bMS 103

Andover-Harvard Theological Library. Miscellaneous Collections No. 1

Container List:

  • bMS 103/1 (1) Silas Ballou, 1753-1837; handwritten hymn; undated
  • bMS 103/1 (2) First Unitarian Church, Great Falls, MT; record book; 1901-1905
  • bMS 103/1 (3) First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia, PA; photograph of the Joseph Priestley Chapel; undated
  • bMS 103/1 (4) Edward Everett Hale, 1822-1909; letter to R. A. Griffin; February 4, 1899
  • bMS 103/1 (5) James Martineau, 1805-1900; letter to R. A. Griffin; November 22, 1892
  • bMS 103/1 (6) Theodore Parker, 1810-1860; letter to F. H. Hedge; November 16, 1844
  • bMS 103/1 (7) Francis Parkman, 1788-1852; letter to Mr. Iles; October 8, 1827
  • bMS 103/1 (8) Robert Collyer, 1823-1912; four handwritten sermons entitled "The fore-elders of Zion," 1897; "The patience of hope: a story," 1899; "Elijah's complaint and cure," June 16, 1901; and "Fathers and sons," February 9, 1902
  • bMS 103/1 (9) All Souls Church, Tappan Zee, NY; various papers; 1962-1971
  • bMS 103/1 (10) Henry Whitney Bellows, 1814-1882; handwritten sermon entitled "From Christ to Calvary"; March 21, 1869
  • bMS 103/1 (11) Henry Whitney Bellows, 1814-1882; letter to Mr. Rogers; March 21, 1865
  • bMS 103/1 (12) Henry Whitney Bellows, 1814-1882; letter to Edward Everett Hale; Jan. 16, 1870
  • bMS 103/1 (13) Henry Whitney Bellows, 1814-1882; handwritten sermon(?) entitled "Review: old and new"; Jan. 1872
  • bMS 103/1 (14) Edward Everett Hale, 1822-1909; letter to Samuel Atkins Eliot; May 6, 1907
  • bMS 103/1 (15) Second Church, Roxbury, MA; handwritten notes regarding restoration; 1906-1912
  • bMS 103/1 (16) John Orrell, 1824-1876; six handwritten sermons entitled "Antislavery sermon, delivered after the passage of the Nebraska Bill and return of the Fugitive Burns," June 9, 1852; "John Wesley and Methodism," Jan. 1, 1854; "The New Testament doctrine of demoniacs," July 23, 1857; "An old and young heart," November 11, 1861; "The nation's loss and lesson" (re Abraham Lincoln's death), April 19, 1865; and "The twelfth annual report of the Providence Bethel (my third)," undated
  • bMS 103/1 (17) Dr. Estes (name incomplete); handwritten sermon entitled "Progress the only safeguard"; undated (ca. 1860's)
  • bMS 103/1 (18) unidentified author; small notebook containing handwritten sermons and notes; undated (ca. 1700's)
  • bMS 103/1 (19) Unitarian Church, Newton Centre, MA; record book of the Women's Auxiliary; 1887-1889
  • bMS 103/2 (1) Samuel Phillips, 1690-1771; letter to Rev. William Balch of Bedford, MA; February 12, 1744
  • bMS 103/2 (2) Cora Dolbee, d. 1956; typed manuscript entitled "Brook Farm again and Brook Farmers from old letters"; undated
  • bMS 103/2 (3) Emmet L. Richardson; address given at service for Rev. Robert Sprague Loring at First Unitarian Church, Milwaukee, WI; June 1, 1945
  • bMS 103/2 (4) Henry Arthur Whitman, 1843-1911; typed manuscript entitled "A historical sketch of the Charleston Unitarian Church"; ca. 1900
  • bMS 103/2 (5) Erwin Ramsdell Goodenough, 1893-1965; typed manuscript entitled "The Liber Pontificalis: John VIII-Honorius II"; May 1920
  • bMS 103/2 (6) Hollis Street Church, Boston, MA; record book; 1859-1862
  • bMS 103/2 (7) Raymond Burgeur Johnson, 1885-; typed manuscript entitled "The soul's horizon"; undated
