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Finding Aid for the Hallie Buie Collection (MUM00052)

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Finding Aid for the Hallie Buie Collection



Descriptive Summary

PURL: http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00052/
Title: Hallie Buie Collection
Dates: 1949
Collector: Buie, Hallie
Physical Extent: 2 boxes (1.0 linear foot)
Repository: University of Mississippi. Department of Archives and Special Collections. University, MS 38677, USA
Identification: MUM00052
Location: General Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Abstract: Hallie Buie, native of Caseyville, Mississippi, was a Methodist missionary and an educator in Korea for 30 years. The collection contains letters and sympathy cards written to Buie's sister, Prential Buie Rew, at the time of Buie's death; a manuscript of an unpublished book written by Buie relating her experiences as a missionary in Korea; articles from the The Korea Mission Field newsletter; and other materials.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Unknown

Processing Information

Collection processed by Archives and Special Collections staff. Finding aid encoded by Kathryn Michaelis, September 2011.

Additions

No further additions are expected to this collection.


Subject Terms

Buie, Hallie
Rew, Prential Buie
Missionaries -- Korea -- Biography
Methodist Church -- Korea -- Clergy -- Biography
Women -- Education-- Korea -- History -- 20th century


Formats

correspondence
clippings (information artifacts)
manuscripts for publication
articles


Biographical Note

Hallie Buie, native of Caseyville, Mississippi, was a Methodist missionary in Korea for 30 years. During her service in Korea, Buie worked as head of a girls' school. Buie was also a licensed minister of the Methodist Church in Korea. She died in 1949, at age 71, in Brookhaven, Mississippi.


Scope and Content Note

Box 1 of the collection contains letters and cards written to Buie’s sister, Prential Buie Rew, at the time of Hallie Buie's illness and death; clippings of Buie's obituary; a signed register book from the Brookhaven funeral home; and a manuscript of an unpublished book written by Buie relating her experiences as a missionary in Korea. The second box contains articles from a newsletter, The Korea Mission Field, as well as several other religious publications.


User Information

Preferred Citation

Hallie Buie Collection, Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi

Access Restrictions

The Hallie Buie Collection is open for research.

Copyright Restrictions

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use", that user may be liable for copyright infringement.


Separated Material

The following books have been removed from this collection and cataloged:

Buie, Hallie, and Virginia Fairfax. Ke Sooni. New York, NY: Friendship Press, 1947.

Millen, Nina, ed. Missionary Hero Stories. New York, NY: Friendship Press, 1948.

Fairfax, Virginia. Su Won and her Wonderful Tree. New York, NY: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1949. (2 copies)


Arrangement

This collection is arranged by format.


