Carlyle Marney Papers, 1899-1979


Carlyle Marney Papers, 1899-1979

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James Edward Taylor (1839-1901) was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, where his training as an artist began. He attended Robert Conner's Academy of Art under the patronage of Nicholas Longworth. Family circumstances required that he enter the work force, but he continued to study art, learning lithography and oil painting. At the outbreak of the Civil War, Taylor enlisted in the 10th New York Volunteers and served for two years. After his military service, Taylor obtained a posi...

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Berry, James (person)

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Epithet: Chamberlain of the Linen Hall, Dublin British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000695.0x000073 James King (fl 1848) was a surveyor. From the guide to the Plans of University buildings at Oxford by James King, 1848, (University of Oxford, Bodleian Library) Epithet: Reverend; lecturer at St. Martin's, Ludgate British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Descriptio...

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Duncan, Pope A. (person)

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Anderson, Jim, 1937 August 11- (person)

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Virginia Military Institute (corporateBody)

On March 29, 1839 the General Aslsembly passed the final version of the act establishing a military school at the Lexington arsenal, where the students would protect the arms while pursuing educational courses. The School was named the Virginia Military Institute and is the nation's oldest state supported military college. The governor appointed nine members to the Board of Visitors to oversee the new school and they elected Claudius Crozet as president of the board and named Franci...

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Puckett, Robert M. (person)

Mondy, Robert William, 1907- (person)

Prince, Suzanne (person)

Jordan, Clarence (person)

Southern Baptist advocate for racial equality. Graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Agriculture in 1933, and from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Ph. D.) in 1939. Founded Koinonia Farms near Americus, Georgia in 1942. Also known for "Cotton Patch" translations of Paul's Epistles, Luke, and Acts, published in 1968 and 1969. From the description of Collection, 1939-1987. (Hudson Valley Community College). WorldCat record id: 55739218 Clarence Jo...

Hudson, W. Jack (person)

Lindsay, Rev. Samual M. (person)

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Christian Action Council (corporateBody)

Pickens, Marshall I. (Marshall Ivey), 1904-1991 (person)

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Crawley, Richard, 1840-1893 (person)

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CBS TV (corporateBody)

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Hunter, James (person)

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Evans, Joe M. (person)

Southard, Samuel (person)

Pastor, professor, chaplain, and administrator. Professor of psychology of religion at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Pastored churches in Kentucky, Louisiana, and Washington, D.C. Served as the chaplain of Kentucky's Central State Hospital from 1951 to 1953, and as the director of professional services at the Georgia Mental Health Institute in Atlanta. From the description of Collection, 1961-1966. (Hudson Valley Community College). WorldCat record id: 55739215 ...

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Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (person)

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Hansen, Clifford P. (Clifford Peter), 1912-2009 (person)

Senator, governor. From the description of Reminiscences of Clifford Peter Hansen : oral history, 1966. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122632019 Clifford P. Hansen was born October 16, 1912. He grew up in Jackson Hole, WY. He received a bachelor's in animal science from the University of Wyoming in 1934. The same year he married Martha Close, whom he was married to for 75 years until his death. From 1943-1966 he was a Teton County commissi...

Marney, Carlyle, 1916-1978 (person)

Baptist minister and writer. He attended Carson-Newman College and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. After seminary Marney served churches in Kentucky, Texas and North Carolina. In 1967 Marney founded in Lake Junaluska, North Carolina Interpreter's House, a retreat center for ministers and laypersons. Marney wrote over a dozen books all of which challenged the reader to live out the demands of the gospel in spite of traditional expectations. He died in 1978. From the description...

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Knight, Monty (person)

Lewallen, Betsy Jo (person)

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Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Jr. (person)

Miller, Landon W. (person)

Wingate College (corporateBody)

Gilmore, Herbert Jr. (person)

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Toynbee, Paget Jackson, 1855-1932 (person)

Paget Jackson Toynbee (1855-1932) was a Dante scholar. Details are given in the Dictionary of National Biography . From the guide to the Paget Toynbee's concordances to Dante's, Convivo, Vita nuova, and part of the, Canzoniere, 1898, (University of Oxford, Taylor Institution Library) ...

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Vayhinger, John Monroe (person)

Hollifield, Howard and Nina (person)

Todaro, Samuel P. (person)

Lawrence, Don and Jerrie (person)

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Kenderick, Deborah (person)

Whaley, Harvey (person)

Gress, Mark W. (person)

Wesley Foundation Campus Ministry at SUNY Buffalo (corporateBody)

Siefferman, Norman (person)

Alexander, Stanley (person)

Shea, Fr. John (person)

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Menninger, Karl, M. D. (person)

Kuhn, Maggie (person)

Weatherspoon, J. B. (Jesse Burton), 1886-1964 (person)

Emerck, Sam (person)

Sykes, John M. (person)

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Trent, B. C. (person)

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Lynch, Lorenzo A. (person)

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Peyton (person)

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African Methodist Episcopal Church. Women's Missionary Society (corporateBody)

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Williams, Daniel Day (person)

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Stitt, David L. (person)

Reid, A. C. (person)

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The World Council of Churches is an ecumenical organization that was founded in Amsterdam in 1948. From the description of World Council of Churches records, 1937-1989 (inclusive). (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 702164061 The desire of the World Council of Churches to open a dialogue with Hindus, Buddhists, Jews and Muslims resulted in the 1971 Dialogue with People of Living Faiths and Ideologies (DFI) program. This program supports interreligious multi-lateral and b...

