Postcards: The World’s Post Card Co – Type I

The World’s Post Card Co

Type I

No.sDescriptionEarliest PMK Date
N/ACaravan of Rev. and Mrs John M Springer, Congo Free State, Africa.
N/AMrs Springer and Jonas at Hartzell Villa, W.F.M.S., Old Umtali, Rhodesia, Africa.
N/ARev. and Mrs John M Springer, Rhodesia, Africa.

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Postcards: Nyadiri Mission – Washburn Memorial Hospital – Type II

Nyadiri Mission

Washburn Memorial Hospital – Type II

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Postcards: Nyadiri Mission – Washburn Memorial Hospital – Type 1

Nyadiri Mission

Washburn Memorial Hospital – Type 1

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Seventh-Day Adventist Church: Southern Rhodesia Mission Field

Seventh-Day Adventist Church

Southern Rhodesia Mission Field

 

The Southern Rhodesia Mission Field was organised in 1921. The territory covered the native work of Southern Rhodesia.

 

Mission

Native Mission

  • 1894 – Solusi Mission Station
  • 1910 – Hanke Mission Station
  • 1910 – Fort Victoria Mission Station
  • 1929 – Bulawayo Location Mission Station
  • 1929 – Filabusi Mission Station
  • 1929 – Headlands Mission
  • 1929 – Gwaai Mission Station (formerly Tjolotjo Mission Station)
  • Lower Shangani Mission Station
  • 1936 – Nata Mission Station

Seventh-Day Adventist Church: South-East African Union Mission Field

Seventh-Day Adventist Church

South-East African Union Mission Field

The South-East African Union Mission Field was organised in 1925. The territory covered the Nyasaland, Portuguese East Africa north of latitude 22, and North-East Rhodesia east of meridian 22.

Missions

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Seventh-Day Adventist Church: Northern Rhodesia Mission Field

Seventh-Day Adventist Church

Northern Rhodesia Mission Field

The Northern Rhodesian Mission Field was organised in 1921. The territory covered Northern Rhodesia and the Caprivi Strip (a salient of Namibia that protrudes eastward for about 450 km from the north-eastern corner of Namibia. It is bordered by Botswana to the south, and by Angola and Zambia to the north).

Missions

  • 1905 – Rusangu Mission Station
  • 1917 – Musofu Mission Station
  • 1921 – Katima Mulilo Mission Station
  • 1925 – Muchenje Mission (re-opened 1934)
  • 1928 – Liumba Hill Mission Station

Native Missions

  • 1930 – Demu Mission
  • 1930 – Munenga Mission
  • 1931 – Sala Mission Station
  • 1933 – Sitote Misison Station
  • 1934 – Kuamba Mission
  • 1935 – Dimbwe Mission
  • 1935 – Kazungula Mission
  • 1936 – Tapo Mission Station

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Seventh-Day Adventist Church: Sitote Mission Station

Seventh-Day Adventist Church

Sitote Mission Station

Sitote Mission Station was a native mission established in 1933. It’s director was Robert Njekwa and it managed three native schools.

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Seventh-Day Adventist Church: Liumba Hill Mission Station

Seventh-Day Adventist Church

Liumba Hill Mission Station

Samuel M Konigmacher established a school at Liumba Hill, Barotseland in 1928. Konigmacher had worked at Rusangu Mission and left to open Musofu Mission Station before opening Liumba Hill.

In 1935, a small dispensary was added and Konigmacher oversaw seven village schools.

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