Phonograph record, 33 1/3 rpm



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Aldine Carpenter and Eva Harder Brunk Papers

  • US MCUSAA HM1/445
  • Collection
  • 1908-1950

Photographs, correspondence, diaries,  sermons, and other material documenting the Brunks' mission work in India.  The most unusual item in the papers is Eva Brunk's essay, "My First O.B. Case in Dondi," which provides a first hand account of childbirth and post-natal care and customs in a "High Caste Brohmin's home" in the early 20th century.

Brunk, Aldine Carpenter, 1886-1969

Glenn W. Whitaker Papers 1936-1972

  • US MCUSAA HM1/929
  • Collection
  • 1936-1981

These papers document the ministry of Glenn W. Whitaker and are divided into four series:

Series 1: Early Ministry and Service, 1936-1981 Series 2: Photographs, 1936-1951 Series 3: Sermon Ministry, 1950-1972 Series 4: Phonograph Records, 1943-1950

Whitaker, Glenn W., 1909-1979

Gordon Friesen Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.207
  • Collection
  • 1920-1974

The collection contains largely materials pertaining to Gordon Friesen's correspondence from 1920 to 1940 and writings throughout his adult life.  The writings include thoughts and ideas, short stories, novels, and an autobiography with his wife.  Other writings in the collection include works by his wife: screenplays, a novel, and the autobiography.  There is also a short story by his friend Menno Duerksen.


The collection also includes books Friesen had collected.  There are probably autobiographical cassette tapes and reel-to-reel tapes narrated by Friesen and his wife.  There are also records, some of which are spin-offs of the magazine Broadside, which Friesen and his wife edited.

Friesen, Gordon, 1909-1996

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

JELAM (Junta Ejecutiva Latinoamericana de Audiciones Menonitas) Records

  • US MCUSAA IV/13/006
  • Collection
  • 1959-1984

These records document the work of JELAM (Junta Ejecutiva Latinoamericana de Audiciones Menonitas), and inter-Mennonite Latin American organization responsible for Mennonite broadcasting in Latin America and its promotion.  JELAM was formed in the early 1970s after consultations among the Mennonite Board of Missions, Mennonite Broadcasts, and Mennonite conferences in Latin America.  A predecessor organization, JAALAM (Junta de Asesores para America Latina a Audiciones Menonitas), was an advisory board under Mennonite Broadcasts from 1969 to the early 1970s.

Materials in this collection document this history of JELAM and includes correspondence and meeting minutes collected by JAALAM member Henry D. Weaver as well as offical records.  Among the official records are manuals, Bible studies and tracts, correspondence, newsletters, financial statements, radio and television scripts, photographs,and photograph records and TV video tapes of radio / TV spots.

JELAM (Junta Ejecutiva Latinoamericana de Audiciones Menonitas

Mennonite Board of Missions Information Services Audiovisual Materials

  • US MCUSAA IV/10/005
  • Collection
  • 1947-1995

Sound recordings, filmstrips, and films produced by the Mennonite Board of Missions for evangelization and instruction of both youth and adults.  This colleciton is divided into several series:

(1) Filmstrips and Slide Sets, 1961-1978

(2) Sound Recordings, 1968-1976

(3) Films, 1959-1978

(4) Slides, 1947-1995

Mennonite Board of Missions

Mennonite Media Miscellaneous Phonograph Records

  • US MCUSAA IV/13/016
  • Collection
  • 1966, undated

A hodgepodge of phonographic albums created by Mennonite Media, featuring content from several radio shows, including the Mennonite Hour, as well as independent radio advertising spots and documentaries.  Most Mennonite Media broadcasts were recorded to audio tape and may be found in Series IV-13-004.

Mennonite Media

Mennonite Media Russian and Non-English Program Files

  • US MCUSAA IV/13/010.11
  • Collection
  • 1956-1995

Files pertaining to the production of evangelistic radio programs broadcast in languages other than English and/or made specifically for international distribution.  As the title of this records series suggests, the primary broadcasting language documenting in these files is Russian.  Programs were also produced in German, French, Portuguese, Italian, Japanse, and Navaho and for distribution in Africa, Australia, and Israel.  The records of Spanish-language evangelism programs may be found in the JELAM (Junta Ejecutiva Latinoamericana de Audiciones Menonitas) Records, IV-13-006 or the JELAM Program Files (IV-13-010.6).

Mennonite Media