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Disciples of Christ -- History.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

Charles Clarke Chapman Papers, 1844 - 1967

 Series — Box 1
Overview The papers of Charles C. Chapman include files he personally kept and organized and a few items such as his academic robe, some photographs and some citrus fruit labels that his family deposited at a later date. Charles C. Chapman's papers include his files pertaining to his long association with Chapman College, speeches he gave on over 400 occasions, copius notes by topic for his autobiography, pamphlets and news articles of interest to him, and personal and business papers.
Dates: 1844 - 1967

File 4. Pamphlets, conscientious objectors

 File — Document-box 6
Scope and Contents This subseries contains conscientious objector ephemera/pamphlets, and pamphlets on pacifism from Harmon Wilkinson's collection.
Dates: 1937 - 1992

Irvin C. "Ernie" Chapman, '33, Chapman University Trustee papers, 1933-2002

 Series
Overview This collection is the papers of Irvin C. "Ernie" Chapman, '33, and contains documents relating to his service as a trustee of Chapman University, and also contains personal documents, such as ephemera relating to his travels to Europe.
Dates: 1933-2002

Series 10. Publications

 Series — Document-box 9: Series RG. 16.6; Series RG. 16.7; Series RG. 16.8; Series RG. 16.9; Series RG. 16.5
Identifier: RG. 16.5
Scope and Contents Shares box with RG 16, containing Series V. - Series XI. This series contains the following: A pamphlet entitled "A" or "The"? Disciples of Today and Yesterday. "Created to Serve" about the Christian Board of Publication The Disciples Student Fellowship Journal Vol IV, No. 4 April 1950 issue.This Record Group also contains scanned copy of images from the history of Chapman University. It also includes articles about and publications by Hesperian College and California Christian...
Dates: 1930s to the present

Series 2. Individual Disciple churches

 Series — Document-box 6: Series RG. 16.2
Identifier: RG. 16.2
Scope and Contents This series contains 7 CDs of PowerPoint presentations with photos of students and alumni of Chapman University, as well as congregants and ministers of All People's Christian Church in Los Angeles, dating from the 1930s until the present. This series also contains a folder of individual Disciple ministers, churches, Loch Leven conference grounds and the Churchman's Foundation Christian Church Retirement home. Other churches included in the series are: Huntington Park Christian Church,...
Dates: 1930s to the present

Series 3. Conventions

 Series — Document-box 7: Series RG. 16.3
Identifier: RG. 16.3
Scope and Contents 1 box.

Contains ephemera from various annual and international conventions (1899-1987) which includes pamphlets, programs and buttons.
Dates: 1930s to the present

Series 4. Unified Promotion

 Series — Document-box 8: Series RG. 16.4
Identifier: RG. 16.4

Series 5. Crusade for a Christian World

 Series — Document-box 9: Series RG. 16.6; Series RG. 16.7; Series RG. 16.8; Series RG. 16.9; Series RG. 16.5
Scope and Contents 1 box, containing materials from RG16 Series V-XI.
Dates: 1930s to the present

Series 6. United Christian Missionary Society

 Series — Document-box 9: Series RG. 16.6; Series RG. 16.7; Series RG. 16.8; Series RG. 16.9; Series RG. 16.5
Identifier: RG. 16.6
Scope and Contents Shares box with RG 16 Series V.-XI. This folder contains letters of correspondence between Pres. George Reeves and the United Christian Missionary Society 1950-1952.
Dates: 1930s to the present

Series 7. Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America and Cooperating Bodies/National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America

 Series — Document-box 9: Series RG. 16.6; Series RG. 16.7; Series RG. 16.8; Series RG. 16.9; Series RG. 16.5
Identifier: RG. 16.7
Scope and Contents Shares box with RG 16 Series V.-XI. This folder contains Memoranda about pending legislation in the U.S. Congress of interest to the churches, explaining programs or regulations of government agencies as may be requested by the constituency, to list the persons in the government who have special knowledge of value to officials of the churches. These memoranda cover the period 1948-1952. The name on the Memoranda changed in January, 1951, to National Council of the Churches of Christ in the...
Dates: 1930s to the present

Series 8. Board of Higher Education., July 1955

 Series — Document-box 9: Series RG. 16.6; Series RG. 16.7; Series RG. 16.8; Series RG. 16.9; Series RG. 16.5
Identifier: RG. 16.8
Scope and Contents Series VIII is a Report in 1955 to the Board of Education of the Disciples of Christ of the Survey of Chapman College after its move to Orange County. Also included in Series VIII is: 2 copies of pamphlet entitled "The Church and the Christian College" A pamphlet entitled "Higher Education for Christian Leadership" Shares box with RG 16 Series V.-XI.
Dates: July 1955

Series 9. Constitution, August 1, 1947

 Series — Document-box 9: Series RG. 16.6; Series RG. 16.7; Series RG. 16.8; Series RG. 16.9; Series RG. 16.5
Identifier: RG. 16.9
Scope and Contents Contains Constitution dated August 1, 1947 Shares box with RG 16 Series V.-XI.
Dates: August 1, 1947

Subseries 1. Emergency Million

 Sub-Series
Identifier: RG. 16.6
Scope and Contents 1 box, containing Series V. - Series XI. This folder contains correspondence between Pres. George Reeves and the Emergency Million campaign, publications explaining or promoting the campaign for foreign missions in 1947, and accounting records of amounts pledged and received.
Dates: 1930s to the present

Subseries 2. Bruce Brown scrapbook, 1899 - 1950

 Sub-Series — Flat-box 2
Identifier: RG. 16.1
Overview The Bruce Brown scrapbook contains primarilty newspapers articles that include histories of First Christian Church of Fullerton, South Park Christian Church, Los Angeles, Charles C. Chapman, Freemasonry, Ku Klux Klan in Los Angeles, women's rights, etc. There is a little primary material, in the form of a letter, a Spokane Base Ball Club season pass, and church event flyers and notices. There is also some commentary on post-its by previous owners of the scrapbook, remarking on the content of...
Dates: 1899 - 1950