Fonds F3040 - Lucy Winifred Bryce fonds

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Lucy Winifred Bryce fonds

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CA ON00340 F3040

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  • 1937-1951 (Creation)
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    Bryce, Lucy Winifred, 1890-1967

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7 cm of textual records

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(1890-1967)

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Lucy Winifred Bryce (1890-1967) was a Methodist/United missionary to India. Lucy Robinson was born in 1890 in Tokyo. Her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. Cooper Robinson, were missionaries in Japan of the Church of England in Canada. She was educated at Havergal College, Toronto; the Ottawa Collegiate Institute (Lisgar Collegiate, Ottawa); and the University of Toronto (B.A. 1911). She taught in Westminster College, Toronto (1911-1912), and in 1912-1913 served as a Student Volunteer Movement Secretary. In 1913 she married George Pardon Bryce, a Knox College student who was licensed by the Presbytery of Columbia in 1914 and ordained in 1915 by the Presbytery of Malwa, India, where he and his wife had been appointed as missionaries. Winifred Bryce received her M.A. (1928) and her Ph.D. (1937) from the University of Toronto; her doctoral dissertation was "The Changing Family in India." For many years she was on the staff of the Indore Christian College and was actively involved in producing Christian literature in India. She was the author of several books and served for six years as Secretary of the National Christian Council of India. The Bryces returned to Canada in 1953. George Pardon Bryce died in 1957. In 1959 Winifred Bryce returned to Indore College, where she remained until 1962. She died on 1967 November 1.

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Fonds consists of articles and addresses on education in India, 1937-1951.

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  • English

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1986.049C

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