Lorena Kelly Manuscript
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- Kelly, Lorena (Person)
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As a missionary, Kelly opened and directed a home economics school, organized a junior high school for girls, and served as Dean of the Home Economics Department of the Congo Polytechnique for two years. She remained a missionary for 33 years, and wrote two books in the Otetela langauge: Good Housekeeping, a textbook, and Teach Your Child the Bible.
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- Congo (Democratic Republic)
- Congo (Democratic Republic) -- United Methodist Church -- Central Conference
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- Tetela (African people) -- Education.
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- Lorena Kelly Manuscript
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- April 20, 2021: This finding aid underwent changes in Spring 2021 after a reparative archives review. The following link leads to the legacy version of this finding aid: http://library.uncg.edu/info/depts/scua/legacyFA/04.MSS054.legacy.pdf