20th Century Reformation Hour - Timesheets, correspondence
Scope and Content
The Carl [Charles Curtis, Jr.] McIntire Manuscript Collection consists of approximately 650 linear feet of documents, photographs, audio and video recordings, and ephemera. The inclusive dates run from 1925 through 1998, with the bulk of the collection covering the peak years of McIntire's activities from 1933 to 1985. The collection is divided into 9 distinct series with associated subseries. These series are
- 1-McIntire Files,
- 2-McIntire Related Organizations,
- 3-Christian Beacon and 20th Century Reformation,
- 4-Publications and Press,
- 6-Photographs, Recorded Media, and Ephemera,
- 7-Robert Mulholland Collection,
- 8-Materials Compiled by William O. Harris and
- 9-Ray Edwards Accession materials.
The collection was mostly acquired from McIntire's 20th Century Reformation headquarters building in Collingswood, New Jersey and from McIntire's personal residence. One series was collected by Robert Mulholland for a dissertation that he wrote while attending Bowling Green University, and the additional two series were collected by William O. Harris, former archivist at Princeton Theological Seminary, and Ray Edwards, longtime associate of Dr. McIntire.
Language of Materials
English, Dutch, German, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese
Folders containing sensitive information have been indicated in this finding aid by the processing archivist. These files and subject to restriction. All other material may be examined by library patrons under the normal rules and conditions of Special Collections.
From the Collection: 650 Linear Feet (669 Boxes)