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Flannel graphs

  • AU AU-MTC 093/31
  • Series
  • 1930-1950

Bible story characters and objects cut out of flannel pieces, designed to be placed on a flannel background.
Folder 1:
The sheet let down
The boy Samuel
God feeds the Israelites with manna
The unforgiving servant
Folder 2:
Feeding the five thousand
The crucifixion
Gospel of John – the first 12 chapters
The prodigal son
The parable of the lost coin
The ten virgins
The rich man and Lazarus
Folder 3:
He shall cast away his idols
The boy Jesus
Jairus asks Jesus to come and heal his daughter
Cain and Abel
General indoor scene
Creation
Folder 4:
The entry in Jerusalem
The miraculous draw of fishes
Entrance of sin
Joseph’s coat of many colours
The Annunciation
The trial of Jesus
The parable of the lost sheep
Nativity scene
The prodigal son
Folder 5:
Joseph reveals himself to his brethren
The flood, Noah’s sacrifice
The story of Esther
The resurrection
Gideon’s three hundred
John baptising and the baptism of Jesus
First and second cleansing of the temple
Folder 6:
The raising of Lazarus
Moses hid in the bulrushes
Gethsemane
Abraham sends Hagar away
The widow’s mite
A bride for Isaac
Folder 7:
Water changed into wine
The temptation
Paul before Festus and Agrippa
The story of Ruth
The annunciation
Folder 8:
The tabernacle
Peter released from prison
The well of salvation
Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt
Elijah at Mount Carmel
The Passover
David and his victory over Goliath
Folder 9:
Joseph sold as a slave into Egypt
The ascension
Paul and Silas in Philippi/cast into prison
Pharaoh’s dreams
Scenery set – village and street
Joseph made ruler
Triumphal entry
Folder 10:
Isaac blesses Jacob
Elijah fed by the ravens
Animals
Christ stills the storm
Namaan the leper
Fleeing from Egyptians/the Passover
Cain and Abel
The creation
Jacob’s vision of the ladder
Folder 11:
The lives of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob
The last Supper
Call of the fisherman
Chinese figures and boats
Paul on the island of Melita
Parable of the Good Samaritan
The Sower
Moses at the burning bush
Kadesh Barnea – the spies sent in
The serpent of brass
Folder 12:
Saul blinded by the light
Zacchaeus
The Good Shepherd
Jonah
The stoning of Stephen
The Sermon on the Mount
Joseph’s dreams
Folder 13:
The Good Samaritan
Solomon and the Queen of Sheba
Adoration of the Wise Men
Peter and John at the Beautiful Gate
Nativity scene
Two ways poster
Rahab and the spies
Folder 14:
Translation of Elijah
Demons cast out of maniac
Parable of the talents
Parable of the two houses
Jesus blessing the children
The blind man
The rich young ruler
Daniel in the lion’s den

Andrews, Mary Maria

English-language books used by Mary Andrews while on missionary service

  • AU AU-MTC 093/27
  • Series
  • 1938-1951

This series contains English-language books, mostly hardcovers, which were most likely used by Mary Andrews during her missionary service in China. It contains theological works, religious texts such as Prayer Books, nursing, pastoral and general advice texts, and a small amount of fiction and poetry.
It is impossible to determine definitively whether some of these texts were used on the mission field. Consideration has been given to the condition of the volumes (showing wear or water damage from travel), the context and topicality, and the publication date. Mary Andrews would later come into possession of tomes from the Deaconess House library, as well as texts inherited from various acquaintances and ecclesiastical figures, so an early publication date is not in itself conclusive evidence that any given volume ever travelled to China. This series excludes texts in Chinese (including English-Chinese Bibles and phrasebooks), and Bibles (see series 26).

Andrews, Mary Maria

Prayer letters distributed during missionary service

  • AU AU-MTC 093/5
  • Series
  • 1947-1951

This series contains prayer letters sent by Mary Andrews to CMS to be distributed to supporters, written between 1947 and 1951 during her time in China; and also letters and drafts of letters written for publication in the CMS "Round World" magazine, with an intended audience of children.
These letters are intended for a praying audience, and contain particulars of Mary Andrews' life and ministry in China as well as devotional commentary and descriptions of her state of mind, health, encouragement, and other concerns.
The prayer-letters in this series had been previously set apart and placed in acid free folders. New series numbers have since been added and fasteners replaced with plastic paper-clips, but no other changes have been made.
The published versions of some of the "The Round World" articles have been placed in series 13.
This series was originally combined with Series 6.

