United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Commission on Ecumenical Mission and Relations.
Secretaries' files: West Africa Mission, 1911-1965.
Finding Aid to Record Group 142
13.00 cu.ft.

Presbyterian Historical Society
425 Lombard St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147-1516

ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY

Presbyterian mission work in Africa commenced in 1833 and throughout the l9th century expanded to several different areas therein. These included: Liberia, 1833-94; Corsico, 1850-75; Spanish Guinea, 1865-1924, 1932: Gaboon, 1871-92; Ogowe, 1874-92; and the Cameroon, 1889-1972.

Presbyterians began moving into the southern and eastern interior of the Cameroon following its annexation by Germany in 1887. Batanga was opened by the missionaries in 1889, followed by Efulan in 1893, Elat in 1896, Metet in 1909, and Foulassi in 1916. Sakbayeme was taken over from the Baptists' Basle Mission in 1917. Yaounde was opened in 1922, Nkol Mvolan in 1928, Baffia and Edea in 1930, Momjepom in 1933, Ilanga in 1940, Libamha
and Ibong in 1947. Through evangelism, the establishment of churches, and the provision of educational and medical work, growth was steady and gradual. The national Church in the Cameroon continues to request personnel from America and other lands to assist in operating existing work and in extending the boundaries of the Christian Church.

The PCUSA established work as early as 1865 on the seacoast of what is now Spanish Guinea. Benito station was opened in 1865, followed by a second station at Bolondo in 1869. As a result of opposition from the Spanish government and economic difficulties, the work in Spanish Guinea was halted in 1924, but later reopened in 1932. In 1958, the Presbytery of Spanish Guinea, formerly associated with the Synod of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, separated from that body and became affiliated with the Synod of New Jersey in anticipation of becoming an independent church and presbytery.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

Record Group 142 documents the twentieth-century history of the West African Mission primarily from the bias of the Board of Foreign Missions, and to a lesser extent, its successor, the Commission on Ecumenical Mission and Relations, 1911-1965. The collection reflects the last, somewhat troubled years of mission work in Cameroon under the German Administration, the status of various Protestant Missions there during the First World War, and the development on new terms of Presbyterian Mission work under the French. The push through Cameroon's interior during the inter-war period is evidenced by the growth of remote mission stations with the general support of colonial officials who figure frequently in these files. The Mission's grasp upon the native through the use of the vernacular, despite government pressure to emphasize the French language, is a factor often discussed from the early twenties. Also notable among those topics/events dealt with is French Cameroon's independence in 1960, its impact upon the development of the Eglise Presbiterienne Cameroonaise, and the Church's relationship with the UPCUSA thereafter. Prior to 1965, RG 142 emphasizes primarily the events in the Cameroon, though some Spanish Guinea materials may also be found.

It is arranged as follows:

SERIES 1: MISCELLANY, 1914-1945 Box 1
SERIES 2: CORRESPONDENCE, 1911-1964
(alphabetical/chronological) Boxes 2-8
SERIES 3: REPORTS, 1911-1939
(chronological) Boxes 8-9
SERIES 4: MISSION INSTITUTIONS, 1919-1946 Box 9
SERIES 5: WEST AFRICA MISSION, 1940-1965 Box 9-10
(chronological)

NOTES TO THE RESEARCHER

Series 2 includes missionary "Dear Friends" letters to supporters at home and missionary publicity articles as well as other correspondence. This series contains a broad variety of information about the West Africa Mission and extends well beyond the confines of personnel files. Series 2 also contains some pre-1927 Executive/Treasurer correspondence.

Series 5 contains the following categories of materials:
a) executive committee minutes/actions
b) Native Presbytery/Synod minutes
c) miscellaneous property and budget papers
d) station letters
e) publicity articles contributed by missionaries
f) correspondence with Cameroon nationals
g) miscellaneous correspondence

From 1940 on, all categories of papers will be found in the unified yearly sequence in which they were arranged by the creating agency.

The calendars to the correspondence available in this collection are only partially reliable.

Related collections include several personal paper RGs of West Africa missionaries, as well as RGs 74 and 142, official records of the West Africa mission.

