Yale University
Located in Bombay
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Journal kept by Bishop Stanley of his daily activities during his reorganization of the work of his diocese. Entries contain both praise for and criticism of clergy and teachers as well as reflections upon the responsibilities of his office. The journal documents his interest in the education of the poor and includes evaluations of "infant schools" (orphanages) and schools for the poor. Stanley also recorded where he stayed and with whom he dined, often adding numbered charts to indicate seating arrangements. Stanley frequently included a brief census of some of the schools he visited and recorded school mistresses' salaries and criticism of conditions. In his entry dated April 20, 1840, Stanley described dining at Marlboro House with Queen Dowager Adelaide, Princess Augusta, Lord Howe, and the Duchess of Saxe-Weimar
Chicago History Museum
Correspondence, notes, articles, reports, minutes, newsletters, and other papers of Frank W. McCulloch about his activities in Chicago on behalf of unemployment relief in the 1930s and labor education in the 1940s. Except for a few miscellaneous items, the collection does not extend beyond late 1948, when McCulloch accepted a staff appointment with Senator-elect Paul Douglas (Democrat; Illinois). Large portions of the collection pertain to the Council for Social Action of the Congregational and Christian Churches and the James Mullenbach Industrial Institute (Chicago) and reflect McCulloch's basic Christian humanism in his advocacy for worker-oriented educational programs and labor/management dialogues. Specific topics include the 1937 Repubic Steel strike; the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters drive for recognition by the Pullman Car Company; the 1936-1937 General Motors sit-down strike; the 1938 Maytag Company strike; the World War II-era labor dispute at Montgomery Ward; and ... Read More
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Correspondence, printed material, financial papers, certificates, writings and photographs relating mostly to Dr. Gobbel's career. Topics include: biographical information about Gobbel and Mrs. Gobbel (d. 1966); college education; education and the church; Methodist Episcopal Church, including the Sunday School Board of the N.C. Conference; East-West Expressway controversy in Durham, 1970's; education in China, 1937; Protestant churches in Czechoslovakia, 1961; financial papers of Robert A. Gobbel of Rowan Co., N.C., 1870's-1890's; inauguration of Gobbel as president of Greensboro College; his term as president of Lambuth College; a description of a trip taken by Dr. and Mrs. Gobbel through eight Latin American countries, New Orleans and Atlanta in 1965; and Gobbel's service in World War I. Includes family and professional photographs (some of Methodist Church personnel); Trinity College scrapbook, 1913-1918; and two personal srapbooks of Dr. Gobbel relating his career
Graduate Theological Union - Special Collections and Archives
This collection of pamphlets addresses the role of church in education. Topics include: primary instruction, missionary service training, higher education of clergy, liberal arts education, bilingual education and instruction, state funding for graduate and undergraduate schools, and educational reform. The National Council of Schools of Religion and the State Sabbath School Association of California are grossly represented in this collection
Cornell University Libraries
Official letters, one a letter of introduction to the town librarian for M. Gate (undated), the other conveying the opinion of the archbishop of Paris concerning an education project. The second letter is dated July 19, 1850, and is written on the stationery of the archdiocese of Paris
Princeton Theological Seminary Library
This collection includes personal papers, manuscripts, research papers, sermons, lectures, presentations, Princeton Seminary course files, faith development interviews, and other material from the life of Dr. James E. Loder
Camden County Historical Society
Transcript of Camden County centennial sermon given at the Centenary Tabernacle Methodist Church, Camden, N.J. -- Includes descriptions of the city of Camden in 1844, the Millerites, a visit to Camden by Davy Crockett, and the role of churches in education and moral reform
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The collection consists of the constitution, by-laws and minutes of the Richsquare Literary Society (1851-1856); handwritten student newspapers, student essays, and lecture notes from the period 1850-1870; and an 1889 commencement program
Utah State Historical Society
Educators opinions of the problems of the LDS church and education. Does not include a copy of the questionnaire


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