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- Subject: Baptists X
- Yale Divinity Library 8
- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 2
- Manuscripts and Archives 1
- Baptists -- New England 5
- Baptists -- Clergy 3
- Clergy 3
- Baptists 2
- Baptists -- United States 2
- Missionaries 2
- Missions -- China 2
- New England -- Church history -- Sources 2
- African American Baptists -- Oklahoma 1
- African American business enterprises -- Oklahoma 1
- African American churches -- Oklahoma 1
- African American families 1
- African Americans 1
- African Americans -- Oklahoma 1
- African Americans -- Social life and customs 1
- Albuquerque (N.M.) -- Description and travel 1
- Arkansas River -- Description and travel 1
- Audiovisual materials 1
- Autobiographies (documents) -- Mexico -- 19th century 1
- Autobiographies (documents) -- United States -- 19th century 1 ∧ less
- American Baptist Foreign Mission Society 2
- Andover Newton Theological School 2
- Episcopal Church 2
- United Church of Christ 2
- Arce, José Antonio, 1784-1839? 1
- Backus, Isaac, 1724-1806 1
- Brush, John W. (John Woolman), 1898-1990 1
- Catholic Church 1
- Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) 1
- Colby College 1
- Foster family 1
- Foster, Clara Matilda Hess, 1859-1949 1
- Foster, John Barton, 1822-1897 1
- Foster, John Hess, 1891- 1
- Foster, John Marshall, 1857-1924 1
- Glass, Hugh, approximately 1780-approximately 1833 1
- Hartwell family 1
- Hartwell, Anna Burton, 1870-1961 1
- Hartwell, Charles Norris, 1884-1927 1
- Hartwell, Jesse Boardman, Jr., 1835-1912 1 ∧ less
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- Stored offsite 7
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Personal papers of Backus document his professional work and include diaries, travel journals, autobiographical statements, sermons, published and unpublished writings, and extracts from readings. Collected papers include correspondence and narratives chronicling the Separate Baptist struggle for religious freedom, gathered by Backus.
The John Woolman Brush papers consist of materials documented and compiled by John Brush himself throughout his career. The collection spans from Brush’s early life after high school in 1914 through his retirement, with the latest materials being comments from the late 1970’s in some of his earlier journals, and letters from the 1980’s.
The collection is split into five series: Correspondence, Educational Materials, Pastoral Materials, Writings, and Journals and Diaries.
This collection documents the professional work of William Hurlin, who served as pastor for various Baptist churches in New England and was also involved in Baptist work on the state level, particularly in New Hampshire.
Record Group 48 is an open collection composed of records from individual churches in the six New England states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
The papers consist of correspondence of approximately fifty incoming letters and two written by Rogers in 1790 and 1792. His correspondents are chiefly Baptist ministers of the United States and England, discussing church affairs, theological literature, politics, and emigration from England to the United States. Several anti-slavery societies are also mentioned in the letters.
The collection consists of diaries and other writings, correspondence, photographs, and other papers documenting the lives of Dr. Rowland Willard and his wife Elizabeth S. Willard. Dr. Willard's diaries and autobiography chronicle in particular his travels through New Mexico in 1825.