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John E.T. Milsaps Collection:

An Inventory of his Records at the Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library (part 1 of 7)



Descriptive Summary

CreatorMilsaps, John E. T., 1852-1932
TitleJohn E.T. Milsaps Collection
Inclusive Dates1531-1986
Bulk Dates1852-1930
IdentificationMSS 33
Extent131 document boxes, 3 flat boxes, 75 volumes, 9 large volumes, 2 drawers of oversized items, 1 record storage box (approx. 75 linear feet)
RepositoryHouston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library

Biographical Note

John Ephraim Thomas Milsaps - bibliophile, salvationist, traveler and diarist - was born in Houston, Texas on January 3, 1852. After leaving his home as a young man to seek his fortune in western mining, Milsaps joined the Salvation Army in 1883 and remained in its service until his retirement. Milsaps died in Houston on November 29, 1932. As a professional salvationist, Major Milsaps travelled widely in this country and abroad as a Salvation Army organizer and (San Francisco) WAR CRY editor. He was among the first representatives of the Army in Hawaii in the 1890's and was the army's spokesman in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War and the subsequent Filipino insurrection.


Scope and Contents

Along the way Major Milsaps kept a meticulous seventy-three volume diary which chronicles not only his army activities, but also a host of general observations useful to researchers. In addition, the Milsaps Papers contain extensive scrapbooks of personal and salvationist material, personal correspondence and an extensive photographic collections. Similarly, the papers contain a significant body of Salvation Army literature and ephemera unique in this country. When the only complete "run" of the WAR CRY in existence and Milsaps' personal library in Special Collections were added to the Milsaps collection holdings, it became one of the most significant bodies of Salvation Army materials in the United States.

Finally, the collection includes certain materials that may prove useful to researchers concerned neither with Milsaps personally or the Salvation Army in general. The Milsaps Papers contain, for example, the Major's collection of autographs, many of which bear on nineteenth century American politics, especially in the state of Ohio. Also in the collection is a group of scrapbooks dealing with such diverse topics as the Galveston Storm of 1900 and the San Francisco Earthquake. Of unusual interest too is the body of materials Major Milsaps collected in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War which may aid some scholars interested in that conflict or the subsequent insurrection. There is also an extensive collection of materials relating to the history of Slavery.


 

Arrangement

The Milsaps papers are arranged in Series (A,B,C, D, etc.) according to either material type or emphasis. Series "A", for example, centers around Milsaps' personal life, while Series "B" and "C" concern the Salvation Army with little regard to Milsaps himself.
Arrangement
Series A - Personal Material
Series B - Salvation Army Pamphlets and Songbooks
Series C - Photos
Series D - Philippines
Series E - Hawaii
Series F - Hawaiian Language
Series G - Missions - Hawaii
Series H - Missions - Asia
Series I - Missions - Africa and Middle East
Series J - Missions - North, Central and South America
Series K - Missions - Chinese Language
Series L - Missions - General
Series M - Religious Pamphlets - General
Series N - Religious Pamphlets - Baptist
Series O - Religious Pamphlets - Catholic
Series P - Religious Pamphlets - Lutheran, Methodist, Quaker, et. al.
Series Q - Religious Pamphlets - Mormon
Series R - Sermons - Author Known
Series S - Sermons - Author Unknown
Series T - Temperance Pamphlets
Series U - Slavery Pamphlets
Series V - Black Pamphlets
Series W - United States - History - 1492 - 1839.
Series X - United States - History - 1840 - 1849.
Series Y - United States - History - 1850 - 1860.
Series Z - United States - History - 1861-1865, Civil War
Series AA - United States - History - Reconstruction Era, 1865-1877.
Series BB - United States - History - 1866 - 1899.
Series CC - United States - History - 1900 - 1932.
Series DD - United States - Economic Policy - Trade, Banking, Revenue.
Series EE - United States - Economic Policy - Money and Currency: Free Silver Debate.
Series FF - United States - Foreign Relations - Spanish America (Canals).
Series GG - Texas - History
Series HH - Texas - Railroad and Land Development Literature
Series II - Houston and Suburbs - Boosterism Literature (1890's - 1920's).
Series JJ - Crockett, Davy, 1786 - 1836 - Pamphlets (Almanacs)
Series KK - Immigration Pamphlets
Series LL - Peace Pamphlets
Series MM - Germany - World War, 1914 - 1918.
Series NN - Travel Pamphlets
Series OO - Indians of North America
Series PP - Japan - Pamphlets
Series QQ - Language & Languages
Series RR - Language & Languages - Arabic
Series SS - Mines and Mineral Resources
Series TT - Museums and Expositions
Series UU - Libraries - Pamphlets
Series VV - Books, Music, Arts & Crafts, Collecting (also Milsaps Cigar Bands)
Series WW - Bookplates
Series XX - Autograph Collection and Autograph Bible
Series YY - Scrapbooks (13 listed, one missing)
Series ZZ - Map Case Items

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Access to vault materials is by appointment with Archives department.

