Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Rizpah Bowers Red historical sketches, circa 1920s



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Red, Rizpah Bowers
Title: Rizpah Bowers Red historical sketches
Dates: circa 1920s
Abstract Rizpah Clark Bowers Red was born on October 9, 1865 and was married to William Stuart Red (1857-1933), a Presbyterian minister and historian. This collection consists of two historical sketches, one on Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and one on Daniel Baker College. They appear to have been prepared to give as speeches sometime in the early 1920s.
Identification: 1996-040
Extent: 14 pages
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Austin Seminary Archives, Stitt Library, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

Biographical note

Rizpah Clark Bowers Red was born on October 9, 1865. She graduated from the University of Texas in 1884 and was married to William Stuart Red (1857-1933), a Presbyterian minister and historian, in 1896. The Reds served in several Texas cities, but lived in Austin after 1919. After her husband’s death in 1933, Mrs. Red completed and published his book A History of the Presbyterian Church in Texas (1936), with the help of their nephew.


Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of two historical sketches, one on Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and one on Daniel Baker College. They appear to have been prepared to give as speeches sometime in the early 1920s.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Materials are available by appointment only. Contact the archivist for details.


Index Terms

Personal Names
Red, Rizpah Clark Bowers, 1865-
Organizations
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
Daniel Baker College (Brownwood, Tex.)

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Rizpah Bowers Red historical sketches, 1920s, Austin Seminary Archives, Stitt Library, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary


Detailed Description of the Collection

Historical sketches by Rizpah Bowers Red:

Box
C113 Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, [1921?]
Daniel Baker College, [1920s?]