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MS. Manuscript Collections

 Record Group
Identifier: MS
Letters, sermons, lecture notes, scrapbooks, photographs, and other resources from individuals and groups associated with the Seminary and covering Presbyterianism, Christian missions, ecumenism, and many other topics.

Found in 335 Collections and/or Records:

The Lefferts Augustine Loetscher Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 162
Scope and Content This collection consists of correspondence, bulletins and other materials for several Presbyterian churches with which Loetscher was affiliated, committee minutes and reports, manuscripts and printed articles by Loetscher, printed copies of articles and other works by various writers, the author's dissertation, and realia.
Dates: 1930 - 1982

The Leon Arpee Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 249
Scope and Content The collection consists of typed and bound works by Leon Arpee: the ten-volume "My Treasury of Quotations" with index and three-volume "The Atonement: Excerpts Alphabetically Arranged with Occasional Original Notes, Select Scriptures, and Bibliography."
Dates: 1932-1939

The Leonard J. Trinterud Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 165
Scope and Content This collection includes sermons, addresses, typescripts of articles and reviews, clippings and mementos from the life of The Reverend Doctor Leonard J. Trinterud (1904-1993).
Dates: 1950 - 1963

The Leonard V. Buschman Manuscript Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: SCM 037
Scope and Content Leonard Victor Buschman (1893-1977), was a graduating member of the Princeton Theological Seminary class of 1918. This collection consists of two items in one archival storage box. The first item is a volume of Chinese art depicting the life of Jesus. Buschman donated this volume to the Seminary Library in 1964. It was added to the archives in December, 2007. Letters...
Dates: undated; 1926

The Levi Janvier Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 117
Scope and Content This collection consists of diaries dated 1841-1855, and an essay entitled "The necessity and reality of Christ’s mediatorial kingdom" (August 2, 1839).
Dates: 1839 - 1855

The Lieber-Hegel Source Document Collection

Identifier: SCM 340
Scope and Contents This collection is related to Francis Lieber's work on Hegel. The so-called "Lieber-Hegel Document" (1865) is believed to have been utilized by Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of the Christian Science Church, in the writing of her church's textbook, Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures (1875). It has been charged that some 33 pages of Lieber's work appear nearly verbatim in Mrs. Eddy's book. Further, the substance of over 100 pages of the Lieber-Hegel document appears in Science and...
Dates: 1866 - 1980

The Louis F. Benson Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 025
Scope and Content The materials comprising this collection document a lifetime devoted to intensive research in preparation for the numerous books and articles written by Dr. Benson, as well as the lectures he presented and the hymn books he compiled and edited. The books he authored, among them The English Hymn and Studies of Familiar Hymns, are considered valuable contributions to hymnological literature. His unerring judgment and impeccable literary taste are evidenced by the...
Dates: 1888-1930

The Lucius Hopkins Miller Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 197
Scope and Content This collection consists of a manuscript diary recorded while Dr. Miller was an instructor at the Protestant College in Beirut, Lebanon, from 1899 to 1900.
Dates: 1899 - 1900

The Luke Foster Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 115
Scope and Content This collection consists of manuscripts by and about the Reverend Luke Foster. Rev. Foster was a Congregationalist pastor in Rutland, Massachusetts, from 1813 to 1817. He was a graduate of the University of Vermont, class of 1811.
Dates: 1805 - 1830

The Maitland Alexander Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 006
Scope and Content These papers consist primarily of Maitland Alexander’s sermons from 1898 to 1927, and also contain some addresses and talks for these same years.
Dates: 1898-1927