Collection processed and finding aid prepared: 1979
Robert Goldstein, Assistant Records Researcher

Notes added to finding aid: 1983
Frederick J. Heuser, Jr., Archivist
Finding aid revised: April 1992
Stephanie Muntone, Processing Archivist

Box	Folder	Description
1	1	Finding Aid to Record Group 142

		SERIES 1: MISCELLANEOUS, 1914-1945

2	German division of Kamerun with other Missions (Buea Conference, 1914, etc)--Correspondence, Agreement, Reports, 1912-14
3	War conditions, general conditions in Kamerun, Missionary correspondence w/Board, Relatives, 1912-17, Batanga Station Report, 1914-15
	4	Incidents re Missionaries--Rev George Schwab, Rev JS Cunningham, 
		Dr Herbert Knight, 1913-14
	5	German Missionaries--Status in wartime Kamerun, 1914-16
	6	Mandingo Development Association, 1915-17
7	Entry of Missionaries, supplies into French Cameroon, Board correspondence w/ authorities, 1916-20
8	Proposed establishment of independent work at Jukaduma (Cameroon), Board correspondence, 1917
	9	Conferences re Africa, Planning correspondence,
		Background papers, 1917-18, 1932, 1940-41
10	Paris Missionary Society--Coordination of Cameroon work w/ Presbyterians, Basel Missionary Society– Transfer of property to other Missions, 1918-19, 1928
	11	Phelps Stokes Fund, Africa Educational Commission
		Deputation, Board involvement in planning, 1919-21, 1923-28
12	Roman Catholic Church--Problems created by for Mission in Cameroon, Correspondence (extracts), 1920-21
13	Kirschstein, Dr Johannes--Payment for medical services rendered Presbyterian Missionaries in Kamerun, Correspondence, 1920-22
	14	Yaounde--Plans for opening new station, 1920-22
15	Status of Mission Educational Enterprise, Rights of Missionaries in Cameroon, 1920-7
16	Entry of Presbyterian Missionaries of German extraction into Cameroon, Board correspondence w/ French Consul General, 1920
	17	Board Deputation to West Africa, 1920-2
	18	Board Deputation--Minutes, Reports, Actions, Related correspondence, 1921-22
19	"List of Documents Regarding the Attitude of the Local Government toward the Work of the BFM in Cameroon," 1922 (incl, complete set of documents)
20	British Cameroons--Proposals for commencement of work, related matters, 1922-23
	21	Ohio Africa Campaign--Correspondence, Financial papers, 1922-25
   		22-23	International Institute of African Languages and Cultures--organization of;  The vernacular in Mission Education--Presbyterian support for, 1924-43
	24	McKai Tribe (Metet) Work--Correspondence, 1924-34
	25	Board Deputation to West Africa--Correspondence,
		Backgr'd papers, Minutes, Reports, 1927-28
	26	(Post-deputation correspondence) Colonial officials,
		 workers in Cameroon, Board correspondence, 1929
	27	Centennial Conference/Celebration (WA Mission) (1934),
		Planning correspondence, 1931-32
1	28	Corisco Presbytery, et al--Proposal for Expansion into "Synod of W Africa", Board correspondence, related correspondence,1933-35
	29	Ngoumba Tribe--Petition for Mission instruction in
		Ngoumba Language, correspondence, petition, etc,
		1934
	30	Paris Missionary Fellowship, Missionary French Language study, 1934-38
	31	Mission Policy Review (proposed conference of 1940),
		Board, Mission suggested outlines, 1939
	32	Liberia, British Africa--Misc Board correspondence,
		1926-64
   	33-34	African-Americans--Proposals for appointment to W
		Africa Mission, Correspondence, Policy Statements
		(various Boards), Reports, Backgr'd papers,
		1894-1926
	35	Conference on Appointment of African-American
		Missionaries, 1927, Appointments to W Africa
		Mission, 1927-28
	36	African-American Missionaries on the Foreign Field, 1930-45

 		SERIES 2:  CORRESPONDENCE, 1911-1964

2	1	Board Letters to Mission, unnumbered, 1914-5
    	2-21	Numbered, 1918-39
	22	Treasurer's correspondence, 1926
   	23-35  Executive/Treasurer's correspondence, 1927-39

3	1	Miscellaneous Field correspondence/Background papers, undated 
		(includes Mission History)
	2		1914-15, 1917-18
    	3-4		1919-20
    	5-16		1926-41

