Diaries and databooks kept by T. K. Hershey. Entries are fairly descriptive and discuss Hershey's daily appointments and activities. This series includes special diaries kept during trips. Researchers should note that there are gaps in this series.
Includes curricula vitae, obituaries, bibliographies of Yoder's works, an interview with Yoder's parents, funeral service materials, a copy of Anne Marie Guth Yoder's biography, and other miscellaneous materials.
Over 250 questionnaires filled out by pastors about college student presentations and musical performances in worship, congregational settings, and community settings from 1950 to 1960. Researchers should note that box and folder numbers for this series do not match the current physical arrangement.
Includes a financial ledger (1903-1920), records of Hallman's teaching at Hesston Bible College, materials on the Martin-Hallman Clothing Company, photographs of Daniel Kauffman and T. K. Hershey, and other miscellaneous materials.
John Powell's correspondence and subject files during his tenure as executive secretary of the Minority Ministries Council. Of particular note are the records pertaining to AFRAM (African Afro-Americans Inter-Mennonite Unity Conference) of 1972.
Arranged alphabetically, the subject files reflect the many activities of the organization from Asia Mennonite Conference to World Mission Training Task Force. Included are financial records and correspondence.
Records Kraybill maintained about his contacts with congregants in the congregations he served. These include dates of visits, topics discussed, and sometimes notes regarding the congregant's difficulties or spirit. Kraybill also pasted in obituaries or other announcements when congregants of family members appeared in local newspapers. These records are restricted until January 2, 2035.
Krabill's thorough daily record of his personal and pastoral activities. Like the pastoral visition records, the diaries contain many details about the lives of his congregants. The diaries also contain information about Krabill's home and family life.