This magazine resulted from a merger of Woman's Work for Woman and Our Mission Field in December 1885. Remaining in production until 1924, this periodical included additional articles on missionary outposts. Contents include excerpts from letters written by missionaries, notes on North American missions, and feature articles on foreign peoples; typical topics are Brazilian fruit vendors, a child's funeral in Colombia, and use of opium by Chinese women. An index to each volume is included.
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