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Ephemera of The Stam Family - Collection 449

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Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

Biographies of Ephemera of Elisabeth Alden (Scott) and John Cornelius Stam

An Essay on the Contents of the Collection (Scope and Content)

Lists of Films, Negatives, Oversize Materials, Photographs, and Video Tapes in This Collection (Location Records)
    Films
    Negatives
    Oversize Materials
    Photo Albums
    Photographs
    Video Tapes

List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Container List)



Brief Description.

Memoirs, newsletters, correspondence, diary, photos, film, poems, newspaper clippings and other items that relate to the Stam family’s involvement in Christian ministry in North America, Asia, and Africa.  The bulk of the collection consists of material about John and Betty Stam, workers in China who were killed by Communist soldiers in 1934.


Collection 449                                                                                                   
[July 19, 2011]

The Stam Family; n.d.

Ephemera; 1919-2003, n.d.

2 boxes (.6 cubic feet); Films, Negatives, Oversize materials, Photo Albums, Photographs, Videotapes



Restrictions

Because of the fragile nature of the letters in folder 1-6, researchers must use the photocopies in folder 1-7 instead.



Biographies

 

  Full Name

 Cornelius Richard Stam (“Neil”)

  Birth

 May 27, 1908 in Paterson, New Jersey

  Death

 March 9, 2003 in Carol Stream, Illinois

  Family

 

  Parents

 Peter, Sr. and Amelia Williams Stam

 

  Siblings

 Peter, Jr., Clazina, Henry, Jacob, Harry, Catherine, John and Amelia             (nicknamed Babe)

 

 Marital Status

 Married Henrietta Winter in 1930 (died in 1971); married Ruth Wahlstrom in 1976 (died in September 1998)

  Conversion

 May 28, 1922 at an evangelistic meeting at his parents’ mission, Star of       Hope, led by Thomas Houston

  Career

 

  1938 ish

 Pastor at Preakness Community Church, Preakness, N.J.

 

  1940

 Founded the Berean Bible Society, which began as a series of Bible studies but began distributing material on the Bible and Christian life through their publication, the Berean Searchlight magazine and radio programs

 

  1945

 Co-founded the Milwaukee Bible Institute with Pastor Charles Baker

 

  1945-1953

 Served as the Academic Dean and Instructor in Bible Exposition and       Dispensational Studies, Milwaukee Bible Institute

 

  1953-1987

 Continued Berean Bible Society (Berean Searchlight, Bible Time Radio Ministry and Conference Ministries), Chicago, Illinois

Other Significant information

 

 

Cornelius authored more than thirty books in his lifetime, sharing the good news of the Gospel, especially through the theology of Paul with emphasis on the Mystery and dispensational theology.  All are available from the Berean Bible Society which continues under the leadership of Pastor Paul Sadler.

 

  Full name

   Elisabeth Alden Scott Stam

  Birth

   February 22, 1906 in Albion, MI

  Death

   Killed December 7, 1934 in Miaosheo, China by Communist soldiers

  Family

 

  Parents

  Dr. Charles Ernest and Clara Heywood Scott

 

  Siblings

  Beatrice Stevenson, Helen Mahy, Francis and Kenneth.

 

  Marital Status

 Married October 25, 1933 to John Stam in Jinan, China by Rev. R.A.           Torrey, Jr.

 

  Children

  Helen Priscilla, born in September, 1934

  Conversion

  As a child, rededicated her life in 1925 at a Keswick conference in NJ

    Education

 

  1923-1928

 Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.  Received bachelor’s             degree, involved in student government and the literary society.

 

  1928-1931

 Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Illinois for further training in Christian       work.  Served on the executive committee of the Missionary Union.

  Career

 

  1931-1933

 Sailed to China with China Inland Mission (now called Overseas       Missionary Fellowship).  Assigned to Fowyang in Anwhei province

 

October, 1933-   1934

 Joined John in his work in Xiancheng, China, completed her language         study and assisted in evangelistic work.

 

  Early 1934

 Traveled to Jingde, China to run the mission station. 

 

  September 1934

 Moved to Wuhu, China where Helen Priscilla was born.  Investigated       possibility of evangelistic work in the area.

