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caption reads: "Dr. Gurubai Karmarkar, Bombay, India with Mohammedan patient"
Mrs. Gurubai Karmarkar attended the Women's Medical College in Philadelphia, PA while her husband studied at Hartford Theological Seminary beginning in 1888. They…
20th century, India, medical missions, missionaries
These women of Ahmednagar, India were converted Christian evangelists and educators within their community.
They are pictured with American missionaries -- and sisters -- Anna (Mrs. Robert M.) Woods and Katie (Mrs. Robert Allen) Hume, daughters of…
20th century, India, missionaries
The Taj Mahal, Agra, India, built 1632-1648 by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal.
staff of the Madura mission in southern India:
top row -- Thomas S. Burnell, Horace S. Taylor, Charles T. White
middle row -- Joseph T. Noyes, William Tracy, Nathan L. Lord
bottom row -- John Rendall, Edward Chester, George T. Washburn, William…
19th century, India, missionaries
Purchase Street Church, Boston, MA. image of Purchase Street Church in Boston, ca. 1843
originally printed in the 1843 Boston Almanac as part of a catalog of the churches in Boston at that time
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