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  1. Chorazin Synagogue : View 1

    Work
    Description: Ruins of the synagogue at Chorazin (3rd/4th century C.E.).
    Subject: Chorazin, archaeology, and synagogue
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  2. The Morton Collection of Biblical Artifacts

    Description: Images of artifacts from the Bible lands (Jordan, Israel, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt, Turkey, Greece and Italy) acquired by Dr. William H. Morton, former director of the American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem, during the 1940s and 1950s, including inscribed scarabs from Egypt; terracotta lamps and other pottery from Palestine; and ancient Jewish, Roman and Byzantine coins.
    Subject: Pottery, Ancient., Coins, Ancient -- Palestine., Jordan -- Antiquities., Pottery, Ancient -- Middle East., and Scarabs -- Jericho.
    Publisher: Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Library
  3. Postcards of Methodist Churches in the United States

    Description: Images of more than 100 Methodist churches from across the United States, dating primarily from the first half of the twentieth century. The postcards depict many architectural styles of Methodist churches in rural, suburban, and city settings. The names of individual churches are as they appear on the postcards.
    Subject: Church buildings--United States. and Methodist church buildings.
    Publisher: Yale University Divinity School Library
  4. Images of the Ancient Near East

    Description: Digital images of various donated slide collections amassed by A. Webb Roberts Library. The slides have connections with past biblical archaeology professors who have at one time taught at Southwestern Seminary. This eclectic set of slides represents both synchronic and diachronic views of the ancient Near East. Individually the slides represent parts of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Syria, Israel, and other Near Eastern areas.
    Subject: Slides, Ancient Near East.
    Publisher: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, A Webb Roberts Library,
  5. ETANA - texts for Ancient Near Eastern studies

    Creator: Oriental Institute and ETANA
    Description: Thirty volumes digitized from the collections of the Oriental Institute (2) and Vanderbilt Divinity Library (28), for the ETANA core texts web site. These volumes consist of: 26 volumes from the series "Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets (parts 3, 5-13, 18-33); the two volume set of Harvard Excavations at Samaria; and two related volumes of images from Ninevah - "Monuments of Ninevah" and "A second series of The Monuments of Ninevah"
    Subject: Palestine-Antiquities., Akkadian Language texts., Cuneiform Inscriptions., British Museum. Dept of Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities., Samaria., and Art - Nineveh
    Language: English, Akkadian
    Publisher: Divinity Library, Vanderbilt University; ETANA; Oriental Institute, University of Chicago
  6. Missionaries appointed by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.

    Description: Daguerreotype images of missionaries appointed by The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. The daguerreotypes were selected for inclusion based on physical condition and are part of a larger collection in Franklin Trask Library. Information on complete names, life dates, dates of service, and geographic areas of mission stations is from the published guide to the microfilm collection, Papers of The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, and from biographical sketches compiled by John Adams Vinton.
    Subject: American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. and Missionaries--Portraits.
    Publisher: Andover Newton Theological School, Franklin Trask Library,
  7. Complete Set of Woodcut Illustrations from the First Four English Editions of John Foxe’s Actes and Monuments (the “Book of Martyrs”), with Selected Images from the 1554 and 1559 Latin Editions.

