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The Woman’s Board of Foreign Missions (WBFM) of the RCA was organized in 1875 in Marble Collegiate Church in Manhattan. Thirteen women, in response to a recommendation of the 1874 General Synod, met to commit themselves to the proposition that women in all parts of the world had a right to a Christian life. Through prayer and monetary gifts, the WBFM supported the schools established by the RCA for women and children at the various mission stations. The organization continued until 1946 when it was absorbed into the Board of Foreign Missions of the RCA. The collection includes annual reports.
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Board reports, Annual reports, Reformed Church of America, RCA, Dutch, Protestantism in America, Dutch Americans, Protestants
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Reformed Church in America, "51st Annual Report of the Woman's Board of Foreign Missions" (1925). Woman’s Board of Foreign Missions Annual Reports. 41.
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