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Klippenstein, Peter H., 1878-1960
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Klippenstein, Peter H., 1878-1960
This is a collection of 112 books in German collected and donated by Mennonites. Most are from the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. Bibles, Bible studies and devotional books, church history, song books, story books and Bible stories comprise the bulk of the collection. Miscellaneous items incude four modern books of German local history for Guntersblum, Lindenfels, Wiebelsheim, and the Warndt.
Pacific Northwest Mennonite Historical Society
This comprehensive collection of church records includes annual meeting and history reports; minutes of church council, commission and annual meetings; reports from Women's meetings, anniversaries, library, and other groups; bulletins, calendars, phone lists, etc. The records are primarily grouped by terms of service by church pastors.
Zion Mennonite Church (Hubbard, Oregon)
Records for Indian Cove Mennonite Church including a History and Memories book, newsletter, sewing circle mintues and records and miscellaneous notes.
Indian Cove Mennonite Church (Hammett, Id.)
This collection of personal papers includes an extensive list of of papers by Western Mennonite School students on congregations, programs, organizations and church leaders of the Pacific Coast Conference; official papers and reports on the PCC, its congregations, programs, related organizations, events and activities, including reports on the 1-W program, agencies served and personal listings of participants.
Yoder, Paul E., 1912 - 1987
This collection contains the pre-integration planning for the merger of Pacific Coast Conference and Pacific District Conference and the operational records of the resulting Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference.
Mennonite Church USA. Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference
A small collection with assorted records from 1902-2021
Hopewell Mennonite Church (Hubbard, Or.)
The collection contains biographical and personal materials related to Anna Gertrude Penner’s extended career as a deaconess nurse, including a set of diaries spanning over fifty years. Perhaps most unique are papers related to her training as a public health worker and two years of work as a public school nurse in Newton (the first school nurse in Newton?), 1916-21.
Penner, Anna Gertrude, 1886-1967
A collection of documents related to the Academic operations at Western Mennonite School including principal's reporta and correspondence, enrollment reports, faculty memos, finances, handbooks, student aid and evaluation.
Western Mennonite School (Salem, Or.)
The collection consists mostly of photos, both of family and of deaconess and hospital activities and of Bethel College activities. Also included are a few items of personal memorabilia.
Lohrentz, Agnes, 1897-1991
Consists almost entirely of his diaries 1956-1985. The diaries are somewhat in the format of scientific lab notebooks, with numerous little drawings.
Also includes some funeral papers, wills, land records, military discharge, clippings, photos, death certificates.
Linscheid, Alfred G., 1897-1985
The bulk of the collection consists of sermons Alvin preached at the various congregations he served. While some are typed and some handwritten, almost all are verbatim manuscripts, not outlines or notes. Almost all clearly identify when and where the sermon was preached. He also saved some of his class notes from Hartford and Harvard, but very little from Bluffton and nothing from Messiah.
The collection contains no family or personal materials other than a couple folders of correspondence, mostly related to the Vietnam War. Nothing was found related to his experience growing up Old Order Amish or the family’s transition to Beachy Amish; unless he mentions this during oral history interviews in box 8.
Beachy, Alvin J., 1913-1986
This slide show consists of 80 color, sepia tone,and black and white slides. The slides depict life in Cambodia -- its people, culture and the events of the decade of the 1970s and early 1980s, the after effects of the Vietnam war which spilled over into Cambodia (1970-1975), the rule of terror under Pol Pot that followed (1975-1979), the plight of over 800,000 refugees by 1980, and the re-building efforts that followed. There are scenes of farming, commerce, rural and city landscapes, poverty, war, cruelty, destruction, military actions, prisoners and refugees. The presentation ends with slides showing Mennonite Central Committee's involvement in the country -- through sending material aid (laundry soap for hospitals, canned beef distributed through the Red Cross, and school kits for children). Included with these slides is a script and an audio cassette (see cassette #2315).
Mennonite Central Committee (Akron, Pennsylvania)