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MS. Manuscript Collections

 Record Group
Identifier: MS
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:

The Carl Robert Geider Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 174
Scope and Content This collection consists of notes from courses taken at Princeton Theological Seminary, 1954-57.

The Caspar Wistar Hodge Jr. Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 087
Scope and Content This collection includes six boxes of Dr. Hodge's own carefully labeled manuscript notes used for class lectures at Princeton Seminary. Of special interest are his early thoughts on Karl Barth and his comments on the relation of science to theology. The collection also contains two boxes of manuscript sermon and "conference talks" used by Dr. Hodge. Conference talks were devotional lectures delivered at the Seminary. Miscellaneous items preserved in the collection include Hodge's...

The Caspar Wistar Hodge Sr. Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 098
Scope and Content This collection includes sermons, course lectures, correspondence, and miscellaneous materials.

The Chalmers Martin Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 154
Scope and Content This collection consists of papers written while Martin was a student at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University).

The Charles and Margery Haines Collection

Identifier: SCM 236
Scope and Content The collection is made up primarily of letters, photographs, and article excerpts focused on the Philadelphia, Chestnut Hill, and Germantown, PA, areas. Some letters cover Princeton, Connecticut, Michigan, California, Washington DC, Australia, South Africa, and China. The correspondence ranges from letters between friends to letters from President Ronald Reagan and Madame Chiang Kai-Shek.

The Charles Augustus Aiken Manuscript Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: SCM 002
Scope and Content This collection documents Dr. Aiken's life and career from 1852 until his death in 1892. The bulk of the papers consist of lecture notes from his years at Princeton Theological Seminary. The collection also contains notes taken during his 1852 trip to Germany, as well as other documents on various topics.

The Charles C. Cook Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 233
Scope and Content This collection consists of ministerial records, sermons, and publications by Charles C. Cook. Cook’s sermons were written and delivered circa 1910-1930 and make up the majority of the collection. Each sermon is handwritten and was stored in an envelope with the sermon’s title and relevant scripture passages written on the front. Each envelope lists where he delivered that sermon. Most sermons are undated. Many included newspaper clippings from popular periodicals including the ...

The Charles C. Niebuhr Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 247
Scope and Content This collection is a scrapbook of various newspaper articles, mostly concerning the Presbyterian Church and Princeton Theological Seminary and dating roughly from April, 1877 to October 1879. Also included is a “Syllabus of the Lectures for 1887 on the ‘L.P. Stone Foundation’ in the Princeton Theological Seminary by Rev. Alfred H. Kellogg, D.D.”

The Charles F. Seabrook Manuscript Collection

Identifier: SCM 214
Scope and Content This collection consists of printed and video items about Mr. Seabrook, his farm, his family, and the New Jersey town named for him. Princeton Seminary established the C.F. Seabrook Director of Music and Lecturer in Church Music position in his honor.