Walter L. Lingle papers, 1898-1953.
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The Mountain Retreat Association was established by Reverend John C. Collins of New Haven, Connecticut, in 1897. The name of the Association was shortened to Montreat during Collins' lifetime. The Presbyterian Church puchased the area in 1907. From the description of Mountain Retreat Association prospectus and letter, 1898. (Western North Carolina Library Network). WorldCat record id: 316309718 ...
Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Ad Interim Committee on Training Men for the Ministry and Reducing the Number of Theological Seminaries.
Walter Lingle was the 11th president of Davidson College. A member of the Davidson class of 1892, he also attended Union Theological Seminary, graduating in 1896. He taught Hebrew and Greek at the seminary for two years before beginning a career in the ministry. Lingle served as pastor in Dalton, Ga.; Rock Hill, S.C.; and Atlanta, Ga. In 1913 he became a professor at Union Theological Seminary. From 1918 to 1921 he was president of the Presbyterian General Assembly's Training School. He resigned...
Wilbert Webster White was born in Nankin, Ohio on Jan. 16, 1863. He was awarded the Ph. D. from Yale in 1891. He became a professor at Xenia Theological Seminary, then became an associate directior of the Moody Bible Institute. In 1900 he founded the Bible Teachers Training College which later became the Winona Bible School and then the Biblical Seminary in New York. He retired from the presidency in Oct. of 1938. His death occurred Aug. 12, 1944. [Biblical Seminary became the New York Theologic...
Henry Hayes Sweets was a Presbyterian minister; executive secretary of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S. (PCUS) Executive Committee of Christian Education and Ministerial Relief, 1904-1943; and moderator of the PCUS General Assembly, 1935. Sweets also wrote numerous books and articles on Christian education. From the description of Henry Hayes Sweets papers, 1879-1952. (Presbyterian Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 540778874 ...
Egbert W. Smith, a Presbyterian minister, worked for the Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Executive Committee of Foreign Missions as Executive Secretary, 1912-1932, and as Field Secretary, 1932-1944. From the description of Egbert W. Smith papers, 1912-1944. (Presbyterian Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 427897568 Egbert Watson Smith was valedictorian of the Davidson College class of 1882. After graduation, he attended Union Theological Seminary. He served as a pastor...