Container List

Folder 1.1
ALS from Bertha to Prential Buie Rew, 21 June 1949, 3 pp., and clipping on death of Mae Munn, 1949
ALS from Mae Hardy to Prential Rew, 21 June 1949, 1 p.
Folder 1.2
ALS from Ethel to Prential Rew, 20 June 1949, 1 p.
ALS from Mae Hardy to Prential Rew, 20 June 1949, 1 p. (written on church bulletin from First Methodist Church, Texarkana, Arkansas) and clipping from Texarkana Gazette, 8 May 1949
ALS from Eleanor to Prential Rew, 20 June 1949, 3 pp.
Folder 1.3
ALS from Aunt Willie to Prential Rew, 24 June 1949, 2 pp.
ALS from Fannie W. Butterfield to Prential Rew, 25 June 1949, 1 p.
ALS from Jennie Lee and Annie Ellen to Prential Rew, 26 June 1949, 1 p.
ALS from Pearle to Prential Rew, 26 June 1949, 3 pp.
Folder 1.4
ALS from Irene to Prential Rew, 27 June 1949, 4 pp.
ALS from Aunt Willie to Prential Rew, 27 June 1949, 1 p.
ALS from Aunt Willie to Prential Rew, 27 June 1949, 2 pp.
ALS from Hattie Hammond to Prential Rew, 27 June 1949, 2 pp.
ALS from Virginia McCulloch to Prential Rew, 27 June 1949, 1 p.
Folder 1.5
ALS from Mary McHardy to Prential Rew, 28 June 1949, 1 p.
ALS from Jane Buckmueller to Prential Rew, 28 June 1949, 1.5 pp.
ALS from Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanford McKee to Prential Rew, 30 June 1949, 1 p.
ALS from Bessie H. Lipscomb to Prential Rew, 28 June 1949, 4 pp.
ALS from Mae Hardy to Prential Rew, 28 June 1949, 3 pp.
Folder 1.6
ALS from John Bell Williams to Prential Rew, 29 June 1949, 1 p.
Folder 1.7
ALS from Mary Buie to Prential Rew, 9 July 1949, 1 p.
Folder 1.8
ALS from Hazel Graves to Prential Rew, 27 June 1949, 2 pp.
Folder 1.9
TLS from Mrs. William E. Airall to Prential Rew, 12 July 1949, 1 p.
TLS from Margaret Billingsley to Mrs. F. E. Collins, 28 June 1949
Folder 1.10
Telegram from Jewel Owen to Prential Rew, 25 June 1949
Telegram from Mrs. C. E. Noble and Clyde E. Noble to Prential Rew, 23 June 1949
Telegram from Katie McGrath Johnson to Prential Rew, undated
Folder 1.11
ALS from Lena D. [Moretren] to Prential Rew, undated
Folder 1.12
Sympathy card from Mrs. Geo. H. Nutt and Oneita Nutt to Prential Rew, 25 June 1949
Sympathy card from Lizzie Watson to Prential Rew, [2]6 June 1949
Sympathy card from Corinne C. Mayer to Prental Rew, 30 June 1949
Folder 1.13
Sympathy card from The Hardys to Prential Rew, 23 June 1949
Sympathy card from Virginia and Kerfoot Anding to Prential Rew, 28 June 1949
Sympathy card from Ethel M. Wank to Prential Rew, 20 June 1949
Sympathy card from Mr. Efton Allred and family to Prential Rew, 29 June 1949
Folder 1.14
Sympathy card from Dr. Mark Magee and family to Prential Rew, 24 June 1949
Sympathy card from Bessie Jenkins to Prential Rew, 25 June 1949
Sympathy card from Minnie to Prential Rew, 27 June 1949
Sympathy card from Alice Mc. to Prential Rew, 23 June 1949
Folder 1.15
Sympathy card from Rosa Lowder to Prential Rew, 25 June 1949
Sympathy card from Frost Bible Class, Texarkana, Arkansas, to Prential Rew, 27 June 1949
Sympathy card from Mrs. W. F. Meissner to Prential Rew, 27 June 1949
Sympathy card from Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Smith and Michael Ray Smith to Prential Rew, 25 June 1949
Folder 1.16
Sympathy card from Mrs. H. Fromme to Prential Rew, 28 June 1949
Sympathy card from Mary Alice and Nellie to Prential Rew, 24 June 1949
Sympathy card from Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Parker and family to Prential Rew, 24 June 1949
Sympathy card from Ola Callender to Prential Rew, 24 June 1949
Folder 1.17
Sympathy card from Ruth and Rod to Prential Rew, 25 June 1949
Sympathy card from Bennie D. Flowers to Prential Rew, 30 June 1949
Sympathy card from Mary Ida to Prential Rew, 27 June 1949
Sympathy card from Emma Allgood to Prential Rew, [25] June 1949
Folder 1.18
Sympathy card from the Hardys to Prential Rew, 25 June 1949
Sympathy card from Wilma C. Mullins to Prential Rew, 28 June 1949
Sympathy card from Ritchie and Mae Wilson to Prential Rew, 24 June 1949
Sympathy card from Ida Furlow Coker to Prential Rew, 24 June 1949
Folder 1.19
Sympathy card from Katie, Lynwood, Elsie, Kathryn and Bill to Prential Rew, [3] July 1949
Sympathy card from Ruth Diggs to Prential Rew, 9 July 1949
Sympathy card from Malcolm and Dorothy McMullan to Prential Rew, 1 July 1949
Sympathy card from Rachel Day to Prential Rew, 7 July 1949
Postcard from Ethel Maxwell to Prential Rew, 6 July 1949
Sympathy card from Jeanette Hill to Prential Rew, 5 July 1949
Folder 1.20
Sympathy card from Ada Hudson Blackwell to Prential Rew, 1 July 1949
Sympathy card from Nannie to Prential Rew, 2 July 1949
Sympathy card from Lana Winborn to Prential Rew, 12 July 1949
Sympathy card from Vera and Jimmie Bradfield to Prential Rew, 6 July 1949
Folder 1.21
Sympathy card from Fannie Ivy to Prential Rew, undated
Folder 1.22
Clippings regarding death of Hallie Buie, 1949
Folder 1.23
Funeral notice for Hallie Buie, 23 June 1949
Folder 1.24
Visitors' book from Brookhaven Funeral Home for Hallie Buie, 1949
Folder 1.25
TL from Ellasue Wagner to Prential Rew, 19 September 1949
Folder 1.26
TLS from Kate Cooper, Board of Missions and Church Extension of the Methodist Church, to Hallie Buie, 15 May 1949
