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 170
Scope and Content This collection consists of sermons, materials regarding the Presbytery of Baltimore, biographical materials, as well as other miscellaneous items of interest.
Identifier: SCM 017
Scope and Content This collection consists of Dr. Armstrong's lecture notes, biographical materials, correspondence, and other typescript notes.
Identifier: SCM 172
Scope and Content This collection consists of a songbook/notebook dated November 14, 1819, at Lansingburgh.
Identifier: SCM 076
Scope and Content This collection includes the course notes of Reverend Doctor William Roy Dupree, taken while a student at Princeton Seminary, 1944-46 (B.D.) and 1953-56 (graduate studies). Notes are photocopies of originals. They provide an excellent window into the classroom life of the Seminary during his years, including notes from courses taught by Émile Cailliet, Joseph Hromádka, Lefferts Loetscher, Paul Lehmann, and many others.
Identifier: SCM 379
Scope and Contents The papers of Dr. W. Sherman Skinner were donated to the Seminary Archives in 2000 by his son, the Rev. Sherman Skinner of Lawrenceville, NJ. The collection consists primarily of sermon manuscripts, personal documents, correspondence, and Dr. Skinner's files of sermon illustrations, sermon topics, and scripture references. These items were organized into a manuscript collection in July of 2000.
Identifier: SCM 375
Identifier: SCM 053
Scope and Content The collection includes correspondence, sermon notes, biographical materials, bibliographical items, printed articles, and book manuscripts.
Identifier: SCM 239
Scope and Content The William Young Brown Collection is comprised of approximately 3 feet of manuscripts. It consists primarily of sermons, but also contains lectures. The dates span from 1861 to 1913. The sermons were given primarily in Darby, PA, and often repeated in Narberth, PA, and Boone, IA, although some sermons are original to other locations.
Identifier: SCM 289
Scope and Contents These materials consist of Gill's personal papers, correspondence, Master Sermon Series, scrapbooks, and other printed material.
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Identifier: SCM 305
Overview William Ernest Weld was a Presbyterian missionary to India with his wife Margaret E. Weld in the early 20th century and an academic administrator. The collection chronicles their time in India.