Use Restrictions

None.


Index Terms

Subjects
Afro-American Fair and Inter-state Exposition (Houston, Tex.)
African Americans
Agriculture--Texas
Anti-slavery movements--United States
Camp Logan Riot (Houston, Tex.), 1917
Campaign literature, 1928
Fig--Texas--Marketing
Fruit-culture--Texas
Galveston Hurricane, 1900
Galveston Hurricane, 1915
Hawaiians--Missions
Houston Fair and Exposition (1921)
Hurricanes--Galveston (Tex.)
Missionary work
Petroleum industry and trade--Texas
Public libraries--Texas--Houston
Railroads--Texas
Real estate development--Texas
Real estate development--Texas--Houston
Rice--Planting--Texas
Riots--Texas--Houston
San Francisco Earthquake, 1906
Slavery--United States
Suburbs--Texas--Houston
Sugar growing--Texas
Temperance--United States
Organizations
Gulf Coast Land and Orchard Company
Houston Memorial Building Corporation
Houston Public Library (Tex.)
Salvation Army
Places
Aldine Park (Houston, Tex.)
Alvin (Tex.)
Austin (Tex.)--Description and travel
Burnet Beach (Houston, Tex.)
Central Park (Houston, Tex.)
Corpus, Christi (Tex.)--Description and travel
Dallas (Tex.)--Description and travel
El Paso (Tex.)--Description and travel
Falfurrias (Tex.)--Description and travel
Fort Worth (Tex.)--Description and travel
Galveston (Tex.)--Description and travel
Hawaii--Description and travel--1880-1911
Hawaii--History--To 1893
Houston (Tex.)--Description and travel
Houston (Tex.)--Industries
Houston Heights (Houston, Tex.)
La Porte (Tex.)
Magnolia Park (Houston, Tex.)
Odem (Tex.)--Description and travel
Pearland (Tex.)
Philippines
Philippines--Description and travel--1880-1918
Philippines--History--Revolution, 1896-1898
San Antonio (Tex.)--Description and travel
San Jose (Tex.)--Description and travel
San Leon (Tex.)--Description and travel
Southampton (Houston, Tex.)
Southland (Houston, Tex.)
Sunnyside Farms (Tex.)
Texas--History--19th century
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
United States--Race relations
Waco (Tex.)--Description and travel
Westmoreland Farms (Bellaire, Tex.)
Winnie (Tex.)--Description and travel
Other Names
Ideson, Julia, 1880-1945
Milsaps, John E. T., 1852-1932

Related Material

Due to the size of the electronic file, the online version of this guide is divided into 7 parts:


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

John E. T. Milsaps Collection. Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library

Processing Information

The Japanese color prints were formerly shelved with the Milsaps books in the stacks. They were unfolded, repaired by Charles Arbore, and encapsulated.

The religious papers and journals were formerly listed under Series F (Miscellaneous), Box 2, "Evangelical Newspapers, ca. 1900." The Philippine newspapers were in the same box, but do not appear to be religious papers. The other items were formerly listed under Series F (Miscellaneous), Box 1, folders 8 ("Civil War Commission") and 9 (Miscellaneous Documents"). They have been taken out of folders, encapsulated and placed in the Map Case, along with the religious papers, the newspapers, the Japanese prints, the map of Milsap's travels, and the 1897 drawing of Milsaps made by Leon Boiller, and the photo of Milsaps in old age.


 John Milsaps Diaries, 1852-1930 

The Milsaps diaries were microfilmed as part of a cooperative effort between the Houston Metropolitan Research Center and the Salvation Army Archives in New York. As part of the project, the Salvation Army produced these microfilm copies for use by HMRC patrons.

