MS. Manuscript Collections
Found in 337 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of papers and mixed media from the academic and professional careers of Davies. Included are Davies course notebooks from his doctoral study at Oxford University, essays and sermons from his ministry in South Africa and elsewhere, and course and lecture notebooks on worship, theology and the arts from his tenure at Princeton University. Also here are slides, photos, and prints to accompany and illustrate those lectures and a course on Christian art.
The collection consists of 4 handwritten bound volumes. A handwritten preface has been tipped in to v. 1 of the Hindee Dictionary.
Personal journals covering 1836-1848, before, during, and after seminary. Most entries are from his time as a missionary in China after seminary, 1844-1848.
This collection includes the diaries of Joseph Owen, missionary to India in the mid-nineteenth century, and of his wife Augusta.
Justo González is a Cuban American Methodist theologian and historian. These materials are his personal and professional papers.
Thirty typewritten lectures on classic western civilization delivered at the Labor Temple in New York. Included are lectures given in 1938 on H.G. Wells' "The Anatomy of Frustration" and William Morris' "News from Nowhere." The collection also contains a series of eleven lectures on "Spiritual Values in World Literature" given in 1937 by Morris Gordin, labor activist, Russian revolutionary, and one-time Press Commissar of the Third International, according to a notice about the series.
This collection contains manuscripts and memorabilia from the life and work of Lewis S. Mudge Jr.
The M. Richard Shaull Papers consist of personal and professional correspondence to and from Shaull; writings and publications by Shaull and others on Christianity and theology in Latin America, liberation theology, theology and political theory, ethics; subject files, lecture and course notes; and photographs and memorabilia Shaull collected during his ministry and teaching careers in the United States, Brazil, and Costa Rica.
Max L. Stackhouse, Stephen Colwell Professor of Christian Ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary, was a central figure in Christian ethics and a pioneer in the study of globalization and public theology. This collection contains correspondence, research, and writings collected during his career at Andover Newton Theological School and Princeton Theological Seminary.