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- United Church of Christ 2
- Beach, David Nelson, 1894-1990 1
- Berkeley Divinity School 1
- Booth, Chauncey, 1783-1851 1
- Bushnell, Samuel Clarke, 1852-1930 1
- Catholic Church 1
- Connecticut. Commission on Child Welfare 1
- Corn, Wanda M. 1
- Davies, Henry 1
- Episcopal Church 1
- First Church in New Haven (New Haven, Conn.) 1
- Jones, Keith M., 1910-2002 1
- Ladd, William Palmer, 1870-1941 1
- Methodist Episcopal Church 1
- National Association of Congregational Christian Churches (U.S.) 1
- Nott, Eliphalet, 1773-1866 1
- Nott, Samuel, 1754-1852 1
- Nott, Samuel, 1788-1869 1
- Sanborn, Edward Stevens, 1866-1845 1
- Sanborn, Edward Stevens, 1866-1945 1 ∧ less
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- Stored offsite 8
- Stored onsite 2
- Stored onsite and offsite 1
Call Number: RG 60A
Overview: Correspondence, writings, collected material, and biographical records provide valuable documentation of Beach's Yale education, his work with the YMCA in France during World War I, his ministry, his contributions to the Congregational denomination, and the work of the Connecticut Civil Rights Commission. David Nelson Beach, Jr. (1894-1990) was a clergyman in New England and Minnesota, including at First Church of Christ (Center Church) in New Haven from 1943 to 1960. He served on the...
Call Number: RG 77
Overview: The papers consist primarily of manuscript sermons dating from 1877 to 1928. Samuel Clarke Bushnell (1852-1928), a Yale Divinity School graduate, was a Congregational minister in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Call Number: RG 85
Overview: Notes and writings document Davies' education and work. Henry Davies (1864-1940), was first a Congregational minister and later an Episcopal minister, primarily in Connecticut and Maryland. He was a lecturer on the History of Philosophy at Yale from 1896 to 1904.
Call Number: RG 322
Overview: This collection contains sermons and documentation of the life and work of a prominent Congregational minister in Connecticut who was active from 1940 to 1978. Substantial and comprehensive texts of sermons preached primarily in Wethersfield, CT provide an overview of issues and concerns of mainline American churches in the mid 20th century.
Dates: 1896-2007, bulk 1920-2002
Call Number: RG 136
Overview: Correspondence, sermons, writings, and collected material document the work of William Palmer Ladd (1870-1941), who was Dean of Berkeley Divinity School from 1918 to 1941. Of particular interest is documentation related to charges of socialism brought against Berkeley Divinity School and its Dean following a lecture on Russia delivered at the school in December 1919.
Call Number: RG 48
Overview: 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.
Call Number: RG 304
Overview: The Nott Family Papers document the life and work of three generations of family members. Eliphalet Nott (1773-1866) served as president of Union College for 62 years beginning in 1804. Eliphalet's brother Samuel Nott (1754-1852) was a Congregational minister in Franklin, Connecticut for 70 years. The bulk of the collection relates to Samuel's son, also named Samuel (1787-1869) who, with his wife Roxana Peck Nott, went to India as part of the first group of missionaries commissioned by the...
Call Number: RG 98
Overview: Sermons and biographical material document the life and work of a New England Congregational minister during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Edward Stevens Sanborn (1866-1945) was a Yale Divinity School graduate who served various Congregational parishes in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.
Call Number: RG 53
Overview: This collection represents primarily non-official documentation of life at Yale Divinity School. The official archives of the Yale University Divinity School are housed at Sterling Memorial Library. The Yale University Divinity School was formed as a separate department of the University in 1822. Since 1972 Berkeley Divinity School has been affiliated with Yale University Divinity School. The Institute of Sacred Music, founded at Yale in 1973, is also affiliated with the Divinity School.