  • bMS 103/2 (8) Raymond Burgeur Johnson, 1885-; typed sermon entitled "Prayer"; undated
  • bMS 103/2 (9) Raymond Burgeur Johnson, 1885-; untitled sermon; undated
  • bMS 103/2 (10) Raymond Burgeur Johnson, 1885-; typed manuscript entitled "The holy ghost--past, present, and future"; undated
  • bMS 103/2 (11) Raymond Burgeur Johnson, 1885-; typed manuscript entitled "The search for peace"; undated
  • bMS 103/2 (12) John Haynes Holmes, 1879-1964; letters to Jean Erving Goldberg; 1952- 1960
  • bMS 103/2 (13) William James Potter, 1830-1893; handwritten sermon entitled "Endurance"; March 24, 1867
  • bMS 103/2 (14) John Hassler Dietrich, 1878-1957; letter to Joseph S. Laughran; May 15, 1956
  • bMS 103/2 (15) John Fretwell, 1837-1909; two letters to Joseph Henry Allen; July 13 and August 27, 1892
  • bMS 103/2 (16) Julia Evelina Smith, 1792-1886; two letters to William Ladd Ropes; February 3 and February 9, 1882
  • bMS 103/2 (17) Henry Ware, 1764-1845; letters to Lucy Clark (Ware) Allen and Joseph Allen; 1813-1844
  • bMS 103/2 (18) Theodore Parker, 1810-1860; photocopy of typed manuscript and of handwritten letters entitled "Some letters of Theodore Parker, with comments by William I. Bowditch"; 1903
  • bMS 103/3 (1) Hopedale Unitarian Parish, Hopedale, MA; Sabbath School reports (in bound leather notebook); 1866-1868
  • bMS 103/3 (2) Nathaniel Langdon Frothingham, 1793-1870; eight handwritten sermons; 1819-1820
  • bMS 103/3 (3) Unitarian Sunday School Union, Boston; list of members; 1899-1901, 1950-1951
  • bMS 103/3 (4) Max Landau Moss, 1946-; letter to Board of Directors, Unitarian Sunday School Society; February 3, 1976
  • bMS 103/3 (5) First Parish in Brighton, MA; church records; 1725-1769
  • bMS 103/3 (6) Alan Frederick Sawyer, Jr., 1930-; paper for HDS class entitled "The restorationist controversy among Universalists reexamined"; 1955
  • bMS 103/3 (7) Alan Frederick Sawyer, Jr., 1930-; paper for HDS class entitled "The detrimental effects of creedal limitation in Universalism"; 1955
  • bMS 103/3 (8) Clinton Lee Scott, 1890-; The Universalist Church of America: A Short History (Universalist Historical Society, Boston); 1957
  • bMS 103/4 (1) Ancient Chapel of Toxteth (Unitarian), Liverpool, England; two photographs of interior and exterior of chapel; undated
  • bMS 103/4 (2) First Universalist Church, Philadelphia, PA; photograph of church exterior; undated
  • bMS 103/4 (3) First Universalist Church, Philadelphia, PA; five photographs church interior and exterior; undated
  • bMS 103/4 (4) Alan Leslie Seaburg, 1932-; paper for Church History 131 (Prof. Cole, HDS) entitled "History of the First Universalist Society in Medford" with enclosed photographs of Medford Universalist Church activities in early 1950's; May 20, 1953
  • bMS 103/4 (5) Alan Leslie Seaburg, 1932-; paper for class at Crane Theological School, Tufts University, entitled "Clarence R. Skinner and his eager faith";
  • Jan. 1957
  • bMS 103/4 (6) William G. Stehr; script for dramatic reading entitled "Heritage forgotten: Universalism in Texas"; 1974
  • bMS 103/4 (7) John Murray, 1741-1815; letter to Edward Turner; December 1, 1802
