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Correspondence

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Speeches

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Biographical Files

Research

Manuscripts

Christian Reformed Church Missions

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Collection Overview

Title: Henry Beets Collection, 1824-1981

Predominant Dates:1910-1945

ID: COLL/011

Primary Creator: Beets, Henry (1869-1947)

Extent: 34.0 Cubic Feet. More info below.

Arrangement: The collection is arranged according to record type since the material was sorted several times prior to deposit in the Archives. No indication of the original order remains.

Date Acquired: 00/00/1962

Subjects: Banner, Calvinism, Christian Reformed Church, Immigrants - North America, Missionary Monthly, Navajo Indians, Nederlandse Hervormde Kerk - History - Secession, 1834, Zuni Indians

Forms of Material: Photographs, Sermons

Languages: English, Dutch;Flemish

Abstract

Henry Beets (1869-1947) was born in Koedijk, the Netherlands. He emigrated to the United States and was a minister of the Christian Reformed Church. The collection details his theological training, his parish ministries in Pella, Iowa, and Grand Rapids, Michigan, and his interests in ecumenical contacts and mission outreach, particularly to the Zunis and Navajos of the western United States. He was a prolific writer on the Christian Reformed Church, Reformed religion, Dutch Calvinism, Dutch immigrants to North America, and related topics. The collection also contains his research notes, drafts, and final publications on these topics and a large collection of pamphlets on the Reformed churches following the secession of the State Church in the Netherlands in 1834.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Henry Beets (1869-1947) was born in Koedijk, the Netherlands. He emigrated to the United States and was a minister of the Christian Reformed Church. The collection details his theological training, his parish ministries in Pella, Iowa, and Grand Rapids, Michigan, and his interests in ecumenical contacts and mission outreach, particularly to the Zunis and Navajos of the western United States. He was a prolific writer on the Christian Reformed Church, Reformed religion, Dutch Calvinism, Dutch immigrants to North America, and related topics. The collection also contains his research notes, drafts, and final publications on these topics and a large collection of pamphlets on the Reformed churches following the secession of the State Church in the Netherlands in 1834.

The correspondence details Beets's extensive contacts and interests in denominational and church histories. An index of significant correspondents is available. Of note are his biographical notes on Christian Reformed Church (CRC) ministers and mission efforts, particularly regarding Johanna Veenstra. The sermons reflect Dutch Reformed Calvinism as it took root in North America during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The speeches reflect a wide range of topics varying from missions in the United States, Canada, China, and Africa to arriving Dutch immigrants. There are speeches and articles on patriotism during the WW I years. His research and manuscripts present a wide range of subjects. Especially noteworthy are those on the history and development of the CRC. Beets gathered together a sizable pamphlet collection which he had bound. An alphabetical index by author is available.

Collection Historical Note

Henry Beets (b. Koedijk, Noord-Holland, the Netherlands, 5 January 1869; d. Grand Rapids, MI, 29 October 1947) graduated from Calvin Theological Seminary in 1895. He immigrated to Luctor, Kansas, in 1886. After graduating he served as a parish minister in the Christian Reformed Church. He served the congregations of Sioux Center, Iowa, 1895-1899; LaGrave Avenue, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1899-1915; and Burton Heights, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1915-1920. A prolific writer, he began his writing as the associate editor of Gereformeerde Amerikaan. In 1902 he headed a group that purchased The Banner, and served as its editor for twenty-five years. During this time the periodical became the official English-language publication of the Christian Reformed Church. Later he also became editor and publisher of the Reformed Review and De Heidenwereld (Missionary Monthly). In addition, he published a number of pamphlets and books. Interested in missions, he became the denominational secretary of the Board of Missions in 1901, a position that became full time in 1920. At the same time, he served for forty years as the denomination's first stated clerk. He also served as a member of a joint committee to revise the metrical versions of the Psalms for which he was awarded an honorary doctorate of letters by Muskingum College. In 1934 he was knighted by Queen Wilhelmina and awarded the Order of Orange Nassau for his support of Dutch culture. He retired in 1939. Beets married Clara Poel on 11 September 1895. They had three sons: Henry Nicholas, Abel Jasper, and William Clarence.

Biographical Note

Henry Beets (b. Koedijk, Noord-Holland, the Netherlands, 5 January 1869; d. Grand Rapids, MI, 29 October 1947) graduated from Calvin Theological Seminary in 1895. He immigrated to Luctor, Kansas, in 1886. After graduating he served as a parish minister in the Christian Reformed Church. He served the congregations of Sioux Center, Iowa, 1895-1899; LaGrave Avenue, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1899-1915; and Burton Heights, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1915-1920. A prolific writer, he began his writing as the associate editor of Gereformeerde Amerikaan. In 1902 he headed a group that purchased The Banner, and served as its editor for twenty-five years. During this time the periodical became the official English-language publication of the Christian Reformed Church. Later he also became editor and publisher of the Reformed Review and De Heidenwereld (Missionary Monthly). In addition, he published a number of pamphlets and books. Interested in missions, he became the denominational secretary of the Board of Missions in 1901, a position that became full time in 1920. At the same time, he served for forty years as the denomination's first stated clerk. He also served as a member of a joint committee to revise the metrical versions of the Psalms for which he was awarded an honorary doctorate of letters by Muskingum College. In 1934 he was knighted by Queen Wilhelmina and awarded the Order of Orange Nassau for his support of Dutch culture. He retired in 1939. Beets married Clara Poel on 11 September 1895. They had three sons: Henry Nicholas, Abel Jasper, and William Clarence.

Subject/Index Terms

Banner
Calvinism
Christian Reformed Church
Immigrants - North America
Missionary Monthly
Navajo Indians
Nederlandse Hervormde Kerk - History - Secession, 1834
Zuni Indians

Administrative Information

Repository: Heritage Hall, Hekman Library

Alternate Extent Statement: 72 boxes

Access Restrictions: This collection is open to research. Materials do not circulate.

