Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Appointed in 1965, the Committee of Fifteen was tasked by the 177th General Assembly to review and study The Confession of 1967. The Committee solicited feedback on this new statement of faith and considered how to revise and amend this important theological text. The collection contains materials related to the Committee’s work as well as much of the generated feedback.
These papers consist primarily of Maitland Alexander’s sermons from 1898 to 1927, and also contain some addresses and talks for these same years.
This collection consists of sermons delivered by Rev. Huntting between 1710 and 1733, primarily in East Hampton, Long Island, New York.
This collection includes sermons and addresses, correspondence, committee reports and related materials, Brick Presbyterian Church of New York City bulletins and histories, and miscellanea.
This collection includes exegetical notes, "idea" notes, notes on ministers, miscellaneous notes and clippings, biographical materials, journals, and correspondence from the life of Samuel Miller, Jr.
This collection includes three letters from former Presidents of the United States, as well as sermons and photographs. The bulk of the correspondence comes from his scrapbooks.
This collection consists of William Schenck's personal journal (1842-1850), correspondence, and biographical materials.