    Creator: Foxe, John, 1516-1587
    Description: Complete set of woodcut illustrations from the first (1563), second (1570), third (1576), and fourth (1583) English editions of John Foxe’s Actes and Monuments; complete set of woodcut illustrations from the second Latin edition (1559); title page images from the Latin editions (1554 and 1559); and Kalender and almanacs selected from first four English editions. Materials supplied from the collections of The Ohio State University Libraries and Bridwell Library, Southern Methodist University; Large three-page composite woodcut, “Table of the Ten First Persecutions of the Primitive Church,” here included by permission from the personal library of John N. King, Distinguished University Professor and Humanities Distinguished Professor of English & of Religious Studies, The Ohio State University. The image-specific metadata incorporates Foxe inventory numbers supplied by Ruth Samson Luborsky and Elizabeth Morley Ingram, A Guide to English Illustrated Books, 1536-1603, 2 vols. (Tempe, AZ: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1998). Unless otherwise noted, woodcut illustrations appear once in each specified edition and only in designated editions. Woodcuts occur in the database in the order of their first appearance in the Foxe volumes themselves, according to the following progression: 1554, 1559, 1563, 1570, 1576, and 1583. Foxe uses selected woodcuts repeatedly throughout the Book of Martyrs. The database employs a letter/number system to describe these cuts, whereby numbers distinguish the use of woodcuts of similar designs and letters distinguish each use of any given cut across different Foxe editions. The names of martyrs given with these repeated cuts are transcribed verbatim from respective Foxe volumes. Square brackets indicate expanded abbreviations or other supplied text. When modernized versions of literatum transcriptions are not given, the modern use of “u/v” and “i/j” is maintained. Mark Rankin would like to thank Christopher Bungard, Richard Firth Green, Leslie Lockett, Christopher Manion, Katie Rankin, and Rocki Wentzel for assistance with translation. Thanks also go to Marti Alt, Wesley Boomgaarden, Harry Campbell, Valerie Hotchkiss, John N. King, Ben McCorkle, and Betsy Walsh, as well as the staff of the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library of The Ohio State University and the staff of Special Collections, Bridwell Library, Southern Methodist University. A Bridwell Library Visiting Scholar’s Fellowship facilitated the completion of the work.
    Subject: Foxe, John, 1516-1587, Martyrdom—Christianity—England, Reformation—Europe—History, Church history—16th century, and Printing—England—History—16th century
    Publisher: Ohio State University Libraries / Bridwell Library, Southern Methodist University
  8. Christian missions and social progress

    Creator: Dennis, James S.
    Description: The Students' Lectures on Missions at Princeton Theological Seminary, which form the basis of the book, were delivered by the James S. Dennis in the spring of 1896 on the subject, "The Sociological Aspects of Foreign Missions." The subject was suggested to him by the students themselves, especially by members of the Sociological Institute and of the Missionary Society of the Seminary, with the special request that it be chosen for consideration.
    Subject: Christian sociology. and Missions.
    Language: English.
    Publisher: Boston University Theology Library,
  9. Worship Video Project

    Description: Bowld Music Library digitized Sunday morning services of five Baptist churches in the Dallas/Fort Worth area as well as the Isaiah 6 worship service held at the Seminary. The churches which participated in the project were Broadway Baptist Church, Cowboy Church of Ellis County, Southcliff Baptist Church, First Baptist Church of Euless, and Union MIssionary Baptist Church. Several clips were selected from the Sunday morning services to illustrate various approaches to corporate worship. These clips include Congregational Participation, Offertory, Prayer, Preaching, Responsorial Music, Revelatory Music, and Scripture Reading. However, the entire sermon of each service has been converted to MP3 format. Interviews were made with the pastors/or worship ministers and Dr. Bruce H. Leafblad (planner of the Isaiah 6 model) to provide insights into the philosophy and theology behind the construction of their services. The following questions were asked of the pastors/ or worship ministers: 1. What is your name and official title here at the church? 2. What are your specific duties here at the church in context to the worship service? 3. Describe the demographics of your congregation. 4. What is the participatory level of worship here? Does the congregation readily participate in the various aspects of the worship service? 5. What would you say are the unique aspects of your typical worship services? What is your “worship style”? 6. Do you have a worship pattern, and if so, what is it? 7. Describe how you use the choir and/or praise team in worship. 8. What, overall, would you say is the philosophy of the worship services at this church? What are the purposes and goals? The following questions were asked of Dr. Bruce H. Leafblad: 1. What is your name and your official title here at the Seminary? 2. Why should Isaiah 6:1-11 be a model of worship? What are the purposes and goals? 3. Briefly describe the Isaiah 6 model of worship. 4. Your chapter in the book Experience God in Worship mentions that the Isaiah 6 model of worship is applicable to different worship styles. Can you elaborate on this? 5. Describe the role of the congregation in this model of worship. 6. Describe the role of the choir and/or praise team in this model of worship.
    Subject: Liturgies, Public worship-African-American Baptists, Public worship-Biblical teaching, Public worship-Baptists, Worship, and Isaia 6 worship model
    Language: English
    Publisher: SWBTS Libraries
  10. Postcards of New England Congregational and Baptist churches.