Roll 1 -- Vols. 1-7, 1852-1899

Roll 2 -- Vols. 8-17, 1899-1902

Roll 3 -- Vols. 18-25, 1903-1905

Roll 4 -- Vols. 26-33, 1905-1909

Roll 5 -- Vols. 34-41, 1909-1912

Roll 6 -- Vols. 42-48, 1912-1915

Roll 7 -- Vols. 49-57, 1915-1921

Roll 8 -- Vols. 58-65, 1921-1927

Roll 9 -- Vols. 66-69, 1927-1930


Detailed Description

 

Series A: Personal Material

BoxFolder
11Correspondence, 1885-1906
2Correspondence, 1907-1911
3Correspondence, 1912-1913
4Correspondence, 1914-1916
5Correspondence, 1917-1926
6Correspondence, Undated
7Correspondence, Re, Houston Public Library
8Postcards 1891-1900
9Postcards 1901-1914
10Postcards Undated
11Real Estate
12Miscellaneous Receipts 1905-1916
13"Life of Milsaps"
14Map of Milsaps Travels, U.S.
See Map Case, Drawer
15Reminiscences in the "War Cry", 1921, 1922
16First Report of the Houston Lyceum and Carnegie Library Association, March 2, 1904
BoxFolder
21Catalogue of Milsaps Collection MSS
2Copybook
3Copybook
4Account book
5Catalogue of Geological Specimens
6Catalogue of Mineral Specimens
7Names of Persons Converted Chicago, Illinois
BoxFolder
31 - 7Milsaps Stamp Collection
Volumes
1-70Milsaps Diaries
The first four volumes are listed under "Old Series". After four volumes, the numeration starts over with the volumes listed under "New Series."
Volume
11852-1877 (Texas)
Volume
2July 22, 1877 - Jan. 26, 1879 (Texas, New Orleans, Mississippi River, South Dakota, Wyoming Territory, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Oregon, California)
Volume
3Feb. 17, 1879 - Aug. 3, 1880 (California, Nevada)
Volume
4Aug. 3, 1880 - Oct. 21, 1883 (Nevada, California)
Volume
11896 (New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Illinois, California)
Volume
21897 (California)
Volume
31898 (California, Arizona, Colorado, Nebraska, New York, Illinois, Philippines)
Volume
4June 28, 1898 - October 19, 1898 (Philippines)
Volume
5October 21, 1898 - Jan. 21, 1899 (Philippines)
Volume
6Jan. 21, 1899 - April 10, 1899 (Philippines)
Volume
7April 11, 1899 - June 29, 1899 (Philippines)
Volume
8June 30, 1899 - Sept. 15, 1899 (Philippines)
Volume
9Sept. 16, 1899 - December 8, 1899 (Manila, Luzon Is. Philippines)
Volume
10Dec. 9, 1899 - April 8, 1900 (Philippines, China, Japan, San Francisco)
Volume
11April 8, 1900 - August 28, 1900 (San Francisco)
Volume
12August 29, 1900- Jan. 17, 1901 (San Francisco, Texas, New York)
Volume
13Jan. 18, 1901 - July 12, 1901 (Minnesota, Wisconsin)
Volume
14July 14, 1901 - Dec. 31, 1901 (Minnesota)
Volume
15Jan. 1, 1902 - June 6, 1902 (South Dakota, Minneapolis, Nebraska, Iowa, New Jersey, New York)
Volume
16June 7, 1902 - October 1, 1902 (Iowa, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Pennsylvania)
Volume
17Oct. 3, 1902 - Dec. 31, 1902 (New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois)
Volume
18Jan. 1, 1903 - March 31, 1903 (Illinois, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, Cal.)
Volume
19April 11, 1903 - Sept. 1, 1903 (California, Oregon, Washington)
Volume
20Sept. 2, 1903 - Nov. 30, 1903 (Oregon, California, Hawaii)
Volume
21Dec. 3, 1903 - March 26, 1904 (Hawaii)
Volume
22March 27, 1904 - Aug. 28, 1904 (Hawaii)
Volume
23August 29, 1904 - Feb. 3, 1905 (Hawaii)
Volume
24Feb. 4, 1905 - June 23, 1905 (Hawaii)
Volume
25June 24, 1905 - Nov. 24, 1905 (Hawaii, California.)
Includes a map of Hawaiian travels at end.
Volume
26Nov. 25, 1905 - April 20, 1906 (California, Texas,Chicago, NYC, London)
Volume
27April 21, 1906 - Jan. 19, 1907 (London, NYC, Illinois, Minnesota, North Dakota, Michigan)
Volume
28Jan. 20, 1907 - May 14, 1907 (Wisconsin, Michigan, North Dakota, Minnesota,)
Volume
29May 15, 1907 - October 1, 1907 (Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, North Dakota)
Volume
