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 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.
Incoming and outgoing personal, professional, and pastoral correspondence. Contains a good deal of friendly correspondence with Pennsylvania Mennonites, Also includes a lot of correspondence regarding mission business and tracts. Mininger's correspondence with and about religious conscientious objectors in World War I is particularly significant. Correspondence is largely arranged chronologically. Correspondence arranged by correspondents' names may be found at the end of the 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.
Earliest records provide information about attendance at summer Bible schools. After 1953, these records include programmatic information as well. Slides depicting the 1966 Vacation Bible School may also be found in this series.
Contains reports and minutes recording meetings of the Executive Committee and assorted subcommittees beginning in 1946. Correspondence related to the Executive Board, particularly secretaries Harold Thomas, Edwin Alderfer, James Burkholder, Paul Shank, and Paul Erb, is also included.