C.H.I.J. Victoria Street, 1854-1983

This book traces the history of the Convent of Holy Infant Jesus Singapore. Rev. Jean Marie Beurel, who was in the Mission of Singapore for 30 years from 1839-1869, wrote to the Government of Butterworth on the need to find another charitable institution for girls since St. Joseph's Institution had been established earlier. In February 1854, Rev. Mr. St Mathilde with 3 sisters opened the Singapore Convent.

 

Title
C.H.I.J. Victoria Street, 1854-1983
Subject
Architecture and Landscape>>Building Types>>Religious Buildings
Architecture and Landscape>>Building Types>>Educational Buildings
Politics and Government>>Education
Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (Singapore)
Girls--Education--Singapore
Catholic schools--Singapore
Education>>School and their activities
Religious buildings
Schools (Buildings)
Education
Publisher
Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (Singapore), 1983
Contributor
Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (Singapore)
Digital Description
application/pdf, 9355 KB, 141 p. : ill.
All Rights Reserved. National Library Board Singapore 2003.

 

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