Acquisition Source: Gift of William B. Eerdmans, 1962

Preferred Citation: [item], folder, box, Henry Beets Collection, Heritage Hall (Hekman Library), Calvin University

Other Note: Collection partly in Dutch


Box and Folder Listing


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[Series 1: Correspondence, 1875-1947],
[Series 2: Sermons, 1887-1945, undated],
[Series 3: Speeches, 1900-1940, undated],
[Series 4: Articles, 1900-1981, undated],
[Series 5: Biographical Files],
[Series 6: Research],
[Series 7: Manuscripts],
[Series 8: Christian Reformed Church Missions, 1918-1947, undated],
[Series 9: Various Organizations and Events],
[Series 10: Clippings, Miscellaneous],
[Series 11: Photos],
[Series 12: Personal Files],
[Series 13: Emigration to Canada, 1925-1932],
[Series 14: Pamphlets, 1902-1950],
[Series 15: Marriage Licenses, 1896-1913],
[Series 16: Scrapbooks, 1846- [1942]],
[Series 17: Bound Volumes],
[Series 18: Microfilm],
[All]

Series 1: Correspondence --- 1875-1947
Box 1: Correspondence --- 1875-1908
14 folders
Box 2: Correspondence --- 1909-1914
10 folders
Box 3: Correspondence --- 1915-1920
11 folders
Box 4: Correspondence --- 1920-1922
11 folders
Box 5: Correspondence --- 1922-1923
10 folders
Box 6: Correspondence --- 1923-1924
12 folders
Box 7: Correspondence --- 1924-1925
12 folders
Box 8: Correspondence --- 1925-1926
10 folders
Box 9: Correspondence --- 1926-1927
13 folders
Box 10: Correspondence --- 1927-1928
11 folders
Box 11: Correspondence --- 1928-1930
11 folders
Box 12: Correspondence --- 1930-1934
16 folders
Box 13: Correspondence --- 1934-1936
14 folders
Box 14: Correspondence --- 1936-1940
15 folders
Box 15: Correspondence --- 1940-1942
12 folders
Box 16: Correspondence --- 1943-1947
11 folders
Box 17
Folder 1: Christian Reformed Ministers, A-Z
Folder 2: Christian Reformed Ministers, A-Z
Folder 3: Personal
Folder 4: Personal
Folder 5: Personal
Folder 6: Personal
Folder 7: Mayflower Celebration
Folder 8: Historical material re: establishment of several churches at turn of century
Series 2: Sermons --- 1887-1945, undated
Box 18
Folder 1: Installation, Ordination, Inauguration --- 1887-1945
Folder 2: Special Non-church Days and Events
Folder 3: Funerals --- 1901-1931
Folder 4: Marriages --- 1906-1924
Folder 5: Advent --- 1904-1945
Folder 6: Christmas --- 1904-1918
Folder 7: Old Year's Eve --- 1899-1935
Folder 8: Prayer Day --- 1900-1932
Folder 9: New Year's Day --- 1901-1944
Folder 10: Lenten, Series I to IV --- 1900-1921
Folder 11: Lenten, Series V to XI --- 1902-1940
Folder 12: Lenten --- 1900-1935
Folder 13: Lenten --- 1934-1943
Folder 14: Lenten, Good Friday --- 1906-1945
Box 19
Folder 1: Palm Sunday, Easter --- 1901-1909
Folder 2: Easter --- 1910-1940
Folder 3: Ascension Day --- 1900-1941
Folder 4: Pentecost --- 1900-1943
Folder 5: Thanksgiving --- 1900-1939
Folder 6: Baptism --- 1903-1931
Folder 7: Preparatory for the Lord's Supper --- 1901-1944
Folder 8: Lord's Supper --- 1901-1942
Folder 9: Post-Communion --- 1901-1910
Folder 10: Old Testament --- 1899-1910
Folder 11: Old Testament --- 1911-1924
Folder 12: Old Testament --- 1925-1938
Folder 13: Old Testament --- 1940-1947
Folder 14: Old Testament, undated
Box 20
Folder 1: New Testament --- 1901-1920
Folder 2: New Testament --- 1921-1927
Folder 3: New Testament --- 1928-1934
Folder 4: New Testament --- 1935-1947
Folder 5: New Testament, undated
Folder 6: Heidelberg Catechism; Introduction and Lord's Days 1-3 --- 1935
Folder 7: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. I, Lord's Days 1-22
Folder 8: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. I, Lord's Days 23-52
Folder 9: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. II, Lord's Days 1-37
Folder 10: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. II, Lord's Days, 1-17
Folder 11: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. II, Lord's Days, 23-52
Box 21
Folder 1: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. III, Lord's Days, 1-16
Folder 2: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. III, Lord's Days --- 18-30
Folder 3: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. III, Lord's Days, 31-52
Folder 4: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. IV, Lord's Days 1-13 --- 1908-1909
Folder 5: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. IV, Lord's Days, 14-22 --- 1909
Folder 6: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. IV, Lord's Days, 23-37 --- 1909
Folder 7: Heidelberg Catechism; Vol. IV, Lord's Days, 38-52; including one sermon on 350th Anniversary of the Catechism --- 1910-1911
Folder 8: Revelation --- 1902-1920
Folder 9: Missions --- 1902-1917
Folder 10: Missions --- 1920-1927
Folder 11: Missions --- 1928-1945
Folder 12: Missions, undated
Box 22
Folder 1
Item 1: Sovereign Love and Restoring Grace, 30
Item 2: Ten Lenten Meditations for Radio, 1, 2, 3, undated
Folder 2: Ten Lenten Meditations for Radio, 4, 5, 6, undated
Folder 3: Ten Lenten Meditations for Radio, 7, 8, 9, 10, undated
Folder 4: Man of Sorrows,' Lenten Series including seven sermons on the Seven Words from the Cross --- 1928
Folder 5
Item 1: The Great Restoration
Item 2: God's Great Gift of Love to the World
Item 3: Sovereign Grace and Restoring Love