30October 2, 1907 - Feb. 7, 1908 (Minneapolis, Illinois, Michigan,)
Volume
31Feb. 8, 1908 - June 19, 1908 (Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin)
Volume
32June 20, 1908 - Nov. 19, 1908 (Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois)
Volume
33Nov. 20, 1908 - April 9, 1909 (Minnesota, North Dakota)
Volume
34April 10, 1909 - Sept. 1, 1909 (Minnesota, Illinois, South Dakota)
Volume
35Sept. 2, 1909 - Dec. 31, 1909 (Chicago)
Volume
36Jan 1, 1910 - June 5, 1910 (Chicago)
Volume
37June 6, 1910 - October 24, 1910 (Chicago)
Volume
38October 25, 1910 - March 3, 1911 (Chicago, Texas)
Volume
39March 4, 1911 - Aug. 4, 1911 (Chicago)
Volume
40August 5, 1911 - June 22, 1912 (Chicago, Wisconsin, New Orleans, Texas)
Volume
41June 23, 1912 - October 27, 1912 (Chicago)
Volume
42October 28, 1912 - March 28, 1913 (Chicago)
Volume
43March 29, 1913 - Sept. 11, 1913 (Chicago)
Volume
44Sept. 12, 1913 - Jan. 29, 1914 (Chicago)
Volume
45Jan. 30, 1914 - July 14, 1914 (Chicago)
Volume
46July 6, 1914 - Dec. 4, 1914 (Chicago, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan)
Volume
47Dec. 5, 1914 - May 25, 1915 (Chicago)
Volume
48May 26, 1915 - Nov. 6, 1915 (Chicago)
Volume
49Nov. 7, 1915 - April 12, 1916 (Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Chicago)
This volume includes many pictures of Western states.
Volume
50April 13, 1916 - Nov. 18, 1916 (Chicago)
Volume
51Nov. 19, 1916 - June 22, 1917 (Chicago, New Orleans, Texas, Oklahoma)
Volume
52June 23, 1917 - April 21, 1918 (Texas)
Volume
53April 22, 1918 - January 5, 1919 (Texas)
Volume
54January 16, 1919 - April 30, 1919 (Texas)
Volume
55May 1, 1919 - Sept. 6, 1919 (Texas)
Volume
56Sept. 7, 1919 - July 11, 1920 (Texas)
Volume
57July 12, 1920 - Jan. 6, 1921 (Texas, Missouri, Illinois, Georgia, Tennessee, New Orleans)
Volume
58January 7, 1921 - October 20, 1921 (Texas, Oklahoma)
Volume
59October 21, 1921 - July 7, 1922 (Texas)
Volume
60July 8, 1922 - March 25, 1923 (Texas)
Volume
61March 26, 1923 - Nov. 20, 1923 (Texas)
Volume
62Dec. 1, 1923 - August 4, 1924 (Texas)
Volume
63August 5, 1924 - June 17, 1925 (Texas)
Volume
64June 18, 1925 - May 9, 1926 (Texas)
Volume
65May 10, 1926 - Feb. 25, 1927 (Texas)
Volume
66 Feb. 26, 1927 - Dec. 10, 1927 (Texas)
Volume
67Dec. 11, 1927 - Dec. 31, 1928 (Texas, Georgia)
Volume
68January 1, 1929 - Dec. 31, 1929 (Texas)
Volume
69January 1, 1930 - Dec. 31, 1930 (Texas)
Milsaps officer's covenant with the Salvation Army is inserted in the back of this volume.
Volume
70Hollinger Legal Size Folder Box, Copies of Photos from Milsap's Diary
Volumes
1-12Miscellaneous Bound Volumes
Volume
1Personal Scrapbook, Vol. 1
Volume
2Personal Scrapbook, Vol. 2
Volume
3Personal Scrapbook, Vol. 3
Volume
4Serialized "Life of Milsaps" in War Cry, 1933.
Volume
5Autobiographical sketch and articles of Major Milsaps and his gifts to the Houston Public Library. Contents: Family Records from Milsaps Family Bible; Sketch of the Life of of Major John E.T. Milsaps Dictated by Himself; Corrected copy and sketch as printed in the War Cry, 1933; Preliminary copy with corrections; Milsaps Contract, dated February 10, 1903; Sketch of the Milsaps Collection, August 24, 1931, by the Librarian; Resolution of the Library Board on the death of Major Milsaps; Newspaper sketches of Milsaps.
Volume
6Miscellaneous Scrapbook (Salvation Army)
Volume
7Correspondence, re Houston Public Library, 1895-1932
Volume
8War Cry Clippings and Milsaps Writings, Vol. 1
Volume
9War Cry Clippings and Milsaps Writings, Vol. 2
Volume
10War Cry Clippings and Milsaps Writings, Vol. 3
Volume
11Ledger of War Cry Subscribers, Pacific Coast
Volume
12Catalog of Milsaps Collection.
(2 copies; original with corrections, and duplicate without corrections)



