Collection consists of clippings, programs, publications, yearbook, photographs, and slides related to Glorieta Conference Center in the 1950's. The collection also includes a history of the Glorieta Conference written by Thompson.
Ministerial record book includes list of individuals baptized by Morgan and funds received from service with several churches. The record book lists other pastoral work (including visits and miles traveled) marriages, monies received for missions and for the Baptist State Convention. The book also includes information on money raised for the 75 Million Campaign and a list of sermons preached at various locations and remarks about those preaching events. Also recorded in the volume is his contributions to the church and other financial transactions. Volume covers the period from 1917 to 1927.
The Baptist Theological Seminary at Rüschlikon collection includes a variety of material related to the seminary, once located in Rüschlikon, Switzerland, and now located in Prague. Included in the collection are bulletins, catalogs, clippings, articles, correspondence, reports, publications, calendars, addresses, and minutes of faculty meetings and trustee meetings. The catalogs/bulletins include significant information on the course offerings and information for students about degrees and programs of the seminary. The faculty and trustee minute files include agendas, reports, minutes of the meeting, and recommendations of the bodies. The collection includes material only on the period when the seminary was located in Switzerland.
Records include faculty addresses, Layne lectures, Carver-Barnes lectures, evangelism lectures, missionary days, Tharp lectures, inauguration of the president, and founders'day addresses. Index on microfilm.
Southern Baptist Convention. Seventy-Five Million Campaign.
Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives
1.25 linear feet.
The Seventy-five Million Campaign Collection (1919-1925) contains 1.25 linear feet of material in two boxes. The collection has two series: clippings and subject files. In the first series, there are three bound volumes of Baptist state paper clippings about the Campaign. These volumes are arranged by size, and researchers should note that the clippings are extremely fragile. A description about what papers are included in each volume can be found in the folder listing. The second series contains subject files about the Campaign and related information such as stewardship and missions. Included in this series are mainly promotional materials such as a campaign song, clippings, pamphlets, publicity handbook and posters with additional materials such as articles, correspondence, and programs.
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