Item 4: The Race to Heaven
Item 5: His Name Immanuel (Advent)
Item 6: The Bible, the Word of God
Folder 6: For Young People --- 1906-1936
Folder 7: Index Textorum Electorum, undated
Series 3: Speeches --- 1900-1940, undated
Box 23
Folder 1
Item 1: Address General Synod RCA --- 1934
Item 2: Address of Welcome --- 1940
Item 3: Brave Little Holland Today --- 1934
Item 4: Breakers Ahead and How to Escape Them --- 1922
Item 5: Address, Fortieth Anniversary --- 1933
Item 6: Calvinism's Root-Principle (series Calvinism no. 1)
Item 7: Calvinists and Missions --- 1929
Item 8: Challenge of China --- 1931
Item 9: Challenge of China --- 1930
Item 10: Challenge of the Ministry to the Christian Young Manhood to America --- 1921
Folder 2
Item 1: Changing China
Item 2: China, a Country of Contrasts --- 1924
Item 3: China, a Land of Tears --- 1930
Item 4: China Mission, een Geopende Deur en vele tegenstanders --- 1933
Item 5: Christian Life Ideals and the Power to Realize Them --- 1939
Item 6: Christian High Address --- 1934
Item 7: Central Body of Men's Church Organizations --- 1921
Item 8: Christian Life Ideals --- 1927
Item 9: Composite Address
Folder 3
Item 1: Common Grace? Special Grace? Or Both?
Item 2: Contrasts-Eating
Item 3: Contributions of the Dutch toward our American Independence --- 1918
Item 4: Current Events in the Light of God's Word
Item 5: Darkness: Casting of Women
Item 6: Darkness: Medicine
Item 7: Diaconate, the Introduction --- 1933
Folder 4
Item 1: Dr. A. Kuyper as Preacher and Theologican --- 1937
Item 2: Dutch and their Achievements [1935]
Item 3: Dutch in Western Michigan --- 1935
Item 4: Excellence of the Heidelberg Catechism
Item 5: Expository Preaching --- 1916
Item 6: Famous Women of Reformation Days --- 1930
Item 7: First Struggle of Our 'Western' Pilgrims
Item 8: Funeral Address N. H. Battles --- 1933
Item 9: Funeral Address A. Dooge --- 1934
Item 10: Glory of the Missionary Enterprise --- 1925
Folder 5
Item 1: Holland's Language and Literature
Item 2: Holding the Ropes for our Missions --- 1932
Item 3: Indians of North America
Item 4: Jerusalem Communism
Item 5: Home Mission Tasks
Item 6: Kingdom to Appeal to the Men of America
Item 7: Koninginne Verjaardag --- 1940
Item 8: Life and Labors of H. P. Scholte
Folder 6
Item 1: Laborers Are Few
Item 2: Life and Labors in the Life of H. P. Scholte --- 1933
Item 3: Medical Mission Work, a Valuable Undertaking in the Kingdom of God
Item 4: Michigan Student Volunteer Union, Address --- 1933
Item 5: Missions, A Winning Cause --- 1925
Item 6: Missions and the Bible, [1922]
Item 7: Nazism in its Dangerous Religious Implications
Item 8: Necessity of Medical Mission-Work --- 1915
Item 9: Nederlandsche Stam in de V. S. en zijn Worstelingen
Folder 7
Item 1: New and Living Way to Heaven and the Throne of Grace --- 1934
Item 2: North American Indian
Item 3: Notes of Farewell Address CRC Board of Missions --- 1939
Item 4: Ons Wapentuig op eigen Steen
Item 5: Baker's Dozen of Reasons for Favoring Christian Schools --- 1926
Item 6: Our Affiliation with the Michigan Sundayschool [sic] of Religious Education
corrected title: Our Affiliation with the Michigan Sunday school of Religious Education
Folder 8
Item 1: Our Own Educational Grindstones --- 1918
Item 2: Our Vision of Religious Education in the Sunday School --- 1920
Item 3: Our Indebtedness to Israel --- 1915
Item 4: Patriotism in Peace Time --- 1919
Item 5: Patriotism --- 1918
Item 6: Patriotism --- 1917
Item 7: Phenomena in the Sunday School World to Put Us on Our Guard
Item 8: Prayer Needs of Mission Fields the World Around
Folder 9
Item 1: Religious Conditions among Our American Youth
Item 2: Religion We as Christian Workers Should Exemplify and Offer to Young America, the Reformation --- 1939
Item 3: Seven 'Ells' of Home Base --- 1917
Item 4: Shall We Have a Central Home Mission Organization?
Item 5: Sino-Japanese Situation and Missions
Item 6: Some Reasons for Pushing the Cause of Missions Harder Than We Have Ever Done --- 1910
Folder 10
Item 1: South America - Land of Darkness and of Dawn --- 1937
Item 2: Struggle in South Africa --- 1900
Item 3: Summer Conference Grounds for Our People
Item 4: Sunday School and Missions
Item 5: Sovereign Hand of the Lord in the Work of the Dutch
Item 6: Secession of 1834, three versions
Item 7: Sunday School and Missions --- 1917
Item 8: Supreme Life-Ideals for Christian Workers --- 1928
Item 9: Untitled
Box 24
Folder 1
Item 1: Uw Werk, 0 Heere, Behoud dat in . . . --- 1932
Item 2: Vocational Sunday
Item 3: What I Saw, Heard, Felt during Recent Trip to Europe
Item 4: What I Like and Dislike in Holland
Item 5: William the Silent --- 1933
Item 6: What the Dutch Have Done for American Independence, And What We All Should Do to Keep Our Country Free
Folder 2
Item 1: What the Dutch Think about Us and of Us --- 1933
Item 2: Who is My Neighbor?
Item 3: Why a Strong Alumni Association? --- 1924
Item 4: Why Business Boosters Should Boost the Church and How --- 1920
Item 5: Why Enthusiastic for Missions
Item 6: Why the Christian Hollanders of Kalamazoo Should Have a Holland Home --- 1923
Item 7: Why Go to Church on Sunday --- 1937
Item 8: Why Some Churches Use the Psalms . . .
Folder 3
