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Harold Moyer Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.323
  • Collection
  • 1961-1989

Box 1: Mennonite World Conference 1962

Mennonite World Conference 1978 - Creative Arts Council

Mennonite World Conference 1978 - Bethel and MWC

Harvey County Arts Council 1966-1978

Bethel NCA self-study 1987-1988 - committee on purpose

Kansas Male Chorus Festival 1970

Music theory III and IV classes 1984-1989

Western District Music and Worship Committee 1966-

Civilian Public Service reunions 1987-1990

Box 2: miscellaneous

Music history and analysis I, II classes 1974-1980

Mennonite Graduate Student Fellowship conference, December 1961, Iowa City

Symposium on Arts, Culture 1993 (Bethel College)

title abstract for house in North Newton

Freeman and Bethel yearbooks

boxes 3-5: hymnals

boxes 6-11: cataloged music scores

box 12: additional scores discovered after cataloging project: Trilogy for Mixed Chorus and Orchestra

Moyer, Harold, 1927-

Harold H. Gross Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.319
  • Collection
  • 1958-1979

Consists entirely of materials related to his teaching in religion and philosophy.

Box 1: lecture notes

Box 2: lecture notes, clippings, slide sets, books

Box 3: slide sets

Box 4-6: audio cassette tapes

Box 7: LP records

Gross, Harold H., 1914-1980

Harley J. Stucky Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.459
  • Collection
  • 1886-2005

The collection documents Harley J. Stucky’s academic career and involvement in numerous historical, community, and church activities. Extensive correspondence is available from throughout his life and provides unique insights into a number of programs, ranging from the early development of Camp Mennoscah and other youth programs (including the North Newton 4H club as well as Western District and General Conference institutions) to the various historical organizations and celebrations for which he played major leadership roles. His insider role occasionally highlighted issues and disagreements within the numerous organizations. Stucky read quite widely and collected many pamphlets and clippings on topics related to his teaching and interests, especially those regarding international relations and nonresistance. Most significant perhaps are the materials on conscientious objection, disarmament ,and universal military service. One unique aspect of the collection is that Stucky retained copies of most, or perhaps all, of the term papers of his students, and the set from Bethel College is especially extensive. This collection provides the most extensive documentation of the Mennonite and wheat centennial celebrations in 1974, and especially of the controversies surrounding the relationship of the Wheat Committee and the Kansas Wheat Commission regarding the Kansas Wheat Center after the centennial.

see also elecrec/acc254 for phonograph record labels

Stucky, Harley J., 1920-2005

Esko Walter Loewen Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.153
  • Collection
  • 1881-1980

Includes files from his institutional involvements such as Institute for Mennonite Studies and Board of Christian Service, family history materials, and files from congregations he served, such as Bethel College Mennonite Church and Zion Mennonite Church (Souderton, Pa.)

Loewen, Esko, 1917-1981

Erland Waltner Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.383
  • Collection
  • 1920-2000

