MS. Manuscript Collections
Found in 337 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes black and white and color photographs of scenes from Princeton Theological Seminary in the 1990s. It also includes some photo negatives, contact sheets, and reference materials.
The collection consists of two bound volumes of letters to and from Osborn compiled by him and dated 1815-1835.
The collection consists of the Old and New Testaments in three hand-bound volumes of Chinese text, the Old Testament in two volumes. On the bottom edges of the New Testament is written in ink "with Corrections".
This collection offers additional documentation of the life and missionary work of the Moffett family, in addendum to the Moffett Korea Collection and the Moffett Korea Photograph Collection. Comprising correspondence, notes, reports, photographs and albums, artwork, maps, and published and unpublished manuscripts.
Photocopy of a collection of correspondence from while they were missionaries in the Phillippines entitled "Two Years in the Philippines (1949-1951)."
The Paul M. van Buren papers consist of university notes, correspondence, organizational materials, course materials, research, sermons and published and unpublished works.
Organizations and affilliations found within this collection include Temple University, University of Basel, Shalom Hartman Institute (SHI), World Council of Churches (WCC), and the National Conference of Christians and Jews (NCCJ).
The Paul W. Meyer papers document the career of New Testament scholar, Paul W. Meyer. It consists of notes taken as a student, course materials and lecture notes made as a teacher, correspondences, research notes, a variety of annotated off-prints and monographs, articles and essays, two sets of note cards on topics related to talks, sermons, courses, and other materials from his life.
The collection consists of correspondence to and from Peter Carter Speers chronicling his time in Lahore, through his foreign service and death in the United States. Also in the collection are black and white photographs, mounted on boards or in albums, of people and places throughout Lahore.