 

  November 1934

 Moved back to Jindge which was taken captive by the Communist army      and was taken hostage and murdered.

 

Full Name

   John Cornelius Stam

Birth

   January 18, 1907 in Paterson, NJ

Death

   Killed December 7, 1934 in Miaosheo, China by Communist soldiers

Family

 

  Parents

  Peter and Amelia Williams Stam

 

  Siblings

 Peter, Jr., Clazina, Henry, Jacob, Harry, Catherine, Cornelius (Neill) and Amelia (nicknamed Babe)

 

  Marital Status

 Married October 25, 1933 to Elisabeth Alden Scott in Jinan, China by          Rev. R.A. Torrey, Jr.

 

  Children

 Helen Priscilla, born in September, 1934

  Conversion

 May 28, 1922 at an evangelistic meeting at his parents’ mission, Star of       Hope, led by Thomas Houston

   Education

 

  1929-1932

 Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Illinois for training in Christian work. 

     Career

 

   September 24,        1932

Sailed to China with China Inland Mission (now called Overseas                  Missionary Fellowship).

 

   1932-1933

 Attended language school in Anqing, China.

 

   1933-1934

 Assigned to Xiancheng to run a mission station, continued language             study, held Bible classes and did evangelistic work. 

 

   Early 1934

 Traveled to Jingde, China to run the mission station. 

 

  September 1934

 Moved to Wuhu, China where Helen Priscilla was born.  Investigated       possibility of evangelistic work in the area and distributed famine relief       funds. 

 

  November 1934

 Moved back to Jindge which was taken captive by the Communist army      and the Stams were taken hostage.

  Other significant information

While at Moody John received the call to be a missionary and met Elisabeth.  Their friendship gradually grew, although much of John's time was taken up with a rural church two hundred miles from Chicago which he was leading.  Elisabeth graduated in 1931 and sailed to China as a worker with China Inland Mission.  John planned to go out to China the next year, also as a CIM worker.  They had an informal understanding that if after they had worked as missionaries for a year or two in China as single people they still felt the same and it was the Lord's will, they would marry.  On arriving in China, Elisabeth was assigned to Fowyang in the province of Anwhei [Pinyin romanization: Anhui].  John was formally accepted by CIM in July 1932 and sailed for China on September 24.  When he reached Shanghai on October 12, he met Elisabeth who was in the city to meet her family and for medical care for her tonsils.  John and Elisabeth then became formally engaged.

 

Elisabeth returned to Fowyang and John traveled to Anking [Pinyin romanization: Anqing] for language school.  Upon completing the course in the summer of 1933, he went to the CIM station in Suancheng [Pinyin romanization: Xiancheng] to assist the Birches who worked there and run the mission station during their vacation.  He continued his language study and began holding Bible classes.  In the fall he traveled to Jinan, where he and Elisabeth were married on October 25, 1933 by Rev. R. A. Torrey Jr. 

 

After a brief honeymoon in Qingdao, the couple returned to Xiancheng.  There Elisabeth completed her language study and they both assisted missionaries and Chinese Christians in evangelistic work.  John led several meetings in Kinghsein, drawing on messages he had heard given shortly before by evangelist James R. Graham Jr.  In 1934, the couple traveled sixty miles southwest to investigate Tsingteh [Pinyin romanization: Jingde], which was to be their station.  They were to be in charge of the mission station there in the absence of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Warren, who were going on furlough.  In September of that year, Elisabeth went to the Methodist hospital in Wuhu, where the Stam's daughter, Helen Priscilla, was born.  John was distributing famine relief funds and planning a unified evangelism effort with Erwin A. Kohfield, who was at the station in nearby Tunki.  They met with local government officials to find out if the area would be safe for missionaries, in view of the continuing fighting between Communist and government forces nearby.  The district magistrate in Jingde, Mr. Peng, told John that there was a good deal of bandit activity in the area and agreed with him when John said perhaps they should not return for awhile.  But the magistrate also personally guaranteed their safety from Communist attack.  Aware that a large body of government troops had been moved to Xiancheng, John and Kohfield agreed that they could return to their stations.  The Stams left Wuhu on November 13 and were soon back in Jingde.  On December 6, the city fell to a sudden, unexpected attack by the Communist forces led by Lo Ping-hui and Fang Chi-min.  First John and then Elisabeth were taken hostage, after money had been extorted from them.  The Red army took the Stams (who were allowed to take their baby) and many Chinese captives with them to nearby Miaosheo.  John was allowed to write a letter to the CIM headquarters, saying they would be released in exchange for $20,000.  He closed the letter, "God give you wisdom in what you do and give us grace and fortitude.  He is able."  John and Elisabeth were executed by decapitation the next day, shortly before the Communist army left Miaosheo.  Helen was left behind and found by a Chinese evangelist and friend of the Stams, Lo Ke-chou.  She was then taken to her grandparents in Jinan.  The Stams death shocked and stirred American Fundamentalists and was later cited as many by the event that caused them to become missionaries.

