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Talbot (Rt. Rev.), Joseph Cruikshank. Diaries

The papers of Joseph Talbot document his time as Missionary Bishop of the North West and as bishop coadjutor of the Diocese of Indiana through his death in 1883. The collection consists mainly of a set of pocket diaries kept by Talbot over the period 1856-1882 which gives insight into his daily activities. Also included is a typescript copy of Talbot’s journal of a trip to Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Nevada between May and December of 1863. It offers a reasonably detailed description of travels in the American West at a time when transportation and accommodations were primitive or even dangerous.

Talbot, Joseph Cruikshank

White, (Rt. Rev.) William. Papers

This collection contains primary sources created, collected, and/or annotated by William White and his descendants, including correspondence, sermons and manuscripts, financial and family estate records, printed illustrations and photographs, and research materials. The collection covers a broad period from 1643 to 1957, although the bulk of White’s papers dates from around 1784 to 1836, when White was most active in the Episcopal Church until his death.

White, William

Stines, (Rev. Canon) Henri Alexandre. Papers

The Stines Papers include correspondence, sermons, printed material, legal documents, and photographs that document Fr. Stines' ministerial work building multiracial and black Episcopal parishes, his promotion of racial equality in the South through the Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity (ESCRU), and issues of racism and sexism in the Episcopal Church. Other personal interests and experience in ministry are also found in the archive.

Stines, Henri Alexandre

Corrigan, (Rt. Rev.) Daniel. Papers

The Papers of Bishop Daniel Corrigan include correspondence, printed material, photographs, legal documents, and reports documenting the Bishop's interest in and active involvement with the Ecumenical Movement, the Vietnam War and Peace Movements, and the ordination of women in the Episcopal Church. The bulk of the material dates from the 1960s and 1970s and documents Corrigan's dedication to ending racial segregation and his commitment to the ordination of women.

Corrigan, Daniel

Manning, (Rt. Rev.) William T. Papers

Sermons, addresses, clippings, correspondence and photographs are found in this selection of Bishop Manning’s papers. Newspaper and magazine clippings chronicle some of more controversial events in his service as Bishop of New York, such as the Judge Lindsey dispute of 1930. A small group of correspondence includes letters and postcards sent by Bishop Manning to a variety of recipients. Also included are seven 8" x 10" photographs of Manning dating from 1922-1944.

Manning, William T.

Ogilby (Rt. Rev.), Lyman C. Papers

The papers of Bishop Ogilby comprise printed materials, photograph albums, and some miscellaneous loose photographs. The primary value of this collection is the material pertaining to the Brent School in the Philippines and the relationship of the Ogilby family to the school. Although some of the photographs date back as far as 1913, most of the materials reflect the 1950s and 1960s during the rebuilding of the school after World War II.

Ogilby, Lyman C.

Griffin, Elizabeth Gordon. Papers

The Papers of Elizabeth Griffin contains two items: a bound manuscript volume titled “A Catalogue of the Lands, Buildings, Memorials and Institutions of the Missionary District of the Philippine Islands.”; and a small notebook of her expenditures and receipts for the communion wafers she made for various mission churches and missionaries.

Griffin, Elizabeth Gordon

Mahoney, Agnes. Papers

Agnes Mahony’s personal papers consist entirely of correspondence mostly between Mahony and a fellow missionary in Liberia, Nathan Matthews.

Mahoney, Agnes

Putnam, Katharine (Deaconess). Papers

The Papers of Katharine Putnam document segments of her work as a deaconess stationed in China in the decades leading up to the Communist revolution in the late 1940s. The correspondence and diaries present limited details of Putnam’s life with the most documentation dating from World War II. Photographs comprise the bulk of the collection, most of which are related to the China Mission with approximately one fifth being cultural scenes of China. Also included are several liturgies written in Chinese as well as an album of photos and inscriptions that was created as a memento to Putnam upon her departure from China in 1950.

Putnam, Katharine

Scarlett (Rt. Rev.), William. Papers

Bishop Scarlett's papers reflect his keen sense of social activism and interest in current events. Almost half the papers in this record group consists of Scarlett's sermons and addresses. Personal writings, correspondence, committee and commission records, photographs, scrapbooks, and ephemera round out the collection.

Scarlett, William

Shoemaker (Rev.), Samuel. Papers

The archive comprises Samuel Shoemaker’s personal and professional correspondence, writings and publications, printed sermons, and documentation of his broadcasting work and speaking engagements. A substantial portion of the correspondence consists of letters regarding his Oxford Group connections and those from the general public in reaction to his publications, broadcasts, and speaking engagements. Shoemaker’s publishing career is extensively documented in his writings, letters from readers, and correspondence with publishers, including Harper Brothers, Fleming Revell, Dutton, and over sixty magazines and periodicals.

Shoemaker, Samuel

Torok (Rt. Rev.), John. Papers

The Papers of John Torok consist primarily of correspondence with some legal or ecclesiastical documents. Torok’s correspondence centers largely on his own efforts to serve as an ordained person in the U.S. Episcopal Church. The material has value to understanding the complexity in ecumenical relationships in the inter-war period. The various legal, diplomatic, medical, and academic documents, including depositions, transcripts of an interrogation that Torok received at the hands of the Economic Warfare division in 1942, and the confession of William Emhardt of the National Council regarding his attempt to undermine Torok in 1924.

Torok’s writings in this collection are primarily ecclesiastical and relate to Count Michael Karolyi, who was briefly the leader of the First Hungarian People’s Republic, 1918-1919. Torok had served under him in the State Department.

Torok, John

Votaw, Maurice Eldred. Papers

The Papers of Maurice Votaw document his tenure at the School of Journalism at St. John’s University in Shanghai, China, which he also helped found. Correspondence, reports, published material, photographs, oral history transcripts, and memorabilia make up the collection. A significant portion of the correspondence details his efforts on behalf of the missionaries in China during WWII.

Votaw, Maurice Eldred

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