Excerpt from Inventory of Unpublished Material for American Religious History in Protestant Church Archives and Other Repositories
I. Name and address of the Library, Historical Society, etc. 2. Has it any special collection of manuscript (unprinted) material re lating to any portion of American religious history? 3. Can you furnish a brief statement of the history of any such collection? 4. Does your library contain, whether in a special collection or otherwise, manuscript material belonging to any of the following classes or in any way related to American religious history 3. Records of churches or other local religious bodies? B. Records of associations, conventions, synods, assemblies, etc.? C. Records of ecclesiastical trials? (1. Records of Sunday Schools, Young People's Societies, etc.? E. Statistics of churches or other religious bodies? F. Historical sketches of churches, historical sermons and addresses? G. Journals, diaries, note-books, and correspondence of ministers or other religious workers? H. Biographical or autobiographical material concerning the same? I. Sermons or sermon-notes? J. Any other material bearing upon American religious history?
These questions were intended to cover all the kinds of material which had been found in the collections personally visited and they indicate definitely the nature of almost all the items listed in this Inventory.
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