Item 1: Why Not to Abolish the Parochial School --- 1920
Item 2: Why Our Women Should Organize a Missionary Organization
Item 3
Item 4: Why We of Dutch Descent Claim our Modest Place in the Sun of American Respect --- 1934
three versions
Item 5: 'Why We Should Favor and Foster the Sabbath School"
Item 6: Why We Should Support the US Government
Folder 4
Item 1: Why Women Should Be Enthused for Missions --- 1931
Item 2: William of Orange --- 1933
three versions
Item 3: William of Orange as the Moses of the Dutch People --- 1933
Item 4: Why We Should Oppose the Saloon
Item 5: Why We Still Should Be Enthusiastic for Missions
Item 6: William of Orange as the Washington and Lincoln of the Dutch People
Item 7: Women and the Kingdom --- 1935
Item 8: What the Dutch Calvinists Really Stand For and Why --- 1912
Folder 5
Item 1: Young People We Need to Meet
Item 2: These Dangers --- 1913
Item 3: Untitled
Item 4: Miscellaneous
Series 4: Articles --- 1900-1981, undated
Box 25
Folder 1
Item 1: About the Dutch West Indies
Item 2: De Amerikaanse Synode in zitting --- 1938
Item 3: Archives of Our Churches --- 1916
Item 4: Bij de herdenking van Calvijn's geboortedag --- 1909
Item 5: Christian Reformed Church in North America
Folder 2
Item 1: Our Confession of Faith and Its Author --- 1929
Item 2: Dutch Stock in the USA
Item 3: Early Period of the True Reformed Dutch Church, editorial
Item 4: Flying Trip through Our Northwest
Folder 3
Item 1: Gala Day for Hope College, [ca 1941]
Item 2: Golden Jubilee of Worthy Dutch Institution, Grand Rapids, Michigan --- 1942
Item 3: H. P. Scholte's leven en streven in Noord-Amerika
Item 4: Hollanders in North America, Contemporaneous History
Item 5: De inwendige zending voorop
Item 6: Introduction
Folder 4
Item 1: Mission Work of Our Churches
Item 2: Notes on the Pioneer Churches and Pastors and the Ministers --- 1931
Item 3: Over predikanten en kerkelijk !even in een Noord Hollandsch dorp --- 1924
Item 4: Protestant Religious Life in Brazil
Item 5: Recente religieuze stroomingen in Noord Amerika --- 1934
Folder 5
Item 1: De Ware Gereformeerde Hollandse Kerk in de V. S. --- 1822-1890
Item 2: What the Dutch in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Have Done for the Dutch in the Netherlands --- 1945
Folder 6
Item 1: Het Zendingswerk der Chr. Geref. Kerk in Noord Amerika
Item 2: De Zending onzer kerken --- 1930
Folder 7: Miscellaneous short articles
Folder 8: Miscellaneous short articles
Folder 9: Encyclopedic articles and correspondence
Folder 10: Encyclopedic articles and correspondence
Folder 11: Encyclopedic articles and correspondence
Folder 12
Item 1: Beets
Item 2: Dr. Beets op de terugreis
Item 3: Untitled auto-biography of Beets --- 1929
Item 4: Letter concerning Beets's conversion --- 1981
Folder 13: Thorough Calvinists: History and Tenets of Christian Reformed Church, Detroit News-Tribune, 21 January 1900
Series 5: Biographical Files
Box 26
Folder 1
Item 1: Haan Family
Item 2: Harvey, Cornelius L.
Item 3: Hoekenga, Rev. Peter J.
Item 4: Holkeboer, Henry
Item 5: Hospers, Henry
Item 6: Idema, Henry
Item 7: Noordewier, Rev. Jacob
Item 8: Postma, Sipkes
Item 9: Smidt, Willem R.
Folder 2
Item 1: Vanden Berge - De Jong, Ellen
Item 2: Van der Mey, Rev. John
Item 3: Vander Ploeg, Rev. Herman
Item 4: Vanderwerp, Rev. Johannes
Item 5: Ypma, Rev. Lambert
Item 6: Zwemer, Rev. Samuel
Folder 3: Ministers
Folder 4: Ministers and Churches
Folder 5: Correspondence re: "Hollanders Who Helped Build America"
Folder 6: Hollander Papers, biographical sketches --- 1941
Series 6: Research
Box 27
Folder 1
Item 1: 25-jarige evangelie bediening door Rev. H. Huisingh
Item 2: Address by Rev. H. Hoeksema
Item 3: Untitled
Item 4: Confession of Sin of David
Item 5: Scripture Reading from John 1
Folder 2
Item 1: Extract / Notulen True Dutch Ref. Church
Item 2: Untitled
Item 3: Notebook
Item 4: Notes Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa
Item 5: Notes on Sunday Sabbath
Folder 3
Item 1: Canonical Significance of the Apocalypse of John
Item 2: Development of the English --- Hymn
Item 3: Distinctive Features of the Universal Church
Item 4: Distinctive Things for Which My Denomination Stands and Why
Item 5: Distinctive Features of the Congregational Churches
Item 6: De Gereformeerde Doopsleer
Folder 4
Item 1: Herinnering aan de 25-jarige ambtsbediening; onderzoek ons toegezonden door Rev. F. Wellandt
Item 2: Nederlandse Landkolonisatie en inwendige Zending
Item 3: Netherlands
Item 4: New Force for Use in the Church
Item 5: De Oorsprong van onze Theologische School
Item 6: President's Address
Item 7: Protestantism, a Symposium
Folder 5
Item 1: Raport in re - Prof. Janssen
Item 2: School and the Alumni
Item 3: Scientific Political Training of President Coolidge
Item 4: Speech of Respresentative B. J. Jonkman . . .
Item 5: Three Points of Synod, lecture
Folder 6
Item 1: Triennial Convention of the Norwegian
Item 2: Lutheran Church of America
Item 3: Various Thoughts on the Restoration to Church Membership . . . "Wedergeboorte door het geloof en Genadeverbond"
Item 4: What the CRC Stands For and Why
Item 5: What the Distinctive Features of My Denomination Stand For and Why
Folder 7: Source Listings
Folder 8: Materials re: School Amendement --- 1920
