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Third Reformed Church of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Records, 1889-2002.

Identifier: W93-1067

The collection includes minutes, financial records, women's organizations records, directories, anniversary information, and photographs.

Dates: 1889 - 2002

Ulfilas Club. Records, 1886-1933.

Identifier: H88-0425

Organized in 1886. The members had a love of the Dutch language and culture. Meetings consisted of reading translations, essays, declamations, and debates, all in Dutch. Included in the records are minutes, 1886-1897, 1900-1910, and a scrapbook of printed programs, 1888-1933 (incomplete) (Dutch language).

Dates: 1886 - 1933

Unknown. Papers, 1906.

Identifier: H15-1888.10

Dutch language letter from an unknown resident of the Kanawha, Iowa, area, dated February 5, 1906. The letter has been translated into English. (U)

Dates: 1906

van de Luyster (Luijster), Jannes (1789-1862). Papers, 1854-1855.

Identifier: H09-1683

Pioneer of Zeeland, Michigan. The collection contains photocopies of two original letters (Dutch) and English translations from Rev. Jannes van de Luyster (Luijster) to Abraham de Muynck in 1854 and 1855. (V)

Dates: 1854 - 1855

van der Ploeg, Herman (1862-1953). Papers, 1849-1927.

Identifier: W94-1181.50
Abstract Herman van der Ploeg was born in Zyldijk, province of Groningen, the Netherlands, on November 19, 1862. After immigrating to America, he attended Hope College and graduated with the class of 1892. He then attended Western Theological Seminary (WTS) and graduated with the class of 1895. He was licensed by Classis of Holland in 1895 and ordained by the Classis of Grand River that same year. He served as a minister in the Reformed Church in America (RCA) for congregations at New Era,...
Dates: 1849 - 1927

Van Duren, Henk. Papers, 1897, 1982.

Identifier: H08-1675

The collection contains a Dutch language letter and article concerning the letters of a Dutch schoolteacher that died in a concentration camp during the Boer War in 1897. (V)

Dates: 1897; 1982

Van Eerden, Paul (1878-1947). Papers, 1920-1946.

Identifier: W96-1205

Graduated from New Brunswick Theological Seminary in 1919. He served as pastor of Melvin Reformed Church (Iowa), 1919-1922; Third Reformed Church (Muskegon, Michigan), 1922-1925; and Seventh Reformed Church (Holland, Michigan), 1925-1947. Papers include sermon outlines from 1921-1946, sermon books from 1920-1946 (Dutch/English), and his personal Bible (Dutch).

Dates: 1920 - 1946

Van Nuis, Cornelis. Papers, 1902.

Identifier: H16-1924

The collection contains a Boer Benefit Concert program, held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on February 25, 1902. The program includes music and lyrics to patriotic songs, both in Dutch and English. (V)

Dates: 1902

Van Oostenbrugge, Cornelius. Letters, 1867-1889.

Identifier: H97-1274

Fourteen letters from Cornelius Van Oostenbrugge (Hope College class of 1876) to his brother Gerrit (Dutch/English); 20 letters from Cornelius Van Oostenbrugge to his father and family (Dutch/English); and 9 letters from Barneveld (and other places) in the Netherlands (Dutch/English). Letters have been digitized.

Dates: 1867 - 1889

Van Raalte, Albertus Christiaan (1811-1876). Papers, 1842-2011.

Identifier: H88-0174
Abstract Founder and leader of the Dutch colony in Holland, Michigan; minister of the Reformed Church in America. Deeds, ministerial papers; correspondence with Lewis Cass, Charles Stitt, Philip Phelps, his son Benjamin Van Raalte and Alexander Hartgerink; clippings, bibliography, photos, obituaries, land purchases from local Ottawa Indians, biographical data including genealogies and a DVD of the 2011 play by Max Bush in honor of the bicentennial of his birth, Vision of a New...
Dates: 1842 - 2011