		Station Letters, Miscellaneous Correspondence

3	17	Spanish Guinea (Benito Station, etc), 1911-51
	18	Batanga/Benito, 1921-31
	19	Efutan, 1906-34
	20	Elat, 1906-41
	21	Foulassi, 1920-28, nd
	22	Metet, 1918-33, 1940
	23	(McLean Memorial) Lolodorf/Olama, 1919-30, 1940
	24	Sakbayeme, 1921-31
	25	Yaounde Station, 1924-7

		Missionary Personal Correspondence

3	26	Cowden, Rev/Mrs EC, 1921-22
	27	Heminger, Clara, 1911-15
3	28	Heminger, Mrs LD, 1922-23
	29	Hickman, Rev FDP, 1921-22
	30	Hummel, Rev/Mrs RB, 1913
	31	Laible, Miss Hilde, 1918
	32	Lippert, Dr/Mrs AB, 1914, 1918-19
	33	Mackenzie, Miss Jean, 1913-36
	34	(retired) Reutlinger, Mrs ML/De Heer, Mrs RH, 1923-26
   	35-43	Calendared correspondence, 1911-19

4   	1-6					      1920-25
	7	Non-calendared correspondence, 1925-26
    	8-9					     1926, A-S
   	10-19					     1927-29
  	20-22				                 1930, A-Z

5   	1-15					     1931-37, A-Z

6   	1-18				                 1938-48, A-Z

7   	1-14				    	     1949-58, A-Z
   	15-18					     1960-61, A-Z
   	19-20					     1963, A-Z

8	1-4					     1964-65, A-Z
	5	Miscellaneous Missionary Personal correspondence, 1960-64

		 SERIES 3:  REPORTS, 1911-39

8   	6-11	Missionary Personal Reports, 1911-17
  	12-32					1919-39
	33-34	1911-12--Station Reports to Mission
35	1913-14--Mission Annual Report, Station Reports to Mission, German version of Annual Report for colonial authorities)
	36	1916--Summary Annual Report of the Stations
   	37-42	1917-22--Station Reports to Mission
	43	1923--Mission Annual Report, Mission Survey Report
	44	 Station Reports to Mission (some quarterly)
	45	1924--Station Reports to Mission
	46	1925
	47	1926--Mission Annual Reports, Station Reports to Mission
	48	1927
	49	1928--Mission Annual Report, Related Reports
	50	Station Reports to Mission and Board 
	51	1928-29--Mission Educational, General Survey Reports 	
	52	1929--Mission Annual Report, Station Reports to Mission 

9	1-9	1930-38
	10	1939--Treasurer's Report, Station Reports to Mission

		SERIES 4:  MISSION INSTITUTIONS, 1919-46

9	11	Mission Medical Institutions/Affairs, Correspondence,
		Background papers, 1929-38
   	12-13	Central Hospital, Elat, 1919-46
	14	Annual Reports, 1925-43
	15	Schauffler Hospital, Efulan, 1919-22, 1931
	16	Maternity Center, Sakbayeme, 1929-33
	17	Halsey Memorial Press--Correspondence, Annual Reports, 1919-45
	18	Hope School for Missionary Children--Correspondence,
		Background papers, 1921-46, Annual Reports, 1927-43
	19	Frank James Industrial School--Correspondence,
		Financial papers 1922-30, 1943-6, Annual Reports 1924-45
	20	Dager Biblical Seminary--Correspondence 1933-34, Annual Reports 1933-43 
	21	Institutions--Projects, Reports, 1911-19
   	22-24					 1921-39

		SERIES 5:  WEST AFRICA MISSION, 1940-1965

		1940
10	1	Board Circular Letters to furloughed Missionaries, Missionary Relatives, etc
	2	Board correspondence with Allied Missionaries, Nationals
	3	Executive Committee Actions, Minutes of the Inter-Missions Committee
	4	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	5	Board Letters to Mission, #228-30
6	Mission Annual Report (Field Secretary), Station Reports to Mission, Institutions (Ed), Reports
	7	Missionary Personal Reports, 1940
	8	Miscellaneous Financial correspondence,	1940-42, 1944
	9	Establishment of Cameroon National Church– minutes and correspondence, 
		1940-45

		1941
10	10	Board Circular Letters to Furloughed Missionaries/
		Relatives, Roll of Missionaries on Field
	11	Board Correspondence with Allied Missionaries, Nationals
	12	Executive Committee Actions
	13	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	14	Board Letters to Mission #231-2
15	Mission Annual Reports, Station Reports to Mission, Institutions (Ed), Projects, Reports
	16	Missionary Personal Reports

