First Holy Communion, Kārsiyāng, India, ca.1920-1940
Published / Created
between 1920 and 1940
“Kurseong (Himalayas): Premiers Communiants.” Seven girls and a boy are shown with a missionary sister in a garden on day of their first communion. The children are dressed in traditional white and appear to be both Western and Indian. The caption and following information are printed on the back of the postcard: “Congrégation des Filles de la Croix de Liége. Congregatie de Dochters van het Kruis te Luik. Maison-mère - Moederhuis: rue Hors-Château, 49. Mission des Indes Orientales. Missie van Oost Indië. Ern. Thill, Bruxelles.” There is no handwriting on the back.
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