Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SC 01144
Scope and Contents Diary of reverend and missionary Arthur Samuel Burt (1846-1890). His last entry is was made about 4 months before his death and mentions handing over the church’s ministry to someone else as his health is deteriorating. The entire journal is about his ministry, funerals, conventions, visitations, marriages, his travels and family. Burt visited many people in the area and lists most of them by their full name. At the end of his life he lives in New Bedford, Bristol Co., Massachusetts. Also...
Identifier: SC 01024
Scope and Contents Diary, 1851, of George W. Chesbrough, a Methodist minister from Niagara County, New York. Concerns Chesbrough's teaching of sabbath school, preaching, and attendence at religious conferences along the Lake Erie coast. Also details the people with whom he met, primarily other ministers, Bible passages upon which he wrote sermons, and the chores he did.
Identifier: SC 00772
Scope and Contents Diary, 1900, of Howard Allen Kunkle, a seminary student in a Lutheran seminary in Mt. Airy, Pennsylvania. Contains entries about his life in seminary, his school work, his first sermons, and returning home to preach in the summer.
Identifier: SC 00847
Scope and Contents Travel diary, possibly revised as a book manuscript, by Reverend Martin S. Howard of Wilbraham, Massachusetts. The exact dates are not noted, but the late 1870s to early or mid-1880s seems a likely time frame. The diary is titled "A Bee line through Gt. Britain" and subsequent parts have the following headings: Edinburgh, Dublin, Killarney, Lakes of Killarney, Across the Irish Sea, London, Thirty days in France and Italy, Paris, Dijon, Florence, Rome, Venice, Milan, Tramps and Drives and...
Identifier: MS 00171
Scope and Contents Three diaries, 1868-1875, of John Kelley, a minister from Bay City, Michigan. The first volume includes books from the Old Testament and the New Testament of the Bible copied by hand, diary entries for 1868, copies of letters written by Kelley, and drawings of various holy sites in Israel and elsewhere as well as drawings of religious iconography. The second volume includes the same types of entries but also includes a section at the end entitled "Rudiments of the Latin Language." The final...
Identifier: SC 00954
Scope and Contents Diary of the Reverent Richard Brown (1674-1732), of Massachusetts. 16 are diary entries and 12 are printed almanac pages, one for each month of the year. Entries provide details of Brown's activities, comments on parishioners, etc. As on March 9, in part: "Tho. Nickols bid me beware of S.G. for he is a traitor and Briant's tool...". On May 28 Capt. Pool "dyed", and was buried on the 31st." In addition to the numerous entries, there are two pages of accounts and at the end, 4 staves...