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 378
Identifier: SCM 192
Scope and Content This collection consists of course notes taken by Russell Kerr at Princeton Theological Seminary from 1941 to 1942, and notes from summer continuing education courses at the Princeton Institute of Theology in 1949 and 1955.
Identifier: SCM 136
Scope and Content This collection contains one bound travel diary written by Samuel Dodd while on route to his mission in China, from June 1 through September 27, 1861. The collection also includes a photograph of Dr. Dodd with his wife and three sons, as well as a letter which he wrote from China in 1875, addressed to Charles Aiken of Princeton Seminary.
Identifier: SCM 163
Scope and Content This collection includes exegetical notes, "idea" notes, notes on ministers, miscellaneous notes and clippings, biographical materials, journals, and correspondence from the life of Samuel Miller, Jr.
Identifier: SCM 012
Scope and Content This collection consists of a variety of personal papers of Dr. Miller gathered from a number of sources. Among the items in this collection are sermons, course lecture notes, correspondence, bibliography, genealogy, articles, autobiography, and miscellany.
Identifier: SCM 130
Scope and Content This collection consists of student classnotes from Smith’s lectures at the College of New Jersey (later Princeton University), taken by Jackson Haines in 1804.
Identifier: SCM 119
Scope and Content This collection includes Dr. Samuel T. Lowrie's diaries, sermon notes, exegetical notes, scrapbooks with correspondence, and biographical materials.
Identifier: SCM 421
Scope and Contents This collection includes notes, lectures, papers, spreadsheets and data from Blizzard's academic career as a student and faculty member in various schools, correspondence throughout his lifetime, and several research projects for various foundations. Most covers the area of sociology of religion. His research projects have a particular emphasis on rural Protestant ministers, their self understanding, and evaluation of preparedness for ministry.
Identifier: SCM 102
Scope and Content This collection consists of primary materials relating to Presbyterian missions work in China in the 1920s and 1930s. It includes letters and items relating to the Scott and the Stam missionary families.
Identifier: SCM 352