Galt Papers (V)
Scope and Contents
Diaries, personal correspondence, and genealogy, 1900-1979, concerning Louise Alberta West Galt (b. 1876) and Howard Spilman Galt (1872-1948), who were missionaries to China between approximately 1899-1940, and their daughter Mable Mildred Galt (b. 1900), a social worker and minister's wife living in the United States. Of special interest is the diary of Louise A. W. Galt written during the summer of 1900 during the siege of Peking during the Boxer Rebellion.
The relationship of Howard Spilman Galt to the Galts of Virginia is distant.
- Creation: 1900-1979
- Galt, Louise Alberta West, b. 1876 (Person)
- Galt, Howard Spilman, 1872-1948 (Person)
- Galt, Mildred Mable, b. 1900 (Person)
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- Guide to the Galt Papers (V)
- Finding Aid Authors: Special Collections Staff.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English