 

Full Name

   Peter Stam III

Birth

  April 26, 1917 in Paterson, New Jersey

Death

  December 8, 2009 in Wilmington, North Carolina

Family

 

  Parents

 Peter, Jr. And Margaret (Gardenier) Stam

 

  Siblings

John (b. 1918), Margaret Lois (Peggy) (b. 1920), and Ruth Wilma (b.           1924)

 

  Marital Status

 Married Mary Lou Kennedy in 1943 (died in 1989); married Jeanelle           Jensen in 1990 (died in 1997); married Anne Zillger in 1999.

 

  Children

 Sharon [Rouse], Bruce, Marilyn and Peter Blair

Conversion

 1922 while praying with his mother

Education

 

  1939

 Graduated from Wheaton College, Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy

 

  1940

 One year of graduate work in theology at Wheaton Graduate School

 

  1942

Transferred to and graduated from Faith Theological Seminary in                 Wilmington, Delaware, Master of Divinity

 

 

One year of graduate work in linguistics with SIL (Summer Institute of        Linguistics) and one year of business administration at University of            Western Ontario

Ordination

 

  1942

  Ordained by Wheaton Bible Church in Wheaton, Illinois

Career

 

  1942-1944

  General Secretary of Student Foreign Missions Fellowship

 

  1944-1945

  Interim Pastor of the Western Springs Bible Church

 

  1946-1964

 Missions work with Africa Inland Mission in the Congo (Zaire) as                principal for a missionary kids school, Bangala language learning, church    planting, teaching Bible, leadership training.

 

  1964-1977

  Canadian director of AIM, Toronto, Ontario

 

  1977-1987

  United States director of AIM, Pearl River, NY

 

  1977-1981

  President of Interdenominational Foreign Missions Association (IFMA)

 

  1987

  Latin American coordinator and US Director Emeritus of AIM

 

  1990-?

 Pastor of Missions, Fourth Presbyterian Church in Maryland; Pastor of         Missions, Myrtle Grove Evangelical Presbyterian Church in                          Wilmington, North Carolina

 

 




Scope and Content

[Note: The notation "Folder 2-1" means "Box 2, Folder 1.]

This collection was created by the staff of the BGC Archives and consists of material they have received from various sources about the Christian ministry of the family of Peter, Sr. and Amelia Stam.  The bulk of the collection (Series I) consists of documents relating to missionaries to China John and Betty Stam, who became well known to American Fundamentalists, from books written about their murder by Communist soldiers in 1934. Series II contains material about the work of other Stam family members in North American and Africa.

 

Series: I.  Material related to John and Elisabeth “Betty” (Scott) Stam

Arrangement: By type of document, alphabetically; chronological in folder

Date Range: 1923-1940

Volume: .5 cubic feet

Boxes: 1-2

Geographic coverage: China, United States

Type of documents:  Films, Negatives, Oversize Materials, Photographs, Videotapes

Correspondents: John Stam, Cordell Hull, Hamilton Fish, Robert Glover, William Embery, Charles Scott, Daniel Smith

Subjects: Missions to China, Moody Bible Institute, call to missionary work, Chinese Communism, the China Inland Mission, Christian martyrs

Notes:  This collection consists of correspondence, photos, newspaper clippings, a film, reports, newsletters, poems, clippings, John Stam's will, his college notebook and a few odds and ends such as a bank book and an insurance application. The Archives received the materials from various members of the Stam family. The order and arrangement of the items was determined by the archivist.  Some newspaper clippings were returned to the donor after they had been photocopied.  There are three main themes to be found in these documents: Stam’s attitudes toward missions work, missions in China and the story of the kidnaping and murder of the Stams and its effect on Christians in the United States. 

