World War, 1914-1918.
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Charles Albert Blanchard Papers
Collection 038 Ephemera of Paul Rader
Collection 061 Papers of Billy and Helen Sunday
Collection 085 Papers of William H. Wrighton
Sermons, clippings, articles, manuscripts, notebooks, personal records, correspondence and miscellaneous items relating to the William Wrighton's career as a pastor, professor, writer. Also in this collection are photographs of Wrighton and his family and friends.
Collection 215 Records of Overseas Missionary Fellowship (China Inland Mission)
Collection 330 Records of The Moody Church
Collection 341 Papers of Victor G. Plymire
Collection 387 Papers of William M. Miller
Oral history interviews and transcripts with William M. Miller in which he describes his education at Princeton, Christian faith, and work as a Presbyterian missionary to Iran from 1919 to 1962. Besides descriptions of his evangelistic, pastoral, and educational work, he also describes many aspects of Iranian and Islamic society. Most of the transcripts are of interviews done for the Presbyterian Historical Society.
Collection 418 Papers of Hester H. Withey
Collection 452 Papers of Elwood L. Davis
Collection 453 Oral History Interviews with Paul H. Bartel
Collection 479 Oral History Interview with William A. Stier
Collection 513 Oral History Interview with John R. Stauffacher
KJ Gilchrist Collection
This archive contains materials from KJ Gilchrist relating to research for his book on C.S. Lewis and World War I, A Morning after War (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 2005). Also included in the archive are several pieces of WWI memorabilia / artifacts, gathered by Dr. Gilchrist near locations where C.S. Lewis served.
Robert and Wilda Savage papers.
Small Collection 104 Ephemera of the Belgian Gospel Mission
This collection contains a letter from Belgian Gospel Mission directors Edith and Ralph Norton and a BGM newsletter. The personal letter describes the continuing effects of World War I on the country, the activities of various missionaries, perceived opposition to the mission from the Roman Catholic hierarchy and the testimonies of new converts.