Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S0521
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a certificate issued to Reverend J. H. Goldman on August 3, 1929 to certify that he was an approved “Quarterly Conference Preacher of the Gospel of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ.” It also consists of “A Klansman’s Creed" from the Ku Klux Klan. There are notes from a sermon about the role of a “Klans-man.”
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes several papers from the Ladoga Christian Church, including an August 30, 1882 document regarding church activity signed by Daniel Stover; a list of members from 1882; a December 4, 1886 letter from the Church of Christ at Indian Creek stating that Joseph Clark and his sister Alice Clark were members in good standing; a drawing depicting Ladoga with balloon captions regarding a mission to "build a wall between evangelical Christianity and Campbellism so high and so...
Collection — Folder S2071
Scope and Contents This collection includes a three-page handwritten history of the Little Sugar Creek Christian Church of Hancock County, Indiana. Much of the history is taken from George J. Richman's 1916 book, History of Hancock County, Indiana: Its People, Industries and Institutions, with additional information regarding the church during the time of Ozrow Kemerly's ministry also included. The undated history is possibly a draft for an article about the church's centennial...
Collection — Folder S2074
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photostat copy of a "History of the East Christian Church, Markleville, Indiana from 1849 - 1967" written by Ruth Williams Keesling Dane. Also prepared for the Ensign Humphrey Madison Chapter of the Indiana Daughters of American Colonists (DAC) as "History of the Church of Christ (Disciples) of Adams Twp., Madison Co., Ind. from October 1849 - October 1967," the typewritten history includes photographs of Francis M. Williams, Nora Gilmore Gwinn Williams and Rev. Carl...
Collection — Folder S0783
Collection — Folder S0640
Scope and Contents This collection includes 97 photocopied pages of Paul Herring's 1873 diary. Herring's entries are in both English and German and he refers to himself as "the writer". Most entries start with a description of the weather and they relate daily activities of his family and himself. Remarks about farming activities are a common theme, but he also describes special days such as Decoration Day (May 30), Independence Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Also included are hymns in German, and poems by...
Collection — Folder S2069
Scope and Contents This collection includes a one-page introduction and eight-page essay titled "The Church of Christ in Indiana." The typewritten essay is a portion of a manuscript compiled and written by Paul Leach of Bloomington, Indiana circa 1940s containing a brief history of the church, with emphasis on the period from 1850 to 1900 that includes details about the church in Monroe County, Indiana.
Collection — Folder S2858
Scope and Contents The collection consists of an 1849 issue of the American Temperance Recorder, “a Monthly Journal for the diffusion of Temperance Knowledge,” being a compilation of essays on living without the consumption of alcoholic beverages. The essays approach the topic of temperance from a religious orientation. Essays in this collection include a sermon titled “Life in Its Origin, Forms and Issues,” by Rev. George Bush, concerning the spiritual nature of life; an essay entitled “The Church in the...
Collection — Folder S3459
Collection — Folder S1908
Scope and Contents This collection includes five programs for the annual homecoming services held at the Salem Methodist Church located in Hendricks County, Indiana (1954-1964); newspaper articles regarding the church's homecoming celebrations clipped from the Mooresville Times and the Plainfield Messenger (1962-1966); two clippings about the Friends Central Academy commencement and Plainfield High School alumnus Wallace Trotter (1962-1966); and a...