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A.J. Metzler Papers 1919-1996

  • US MCUSAA HM1/417
  • Collection
  • 1826-1996

Personal papers of A. J. (Abram Jacob)  Metzler, consisting of sermon outlines, correspondence, subject files, and audio recordings. Records of Metzler's travels and work abroad are included, as are his published articles, his files on congregations he pastored, and a biography of him along with family records.

This collection is divided into the following series:

(1) Sermon Outlines, 1927-1983

(2) Correspondence and Subject Files, 1826, 1919-1993

(3) Audio Recordings, 1956-1996

(4) Photographs and Video Recordings, 1882-1991

Metzler, A. J., 1902-

Arnold J. Regier Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.391
  • Collection
  • 1860-1960

research materials and drafts for some kind of writing project on Prussian Mennonite history; includes many photos, also a tape of "Flemish choral music"; 2 boxes of reel-to-reel audio tapes

Regier, Arnold J., 1912-2000

C. Warren Long Papers 1946-1969

  • US MCUSAA HM1/394
  • Collection
  • 1921-1996

These personal papers of an (old) Mennonite Church pastor and bishop from Illinois are divided into two series:

(1) Sermons, 1946-1969

(2) Miscellaneous Materials, 1946-1969

Long, C. Warren, 1904-1969

Calvary Hour Records

  • US MCUSAA HM1/956
  • Collection
  • 1935-2007

The Calvary Hour Records are divided into six series:

(1) Sermons, 1940-2002

(2) Publications and Publicity, 1935-2007

(3) Administrative Files, 1937-2007

(4) Photographs, Circa 1935-2002

(5) Sound Recordings, 1953-2007

(6) Radio Show "Formats," Circa 1965-2000

Detweiler, Bill, 1929-

Charles L., Crissie (Yoder), and Lydia F. (Shenk) Shank Family Papers

  • US MCUSAA HM1/638
  • Collection
  • 1907-1995

A set of family papers documenting the lives of Charles L. Shank, his first wife, Crissie Yoder Shank, his second wife, Lydia F. Shenk Shank, the Shank children, Lydia Shank's sister and brother-in-law (Lillie and James Norman Kaufman), and other assorted Shank family members.  Materials include incoming correspondence documenting Mennonite missionary work, photographs, school materials, circle letters circulated among the Shank's children, articles and other writings of Lydia Shank, collected prayers of  international Christian women in the 1950s, a number of sound recordings of funerals and memorial services, and other miscellaneous family materials.

Shank, Charles L., 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

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

Henry C. Penner Papers 1944, 1974

  • US MCUSAA HM1/815
  • Collection
  • 1918, 1940, 1944, 1974

Information regarding the World War II experiences of Henry C. Penner, a Mennonite from Wrickler, Manitoba who was arrested for resisting the draft in 1944. Tapes and transcripts of interviews conducted by Leonard Gross with Henry and his son Leonard Penner are included, as is correspondence between the army and Henry’s uncle George Penner concerning the arrest and subsequent court martial. The records of the court martial, some miscellaneous notes and pamphlets, and slides of documents are also included.

Penner, Henry C.

Hispanic Mennonite Convention Records

  • US MCUSAA I/06/006
  • Collection
  • 1969-1999

These records are divided into the following series:

(1) Executive Council Meeting Minutes

(2) Director's Correspondence and Subject Files

(3) Conference Records

(4) Photographs

(5) Publications

(6) Audiovisual materials

Hispanic Mennonite Convention

International Voluntary Services Records

  • US MCUSAA XI/014
  • Collection
  • 1952-2010

The collection consists of seven series:

Series 1: Executive Committee / Board of Directors Meeting Minutes, 1953-2001 Series 2: Project Files, 1952-2002 Series 3: Executive Director Files, 1953-1997 Series 4: Publications, 1954-2003 Series 5: Alumni Materials, 1963-2000 Series 6: Photographs, 1960-1995 Series 7: Miscellaneous, 1973, undated

International Voluntary Services

John P. Suderman Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.182
  • Collection
  • 1930-1988

Box 1 is mostly materials related to his Hopi gospel song compilation. Includes several audio tape reels.

Box 2 has more audio tape reels, more Hopi hymnal related material, photocopy of an autobiography by Mabel Suderman, a few photos, a few of what look like sermon outlines.

Box 3 is later additions.

Suderman, John P., 1901-1979

La Junta Mennonite School of Nursing (La Junta, Colo.) Sound Recordings

  • US MCUSAA V/06/007
  • Collection
  • 1955

Four open reel tape recordings with recordings of the La Junta Mennonite Nurses Chorus, the 1955 commencement ceremony, 1955 Easter worship at La Junta Mennonite Church, and a student nurses symposium.

La Junta Mennonite School of Nursing (La Junta, Colo.)

Laurelville Mennonite Church Center (Mt. Pleasant, Pa.) Records

  • US MCUSAA VII/24/004
  • Collection
  • 1930-2012

The records of this Mennonite Church camp are divided into eight series:

Series 1: Early Records, 1930-1954 Series 2: Young People's Institute Records, 1933-1957 Series 3: Administrative and Financial Records, 1943-2006 Series 4: Publicity, circa 1950-2006 Series 5: Program Files, 1957-2012 Series 6: Photographs, 1945-2000 Series 7: Audiovisual Materials, circa 1966-1995 Series 8: Miscellaneous, 1947-1993

Laurelville Mennonite Church Center (Mt. Pleasant, Pa.)

Leonhard B. Rempel Papers

  • US BCMLA 00/MS.314
  • Collection
  • 1954-1977

Consists entirely of audio tape recordings. Rempel must have been a tape enthusiast.

Box 1: family recordings

Box 2-4: Mennonite speakers

Box 5-6: Miscellaneous recordings

Box 7-9: Music

Box 10: church services

Box 11: church conferences

Box 12: wire recordings

Rempel, Leonhard B., 1905-1971

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