Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of a diary (January 1 to December 21, 1879) written by an anonymous woman. She primarily writes about her daily activities such as sewing, ironing, baking, visiting with friends, and going to church.
The collection consists of a diary (January 1, 1931 to December 29, 1933) written by anonymous woman. She writes about her daily activities such as going to church, meetings, shopping, visiting friends, writing letters, reading sewing, and baking.
This collection contains “Our Helper,” a bound collection of missals from the Bridge Street Baptist Church in Cleveland, Ohio. The date range for the missals is from November 14, 1886 until May 24, 1891. The pastor during this time period was Benjamin H. Thomas.
The Clifford W. Welsch papers contains Welsch's curriculum vitae and list of publications, article about Welsch, and two Christmas letters written by Welsch about his views on Christianity, God and mysticism.
The collection consists of 11 volumes of Effective Living course syllabi and readings; original minutes of the Basic Education Planning Committee and the Curriculum Committee (March-May, 1944); a “confidential” report of an undated faculty survey relating to the establishment of the Basic College and the Effective Living courses. The collection is arranged chronologically.
The collection also includes unpublished annual reports for 1945-1953.
Typed excerpts (1823-1831) from the letters from William Montague Ferry and his wife Amanda, Protestant missionaries on Mackinac Island, Michigan, to family members in New England, especially those in Ashfield, Massachusetts. Of particular interest are descriptions of the Indians and references to opposition from the Roman Catholic Church. Also included are brief genealogies of the Ferry, Montague, Henry, Hastings, White, and Harwood families.