Clergy -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes sermons, survey responses, an obituary, a minister's biography and last words and miscellaneous items from Anna Stevens and others in Indiana ranging from 1864 to 1935 and undated regarding Biblical scripture, biographies and religious courses in colleges and universities.
Scope and Contents This collection contains an 11-page address from Coe Hayne at the First Baptist Church of Fort Wayne, Indiana on May 18, 1947, for "Isaac McCoy Day." The address is titled, "Stakes Set in the Wilderness" and it is a tribute to the work of Isaac McCoy. The collection also contains 2 typewritten pages entitled, "Isaac McCoy Memorials."
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of Hovey family letters, including correspondence between Hovey and his fiancée/wife. Also included in the collections are letters describing the move from Vermont to Indiana, as well as their living conditions in Fountain County (1831 -1834). The collection contains transcribed letters of Hovey while he was at Dartmouth College, Andover Seminary, letters of his time at Wabash College, and correspondence with Charles White regarding White’s appointment as...
Collection — Folder S1233
Scope and Contents This collection includes a diary from George William Stafford with included notes, hymns, and writings, regarding the life and activities of the reverend's work such as religious services, weddings, and funerals in Indiana.
Collection — Folder S1563
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters, publications, pledge cards, and forms from Indiana Central University in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1912 to 1937 regarding the financial support of the university by the Church of the United Brethren in Christ. Much of the correspondence written by college presidents Lewis D. Bonebrake and I.J. Good and members of the fundraising campaign committee to members of the United Brethren church concerning fundraising, summer bible school for pastors, district...
Collection — Folder S0316
Scope and Contents The collection is photostatic copies of Isaac Crawford’s handwritten journal, which means the pages are black with white lettering. The penmanship is very good and easy to read. The first folder has his diary from January 1, 1836 to January 30, 1843, consisting of 164 pages. There are two journal pages on each sheet.He wrote about church meetings, religious services, people that he met, and places where he went.The second folder has copies of his diary (39 pages)...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains photostats and typed copies of letters sent to James D. Davidson by his brothers, Alexander Davidson and Charles Baker (C.B.), his nephew Preston Davidson, and other Indiana residents regarding family news, economic conditions, elections, secession, slavery, the Civil War, money issues, and Noah Noble's estate. Also included are letters sent to other Davidson family members, three letters sent to C.H. and W.S. McCormick from an A.D. Hagen (?) regarding McCormick reaper...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence ranging from 1863 to 1873 and sent by family and church associates to Rev. John S. Winchester of Greensburg, Indiana. The collection also includes invitations to weddings, anniversary celebrations, and graduations received by the Winchester family between 1869 to 1895.
Collection — Folder S0838
Scope and Contents This collection includes three clippings of the newspaper column, "A Hoosier Listening Post," written by Kate Milner Rabb. The 1931 columns ran in the Indianapolis Star on September 22, 23 and 25. Each column quotes from the papers of Joseph Tarkington and discusses items of interest, including a scholarship founded by Tarkington at Indiana Asbury University; an October 4, 1864 certificate stating that Mrs. Tarkington had contributed to the Indiana State Sanitary Fair for the relief of sick and...
Collection — Folder S001