Folder 9: Dutch Immigration to Colorado --- 1923
Folder 10: Church Statistics - Michigan
Folder 11
Item 1: Pilgrims
Item 2: Dutch Reformed Churches
Item 3: Sunday Sabbath Question
Folder 12: True Reformed Dutch Church
Folder 13: True Reformed Dutch Church
Box 28
Item 1: Christian Reformed Church, Prof. Kromminga, Volbeda
Item 2: Documents, H. Beets (translation of "The History of the Christian Reformed Church," by Cornelius L. Van Duyn)
Item 3: Ecclesiastical Records. State of New York, Volume I
Item 4: Overdruk uit Nederlandsch Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis
Item 5: Selected humorous stories - topically arranged
Item 6: Sixty-five Errors of Unconditional Election, Everett G. Sisk
Item 7: Moslem World
Box 29
Item 1: Conference reports, minutes, etc.
Item 2: Pamphlets and Unbound Volumes
Item 3: Mission Biography
Item 4: Mission Library
Item 5: North American Indians
Series 7: Manuscripts
Box 30
Folder 1: Abraham Lincoln. Zijn tijd en Leven voor ons Hollandsch Yolk Geschetst
Folder 2: Algeemene Geschiedenis --- 1890
Folder 3: Alphabetical index of names and subjects
Folder 4: Ambt der geloovigen
Folder 5: Catechisatie Lijst --- 1898
Folder 6: Christian Reformed Manual --- 1922
Folder 7: De Christelljk Gereformeerde Kerk in Noord Amerika
Folder 8: De Christelljk Gereformeerde Kerk in Noord Amerika
Folder 9: De Christelljk Gereformeerde Kerk in Noord Amerika
Folder 10: De Christelljk Gereformeerde Kerk in Noord Amerika
Folder 11: Christian Reformed Church in America
Box 31
Folder 1: De Christelljk Gereformeerde Kerk in Noord-Amerika
Folder 2: Church and Its Benefits
Folder 3: Compendium Explained
Folder 4: Compendium Explained
Folder 5: Compendium of the Christian Religion
Folder 6: Doctrinal Standards and Liturgy of the Reformed Church in America
Folder 7: Dogmatiek; Theologie
Folder 8: Geschiedenis van de scheiding der Gemeente Coldbrook in Grand Rapids, Michigan, van de Reformed Church in Amerika
Folder 9: Herinneringen: Holland-America songs
Folder 10: Library list
Folder 11: Memories of a Dutchman --- 1886-1890
Box 32
Folder 1: Monuments Reared by the Holland-Americans
Folder 2: Notebook
Folder 3: Oppasser van de Luitenant: oorspronkelijk blijspel met zany in twee bedrijven
Folder 4: Rhetorica --- 1890
Folder 5: Sacred History for Seniors (draft)
Folder 6: Sacred History for Intermediates . . . --- 1934
Folder 7: Science of Missions
Folder 8: Students Compendium
Folder 9: Theopneustia of letterlijke inspiratie der Heilige Geschriften
Folder 10: Theopneustia of letterlijke inspiratie der Heilige Geschriften
Folder 11: Theopneustia of letterlijke inspiratie der Heilige Geschriften
Folder 12: There Is Only One God
Folder 13: There Is Only One God
Folder 14: There Is Only One God
Box 33
Item 1: De Chr. Geref. Kerk Zestig jaren van strUd en zegen, door Dr. Henry Beets
Item 2: Johanna of Nigeria
Item 3: The Christian Reformed Church Sketched for Our Young People, Henry Beets
Item 4: Dictateten over Hermeneutiek, Liturgiek, Catechiek, Poimeniek . . . , Henry Beets
Item 5: The Dutch in the U.S., part of book presented to Queen Wilhelmina on 25th anniversary
Item 6: Overdruk uit Nederlandsch Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis, H. P. Scholte
Box 34
Item 1: lnleiding op de Dogmatiek, Geerhardus Vos, PhD
Item 2: Kerken-ordening van Dordrecht, Ao 1618-19 benevens de daaraan verbonden Bepalingen der Christelijke Gereformeerd Kerk in Amerika, Hulst, J. B. --- 1897
Item 3: Landmarks of the Reformed Fathers or What Dr. Van Raalte's People Believed by William O. Van Eyk
Item 4: Natuurlijke Theologie/Natural Theology by G. Vos, PhD
Item 5: Notes on the History of Christian Missions and the Spread of Christianity, D. W. Kromminga
Item 6: Psalmen Lijst
Item 7: The Reformed Confession Explained: A Popular Commentary and Textbook on the Netherland or Belgic Confession of Faith by Rev. Henry Beets, LL.D.
Item 8: Report to the Curatorium of the Christian Reformed Church in North America Concerning the Teachings of Dr. Janssen
Box 35
Item 1: Roll-Book of Catechetical Classes of the LaGrave Avenue Chr. Ref. Church taught from 26 September 1899 by Henry Beets
Item 2: Toiling and Trusting: 50 Years of Kingdom Work of the CRC Board of Missions, Henry Beets.
Item 3: Uittreksel van Dr. A. Kuyper's Encyclopie der H. Godgeleerdheid, Henry Beets
Item 4: Questions for Young Children and Hellenbroeks Catechism, Henry Beets --- 1899
Item 5: Queen Wilhelma Fund Inc. for War Relief, Netherlanders Grand Rapids Affiliate and newspaper clippings, Henry Beets
Item 6: Antique book, Catalogus, 1586
Series 8: Christian Reformed Church Missions --- 1918-1947, undated
Box 36
Folder 1: Correspondence --- 1910
Folder 2: Correspondence --- 1910
Folder 3: Correspondence --- 1910
Folder 4: Correspondence --- 1910
Folder 5: Correspondence --- 1910
Folder 6: Meeting minutes --- 1921-1947, undated
Folder 7: Meeting minutes --- 1921-1947, undated
Folder 8: Meeting minutes --- 1921-1947, undated
Folder 9: Meeting minutes --- 1921-1947, undated
Folder 10: Meeting minutes --- 1921-1947, undated
Folder 11: Meeting minutes --- 1921-1947, undated
Folder 12: Board of Foreign Missions, International Missionary Council, correspondence and reports --- 1919-1941