 

Exceptional items:  John's speeches and testimony found in folders 1-11 and 1-16 and Elisabeth's poems in folder 1-15 reflect their belief in and acceptance of salvation from Christ and the commitment to full time Christian worker which, for them, naturally followed from that belief. Of special note in folder 1-15 is the poem "Afraid" by E.H. Hamilton, a favorite of Elisabeth and John's, which was publicized at the time of their deaths. Folder 2-2 contains a notebook of John Stam's filled with notes from classes he took at Moody Bible Institute. Many of the notes regard necessary skills and training for Christian service, including leadership organization, evangelism, teaching, Sunday School administration, etc. There are also many comments in the correspondence in folders 1-3 and 1-5 which describe common Fundamentalist attitude toward the imperative purpose of foreign mission. Folder 3-2 contains a pamphlet written from a letter of Betty’s to her sister, Bunny, in 1926 on her call to be a missionary.  Also of interest are John's comments on Christian marriage which can be found in his letter and diary (folders 1-3 and 1-10).

 

The correspondence in folder 1-3 contains detailed descriptions of urban and rural scenes from Chinese life, including information on travel, the conflict between Communist and the Kuomintang forces, a typical missionary day, a worship service, meals, medical care, evangelistic meetings, and responses to the Gospel. John and Elisabeth sent these letters to his family in the United States who would then make a typed copy of the letter and send it to family and friends. Most of the correspondence in this folder are the typed copies, although there are a few handwritten letters. John's diary in Folder 1-10 contains much description of his work as a missionary, language study, etc. Other information on missions in China, especially those of the China Inland Mission, can be found in folders 1-1, 1-5, 1-8, and 1-9. These folders contain letters from other missionaries (including Elisabeth's father Charles) in which they describe their work. Scenes of Chinese street traffic can be seen, very briefly, in the video, V1.

 

Folder 1-7 contains letters by Secretary of State Cordell Hull, Representative Hamilton Fish and other government officials describing what they had been able to find out about the circumstances of the deaths. Enclosed with these letters are several translations of affidavits given by Chinese who were on the scene. These include information on how Lo Ke-chou found Helen Stam. These documents also contain some incidental information about life in China, social structure, the Chinese government, the conflict between the Communists and Kuomintang, attitudes toward the Communists, and the beliefs of Chinese Christians. Some of the reactions to the death, including newspaper stores, memorial booklets, and letters of condolence can be found in folders 1-1, 1-5 and 1-8. OS 14 contains newspaper clippings regarding the kidnaping and murder of the Stams from 1934 to 1936. Photocopies of these clippings can be found in folder 2-1. Duplicates of many, but not all, of these clippings can also be found in another OS folder in OS 14. Folder 1-4 contains correspondence and a telegram from CIM head Robert Glover about John and Elisabeth's deaths and the memorial service and more letters from treasurer William Embery about the disposition of John and Elisabeth's personal effects. The transcript of the memorial service held in Paterson, New Jersey is in folder 1-14.  Folder 3-2 holds an article about the death of the Stams written by Cornelius Stam, John’s younger brother as well as and articles containing his thoughts on their deaths.  The death of the Stams became quite well known among American Fundamentalists and influenced many people who later became missionaries. Of interest is a program in folder 1-13 from a Christian Endeavor club for young people in a New Jersey church. 

