Paul Ramsey Papers, 1934-1984 and undated


Paul Ramsey Papers, 1934-1984 and undated

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Kass, Leon (person)

Wilson, John Fay (person)

Epithet: Headmaster, Heath Mount School, county Hertfordshire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000300.0x00033f ...

Richardson, Cyril (person)

Ogden, Schubert Miles, 1928-.... (person)

Littell, Franklin H. (person)

Hutchens, John K., 1905- (person)

Charles Scribner's Sons. (corporateBody)

Charles Scribner, 1821-1871, was a partner in the publishing firm of Baker & Scribner, 1846-1871, and carried on alone after Baker's death in 1850. He formed Scribner & Welford in 1857. Charles Scribner's Sons was established in 1870, the same year SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY began. His son Charles, 1854-1930, became president in 1875. He began SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE in 1887. It ceased publication in 1930. His son Charles, 1890-1952, became president in 1932. From the description of Char...

Devor, Richard C. (person)

St. Anselm's College (corporateBody)

Fredriksen, Paula (person)

Gaffney, James (person)

Burger, Nash (person)

Bailey, Thomas L. (person)

McHugh, James T (person)

Horne, David. (person)

Epithet: Reverend British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000789.0x00023c Epithet: of Golspie Sutherland British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000499.0x000053 ...

Scott, Vaile (person)

Ramsey, Paul (person)

1913, Dec. 10 Born, Mendenhall, Mississippi. 1935 B.S., Millsaps College, Jackson, Miss. 1937, June 23 Married Effie Register. 1937 1939 Instructor of history and s...

Cannon, William R. (person)

Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (corporateBody)

Graduate school of religious instruction in Austin, Tex. From the description of Bound Manuscript Collection, 1301-1928 (bulk 1515-1928). (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 123574342 Beginning in 1930, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary offered correspondence courses in Bible lessons to University of Texas students through the Extension Teaching Bureau of the University of Texas. The courses were original...

Taylor, Prince A. (person)

Princeton University's (corporateBody)

Danforth, John C. (person)

Garrett Biblical Institute (corporateBody)

Miller, Perry (person)

Donahue, Anne M. (person)

Hauser, David R. (person)

DeBoer, Lawrence Paul, 1956- (person)

Fried, Charles (person)

Love, Thomas (person)

Epithet: Lieutenant British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000630.0x000244 ...

Smith, H. Shelton (Hilrie Shelton), 1893- (person)

Hilrie Shelton Smith began his association with Duke University in 1931 as Professor of Religious Education. He remained at Duke until his retirement in 1963. From the description of Hilrie Shelton Smith papers, 1941-1983. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 166325328 Hilrie Shelton Smith was born near Greensboro, NC, on 8 May 1893. After graduation from Elon College as class valedictorian in 1917 with the B.A. degree, he received the Ph.D. from Yale ...

Unsworth, Richard Preston (person)

Reed College (corporateBody)

American Society of Christian Ethics (corporateBody)

Hopkins, Charles Howard, 1905-.... (person)

Cox, Harvey Gallagher (person)

Wills, David W. (person)

Wills earned his Harvard PhD in 1975. From the description of Social values, religion, and race relations in the United States / David W. Wills. January 27, 1969. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228513312 ...

Rachels, James, 1941-2003 (person)

Decell, J. Lloyd (person)

Vanderbilt University. (corporateBody)

Brunner, Emil, 1908-1995 (person)

Princeton University (corporateBody)

The collection documents the physical expansion of the University from its earliest period through the acquisition of large tracts of land in the 20th century, including the properties around Carnegie Lake and numerous farms. Early records document transactions with such Princeton University notables as Nathaniel Fitz Randolph, John Witherspoon, Walter Minto, John and Richard Stockton, and John Maclean. For the most part, the papers consist of standard legal documents with detailed descriptions ...

Committee on Religious Life and Study, Yale University (corporateBody)

Hamilton, Michael (person)

Scott, R. B. Y. (Robert Balgarnie Young), 1899- (person)

Drawings made by Robert Scott based on photographs taken by Ray Wimberly. From the description of Brownsville, Texas Prints 1970. (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 466172235 Robert Scott was a farmer at Oak Hill, Little Britain Township, Lancaster County, Pa. From the description of Robert Scott account book, 1865-1870. (Millersville University Library). WorldCat record id: 50849826 Epithet: Dean of Rochester British Librar...

Ruede, Ernest (person)

Right to Life (corporateBody)

Georgetown University Medical School (corporateBody)

Macaulay, Sid (person)

Bossiere, Jacques P. (person)

Fost, Norman (person)

Beecher, Henry K. (Henry Knowles), 1904-1976 (person)

Henry Knowles Beecher, 1904-1976, M.D., 1932, Harvard Medical School, was Henry Isaiah Dorr Professor of Research in Anaesthesia at Harvard Medical School from 1941 to 1970 and anaesthetist-in-chief at Massachusetts General Hospital. His research and writings concerned the physiological and metabolic effects of anesthesia and drugs, and the ethics of human experimentation. During World War II Beecher was chief consultant in resuscitation and anesthesia for U.S. Office of the Surgeon General in t...