Folder 13: Board of Foreign Missions, International Missionary Council, correspondence and reports --- 1919-1941
Folder 14: Board of Heathen Missions --- 1920-1924
Folder 15: Board of Heathen Missions --- 1920-1924
Folder 16: Board of Heathen Missions --- 1920-1924
Folder 17: Board of Heathen Missions --- 1920-1924
Box 37
Folder 1: Board of Home/Domestic Missions, correspondence --- 1919-1944
Folder 2: Board of Home/Domestic Missions, correspondence --- 1919-1944
Folder 3: Board of Home/Domestic Missions, correspondence --- 1919-1944
Folder 4: Board of Home/Domestic Missions, correspondence --- 1919-1944
Folder 5: Board of Home/Domestic Missions, correspondence --- 1919-1944
Folder 6: Board of Home/Domestic Missions, correspondence --- 1919-1944
Folder 7: Chicago Hebrew Mission, correspondence --- 1922-1928
Folder 8: Christian Reformed Board of Missions, correspondence --- 1920-1927
Folder 9: Christian Reformed Board of Missions, correspondence --- 1920-1927
Folder 10: South America, correspondence --- 1932-1946
Folder 11: South America, correspondence --- 1932-1946
Folder 12: South America, correspondence --- 1932-1946
Folder 13: Sudan United Mission South Africa Mission, correspondence --- 1917-1936
Folder 14: Sudan United Mission South Africa Mission, correspondence --- 1917-1936
Folder 15: Women's Missionary Union/Society, Women's Board of Foreign Missions, correspondence --- 1920-1923
Folder 16: World Missionary Atlas
Folder 17: Zendingsgenootschapder Evangelische Gemeente Zendingsstudie Raad
Series 9: Various Organizations and Events
Box 38
Folder 1: CRC, correspondence
Folder 2: CRC Classes, correspondence, and reports --- 1929-1935
Folder 3
Item 1: American Bible Society
Item 2: Northern Bible Society
Folder 4
Item 1: Federal Council of Churches
Item 2: Grand Rapids Ministers' Conference
Folder 5: Grundy College
Folder 6: International Sunday School of Religious Education
Folder 7: Kent County Sunday School Association
Folder 8: Michigan Sunday School Association
Folder 9: Semi-Centennial of Calvin College
Folder 10: Sunday School Religious Education
Folder 11: Y.M.C.A./Y.W.C.A.
Series 10: Clippings, Miscellaneous
Box 39
Folder 1: Americanization
Folder 2: Christian Education
Folder 3: College Education
Folder 4: Communities
Folder 5: Ecclesiastical Issues
Folder 6: Ecclesiastical Items
Folder 7: Evolution
Folder 8: The Flag
Folder 9: Grand Rapids Concerns
Folder 10: Isms and Other Communions
Folder 11: Missions-Africa
Folder 12: Missions-General
Folder 13: Movies, Dancing, Drinking
Folder 14: Mormonism (also in pamphlet-box)
Folder 15: Pastors and Deacons
Folder 16: Personal References
Folder 17: People
Folder 18: Poems: Versifications
Folder 19: Psalter, Music, Organ
Folder 20: Sacrament
Folder 21: Secret Societes
Folder 22: Sermonic material
Folder 23: Social issues
Folder 24: South American Reports
Folder 25: Special Days: Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter
Folder 26: Synods and Classes
Folder 27: Tithing
Folder 28: Women Suffrage
Box 40
Folder 1: Hoeksema Controversy --- 1922-1925
Folder 2: Hoeksema Controversy --- 1922-1925
Folder 3: Hoeksema Controversy --- 1922-1925
Folder 4: Hoeksema Controversy --- 1922-1925
Folder 5: Hoeksema Controversy --- 1922-1925
Folder 6: Hoeksema Controversy on Rev. J. K. van Baalen's brochures
Folder 7: Janssen Case --- 1921-1922
Folder 8: Janssen Case --- 1921-1922
Folder 9: People
Folder 10: Miscellaneous, mostly in Dutch
Box 41: Snippermand --- 1886-1947
Box 42: Snippermand --- 1886-1947
Box 43: Snippermand --- 1886-1947
Box 44: Snippermand --- 1886-1947
Box 45: Snippermand --- 1886-1947
Box 46: Snippermand --- 1886-1947
Box 47: Snippermand --- 1886-1947
Series 11: Photos
Box 48
Folder 1: Amsterdam
Folder 2: Blackwell Christian Reformed Church
Folder 3: Bradley, Michigan, Churches
Folder 4: Broez op Langendijk
Folder 5: Hoenza-Driel (Gereformeerde Kerk)
Folder 6: Jewish Boys
Folder 7: Lunteren
Folder 8: Maassluis (interieur "Groote Kerk")
Folder 9: Neerlandia
Folder 10: Trenton, Michigan (Presbyterian Church)
Folder 11: Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canadian Immigrants, 1928)
Folder 12: China, Growth of Christianity Chart
Folder 13: Nigeria, Jenuwa Chapel
Folder 14: Surinam
Folder 15: Beets, Henry
Folder 16: Rev. T. de Boer
Folder 17: Paul Gezon
Folder 18: Dr. Henry Golger
Folder 19: H. W. Kroeze
Folder 20: People, unidentified
Folder 21: People, unidentified
Folder 22: People, unidentified
Series 12: Personal Files
Box 49
Folder 1: Accounts with publishers
Folder 2: Autograph album [1886]
Folder 3: Beroepingsbrief (letter of call)
Folder 4: Household inventory
Folder 5: Last Will and Testament
Folder 6: LL.D. Conferred by Muskingum College 1911; De Spiegel Sept 9
Folder 7: Memorial Editions on Beets (Banner and Missionary Monthly)
Folder 8: Official copy "Officier in de Orde van Oranje Nassau" Vereeniging van Leden der Ned. Ridderorden --- 1931
Folder 9: Pilgrim Fathers Genootschap --- 1923
Folder 10: Two Stock Certificates of Banner of Truth and "de Gereformeerde Amerikaan"
Folder 11: Income tax papers
Folder 12: Miscellaneous material re: the Archive of Beets
Box 50
Folder 1: Banner Incorporated
Folder 2: Banner of Truth, subscription list
