Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin LibraryScope and Content Note This collection consists of photocopies of two letters, one to each of C. I. Scofield's daughters. Selected Search Terms Scofield, C. I. (Cyrus Ingerson), 1843-1921 DonorSource James Lutzweiler Custodial History James Lutzweiler donated these photocopies in March, 2003. Literary Rights Copyright restrictions may apply. Related Material Additional information concerning C. I. Scofield may be found in the following collection in the Archives of Dallas Theological Seminary, C ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin LibraryScope and Content Note This collection consists of thirty folders in one box with samples of syllabi. These provide an example of work required by different professors for various courses. Selected Search Terms Dallas Theological SeminaryHistory Dallas Theological SeminaryCurricula DonorSource DTS Academic Deans Office and DTS Turpin Library Custodial History Some of the syllabi were transferred to the archives from the Academic Deans Office in 1998 and the others were transferred by the library ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin LibraryScope and Content Note The collection, in 3 folders, was assembled or written by Clarence E. Mason Jr. while he was a student at the Evangelical Theological College. The collection is organized in two series. The notes provide insight into the courses he took and topics which interested him. The second series, memorabilia, consists primarily of autographs and CN 026 Clarence E. Mason Jr. Collection of Evangelical Theological College Notes and Memorabilia Page 3 of 3 photographs which help docume ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin LibraryScope and Content Note This collection is composed of five large charts on fabric rolled on separate tubes and covered with muslin. Two of these banners primarily concern salvation, including judgment, and three describe history and prophecy. There is only one series, banners. Selected Search Terms Bates, Leon Dispensationalism Charts, diagrams, etc. Yates, Johnnie DonorSource Unknown donors Literary Rights It is the researcher's responsibility to determine requirements of copyright laws. Relat ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin LibraryScope and Content Note This collection, in one small document box, is composed primarily of photocopies collected by Donald K. Campbell. They relate to the history of Dallas Theological Seminary and its first, second, and third presidents. Many of the records concern the development of the campus during Lewis Sperry Chafers term. Although the photocopies in this collection may duplicate carbon copies in other collections of records from the Presidents CN 023 Guide to Dallas Theological Seminary. ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin LibraryScope and Content Note This collection is housed in four file folders within a wallet and is divided into two series. Series I consists primarily of handwritten notes for three sermons by Thomas Chalmers, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, and Alexander Whyte. The notes are significant because of the importance of the men who wrote them. Included are notes from Edgerton indicating how he acquired the sermons. Series II contains one photograph of Edgertons family. Selected Search Terms Chalmers, Thomas Ser ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin LibraryScope and Content Note This collection, in forty-eight folders is composed of photocopies, primarily of Harrisons writings on a variety of subjects, mainly related to the Bible, war, and Christian life. The writings often contain comments about articles or books. The collection is organized in two series correspondence and subject files. The correspondence discusses assorted subjects. The subject files compose the bulk of the collection, and range from handwritten notes on one page to typed work ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin LibraryScope and Content Note This collection housed in seven legal size folders, consists of three series. The Memoranda document the early history of the Lay Institute. The second series, Printed Material, lists the courses offered through the years and the teachers. The last series, Miscellaneous, includes lists of courses, enrollment, names of teachers, and notes about the history of the Institute. CN 027 Dallas Theological Seminary. Lay Institute Records Page 3 of 4 The collection provides informa ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin LibraryScope and Content Note This collection in one folder consists primarily of letters received by Mitchell from administrators of Evangelical Theological College, which was renamed Dallas Theological Seminary in 1936. The letters provide some information about Mitchell, but mainly focus on the seminary and Lewis Sperry Chafer. Selected Search Terms Dallas Theological Seminary DonorSource Bob Monaco donated these photocopies in November, 2007. Custodial History Unknown Literary Rights It is the rese ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
Dallas Theological Seminary - Turpin LibraryScope and Content Note This collection, housed in sixteen legal size folders in one box, is composed of 177 typed sermons and ten excerpts of sermons by William M. Anderson. The topics covered include God, Jesus Christ, Christ's return, Christian life, salvation, the Bible, communion, and missions.The majority are carbon copies. There are also a few newspaper clippings containing sermon excerpts. Most sermons indicate the date they were preached. CN 011 Guide to William M. Anderson Sermons Page ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
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