Graves, Benjamin B. (person)

Brody, Baruch A. (person)

Hertwig, Fred A. (person)

Tancredi, Laurence R. (person)

Braisted, Paul J. (person)

Muilenburg, James (person)

May, Rollo (person)

Biography Rollo Reece May (1909-1994) was a pioneer and popularizer of humanistic psychology best known for applying European existential thought to American psychotherapy. He received a master of divinity degree in 1937 and subsequently spent two years as a Congregationalist minister before deciding to return to school (Columbia University) to study clinical psychology. May was an instructor, a psychotherapist, and author of more than a doze...

Social Principles Study Commission (corporateBody)

William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company (corporateBody)

Freedman, Benjamin (person)

Hedrich, Richard (person)

Garrity, Paul V. (person)

Sellers, James E. (person)

Dietrich, Wendell S. (person)

Flanders, Henry Jackson (person)

Thomas, George F. (person)

Curry, Hiram B. (person)

Gustafson, James M., 1980- (person)

Higgins, George, 1916-2002 (person)

Ford, John C. (person)

Long, Charles (Charles K.) (person)

Epithet: Lord Farnborough British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000569.0x00032c Epithet: Baron Farnborough British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000624.0x000024 Epithet: GCB, Baron Farnborough (1826), Lord of the Treasury, etc British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_1000000005...

Bradley, William (person)

Epithet: of Scarcliffe, county Derbyshire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000473.0x0002e4 Epithet: Post Office messenger British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000473.0x0002e7 Epithet: of Add MS 32736 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000987.0x00027f ...

Yale University. (corporateBody)

Hudnut, William H., 1932- (person)

William Herbert Hudnut III was born in 1932 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He attended Princeton University, Union Theological Seminary, and received his D.D. from Hanover College. He also holds the LL. D. from Wabash College. Hudnut served as pastor of Second Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, Ind., from 1963 to 1972, and was a congressman from the 11th Indiana district. He has been mayor of Indianapolis since 1976. From the description of Trip diary, 1967. (Indiana Historical Society Library...

Michaelsen, Robert (person)

Clark, Roy Peter. (person)

Sherman, Franklin (person)

University of Oregon. Center for Teaching Writing (corporateBody)

The Univeristy of Oregon was established on October 19, 1872 and began classes on October 16, 1876. In 1915 there were 119 professors and instructors; by 1934 that number had grown to over 174 faculty. From the guide to the Faculty bulletins and scrapbooks, 1914-1934, (Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries) The High School debating league was started by the Oregon Teacher Association. The University of Oregon contributed by publishing th...

Zachary, R.B. (person)

Gillham, William R. B. (person)

Lazareth, William Henry, 1928- (person)

Douglass, James W. (person)

Presbyterian minister, of Fayetteville, N.C. From the description of Correspondence, 1800-1897. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19536448 ...

Younger, Paul (person)

Menking, Stanley J., 1932- (person)

DePauw University (corporateBody)

Geren, Paul (person)

Abrecht, Paul. (person)

Kolbe, Henry E. (person)

Platt, Michael (person)

Gastil, Raymond D. (person)

Schedler, Norbert O. (Norbert Oscar) (person)

Yale University press (corporateBody)

See "A Brief History of Yale University Press" by Robert Pranzatelli, adapted from A World of Letters by Nicholas A. Basbanes, available at <>. From the guide to the Yale University Press records, 1919-1964, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library) I. THE FIRST HALF-CENTURY From its founding in 1908 by George Parmly Day, Yale University Press sought to acquire and publish important works of scholarship, issuin...

The Wesley Foundation (corporateBody)

Twiss, Sumner B. (person)

Princeton Seminary Wives (corporateBody)

Mullooly, John P. (person)

Holbrook, Clyde A. (person)

Clyde Holbrook was born in 1911 in Greenfield, Massachusetts. He earned the B.A. in Religion from Bates College in Maine in 1934, the B.D. from Colgate Rochester Divinity School in Rochester, New York in 1937, and the Ph. D. from Yale University in 1945. He was ordained to the Baptist ministry in 1937 and while in graduate school held pastorates at Weston, Connecticut (1937-42) and New Haven (1942-45). He was Dean of Chapel Associate Professor of religion at Colorado College (1945-49) and chairm...

Hallowell, John (person)

Gealy, Fred D. (Fred Daniel), 1894-1976 (person)

Crocco, Stephen D. (person)

Loomer, Bernard M. (person)

Gordon, Ernie (person)

Grinnell College (corporateBody)

Taylor, Charles L. (person)

Lucas, George (person)

Cassidy, Robert, Ph. D. (person)

Langford, Thomas Anderson (person)

Robertson, John A. (John Ancona), 1943- (person)

Methodists for Life (corporateBody)

Schlatter, Richard (person)

Mount Holyoke College. (corporateBody)

The first official publication of Mount Holyoke Female Seminary was a catalogue issued in 1837 containing information about trustees, teachers, terms of admission, the course of study, the schedule for the year, Family Accommodations, and the Moral and Religious Influence at the school. Subsequent catalogues (with periodic updates) trace the growth of the institution and provide detailed information about the academic program and residential life for students at the College. These publications h...

National Council of the Churches of Christ (corporateBody)

Ostertag, Frank R. (person)

Schmuckers, Paul H. (person)

Oden, Thomas C. (person)

Rollins, Wayne (person)

Percy, Charles Harting (person)

Weir, Robert (person)

Council for Christian Social Action (corporateBody)

Frye, Roland M. (person)

Beacon Press (corporateBody)

The Beacon Press, a department of the Unitarian Universalist Association, traces its beginnings to 1854 when the American Unitarian Association raised $50,000 for a Book Fund Project. The AUA "issued an urgent call for liberal works that would meet the spiritual needs of the age." Until 1950, the strength of the Press was in history, biography, and a locus in religious thought and religious freedom. Melvin Arnold became the director of the Press in the late 1940s, and he transformed it into a wi...

