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 257
Scope and Content The Margaret Howland Manuscript Collection consists of approximately 2.17 linear inches of documents dating from 1954 to 1958 containing information about Howland’s time in the classroom as a student at Princeton Theological Seminary.
Identifier: SCM 256
Scope and Content This collection includes a wide array of portraits and sketches done in charcoal, ink and pencil. Subjects include notable figures from the mid to late 20th century, such as President John F. Kennedy, New York Mayor John V. Lindsay, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Gen. William Westmoreland, Pope John Paul II, Alabama Gov. George Wallace, economist John Kenneth Galbraith, Catholic priest Daniel J. Berrigan, and the Archbishop of Canterbury. Ryerson's explanatory notes, subject lists, and...
Identifier: SCM 022
Scope and Content This collection consists of Martin Rumscheidt's files on the English version of the travelling Karl Barth exhibition, A Theologian's Life in Pictures, as well as the exhibit's metal plates printed with images of Barth, his works, and image captions. The files consist of papers left over from Rumscheidt's preparation of the English version of the exhibit, correspondence with professors and other officials at exhibiting institutions, and details on the assembly...
Identifier: SCM 077
Scope and Content This collection consists of various course notes, papers, and syllabi from Mary Ebenhack's student work at the Seminary.
Identifier: SCM 206
Scope and Content This collection contains 7 sermon manuscripts and a manuscript booklet entitled, "Catalogue of Books for a Young Minister on Different Subjects."
Identifier: SCM 232
Scope and Content The collection consists of booklets, black and white photographs, and transcribed memoirs, which document the missionary activities of members of the Melrose family, including Paul C. Melrose, an alumnus of Princeton Theological Seminary 1912-1915.
Identifier: SCM 075
Scope and Content This collection of nineteenth century papers was unidentified in the archives for many years. Certain items in this collection suggest that Rev. Mendenhall J. Dennis, D. D. was their creator. A book labeled "Exercises," is signed "M. J. Dennis." Other manuscripts in this collection exhibit similar handwriting and subject content to this piece. An "Estimate Book," from the Job Room at the United Brethren Publishing House, as well as other papers, place the provenance of the collection in Dayton,...
Identifier: SCM 254
Scope and Content This collection includes autobiographical articles, correspondence, manuscripts, handwritten notes, lesson plans, and other miscellaneous material that was collected by Harry E. Rosser, dating between 1908-1990, which were either written by or written on Moisés Sáenz.
Identifier: SCM 150
Scope and Content This collection includes sermons, pastoral registers and newspaper articles relating to Mott Sawyers. It also contains personal diaries, apparently written by Mott Sawyers' wife, dating from 1944 to 1987.
Identifier: SCM 145
Scope and Content This journal records a trip taken from Halifax, England to America between October 11 and November 24, 1825. N.W. MacCully gives detailed descriptions of cities such as Boston and New York as well as his travels through upstate New York to places like Niagara Falls....