    Description: The digital images are views of New England Congregational and Baptist churches, representing all chronological periods of private postcard production, 1898-current date. The postcards selected for digitization focus on architectural features and are from a larger collection in Franklin Trask Library. In many cases several postcards of an individual church present different renderings that reflect artistic license. Churches from every New England state except Vermont are included in the collection, although the bulk of postcards depict Massachusetts Congregational churches. The names of individual churches are as they appear on the postcard, except in the case of obvious error.
    Subject: Church buildings--New England.
    Publisher: Andover Newton Theological School, Franklin Trask Library,
  11. Oxyrhynchus Papyri Manuscript Collection

    Description: Images of seven papyrus documents from a large mass of papyrus and parchment fragments discovered in 1879-1905 at Oxyrhynchus (modern Behnesa), Egypt. These materials contain literary and non-literary ancient texts dating from the first to the ninth century C.E.
    Subject: Manuscripts, Greek. and Peter, 1st 6: 6-12
    Language: Greek
    Publisher: United Theological Seminary Library
  12. Baptistery paintings in Twentieth-Century Churches of Christ:

    Creator: Welch, Jack, photographer.
    Description: The digital images in this collection are taken from color 35 mm slides made by ACU English professor Jack Welch (1941-1996) in Churches of Christ, mostly in Texas. The slides are held in the Center for Restoration Studies, housed in the Callie Faye Milliken Special Collections at Brown Library, Abilene Christian University.
    Subject: Water--Religious aspects--Churches of Christ., Christian art and symbolism., Rivers., and Baptisteries--Texas
    Publisher: Abilene Christian University, Brown Library,
  13. Images from the John Foxe’s Acts and Monuments (the “Book of Ma tyrs”), Ninth Edition (1684)

    Creator: John Foxe, 1516-1587.
    Description: Complete set of images (mostly engravings) from the ninth (1684) edition of John Foxe’s Acts and Monuments of Matters most Special and Memorable, Happening in the Church (“Book of Martyrs”), including the title page images of the three volume set, the “Kalender” of martyrdoms, the title page for an added section in volume 3: "A Continuation of the Histories of Forreign Martyrs," and the Table (index). Materials supplied from the collections of The Ohio State University Libraries and Bridwell Library, Southern Methodist University. Inventory numbers supplied by Ruth Samson Luborsky and Elizabeth Morley Ingram, A Guide to English Illustrated Books, 1536-1603, 2 vols. (Tempe, AZ: Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1998), are used to compare the images in this 1684 collection with the woodcuts in the early English editions (see ATLA’s CDRI collection “Woodcut Illustrations from the First Four English Editions of John Foxe’s Actes and Monuments”). Square brackets indicate expanded abbreviations or other supplied text. When modernized versions of literatum transcriptions are not given, the modern use of “u/v” and “i/j” is maintained.
    Subject: Reformation—Europe—History., Foxe, John, 1516-1587. Actes and monuments., Printing—England—History—16th century., Church history—16th century., and Martyrdom—Christianity—England.
    Language: English.
    Publisher: The Ohio State University Libraries / Bridwell Library, Southern Methodist University
  14. Selected Photographs of Ancient Near Eastern and Mediterranean Sites

    Description: Photographs taken by members of the Candler School of Theology and Pitts Theology Library of locations in Israel, Jordan, Greece, and Turkey.
    Subject: Archaeology
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  15. Jerusalem : View 1

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    Description: View of ruins from Jerusalem.
    Subject: Jerusalem and archaeology
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  16. Woodcuts and metal engravings from 16th-19th century publications