  • bMS 103/4 (8) Ruth W. Sutro; paper entitled "The Rev. William Ritchie" (read as part of special historical program "Footnotes to History" at First Parish (Unitarian) Church, Needham, MA); 1976
  • bMS 103/4 (9) First Universalist Church, Philadelphia, PA; photograph of church interior; undated
  • bMS 103/4 (10) Justin Winsor, 1831-1897; letter to Mr. Ropes; October 8, 1878
  • bMS 103/4 (11) Augustine Eastin, ca. 1751-; letters to the Elkhorn Association of Baptists; April and August, 1803
  • bMS 103/4 (12) Henry Ware, 1794-1843; small notebook containing handwritten notes on religion; 1838
  • bMS 103/4 (13) Henry Ware, 1794-1843; 14 miscellaneous papers and letters; 1837-1840
  • bMS 103/4 (14) William Aldrich Bushee; six handwritten sermons; 1869-1887
  • bMS 103/5 (1) Samuel Atkins Eliot, 1862-1950; letter to Mrs. Barnard; February 3, 1913
  • bMS 103/5 (2) Ebenezer Fisher, 1815-1879; letter to Elbridge Gerry Brooks; November 1, 1862
  • bMS 103/5 (3) Mary Harris Shaw Attwood; photocopies of five letters to Mrs. Harding; November 26, 1896; Jan. 8, 1897; Jan. 26, 1897; February 1, 1897; and April 23, 1897
  • bMS 103/5 (4) Henry Nelson Wieman, 1884-1975; letter to Jeannette Hopkins; February 4, 1963
  • bMS 103/5 (5) Thomas Starr King, 1824-1864; letter to C. N. Polland; July 22, 1860
  • bMS 103/5 (6) Arnold Hawkins; lecture notes on Samuel Howard Miller's course in philosophy of religion at Andover Newton Theological Seminary; 1952- 1953
  • bMS 103/5 (7) William Ellery Channing, 1780-1842; letter to Ezra Stiles Gannett; February 29, 1831
  • bMS 103/5 (8) Theodore Parker, 1810-1860; letter to Ezra Stiles Gannett; December 1, 1857
  • bMS 103/5 (9) Various unidentified authors; 18 handwritten and typed recipes; undated
  • bMS 103/5 (10) John White Chadwick, 1840-1904; handwritten sermon entitled "The Christmas gift" delivered in Brooklyn, NY; undated
  • bMS 103/5 (11) John White Chadwick, 1840-1904; handwritten sermon entitled "Making occasion of adversity" delivered in Brooklyn, NY; undated
  • bMS 103/5 (12) Unitarian Church of All Souls, New York, NY; list of members of congregation; 1884
  • bMS 103/5 (13) Joseph Henry Allen, 1820-1898; letter to Cyrus Augustus Bartol; Jan. 16, 1856
  • bMS 103/5 (14) Vilhjalmur Stefansson, 1879-1962; presentation statement; September24, 1954
  • bMS 103/5 (15) Agust Hakonarson Bjarnason, 1875-; handwritten manuscript entitled "Magnus Eiriksson, the first Icelandic Unitarian"; 1923
  • bMS 103/5 (16) Alfred Storer Cole, 1893-1977; letter to Myron J. Files; March 17, 1954
  • bMS 103/5 (17) removed
  • bMS 103/5 (18) Georges Florovsky, 1893-1979; letter to Amos Niven Wilder, February 27, 1965
  • bMS 103/5 (19) William Ellery Channing, 1780-1842; small notebook of handwritten notes re Channing's course of study for students of divinity; undated
  • bMS 103/5 (20) Theodore Parker, 1810-1860; letter to Samuel Putnam Andrews; November 18, 1844
  • bMS 103/5 (21) Theodore Parker, 1810-1860; letter to Francis le Baron; February 16, 1857
  • bMS 103/5 (22) Theodore Parker, 1810-1860; letter to Frederic Henry Hedge; October 28, 1854
  • bMS 103/5 (23) James Freeman Clarke, 1810-1888; scrapbook of clippings from The Gazette Press newspaper of 12 sermons preached at the Church of the Disciples, Boston; 1884-1887
  • bMS 103/5 (24) Adin Ballou, 1803-1890; letter to Stephen Presson Landers; December 17, 1842