		1942
10	17	Board Circular Letters to "Friends of the W Africa Mission"/Missionaries on          	            Furlough, Background papers
		re Missionaries, Stations
	18	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	
10	19	Executive Committee Actions, Mission Joint Conference with Native Church    
		Minutes
	20	Board Letters to Mission, #233-5
	21	Station and Personal Reports, Miscellaneous correspondence 
		re station work, Mission statistics
	22	Allied Missionaries, Nationals--Correspondence, related papers
	23	Rest Houses (Bangwa)--Correspondence
	24	Board/Mission Africa Conference
	25	Foreign Missions Conference, Otterbein Conference on Africa
	26	Foreign Missions Conference, Africa Study Group, 1942-43
27	Africa Study Group--West Central Africa Regional Conference (Leopoldville), 1943-6

		1943
10	28	Executive Committee Actions, Related correspondence
	29	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	30	Board Letters to Mission, #236-9
	31	Mission Annual Reports, Institutions (Ed) Reports, Missionary Personal Reports
	32	Station Reports to Mission
	33	Cameroon Christian College, Correspondence
	34	Miscellaneous Background, Budget papers, 1943-44;
		Mefoe MeMvok (newsletter for stateside WA Missionaries)

		1944
10	35	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	36	Executive Committee, Actions
	37	Board Letters to Mission, #240-2
	38	Missionary Personal Reports
	39	Reports--Mission Annual, Stations, Institutions

		1945
10	40	Miscellaneous Background papers
	41	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	42	Executive Committee, Mission (partial) Minutes
	43	Board Letters to Mission, #243-5
	44	Missionary Personal Reports, Station Report (Benito),
		Property Committee Report
	45	Miscellaneous Station correspondence

		1946
10	46	Appropriations, Correspondence, Background papers
	47	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	48	Executive Committee--Minutes, Actions
	49	Board Letters to Mission, #246-7
	50	Institutions (Ed, Med)--Reports
	51	Mission Annual, Station Reports (statement in re,)
		Missionary Personal Reports
	52	Federation of Evangelical Missions of Cameroon and
		Equatorial Africa, Board Minutes, 1944, 1946
10	53	Station work--Miscellaneous correspondence

		1947
	54	Missionary Reinforcements, Assignments
	55	Executive/Treasurer correspondence, Executive Committee
		Minutes
	56	Miscellaneous correspondence, Background papers
	57	Board Letters to Mission, #248-9
	58	Reports--Mission Annual, Stations, Missionary
		Personal
	59	Institutions (Ed, Med)--Projects, Reports
	60	Cameroon Christian College (Institutes Missions
		Evangeliques)--Correspondence, Board Minutes/Report,
		Related correspondence

		1948
	61	Correspondence, Background papers
	62	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	63	Five-Year Plan
	64	Miscellaneous correspondence, Background papers,
		Property List
	65	Institutions--Correspondence,	1948-49
	66	Executive Committee--Minutes, Related correspondence
	67	Cost-of-living
	68	Board Letters to Mission, #250-1
	69	Reports--Mission Annual, Station
	70	Institutions (Ed)--Projects, Miscellaneous, Reports

		1949
11	1	Executive Committee--Mission Meeting, Minutes, Related
		correspondence
	2	Board Letters to Mission, #252-4
	3	New Life Movement
	4	Cameroon Christian College
	5	Halsey Memorial Press
	6	Property
	7	Institutions (Ed, Med, Miscellaneous)--Projects,
		Reports
	8	Station Reports to Mission, Mission Annual Reports,
		Report of Board Secretary Visit to Mission
	9	Station Letters, Miscellaneous Station correspondence
	10	Churches
	11	(W A Mission) Cost-of-living Survey, 1949-50; Report,
		1951
   	12-13	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	14	Miscellaneous correspondence, Background papers,
		Mission statistical summary, Address list of
		Missionaries/Former Missionaries in America

		1950
11	15	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	16	Field Administrator correspondence
	17	Federation of Evangelical Missions of Cameroon and
		Equatorial Africa, (partial) Minutes of Board Meeting
	18	Mefoe Me Mvok newsletter, Cameroon Clippings circular letter, 
		Miscellaneous Background papers
	19	Cameroon Christian College
	20	Central Hospital (Elat)
	21	Institutions--Projects, Correspondence, Background Papers
	22	Executive Committee Minutes, Mission Meeting Minutes, Board correspondence
	23	Property
	24	Institutions (Ed, Med)--Projects, Reports
	25	Mission Annual Reports, Station Reports to Mission
	26	Board Letter to Mission, #225

