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Subject Source: Genre Terms: A Thesaurus for Use in Rare Book and Special Collections Cataloguing

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

Alan Neely papers

Identifier: SCM 302
Scope and Contents These materials consist of personal and professional papers that belonged to and were authored Alan Neely.

The Princeton Theological Seminary Library holds Neely's papers as he he was named to the faculty in 1988 upon his return from Colombia; he taught until his retirement in 1996.

Autographs and letters relating to the Baptist collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: SCM 303
Content Description One folder of handwritten correspondence and receipts, including the note: "This packet of papers is designed to illustrate my books on Baptism & belongs to that collection. S.A."

Includes a photocopy of a letter from Samuel Agnew to the Rev. John Pierpont, 1856 June 28, given to Special Collections by the Pierpont Morgan Library.

Frederick Neumann papers

 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.

Justo L. González papers

 Collection — Carton 1-18
Identifier: SCM 286
Overview Justo González is a Cuban American Methodist theologian and historian. These materials are his personal and professional papers.

Myron and Mary Downing Wheeler Collection of Philippine Mission Correspondence

Identifier: SCM 386
Content Description Photocopy of a collection of correspondence from while they were missionaries in the Phillippines entitled "Two Years in the Philippines (1949-1951)."

Series I: Correspondence

Scope and Contents 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.

Series III: Writings and Publications by Others

Scope and Contents This series consists of twentieth century writings and documents by people other than William McElwee Miller that he collected throughout his life. It is divided into four subseries: Books, Newspapers, Magazines, and Others. The materials in this series document the happenings of people and institutions that were close to Miller. They provide records and updates through articles and journals as well as general information regarding religions and their efforts. This series also serves as a...

The Harry A. Rhodes Manuscript Collection

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.

Theodore A. Gill papers

Identifier: SCM 289
Scope and Contents These materials consist of Gill's personal papers, correspondence, Master Sermon Series, scrapbooks, and other printed material.

Thomas W. Gillespie papers

 Collection — Box 1-70
Identifier: SCM 310
Scope and Contents The collection consists of papers and other materials covering Gillespie's life as a student, pastor, professor, and administrator. Much of the material includes correspondence and other communications between Gillespie and others. The bulk of the collection spans his presidency at Princeton Theological Seminary.