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Rose, W.H. (person)

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Phillips, Evelyn (person)

Carrington, Joe (person)

Tabscott, Robert W. (person)

Moses, Mary C. (person)

Sales, Lyman, Jr. (person)

Macdonald, Murdo Ewen, 1914- (person)

The Christian Century Foundation (corporateBody)

Hamner, Rev. Bob (person)

Dove, Mary (person)

Johnson, Mordecai (person)

Gross, Paul A. M. (person)

Kliever, Lonnie D. (person)

Baker, John (person)

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Maddox, Sid (person)

Scarborough, Jerry P. (person)

Bausmum, Henry S. and Doloris (person)

Wall, Margaret (person)

Loring, Ed (person)

Leonard, Jonathan, 1875- (person)

Newport, John P. (person)

Spencer, John B. (person)

Reed, Donald C. (person)

Spaugh, Herbert (person)

Rhodes, Lewis E. (person)

Osborn, Wallace S. (person)

Howard, Rev. Robert (person)

Marney, Rev. Sam (person)

Morikawa, Jitsuo (person)

Jitsuo Morikawa, a Japanese Canadian, served in the American Baptist ministry. From the description of Jitsuo Morikawa sermons : photocopies, 1973-1987. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 48346754 ...

Bridges, John Henry, 1832-1906 (person)

Greer, Arther E. (person)

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Jackson, Herbert (person)

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Dickerson, Jack (person)

Tullis, Roland (person)

Cooksey, Frank (person)

Flanders, Lois and Harvey (person)

Farmer, J. A. (James A.) (person)

DeFore, John (person)

Sanks, Rev. C. R., Jr. (person)

Junker, Bill (person)

Ward, Jim (person)

Fogartie, James (person)

Smith, Ann (person)

Shipman, L. J. (person)

Blackwell, Gordon (person)

Golden, Harry (person)

McClernon, Robert E. (person)

Clark, Robert W., Ph. D. (person)

John Knox Press (corporateBody)

Harrison, Lea and King (person)

Bramlette, Howard (person)

Yates, Kyle M., 1924- (person)

Peacock, Heber F. (person)

Troutman, Colt R. Jr. (person)

Fletcher, Jesse and Dorthey (person)

Lee, Maryat (person)

National Conference of Christians and Jews. (corporateBody)

The conference, founded as the National Conference of Jews and Christians, was formed to promote the religious ideals of brotherhood and justice. The conference name changed Nov. 28, 1938 to National Conference of Christians and Jews. From the description of National Conference of Christians and Jews records, 1927-1989. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 63285851 The National Conference of Christians and Jews, was formed in 1928 to facilitate coopera...

Clark, Ted R. (person)

Stuart, R. Marvin (person)

Baker, William J. (person)

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Weldon, Wilson O. (person)

Cain, Lee and Pat (person)

Olmedo, Alfonso (person)

Sales, Rev. Lyman (person)

Burnside, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sr. (person)

Ross, Otho B. (Otho Bescent), 1884-1982 (person)

Webster, C. A., Jr. (person)

Childs, P. (person)

Marney, Sam R. (person)

Welsh, Robert B. (person)

Crawford, Clarence (person)

Marney, Milton (person)

Bratcher, Lewis (person)

Seymour, Robert, 1798-1836 (person)

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Haynie, Bill and Joyce (person)

Avent, George (person)

Norman, T. J. (person)

Weiant, Ted (person)

Upchurch, Priscilla (person)

Public Affairs Committee (corporateBody)

Hamerick Family, (family)

Miller, Charles E. (person)

Trentham, Charles A. (Charles Arthur), 1919-1992 (person)

Weatherspoon, J. P. (person)

American National Red Cross: Mecklenburg County Chapter (corporateBody)

Suggs, David and Jean Ann (person)

Marsh, Bruce and John Gatu (person)

Branch, Douglas M. (person)

Lane, Sue (person)

Pitzer, Robert M. (person)

Helms, Fred and Teddy (person)

Heaton, George (person)

Religious Book Club (corporateBody)

Baker, Bobbie (person)

Patterson, J. Will (person)

Walters, Dean E. (person)

Martin, Ed T. (person)

Moore, Harry E. (person)

Valentine, Foy (person)

Smith, Mike (person)

Hard, Robert (person)

Pearce, William E. (person)

Weddington, Diane (person)

Diane Weddington attended the Divinity School at Duke University and was a reporter and a religion editor at the Contra Costa Times . From the guide to the Diane Weddington Papers, 1970-2008, (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University) ...

