Sallie Lewis Browne Oral History Interview

May 15, 1981
Oral History #OH0070
Creator(s)
Lennon, Donald R.; Browne, Sallie Lewis
Physical description
0.005 Cubic Feet, 1 audiocassette, 1 hour, 19 pages
Preferred Citation
Sallie Lewis Browne Oral History Interview (#OH0070), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Repository
ECU Manuscript Collection
Access
No restrictions


Biographical/historical information

Miss Browne is a native of Sussex, Virginia and a graduate of Madison College. After attending graduate school at Scarritt College, she was sent to Manchuria in 1926.


Scope and arrangement

Her work at Harbin, Manchuria, among White Russians led to her transfer to Warsaw, Poland, where she remained until 1938. After World War II she returned to Poland where she taught until the Communists expelled her in 1949. She was next assigned to Liberia and operated a girls dorm in Monrovia at the College of West Africa. Miss Browne's interview discusses these aspects of her career.


Administrative information
Source of acquisition

Gift of Sallie Lewis Browne

Processing information

Encoded by Apex Data Services

Copyright notice

Repository does not own copyright to the oral history collection. Permission to cite, reproduce, or broadcast must be obtained from both the repository and the participants in the oral history, or their heirs.

General note

1926-1969


Key terms
Personal Names
Browne, Sallie Lewis
Topical
Missionaries--China--Harbin (China
Missionaries--Liberia--Monrovia (Liberia)
Missionaries--Poland--Warsaw (Poland)
Places
Liberia--Economic conditions--20th century
Liberia--Social life and customs--20th century