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    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: This collection consists of diaries (1880-1919), essays, poems, correspondence, legal documents, clippings, sermons, mementos, photographs, and other miscellaneous material.
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    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: This collection consists of 30 volumes of Dr. Fulton's personal journal. Each volume covers one year, from 1893 to 1922. A small file folder of miscellaneous items related to Dr. Fulton was collected by the archives and added to the collection.
  • Atla collection
    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Since the early 1950s, Princeton Theological Seminary has maintained a consistent practice of recording the many public lecture series and institutes held at the Seminary, along with major sermons, addresses, and interviews, many of them given by some of the most prominent scholars, pastors, and church leaders of their day. This archive of several thousand unique, unpublished recordings constitutes not only a living record of the Seminary’s institutional history but also an important and wide-ranging collection of valuable resources for research and ministry.
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    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: This collection consists of primary materials relating to Presbyterian missions work in China in the 1920s and 1930s. It includes letters and items relating to the Scott and the Stam missionary families.
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    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: Presbyterian missions in India, 1909–1918
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    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: The Reverend George H. Bowen (1818-1888) was a missionary for many years to Bombay, India. This collection consists of a diary maintained by the Rev. Bowen (1849 - 1870), as well as letters written by him(1847 - 1858).
  • Moffett Korea Collection

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    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: The Moffett Korea Collection consists of the personal papers of Samuel Hugh Moffett (1916–2015), Henry W. Luce Professor of Ecumenics and Mission at Princeton Theological Seminary (1981–1986), those of his wife, Eileen Flower Moffett (1928–), and manuscript materials, publications, clippings, and related non-print media regarding Korea, including the history of Korean missions, the Korean churches, and religion in Korea. There are also Moffett genealogical materials and personal papers relating to various members of the Moffett family, especially Samuel Austin Moffett (1864–1939), pioneer Presbyterian missionary in Korea.
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    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: The Benson Collection of Hymnals and Hymnology consists of approximately 12,000 volumes on virtually every aspect of hymnology, with the exception of musical scores and anthems. Over half of the collection is presented here in digital form. There are many early editions of the metrical psalms; historical hymnbooks of all of the major Protestant denominations; evangelistic, revival and gospel hymnbooks; hymns for the Sunday School and children; religious poetry; and books about hymns, hymn writers, and the use of music and song in worship.
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    Contributing Institution: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
    Description: This collection contains the Reverend Simonton's manuscript journal maintained from 1852 to 1866, accompanied by a typescript copy.