This listing also includes biographical information on various individuals such as alumni, pastors, professors, and notable figures.
Abrahamson, C. Alfred NSR
- Letter, April 18, 1917 From Frecourt, Haute-Marne, France to Rev. Kuhns telling of his experiences in a construction battalion and his travels during a leave. He deplores the French morality and religion, claiming the French "make patriotism their religion." Handwritten, 2 leaves.
- Letter from Johann Ulrich Hoffman to Charles Frederick Schaeffer giving history Lutheran Church in Accident and Cove, Maryland, June 8, 1860
Albach, J. William (?-1900) NSR
Lutheran missionary in Iowa, Indiana and Ohio
- Letter, February 9, 1844 From Gettysburg, Pa. to John L. Snyder, Somerset, his former Sabbath School teacher, consoling him on the death of someone close and conveying news on Albach's activities at Pennsylvania College. Handwritten, 2 leaves.
- Letter, August 8, 1845 From Gettysburg, Pa. to John L. Snyder, Somerset, relating son Henry's progress in studies at the college. He deplores the return of Mr. Heyer, missionary to India, and he refers to an outbreak of nervous fever at the college and a death attributed to it. Handwritten, 2 leaves.
Alleman, Herbert Christian (1868-1953)
- Newspaper clippings
Alleman, Monroe John (1820-1897)
Lutheran clergyman in Pennsylvania and Maryland
- Obituary Handwritten, 3 leaves.
American Education Society
- Loan Book, April 17, 1834-January 19, 1842 listing loans granted to student preparing for ministry.
Anspach, John Melanchthon (1841-1904)
Lutheran clergyman in Pennsylvania
- Sermon delivered at funeral of Thomas Holt Clapham, a member of Company E Regiment, P.V.I., in Mifflinburg, Pa., March 17,1864, in the Lutheran Church (published in Mifflinburg Telegraph March 24, 1864 by request)
Artz, William (1804-1876)
Lutheran clergyman and sometime miller in North Carolina
- Essay Continuation of the mission of the United Brethren in North America during the period around 1767. (Missionary Paper) Handwritten, 6 leaves.
- Letter, May 14, 1861 From Mt. Pleasant, N.C. to his brother David Artz concerning preparations for the Civil War and conditions of the local economy. Handwritten, 1 leaf.
- Newspaper clipping (and copy) Sermon preached in Hagerstown, MD, in 1828.
- 1841 – Philipians 3:12–14 – delivered in NC Handwritten 14 pages.
- 1858 – St. Luke 10:36–37 – delivered in NC Handwritten 14 pages.
Anonymous Diary, 1812 Attributed to student of J.G. Schmucker, York. Alludes to Mr. Herbst as fellow student, May 1-22 and June 6, 1812
Anonymous Lectures On Temperance, apparently to a temperance society. There are several, one a duplicate. Handwritten, some German script, most English, 12 leaves.
Anonymous Sermon, 1775 "To the Soldiers at Windham, July 31, 1775. Handwritten, 13 leaves, with typed transcript."
Anonymous Sermon, July 4, 1833 Sets forth an American Sunday School Union plan to make Independence Day a day of Sunday School emphasis, to enroll children and to get financial support. Addresses in turn children, parents, Sunday School teachers. Handwritten, 4 leaves. A portion of a German script sermon is on last leaf.
Anonymous Sermon Hebrews 12:16-17. Handwritten, German script, 6 leaves.
Anonymous Sermon John 5:24. Handwritten, German script, 10 leaves.
Anonymous Sermon "John 19:14, entitled ""Behold your King."" Handwritten, 6 leaves."
Anonymous Sermon "Luke 13:6-9 Handwritten, German script, 8 leaves."
Anonymous Sermon Fragment "Concerning immigrants. Handwritten, German script, 1 leaf."
Anonymous Sermon Outline "Psalm 40:1-4 Handwritten, German, 2 leaves."