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Correspondence, diaries, speeches, reports, travel materials, genealogies, booklists, yearbooks, autographs, diplomas, memorabilia, newsletters, clippings, and photos. Topics include Hays's activities as a librarian at various places in Wisconsin and at St. John's University, Shanghai, China (1922-1926), library associations, Episcopal Church and its missions, especially in China, World War I and World War II, Daughters of the American Revolution, and Delta Kappa Gamma
United Methodist Church,-- General Commission on Archives and History
Correspondence, sermons, mss., and biographical materials, chiefly documenting Burtner's professional activities, with a few materials concerning his personal affairs -- Chiefly includes ca. 375 sermons on various subjects, including the Bible (preached at the Otterbein College church, Westville, Ohio, during the fundamentalist controversy of 1921-1922), Christians in the world, church work, missions, evangelism, temperance, prohibition, and World War I; mss. on "The Immancence of God", "The Problems of Evil", Gideon, Nehemiah, and Hebrews, some written by Burtner as a graduate student at Otterbein; letter (1914) advocating prohibition; memorial biographical tribute prepared by a committee at United Brethren Church in Westerville; marriage certificate; and family photograph
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Parish bulletins and hymnal of Catholic church and associated missions (1979, 1981-1983) on Pine Ridge Reservation at Kyle, S.D. Bulletins contain announcements and reports of social and religious activities
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Parish and personnel files and printed materials pertaining to Oglala Lakota churches on the Pine Ridge Reservation and in Rapid City, South Dakota, including correspondence, news clippings, photos, personal and legal documents, and M. Claudia Duratschek's publication, The Beginnings of Catholicism in South Dakota (1943). Includes information about native catechists and permanent lay deacons
Archives of the Society of Jesus of New England,-- College of the Holy Cross
Administrative records of the Province of New England and personal papers of its members -- Includes administrative records of the provincials, treasurers, formation directors, development directors, and apostolates of the Province; records of foreign missions in Jamaica (1929-present) and Iraq (1932-1969), including records of the Iraq mission that established and ran two schools: Baghdad College (1932-1969) and Al-Hikma University (1956-1968) in Baghdad, Iraq; and the records of several Jesuit educational endeavors in New England: Cranwell Preparatory School, Lenox, Mass. (1939-1975), Bishop Connolly High School, Fall River, Mass. (Jesuit apostolate, 1966-1995), Shadowbrook Novitiate, Lenox, Mass. (1923-1970), and Weston College, Weston, Mass. (1922-1969)
Archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, Episcopal Diocesan Center
Correspondence, chiefly with Bishop William Rollinson Whittingham, and official papers. A few items date before Potter became Bishop in 1845 but most concern his episcopate. Subjects include requests for Whittingham's advice; many clergy matters; views about the mission in Turkey, 1849, and support for the mission in Greece, 1860; Potter's role in Whittingham's controversy with the Reverend Henry Van Dyke Johns, 1850; interest in missions to Germans in Pennsylvania; approval of training women as physicians and educating them for church work, 1852; Civil War prayers; Potter's protest against Bishop John H. Hopkins's defense of slavery, 1863; and posthumous tributes
Disciples of Christ Historical Society
Correspondence, mss., printed materials, sheet music, photos, and other papers, reflecting Moseley's personal and professional life, including her activities as publicity director (1943-1946) of San Antonio Community Chest, national secretary (1943-1946) and later associate editor (1966-1972) of World call, Disciples of Christ minister (ordained 1946), and official (1950-1966) of United Christian Missionary Society and Unified Promotion. Persons represented include her husband, J. Edward Moseley
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Chiefly baptismal, burial, and marriage records. Includes records from Indian missions in the area
New Jersey Historical Society
Business correspondence and other legal papers; Pell's personal papers relating to the development of Branch Brook Park, Essex County, N.J., and papers read by him at meetings of the Matrimonic Circle, Newark, N.J.; lobbying correspondence (1906-1907) of Ethelwyn A. Pell on behalf of College Women's Club of Essex County; high school and normal school composition books (1879) of Ida E. Drake; estate papers (1896-1910) of Oliver Drake; and George C. Vogel's illustrated account (1923) of Methodist churches and missions in the Jersey City area. Includes material relating to litigation between Pell's client, Hannibal Goodwin (1822-1900) and Eastman Kodak Company over patent recognition of Goodwin's invention of flexible celluloid photographic film
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, mss., printed materials, sheet music, photos, and other papers, reflecting Moseley's personal and professional life, including her activities as publicity director (1943-1946) of San Antonio Community Chest, national secretary (1943-1946) and later associate editor (1966-1972) of World call, Disciples of Christ minister (ordained 1946), and official (1950-1966) of United Christian Missionary Society and Unified Promotion. Persons represented include her husband, J. Edward Moseley