Series 1. "Amazing Grace", 1981 (4f)
Electrostatic copy of the manuscript "Amazing Grace", an account of a missionary in China, from the letters of Grace E. McConnaughey (1912-1928), by Grace M. Murray, a niece of Grace E. McConnaughey.
Series 2. Correspondence, 1911-28, 1952, n.d. (4f)
Predominately letters from Grace to her family during her years in China, 1912-28. They include two hand-drawn maps, and a letter (1911) written by Rev. G. S. Mills (Benzonia, Michigan), in which he praised the missionary work of Grace McConnaughey. Also included is a letter from Hugh Hubbard (on board the S.S. Hupeh) to his "Family and Folks", describing his activities and the situation in China, 1 April 1952.
Series 3. Writings, 1917, 1921, 1923?, 1928?, 1945, n.d. (2f)
Writings of Grace E. McConnaughey, published and unpublished, concerning her life and missionary work in China. Included in her published writings are "Big Sister Jen: The Loving Hearted" (1921), a story about a bible woman in China; and, "The Removal of an Ancient Landmark" (Mission Studies, February, ?). This article is missing pages.
Series 4. Photographs, [c. 1910-1928?], 1934 (1f)
Includes photographs of various school buildings and countryside in Fenchow, China and many of the people whom Grace McConnaughey helped or befriended. Also included are photographs of a trip to Mien Shan, China, in the Fall of 1934.