The Raymond Douglas Cannata Manuscript Collection
Identifier: SCM 335
Scope and Contents
His papers were given in order to provide a glimpse into life at Princeton Seminary during the 1990's, both in the classroom and as part of various student activities, particularly the Charles Hodge Society and the Theological Student Fellowship. For this reason, Mr. Cannata has stipulated that his papers be organized together and that they remain intact as a single collection. This collection consists of copies of course notes preserved from his studies at Princeton Seminary, student organization documents, Princeton photographs and mementos, genealogical charts of the Cannata family, copies of his published writings, and various mementos.
- 1988 - 1997
Conditions Governing Access
There are no special restrictions placed on the accessibility of this collection. It is available for the use of library patrons under the normal rules and conditions of the Seminary Archives Office.
Biographical / Historical
Raymond Douglas Cannata (1968-) attended Princeton Seminary for four years (M.Div. 1994, Th.M. 1995). From December 1992 until May, 1995, Cannata also worked part-time as a student assistant in the Seminary's Archives and as a research assistant to Professor John Stewart. After graduation he became a full-time assistant in the Archives, while also working as a research assistant for Professors Stewart and Moorhead, and for Professor (emeritus) Samuel H. Moffett. He was licensed to preach by the New Jersey Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America (P.C.A.) in May of 1996.
1.25 Linear Feet (One carton)
- The Raymond Douglas Cannata Manuscript Collection
- William O. Harris
- October 1995
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