Malloy, Edward A. (person)

McGill, Arthur Chute (person)

Bennett, John C. (person)

Ecumenical Institute (corporateBody)

Mitchell, Basil (person)

Meitzen, Manfred O. (person)

Van Dusen, Henry Pitney (person)

Doggett, Caxton (person)

Dunstan, G.R. (Gordon Reginald) (person)

St. John's University (corporateBody)

Edwards, W. Don (person)

Grove Books (corporateBody)

Christian Action Council (corporateBody)

Santurri, Edmund N., 1950- (person)

Hare, J. E., 1949- (person)

Bilheimer, Robert S., 1917-2006 (person)

Pacific School of Religion (corporateBody)

Gray, J... Glenn (person)

Weinlick, John R., 1908-1980 (person)

Wicks, Robert R. (person)

Ream, Norman S. (person)

Smylie, Jim (person)

Nelson, Harold R. (person)

New York University (corporateBody)

The Class Collection documents selected student and alumni activities of New York University graduating classes from 1843-1966. Formal and informal gatherings were common, and were documented in detail by the participants. From the description of Class collection, 1843-1966. 1880-1900 (bulk). (New York University). WorldCat record id: 477254465 New York University (formerly, University of the City of New York), is an academic institution and, as such, its faculty produces ar...

Callahan, Daniel John (person)

Eichhorst, Calvin J. (person)

Franklin, Marvin (person)

Cross, John (person)

Epithet: coachmaker, of London British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000844.0x000004 Epithet: solicitor of Preston, d1799 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001083.0x000131 Epithet: Serjeant-at-law British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000844.0x000005 ...

McGreal, Ian Philip, 1919- (person)

Wynn, John Charles, 1920- (person)

Henle, Robert J. (person)

Daues, Vincent F. (person)

Rich, David C. (person)

Brennan, Donald G. (person)

Drew university (corporateBody)

Howard, John A. (person)

Meeks, Wayne A. (person)

Wayne A. Meeks is Woolsey Professor of Biblical Studies at Yale University. He has received the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, the National Endowment for the Humanities Senior Fellowship, and the Kent Fellowship. His books include The Prophet-King: Moses Traditions and the Johannine Christology, The first urban Christians : the social world of the Apostle Paul, and The origins of Christian morality : the first two centuries. From the description of Wayne A. Meeks, McDonal...

Burtchaell, James T. (person)

Hauerwas, Stanley, 1940-.... (person)

Christian ethicist, the Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics in the Duke Divinity School and professor in the Duke School of Law. From the description of Papers, 1972-1994. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 41546413 Christian ethicist, the Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics in the Duke Divinity School and professor in the Duke School of Law. Hauerwas was named America's Best Theologian by TIME Magazine in 2001, and was the first American ...

Newton, Rachel Abraham (person)

O'Brien, Edwin F. (person)

Schilling, Harold K. (Harold Kistler), 1899-1979 (person)

Physicist, educator, author, lecturer on religion, science, and morality; professor (1941-1950, 1965-1968) and dean of the Graduate School, Pennsylvania State University (1950-1964). From the description of Papers of Harold Kistler Schilling, 1934-1973 (bulk 1947- 1964) (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 31020202 ...

Maguire, Dan (person)

Hellegers, Andre E. (person)

Relm Foundation (corporateBody)

Johnson, James T. (person)

Chadwick, Anthony (person)

Morgan, Alfred Powell, 1889-1972 (person)

Baldwin, Charles A. (person)

University of Washington press (corporateBody)

The University of Washington Press began in 1915. From the description of University of Washington Press records, 1915-2008 (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123949088 The University of Washington Press traces its origins to 1915, when Edmond Meany's "Governors of Washington, Territorial and State" was issued. In 1920, the first book to bear the University of Washington Press imprint was released, an edition of "The Poems of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey." The Press...

Carmello, Angela (person)

Yrigoyen, Charles (person)

Church Peace Mission (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Began in 1950; objective was to challenge peace groups and denominations to "devote their energies to the removal of the social, economic and moral causes of ... war"; the Fellowship of Reconciliation was instrumental in the creation and continuation of the CPM; other affiliated groups included the American Friends Service Committee, the Brethren Service Committee, the Baptist Pacifist Fellowship, the Episcopal Peace Fellowship, the Fellowship of Reconciliation, and the Friends General Conferenc...

Harvey, Van Austin (person)

Professor of Religious Studies at Stanford University since 1978, Harvey trained at Yale Divinity School and taught at the University of Pennsylvania before coming to Stanford. From the guide to the Van Austin Harvey, "Religious studies at Stanford: An Historial Sketch", 1998, (Department of Special Collections and University Archives) ...

Dillenberger, John (person)

Agency History Although negotiations for cooperation among Bay Area seminaries had begun at least as early as 1958, articles incorporating the Graduate Theological Union were signed in September of 1962. The GTU administers academic doctoral programs for the member seminaries. The records in this accession date from 1959 to 1971, preceeding and during the administration of dean and president John Dillenberger. In these formative years, the si...

