Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:
The Walter J. Harrelson Papers (bulk 1970s-1980s) include correspondence, manuscripts of writings, speeches, research and publication materials, teaching notes, grant proposals and background information, and personal and biographical materials. Major topics of interest include Professor Harrelson's work on the EMML (Ethiopian Manuscript Microfilm Library), the Revised Standard Bible, and his career at the Vanderbilt University Divinity School.
This .04 linear feet collection contains five items, in four folders: a bound, handwritten copy of a 1928 unpublished manuscript, two diplomas [in German], a biographical sketch, and, a translation sheet.
This .21 linear feet collection of 14 file folders contains recollections, correspondence, newsletters, a newspaper, newspaper clippings, a satiric flyer, and materials related to the Student Christian Association.
This collection contains the papers of Sister Mary Peter McCusker, a Sister of Mercy who served the communities in the Peruvian Altiplano. Most of the collection contains correspondence dated 1978-1990 documenting her journey serving these communities, but there are also some photograph slides, cards, newsletters, and news clippings.
The 3 linear feet collection is divided into four series: Series I contains news items and publications related to activities at First Baptist Church, Capitol Hill; Series II relates to the Ennix-Jones Center; Series Series III is related to other churches and/or religious bodies; and, Series IV contains one rolled panoramic photograph from the 1930 National Baptist Convention. The collection is organized to correspond to the church fiscal year that runs from October to September.
This collection contains 1 diary written by Alfred Roland Pittman, a minister in Robeson County, North Carolina, from 1864 through 1865. It chronicles his activities, including number of baptisms performed, which scriptures were read at church, and the weather.