Church and Missionary History (8 collections)

  • Cambria City Church Project

    In the Johnstown neighborhood of Cambria City are located five historical, ethnic churches. In 2009, the Altoona/Johnstown Diocese closed four of the churches and renamed the more

  • DeSales University – Bishop McShea Archives

    Archival photographs documenting the priesthood of the Most Reverend Joseph McShea, Bishop of Allentown.

  • DeSales University – St. Francis de Sales Collection

    We have digitized three rare books by/about St. Frances De Sales. the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales are an international community who will obviously benefit more

  • Elizabethtown College’s Anna V. Blough Missionary Letters and Diaries from China Collection

    The Blough missionary letters and diaries from China are an invaluable resource to those researching Church of the Brethren history, along with those scholars studying the more

  • Elizabethtown College’s Church of the Brethren Photograph Collection

    The Church of the Brethren Photograph Collection consists of more than 500 mostly black and white photographs of meeting houses and churches in eastern Pennsylvania, historic more

  • Elizabethtown College’s Peace Pamphlet Collection

    Elizabethtown College was founded by members of the Church of the Brethren, one of the original "peace churches" to spread from Europe to the United States. more

  • Evangelical Church Historic Lantern Slides

    These lantern slides were produced by Rev. Fred W. Solver around 1930 to be used for a lecture about individuals and places associated with the Evangelical more

  • Warren Library Association – The Carnival, First Presbyterian Church, 1899

    The Carnival was a weeklong fundraiser event of the First Presbyterian Church of Warren, PA, featuring internationally and hobby themed booths, meals, and a daily publication. more