Waltner’s papers are extensive and cover his career and service in great detail. Waltner discarded very little, and this is immediately evidenced by the detailed notes and student papers surviving for the classes he took at Bethel, the University of South Dakota, and all three seminaries where he studied. A handful of Winifred’s student papers are included. Both Erland and Winifred kept journals, and Erland actually retained his pocket calendars listing appointments for virtually his entire career. The most significant documentation of the Waltner family is their correspondence, especially some thirty years of nearly weekly letters from Erland’s father, Ben J Waltner. Also revealing the story of the Waltner family are the frequent letters between Erland and Winifred; corresponding whenever they were apart early in the marriage and whenever he traveled to his numerous speaking engagements. The demand for him to speak is documented by many hundreds of letters inviting him to speak, and far more invitations were received than he could accept. Perhaps of most interest to the historian will be Waltner’s extensive correspondence regarding the Mennonite Biblical Seminary and as a General Conference leader in the 1940s and 1950s. Included are details regarding the revival of the seminary and its early years in Chicago. Most significant are likely the negotiations with the Mennonite Church (Old Mennonites) regarding the move of the seminary to Elkhart and the early cooperative efforts, which includes a number of original letters with Harold S. Bender. Also of interest are a decade of letters from E. G. Kaufman trying to recruit Waltner to Bethel College, and letters from those trying to recruit him to the seminary at the same time. Waltner’s involvement with the Board of Education and Publication and numerous subcommittees will have overlapping documentation in the archives of the General Conference, but some materials are not duplicates. This is perhaps most true of the six years of correspondence as conference president. The Board of Missions papers are mostly duplicates of the conference archives, including many numbered and circular letters, but interspersed are some likely original letters not in the church archives. (The collection contains several folders of letters from other, mostly older, General Conference leaders which Waltner somehow acquired and retained). The correspondence and reports Waltner saved from his work with MCC and MWC are also significant although not extensive. He even has papers documenting the beginning of the Mennonite Medical Association (and for many years seemed to be the only non-doctor on the membership list). He was often the person called upon to represent the General Conference in inter-Mennonite activities in the fifties, sixties, and seventies. Waltner was a founder of the first General Conference Mennonite Church in Elkhart, Hively Avenue, and the collection contains materials related to the beginning of the church and its ongoing activities. One surprise might be that this collection does not contain significant documentation from Waltner’s two decades as seminary president - these official files from his administrative duties are at the seminary as they should be. Following his retirement, Waltner did continue to receive and retained a thorough set of faculty minutes and memos. Some of these communications with other faculty may be unique copies. What is definitely unique among Waltner’s seminary papers are the thousands of pages of lecture notes, course syllabi, student papers, exams, and other evaluations. These cover a period of nearly forty years (late fifties through early nineties) and provide insight into what was being taught at a very detailed level. Although perhaps less significant historically than the MBS and General Conference materials, this collection also documents the thinking and preaching of one of the most significant General Conference preachers of the twentieth century. As many as fifteen hundred to two thousand of his sermons have survived - most are in outline form on half sheets of paper and almost all have the place/occasion and date included. They are generally sorted by the scripture passage, i.e. all of the sermons on Mark, Psalms, Job, etc. Some are sorted by topic. However, they maybe found everywhere - so a folder for a seminary course on Peter may contain a handful of sermon outlines on Peter from the 1940s or 1950s. In one respect these sermons are important because only a decade of the over four decades of sermons were as a pastor of a congregation. The demand for Waltner to preach was overwhelming and it seems like he was preaching somewhere every Sunday, including not only at local congregations but also district conferences and a host of special events, such as ordinations, building dedications, commencements, and so forth.

A handful of Waltner’s early sermons in Mountain Lake were in German, and be preached in German during some of his earlier MCC and MWC travels in Canada, Europe and South America. Otherwise the collection is in English.

Waltner, Erland, 1914-2009

Walter E. Yoder Papers 1934-1965

  • US GCA HM1/325
  • Collection
  • 1909-1965

A small set of personal papers created by a Mennonite composer, arranger, and professor of music at Goshen College.  Materials include a number of original musical compositions and arrangements, an autobiographical sketch, correspondence, conference programs and notes, various writings, and miscellaneous materials.

Yoder, Walter E., 1889-1964

Edward B. Wedel Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.484
  • Collection
  • 1905-1940

several math books (annotated), one Bible
grade books
Bethel College scrapbook/photo album

Wedel, Edward B., 1890-1952

Edna Ramseyer Kaufman Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.300
  • Collection
  • 1920-1990

Contains memorabilia, letters diaries, vitae, photos, negatives, clippings, scrapbooks, and legal papers (passports, deeds, mortgages, bonds, oil and gas leases) of E. G. and Edna Kaufman, photos and clippings on Bluffton College and its Home Economics programs and Women's Association, ca. 1920s and 1930s, AFSC work in France with Spanish refugee children ca. 1940-1942, AFSC work in Mexico ca. 1941-1942, MCC/CPS correspondence ca. 1940-1948, letters and photos on service in India ca. 1965-1968, travel journals of European trips in 1948 and 1957, and an African trip in 1975. Family letters, correspondence, and handwritten newsletters are included. Photographs, color photographs and negatives are found in most parts of the collection. Also included are papers on Anna M. Kaufman.