Quade, Quentin L. (person)

Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994 (person)

Jacques Ellul was born on January 6, 1912 in Bordeaux, France. He excelled in Latin, French, German and history in the public schools in Bordeaux and after graduation he intended to serve in the navy, but followed his father's wishes and studied law. It was while he was a student that his Christian faith began to take shape. In 1936 Ellul obtained his doctorate and he began teaching Law at Montpellier (1937-1938) and later at Strasbourg and Clermont-Ferrand. He was known as a demanding professor...

Trager, Frank N (person)

Bainton, Roland Herbert, 1894-1984 (person)

Roland Bainton was born in England and emigrated first to Canada in 1898 and then to the United States in 1902. He received a B.A. from Whitman College, a B.D. from Yale Divinity School, and a Ph.D. from Yale, as well as many honorary degrees. Bainton taught church history at Yale Divinity School from 1920 to 1962, serving as Titus Street Professor of Ecclesiastical History from 1936. Bainton wrote prolifically and was an authority on Luther and the Reformation, Christian attitudes toward war, C...

Whipple, William D. (William Denison), 1826-1902 (person)

Slater, C. Peter (person)

Reeder, John P. (person)

Hurwitz, Francis L. (person)

Alexander, Leo (person)

Stumpf, Samuel E. (person)

Emory university (corporateBody)

The Baccalaureate service is an inter-religious ceremony for all graduating Emory University students receiving bachelor's degrees and consists of prayers, music, and an address by the Emory University President. The Commencement ceremony includes all Emory University graduates and consists of an address by the commencement speaker, the conferral of honorary degrees and awards, and the conferral of degrees en masse. From the description of Emory University Baccalaureate and Commencem...

Muste, A. J. (Abraham John), 1885-1967 (person)

Clergyman, pacifist. From the description of Reminiscences of Abraham John Muste : oral history, 1954. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309741542 From the description of Reminiscences of Abraham John Muste : oral history, 1965. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122681124 A.J. Muste (1885-1967). Muste's involvement as a labor organizer began in 1919. When he led strikes in the textile mills of Lawrenc...

Buchanan, Linda (person)

Hart, Ray L. (person)

Brown, Robert McAfee (person)

Thompson, Kenneth (person)

Penzel, Klaus (person)

Vahanian, Gabriel, 1927-2012 (person)

Grant, Robert (person)

Epithet: merchant British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000839.0x0002d7 Epithet: KCH, MP British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000386.0x0000f0 Epithet: Creator of Mss Eur E308 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001244.0x0000e9 Epithet: of Fortrose ...

Werpehowski, William (person)

Stringfellow, William (person)

William Stringfellow (1928-1985) was an American lawyer and Episcopal lay theologian. He received his law degree from Harvard University. As a member of the group ministry at the well-known East Harlem Protestant Parish, he lived in Spanish Harlem while practicing law. Stringfellow was an active proponent of civil rights and of racial and social justice. He wrote several books, including Dissenter in a Great Society, Free in Obedience, and A Private and Public Faith . Ja...

Jackson, Henry M. (Henry Martin), 1912-1983 (person)

Jackson's tenure in the House was briefly interrupted by service in the U.S. Army. He enlisted in 1943, but was recalled by President Roosevelt to congressional service after basic training. Jackson was assigned to the Government Operations Committee's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, a position which quickly put him at the center of the un-American activities controversies and in the national spotlight. He won recognition ...

Institute of Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences. Hastings Center (corporateBody)

Pope, Liston, 1909-1974 (person)

Liston Corlando Pope was born on September 6, 1909 in Thomasville, North Carolina. He was educated at Duke University (A.B., 1929; B.D., 1932) and Yale University (Ph.D., 1940). He served as pastor of churches in North Carolina and New Haven, Connecticut (1932-1938), professor of Social Ethics (1938-1973) and Dean (1949-1962) of Yale Divinity School, author and editor. He was active in the Congregational Christian Churches denomination (1850-1960) and the ecumenical movement, particularly the Wo...

Allen, Joseph L., 1935- (person)

Nelson, Paul. (person)

Smith, David Anthony, 1928- (person)

Edwards, Carl N. (person)

Smith, Eugene L. (person)

Brown University. (corporateBody)

In 1917 the university established the Brown War Records Bureau, whose intention was to "collect and preserve a record of all Brown men who are serving in the present war". Brown faculty, students and alumni who were in the military were asked to fill out a small card called "Are you in the war?" and to send original letters, clippings or photographs which "have any bearing on the service of Brown men in the war." This collection is partly a result of that effort. From the guide to t...

Davis, Harry Rex, 1921- (person)

P. F. Collier and Son Corporation (corporateBody)

Painter, John D. (person)

Marxsen, Roger (person)

Katz, Howard C. (person)

Holt, Rinehart and Winston Publishers (corporateBody)

Koinonia Society, Princeton Theological Seminary (corporateBody)

Moore, Francis D. (Francis Daniels), 1913-2001 (person)

Moore (Harvard, M.D. 1939) was appointed Moseley Professor of Surgery at the Harvard Medical School and surgeon-in-chief at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in 1948. Moore's work in surgical research has related to the metabolic care of the postoperative patient, application of radioactive isotopes to surgical studies, the surgery of duodenal ulcer, breast cancer, and tissue transplantation. From the description of Papers of Francis Daniels Moore, 1954-1962; 1976-1997 (bulk). (Harvard...

