Collection: Historical / Lottie Moon

Lottie Moon having tea with a cohort from China.

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Missionary, Lottie Hartwell, stands with the student body of the school established by Lottie Moon in Tengchow, China (Photo circa 1910).

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Monument Street Baptist Church, built by T.P. Crawford in 1872 in Tengchow, China. Lottie’s “Little Crossroads” residence was nearby and she worshipped at his church 1873-1912.

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A portrait of a Chinese worker, left, missionary Effie Johnson Sears, middle, standing alongside Lottie Moon, far right. The Searses arrived in China for missionary work in 1892. Effie died in 1904.

 

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Detail of a Lottie Moon letter.

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Detail of a Lottie Moon letter.

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Pingtu, Home of Lottie Moon in China.

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Photo Illustration of Lottie Moon

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Charlotte Diggs (Lottie) Moon was born December 1840 on the family estate, Viewmont, in Albemarle County, Va.

One of three views of Lottie Moon’s Viewmont Home, Charlottesville, VA (circa 1937).

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Portrait of Lottie Moon

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Charlotte Diggs (Lottie) Moon was born December 1840 on the family estate, Viewmont, in Albemarle County, Va.

One of three views of Lottie Moon’s Viewmont Home, Charlottesville, VA (circa 1937).

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Charlotte Diggs (Lottie) Moon was born December 1840 on the family estate, Viewmont, in Albemarle County, Va.

One of three views of Lottie Moon’s Viewmont Home, Charlottesville, VA (circa 1937).

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Portrait of Lottie Moon, 1873.

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Early 1900’s China

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The missionary residence, “The Little Crossroads”, in Tengchow. Ella Jeter, Lottie Moon(seated), Jessie Pettigrew
Circa 1905

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Lottie Moon, one of Southern Baptists most famous missionaries, served as a missionary to China from 1873 until her death in 1912. Lottie’s legacy will now be preserved beyond the Southern Baptist realm. Wulin Shenghui Church of Penglai in Shandong province, where Lottie Moon was a member during her time in Dengzhou, China, has been designated as a nationally protected historical and cultural site by The State Council of the People’s Republic of China.

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Lottie Moon with Students at Japanese commercial school where she taught English, 1901.

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Tengchow Mission about 1909. Standing, L-R, William Carey Newton, James Boardman Hartwell, Cicero Washington Pruitt (seated, L-R) Lottie Moon, Anna Hartwell, Mrs. C. W. Pruitt, and Mrs W.C. Newton.

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A portrait of Edward Harris Moon and Anna Moon, Lottie Moon’s parents. Edward Moon died in 1845 in a riverboat accident, when Lottie was only five years old.

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A portrait of Edmonia Moon, Lottie’s little sister.

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