Box 1: France and India notebooks

Box 2: letters, 1980, Homemakers Notebook column in Mennonite Weekly Review 1981-1990

Box 3: Bluffton College clippings, etc. 1980s mostly

Box 4: clippings, photos, postcard album, wedding items, diaries; E. G. Kaufman hospitalization; mementos of Cuba, clippings, scrapbooks

Box 5: jumble of photos, correspondence, diplomas, teaching notes, travel notes, clippings, autographed book by Albert Schweitzer, diplomas, school materials, dissertation, 1942 AFSC work in France, photo album 1940 with captions in French, passports, travel journals 1948, 1957, 1962 (Gabon), 1975

Box 6: photos, correspondence, travel notes, pamphlets, letters related to India 1965-68, map, calendars

Box 7: photos, clippings, pamphlets, Bluffton College items, correspondence, financial, Bluffton College materials, photos, rolled photos, 50th anniversary class of 1932

Box 8: financial, correspondence, book of menus for guests, pamphlets, clippings, books, history of home economics at Bethel, Bluffton College Women's Association notebooks and cookbooks, Bluffton home economics; James Liu file; book The Schrock-Ramseyer Story

Box 9: items re 1940-42 AFSCrefugee work in Europe, photos, correspondence, clippings

Box 10: financial, Edmund G. Kaufman funeral guestbook, passports, photos, correspondence, Edmund G. Kaufman clippings

Box 11: financial, legal; Anna M. Kaufman papers

Box 12: vitae, clippings, correspondence (some 1940), family letters and newsletters

Box 13: correspondence, MCC work camps 1941-47 scrapbook, miscellaneous notebook, photos, AFSC Mexico journal 1941-1942

Box 14: AFSC Mexico 1942 and CPS - correspondence, photos, clippings

Box 15: framed clippings and photos of her various foreign projects

Box 16: correspondence, photo albums, financial, clippings, 1962 Africa diary, E. G. Kaufman letters, Home Management House at Bluffton, 1940 diary France, book Melting Pot of Mennonite Cookery

Box 17: scrapbooks - India, Bluffton, 1939 work camp, France

Box 18: clippings, photos, scrapbook

Box 19: books, scrapbooks, diaries, guestbooks

Box 20: "sticky" photo album - needs to be disassembled

Box 21: oral history interview, Apr. 29, 1997

"box" 22: map folder of diplomas

Kaufman, Edna Ramseyer, 1910-2001

Dwight Platt Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.200
  • Collection
  • 1945-1980

Box 1: scrapbook containing school compositions, articles by him, peace pamphlets and clippings, transcript of court case, letters re the case, other letters and poems by him, photos, clippings re India and marriage

Box 2: Kansas Academy of Science Conservation Committee, Save the Tallgrass Prairie Inc

Box 3-5: course notes and files

Box 6: grade books and sheets; a few photocopies from Kauffman Museum civil rights exhibit Aug. 2010

Box 7: tapes of a summer 1964 biology class (digitized at elecrec/acc914), donated by Janet Klaassen Voth who was a student in the class, 22 May 2018

Platt, Dwight, 1931-

Histories of the Future Oral History Project

  • US MCUSAA HM6/308
  • Collection
  • 2019

Audio recordings of 41 oral history interviews conducted with Mennonite young people (under age 40) at the Mennonite Church USA Convention at Kansas City in July 2019. The collection also includes administrative documentation for the project, including biographical information sheets and informed consent forms for all participants. Transcriptions are available for some, but not all, of the interviews.

Narrators include the following people: Charles Baraka, Sarah Bixler, Victoria Bonners, Corben Weaver Boshart, Ben Woodward Breckbill, Theresa Peachey Crissman, Claire DeBerg, Jordan Farrell, Alisha Garber, Joshua Garber, Clayton Gladish, Anna Groff, Todd Grotenhuis, Emily Hedrick, Moriah Hurst, Danae King, Beny Krisbianto, Erica Lea-Simka, Scott Litwiller, Courtney Malcolm, Jon Mark, Lily Mast, Luke Lehman Miller, Rachel Ringenberg Miller, David Nickel, Dona Park, Mariann Reardon, Elizabeth Marie Regier, Kyle Rodgers, Shawn Rodriguez, Lauren Satchwell, Renae Schmidt Peters, Alysa Marie Short, Meg Short, Anna Showalter, Peter Shungu, Alyssa Bennett Smith, Ben Parker Sutter, Chelsea Tatum, Isaac Villegas, and Maegan Freese Wu.

