Philippines -- History
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
This is a child's version of her mother's ironing board and iron. The charcoal iron is heated by coals of charcoal made from coconut shells. The board is 15" long and 4.5" wide at widest point. The iron is 4" long and 2.5" wide at widest point.
The collection contains files mostly dealing with the Lutheran Church of the Philippines, including conference and committee minutes, statistics, linguistic notes, surveys, correspondence, and printed materials. There are also files concerning Concordia Seminary (Saint Louis) and the doctrinal controversy.
- Supine Corpus in Glass and Wood Container
- Corpus rests on purple cloth
- There are three metal rays (nimbus)
- SEP 2019 #3 M2
The collection contains records and correspondence. It contains the minutes from the 1948 Pastoral Conference, the 1949 Lutheran Philippine Mission Conference, and the 1950 Executive Committee. The collection also contains correspondence between Buntrock and the Board for Mission Services concerning his work as a missionary in the Philippines and China. A preliminary inventory is in box 1.
Pangasinan Folk Art. Wooden Crucifix
- Luzon. El Cristo Muerto. Supine Corpus in a glass case
- 7.25" tall
- "1st Owner - Fr. Colama - Given to his nephew, Mr. Conrado Bucasas"
- Barrio, Camantitis. Urdaneta, Pangasinan (SEP 2019 #3 M1)
The pin was hand-carved from the polished shell of a coconut. The shells are also used for making banks, children's purses, buttons, belts, spoons, etc. This pin is 2" x 2" and has an interesting shape.
The pin was hand-carved from the polished shell of a coconut. The shells are also used for making banks, children's purses, buttons, belts, spoons, etc.