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Bibliography of published materials on Welthy Honsinger Fisher (1879-1980), 1906-2003

Sally Swenson

Bibliography of published materials on Welthy Honsinger Fisher (1879-1980), 1906-2003

by Sally Swenson

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Published by Sally Swenson in [British Columbia] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fisher, Welthy honsinger, 1879-1980 -- Bibliography.,
  • Educators -- United States -- Bibliography.,
  • Education -- China -- Bibliography.,
  • Education -- India -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Sally Swenson.
    GenreBibliography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ5814.B3 S94 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination43 leaves ;
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22656608M
    LC Control Number2004396520

    Frederick Bohn Fisher - World Citizen, Welthy Honsinger Fisher Our Book of Books - A Complete Biography of Jesus Christ, the Testimony of Twelve Witnesses Verifying What We Have in the Bible about His, Charles F. May. colleen moore - autograph 01/29/ co-signed by: june collyer, joan winters, faith stewart van buren, irv kupcinet, louella o. parsons, sally eilers, howie mayer, edward "big ed" quigley, john drury, marion neville (drury), patricia "princess pat" doherty, nathan "nate" gross, fanny butcher, maisie ward, welthy honsinger fisher, dorothy (dorothy selma richardson kissling) langley, george.

      Welthy Honsinger Fisher was 68 years old when she sat with Gandhi on a blue velvet carpet in and he told her that she ought to return to India and teach illiterate adult villagers to read. Biographical History. Literacy Volunteers, Inc. was founded in by Ruth J. Colvin in Syracuse, New York. Mrs. Colvin's interest in literacy grew out of the global mission of her denomination and exposure to the work of Frank Laubach and Welthy Honsinger Fisher.

    Lawrence Wilfred "Laurie" Baker (2 March – 1 April ) was a British-born Indian architect, renowned for his initiatives in cost-effective energy-efficient architecture and designs that maximized space, ventilation and light and maintained an uncluttered yet striking aesthetic sensibility. Influenced by Mahatma Gandhi and his own experiences in the remote Himalayas, he promoted the Born: 2 March , Birmingham, England.   Laurence Wilfred "Laurie" Baker (2 March – 1 April ) was an award-winning British-born Indian architect, renowned for his initiatives in cost-effective energy-efficient architecture and for his unique space utilisation and simple but beautiful aesthetic sensibility. In time he made a name for himself both in sustainable architecture as well as in organic architecture.


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Fisher, Welthy Honsinger () American Methodist educational missionary in China and India. Welthy Honsinger was born in Rome, New York, and grew up hoping to be an opera singer. But upon hearing a missionary speaker, Honsinger discarded her plan, completed her education as a teacher, and sailed to China in Welthy Honsinger Fisher began writing under her maiden name, Welthy Honsinger.

Welthy graduated from Syracuse University in She was teaching at a high school and commuting to voice lessons in New York City when she attended a missionary meeting at Carnegie Hall/5. Fisher, Welthy Honsinger () After her husband died inWelthy Fisher wrote his biography and studied educational systems throughout the world.

Stylish and articulate, she became a popular lecturer on missions, women’s topics, and international friendship. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.

CITATION. WELTHY FISHER, still Bibliography of published materials on Welthy Honsinger Fisher book responding vitally to the plea of her late friend, Mohandas K. Gandhi: “Go to the villages and help them. India is the villages.” Saksharta Niketan, or Literacy House, which she founded, has become the means of fulfilling Gandhi’s commission.

The Top of the World. by FISHER, Welthy Honsinger. Seller Jeffrey H. Marks Rare Books Published []. Condition Ink name to front free endpaper; a few smudges to pages; otherwise a bright, near fine copy. Edition First edition.

Item Price $. Frederick Bohn Fisher: World Citizen Paperback – Septem by Welthy Honsinger Fisher (Author) See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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New York, The Macmillan company, Welthy Honsinger Fisher was born in Rome, New York, in At 21, she embarked upon a teaching career.

Her first job was in Haverstraw, New York, in a one-room school called Rosebud College where she was in charge of 15 students. Early Life of Dr. Welthy H. Fisher Welthy H. Fisher was born on 18 September in New York. She was married to Bishop Fred Fisher.

She was a faithful, deeply loving and caring wife. Her life was tragic as she lost her husband in the prime of her youth after which she had to lead a lonely life. Printed material by or about Welthy Fisher include "Gandhi As I Knew Him" by Welthy Fisher, appearing in Unity Magazine May-June Issue on Gandhi, Volumenumber 11 (); Rome, New York, Historical Society Newsletter "Welthy Honsinger Fisher Honored by State Historical Marker"; and "The Legacy of New York Women: ," with an.

Freedom: a Story of Young India Hardcover – January 1, by Welthy Honsinger Fisher (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: Welthy Honsinger Fisher.

Welthy Honsinger Fisher was deeply involved with World Education either as president or advisor from untilwhen she gave up all official duties. At the. Sally Swenson, Welthy's companion of her last fourteen years, has chronicled her entire life in this book. Working from tapes, diaries, letters, W elthy's and Fred Fisher's writings, Swenson has put together a massive volume of minute information on the life and passions of this compelling woman.

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Committed to women’s education and rights, she encouraged her. Comment on Welthy Honsinger Fisher's contributions to educ of women notes she is best remembered for her work as founder of Literacy House, an. Landforms & Terrains. From The Man Who Walked Through Time to The Last Barbarians, from Our National Parks to Story Of the Grand Canyon, The, we can help you find the landforms & terrains books you are looking the world's largest independent marketplace for new, used and rare books, you always get the best in service and value when you buy fromand all of your purchases are.

Welthy Honsinger Fisher ( – ) Welthy Fisher began the enterprise that would become World Education at the age of She ran the organization until she and died in at Welthy was extraordinarily passionate and energetic.

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