Mennonite Church USA -- Administration

Duane K. Friesen Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.396
  • Collection
  • 1970-2005

Box 3: job offer at Bethel correspondence; BELL program 1970-1972; Bible & Religion Department files 1970s-1985; ACCK religion and philosophy 1970s; Historic Peace Churches/FOR Continuation Committee 1991-1997

Box 4: Bible & Religion Department files 1985-1997 (25 year newsletter, summary of graduates 1972-1995)

Box 5: Bible & Religion Department files 1997-2005; BIFL 1980-2005

Box 6: Course syllabi - Bethel, WSU, Great Plains, Toronto

Box 7: Mennonite statements 1900-1980 on peace and social concerns

Box 8, 9: Gordon Kaufman symposium 1996

Box 10-12: general Bethel files

Box 13: Great Plains seminary; Peace Love & Justice Task Force 1979-1982; Western District Peace & Social Concerns Committee 1981-1987

Friesen, Duane K.

David H. Suderman Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.267
  • Collection
  • 1936-1976

Box 1: "file 1, box 1" A-G files

Box 2: "file 1, box 2" K-M and correspondence

box 3: "file 1, box 3" correspondence and miscellaneous files

box 4: "file 1, box 4" O-Z, speeches, travel

box 5: "file 1, box 5" mostly correspondence, some other files

box 6: "file 2, box 1" correspondence, subject files (not organized)

box 7: "file 2, box 2" grade books, scores

box 8: "file 2, box 3" scores, correspondence, subject files

box 9: "file 2, box 4" Colombia subject files, scores

box 10: "file 2, box 5" Commission on Education files

box 11: "file 2, box 6" subject files, correspondence

box 12: "file 2, box 7" subject files, correspondence

box 13: "file 3, box 1" subject file jumble

box 14: "file 3, box 2" subject file jumble, mostly Fs

box 15: "file 3, box 4 " [where's 3?] subject file jumble

box 16: "file 3, box 5" subject files, tours and trips

box 17: "file 3, box 6" scores, subject file jumble (includes 2 1937 phonograph records, which are apparently recordings of Suderman)

box 18: "file 3, box 7" scores, card files (lots of duplicates)

box 19: books, albums, periodicals

box 20: books, albums, periodicals

Suderman, David H., 1909-1990

David H. Richert Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.477
  • Collection
  • 1890-1964

boxes 1-3, 5, 7, 9, 11: book collection from his office in the old Science Hall (an inventory of the books is available; almost all of them have annotations and inclusions by Richert)

box 4, 6, 8: course files, subject files, correspondence, photos

"box" 10: map folder--diplomas and Tree of Knowledge poster

"box" 12: map folder - 2 oversize photos

Richert, David H., 1875-1964

Women in Leadership Project Records 2009-2018

  • US MCUSAA MCUSA/EXL/009
  • Collection
  • 1982-2014

Project and reference materials accumulated by Mennonite Church USA staff charged with administering the Women in Leadership Project.  Includes documentation of the Women in Leadership audit completed in 2010 and the Women in Leadership Conference All You Need Is Love held in 2014.  Researchers should note that papers from that conference are not available in these records.  Reference materials include issues of the Church of the Brethren's Womæn's Caucus newsletter, Femailings from 1982 to 1994.

Mennonite Church USA

Cornelius Krahn Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.165
  • Collection
  • 1920-1990

Comprehensive collection of Krahn's correspondence, research notes, lecture notes, etc. from his student days up to his death.

See also elecrec/acc276 for items on Krahn’s student days at the university of Heidelberg.

Krahn, Cornelius, 1902-1990

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