 

Series B: Salvation Army Pamphlets and Songbooks

Pamphlets
BoxFolder
11"Adventures in Penology"
2"Aggressive Christianity"
3"All About the Salvation Army"
4"America's Memorial to General Booth"
5Annual Report of the S.A. (1907)
6Austral Underworld...S.A. operations in Australasia
7Balance Sheet, 1913
8Balance Sheet...for year ending Sept. 30, 1905
9"Behind the Gray Walls and After"
10"`Behold Their Walls'...Annual Report of the S.A. in India and Ceylon."
11"A Benevolent Octopus. 25th Annual Rpt. of San Francisco, 1907". (2 copies)
12Brighter Day...Annual Rpt. of the Prison Work of the S.A. in America 1914-1915
13"Catherine Booth..."
14A Christmas Souvenir, 1898
15"Christmas Stories"
16"The Church of the Back Street" (Boston Annual Rpt. 1900)
17"Church of the Back Street" (Boston Annual Rpt. 1901)
18Church of the Black Sheep... (Annual Rept., S.A. in Buffalo 1898)
19Commissioner Thomas Henry Howard
20In Darkest England and the Way Out
BoxFolder
21The Darkest England Social Scheme (1891)
2"The Darkest England Scheme" (1896)
3"Diamond Digging...Salvation Army Operations in South Africa" 1899-1900
4"Doctrines and Discipline"
5"Emigrations and The Salvation Army"
6Field officers Guide Book (1904)
7France and Switzerland (1891-1892) Rpt. of the S.A.
8Gen. Wm. Booth, Memorial Service, Sept. 1, 1912
9Gen. Wm. Booth's Visit to Greater New York, 1898
10"George Fox, the Red-Hot Quaker"
11For God and Humanity (Social Operations In Canada and U.S. 1906)
12El Grto de Guerra, Sept. - Oct., 1955
13A Handful of Corn 1892. India and Cylon Rpt.
14Harbor Lights (August, 1894)
15Harvest Festival Officers Guide Book 1899
16"Harvest Sheaves...the Report for 1888-1889 of the S.A."
17""Heart Talks on Holiness...""
18How to Help the Poor To Help Themselves
19"Life of Jesus" (In Korean)
20"Lifting the Lowly" (Half Yearly Rpt. of the S.A., 1899)
BoxFolder
31"Light in Darkness..." the Salvation Army in the U.S. 1902
2In Memoriam Consul Emma Booth Tucker
3In Memoriam (Wm. Booth)
4Indian Salvation Calendar, 1888
5International Social Council Addresses, 1911. Part I
6International Social Council Addresses, 1911. Part II
7Isms and Schisms
8"Lassio" (Chicago, S.A.)
9"A Letter..on the occasion of My 80th Birthday"
10"A Letter...on the occasion of My 80th Birthday"
11"A Letter to my officers..on my 80th Birthday"
12"Life and Death...Reports of Addresses of Catherine Booth"
13"Life of Gen. Wm Booth"
14"Life of the Late Commissioner Dowdle."
15Life Links in the Warfare of Commissioner and Mrs. Booth Tucker.
16"Light and Shadow" (Rpt. of Rescue Work in America, 1900)
17"Light on Questions..."
18"The Local Officers" Counselor, Vol. I, No. 1
19London Celebration of Gen. Booth's 77th Birthday
20Love's Labor Not Lost...Annual Rpt. for Boston, 1903
BoxFolder
41"The Memorial Siege..." Instructions for Field Officers, 1913
2"Musical Calvalcade, A Narrative in Rhyme."
3A New Year's Greeting 1906
4One Year's Progress (Minn., 1906)
5Opinions of Eminent Persons (on) the Work of the S.A.
6"Orders and Regulations" 1890
7Orders and Regulations (Pt. 1)
8"Orders and Regulations for Soldiers 1925"
9"Others" (the Work of the S.A. in its 29th year, 1894-1895)
