Philip Frank Price Collection
Dr. P. Frank Price served as a missionary in China from 1890-1941 with the Presbyterian Church U.S. (Southern). He lived and worked first in Kashing Province and later in Nanking where he was a professor of systematic theology at Nanking Theological Seminary. In Nanking, he founded and edited a weekly publication, Notes and Notices, that gave a summary of religious and community news. He experienced the Boxer Rebellion, the Chinese Revolution, anti-foreigner demonstrations, and the Japanese invasion of China in 1937. After retiring from China in 1941, Dr. Price lived in Florence, South Carolina until his death in 1954. The collection contains correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings, manuscripts, pamphlets, diaries, photographs, and journals.