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Adalbert Goertz Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.289
  • Collection
  • 1950-2010

Articles/publications, research notes, physics notebooks, Goede family VHS tape, correspondence, photos, physics PhD and masters dissertations, audio cassette of lecture

Goertz, Adalbert, 1928-2011

African American Mennonite Association Records 1974-1993

  • US MCUSAA I/06/007
  • Collection
  • 1969-2001

Records of the African American constituency group of the (old) Mennonite Church. Emerging from the Minority Ministries Council, the African American Mennonite Association began its orginizational life as the Black Council or Black Caucus.  In the early 1980s the name was changed to the African American Mennonite Association (AAMA).  The AAMA strove to support black and racially integrated congregations in the (old) Mennonite Church through annual assemblies and programming, leadership training, educational opportunites, and congregational economic development.

Records are divided into the following series:

(1) Founding and Governing Documents

(2) Assemblies and Events

(3) Dockets and Minutes

(4) Photographs

(5) Educational Program Records

(6) Correspondence and Subject Files

(7) Sound Recordings

African American Mennonite Association

A.J. Metzler Papers 1919-1996

  • US MCUSAA HM1/417
  • Collection
  • 1826-1996

Personal papers of A. J. (Abram Jacob)  Metzler, consisting of sermon outlines, correspondence, subject files, and audio recordings. Records of Metzler's travels and work abroad are included, as are his published articles, his files on congregations he pastored, and a biography of him along with family records.

This collection is divided into the following series:

(1) Sermon Outlines, 1927-1983

(2) Correspondence and Subject Files, 1826, 1919-1993

(3) Audio Recordings, 1956-1996

(4) Photographs and Video Recordings, 1882-1991

Metzler, Abram Jacob, 1902-1996

Arthur and Anna Peters Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.239
  • Collection
  • 1930-1980

Includes correspondence, clippings, notes, genealogical information, photos, in a complete jumble.

Most of the material seems to relate to Anna Peters' extended family, more so than Arthur's.

Box 1 includes a note about Arthur Peters' military service, and a cassette tape. Also a Confederate $50 bill in poor condition. And some pencil drawings. Cassette tape in box 1 digitized as elecrec/acc915, June 2018.

Box 4 contains diaries of Mrs. Peter Regier nee Wiens, some German sermons.

Boxes 5 and 6 are mostly photos.

"Box" 7 is a map folder containing genealogy charts.

"Box" 8 is a map folder containing an oversize newspaper item.

Peters, Arthur H., 1908-1980

Ben Boese Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.246
  • Collection
  • 1930-1990

Box 1: books, pamphlets (farm machinery), slides, cassette tape

Box 2: books. clippings, Boese family letters, Boese family information

Box 3: agriculture and machinery periodicals and brochures

Box 4: family history information

Boese, Ben, 1910-1996

Beulah Stauffer Hostetler Papers 1900-2005

  • US MCUSAA HM1/950
  • Collection
  • 1866-2005

The personal papers of Beulah Stauffer Hostetler, consisting of creative and academic writings, correspondence, photographs, recordings, and miscellaneous subject files related to her research into Old Order life and her time as a professor at Elizabethtown College. Materials from her family members, particularly her father Ezra Stauffer, are also included.

These papers are divided into the following series:

(1) Essays and Writings, 1942-2003

(2) Correspondence, 1944-2005

(3) Family History and Geneology, 1866-2005

(4) Subject Files and Miscellaneous, 1944-2004

(5) Photographs, 1890-1992

(6) Audiovisual Materials, 1980-2005

Hostetler, Beulah Stauffer, 1926-2005

C. H. Suckau Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.260
  • Collection
  • 1920-1945

Papers collected by Jeff A. Steely, for a Bethel College history seminary paper in spring 1988. Includes sermons, correspondence, diary (photocopy), and a cassette tape of an interview with Loris Habegger.

