Commemorative services on the semi-centennial anniversary of pastorate of Rev. John Chambers, D.D. : over one congregation, Ninth Presbyterian Church, First Independent Church, Chambers Presbyterian Church : May 9th to 14th, 1875
Chambers Presbyterian Church (Philadelphia, Pa.)
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Helm, Margie May, 1894-1991 (MSS 636)Folklife Archives, Manuscripts & (TopSCHOLAR®, 0218-04-11)Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 636. Correspondence and papers of Margie Helm, Auburn, Kentucky native and longtime Western Kentucky University head librarian, relating principally to her work for the Presbyterian Church. Also includes materials documenting her service on the Inter-Racial Commission of Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Henry Smith Richardson papers, 1811-1999 [manuscript].Richardson, Henry Smith, 1885-1972.Personal and business correspondence, writings, newspaper clippings and other printed material, and business and association records documenting H. Smith Richardson's career; papers of Richardson's family, including his father Vick Chemical founder Lunsford Richardson and his brother Lunsford, Jr.; and papers relating to Smith and Richardson family history,
Guide to the Papers of Gregg L. Neel, 1873-1983This guide to the collection was originally prepared by Historical Society Staff in 1988. Papers reorganized and inventory rewritten by Alexis Morgan and Corey Seeman on September 1, 1994.Revisions occurred to the finding aid as a part of the encoding process in Summer, 2001. (Historical Society of Western PennsylvaniaDigital Research Library, University Library System, Summer, 20)Gregg Neel was a prominent Donora (Washington County), Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania real estate developer and businessman who also played a significant role in local and statewide politics, medical care and insurance. These papers include correspondence, speeches, reports, organizational records, real estate materials, and other sundry items documenting Neel's numerous commercial and political activities in Pittsburgh and elsewhere in Pennsylvania.