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Guide to the Ramabai, Pandita: Microfiche and Microfilm Collection
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  • Overview of the Collection
  • Access Terms
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  • Overview of the Collection

    Collection Title: Ramabai, Pandita: Microfiche and Microfilm Collection
    Dates: 1858-1922
    Bulk Dates: 1905-1922
    Identification: CFT00039
    Creator: Ramābāī, Paṇḍitā, 1858-1922
    Physical Description: 0.50
    Repository: David Allan Hubbard Library Archives
    135 N. Oakland Avenue
    Pasadena, CA, 91182-0002
    URL: http://library.fuller.edu/archives/
    Email: archives@fuller.edu
    Phone: (626) 584-5311
    Fax: (626) 584-5613

    Access Terms

    This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

    Corporate Name:

    Ramabai Mukti Mission

    Geographic Name:

    India

    Personal Name:

    Ramābāī, Paṇḍitā, 1858-1922.

    Topical Term:

    Holiness -- Christianity
    Pentecostalism

    Arrangement of Materials:

    The microfiche edition (910 fiche) of her archive includes unpublished letters, photographs, periodicals, and copies of 249 books that were in her library and the Ramabai Mukti Mission. The collection also includes 5 rolls of microfilm.

    Scope and Contents

    Ramabai Dongre Medhavi, known as Pandita Ramabai (1858-1922), was an Indian evangelist, social reformer, Bible translator and theologian. She developed Mukti, an orphanage and center of refuge for women. In 1905, a Pentecostal style revival took place at Mukti, influenced by the Wesleyan Holiness missionary Minnie Abrams. From that time onward, Pandita Ramabai offered hospitality and opportunities for ministry to Pentecostal missionaries from around the world. This was especially true for the Scandinavian Pentecostal missionaries to India between 1908 and 1922. Some Pentecostals used her and her ministry as ideals of women in ministry, including T.B. Barratt who visited from Norway. The microfiche edition (910 fiche) of her archive includes unpublished letters, photographs, periodicals, and copies of 249 books that were in her library and the Ramabai Mukti Mission. The collection also includes 5 rolls of microfilm