Austin Presbyterian Theological SeminaryThe American Home Missionary Society was formed in May 1826 by members of the Presbyterian, Congregational, Dutch Reformed, and Associate Reformed churches with the intention of helping congregations financially so that they could support an established minister and coordinating interdenominational missionary activities across the United States and its territories. This collection consists of 385 reels of microfilm and one printed index of the American Home Missionary Society records (1816-1936), and includes correspondence and printed material.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Austin Presbyterian Theological SeminaryRobert Lewis Dabney (1820-1898) was a Southern Presbyterian theologian and educator. This collection consists of six inches of photocopies of published writings by Dabney from various sources as well as several reviews of his writings by other authors.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Austin Presbyterian Theological SeminaryHubert Hiram Hopper (1910-1976) was a Presbyterian minister active in church leadership in Texas. Ten inches of correspondence, financial records, reports, minutes, and printed material (1947-1953) record the activities of Hubert Hiram in roles of church leadership, particularly on the Synod’s Stewardship Committee and the Synod’s Council.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Austin Presbyterian Theological SeminaryRobert Houston Caldwell (1829-1900) was a Presbyterian pastor in Texas and Missouri. These papers consist of a manuscript detailing the history of the Reilly Springs Presbyterian Church and a sermon on atonement (1891-1897).Contact InformationFinding Aid
Austin Presbyterian Theological SeminaryJohn Franklin Anderson, Jr. was a Presbyterian minister in Texas and Florida. This collection is comprised of newsletters, programs, invitations, books, architectural design drawings, a CD-ROM, DVDs, and a VHS tape. These materials document the fundraising activities and ceremonies for the John F. and Nancy Anderson House at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and Anderson himself.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Austin Presbyterian Theological SeminaryFive inches of manuscript material, correspondence, photocopied and typescript copies of archival research material including minutes, sermons, congregational records, and correspondence (1847-1947) describes and documents the ministerial career of Robert Franklin Bunting (1828-1891), particularly as a Presbyterian evangelist and Confederate Army chaplain in Texas.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Austin Presbyterian Theological SeminaryWilliam Carnes Dunlap (1817-1886) was a Presbyterian pastor in Tennessee, Texas, and Louisiana. The William Carnes Dunlap sermon is entitled “Remarks on Baptism.”Contact InformationFinding Aid
Austin Presbyterian Theological SeminaryRobert Douglas Campbell (1870-1955) was a Presbyterian pastor in Texas. This collection consists of a memo describing the actions of the Texas-Mexican Presbytery after Reverend Gumesindo Balderas’ death and a letter discussing a possible business trip and the appointment of a teacher for Mexican children.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Austin Presbyterian Theological SeminaryRobert Franklin Jones (1911-1980) was a Presbyterian minister in Texas who primarily served the First Presbyterian Church of Fort Worth. The Robert F. Jones papers are comprised of correspondence, creative works, and printed material (1935-1980) documenting the ministry and personal life of the Rev. Robert Franklin Jones.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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