Simpson, Robert (person)

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Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co. (corporateBody)

Frazier, Claude A. (person)

Conner, Dick (person)

South Carolina Conference Pastors' School (corporateBody)

Diggins, Elemer (person)

Scarritt College (corporateBody)

Almond, Lucy (person)

Sanders, Phillip Eugene (person)

Godfrey, Fred and Mrs. (person)

Holland, Lang Floyd (person)

Miller, Ann C. (Ann Christine) (person)

Wamble, Hugh (person)

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (corporateBody)

The Faculty Club was organized by faculty members of the seminary for the purpose of cultivating social fellowship, and for keeping informed of the work and developments in theological education. The club published the BAPTIST REVIEW AND EXPOSITOR (later REVIEW AND EXPOSITOR). From the description of Faculty Club, 1951-1973. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 191916382 ...

Abingdon Press. (corporateBody)

Abingdon Press is a subsidiary of The United Methodist Publishing House. It was originally established in 1914 by the Methodist Episcopal Book Committee as the book publishing department of the Methodist Publishing House. The significance of the name Abingdon derived from the fact that it was also the name of a town in Maryland where Cokesbury College, the first Methodist college in the United States, was opened in 1787. Upon the unification of the Methodist Episcopal Church, the Me...

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Phillips, Rachel. (person)

Madison, J. C. (person)

Bridgman, Ralph (person)

Neal, Charles, 1948- (person)

Herzog, Fredrick (person)

Goans, Rufus and Sophie (person)

Davis, Robert E. (person)

Biographical/Historical Note Major, United States Army; American Red Cross worker in Kuban area, Russia. From the guide to the Robert E. Davis reports, 1917-1919, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Rousseau, G. J. (person)

Hawkins, Aubrey (person)

Broughton, Tom (person)

Bucke, Emory Stevens, 1913-.... (person)

Short, Mrs. H. Milton, Jr. (person)

Ray, Willie E. (person)

Georgia United Methodist Pastor's School (corporateBody)

Otto, Robert (person)

Rivers, Ann (person)

Adams, Theodore (person)

Brown, Glen J., Jr. (person)

Reese, Fred M., Jr. (person)

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (corporateBody)

Ward, Clara M. (person)

Page, Bruce (person)

Hathcock, Phil (person)

Dasher, Bob (person)

CDC (Communicable Disease Center) (corporateBody)

Moore, Bernice and Harry (person)

Cleland, James T. (James Tough), 1903-1974 (person)

Preacher, Dean of the Duke University Chapel (1955-1973), and Professor of Preaching in the Duke University Divinity School (1945-1968). From the description of James T. Cleland papers, 1825-1982 (bulk 1928-1975). (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 53906090 James Tough Cleland was born on July 8, 1903 in Glasgow, Scotland to the Rev. James Cleland and Margaret Curdie Cleland. He married Alice Mean on September 7, 1932. Cleland earned degrees from Gla...

Kuykendall, Bill and Alice and family (person)

Bosley, Harold (person)

Boone, Walter (person)

Bryson, Howard (person)

Eubank, Riley Jr. (person)

Pickens, H. D. (person)

Barnette, H. H. (person)

Bryan, Clyde C. (person)

Marney, John L. (death condolences) (person)

Gibson, Mary Ella (Bowers) (person)

Malmborg, Hal (person)

Jones, Wilbur (person)

Dr. Blake Smith (person)

Johnson, L. D. (person)

Roach, Ruth (person)

Lovell, Robert, 1770?-1796 (person)

Cone, Bonnie (person)

Stowe, Charles (person)

Jones, Toni (person)

Rouch, Mark A. (person)

Green Lake (American Baptist Assembly) (corporateBody)

Northrop (person)

Bash, Lawerence (person)

Esser, George H., Jr., 1921-2006 (person)

George Hyndman Esser Jr. was born in Norton, Va., in 1922. Esser was a life-long civil rights advocate and crusader against poverty who led the North Carolina Fund under Governor Terry Sanford in the 1960s. He was also a professor of public law and government at the Institute of Government, University of North Carolina, 1948-1963; executive director of the North Carolina Fund, 1963-1969; program officer for the South for the Ford Foundation; 1969-1972; and executive director of the Southern Regi...

White, W. D. (person)

Kilgore, William J. (William Jackson), 1917- (person)

President's National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty (corporateBody)

Madden, Myron C. (person)

Broach, Claude (person)

Holland, Paul L. (person)

U. S. Office of Education, Special Programs Branch (corporateBody)

Knott, John Francis, 1878-1963 (person)

John Francis Knott (1878-1963) was an editorial cartoonist for the Dallas Morning News . From the guide to the Art Sketch 82-341., 1948, (Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin) John Francis Knott (1878-1963) was an editorial cartoonist for the Dallas Morning News. From the description of Art Sketch, 1948. (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 466768508 Epithet: of Add MS 4440 British Libra...

Laymon, Charles M. (person)

Rankin, W. S. (person)