Stassen, Glen Harold, 1936-.... (person)

Kirkland, William H. (William Hudson), 1832-1910 (person)

Pioneer cattleman; arrived in Tucson in 1856, and raised the first American flag over Tucson when the Mexican soldiers left following the Gadsden Purchase. He worked in ranching, farming, mining, and the lumber business as well as serving as Justice of the Peace in several communities. Thomas Steele married Elizabeth Kirkland, William's daughter, and they ranched near Willcox, Tempe, and Ajo, Ariz. In 1907, Thomas worked in Cananea, Mexico putting timber in the copper mines. From the...

Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1961 (corporateBody)

Prenctice-Hall published The Most Likely to Succeed, by John Dos Passos. From the description of Correspondence to Van Wyck Brooks, 1954. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 183400781 ...

McCord, James I. (person)

St. Anselm's Abbey (corporateBody)

Pelikán, Jaroslav (person)

Lovett, Sidney (person)

Ramsey Family (family)

Harned, David B. (person)

Tucker, Robert W. (person)

Cahn, Edmond (person)

Forman, Charles W (person)

Charles William Forman was born on March 3, 1821 in Washington, Kentucky. After entering the family business manufacturing hemp, he was converted at a revival meeting when he was twenty years old. He felt burdened for the salvation of slaves on Kentucky plantations and tried to establish a ministry for them, but without success. He attended Centre College in Kentucky and then Princeton Theological Seminary. He was ordained as a Presbyterian minister on July 7, 1847 and on the same d...

Mansell, Marion E. (person)

Maggi, Richard P. (person)

Green, Ronald M. (person)

Nuclear War Institute (corporateBody)

Haselden, Kyle (person)

Lindsley, Karen (person)

Schmidt, David P., 1953- (person)

Ostling, Richard (person)

Oates, Whitney J. (person)

Boyle, Ashby (person)

Murphy, Roland E. (Roland Edmund), 1917-2002 (person)

Interfaith Association of Bryn Mawr (corporateBody)

Cuninggim, Merrimon, 1911-1995 (person)

Augustus Merrimon Cuninggim was born in 1911 to Jesse Lee & Maud Merrimon Cuninggim in Wesley Hall, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, where his father was a professor in the Biblical Studies Department. Cuninggim received his B.A. from Vanderbilt in 1931. He received his M.A. from Duke University and, as a Rhodes Scholar, attended Oxford University in 1933 where he received a B.A., M.A., and Diploma in Theology. He became an intercollegiate tennis champion in Britain, held national ra...

Thomas, George F. (George Finger), 1899- (person)

Fortress Press. (corporateBody)

Bettis, Joseph (person)

Dirks, John Edward, 1919- (person)

Princeton Pro-Life (corporateBody)

Childress, James (person)

York University (corporateBody)

Key, David Martin (person)

Blecker, Michael (person)

Westminster Press (corporateBody)

The Westminster Press was the official trade name for the publishing activities of the Presbyterian Church. Founded in 1833, the function of the press was to publish church school teaching materials, religious fiction and non-fiction, and wholesome literature for youth. From the description of Book illustrations, 1947-1970 (bulk: 1947-1958) / Westminster Press. (Presbyterian Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 10283338 ...

Brosnahan, John B. (person)

Jamison, Leland (person)

Watson, David L., 1934- (person)

Porter, Otto (person)

Hollenbach, David (person)

Buzzard, Sir Anthony (person)

Firestone Library (corporateBody)

Davies, W. D. (person)

Wood, James E. (person)

Goheen, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1919-2008 (person)

Robert F. Goheen was the president of Princeton University from July 1957 until March 1971. Robert Francis (Bob) Goheen was born in India in August 1919, where his father was a Presbyterian medical missionary. He lived in India until he was fifteen, when he enrolled in the Lawrenceville School, graduating two years later. He entered Princeton University as a member of the class of 1940, and graduated with Highest Honors in the Humanities Program. After one year of gradua...

Cain, David (person)

Camenisch, Paul F. (person)

Blackwell's Booksellers (corporateBody)

Felt, James W., 1926- (person)

Martin, James A. (person)

Shriver, Donald (person)

Coalter, Joe (person)

Peteet, Dennie R. (person)

Kee, Howard (person)

Coulson, Robert E. (person)

Barbour, Ian G. (person)

Student Christian Movement of Great Britain and Ireland (corporateBody)

Affiliated with the World Student Christian Federation. From the description of Records of the Student Christian Movement of Great Britain and Ireland, 1914-1979 (inclusive). (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 702152698 ...

Pfuetze, Paul (person)

Van Eys, Jan, 1929-.... (person)

Jan Van Eys, M.D., Ph.D. moved from the Netherlands to the United States to study biochemistry at Vanderbilt University where he received his Ph.D. in 1955. In 1957, he joined the faculty at Vanderbilt acting as Assistant Professor of Biochemistry. An interest in clinical activities led to his leaving Vanderbilt to study medicine at the University of Washington. He completed his medical education at the University of Washington in 1966 and then returned to Vanderbilt where he accepted an appoint...

