Ephemera and Posters

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A collection of 12 illustrated pages on missionaries in Africa. Many shown by name: Rev. Pere Levaux, R.P. De Deken, Monseigneur Roelens, Miss Alexina Tinne, Miss Bashford, Padre Michele da Carbonara, Catherine Chocarini, Elisabeth Venturini (later two escaped prisoners of the Mahdi). Dating from 1865-1896. T

Price: $450.00

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Semeurs en Afrique. A 32 page booklet full of photo images of missionary activity in the Belgian Congo in the late 1940’s. T

Price: $90.00

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Three illustrated pages on Cardinal Lavigerie. T

Price: $150.00

Note: Charles Martial Allemand Lavigerie (31 October 1825 – 26 November 1892) was a French cardinal, archbishop of Carthage and Algiers and primate of Africa. A Catholic priest who became a bishop in France, Lavigerie established French Catholic missions and missionary orders to work across Africa. Lavigerie promoted Catholicism among the people of North Africa, as well as the black natives further south. t-aml019bHe was equally ardent to transform them into French subjects. He crusaded against the slave trade, and he founded the order of priests called the White Fathers, so named for their white cassocks and red fezzes. He also established similar orders of brothers and nuns. He sent his missionaries to the Sahara, Sudan, Tunisia, and Tripolitania. His efforts were supported by the Pope and German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck. Although anti-clericalism was a major issue in France, the secular leader Léon Gambetta proclaimed that “anti-clericalism is not an article for export,” and supported his work.

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Compete story of Dr. Krapf’s Missionary Travels in Easter Africa, spread over two issues of The Sunday at Home: A Family Magazine for Sabbath Reading, dated 1861. T

Price: $50.00

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Compete story of The Gospel on the Banks of the Niger, spread over four issues of The Sunday at Home: A Family Magazine for Sabbath Reading, dated 1861. T

Price: $100.00

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Two illustrations of Bishop Hannington being murdered in Uganda. T

Price: $30.00

obituaries of missionaries that worked in Africaobituaries of missionaries that worked in Africa

 

A large collection of overseas mission and/or obituaries of missionaries that worked in Africa. A good source of information giving the person’s name, date of birth/death, missionary society, countries he/she worked in, where he/she retired and died, and other information. Sometimes with a photo image of the person. Some were martyred in the Belgian Congo.

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Song sheet 'Missielied' which means 'Mission Song'

 

Song sheet 'Missielied' which means 'Mission Song' by Toon de Mindere and Ivo Mortelmans, done in January 1945, during WW2

Price: $100.00

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Large poster of missionary work in Africa. Source unknown.

Price: $400.00

missionary work in Africa

 

 Large poster of missionary work in Africa. Source unknown.

Price: $400.00