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Author: William H WhitsittEzra AbbotRobert Rowland AcreeEdward Sinclair AldermanWilliam T AndersonAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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These papers contain letters to William H. Whitsitt and other items dealing almost entirely with the so-called Whitsitt controversy of 1896-1899 among Southern Baptists. The Whitsitt papers contain letters from theologians, educators, Baptist clergymen and laymen in all parts of the country. Especially interesting are Whitsitt's annotations of the letters. The papers are valuable not only as a chronicle of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Annotations
Clippings
Correspondence
Genealogies
Letters
Pamphlets
Personal papers
Postal cards
Telegrams
Treatises
Named Person: Joseph Quincy Adams; John Albert Broadus; John Tyler Christian; T T Eaton; Joseph H Eaton; J Taylor Ellyson; James Marion Frost; John Gano; J N Hall; Henry Herbert Harris; Henry Melville King; George Augustus Lofton; James Russell Lowell; R W Morehead; John D Rockefeller; George Washington; Florence Wallace Whitsitt; William H Whitsitt
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William H Whitsitt; Ezra Abbot; Robert Rowland Acree; Edward Sinclair Alderman; William T Anderson; Elisha Benjamin Andrews; James Clayton Armstrong; N W P Bacon; Harry Ashby Bagby; Josiah William Bailey; Edward Vincent Baldy; Linton Disico Bass; Henry W Battle; Theodore Percy Bell; Hugh Robertson Bernard; William Coleman Bitting; John Henry Boldridge; John H Boyet; Maurice Edwin Boykin; J B Briggs; William F Broaddus; Clinton Capers Brown; Lansing Burrows; N N Burton; B H Carroll; William Owen Carver; James Garvin Chastain; John Tyler Christian; Peyton Neale Clarke; R A Cohran; John Ernest Cook; B A Copass; George Copper; J B Cranfill; Edwin Charles Dargan; Noah K Davis; Lemuel Orah Dawson; William Thomas Derieux; James Taylor Dickinson; William Leroy Dulaney; Thomas Sanford Dunaway; Wayland Fuller Dunaway; George Boardman Eager; T T Eaton; Richard H Edmonds; William Herbert Perry Faunce; Edgar Estes Folk; Sallie Rochester Ford; Eldred John Forrester; Allyn K Foster; Alvan D Freeman; James Marion Frost; J B Gambrell; Joseph R Garlick; Frederick Taylor Gates; William David Gay; George Pearce Gould; Alvin White Graves; T H Graves; Baron Dekalb Gray; J P Greene; Philip Thomas Hale; John Dempster Hammond; Henry Herbert Harris, Jr.; H S Hartzog; William E Hatcher; James Boardman Hawthorne; Oscar Haywood; C R Hemphill; H H Hickman; James Conway Hiden; Florence W Whitsitt, Mrs.
OCLC Number: 122352147
Notes: Books by Dr. Whitsitt include: LIFE AND TIMES OF JUDGE CALEB WALLACE ... Louisville, Ky.: J.R. Morton and Co., 1888; ORIGIN OF THE DISCIPLES OF CHRIST (CAMPBELLITES). Louisville, Ky.: 1888; GENEALOGY OF JEFFERSON DAVIS AND SAMUEL DAVIES. New York: Neale Publishing Co., 1910.
Description: 2.625 cu. ft.
Other Titles: Personal papers collection;
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These papers contain letters to William H. Whitsitt and other items dealing almost entirely with the so-called Whitsitt controversy of 1896-1899 among Southern Baptists. The Whitsitt papers contain letters from theologians, educators, Baptist clergymen and laymen in all parts of the country. Especially interesting are Whitsitt's annotations of the letters. The papers are valuable not only as a chronicle of the Whitsitt controversy but also as a source of information on the affairs of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary during his presidency. The Whitsitt Papers also contain interesting information concerning the tradition that George Washington was immersed by the Rev. John Gano.

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