  • bMS 103/5 (25) Elek Kiss, 1888-; handwritten manuscript entitled "Unitarian catechism," edited by Unitarian Church of the Republic of Socialist Romania; 1968
  • bMS 103/5 (26) Thomas Starr King, 1824-1864; five letters to Hosea Ballou; Jan. 1, 1850; May 11, 1858; July 19, 1860; Jan. 1, 1861; and Jan. 19, 1861
  • bMS 103/5 (27) Cornelia Otis Skinner, 1901-; letter to Mrs. Gordon W. Churchill; September17, 1959
  • bMS 103/5 (28) Robert Collyer, 1823-1912; handwritten sermon entitled "The king's question"; December 8, 1901
  • bMS 103/5 (29) Robert Collyer, 1823-1912; handwritten sermon entitled "The portrait of a good wife"; April 20, 1902
  • bMS 103/5 (30) Robert Collyer, 1823-1912; handwritten sermon entitled "No place like home"; 1911
  • bMS 103/5 (31) Robert Collyer, 1823-1912; handwritten sermon entitled "The sunny side of the snow"; 1906
  • bMS 103/6 (1) Edward P. Bond; letter to James Freeman Clarke; Jan. 1, 1872
  • bMS 103/6 (2) Caroline Wells Healey Dall, 1822-1912; letter to James Freeman Clarke; undated
  • bMS 103/6 (3) M. P. Allen; letter to James Freeman Clarke; undated
  • bMS 103/6 (4) Mary S. Morse; letter to Richard Eddy; March 19, no year
  • bMS 103/6 (5) Pitt Morse, 1794-1860; two letters to Richard Eddy; October 19, 1858 and May 16, 1859
  • bMS 103/6 (6) P. H. Hurlburt; letter to William J. Bacon; June 15, 1836
  • bMS 103/6 (7) James Munroe Cook, 1818-1850; letter to Richard Eddy; May 17, 1848
  • bMS 103/6 (8) Theodore Dwight Cook, 1814-1887; letter to Richard Eddy; Jan. 26, 1855
  • bMS 103/6 (9) Francis Greenwood Peabody, 1847-1936; six letters to William Stafford Jones; April 17, 1915; March 22, 1916; [February 22, 1917]; Jan. 19, 1918; July 21, 1919; and March 5, no year
  • bMS 103/6 (10) Frederick May Eliot, 1889-1958; sermon entitled "The progress of mankind onward and upward forever" delivered in weekly Unitarian radio show "Religion at Work," WAAB Radio, Boston; April 13, 1941
  • bMS 103/6 (11) William Brooks Rice, 1905-1970; sermon entitled "A house divided against itself cannot stand" delivered in weekly Unitarian radio show "Religion at Work," WAAB Radio, Boston; February 16, 1941
  • bMS 103/6 (12) August Hermann Francke, 1663-1727; letter to Heinrich Julius Elers; May 8, 1722
  • bMS 103/6 (13) [Susanna Chenery]; album containing drawings and handwritten selections of poetry and prose from various authors, etc.; 1836-1842
  • bMS 103/6 (14) Charlotte Ayers; letter to Miriam Ford; October 6, 1923
  • bMS 103/6 (15) Carl Gerrard Seaburg, 1922-; manuscript entitled "Adin Ballou--A Practical Christian"; June 1945
  • bMS 103/6 (16) John Fairfield, 1737-1819; handwritten sermon on Matt 11:29; 1785
  • bMS 103/6 (17) Giles Bailey, 1815-1878; letter to Joseph Barber; July 9, 1846
  • bMS 103/6 (18) John Haynes Holmes, 1879-1964; letter to William Wallace Fenn; February 12, 1906
  • bMS 103/6 (19) Herbert Henry Mott, 1851-1939; handwritten sermon entitled "What makes a man a Christian?"; undated
  • bMS 103/6 (20) Henry Ware, 1764-1845; handwritten hymn; undated
  • bMS 103/6 (21) James William MacDonald, 1884-1968; manuscript entitled "Experience and the concept of God"; May 1, 1913
  • bMS 103/6 (22) George W. Friedrich; manuscript of long essay Thomas Potter and John Murray; undated