Folder 1.27
TLS/pamphlet and photograph from Father Wegner, Father Flanagan's Boy's Home, Nebraska, June 1949
Folder 1.28
ALS from Ethel Underwood, Seoul Children's Home to Hallie Buie, undated, and two pamphlets on the Seoul Children's Home, 1948
Folder 1.29
TLS from Nina Millen, Missionary Education Movement, to Virginia Fairfax, 21 March 1946, 1 p.
TLS from Loretta T. Kruszna, Missionary Education Movement, to Virginia Fairfax, 7 July 1948, 1 p.
Folder 1.30
TLS from Virginia S. Henry, Scarritt College for Christian Workers, Nashville, Tennessee, to Hallie Buie, 13 June 1949, 1 p.
TLS from Betsy Ewing Cox, Scarritt College for Christian Workers, to Hallie Buie, 13 June 1949
Folder 1.31
Record of expenses involved in marketing Ke Sooni, 1947
Folder 1.32
Card from MacMillan Company acknowledging receipt of manuscript, 1945
Folder 1.33
Manuscript, "My Korean Friends," by Hallie Buie and 1 TLS from R. L. De Wilton, the Macmillan Company to Halie Buie, 10 August 1945, 1 p.
Folder 1.34
Miscellaneous
Folder 2.1-2.22
J. S. Gale, D. D., "A History of the Korean People," chps. 1-36
Scope: From The Korea Mission Field, July 1924. Missing chapters 20, 33-35.
Folder 2.23
W. M. Clark, D. D., "Animism in Korea," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.24
Clara Howard, "Annual Meeting of the Episcopal Methodist Mission South," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.25
W. M. Clark, D. D., "Council of Churches and Missions in Korea," The Korea Mission Field, July 1926
Folder 2.26
"Christianity in Korea," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.27
Mrs. William C. Kerr, "Diet as an Important Factor in the Cure of Sprue," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.28
Kate Cooper, "The Evangelism of Individuals," The Korea Mission Field, February 1926
Folder 2.29
E. W. Anderson, "Human Interest Stories in Medical Practice," The Korea Mission Field, 1926
Folder 2.30
J. B. Reynolds, "Industrial Education as a Part of the Missionary Program," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.31
S. Niwa, "The Japanese Y. M. C. A. of Korea," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.32
J. D. Cumming, "The Jennie Speer Memorial School for Girls," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.33
R. K. Smith, "A Korean Wash Day," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.34
Mrs. G. H. Winn, "Listening in at the Annual Meeting," The Korea Mission Field, 1926
Folder 2.35
William P. Parker, "Living in Korea," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.36
James I. Paisley, "The Merchandise of It," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.37
L. T. Newland, "The Missionary and His Message for Present Day Korea," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.38
W. R. Foote, "The Missionary Morale," The Korea Mission Field, September 1926
Folder 2.39
William Scott, "Modern Education in Korea," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.40
"Notes on Social Service Activities of Federal Council, Conducted in Fusan and Seoul in Cooperation with Salvation Army," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.41
"Our Problem," (editorial), The Korea Mission Field, February 1925
Folder 2.42
Jeanette Walter, "Physical Education for Girls," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.43
"Prism Pages, A Bible Woman in Korea," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.44
Oh Keung Sun, "Prohibition in Korea," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.45
Louise B. Hayes, "The Pyengyang Country Class," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.46
D. A. Bunker, "Reminiscences of Seoul in 1886," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.47
"Shinto Shrines in Chosen," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.48
Marion G. Hartness, "Travels with My Daughter in Korea," The Korea Mission Field, November 1926
Folder 2.49
Willard Lyon, "Twenty-Five Years Ago," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.50
F. Herron Smith, "Two Pressing Reforms," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.51
R. H. Hardie, "What Would I do If Wanted a Revival?" The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.52
"Why Mission Schools?" (editorial), The Korea Mission Field, July 1925
Folder 2.53
Louise B. Hayes, "The Women's Higher Bible School, Pyengyang," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.54
J. Robert Moore, "Ye Duk-Su," The Korea Mission Field, undated
Folder 2.55
Miscellaneous pages from The Korea Mission Field
Folder 2.56
"Women of Devotion in Korea," pamphlet, undated
Folder 2.57
Newsrelease and newsletter from Korean Pacific Press, 1949
Folder 2.58
Newsrelease from Korean Pacific Press, 8 July 1949
Folder 2.59
The Korea Klipper newsletter, July/August 1949
Folder 2.60
Korea Calling newsletter, May/June 1949
Folder 2.61
The Upper Room, May/June 1949
Folder 2.62
Upward, 13 February 1949
Folder 2.63
Upward, 6 March 1949
Folder 2.64
Upward, 24 April 1949
Folder 2.65
Mississippi Methodist Advocate, 13 July 1949

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