		1951
11	27	Donations through Board to Churches--Correspondence
	28	Field Representative correspondence
	29	Treasurer correspondence
	30	Mefoe Me Mvok, Cameroon Clippings
	31	Institutions Correspondence, Background papers
	32	Mission Annual Reports, Miscellaneous Reports
	33	Property
	34	Board Letters to Mission, #256-7
	35	Christian Community Services Questionnaire, Cameroon Mission Responses

		1952
11	36	Audio-Visual/Radio
	37	Field Administrator correspondence
	38	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	39	Institutions, Projects, Correspondence
	40	Executive Committee, Minutes/Actions
	41	Property
	42	Board Letter to Mission, #258
	3	Mission Annual Reports, Station Reports to Mission
	44	Institutions (Ed, Med)--Projects, Reports
	45	Mefoe Me Mvok, Cameroon Clippings, Miscellaneous Background papers

		1953
11	46	Appropriations and Estimates
	47	Audio-Visual/Radio
	48	Churches, Correspondence, Address, "Political and Protestant Development"
	49	Field Administrator correspondence
	50	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	51	Mefoe Me Mvok, Miscellaneous Background papers
	52	Institutions Correspondence, Background papers
	53	Cameroon Christian College, Correspondence
	
11	54	Executive Committee, Sub-comm, Minutes, Reports,
		Related papers, Cameroon Clippings
	55	Property
	56	Board Letter to Mission #259	
	57	Mission Annual Reports, Station Reports to Mission
	58	Institutions (Ed, Med) Reports

		1954
11	59	Appropriations and Estimates
	60	Audio-Visual/Radio
	61	Churches
	62	Field Representative correspondence
	63	Treasurer correspondence
	64	Cameroon Christian College, Correspondence, Board Minutes
	65	Institutions, Correspondence, Background papers (Hope School)
	66	Projects, Youth Work Camp, Correspondence
	67	Property
	68	Executive Committee Minutes/Actions
	69	Miscellaneous Background papers
	70	Mission Annual, Station Reports
	71	Institutions (Ed, Med)--Projects, Reports
	72	Board Letters to Mission #260-1

		1955
11	73	Churches--Correspondence
	74	Field Rep correspondence
	75	Treasurer correspondence
76	Miscellaneous Background papers, Evangelical Federation of Cameroon and Equatorial Africa Board Meetings– Minutes, Annual Report
	77	Institutions , Correspondence , Background papers 
	78	Cameroon Christian College
	79	Executive Committee--Minutes, Medical Committee
		Minutes, Cameroon Clippings, Related papers
	80	Institutions (Ed, Med), Projects, Board Deputation, Church development, Reports
	81	Station Reports to Mission
	82	(Special) Africa Committee (re Medical Priority), Correspondence, 
		Background papers, 1954-5

		1956
12	1	Africa Ad Hoc Committee
	2	Churches
	3	Treasurer correspondence
	4	Field Representative correspondence
	5	Africa Five-Year Plan
	6	Miscellaneous Background papers
	7	Cameroon Christian College
	8	Cameroon Clippings
	9	Property 
	10	Institutions Correspondence
12	11	Institutions Reports
	12	Mission, Station Annual Reports

		1957
12	13	Churches 
   	14-15	Field Representative correspondence
	16	Treas correspondence
	17	Miscellaneous Budget, Background papers
	18	Cameroon Christian College 
	19	Institutions--Correspondence, Background papers
	20	Institutions--Projects, Reports
	21	Cameroon Clippings, Executive Committee, Actions,
		Miscellaneous Church-Mission Meeting Minutes
	22	Property
	23	Mission, Station, Presbytery Annual Reports
	24	Missionary Personal Reports

		1958
12	25	Churches, Weekly Bulletins of Cameroon Presbyterian Church
   	26-27	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	28	Treasurer correspondence
	29	Miscellaneous Background papers
	30	Theological Education in Africa
	31	Cameroon Clippings, Miscellaneous Church Mission, Presbytery Minutes
	32	Institutions, Correspondence, Background papers
	33	Property
	34	Missionary Personal Reports
	
