MS. Manuscript Collections
Found in 337 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of printed and video items about Mr. Seabrook, his farm, his family, and the New Jersey town named for him. Princeton Seminary established the C.F. Seabrook Director of Music and Lecturer in Church Music position in his honor.
This collection includes lecture notes, sermons, addresses, correspondence, accounts, material from the semi-centennial celebration of Princeton Theological Seminary, student notes on Hodge’s lectures, and miscellaneous materials.
This collection consists of lectures and sermons by Charles Nisbet.
This collection includes the personal papers Dr. Erdman. Among these are scrapbooks, correspondence, diaries, daybooks, lecture notes, sermon outlines, article manuscripts, printed materials, photographs, and memorabilia.
This collection consists of newspaper clippings from The Oxident (1871-1872) under the title "Points in self-culture and the training of others" (1872); and a letter from Charles L. Clarke to Charles Aiken of Princeton Seminary, dated March 16, 1875, regarding provenance.
The papers of Charles T. Fritsch consist of a journal, class notes, lecture notes, research notes, articles and addresses, a film score, sermons, and index cards for notes.
This is a constructed collection including material related to the missionary work of Charles Edgar Patton (Princeton Theological Seminary Class of 1899); as well as a manuscript of the Old Testament, translated into Chinese in 1862.
This collection includes material relating to Rev. Martin's service as United States Air Force Chaplain.
This collection consists primarily of Brackbill’s course notes from his years of study at Princeton Theological Seminary (1947-1950), as well as some notes from continuing education courses.
The Class of 1894 Manuscript Collection consists of approximately 0.21 linear feet of documents, pamphlets, correspondence, and newspaper clips predominantly on the class fortieth and fiftieth reunions.