 

 

Series: II. Material relating to other members of the Stam family

Arrangement: Alphabetical by folder title

Date Range: 1919-2003

Volume: .2 cubic feet

Boxes: 2

Geographic coverage: China, Holland, United States

Type of documents: Pamphlets, article, memorabilia, photographs, photo album, newsletters

Subjects: Star of Hope Mission, Cornelius Stam, Peter Stam III, John Stam, Betty Stam, Berean Searchlight

Notes:  This collection consists of memorials about Stam family members (folders 2-3, 2-4), biography of Peter Stam III, an AIM worker in the Congo, who later became Home Director of the Canadian and then the United States (folder 2-5), family tree, history and memoirs by Stam family (folder 2-6), newsletters of the Star of Hope mission (folder 2-7) started by Peter, Sr in Paterson, New Jersey as a rescue mission and church, and photographs of various members of the Stam family.  The Archives received the materials from various members of the Stam family. The order and arrangement of the items was determined by the processor.  Some articles in the newsletters of folder 2-7 are in Dutch.

Exceptional Items: 

In the Cornelius Stam material is a 50th anniversary memorial book of the Berean Bible Society that he founded which published Bible studies and devotionals in the dispensational tradition.  It contains brief information and photos of the Stam family as well as the history of the Berean Bible Institute and its published work, the Berean Searchlight and Stam’s radio program.  It also includes a brief section on the North Shore Church in Chicago, Illinois where Stam pastored for a time.  This book can be found in folder 2-3.

 

“A History of the Stam Family” by Clazina Stam and Helen Stam Fesmire and “Stam Family Memories” by Cornelius give a better idea of what it was like to grow up as a member of the Stam family in Paterson, New Jersey.  These both also contain many reminiscences about Peter, Sr and Amelia Stam as well as of the Star of Hope Mission, a rescue mission founded and run by the Stam family.  It also contains a family history dating back to Holland from where Peter, Sr immigrated. 

 

 

 

Provenance

 

The materials in this collection were given to the Archives by members of the Stam family and others between 1990 and 2012.  Some originals of newspaper clippings from accession 90-114 were returned to the donor. Several of the photos of Elisabeth Scott as a girl and young woman with her family were donated by Brian Oxley.

 

Accession: 90-114, 90-117, 91-50, 91-79, 91-84                                                                               

March 3, 1992

Robert Shuster

 

Accession: 94-01, 01-59, 02-03

May 11, 2005

Christian Sawyer

E. Kuehn

 

Accession: 01-66, 02-03, 03-44, 09-24                                                          

February 1, 2009

Noel Collins Pfeifer

Acc. 11-39
July 19, 2011
Bob Shuster



LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 90-117
Type of material: Films

The following items are located in the FILM FILE:


F1 - A 16mm silent b/w home movie with scenes from the Stams' wedding (performed by R. A. Torrey Jr.) in Jinan, Shandong in 1933 as well as scenes of foot and horse traffic on a Chinese city street, probably Shanghai. This film was possibly taken by registered nurse Hilma [?] Madelaire, a missionary in Jinan and probably a guest at the wedding. 3 minutes. USE V1 INSTEAD OF THIS FILM.


*****
LOCATION RECORD
Accession : 90-114
Type of material: Negatives

The following items are located in the NEGATIVE FILE; request by Folder Titles at the beginning of each entry below.


STAM, ELISABETH AND JOHN. Portrait photos of John, ca. 1932; portrait photo of Elisabeth, ca. 1931; the Stam wedding party in Jinan on October 25, 1933, including John, Elisabeth, R. A. Torrey Jr., Katharine Hastings Dodd, Percy Bromley, Margaret Luce, Charles Scott, Clara Scott, and Nancy Rogers (two copies of the same negative); coffins of John and Elisabeth being moved by truck to Wuhu General Hospital, December 1934; tombstone of the Stams (probably in Wuhu). 6 b&w negatives. All are copy negatives made by the BGC Archives.


*****
LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 01-59
Type of material: Oversize Materials (Newspaper Clippings)

The following items are located in the OS File 14 as indicated in parentheses following the folder title.


NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS; 1934-1936 (OS 14).

NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS; 1934-1936 duplicates (OS 14). Contains duplicates of many, but not all of the newspaper clippings in the oversize folder listed above.


*****
LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 09-24
Type of material: Photo Albums

The following items are located in the PHOTO ALBUM FILE; request by Folder Titles (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.