		1959
12	35	Churches, Presbyterian Church of Cameroon, Church in Spanish Guinea
   	36-37	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	38	Treasurer correspondence, Budget Background papers
	39	Miscellaneous Background papers--Dr Blake's Africa trip
	40	Cameroon Clippings, Miscellaneous Church-Mission, Presbytery Minutes
	41	Institutions, Correspondence, Background papers
	42	Property
	43	Institutions, Reports
	44	Stations, Reports
	45	Missionary Personal Reports

		1960
12	46	Churches--Presbyterian Church of Cameroon, Church in Spanish Guinea
   	47-48	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	49	Treasurer correspondence, Budget Background papers
	50	Miscellaneous Background papers
	51	Cameroon Clippings, Fraternal Workers' Maintenance
		Committee Minutes, Related correspondence
	52	Institutions, Correspondence, Background papers, Minutes
	53	Property
		1961
12	54	Appropriations and Estimates
	55	Audio-Visual/Radio, Literature
	56	Churches--Presbyterian Church of Cameroon, Church in Spanish Guinea
   	57-58	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	59	Treasurer correspondence
	60	Miscellaneous Background papers
	61	Fraternal Workers' Relations, Maintenance Committees, Minutes
	62	Institutions, Correspondence, Background papers, Minutes
	63	Property
	64	Mission Annual Narrative Report, Miscellaneous Mission Reports
	65	Missionary Personal Reports

		1962
12	66	Audio-Visual/Radio
67	Churches--Presbyterian Church of Cameroon, Church in Spanish Guinea (Mission-Church relations, Background papers, Correspondence)
	68	Presbyterian Church of Cameroon, Comprehensive
		Board Background Paper re, UPCUSA-EPC Relationships,

13  	1-2	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	3	Miscellaneous Background papers, Correspondence
	4	Cameroon Clippings, Fraternal Workers' Relations,
		Maintenance Committees, Minutes, Related correspondence
	5	Cameroon Christian College
	6	Institutions--Correspondence, Background papers
	7	Property
	8	Miscellaneous Mission Reports, Statistics

		1963
13	9	Appropriations and Estimates
	10	Audio-Visual/Radio, Literature
   	11-12	Presbyterian Church of Cameroon, Relations w/UPCUSA
	13	Presbyterian Church of Cameroon, Information Bulletins
	14	Presbyterian Church in Rio Muni (Spanish Guinea)
   	15-16	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	17	Rio Muni, Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	18	Mefoe Me Mvok
	19	Fraternal workers' Relations Committee Minutes,
		EPC General Council Minutes, Related correspondence
	20	Cameroon Christian College
	21	(International School of Yaounde) Hope School,
		Correspondence, Meeting Minutes, Constitution
	22	Institutions--Correspondence, Background papers
	23	Property
	24	Miscellaneous Mission, Institution Reports, Statistics

		

		1964
13	25	Appropriations and Estimates, Miscellaneous Financial papers
	26	Audio-Visual/Radio
   	27-28	Presbyterian Church of Cameroon--Finances, Relations w/UPCUSA, etc,    Correspondence, Minutes, Background papers/Reports
	29	Presbyterian Church of Cameroon--Medical Department,
		Medical Fraternal Workers, Correspondence, Reports, Minutes
	30	EPC-UPCUSA Treasurer correspondence
	31	Presbyterian Church in Rio Muni
  	32-33	Executive/Treasurer correspondence
	34	Treasurer correspondence (Cameroon, Rio Muni)
	35	Mission Narrative Survey, Fraternal Workers Quarterly Reports
	36	Property
	37	Fraternal Workers' Relations Committee--Minutes,
		Related correspondence, Miscellaneous EPC Papers re Missions
	38	La Semaine Cameroonaise/Journalism Project, Correspondence, Minutes
	39	Fraternal Worker Annual Reports
	40	Institutions--Correspondence
	41	Cameroon Christian College
	42	Central Hospital--Correspondence
	43	International/Hope School, Correspondence
	44	Projects--Correspondence

		1965
13	45-46	Executive correspondence
	47	Treasurer correspondence (Cameroon, Rio Muni)
	48	Presbyterian Church of Cameroon--Correspondence, Background papers
	49	Medical Department, Medical Fraternal Workers,
		Correspondence, Minutes