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W88-1325.10. Moerdyk, James Enoch (1870-1941). Papers, n.d., 2001. 3.00 linear ft.

 Collection
Identifier: W88-1325.10

Scope and Contents

The collection contains biographical information and his lecture notes to accompany his lantern slides of his work in Arabia.

Dates

  • n.d.
  • 2001

Biography

James Enoch Moerdyk (Moerdyke) was born in Drenthe, Michigan, on May 2, 1870, to Mr. and Mrs. William Moerdyk. He graduated from Hope College in 1897 and New Brunswick Theological Seminary in 1900. He was licensed and ordained by the Classis of Wisconsin that same year. After graduating from seminary, he served as a missionary to Arabia from 1900-1941.

James Enoch Moerdyk passed away in Amarah, Iraq, on July 24, 1941.

Extent

3.00 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

English

Arabic

Abstract

James Enoch Moerdyk (Moerdyke) was born in Drenthe, Michigan, on May 2, 1870, to Mr. and Mrs. William Moerdyk. He graduated from Hope College in 1897 and New Brunswick Theological Seminary in 1900. He was licensed and ordained by the Classis of Wisconsin that same year. He served as a missionary to Arabia from 1900-1941. The collection contains biographical information and his lecture notes to accompany his lantern slides of his work in Arabia. Detailed Collection Register available.

Photographs

Lantern slides (Boxes 1 and 2)

Provenance

James Enoch Moerdyk

Status
Completed
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Joint Archives of Holland Repository

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