characteristics and strong faith, January 4, 1934

From Koko Yamashita, directions to Karizawa, January 7, 1934

From Kitagawa, sending a special post  card, April 13, 1934

From Kame, Greetings, [1938]

From Matsu Goto, Greetings, [ca. 1947]

From Marashima Yoriyuko inviting Helen Topping to visit Heiwa Gakuen, n.d.

From Mrs. Oda’s, expressing her feelings for Mrs. Topping calling her one of the Japanese lights, February 25, 1954

From Seiichi Fujisaki, giving his speech schedule and thank you note, September 27, 1954

From Yokoyama Haraichi, requesting paper, February 1, 1959

From a student, desiring to be a good Christian

From Seiichi Fujisaki, requesting meeting, May 18, 1959

From Tomiko Kyozawa, concerning a $600 loan for Mrs. Clarke; on account of leaving Japan, August 6, 1959

From Endo, unable to overcome an illness, June 27, 1965

From Chicko Yoshio, greetings, February 5, 1963

From Mr. Manakata, an apology, can’t come, August 24, 1965

From Kiku Kato in regard to her aunt and Helen Topping

From Matsu Goto, thanking Helen Topping for her sermon

From H. Toda, asking for an appointment

From Kazuno Yagama, thank you note for help during illness, November 10, n.y.

From Hita Same, an invitation, February 23, n.y.

From Idorikawa Masue, a thank you note

From Uehida, thanking her for efforts to get money from U.S.

From M. Nagai, a card apologizing for not writing

From Takashi Sato, writing about Mother’s Day and requesting a sermon, May 15, n.y.

From Kika Obara, referring to sending money and some difficulty about it

From a mother’s committee, sending an invitation to Mother’s Day

From Arita, a thank you note

From Yoshi Kawakawi, a brief note

From Eiko Inagak, sending a package of nuts

From Noba Ogawa, a thank you note

From Yoshida, thanking Helen Topping for packages and discussing his work

From Ko Hata, asking to use Topping Hall at Karuizawa

From Mrs. Kawakami, in regard to the shipment of his books

From Junko Kato, thanking Helen Topping for the wool yarn, February 22, 1960

From Toku Sato, in regard to a peasant gospel school, [ca. 1964]

From Kyozuko, an apology and returning a coat

From T    asking Helen Topping to watch Kagawa’s health

From Inada praising Helen Topping, sending an invitation and requesting a picture

From a printing company sending books

From Okada, sending pictures, January 13, 1949

From Samuel Nichoson, writing about a change of address, September 29, 1964

From Kubo Tsura, writing about Kagawa’s lectures, 1926

Sub-Series 6: Other letters in JapaneseAdd to your cart.
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From Shimiza, to Ogawa.  Invitation to a luncheon for Kagawa [ca. 1931]

From Tokaji Hirato, to Ogawa.  Requesting a speech

From Okamara, to Ogawa.  Sending pineapple to Kagawa and Ogawa

From Kimara Kioshi, to Ogawa.  Regarding delivery of 80 books to Okubo [May 1, 1935]

From Kaneko and Ebsisawa, to Furuga.  Sending an invitation, September, 1963

From ______ to Betty Kilburn.  Part of a letter about sending something

From ______ to Ashisawa.  Products of the Gtenba Company are not suitable for use in foreign countries

From Helen Topping.  Greetings

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Telegrams to Kagawa on his return to Yokohama in Japanese
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Other cards and telegrams in Japanese
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Religious Materials in Japanese

    Hymns including one by Kagawa

    Ashian program by Stanley Jones

    A paper, “The Gospel of Friendship” by Maegaki

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Organization materials in Japanese
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Kagawa’s travel schedules in Japanese
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Railroad and other schedules; travel brochures in Japanese
Series 12: MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Box 59Add to your cart.
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Publications; part in Japanese and part in English
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Japanese receipts, bills, and estimates
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Holograph – miscellaneous
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Printed – miscellaneous
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Chinese materials
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Item 1: Kagawa's Daily Mediation BooksAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Notebooks, 1928-1934Add to your cart.
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Item 1: Notebooks, 1934-1957Add to your cart.
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Item 1: Notebooks, 1957-1962Add to your cart.
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Item 1: Notebooks, 1962-1965Add to your cart.
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Item 1: Notebooks, undatedAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Notebooks, undated.Add to your cart.
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Item 1: Address and miscellaneous notebooksAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Address and miscellaneous notebooksAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Scrapbook, 1939-1940; clippings on cooparativesAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Scrapbook, clippings, alphabetically arrangedAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Calling cards; memorabilia, tape: "The Man in Leather Breeches"; film: Mother Topping and Japanese WomenAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Helen Topping's diplomas; large photographsAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1Add to your cart.
Kagawa
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Helen Topping and family
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Helen Topping and family
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Japanese activities
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Identified photographs and duplicates
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Identified photographs and duplicates
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Unidentified photographs and duplicates
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Unidentified photographs and duplicates
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Folder 1Add to your cart.
Unidentified photographs and duplicates
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Unidentified photographs and duplicates
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Identified photographs and duplicates
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Identified photographs and duplicates
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Item 1: Manas, 1951-1962Add to your cart.
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Package 1: Package 1 Photographs, oversizeAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Name Index of CorrespondentsAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Personal File of Names and AddressesAdd to your cart.

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[Series 1: Correspondence],
[Series 2: Sermons and Addresses - Kagawa],
[Series 3: Typescripts of Kagawa's Books and Mrs. Kagawa's Work],
[Series 4: Kagawa's Life],
[Series 5: Kagawa's Organizations and Kagawa-Related Organizations],
[Series 6: Research Material - Kagawa & Topping],
[Series 7: Helen Topping's Sermons, Addresses, and Papers],
[Series 8: Educational Materials],
[Series 9: Research Material - Asia, Europe, United States],
[Series 10: Miscellaneous Printed Material],
[Series 11: Miscellaneous Japanese Materials],
[Series 12: Miscellaneous],
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