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Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Calvin Miller Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-024
Scope and Contents The manuscripts and papers of popular writer and pastor Calvin Miller are arranged into five series. The material arrived in several accessions beginning in 1990. The largest series is book manuscripts, with other categories of articles, correspondence, artwork, and biographical. Miller periodically adds items to the collection and it can be assumed that the papers have not reached their final arrangement. The largest portion of the Calvin Miller Collection is composed of manuscripts, both of...

Christian Camping International Records

 Collection — Books
Identifier: SC-055
Scope and Contents The records of Christian Camping International provide a good overview of the administrative workings of the organization in its first forty years. The legal and organizational structure are documented in the first series.Correspondence and reports for CCI’s two earliest executive directors are housed in the collection providing highlights of the organization’s leadership.The International Operations series provides a look into the growth of CCI into an international...

Coleman Luck, Jr. Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-041
Scope and Contents The Coleman Luck Collection (SC-41) provides a look at the process of free-lance and contracted writing for television and screenplay. Mr. Luck's materials show a project's journey from a simple concept, to an outline, treatment, research, first draft, revisions, final manuscript, and finally to the screen. This collection contains a wide variety of materials including correspondence, periodical clippings, manuscripts and video tapes. The bulk of the material dates from 1984-present. The...

DuPage Heritage Gallery Records

 Collection
Identifier: SC-074
Scope and Contents The DuPage Heritage Gallery Records comprise a wide variety of written records created by the organization’s staff during the course of its work from its inception and over the subsequent 25 years. These are materials pertaining to the Gallery itself and to specific exhibits. The organization of the collection tries to reflect this distinction in its divisions, which include “General”, “Administration”, “Publications”, “Gallery Dedication (Governor’s Dinner)” and “Inductees”.Records...

Frederick Buechner Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-005
Scope and Contents Biographical material is divided into the categories of general biographical, memorabilia, notebooks and "schools." The latter section includes papers and items produced by Buechner during his school days. The general biographical section encompasses the categories of photographs, awards, family history and information on Buechner's friends. Memorabilia includes non written items nature or written matter not directly relating to Buechner (e.g. sympathy letters written to Buechner's mother...

Hans Rookmaaker Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-018
Scope and Contents The largest portion of the Collection consists of 3 x 5 bibliographic note cards (in Dutch). This is also the only series that includes original manuscript material. A preliminary index has been created to assist the researcher.  Copies of published articles in Dutch and English comprise Boxes 1 and 2. Arrangement is by language, and by publication. The articles written for the Dutch newspaper Trouw (1949-1956), and Opbouw (1957-1972) are foldered chronologically. Journal articles in English...

Hon. Daniel R. Coats Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-098
Scope and Contents The collection, organized into 9 series (Administrative, Committee Files, Constituent Service, Correspondence, Legislative Records, Media Relations, Policy Records, Media, and Memorabilia), is composed of nearly two decades of service in the House and Senate, featuring a thorough cross section of all political events during those years. Most of the collection consists of documents stored in folders and boxes. Many of these records correspond to Coats' work on two prominent Senate committees:...

Illinois Institute

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: RG-00-001
Scope and Contents Records of the predecessor Illinois Institute (1852-1860)

Julia and Herman Fischer Family Papers

 Collection — Books
Identifier: SC-117
Scope and Contents The material of the Herman A. Fischer, Sr. Family Collection was likely given to the Wheaton College Special Collections by Raymond P. Fischer, son of Herman Fischer, Sr. Most of the information in this collection spans the years from 1858 to 1934, although it includes several pieces from before 1800. The material is divided into several main categories, each related to Herman Fischer, Sr., his wife Julia Waters Blanchard Fischer, or one of their children. Other categories include Untitled...

Keston, USA Records

 Collection — Books
Identifier: SC-042
Scope and Contents Occupying approximately five linear feet, the collection includes Board Materials, Correspondence, Financial and Legal Records, Publications, Secondary Material, Addresses, and Media Items.   Though basic information exists for the Board Materials series, the largest portion of the collection consists of Correspondence dating from 1983 to 1990. This correspondence is by or between Keston, USA board members. Another series that occupies a large percentage of the collection is the Financial and...

Margaret and Kenneth P. Landon Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-038
Scope and Contents The papers of Kenneth P. and Margaret Landon present unique views into the life and culture of Southeast Asia. Margaret, best known for her work Anna and the King of Siam, and Kenneth, a Presbyterian missionary and later Southeast Asia specialist with the U.S. State Department, were both graduates of Wheaton College. Both exhibit distinct qualities that offer the researcher many opportunities.The collection is organized into 12 series (Biography/Correspondence, Siam Missionary...

Mignon Rittenhouse Papers

 Collection — Box I.1
Identifier: SC-092
Scope and Contents The collection are organized into seven series (Biographical, Correspondence, Legal/Financial, Manuscripts, Photographs, Published Material and Secondary). The collection is concentrated within the manuscripts and secondary series, both containing materials relating to two of Rittenhouse's books, The Amazing Nellie Bly and Seven Women Explorers. Manuscripts also contains poetry written by Rittenhouse. Correspondence is both business-related and personal. Correspondence...

National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-113
Scope and Contents The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) Records organized according to: affiliates, commissions, conventions, corporate records, executive/general director, historical, media (audio, video, photographs), membership files, public affairs, public relations working files, and publications. The bulk of the collection is concentrated in corporate records, media, and public affairs.

National Christian Association (NCA) Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-029
Scope and Contents The National Christian Association was founded in 1868 with the purpose of organizing Christian opposition to secret societies, i.e., oath-bound orders such as the Freemasons, Knights Templar, Oddfellows, and Knights of Pythias.  Researchers inquiring into the areas of Christian reform, fraternalism, and anti-secretism of the late 19th and early 20th centuries will find ample material in this collection.  In addition, The Christian Cynosure (1868-1983), the official organ of the Chicago-based...