MS. Manuscript Collections
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:
Identifier: SCM 169
Scope and Content This collection consists of course notes taken while Wilcox was a student at Princeton Theological Seminary, 1951-1953.
Identifier: SCM 091
Scope and Content This collection consists of two file boxes containing approximately 100 sermon manuscripts written by Dr. Rodgers. The sermons were composed from April 7, 1748, through January 20, 1808. Most of these manuscripts include the dates and places where the messages were originally given and the scripture texts that were used.
Identifier: SCM 050
Scope and Content This is a constructed collection of material by or about Josef Hromadka . Included in the collection are student lecture notes of his courses at Princeton, published writings, papers from a Hromadka symposium, items regarding the Christian church in Czechoslovakia, a Czech-English dictionary, bibliography, obituaries and biographical items, photographs, Christian peace movement literature, and various other materials.
Identifier: SCM 072
Scope and Content This collection includes classnotes and lectures, chiefly on Biblical history and church history, and personal correspondence.
Identifier: SCM 374
Scope and Contents These sermons and lectures were discovered at a Flea Market in the Summer of 1997 by the Rev. James O'Conner, a PCA minister of New Hope, Pennsylvania. He gave them to the Seminary Library.
Identifier: SCM 348
Identifier: SCM 139
Scope and Content This collection consists of the diaries of the Reverend Joseph L. Ewing, April 2, 1922- May 22, 1938.
Identifier: SCM 010
Scope and Content This collection consists of President Stevenson's personal papers, as well as material about him collected by the Seminary Libraries. Content includes sermons, addresses, ecumenism papers, correspondence, and other files.
Identifier: SCM 080
Scope and Content This collection includes biographical material, papers and correspondence, printed articles, and Dr. Gapp's 1934 Princeton University doctoral dissertation, "Famine in the Roman world."
Identifier: SCM 404
Overview The travel journals of Langley Kitching, English gentleman and botanist, during his visit of missionary settlements in South Africa, Madagascar and Mauritius.