Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Frederick Neumann papers
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.
Henry F. Lee Scrapbook
One scrapbook compiled of newspaper clippings
Letters to Flora Miller from grandchildren
This series consists of letters and documents that William McElwee Miller shared between his family, friends, and associates from the early twentieth century to death in 1993. It is divided into three subseries: Early Life, Missionary Period, and Post-Missionary Life. All together, these materials document Miller's development as a missionary in Persia and his later work with Christian organizations while giving insight into his personal relationships.
The Charles C. Niebuhr Manuscript Collection
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 Frederic Lawrence and Kenaston Twitchell Oxford Group Manuscript Collection
The Harry A. Rhodes Manuscript Collection
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.
The Langley Kitching Manuscript Collection
The travel journals of Langley Kitching, English gentleman and botanist, during his visit of missionary settlements in South Africa, Madagascar and Mauritius.