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Klein, Hendrik Georg (1793-1883). Papers, 1839-1883.

Identifier: W88-0064
Abstract Also seen as Klyn or Klijn. Minister of the Reformed Church in America serving congregations at Graafschap, Michigan (1851-1852), Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Franklin, Wisconsin (1852-1853), Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1853-1854), Second Reformed Church of Grand Rapids, Michigan (1954-1857) and First Reformed Church of Chicago, Illinois (1862-1868). He passed away on December 1, 1883. The collection contains a letter to Graafschap Christian Reformed Church in 1857 repenting of his leaving the...
Dates: 1839 - 1883

Lens, L. C. Papers, 1893.

Identifier: H03-1486.60

Microfilm roll of the Dutch language publication "Geldbelegging in Californie en de Queen Wilhelmina Kolonie" (The Investment of Money in California and the Queen Wilhelmina Kolonie) by L. C. Lens, 1893. (Microfilm Cabinet)

Dates: 1893

Lok, Dolf. Audiotape cassettes, 1997.

Identifier: H00-1213.50

Four audiotape cassettes (seven part series) featuring Dolf Lok, journalist for Evangelische Omroep (AO) Christian radio in Hilversum, the Netherlands, interviewing several Dutch scholars on the Dutch in America for the Sesquicentennial, 1997. (L)

Dates: 1997

Marsilje, Lois M. (1911-2001). Papers, 1866-2001.

Identifier: W94-1181
Abstract Hope College, class of 1932; nurses’ training at Presbyterian Hospital School in Chicago. In 1950, she earned an M.A. degree from the University of Chicago. In 1938, she went as a missionary to India, and from 1942 onwards, she was a full-time missionary assigned to the Arcot Mission in India. Marsilje worked at the Scudder Memorial Hospital in Ranipet, India. She taught the nurses, supervised their work and, at the end of her career, became dean of the nursing school. She retired in...
Dates: 1866 - 2001

Merwin, Cindy. Papers, 1804-1940, 2000.

Identifier: H09-1704
Abstract This collection consists mainly of correspondence of Philip Reimold, Mrs. Orlando S. Reimold, Darius Gilmore, Julia Van Raalte, Mrs. Benjamin Van Raalte, and Benjamin Van Raalte. Genealogical information is provided in attempts to receive aid from the Daughters of American Revolution Society. The collection also contains two letters (1872, 1874) written by Albertus C. Van Raalte, digital images of Reimold and Ben Van Raalte families and their home, The Maples, and the wills of John and...
Dates: 1804 - 1940; 2000

Michigan, Coopersville. Coopersville Reformed Church. Records, 1854-1992.

Identifier: W02-1266
Abstract Coopersville Reformed Church (also went by the names Polkton and Eastmanville) was organized in 1854, but dates its history to 1846. Ministers included Rev. Jacob VanderMeulen and Rev. James Huysoon. Collection includes a complete set of bulletins from 1970-1992 and the minutes of the consistory dating back to 1854 (some of the early minutes were destroyed by fire), but the collection is complete from 1914-1984; church directories published between 1957 and 2001, including several...
Dates: 1854 - 1992

Michigan, Holland. Ebenezer Reformed Church. Records, 1866-2003.

Identifier: W88-0616

Ebenezer Reformed Church of Holland, Michigan, was started in 1866, with formal organization taking place in 1867. The records include consistory minutes, member, marriage and baptismal records, Mission Society records, Sunday school records, financial records, bulletins and newsletters entitled Ebenezer Echoes. Many early minutes and records are in the Dutch language.

Dates: 1866 - 2003

Michigan, Holland Pillar Church. Records, 1847-2003.

Identifier: H97-1301
Abstract Holland’s first church congregation of the Dutch Reformed Church. Served by Rev. Albertus C. Van Raalte (1849-1867). Affiliated with the Reformed Church in America (RCA) as First Reformed Church of Holland and Pillar Church (1849-1884) and later the Christian Reformed Church (CRC) (1884-present). Records include consistory, Deacons, Ladies Aid Society, Ladies Auxiliary, Men’s Society and Philathea Society minutes; Accounting, administrative, baptismal, dismission, transfer, and other...
Dates: 1847 - 2003

Michigan, Holland. Seventh Reformed Church (1924-1948). Records, 1924-1948.

Identifier: W88-0617

Formed as the “Dutch Church” of Holland in response to other area congregations moving to English-only services, it lasted less than 25 years, as the Dutch speaking congregation moved to other churches or passed away. Only one pastor, Rev. Paul Van Eerden, served the entire time. Collection includes membership records, consistory minutes (mostly in Dutch), 1924-1948, the Psalm book for the church organ (Dutch) and the church’s pulpit Bible (English).

Dates: 1924 - 1948

Michigan, Zeeland. Vriesland Reformed Church. Records, 1848-1984.

Identifier: W88-0622
Abstract Founded in Vriesland, the Netherlands, in 1846; relocated in what is now Zeeland, Michigan (1847). The records consist of consistory and congregational minutes, member records, history and the sermon by Rev. R. Schaap celebrating their 100th anniversary. Most of the records are in Dutch and translations are included. Also, the January 8, 1979 to December 13, 1982 records include minutes of elders meetings, as well as consistory and congregational meetings. The history, done by Rev. De...
Dates: 1848 - 1984