Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
The Alice Ann Callahan Russell collection contains mainly personal and teaching - related items from her lilfe. She was a prominent individual at Baker University in Baldwin City Kansas where she taught music and arts. A significant part of the collection is sheet music or course materials.
This collection contains a photograph and service record for Rev. Oscar Ethan Allison, who served in the Indiana and Kansas Conferences of the M.E. Church from 1906 until the mid-1950s. In addition to his pastorates at many churches, he also served on the Board of Trustees at Baker University.
The Baker World began publication in the fall of 1968. It was a magazine for the university's alumni.
The single folder in this collection contains one piece of paper. It is a tranfer from the Kansas to the South Kansas Conference. There are also sound recordings associated with this collection, but their content is unknown.
This collection consists of six photographs. Only two are identified. One is labeled with his name, and the other with his wife Jennie's name.
The Hague Family correspondence consists of three letters written by various family members to William C. Hague, a soldier in the Union army during the Civil War. William's father James, his mother Sarah, and his sister Libbie each wrote one of the letters. They discuss their daily lives as residents of Baldwin City, Kansas, and the college being founded there in them.
Records from Baker University's alumni relations office relating to Miller Anderson, as well as some of Anderson's personal papers, are in this collection.