Clancy, William (person)

Sobell, Morton, 1917-2018 (person)

Morton Sobell (April 11, 1917 – December 26, 2018) was an American engineer who is known for having been convicted of spying for the Soviet Union when it was an ally of the United States during late World War II; he was charged as part of a conspiracy said to include Julius Rosenberg and his wife, and others. Sobell worked on military and government contracts with General Electric and Reeves Electronics in the 1940s, including during World War II. Sobell was tried and convicted of espionage in 1...

Earlham College (corporateBody)

Claghorn, George S. (person)

Society for Religion in Higher Education (corporateBody)

Joynt, Carey B., 1924- (person)

Callis, Kenneth R. (person)

Feinberg, Joel, 1926-2004 (person)

Cushman, Robert Earl (person)

Singer, Daniel (person)

SMITH, MARION L. (person)

Rockford College. (corporateBody)

Guggenheim Foundation. (corporateBody)

Vanderlaan, James (person)

Kennan, George, 1845-1924 (person)

Noted traveler, lecturer, and investigative reporter. Born in Norwalk, Ohio on 16 Feb. 1845; died at Medina, N.Y. on 10 May 1924. From the description of John Henderson, artist : a psychological study, [between 1900 and 1920]. (Buffalo History Museum). WorldCat record id: 74336703 American journalist. From the description of George Kennan letters, 1888-1892 [manuscript]. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647812360 From the description of Auto...

Battaglia, Anthony (person)

Albion College (corporateBody)

National Council on Religion in Higher Education (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Shriver, Sargent, 1915-2011 (person)

Robert Sargent Shriver (b. 1915-d. Jan. 18, 2011), brother-in-law of John F. Kennedy, lawyer, businessman, government official, and diplomat, was Assistant General Manager, Merchandise Mart from 1948 to 1961. During and after the Kennedy administration, her served as the Director of the Peace Corps from 1961 to 1966, Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity from 1964 to 1968, and Special Assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson from 1965 to 1968. Shriver later served as Ambassador to Franc...

Freedman, David (person)

Hesburgh, Theodore Martin, 1917-.... (person)

Priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross; executive vice-president (1949-1952) and president (1952-1987) of the University of Notre Dame; member (1957-1972) and chairman (1969-1972) of the United States Commission on Civil Rights. From the description of Papers, 1941-[ongoing]. (University of Notre Dame). WorldCat record id: 25419997 Priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross who was awarded the St. Edward's University's Quest Medal in 1975. Among his many significant jobs and...

Long, Edward Le Roy (person)

Cook, William J. (person)

Hunt, George L. (person)

Rudenstine, Neil L. (person)

Wesley Foundation (corporateBody)

Smith, Seymour (person)

Epithet: of Peckham Rye British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001199.0x0001b6 ...

Capron, Alexander M. (person)

Branscomb, Bennett Harvie, 1894-1998 (person)

Branscomb became a member of the Library Council in 1928 and served as Director of the Duke University Library from 1934 to 1941. From the description of Bennett H. Branscomb papers, 1922-1952. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 162128116 ...

Vaux, Kenneth (person)

Mestres, Ricardo A. (person)

Lynn, Robert W. (person)

Walters, LeRoy (person)

Outka, Gene (person)

Baker Book Company (corporateBody)

Special Committee of the Faculty on Religious Education, Princeton University (corporateBody)

Miller, William Lee (person)

Dodds, Harold W. (Harold Willis), 1889-1980 (person)

University president. From the description of Reminiscences of Harold W. Dodds : oral history, 1966. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309732973 From the description of Reminiscences of Harold W. Dodds : oral history, 1968. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122419418 ...

Grisez, Germain Gabriel, 1929-.... (person)

Bailey, Sydney (person)

Harris, Joseph Bailey (person)

Edwards, David L. (David Lawrence), 1929- (person)

Hendel, Charles William, 1890- (person)

Jones, W. Paul (person)

Gardner, E. Clinton (person)

Phillips, James (James B.) (person)

Epithet: running footman to George, 4th Duke of Marlborough British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000243.0x0002eb Epithet: of Add MS 20191 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000243.0x0002e7 Epithet: Surgeon at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:...

Center for Policy Research (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Halperin, Morton H. (person)

Political scientist. From the description of Papers of Morton H. Halperin, 1961-1997. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71132682 ...

Cutler, Donald R. (person)

Lehmann, Paul (person)

Epithet: of MS Facsimile 179 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001197.0x0000ee Epithet: mediaevalist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001240.0x0000a9 ...

Niebuhr, H. Richard (Helmut Richard), 1894-1962 (person)

Helmut Richard Niebuhr (1894-1962), a leading twentieth-century American Protestant theologian and churchman, is known for his contributions to Christian ethics, for his social analysis of American denominationalism, his interpretation of American religious history, study of American theological education, and authorship of books and essays advancing "theocentric" theology. The younger brother of theologian Reinhold Niebuhr, Helmut was born in Missouri, and was educated at Elmhurst College, Eden...

Knox, John, 1720-1790 (person)

Epithet: Major -General British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000753.0x0001af ...

West, Charles, 1927- (person)

Epithet: MD, FRCP British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000352.0x000318 ...

Helms, Jesse. (person)

McEllhenney, John Galen (person)

Stackhouse, Max L. (person)

Kimnach, Wilson H. (person)

Frei, Hans W. (person)

1922 Apr 29 Born in Breslau, Germany to Wilhelm and Magda Frankfurter Frei; his father was on the medical faculty of the University of Breslau 1935 1938 Attended Friends' School, Saffron Walden, Essex, England ...

