MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 289
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CITATION: JonnaLynn Mandelbaum Papers, MSS 289, Archives and Manuscripts
Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.
Jonna-Lynn Knauer Mandelbaum, Methodist missionary nurse and nursing educator, was born on November 23, 1946 in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. She received her bachelor's degree from Lebanon Valley College in 1969, a master's degree in public health from Johns Hopkins University in 1978, and a PhD in education from Georgia State University in 1986. In 1969 she went to Mozambique to serve as a missionary nurse for the United Methodist Church. She also worked in Swaziland and Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). She focused on international health issues throughout most of her professional career. She worked with nursing programs in Papua New Guinea and the Philippines, and served as the director of nursing programs in Central and Eastern Europe for Project Hope. Mandelbaum is retired and lives in New Mexico.
This collection consists of the research material and taped interviews
of Jonna-Lynn K. Mandelbaum. The material in the collection was used
for research on her dissertation The Missionary as a Cultural Interpreter,
which pertains to the Tswana culture in Mozambique. The collection
contains manuscripts, articles, and correspondence from Charles Edward Fuller,
Ira E. Gillet, Alf Helgesson, and Mary Rea. The manuscripts include
information on missionaries B. F. Ousley, Mary and Julian Rea, and Erwin
H. Richards. The collection includes tapes and transcripts of interviews
with Fuller, Gillet, Helgesson, Mary Rea and other missionaries and individuals
who lived in Mozambique and were familiar with the work of Methodist missionaries.
The taped interviews are available in the library but copies cannot be supplied
for use outside the library.
|1/1||Fuller, [Charles Edward] Articles and papers from||1959-1974, n.d.|
|Gillet, Ira E.:|
|1/2||[Correspondence, articles, transcripts]||1985-1986|
|1/3||This I recall: my growing up||1985|
|1/4||Early years in Africa manuscript||n.d.|
|1/5||B. F. Ousley's biography||n.d.|
|1/6||Mary Rea's biography of Julian Rea||ca. 1978|
|1/7||E. H. Richard's biography||n.d.|
|1/8||The Tshwa response to Christianity||1971|
|1/9||The Tshwa response to Christianity||1971|
|2/1||Helgesson's Tshwa grammar||n.d.|
|2/2||Rea, Mary - Julian and Mary Rea's manuscript, Xeroxed 9-10-85 Collated 1973-1978||ca. 1978|
|2/3||Anderson, Bill and Dorothy||1985|
|2/4||Broughton, Bruce||ca. 1985|
|2/5||Dodge, Ralph E.||1986|
|2/7||Fuller, Charles Edward||1985-1986|
|2/12||Hough, Dorcas M.||1985|
|3||Tapes of interviews||1985-1986|
|4/1||Richards, Erwin H: Elementary principles of the Sheetswa language||1902|
|4/2||Missionary pamphlets||[1929, 1938, late 1930s]|
|4/3||Cadwallader, E. M.: Procedure for producing native African readers in southern Rhodesia||1936|
|4/4||Documents pertaining to health education||1958-1964|
|4/5||Tsonga language resources||1960 and undated|
|4/6||Miscellaneous published anthropological studies||1960, 1971|
|4/7||Donaldson, Franklin: The Sister Buck Memorial Hospital project in spiritual healing||[1966/1967]|
|4/8||Makhubele, L. L.: Traditional African concepts of illness and healing||1969|
|4/9||Helgesson, Alf: African background and the Christian faith||1972|
|4/10||Knauer, J. L.: A statement on the medical assistant training school at Nyadiri||1973|
|4/11||Rea, Mary P.: Bodine boarding schoool for boys|||