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Landon Chronicles (1930): Siam: Kids and Mrs. Bulkley's Rudeness (hour 54, clip 12) | Special Collections, Buswell Library

 
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Landon Chronicles (1930): Siam: Kids and Mrs. Bulkley's Rudeness (hour 54, clip 12)
Date:
1930
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Margaret writes that Bill was learning to run, like a drunken sailor. Peggy is trying to sing, and since she knows no tune, her singing is always "original." Miss Eakin never came back from the US, so Margaret ran the school until she left for furlough and resumed the job upon her return. Mrs. Bulkley had three girls and her two boys were in school in India. The Bulkleys were fundamentalists and this led Mrs. Bulkley to be often rude to people. Margaret tells of Mrs. Bulkley's rude response to her when she suggested that Mrs. Bulkley should grant her daughter, Dorothy, her wish to go to Wheaton College. She explained what the word "fundamentalist" meant in those days, and how fundamentalist views led to much troubles on the mission field. (Length 10:12)
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LC54-12
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Special Collections, Buswell Library
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