SC. Special Collections
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Florence Snow was a Kansas author and poet. She wrote three volumes of work Much of her work is autobiographical with descriptions of people, events, and places she visited.
The contents of this collection are comprised of Dearborn's 1851-1868 diary, letters from O.G. Markham and Lawrence attorney A.H. Foote, a photograph of the 1888 Baker University graduating class, and copies of his and his wife's obituaries.
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.
This collection consists of a scrapbook from 1914 and two photos of Baker University student Sarah Helen Anderson.
This collection contains one item: an 1878 Swedish children's book, Jesu Lif och Werksamhet.
A collection of personal letters of Methodist minster J.S. Griffing from 1854-1868 relating mostly to the settlement of Kansas and methodism during this time, with reference to the continued conflict known as Bloody Kansas. This collection also includes supplmentary materials on Griffing and documents relating to the creation and matinence of the collection itself.