Niebuhr, Reinhold, 1892-1971 (person)

Correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Reinhold Niebuhr and his wife, Ursula Niebuhr. From the description of Letters, 1935-1982, n.d., to Lewis Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155873776 Theologian, philosopher, and author. From the description of Papers of Reinhold Niebuhr, 1907-1994 (bulk 1930-1990). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71063622 Theologian. From the description of Reminiscences of Reinhold Niebuhr...

Dix, William (person)

Nielsen, Niels C., Jr (person)

The Bucknell University Christian Association (corporateBody)

Paffrath, Leslie (person)

Cooper, Jack (person)

Adams, James P., 1965- (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 38217 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000741.0x0000d6 Mormon missionary. From the guide to the James Adams diary, 1900-1902, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) ...

Schafer, Thomas A. (person)

Lyons, Gene M. (person)

Hehir, J. Bryan (person)

Pittsburgh Festival on the Gospels (corporateBody)

Carney, Frederick S. (person)

Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable (corporateBody)

Burrell, David B. (person)

Professor of philosophy, University of Notre Dame, 1964- From the description of Papers 1972-1974 (University of Notre Dame). WorldCat record id: 26297413 ...

Catholic University of America (corporateBody)

The Catholic University of America (CUA) is a private university located in Washington, D.C. in the United States. It is a pontifical university of the Catholic Church in the United States and the only institution of higher education founded by the U.S. Catholic bishops.[7] Established in 1887 as a graduate and research center following approval by Pope Leo XIII on Easter Sunday,[8] the university began offering undergraduate education in 1904. The university's campus lies within the Brookland n...

Brauer, Jerald C. (person)

Jerald Brauer, historian, minister, professor, and dean. The Jerald Brauer Papers consist of ninety-three and a half linear feet and include correspondence, memos, minutes, reports, manuscripts, notes, speeches, published materials, and audio recordings. The papers document Brauer's career as a historian, professor of the history of Christianity in the Divinity School of the University of Chicago, Dean of the Federated Theological Faculties and the Divinity School, and author and editor of many ...

Jefferson, H. B. (person)

Holmer, Paul (person)

Neuhaus, Richard John (person)

University of Oklahoma. (corporateBody)

Curran, Charles E. (person)

Fagley, Richard (person)

Walsh, Joseph L. (person)

Nesbitt, C. F. (person)

Parke, David B (person)

David Boynton Parke ( 1928- ) was born in Buffalo, New York . He received an AB from Antioch College in 1952, a BD from Meadville Seminary in 1955, and a PhD from Boston University in 1965 . Ordained a Unitarian minister in 1956, he served congregations in Peterborough, New Hampshire ( 1955-1960 ); Germantown, Pennsylvania ( 1964-1971 ); and Reading ( 1972-1974 ) and Brewster, Massachusetts ( 1973-1980 ). Parke was a professor at the Theological School of St. Lawrence University ; the founder an...

Prospect Cooperative Club (corporateBody)

Hudson Institute (corporateBody)

National Federation of Catholic Physicians' Guilds (corporateBody)

Eddy, William (person)

Smith, Claude A. (person)

Duke Divinity School (corporateBody)

Reich, Warren (person)

Wechsler, Harlan J. (Harlan Jay) (person)

Moore, Maurice J. (person)

O'Conner, Donald (person)

Weber, Theodore R. (person)

Theodore R. Weber is Professor Emeritus of Social Ethics at Candler School of Theology, Emory University. He received his Ph.D. from Yale University. He is the author of Ethics and International Politics in the Thought of Don Luigi Sturzo (1958), Modern War and the Pursuit of Peace (1968), Foreign Policy Is Your Business (1972), and Politics in the Order of Salvation: New Directions in Wesleyan Political Ethics (2001). From the description of Theodore R. Weber papers, 1949-1996, unda...

Finger, H. Ellis (person)

Eliade, Mircea, 1907-1986 (person)

Mircea Eliade (1907-1986), Romanian historian of religions and author, and professor in the University of Chicago Divinity School and Committee on Social Thought, 1957-1986. The papers include correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, publications, audio and video recordings, and personal materials and artifacts. From the description of Mircea Eliade papers, 1926-1998 (inclusive) (University of Chicago Library). WorldCat record id: 606590136 Mircea Eliade (13 Ma...

Gordis, Robert, 1908- (person)

Macquarrie, John (person)

Reagan, James E., 1952- (person)

Gross, John O. (John Owen), 1894-1971 (person)

Nelson, J. Robert (John Robert), 1920- (person)

Ecumenist, theologian, journalist, ethicist. Born in Winona Lake, Indiana, August 21, 1920, son of William John and Agnes Dorothy (Soderborg) Nelson. He attended DePauw University (B.A. 1941), Yale University (B.D. 1944) and the University of Zurich (Th. D. 1951). Ordained in the Methodist Church in 1944, he served as Director of the Wesley Foundation (Chapel Hill NC) from 1946-48, and as Associate Director of the Wesley Foundation (Urbana IL) from 1950-51. From 1951-53 ...

Hanus, Jerome (person)

Scharff, Gary M. (person)

Bresnahan, James F. (person)

Visnapu, Naima (person)

Harrelson, Walter J. (person)

Russett, Bruce M. (person)

Coriden, James A. (person)

Manschreck, Clyde (person)

Oxford University Press, Inc., 1964, 1971 (corporateBody)

Williams, Daniel (person)

Epithet: Police-Magistrate British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000300.0x000088 ...

