The Presbyterian Church in the Middle East
Egyptian students joke with their young teacher.
Teachers direct children in outdoor games at an orphanage school.
Students at the American Mission School for Girls in Egypt enjoy a chat during lunch.
The Ibis, where the Presbyterian movement in Egypt was born.
Ada Dunlap teaches a class of Evangelical women and girls in the village of Der Abu Henris, Egypt.
After a long day in the fields, a villager gives his full attention to his new literacy primer.
A village headmaster teaches a class of village boys in a typical one-room village school.