This collection consists of primary materials relating to Presbyterian missions work in China in the 1920s and 1930s. It includes letters and items relating to the Scott and the Stam missionary families.
Scott Family - "'Not Worthy to be Compared: the Story of John and Betty Stam' and 'The Miracle Baby: Helen Priscilla Stam', (1st and 2nd edition)"
Scott Family - "Letters from Clara and Charles E. Scott, missionaries to China. Many are addressed to Seminary President J. Ross Stevenson, whose son Ted married their daugther Beatrice "Bunny". Circa 1930-1938"
Scott Family - "Poems and sonnets by Elisabeth "Betty" A. Scott, 1927-1929"
Scott Family - "Annual Report of Tsinan Station, Shantung, China, 1934-35, 1936-37"
Scott Family - "Finding aid and Scott family genealogy"
Scott Family - "Christmas items"
Scott Family - "'The World Call to College Students' by Charles E. Scott"
Scott Family - "'Why I am Returning to China' by Beatrice Scott Stevenson; 'Two Young Missionary Martyrs' - The Missionary Review, March 1935"
Scott Family - "Memorials, obituaries and tributes to John and Elizabeth "Betty" A. Scott Stam, who were brutally martyred by the Chinese Communists in 1934"
Scott Family - "Correspondence and photographs from John Stam, missionary to China, son-in-law of Charles E. Scott (Princeton Seminary class of 1903)"