MS. Manuscript Collections
Found in 337 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains materials (files, illustrations, binders, photographs, correspondences, and drafts) primarily focused on the creation of Bottigheimer’s The Bible for Children from the Age of Gutenberg to the Present. Most of these mixed materials are photocopies of various texts and illustrations—as well as pertinent bibliographical information—Bottigheimer assumedly used in drafting her book.
The collection consists of more than 200 short handwritten essays by freshmen students in the Literary Department of the Syrian Protestant College in 1885. Topics include "Manliness," "Arabic Sciences," "Marriage in Our Country," "The Fights of Boys," "Death," "The Silk Worm," "Strength," "Home Life in Syria," "Ancient Scriptures and Vestige of Antiquity," "The Habits of Our Country," and more. The collection is bound in two volumes.Volume 2 may predate volume 1.
Abraham Kuyper is best known for his strong leadership, including four years as prime minister, of the major center-right, Protestant political party of the Netherlands from 1879 to 1920. Kuyper was also the foremost Calvinist proponent and intellectual of the late nineteenth century Netherlands. This collection contains large prints of political cartoons that feature Abraham Kuyper.
This collection consists of 30 volumes of Dr. Fulton's personal journal. Each volume covers one year, from 1893 to 1922. A small file folder of miscellaneous items related to Dr. Fulton was collected by the archives and added to the collection.
This is a constructed collection of material related to Alexander Mackie, collected from a number of sources. It includes correspondence and biographical material.