    Description: These images include illustrations of the biblical text, church architecture, and portraits of religious leaders digitzed from the rare book collection of the Pitts Theology Library.
    Subject: Engraving and Woodcut
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library
  17. Baptistery paintings in Twentieth-Century Churches of Christ:

    Creator: Perry, Blanche, painter.
    Description: The digital images in this collection are taken from watercolor sketches, hand-tinted black-and-white photographs, and black and white photographs of her paintings made by Blanche Garrett Perry, who was active in painting baptisteries for Churches of Christ from 1937 to about 1955. She usually prepared the paintings on large canvases in her Denver, CO, studio, where many of these photographs were made. She donated them to Churches of Christ nationwide and in a few cases abroad. Perry wrote detailed allegorical explanations of the meaning of her images. The Blanche Perry Collection of images and papers is held in the Center for Restoration Studies, housed in the Callie Faye Milliken Special Collections at Brown Library, Abilene Christian University.
    Subject: Christian art and symbolism., Rivers., Water--Religious aspects--Churches of Christ, Painting, American--20th Century., Baptisteries., and Mountains.
    Publisher: Abilene Christian University, Brown Library,
  18. Images of mainline Protestant children and families in the U.S.

    Creator: Keck, Andrew, compiler. and Hall, Amy Laura, compiler.
    Description: On the first page of "Growing Up Protestant: Parents, Children, and Mainline Churches," Margaret Lamberts Bendroth sums up the problem of studying mainline Protestant culture in this way: "They are hardly an exotic group . . . Mainline Protestants are, in many ways, the neutral backing to the ethnic crazy quilt of American diversity, the mythical standard by which everyone else becomes an 'other.'" This database considers the backing of the crazy quilt by attention to images of mainline Protestant children and families in the U.S.,from denominational and non-denominational magazines dating from the 1920s to the 1970s. Images related to articles as well as advertisements were selected to consider the configurations of "responsible," "wholesome," and "productive" families. The images include depictions of family size and health, article-related images and advertisements on scientific nutrition, and other images related to scientific progress and proper domesticity. The researchers have also sought to consider ways that families who variously do not fit the norms are depicted within the magazines. These images will likely be relevant to studies in North American religious history, cultural history, and bioethics.
    Subject: Homemaking., Religious education., Family., Children., Mission., and Child rearing.
    Publisher: Duke University, Divinity School Library,
  19. Missionary Postcards

    Description: Images of more than 350 postcards documenting missionary work, primarily in Africa, with a few from Asia and Oceania. These postcards were produced by mission sending agencies and distributed throughout Europe and America with the intent of promoting support for the missions' work and providing information about non-Western peoples and customs. The postcards date primarily from the 1910s-1920s and provide an interesting glimpse into the Christian missionary enterprise and its impact on non-Western societies.
    Subject: Missions--Africa., Missions--India., Postcards., Catholic Church--Missions., and Missions.
    Publisher: Yale University Divinity School Library
  20. Letters and Manuscripts of the Wesley Family From the Collections of Drew University

    Creator: Wesley, Sarah, 1759-1828. and Wesley, Charles, 1707-1788.
    Description: Digital images of manuscripts written by members of the Wesley family. The majority of these are letters, but also included are hymns and poems, a sermon by John Wesley, a petition, Thomas Coke’s ordination certificate, the will of Charles Wesley’s daughter Sarah, and some of the few surviving copies of minutes from the Irish conferences of 1778, 1784, and 1785. Wesley family members represented are John and Charles Wesley; their brother Samuel Jr. and their sisters Emelia, Martha, and Mary; Charles’s wife Sarah Gwynne, sons Charles Jr. and Samuel, and daughter Sarah; and Charles’ son Samuel’s estranged wife Charlotte and his son Samuel Sebastian (the famous composer). Many of these manuscripts are originals, but some are eighteenth- and nineteenth- century handwritten copies. Except for letters to Freeborn Garrettson copied by his wife Catherine, the identities of the copyists are unknown.
    Subject: Wesley, Samuel Sebastian, 1817-1897., English letters., Methodism--History., Wesley, Charlotte, 1761-1845., Wesley, Samuel, 1766-1837., and Wesley, Sarah Gwynne, 1726-1822.
    Language: English.
    Publisher: Drew University Methodist Library,
  21. CDRI

