Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Carton 1-18
Identifier: SCM 294
Overview Frederick (Friedrich) Neumann was a Jewish philosophy scholar from Austria who converted to Christianity in the 1920s, emigrated to the United States, and became a Congregational minister and visiting professor at Hartford Seminary. Edith Spitzer Neumann was a bacteriologist and microbiologist. This collection consists of his academic and professional papers and records from her successful work to translate and publish his sermons.
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: SCM 405
Scope and Contents One half archival box containing two bound volumes of handwritten notes and clippings. Added are photocopies of letters and biographical information.
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: SCM 028
Scope and Content This collection includes manuscripts of works by the Reverend Andrew W. Blackwood, Jr., Princeton Seminary alumnus and Presbyterian minister.
Identifier: SCM 260
Scope and Content The Harry A. Rhodes collection contains his dairies, journals, itineraries, correspondence, mission reports, and sermons from 1898 to 1965. The journals and diaries contain memories, itineraries and records of place, sermon and attendance. The collection has an autobiographical outline of Dr. Rhodes. The collection also includes clippings, photos and photo albums.
Identifier: SCM 289
Scope and Contents These materials consist of Gill's personal papers, correspondence, Master Sermon Series, scrapbooks, and other printed material.
Collection — Box 1-6
Identifier: SCM 420
Content Description Collection consists of five archive boxes of sermons by Scott, plus one box containing correspondence between Scott and Charles Hodge, Hugh Lenox Hodge, Robert J. Breckenridge, and others; class lecture notes; and a bound manuscript, "Over Popocatepetl: A Novel With Many Heroines, By The Society of 'Ghouls', Allegheny Pa. 1874".