c.200 letters, 41 volumes and 2 files relating to the life and work of Amy Carmichael, formerly of Belfast, missionary and founder of the Dohnavur Fellowship in Southern India, 1887-1987. These papers include:
Photographs, 1901-1916.

Copies of Scraps, a monthly magazine written by Amy Carmichael and other members of her family whilst living in Belfast, containing stories, poems, with some comment on contemporary events, such as the welfare of mill girls, 1887-1889.

Letters written by Amy Carmichael to her family from Japan, Ceylon, India, etc., 1893-1944.

Typescript account written by Amy Carmichael on the practice of dedicating girls to serve as templewomen in Hindu temples and of her attempt to rescue babies from being sold for this purpose, c.1908.

39 printed books all by Amy Carmichael are also included in this collection, 1901-1987.

AccessBy prior appointment.
Century19th, 20th
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CommentSome of the information listed from this repository has been extracted from lists available in the archives. The lists were compiled by Public Record Office of Northern Ireland staff and we are grateful for their assistance. It must be remembered that due to time constraints not all items in this repository were examined individually.