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Jane Tiedge papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 94
The Jane Tiedge papers, 1994-1998 and undated, contains Tiedge's student essays, including those on Sister Ingeborg Nystul, a diary of her trip to China in 1998, and miscellaneous items. The collection consists of three series: Academic, Trip to China, and Miscellaneous.

The Academic series, 1968-1996 and undated, contains student essays written by Tiedge about Sissieretta Jones (aka Black Patti), Ross Paulson, and Ingeborg Nystul. Also included is a lengthy essay on Sissieretta Jones by Wilia Estelle Daughtry that Tiedge consulted as a secondary source.

The Trip to China series, 1998, contains a typewritten diary documenting Tiedge's experiences in China as well as articles and press releases about Tiedge's trip to China to research Nystul.

The Miscellaneous series contains undated budgets, a poem, and clipped obituaries.

Dates

  • 1968-1998 and undated

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.

Conditions Governing Use

Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from Augustana College Special Collections and the copyright holder.

Extent

0.2 Cubic Feet (/ 1 box)

Overview

Jane Tiedge was a non-traditional student at Augustana College in the mid-1990s who became a staff member in the Office of International Programs. She was encouraged in her studies in history and religion by professor Ross Paulson. Tiedge's research as a student and later as an independent scholar focused primarily on Sister Ingeborg Nystul, a Lutheran missionary to China. The Jane Tiedge papers, 1994-1998 and undated, contains Tiedge's student essays, including those on Sister Ingeborg Nystul, a diary of her trip to China in 1998, and miscellaneous items.

Historical Note

Jane Tiedge was a non-traditional student at Augustana College in the mid-1990s who became a staff member in the Office of International Programs. She was encouraged in her studies in history and religion by professor Ross Paulson. Tiedge's research as a student and later as an independent scholar focused primarily on Sister Ingeborg Nystul, a Lutheran missionary to China.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Received from Jane Tiedge, March 2001.

Related Materials

MSS 86 Sister Ingeborg Nystul papers

Processing Information

Processed by Allison James, 2009. Revised by Atticus Garrison, June 2016.

Creator

Title
Jane Tiedge papers, 1968-1998 and undated.
Status
completed
Author
Atticus Garrison
Date
June 2016
Description rules
dacs
Language of description
English

Repository Details

Part of the Augustana College Special Collections Repository

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