Dorothy "Dot" Hubbard's life in Korea covered 1954-1975. She taught English writing and literature at Ewha Woman's University in Seoul and Christian Education at Mokwon Seminary in Taejon.
Subjects: Missionaries -- Korea -- 20th century -- Biography; Missionaries -- Korea -- 20th century -- Poetry
Vol. 2 contains a section on "vocabulary of languages" including English, Spanish, Malay, Bisayan, Sooloo [Sulu], Iloco [Iloko], Batan, Cagayan [Jama Mapun], Tagala [Tagalog], Chinese, Japanese, and Korean
Subjects: Samarang (Ship : 1843-1846); Natural history -- Malay Archipelago; English language -- Dictionaries -- Polyglot; Malay Archipelago -- Description and travel; Malay Archipelago -- Languages
Call Number: Rare Book - Folio BX8495.R68 R68 2004 folio
Publication Date: 2014
Dr. Robert F. Roth's time in Korea spanned 1961-1972. He was a medical missionary of the United Methodist Church at the Wonju United Christian Hospital, Wonju City, Kangwon-Do, about 75 miles SE of Seoul. He worked with outstanding Korean surgeon, Dr. Young U. Kim, CEO of WUCH, assisting him and other staff specialists from A-Z.
Subjects: Physicians -- Korea -- 20th century -- Biography; Missionaries -- Korea -- 20th century -- Biography; Korea -- Description and travel -- 20th century -- Biography