Suckau, Cornelius Herman, 1881-1951

Calvary Hour Records

  • US MCUSAA HM1/956
  • Collection
  • 1935-2007

The Calvary Hour Records are divided into six series:

(1) Sermons, 1940-2002

(2) Publications and Publicity, 1935-2007

(3) Administrative Files, 1937-2007

(4) Photographs, Circa 1935-2002

(5) Sound Recordings, 1953-2007

(6) Radio Show "Formats," Circa 1965-2000

Detweiler, Bill, 1929-

Catherine Mumaw Papers 1958-2003

  • US GCA V/04/018-012
  • Collection
  • 1897-2008

These papers are divided into three series:

(1) Research, Publications, and Presentations, 1954-2008

(2) Teaching Materials, 1971-1995

(3) Miscellaneous, 1897-2003

Mumaw, Catherine, 1932-

Charles L., Crissie (Yoder), and Lydia F. (Shenk) Shank Family Papers

  • US MCUSAA HM1/638
  • Collection
  • 1907-1995

A set of family papers documenting the lives of Charles L. Shank, his first wife, Crissie Yoder Shank, his second wife, Lydia F. Shenk Shank, the Shank children, Lydia Shank's sister and brother-in-law (Lillie and James Norman Kaufman), and other assorted Shank family members.  Materials include incoming correspondence documenting Mennonite missionary work, photographs, school materials, circle letters circulated among the Shank's children, articles and other writings of Lydia Shank, collected prayers of  international Christian women in the 1950s, a number of sound recordings of funerals and memorial services, and other miscellaneous family materials.

Shank, Charles L., 1886-1969

Christmas Carol Kauffman Papers 1928-1969

  • US MCUSAA HM1/497
  • Collection
  • 1912-2006

These papers documeting the life of a Mennonite woman author are divided into three series:

(1) Publishing Files, 1928-1976

(2) Personal and Family Correspondence and Writing, 1912-2006

(3) Miscellaneous, 1926-1990

Civilian Public Service Camp No. 58 (Farnhurst, Del.) Collection 1942-1949, 1990-2013

  • US MCUSAA HM1/955
  • Collection
  • 1942-2013

This collection documents the activities of members of the Civilian Public Service (CPS) Camp #58 in Farnhurst, Delaware from 1942 through 1946. Camp reunion files give insight into how the CPS experience affected the lives of those who served. Included are D. Paul Miller's personal scrapbook during his time of service, materials related to the camp's softball team (the Red Comb Arrows), The Crusaders Quartet, and later circle letters and reunion documents.

Miller, David Paul, 1917-2018

Clinton Brick Mennonite Church (Goshen, Ind.) Records

  • US MCUSAA III/14/018
  • Collection
  • 1921-2014

Records created by Clinton Brick Mennonite Church in Goshen, Indiana. Records from the Church Council are included, as are records from the Sewing Circle, Mennonite Youth Fellowship, and other committees and commissions. Church bulletins and newsletters ("Clinton Brick Caller") are also included.

Clinton Brick Mennonite Church (Goshen, Ind.)

Don Blosser Papers

  • US GCA HM1/767
  • Collection
  • 1980-2010

The collection consists primarily of correspondence concerning "A Crisis Among Mennonites: in Education: in Publication" by George R. Brunk  II (1983), political and social issues, and his work with Goshen College and the Mennonite Board of Congregational Ministries.  Also included in the collection is a diary of his experiences in 2008 as Interim Lead Pastor at First Mennonite Church in Berne, Ind. and sound recordings of a six sermon series preached at College Mennonite Church (Goshen, Ind.) in 1986.

Blosser, Don

Elizabeth D. Goertz Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.414
  • Collection
  • 1921-1986

analog audio recording and cassette copy (digitized version in elecrec/acc340)

correspondence 1930-1986

biographical information

will 1953

scrapbook 1921 of trip to China

Goertz, Elizabeth D., 1892-1986

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