    Description: The Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative of the American Theological Library Association and Association of Theological Schools is a repository of digital resources contributed by member libraries. The creation of CDRI was made possible by a generous grant from the Henry Luce Foundation; it is now an ongoing ATLA program. The CDRI database provides access to digital images of woodcuts, photographs, slides, papyri, coins, maps, postcards, manuscripts, lithographs, sermons, shape-note tune books, and various forms of Christian art, architecture, and iconography.
  22. Photographs From the Papers of E. Stanley Jones.

    Description: A selection of 300 photographs, most are black and white, from the Papers of E. Stanley Jones. The photos span the time from his early adulthood to just before his death. They show the personal side of his life with family photos, document his love of India and its people, and document his evangelistic endeavors.
    Subject: Jones, E. Stanley (Eli Stanley), 1884-1973., United Christian Ashrams., Evangelistic work--India., Missions--India, and Evangelistic work--Korea.
    Publisher: Asbury Theological Seminary, B. L. Fisher Library,
  23. The Ministry of Silence

    Work
    Creator: MacCarroll, Joseph
    Date: 1957
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Vesper meditation
    Subject: Practical Theology
    Format (Original): sound recordings
    Language: English
    Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Princeton Theological Seminary, Educational Media, 1957.
    Type: Sound
  24. Theology of the Third Article

    Work
    Creator: Hendry, George S.
    Date: 1974
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Class Lecture TH13, The Holy Spirit, the Church and the means of grace, and Spring Semester of 1974
    Subject: Theology
    Format (Original): sound recordings
    Language: English
    Type: Sound
  25. The letters and speeches of Oliver Cromwell

    Work
    Creator: Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658
    Date: 1904
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Volume 2
    Subject: Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658. and History
    Format (Original): books
    Language: English
    Publisher: London, Methuen & Co., 1904.
    Type: Text
  26. Harold Voelkel Album, 1956-57 - "Leaving for Visit to Armistice Area"

    Work
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Moffett Korea Collection. Photographs. Boxes of Photos, Photo Albums, and Photo Books. Series IV: Others' Albums. Box 25.
    Subject: Missions
    Format (Original): photographs
    Language: English
    Type: StillImage
  27. A Fresh Look at New Testament Reliability

    Work
    Creator: Boice, James Montgomery, 1938-2000
    Date: 1972
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Recorded at the Mackay Campus Center Lounge
    Subject: New Testament
    Format (Original): sound recordings
    Language: English
    Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Princeton Theological Seminary, Educational Media, 1972.
    Type: Sound
  28. Old Korea Images - Missions -- "Class of Christian Women / Hamheung"

    Work
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Moffett Korea Collection. Photographs. Albums of Selected Old Korea Images. Album C - Missions, 1890s-1928 - Part 1, 1890s. Album C, Part 1.
    Subject: Missions
    Format (Original): photographs
    Language: English
    Type: StillImage
  29. Acting on the Gift of Unity of Christ's Church

    Work
    Creator: Raiser, Konrad
    Date: 1998
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: 10 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., sponsored by PTS and WCC/NCC, The Legacy of Eugene Carson Blake (PTS Conference 1998), and with respondents Jane Dempsey Douglass and Leonid Kishkovsky.
    Subject: Ecumenism
    Format (Original): sound recordings
    Language: English
    Type: Sound
  30. The Christian Hope

    Work
    Creator: Gordon, Ernest, 1916-2002
    Date: 1991
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Recorded at the Mackay Campus Center Auditorium
    Subject: Church History
    Format (Original): sound recordings
    Language: English
    Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Princeton Theological Seminary, Educational Media, 1991.
    Type: Sound
  31. The Church: God's New Creations