Folder 3: Missionary Monthly cuts
Folder 4: The Tie That Binds letters of appreciation to Dr. and Mrs. Henry Beets
Folder 5: Pastor's Pocket Record --- 1908-1911
Box 51: Wachter contents, excerpt, Henry Beets, volume 1, no. 1-39, no. 35 (14 February 1868
Series 13: Emigration to Canada --- 1925-1932
Box 52
Folder 1: Correspondence --- 1925-1932
Folder 2: Correspondence --- 1925-1932
Folder 3: Correspondence --- 1925-1932
Folder 4: Correspondence --- 1925-1932
Folder 5: Correspondence --- 1925-1932
Folder 6: Correspondence --- 1925-1932
Folder 7: Correspondence --- 1925-1932
Folder 8: Minutes, reports, statutes
Folder 9: Pamphlets, brochures, questionnaires
Folder 10: Clippings
Box 53: Dutch Bible
Box 54: Pamphlets (many are bound together, see index) --- 1824-1919, undated
Box 55: Pastor
Box 56: Pamphlets --- 1824-1919, undated
(many are bound together, see index)
Box 57: Pamphlets --- 1824-1919, undated
(many are bound together, see index)
Box 58: Pamphlets --- 1824-1919, undated
(many are bound together, see index)
Box 59: Pamphlets --- 1824-1919, undated
(many are bound together, see index)
Box 60: Pamphlets --- 1824-1919, undated
(many are bound together, see index)
Box 61: Pamphlets, Grand Rapids History, Wm. J. Etten, Anniversary Celebration Booklets
(see index)
Box 62
Folder 1: Compendium Explained, 3d ed. --- 1924
Folder 2: Compendium Explained, 4th ed. --- 1941
Folder 3: Notulen-boek der Synodale Commissie der Christelyke Gereformeerde Kerk --- 1902-1928
Folder 4: Notes on Geschiedenis der ldololatrie, G. Vos
Folder 5: Notes on Systematische Theologie, G. Vos --- 1894
Folder 6: Seal
Folder 7: Handelingen van de Synode der Christelyke Gereformeerde Kerk in Nederland gehouden van 5 tot 20 Junij 1872
Series 14: Pamphlets --- 1902-1950
Box 63
Folder 1: Abraham Lincoln: Zjn Tijd en Leven --- 1909
[HERH E457.B41]
Folder 2: De Afscheiding van de Gereformeerde Hollandsche Kerk in Noord-Amerika in 1822 . . . (with translation) --- 1917
[HERH BX9527.B4 and HERH BX9527.B413]
Folder 3: Beknopte Schets over den Politieken en Economischen Toestand in de V.S. Evolutie en Revoluties, [1935] (with translation)
Folder 4: Borstius Bih Nailtsos Na-idilthkit/Borstius His Book Question --- 1905
Folder 5: Borstius' Primer of Bible Truths, 2d ed., 3d ed., 4th ed., 6th ed., 8th ed. --- 1904-1927, 10th ed.
Folder 6: Borstius' Primer . . . ; Sacred History . . . ; Catechism of Reformed Doctrine; 1904 --- 1906
Folder 7: Borstius' Vragenboekje voor Kleine Kinderen --- 1914
Folder 8: Catechism of Reformed Doctrine; 2d ed., 3d ed., 4th ed., 5th ed., 7th ed., 8th ed.; 1909 --- 1921
Folder 9: Compendium of the Christian Religion; 2d ed., 3d ed., 4th ed., 5th ed., 8th ed., 9th ed.; 1904 --- 1913
Box 64
Folder 1: Ds. Willem Hendrik Frieling --- 1902
[HERH BX6843.F73 B4]
Folder 2
Folder 3: Elementary Christian Doctrine for Bible Classes; Missionary, 8th ed., and 9th ed.; 1926 --- 1945, and 1938
Folder 4: Funeral Service of Rev. Melvin E. Trotter --- 1940
Folder 5: De Gereformeerde Nederlanders in Noord-Amerika, [1926?] (with translation, 1977)
Folder 6
Folder 7: H. P. Scholte's Leven en Streven in Noord-Amerika, [1930?] (with translation)
Folder 8: Navaholand and Zunitown --- 1934
Folder 9: Primer of Reformed Doctrines for Catechetical Classes; 3rd ed., 4th ed., 5th ed., and 6th ed.; 1912 --- 1918
Folder 10: Sacred History for Juniors; 2nd ed., 3rd ed., 4th ed., 5th ed., 7th editions, and 9th ed.; 1903, [undated], [undated] --- 1908
Folder 11: Sacred History for Seniors; 3rd ed., 4th ed., 5th ed., 6th ed., 7th ed., 8th ed., and 9th ed.; undated --- 1912
Folder 12: Students' Compendium of the Heidelberg Catechism --- 1929
Folder 13: Notes on the Constitution of the Reformed Church in America, William H. S. Demarest --- 1928
Folder 14: Flowering Wilderness --- 1947. Introduction by Henry Beets: "Conditions in the Netherlands Leading t
Folder 15: Gedenkboek: Tuinbouwbond --- 1887
Series 15: Marriage Licenses --- 1896-1913
Box 65
Folder 1: 1896-1899
Folder 2: 1900-1902
Folder 3: 1903-1904
Folder 4: 1905-1906
Folder 5: 1907-1908
Folder 6: 1909-1910
Folder 7: 1911-1912
Folder 8: 1913
Series 16: Scrapbooks --- 1846- [1942]
Box 66: Scrapbook, The Hollanders in the US, especially those in Michigan), articles collected by H. Beets. --- 1846- [1942]
Series 17: Bound Volumes
Box 67
Item 1: Acts of Synod --- 1857-1898
(bound volume)
Item 2: Beets
Item 3: Notulen of Acta der Breedste Vergaderingen der Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerk in N. Amerika, (Vanaf 1859-1861 genoemd Holl. Geref. Kerk; Van 1860-1880 Ware; en Holl. Chr. Geref. Kerk van 1880-'92. Van de Synoden van 1873 --- 1874
Item 4: [1877] "Algemeene Vergadering, 6 Juni e.v.d. 1877." 2 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm. [1878] "Algemeene Vergadering, 5 Juni e.v.d. 1878." 3 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm. [1879] "Algemeene Vergadering, 11 Juni e.v.d. 1879." 3 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm. [1880] Een Woord Vooraf aan al de Gemeenten der True Dutch Reformed Church in Noord Amerika. 2 p.; 21 cm.
Item 5: [1857-1868; 1865-1872] "Extract der Notulen en Besluiten: Classis Michigan. Algem. Kerkvergaderingen --- 1857-1868