Andrews, Mary Maria

Constitution of the Church of England Deaconess Institution, Sydney

  • AU AU-MTC 067/8
  • Series
  • 1917-1963

This is a printed version dated 20 August 1917. The Constitution covers the
history of the Institution, the role of the Trustees and the declaration of trusts.
There is a copy of a later Constitution dated 1963 as document 7 of Series 39,
Synod Standing Committee on the Role of Deaconess House.

Deaconess Institution

Minutes of the [Deaconess] House Committee

  • AU AU-MTC 067/3
  • Series
  • 1960-1972

These are the copies of the minutes retained by Mary Andrews . They appear to supplement the official copies of the Minutes which are held by Anglican
Deaconess Ministries but whose holdings appear to cease in 1943.
The business of the House Committee was to consider domestic staff and the business of daily management of the College. Including the acceptance of
candidates, bursaries, syllabus and practical training, properties, building repairs and expansion
This set is fragmentary prior to 1964. They are roughly sorted only. No item list
has been prepared.

Deaconess Institution

Deaconess House Board of Reference meetings

  • AU AU-MTC 067/5
  • Series
  • 1960-1973

It was the role of the Board of Reference to consider applicants for entry to
Deaconess House for Training and to determine who would be selected. The
Board comprised the Principal, Chaplain for Deaconesses and between 4 and 6 lay and clerical members usually members of the Institute Board. The series contains details of the qualifications and parish work of the applicants.

Deaconess Institution

Deaconess House Board of Studies meetings

  • AU AU-MTC 067/6
  • Series
  • 1974

The Board of Studies was formed by a resolution of the Management Committee of Deaconess House on 8 August 1974 . The purpose of the board was to prepare a submission for the Australian College of Theology for a Diploma of Ministry. The Board comprised Rev S. Giltrap (Chairman), Deaconesses M. Andrews, J. Lawrence and M. Rodgers, Mrs I. Hall and Rev. G. Glassock. The members met Dr G.B. Knox and Dr W. Dumbrell to discuss matters that arose in conjunction with Mooore College. It appears that the role of the Board ceased after three meetings.

Deaconess Institution

Letters received by the Principal

  • AU AU-MTC 067/2
  • Series
  • 1951-1975

The series consists of letters received by Mary Andrews in her official capacity as Principal of Deaconess House. Some of the letters are addressed to 'Head
Deaconess' an office that Mary Andrews held concurrently with the office of
Principal and beyond her retirement. Selection of the letters in this series has been made on an individual basis based on the subject of the letter. Letters include matters to do with candidates, their placements, monetary donations.
The letters are placed in bundles according to decade. The is no precise sorting
within the bundles. The papers have not been placed into acid free folders. No item listing has been made. Series numbers only are written on the folders. More detailed work needs to be performed at a later date.

Deaconess Institution

Draft autobiography and related papers

  • AU AU-MTC 093/12
  • Series
  • 1938-1975

Mary had a strong sense of her role in history. Following her return from China her roles as Principal of Deaconess House and as Head Deaconess saw her taking a unique position in women’s ministry, she was tireless at taking every opportunity to address church groups of various kinds on her twin loves as missionary work in China and women’s ministry; she kept copious diaries.[See Series 2, 1932-1996] She played a major role in many organisations developed to foster women’s ministry and she was a figure in some secular organisations This sense of being chosen led to her prepare an autobiography. The manuscript was offered to Anzea Publications but on 1 March 1975 the Manager advised that no-one was available to edit the manuscript for publication. It is unknown whether she offered it to other publishers.
The original order of the manuscripts in this series is unclear. There is one major sequence of 88 pages but many drafts particularly of her period in China. The major section was originally in a folder with several other sections. The page numbering was not helpful in determining the order so this material has been treated as one item. Other sequences were identified separately and each sequence has been considered separate item.
It is possible that she prepared more than one draft. And also likely the the various drafts on her period in China were used as source material by Margaret Yarwood Lamb whose partial biography 'Going it Alone: Mary Andrews - missionary to China 1938 to 1951' published by Aquila Press in 1995 is confined to Mary’s formative years and missionary service.
This series also includes material that appears to have been collected for the purposes of a biography - letters, reports, short histories. This material includes letters to family members and circulars for the mission field; her license to serve as a female Deacon in Shaohsing-Chekiang, March 1948; news clippings.

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