    Work
    Creator: Gillespie, Thomas W., 1928-
    Date: 1986
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Evening Service, Recorded in Miller Chapel at 7:30 p.m., and Sermon text: 2 Corinthians 5: 10 ff
    Subject: New Testament
    Format (Original): sound recordings
    Language: English
    Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Princeton Theological Seminary, Educational Media, 1986.
    Type: Sound
  32. Obras de Santa Teresa de Jesus

    Work
    Creator: Teresa, of Avila, Saint, 1515-1582
    Date: 1915
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Volume 1 and Libro de la vida
    Subject: Catholic Church, Theology--16th century., and Catholic Church--Collected works.
    Format (Original): books
    Language: Spanish
    Publisher: Burgos : El Monte Carmelo, 1915.
    Type: Text
  33. Minutes of the forty-fourth annual session of the Eufaula Baptist Association (Ala.) 1897

    Work
    Creator: Eufaula Baptist Association
    Date: 1897
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Constituted as Eufaula Baptist Association on Nov. 13, 1854, mainly of churches from Barbour County. The name was changed to Barbour County Baptist Association on Oct. 8, 1935
    Subject: Protestantism
    Format (Original): periodicals
    Language: English
    Type: Text
  34. General history of the Christian religion and church

    Work
    Creator: Neander, August, 1789-1850
    Date: 1858
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Volume 9
    Subject: Church History and Church history.
    Format (Original): books
    Language: English
    Publisher: London : Bohn, 1850-1858.
    Type: Text
  35. Pasos

    Work
    Creator: Departamento Ecuménico de Investigaciones (Costa Rica)
    Date: 2006
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: segunda época, issue 128, and Presented here through the kind permission of Departamento Ecuménico de Investigaciones (DEI).
    Subject: Theology, Church and social problems--Periodicals., Christianity--Latin America--Periodicals., Catholic Church--Latin America--Periodicals., and Liberation theology--Periodicals.
    Format (Original): periodicals
    Language: Spanish
    Publisher: San José, Costa Rica : Departamento Ecuménico de Investigaciones, [1985-
    Type: Text
  36. Alice Butts Album, 1907-40 - "Teachers and students in Higher Bible School - Women's Biblical Seminary, when not really a school - Taken in our sitting room."

    Work
    Date: 1940
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Moffett Korea Collection. Photographs. Boxes of Photos, Photo Albums, and Photo Books. Series IV: Others' Albums. Alice M. Butts; Pyengyang Woman's Bible Institute; Pyengyang - Northern Korea. Box 26.
    Subject: Missions
    Format (Original): photographs
    Language: English
    Type: StillImage
  37. Presbyterian Korea Mission Annual Meeting - Seoul - Samuel H. and Howard Moffett, back row

    Work
    Date: 1966
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Moffett Korea Collection. Photographs. Boxes of Photos, Photo Albums, and Photo Books. Series V: Early Samuel H. Moffett Albums. Box 38.
    Subject: Missions
    Format (Original): photographs
    Language: English
    Type: StillImage
  38. Galatians, First Peter, and First John [Lecture 2]

    Work
    Creator: Metzger, Bruce M. (Bruce Manning), 1914-2007
    Date: 1983
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: 11 am: second hour (of two). and New Testament class lecture in Stuart Hall for Dr. Metzger's course NT28: Galatians, First Peter, and First John (second semester, 1982-83): Exposition and comparison of the three letters in terms of their literary style, historical setting, and theological and ethical emphases.
    Subject: New Testament
    Format (Original): sound recordings
    Language: English
    Type: Sound
  39. Esther Shields, Seoul 1897-1900 - "Chemulpo, Korea (now Inchon)"

    Work
    Date: 1897
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Moffett Korea Collection. Photographs. Boxes of Photos, Photo Albums, and Photo Books. Series IV: Others' Albums. Box 23.
    Subject: Missions
    Format (Original): photographs
    Language: English
    Type: StillImage
  40. [Chinese Bible : complete in 4 volumes]

    Work
    Date: 1800
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Volume 3 (Proverb - Malachi)
    Subject: Bible and Chinese language--Texts.
    Format (Original): books
    Language: Chinese
    Publisher: Hongkong : [s.n., 18--?]
    Type: Text