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Collection 0032: David William Faupel Collection, 1859-2004, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections Jan 2018

Collection 0032: David William Faupel Collection, 1859-2004, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections

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This archival collection contains correspondence, research notes, subject files, tracts, pamphlets and ephemera on the Pentecostal, Holiness and Keswick traditions, sermons, and reports. It also includes the personal biographical papers of David William Faupel. The Faupel book collection, separated to the Hubbard Library collections, contains many rare items documenting Pentecostalism in particular as well as America Evangelicalism in general.


Collection 0065: Papers Of Charles Edwin Jones, 1873-2011, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections Jan 2018

Collection 0065: Papers Of Charles Edwin Jones, 1873-2011, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections

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The Charles Edwin Jones Collection at Fuller Theological Seminary includes both printed and archival materials. The printed collection is an extensive corpus of materials documenting the Holiness, Pentecostal and Charismatic movements, as well as the contexts in which these traditions have developed. The Jones archives include his research notes, correspondence, rare ephemera related to the subjects of his research. His collection contains significant runs of Holiness periodicals both on paper and on film.


Collection 0076: Papers Of Alex V. Bills, 1906-1999, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections Jan 2018

Collection 0076: Papers Of Alex V. Bills, 1906-1999, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections

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The collection consists of 88 boxes of material. Contents date throughout the 20th century, but mostly span the 1970s-1980s. The principal focus of the collection is the Pentecostal and Charismatic movement in the United States. The archival collection includes periodicals, articles, topical research files, conference and ministry documents, audio and video recordings, bibliographies, address books and directories documenting the Pentecostal, Latter Rain, charismatic, and Third Wave movements in American church history. The 4,000 volume book collection has been added to the David Allan Hubbard Library’s Special Collections. The entire collection was originally known as the Charles Parham ...


Collection 0034: Anthony Degregorio Italian Pentecostal Collection, 1905-1987, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections Jan 2018

Collection 0034: Anthony Degregorio Italian Pentecostal Collection, 1905-1987, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections

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The collection contains some biographical details on Anthony DeGregorio but primarily consists of his extensive correspondence with Italian Pentecostal pioneers and the material he collected and used in the writing of ‘The Italian Christian Movement’. Included in his collection are draft histories of about 50 local Pentecostal congregations.


Collection 0028: Lee Roy And Lucille Erickson Collection, 1933-2001, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections Jan 2018

Collection 0028: Lee Roy And Lucille Erickson Collection, 1933-2001, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections

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The Lee Roy and Lucille Erickson Collection contains published and unpublished materials collected by Lee Roy and Lucille Erickson. Most materials relate to their involvement with: the Western District of theUnitedPentecostalChurch;ApostolicBibleChurch, St. Paul,Minnesota; and Apostolic Bible Institute,St. Paul,Minnesota. The collection includes numerous books, tracts, periodicals, and audio and video recordings. The collection is significant because it provides a rare glimpse into Oneness Pentecostalism, a growing and poorly understood segment of the Pentecostal movement. Of particular import are materials relating toApostolicBibleChurchand its pastor, Robert A. Sabin. ApostolicBibleChurchsponsored Apostolic Bible Institute, for many years the largest ministerial training ...


Collection 0002: Papers Of Jean Stone And Richard J. Willans Willans, 1943-2010, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections Jan 2018

Collection 0002: Papers Of Jean Stone And Richard J. Willans Willans, 1943-2010, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections

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The Jean Stone Willans and Richard J. Willans Collection, 1943-2010 covers approximately 1961-2004, with some earlier documents from Jean and Rick's family histories. The collection documents the history of Jean Stone's and Rick Willans' leadership in the charismatic renewal from the moment of its beginnings at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Van Nuys where Jean Stone was a member. The collection includes documents concerning the first organization and first publication of the movement, both initiated by Jean. The core of the collection is the complete run of Jean and Rick's newsletters while on mission in Indonesia and ...


Collection 0005: Society For Pentecostal Studies, 1972-2010, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections Jan 2018

Collection 0005: Society For Pentecostal Studies, 1972-2010, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections

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The Society for Pentecostal Studies (SPS) is a scholarly association devoted to the academic study of the Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements and related traditions. Fuller Seminary is designated as the official depository of the society. Holdings include administrative papers, financial ledgers, and correspondence related to the society's journal, Pneuma, and its newsletter.


Collection 0020: Papers Of Francis Mcclelland Ure, 1890-1987, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections Jan 2018

Collection 0020: Papers Of Francis Mcclelland Ure, 1890-1987, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections

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The papers of Frances Ure (1890-1987) provide insight into the role of women in the Pentecostal movement. Ure grew up in Pittsburgh and received her theological training from Washington Female Seminary in 1910. She was converted through the ministry of Dr. S.M. Zweemer, a Dutch Reformed Missionary. She established a congregation on Long Island and became its pastor. She also served as pastor of Farmingdale Gospel Church, which was a branch of the Pittsburgh Bible Institute. Later she left that ministry in order develop teacher training classes. She taught classes for Sunday school teachers in many Assemblies of God ...


Collection 0004: Papers Of Joseph Mattsson-Boze, 1932-1988, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections Jan 2018

Collection 0004: Papers Of Joseph Mattsson-Boze, 1932-1988, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections

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Joseph Mattsson-Bozé became a leader in the "Latter Rain," a splinter movement within Pentecostalism in the 1940s and 1950s. His papers range in date from 1933 to the early 1970s and include correspondence with significant figures in classical independent Pentecostal circles. A full run of the Swedish journal Trons Härold, which became the English journal Herald of Faith, can be found in the collection. Other short-lived Swedish and English journals help comprise the Mattsson-Bozé Collection. These papers, along with the DeGregorio Papers, constitute a rich resource for independent or nondenominational Pentecostalism. The collection includes material on: Immigrant Churches; Latter Rain ...


Collection 0001: Papers Of David Du Plessis, 1900-1987, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections Jan 2017

Collection 0001: Papers Of David Du Plessis, 1900-1987, Fuller Seminary Archives And Special Collections

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The Du Plessis papers include his correspondence with global religious leaders and local ministers, sermon notes and outlines, drafts of ecumenical documents and minutes (including those related to the International Roman Catholic-Pentecostal Dialogue), letters to his wife, and scores of ephemeral materials from various charismatic "ministries." Meritorious awards, photographs, newspaper clippings, church bulletins, and cassette tapes of talks given by David du Plessis are also found in the collection.