The Robert G. Andrus Manuscript Collection
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Identifier: SCM 015
Scope and Content
This collection consists of various personal papers belonging to Dr. Andrus. These include significant correspondence regarding a controversy over Governor and U.S. Presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson's church affiliation. Among these papers are numerous letters (both originals and photocopies) written by Stevenson and by his son. There are also numerous news clippings and essays on the subject.
- Andrus, Robert Gardner, 1907- (Person)
Language of Materials
There are no special restrictions on access to this collection. It is available for the use of library patrons under the regular rules and conditions of the Special Collections.
The following is the acceptable citation for publication: The Robert G. Andrus Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library
- Graduated from Washington and Jefferson College (A.B.)
- Graduated from Union Theological Seminary (B.D.)
- Received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Washington and Jefferson College
Dr. Robert Gardner Andrus was born in 1907. He graduated from Washington and Jefferson College (A.B., 1929) and Union Theological Seminary (B.D., 1936). He also received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Washington and Jefferson College in 1949. Dr. Andrus served as an instructor at the American University in Egypt, a counselor at Columbia University, a U.S. Navy Chaplain during World War II, a Presbyterian pastor, and the headmaster of the Ferry Hall School in Lake Forest, Illinois.
1.25 Linear Feet (1 Carton)
This collection was given to the Seminary in December of 1965. It remained unorganized in the archive's storage until January of 1996. At that time most of the papers were collected and some preservation work was done. Items generally maintained in the order in which they were originally discovered. Three envelopes of documents were added from Archives File D when the collection was organized in August of 1996.
- The Robert G. Andrus Manuscript Collection
- Raymond D. Cannata
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