Eckardt, A. Roy (Arthur Roy), 1918- (person)

Editor of the Journal of Bible and religion. From the description of Correspondence with Chaim Potok, 1964-1965. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 699483991 ...

Adams, Harry B. (person)

Fleck, James C. (person)

Allers, Ulrich Stephan (person)

Moore, Ross. (person)

Berthold, Fred, 1922- (person)

The Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation (corporateBody)

Barnette, Henlee (person)

Lawler, Justus George (person)

Raney, Mrs. Clay H. (person)

Henry, Stuart C. (Stuart Clark) (person)

Garrison, R. Benjamin (person)

Armitage, Sir Arthur (person)

Stendahl, Krister (person)

Krister Stendahl (1921- ) graduated from the University of Uppsala in Sweden with a BD in 1944, a Teol. lic. in 1949, and a ThD in 1954. He is an ordained clergyman in the Church of Sweden (Lutheran) and pastor in the Lutheran Church of America. He served the dioceses of Stockholm and Uppsala until 1951 and taught biblical studies at Uppsala University until 1954, when he joined the faculty of Harvard Divinity School . He became the John H. Morrison Professorship of New Testament Studies in 1958...

Sheed and Ward Inc. (corporateBody)

Association Press (corporateBody)

Ayd, Frank J., jr (person)

Murray, John Courtney (person)

Horan, Dennis J. (person)

May, William E. (person)

Ferré, Nels F. S. (Nels Frederick Solomon), 1908-1971 (person)

Congregational clergyman, professor at Andover Newton Theological School, Vanderbilt University, Parson College, and College of Wooster. From the description of Papers, 1940-1968. (Andover Newton Theological School). WorldCat record id: 39218447 ...

Barry, Robert (person)

Epithet: R C Bishop of Cork and Cloyne British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000814.0x000393 Epithet: Lieutenant; 85th Foot British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000814.0x000391 ...

Giannella, Donald A. (person)

VanderMarck, William (person)

Guess, R. Malcolm (Richard Malcolm), 1889-1961 (person)

Dyck, Arthur J., 1932-.... (person)

Siegel, Seymour (person)

Professor of Theology and Ethics at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. From the description of Correspondence to Chaim Potok, 1964-1981. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 712176978 Seymour Siegel was born September 12, 1927 in Chicago, Illinois. He was educated at University of Chicago, received his M.H.L. in 1951 and D.H.L. in 1958 from Jewish Theological Seminary, New York City where he was a professor of Jewish Ethics and Theology. He was ...

Jones, Howard Henry W. (person)

National Right to Life (corporateBody)

Ecclestone, G. S. (Giles S.) (person)

Ahlers, Rolf (person)

Chalmers, Mr. and Mrs. A. Burns (person)

Tillich, Paul, 1886-1965 (person)

Byrne, Brendan T. (person)

Gustavsson, Roger (person)

Clark, Henry B. (Henry Balsley), 1930- (person)

Epithet: of Spinkhill in the parish of Eckington, co. Derby, yeoman British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000615.0x0000ef ...

New York university. School of law (corporateBody)

The School of Law, founded 1835 and revived in 1858, became larger, more competitive, and more professional in the early decades of the 20th century. The admission of women in 1890 and a merger with the Metropolis Law School in 1895 gave the School of Law male and female students, including black male students, and both professional and business curricula for women. From the description of Records, Office of the Dean of the School of Law 1915-1932. (New York University). WorldCat rec...

McGill University (corporateBody)

National Transplant Information Center (corporateBody)

King, Thomas J. (person)

American Citizens Concerned for Life (corporateBody)

Mickey, Robert G. (person)

Aiden Kavanagh (person)

Condliffe, Peter G., 1922- (person)

Fletcher, Joseph (person)

Epithet: of Blackburn British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001242.0x000056 ...

Balinski, Rebecca H. (person)

Millsaps College (corporateBody)

Weigle, Luther A. (person)

Doubleday and Company, inc. (corporateBody)

Biographical Note 1906, Feb. 25 Born, Madison, N.J. 1928 A.B., Willamette University,Salem, Oreg. 1930 Clerk, Doubleday & Co.'s Pennsylvania Station bookstore, New York, N.Y. 1934 ...

Harrison, Paul M. (person)

Oxnam, Robert Fisher (person)

Columbia University. Press (corporateBody)

The Columbia University Press, one of the oldest and largest of American university presses, was founded in 1893. The Press has published dissertations and other works by academic authors from Columbia University and elsewhere, series of books and other publications for departments of the University, periodicals, and other works. From the description of Columbia University Press records, 1893-[ca. 1960], 1923-[1960] (bulk). (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat reco...

Beloit College (corporateBody)

Barnett, Das Kelley (person)

Barth, Eugene (person)

Torrance, Thomas (person)

Keim, James A. (person)

Historical Evaluation and Research Organization (HERO) (corporateBody)

Sadler, Alfred and Blair (person)

Dallas County Medical Society (corporateBody)

O'Donovan, Oliver (person)

Berger, Peter L., 1929- (person)

Leith, John H. (person)

Andreini, Paul H. (person)

Mudge, Lewis Seymour (person)

Koziol, Geoffrey. (person)

Meilaender, Gilbert Carl (person)