MS. Manuscript Collections
Found in 337 Collections and/or Records:
One archive box containing "Notes on the lectures of Prof. Edwards A. Park on Christian Theology taken by James O. Murray"
This collection consists of various documents related to the "Wonder Stone," including various pamphlets, printed testimonials, Mrs. Bacon's manuscript recollections, correspondence with Dr. Charles Erdman of the Seminary (1908), and numerous photographs.
Materials in this collection document Gardner’s life as a professor, Christian educator, and moderator of the PC(USA)’s 211th General Assembly. Most of her research and teaching focused on Christian education and on women and society.
Frederick (Friedrich) Neumann was a Jewish philosophy scholar from Austria who converted to Christianity in the 1920s, emigrated to the United States, and became a Congregational minister and visiting professor at Hartford Seminary. Edith Spitzer Neumann was a bacteriologist and microbiologist. This collection consists of his academic and professional papers and records from her successful work to translate and publish his sermons.
The collection consists of 15 bound handwritten volumes: "Hectographies. Lettres et Explications sur les Ecritures" (1-13); "La lumière et l'obscurité" (14); "Le Messager Biblique" (15). Volume 15 includes later typewritten notes.
One scrapbook compiled of newspaper clippings
One half archival box containing two bound volumes of handwritten notes and clippings. Added are photocopies of letters and biographical information.
This collection consists of manuscripts, notes, and scrapbooks belonging to Mr. Rankin.