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H18-1980.50. Hoekstra, Jacob H. Papers, n.d. 1 folder.

Identifier: H18-1980.50

The collection includes a collection of articles from Onze Toekomst, Het Oosten and other Dutch language Dutch American periodicals by Jacob H. Hoekstra under the pseudonym Hans Hansen. (H)

Dates: n.d.

H18-1992.20. De Nederlander. Periodical, 1894.

Identifier: H18-1992.20

Dutch language newspaper published in Chicago, Illinois. The collection includes the February 23, 1894, issue. (Oversized-D)

Dates: 1894

H20-2057.60. Verwys Family, Johannes Jacobes. Papers, 1888-1892. 1 folder.

Identifier: H20-2057.60

The collection contains photocopies of a typed history document (English, n.d.) and three Dutch language letters (1888, 1892) from the Johannes Jacobes Verwys family of Grand Rapids, Michigan. (V)

Dates: 1888 - 1892

H88-0014. Boer, John (1830-1871). Papers, 1865. 1 folder.

Identifier: H88-0014

Copies of letters to his wife and children, from New York City and from London, England. (Dutch) (B)

Dates: 1865

H88-0019. Bruins, Elton J. (1927-2020). Papers, 1820s-[ongoing]. 61.50 linear ft. PARTIALLY RESTRICTED

Identifier: H88-0019
Abstract Personal papers of Elton J. Bruins, professor of religion at Hope College (1966-1992), director (1994-2002) and research fellow at the A. C. Van Raalte Institute, archivist and minister. Collection consists of articles, essays, book reviews, clippings, memos, and news releases. These materials primarily relate to the history of the Reformed Church in America (RCA) and local history. Detailed Collection...
Dates: 1820s-[ongoing]

H88-0112. Oggel Family. Papers, 1841-1981. 1.50 linear ft. PARTIALLY RESTRICTED

Identifier: H88-0112
Abstract The collection consists mainly of the "American" letters of the eight children of Johannes Pieter Oggel and his wife Adriana de Pree Oggel, who immigrated to America in 1855 and 1856: Johannes P. Oggel (1828-1914), Rev. Pieter J. Oggel (1829-1869), Dirk C. Oggel (1832-1900), Marinus J. Oggel (1838-1910), Dena Maria Oggel Welle (1840-1930), Rev. Engelbert C. Oggel (1841-1910), Hendrik P. Oggel (1844-1926), and Jacobus M. Oggel (1839-1926). Johannes, Dirk, Marinus and Hendrik left...
Dates: 1841 - 1981

H88-0114. Oosterhoff, Hessel D. Papers, 1891-1901. 3 items.

Identifier: H88-0114

Farmer, who lived in Spring Lake, Michigan. Letters in Dutch. (O)

Dates: 1891 - 1901

H88-0174. Van Raalte, Albertus Christiaan (1811-1876). Papers, 1842-2011. 2.00 linear ft.

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

H88-0185. Veldhuis, Gerrit Henry. Papers, 1848. 1 folder.

Identifier: H88-0185

Dutch immigrant writing to relatives in Netherlands. Two letters, both are transcribed and translated. Veldhuis died of dysentery in 1848. (V)

Dates: 1848

H88-0212. Zwemer Family. Papers, 1881-1970. 0.25 linear ft.

Identifier: H88-0212
Abstract Adrian Zwemer (1823-1910) moved his family to Holland, Michigan, in 1856. He was ordained by the Classis of Holland, Reformed Church in America, in 1858. He graduated from Hope College in 1887 and from New Brunswick Theological Seminary in 1890. That same year, Samuel Zwemer traveled to Arabia to become a missionary for the Reformed Church in America. In 1929, Samuel, his wife (Amy Wilkes), and their four surviving children (two died) moved back to the United States as Samuel had...
Dates: 1881 - 1970