  • bMS 103/6 (23) Rufus Ellis, 1819-1885; notebook containing handwritten notes (probably of his divinity school notes); undated
  • bMS 103/6 (24) Theodore Parker, 1810-1860; letter to Mr. Ross; March 10, 1853
  • bMS 103/6 (25) John Murray, 1741-1815; photocopy of letter to Paul Dudley Sargent; October 1, 1789
  • bMS 103/6 (26) John Murray, 1741-1815; photocopy of letter to Thomas Fitzgerald Merrit; July 20, 1787
  • bMS 103/7 (1) George Washington Montgomery, 1810-1898; register of marriages; 1832- 1894
  • bMS 103/7 (2) George Washington Montgomery, 1810-1898; record of deaths; 1832- 1857
  • bMS 103/7 (3) John William Dunne, 1875-1949; letter to Henry Bedinger Mitchell; November 28, 1927
  • bMS 103/7 (4) Henry Bedinger Mitchell, 1874-; letter to John William Dunne; October 3, 1927
  • bMS 103/7 (5) Thaddeus Mason Harris, 1768-1842; sermon preached after interment of Noah Clap; April 14, 1799
  • bMS 103/7 (6) Timothy Dwight, 1828-1916; letter to Henry R. McCartney; October 31, 1888
  • bMS 103/7 (7) Samuel Deane, 1733-1814; handwritten sermon entitled "The way to cure ye evils of ye tongue"; December 26, 1784
  • bMS 103/7 (8) George Rapall Noyes, 1798-1868; letter to unidentified person; April 3, 1856
  • bMS 103/7 (9) James Freeman Clarke, 1810-1888; letter to librarian of Andover Theological Library; June 17, 1883
  • bMS 103/7 (10) Octavius Brooks Frothingham, 1822-1895; letter to Dr. Morison; September12, 1873
  • bMS 103/7 (11) Joseph Estlin Carpenter, 1844-1927; letter to John Cuckson; July 24, 1906
  • bMS 103/7 (12) William Belmont Parker, 1871-1934; letter to Henry Wilder Foote; February 4, 1915
  • bMS 103/7 (13) Samuel Deane, 1784-1834; handwritten sermon entitled "The good and evil principles of human nature"; February 18, 1827
  • bMS 103/7 (14) Octavius Brooks Frothingham, 1822-1895; five notebooks containing lectures on Gospels of Matthew and John, Daniel, and the Apocalypse; 1845-1856
  • bMS 103/7 (15) Albert Frederick Ziegler, 1911-; photocopy of manuscript entitled "Bruce Brotherston, John Calvin and Hosea Ballou"; undated
  • bMS 103/7 (16) Isaac Dowd Williamson, 1807-1876; handwritten essay entitled "The case of Judas"; 1858
  • bMS 103/7 (17) Bernard Iddings Bell, 1886-1958; letter to John G. Green; December 31, 1942
  • bMS 103/7 (18) Lydia Maria (Francis) Child, 1802-1880; reminiscences of William Ellery Channing; 1842
  • bMS 103/7 (19) Stopford Augustus Brooke, 1832-1916; letter to Henry Wilder Foote; May 24, 1907
  • bMS 103/7 (20) Hosea Ballou, 1796-1861; letter to Thomas Jefferson Sawyer; May 6, 1840
  • bMS 103/7 (21) Elbert Hubbard, 1856-1915; letter to Charles Montgomery Skinner; May 8, 1899
  • bMS 103/7 (22) Benjamin Austin, 1752-1820; handwritten poem entitled "The grand cathedral alias the revenge"; undated
  • bMS 103/7 (23) Ezra Abbot, 1819-1884; two small notebooks containing handwritten essay entitled "An outline of the history of St. Paul"; undated
  • bMS 103/7 (24) Benjamin Boardman, 1731-1802; six handwritten sermons; 1769-1789
  • bMS 103/7 (25) John Humphrey Avery, 1807-1895; manuscript of argument re existence of God; May 25, 1895
  • bMS 103/7 (26) Seth Shaler Arnold; handwritten poem entitled "Adam and Eve"; undated
  • bMS 103/7 (27) Joshua Pollard Blanchard, 1782-1868; letter to Andrews Norton; February 12, 1840