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H88-0254. Holland Academy. Records, 1852-1883. 0.25 linear ft.

 Collection
Identifier: H88-0254
Abstract

The collection includes an incomplete photocopy and transcription of an original Circular of Holland Academy, 1857 publication, ledger, “Ontvangsten & Uitgaven” (Hope Academy Treasurer’s Book), 1852-1872, and receipt ledger, 1857-1883.

Dates: 1852 - 1883

H88-0425. Ulfilas Club. Records, 1886-1933. 0.50 linear ft.

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Identifier: H88-0425
Abstract

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

H88-0082.10. Royal Family of the Netherlands. Papers, 1933-[ongoing].

 Collection
Identifier: H88-0082.1
Abstract Collection includes materials (some in Dutch) about important events in the lives of Royal Family members since 1936. The bulk of the collection relates to the visits of Royal Family members to the United States, Western Michigan, and Hope College starting in 1941. The collection also includes materials on the Netherlands-American Bicentennial of 1982. Materials include newspaper clippings, correspondence, pamphlets, photographs, and compact disc (CD) recording recorded in Holland,...
Dates: 1933-[ongoing]

H88-0443.10. Kanters, Rokus (1826-1899). Papers, 1859. 1 folder.

 Collection
Identifier: H88-0443.10
Abstract Born in Gravenmoer, Province of North Brabant, the Netherlands, he immigrated to Holland, Michigan, in 1862. In Holland and other ports on the Great Lakes, Kanters was engaged in the construction of hydraulic works along with his sons and partner John Roost. Later, he became the editor of the Holland, Michigan, based newspaper, De Hope (The Hope), as well as served as a city alderman, mayor, and on the board of trustees for Pilgrim Home Cemetery. Collection includes...
Dates: 1859

H89-0331. De Hollander. Newspaper, 1851-1860, 1866-1895.

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Identifier: H89-0331
Abstract Originally published in the English and Dutch languages at Allegan, Michigan, by Hawkes & Bassett from September 1850 to 1852 when the weekly was moved to Holland, Michigan, by editor H. Doesburg. It continued as an English and Dutch language newspaper, The Hollander and De Hollander until July 1857 when the English language editor, Henry D. Post, left to form an English language only newspaper, but still under Doesburg’s publishing house. ...
Dates: 1851 - 1860; 1866 - 1895

H90-0069.10. Hellenthal, Albertus. Papers, 1871. 1 folder.

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Identifier: H90-0069.10
Abstract

The collection includes several copies of a letter written to Johannes Hellenthal on the death of his nephew, Walter. Walter Hellenthal studied at Hope. The letter also briefly makes reference to the great Holland fire of 1871. (Dutch/English) (H)

Dates: 1871

H91-1134. Van Raalte Hall Cornerstone. Records, 1893-1902, 1980. 0.50 linear ft.

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Identifier: H91-1134
Abstract Collection of items which were placed in the Van Raalte Hall cornerstone. Materials include books, newspapers, programs, catalogues, articles, and directories. Subjects addressed in the collection include Hope College, Western Theological Seminary, the Semi-Centennial celebration, local history, RCA academies, public schools, churches and missions, and Holland harbor. Detailed Collection Register...
Dates: 1893 - 1902; 1980

H94-1237. De Wekker/De Paarl/De Verzamelaar (The Collector). 1860-1866 (bound together).

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Identifier: H94-1237
Abstract The De Wekker collection includes March 1860-September 1861 (incomplete). De Paarl was a Dutch Christian Weekly. The collection includes September 26, 1860-August 14, 1861. De Verzamelaar (The Collector) was founded in 1862 by J. Binnekant of Holland, Michigan, and designed to bring before the Dutch people the best religious literature obtainable. Later, this Dutch Christian weekly was amalgamated...
Dates: 1860 - 1866

H96-1266. De Prins. Magazine, 1929.

 Collection
Identifier: H96-1266
Abstract

One business day required for collection retrieval – please contact archivist. Printed in Dutch.

Dates: 1929

H97-1274. Van Oostenbrugge, Cornelius. Letters, 1867-1889. 0.25 linear ft.

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Identifier: H97-1274
Abstract

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