Chaplains, Military--United States--20th century
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: 01/Mss. Acc. 1990.02 and 1990.11
Scope and Contents Fifty-eight diaries of Joseph Buchanan Bernardin, Episcopal clergyman, dated 1913-1987, and thirteen scrapbooks of clippings, invitations, programs, and other memorabilia. Most of his diary entries do not go into detail, but record the bare bones of his daily activities. He often mentions people with whom he socializes and good friends. But he rarely tells what he is reading, or mentions particulars about his parishioners or friends. He mentions places he visits, from restaurants...
Identifier: 01/Mss. Acc. 2012.408
Scope and Contents Letters, 1943-1946, of Harold R. Cunningham, a Navy chaplain from California. Includes letters written while at the Chaplain's School at the College of William & Mary and while on subsequent duty assignments in Wales, at the Sampson Naval Training Center in New York and aboard the USS Arkansas. Most of the letters are addressed to his mother in California. All others are addressed to his wife.
Identifier: UA 5.221
Scope and Contents This collection includes materials received by Ernstmeyer while attending the Naval Chaplain's School at William and Mary in 1943-1944. There are two photographs, one of Chaplain School attendees (unidentified) and another of two men in uniform (unidentified though Ernstmeyer is presumed to be one). The collection also includes the Graduation Exercises program for 1944, a couple of documents from the Navy, Ernstmeyer's dance card for Phi Mu's December 10, 1943 Christmas Formal, his William and...
Identifier: Mss. 39.2 L72
Scope and Contents Papers, 1918-1936, of Lewis Peyton Little, a Baptist minister in Williamsburg, Virginia. Includes correspondence and notes concerning his duties as a chaplain in World War I and the writing of his books. There are drafts of his "Imprisoned Preachers and Religious Liberty in Virginia" (Lynchburg, Virginia., J.P. Bell Co., 1938) and of an unpublished work entitled "The Battle of Bethel".
Identifier: UA 170
Identifier: MS 00005
Scope and Contents The papers of Rev. Thomas E. Pugh, who was the minister of the Williamsburg Baptist Church in Williamsburg, Virginia from 1952-1981. Collection includes both personal and ministerial related material. Early photograph albums show Pugh's childhood but his correspondence and papers begin with his student days at the University of Richmond in 1940. He attended Crozer Theological Seminary and Harvard University Chaplain School before becoming an Army Chaplain in 1944. His first...