A RETURNED KEEPSAKE TO YANGHWAJIN
In December of 2014, some very precious items were delivered to Yanghwajin Archive, donated for the 100th Anniversary Memorial Church. The descendents of Rosetta Hall who started her mission work in Korea from the end of the 19th century donated the four books of her ministry diariesand two books of parenting diaries for Yanghwajin Archive for safekeeping and missions heritage. The diaries of Rosetta Hall are displayed in the showroom of Yanghwajin Hall in Yanghwajin Foreign Missionary Cemetery. Prior to this donations, in 2013, the descendents of Hall Familyalsodonated items that Sherwood Hall, the son of Rosetta Hall, used during his ministry in Korea for the health care check up in the Joseon period such as: a stethoscope, a blood pressure check up machine, and a visiting bag. These items are also in display at the Yanghwajin Hall along with other items donated by the descendents of other missionaries who did ministries in Korea.