Item 6: [1857-1868] Extract der Notulen en Besluiten: Classis Michigan --- 1857-1868
6p. [handwritten]; 21 cm.
Item 7: [1865] "(Erste) Algemeene Vergadering, 4 Oct. 1865." 2 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm.
Item 8: [1866] "Algemeene Vergadering, 5, 6 Sept. 1866." 2 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm
Item 9: [1867] "Algemeene Kerkvergadering --- 19 Juni 1867
2 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm.
Item 10: [1868] "Algemeene Vergadering, 10 Juni 1868." 1 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm.
Item 11: [1869] "Algemeene Vergadering, 7, 8 April 1869." 1 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm.
Item 12: [1870] "Algemeene Vergadering, 15, 16 Juni 1870." 1 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm.
Item 13: [1871] "Algemeene Vergadering, 7, 8 Juni 1871." 1 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm.
Item 14: [1872] "Algemeene Vergadering, 5 Juni 1872." 2 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm.
Item 15: [1873, 1874] Notulen der Algemeene Kerk-Vergaderingen van de Ware Hollandsch
Item 16: Gereformeerde Kerk in Noord Amerika, van de Jaren 1873 en 1874 Gehouden te
Item 17: Chicago, III. 16.5 p. [pasted, damaged edges]; 21 cm.
Item 18: [1875] "Extract Notulen. Algemeene Vergadering. 2 Juni e.v.d. 1875." 1.5 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm.
Item 19: [1876] "Algemeene Vergadering. 2 Feb. e.v.d. 1876." 2 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm. [1880] [Een Woord Vooraf aan al de Gemeenten der True Dutch Reformed Church in Noord Amerika.] Missing frontpiece, starts with p. 3, 3-44 p.; 21 cm. [unbound duplicate insert]
Item 20: [1881] Synodale Vergadering gehouden te Grand Rapids, Mich., 15 Juni, '81, e.v.d. 27 p.; 21 cm.
Item 21: [1882] Synodale Vergadering gehouden te Grand Rapids, Mich., 26 April 1882, e.v.d. 28 p.; 21 cm.
Item 22: [1883] Synodale Vergadering gehouden te Grand Rapids, Mich., 23 Mei --- 1883
e.v.d. 58, 2 p.; 21 cm.
Item 23: [1884] Synodale Vergadering gehouden te Grand Rapids, Mich., Juni 11, e.v.d. --- 1884
32 p.; 21 cm.
Item 24: [1886] Handelingen van de Synodale Vergadering der Holl. Chr. Geref. Kerk in de Vereenigde Staten van Noord Amerika, gehouden te Grand Rapids, Mich., den 9den Juni, en volgende dagen --- 1886
48 p.; 21 cm. [bound 16 cm. Beet's note insert] [1888] Synodale Handelingen {der} Holl. Chr. Geref. Kerk in Amerika
Item 25: [1890] Synodale Vergadering gehouden te Grand Rapids, Mich., 4 Juni, e.v.d. --- 1890
56 p.; 21 cm.
Item 26: [1892] Synodale Handelingen der Hollandsche Christ. Geref. Kerk in Amerika, gehouden te Grand Rapids, Mich., van 15 tot 23 Juni --- 1892
J. B. Hulst, Boekhandelaar, 36 Grandville Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. 59 p.; 21 cm.
Item 27: [1894] Acta der Synode van de Hollandsche Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerk, in Amerika. Gehouden te Grand Rapids, Mich. Juni 13-27 --- 1894
J. B. Hulst, Nederlandsche Boekhandel. Grand Rapids, Mich. 87 p.; 21 cm.
Item 28: [1896] Acta der Synode van de Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerk, in Amerika. Gehouden to Grand Rapids, Mich., Juni 17 tot 31 --- 1896
J. B. Hulst, Nederlandsche Boekhandel. Grand Rapids, Mich. Verhaar & Keukelaar Drukkers, Grand Rapids, Mich. 122 p.; 21 cm.
Item 29: [1898] Acta der Synode van de Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerk, in Amerika. Gehouden te Grand Rapids, Mich., van 15 tot 24 Juni --- 1898
Verhaar & Keukelaar Drukkers, 21 Canal Straat, Grand Rapids, Mich. 138 p.; 21 cm.
Box 68
Item 1: Algemeene Inhoud. A-Z.
46 p. [handwritten]; 21 cm.
Item 2: Handwritten bound volume by H. Beets:
Item 3: Spine title: Deel 1: 1857-1879 Acta Classis en Alg. Verg Ware Holl. Geref Kerk. Title Page: "Acta of Notulen der Breedste Vergaderingen der Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerk in Amerika. (Van1859-[18]61 Holl. Geref. Kerk; [18]61-[18]80 Ware Holiandsche Gereformeerde Kerk, en van 1880-1890.Holl. Chr. Geref. Kerk.) (Getrouw Afschrift Notulen van 1857-1879) door Henry s, V. D. M. Grand Rapids, Mich. 22 Ap. 1903
Item 4: Spine title: Deel IV: Agenda & Acta der Synodi Chr. Geref Kerk --- 1912-1916
(with handwritten notes and clippings)
Box 69
Item 1: Spine title: Dee, V: Agenda & Acta der Synodi Chr. Geref Kerk --- 1918-1922
(with handwritten notes and clippings)
Item 2: Spine title: Deel VI: Agenda & Acta der Synodi Chr. Geref Kerk --- 1924-1926
(with handwritten notes and clippings)
Box 70: Spine title: Deel VII: Agenda & Acta der Synodi Chr. Geref Kerk --- 1928-1930
(with handwritten notes and clippings)
Box 71
Item 1: Spine title: Yearbooks Chr. Ref. Church 1914-1918 (with handwritten notes and clippings)
Item 2: Spine title: Jaarboeken Christ. Geref. Kerk 1915-1919 (with handwritten notes and clippings)
Item 3: Spine title: Yearbooks Chr. Ref. Church 1919-1923 (with handwritten notes and clippings)
Box 72
Item 1: Spine title: Yearbooks Chr. Ref. Church 1920-1924 (with handwritten notes and clippings)
Item 2: Spine title: Yearbooks Chr. Ref. Church 1924-1929 (with handwritten notes and clippings)
Series 18: Microfilm
Vault 1: Scrapbook [1 microfilm reel]

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