Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of correspondence, prayers, clippings of interest for sermon illustrations, sermons, biographical materials, and journal and quote book, recorded 1856-1871.
This collection includes 18 unbound sermons by Andrew Hunter (1773-1794), and one file of biographical information about him.
This collection includes biographical information, photographs, diary and sermon notebooks, sermons and talks, bulletins and directories, and miscellaneous materials, including Elmore's work "That Difficult Person, Myself." Also included are the papers of his wife Amelia Josephine Burr Elmore.
This collection consists of sermons and addresses, outlines, notes, mementos, genealogy, and biographical materials from the life of Clinton H. Gillingham.
This collection consists of Reverend Gard's manuscript sermons.
This collection consists of class notes (1936-1972), correspondence, reports, bulletins, conferences, studies, ecumenical work and Christian education materials (1940-1990), sermon outlines and sermons. It covers Dr. Theobald's education and years of experience in the Church. It is divided into three series: education, ministry, and sermons. There is also a collection of his cassette tapes which have been added to the audio-tape collection (See Theobald Collection).
This collection holds Cailliet's correspondence, lecture notes, addresses and sermons, reviews and articles, associations, and research materials. The material covers his entire life, from his life and studies in France and Europe to his life and work in the United States at several institutions, including the University of Pennsylvania and Princeton Seminary.
This collection includes sermons preached by the Reverend Niles at the First Presbyterian Church of Princeton. It also includes calendars, correspondence, family papers, and other material by or about Frank Niles.
This collection includes correspondence, lectures and outlines for church history courses taught at Princeton Theological Seminary, sermons and addresses, and other material from the life and career of Dr. Loetscher.