 

STAM - I.  The album has a black cover, no title.  Album put together by Cornelius Stam, brother of John Stam.  Contains photos of John and Betty before marriage, of their wedding and honeymoon, their graves.  At that point, the album shifts to photos of Helen Priscilla Stam from the time she was found through age five, with her grandparents, the Scotts.  41 b&w.



*****
LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 90-114, 91-79, 02-03, 09-24, 12-20
Type of material: Photographs

The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by folder title (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.

 

STAM, CORNELIUS.  2 b&w, 4 color.  Three portrait photos, one as a younger man, two taken 1975 and 1985.  One photo with Ruth Wahlstrom Stam, 1975.  One photo print with another woman, possibly his first wife, Henrietta.  Photograph of Milwaukee Bible Institute (later named “Berean Bible Institute”), 1948.

 

STAM, ELISABETH AND JOHN. Over two dozen photos of the C. E. Scott family, showing Elisabeth as a girl and young woman, 1909-1933;  Portrait photos of John, ca. 1932; portrait photos of Elisabeth, ca. 1931; the Stam wedding party in Jinan on October 25, 1933, including John, Elisabeth, R. A. Torrey Jr., Katharine Hastings Dodd, Percy Bromley, Marguerite Luce, Charles Scott, Clara Scott, and Nancy Rogers; baby Helen Priscilla Stam, as she was found in December 1934; Helen Priscilla Stam, with Pastor and Mrs. Lo among others, in the rice basket in which she was carried to safety, December 1934; 1935 picture of Helen with Chinese students; snapshot of baby Helen Priscilla Stam, 1937; coffins of John and Elisabeth being moved by truck to Wuhu General Hospital, December 1934; tombstone of the Stams (probably in Wuhu). 42 b&w.

 

STAM FAMILY.  5 b&w, 1 color.  Two family portraits, one of a Stam family member preaching at an “open air” meeting in Middleburg, Holland, two of Stam members on a boat, one poster of children of the world featuring Helen Priscilla Stam in the center.

 

STAR OF HOPE MISSION.  1 b&w.  Star of Hope Mission staff in front of the mission in Paterson, New Jersey.  Peter, Sr, Henry, John and Cornelius pictured

 


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 91-117
Type of material: Videotape

The following items are located in the VIDEOTAPE FILE:


V1 - Copy of film F1, a 16mm silent b/w home movie with scenes from the Stams wedding (performed by R. A. Torrey Jr.) in Jinan, Shandong in 1933 as well as scenes of foot and horse traffic on a Chinese city street, possibly Jinan. This film was possibly taken by registered nurse Hilma [?] Madelaire, a missionary in Jinan and probably a guest at the wedding. 3 minutes.


Container List

Box

Folder

Folder Title

 

1

 1

Articles and clippings 

1935-1940

1

 2

Bankbook

1932-1934

 

 

Correspondence

 

1

 3

 

1931-1934

1931-1934

1

 4

 

China Inland Mission

1934-1935

1

 5

 

Condolences

1934-1937

1

 6 R

 

Government officials about the murders

1934-1935

1

 7

 

Government officials about the murders (copies)

1934-1935

1

 8

 

Scott, Charles Ernest

1933-1935

1

 9

 

Smith, Daniel

1936?

1

10

Diary (John Stam)

1932-1933

1

11

Graduation speech (John Stam)

1932

1

12

Insurance application (John Stam)

1923

1

13

John and Betty Stam Christian Endeavor Society Program

1939

1

14

Memorial service transcript

1935

1

15

Poem (Elisabeth Stam)

1926-1929, n.d.

1

16

Testimony (John Stam)

1932

1

17

Will (John Stam)

1932

2

1

Newspaper clippings (copies)

1934-1936

2

2

Notebook (John Stam)

1929-1930, n.d.

2

3

Cornelius R. Stam material; 1990-2003

1990-2003

2

4

John and Betty Stam material

1951-2003

2

5

Peter Stam, III material

n.d.

2

6

Stam Family History

1984, n.d.

2

7

Star of Hope Mission Newsletters

1919-1938, n.d.




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