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Sermon notes for Yoichi's sermon "Real Peace is Found in Harmony and Activity" that was preached twice in 1906.
Photograph of Bishop Honda Yoichi (Honda Yoitsu).
Diary of Bishop Yoichi from 1906.
Stereograph of "Group of Ten Workers at Chautauqua, N.Y.", John H. Vincent is seated in the center surrounded by W. A. Duncan, J. L. Hurlbut, W.F. Sherwin, A. H. Gillett, C. C. Case, B. T. Vincent, J. A. Worden, S. McGerald, and Frank Beard are in…
Portrait of Frances Willard wearing the white ribbon bow for her membership in the Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
Willard stained glass
Print of a stained glass window honoring Frances Willard.
A letter from Frances E. Willard to an anonymous recipient thanking them for a monetary gift and suggested that the recipient should visit Dr. Kate Bushnell.
Portrait of Reverend Mr. George Whitfield showing him with three of his known traits: slender, handsome, and cross-eyed.
Manuscript of "Ah! Lovely appearance of death" written by George Whitefield. Some hymnologists agree the hymn was originally written by Charles Wesley.
Letter from John Wesley to Asbury encouraging Asbury to work with Dr. Thomas Coke to spread Methodism within the United States.
Unpublished hymn by Charles Wesley.
Wesley Coke Letter
Letters to John Stretton, the "Father of Methodist Missions" from Wesley and Coke.
Vincent study photograph
Photograph of John Vincent in his Topeka, Kansas study.
Image of John H. Vincent from the side on a carte de visite. Vincent's signature is featured on the top of the carte de visite. Vincent was one of the co-founders of the Chautauqua Institution.
Portrait photograph of John Vincent standing in the Hall of Philosophy at Chautauqua.
Authorization form with renewals for John H. Vincent as a preacher in the Methodist Episcopal Church dated March 17, June 15 and December 21, 1850 and October 18, 1851
Farewell address to the Jo Daviess Guards, volunteer soldiers from Fort Sumter.
Theol. Fiche LTCH X544
This record of the conversations between Coke, Whatcoat, Vasey, Asbury, and others that established the Methodist Episcopal Church as an independent Wesleyan denomination.
The Threat of Protestantism
This catechism is a lesson to Catholic believers about the perceived danger to the faith posed by Protestantism, and it is therefore designed to prevent good Catholics from falling prey to the lure of such heresy.
The Priests' Eucharistic League
This periodical contains an essay about the Eucharistic wine, a sermon describing how the performance of the Eucharist can aid in one's quest for salvation, an essay over the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, and a study about the prayers and ceremonies…
The book is sewn on five frayed linen cords, all text block edges left rough, and bound in full Oasis goatskin using a modified, but traditional, French style. The binding is decorated with multicolored leather onlays to an abstracted cruciform…
Course list for Summer 1917 Session for School of Theology.
Red and blue star that served as a badge that admitted wearer to Rally in Coliseum after the groundbreaking for Dallas Hall. It included numbers of members within Texas Conferences at the time.
Bound in a full leather closed joint binding with sculpted boards in emerald green, royal blue, and purple Niger goatskin with silver kid. Gold-tooled titling on the spine, blind tooling and multicolored leather onlays on the front board. Top edge…
The spurs were used by Reverend Charles Alexander Long (1881–1986) during his forty-one years of ministry as a Methodist evangelist in Brazil.