10Our Future Pauper Policy in America, 1897.
11"Our Heritage, The Empire"
12"Personal Impressions of Work for Darkest England" 1898
13"Personal Impurity"
14"Popular Christianity" Jan. 1, 1901
15Prairie Homes for City Poor
16Program of Meetings. Jan. 17-24, 1922
17Programme of Summer Relief Operations (1901)
18Re-Construction Days for Salvation Army (1906) - S.F.
19Regulations...Relative to the General's Visit in 1898
20Report of the Prison Work of the Salvation Army 1913
21A Review of the Progress of the Salvation Army, 1891
22Rifted Clouds, 1897
23Rules and Regulations for Rescue Officers
24"The Salvation Fight Under the Star and Stripes." 1888.
25S.A. Annual Rpt. year ending Sept. 28 1906, Cincinnati, Ohio
26"S.A. Army Girl"
27S.A. Camp Meeting. Trestle Glen, Calif.
28"S.A. Ceremonies"
29S.A. Official Index of the Historical Group
30"S.A. in India..."
BoxFolder
51"S.A. Rules and Regulations for Brigade Members"
2"The Salvation Army as a Temperance Movement"
3The S.A., Twenty-Sixth Annual Statements of Account, 1892
4"The S.A. in the U.S."
5The S.A. in the U.S.
6The S.A. in the U.S.
7S.A. in the U.S. (1899)
8"The S.A. at Work in the Boer War"
9S.A. Yearbook, 1914
10Salvation Army Yearbook, 1918
11"The S.A. Year Book" 1919
12Salvation War in Chicago (1916)
13"Selections From the Writings of Mrs. Booth Tucker"
14"Self Denial"
BoxFolder
61"The Sepoy" Nov. 1887; Jan. 1888; April 1888
2"Servants of All"
3"Shall America Go Back"
4"Siege Orders" 1905
5"Siege Orders, 1909"
6The Siege, 1912
7Social Relief Work of the Salvation Army (1906)
8Star Campign
9"Sunshine: A Review of the Prison Work of the S.A." 1920-21
10"A talk with Mr. Gladstone," 1906
11"A Talk with President McKinley"
12"Talk with Officers"
13"Ten Years War in the French and Swiss Republics"
14The Times Between 1904 and 1926...Progress of the S.A. in U.S.
15"To my field officers throughout the World."
BoxFolder
71To Our Friends a Brief Statement of the Financial Standing of the S.A., 1893-1894
2"Training of Children"
3Twenty Years Housing the Salvation Army
4"Victory" (April, 1901)
5"With the Waifs and Strays" Work of the Golden Gate Orphanage, 1905
6War Cry, June 25, 1955
7"What is to be Done with Brown?..."
8"What is the Salvation Army?"
9"What is the Salvation Army?"
10Why and Wherefore of the S.A. Regulations
11"Work in Darkest England, 1894"
12A Year Progress (1906)
Song Books
BoxFolder
713Battle Songs
14Battle Songs of the Salvation Army
15Cancioneiro Do Exercito da Salvacao
16"The Cross and the Crowd"
BoxFolder
81Eighth Army Corps War Songs (1896)
2Jubilee Songs (1897)
3Musical Companion
4Musical Pioneer
5The Musical Salvationist Dec. 1917
6Salvation Army Songbook (Hindi)
7Salvation Army Songbook (Korea, 1909)
8Salvation Army Songbook (Maorian)
9Salvation Army Songbooks (Miscellaneous)
10Miscellaneous Songbooks
11Salvation Army Songs (Chinese)
12Salvation Army Songs
13Salvation Army Song Sheet (1896)
14Salvation Army Songs and Music
15Salvation Army Songs and Solos (1893)
16Salvation Army Special Songs and Solos (1901)
17Salvation Army Special Songs and Solos (1915)
BoxFolder
91Salvation Soldier's Songbook
2Salvation Soldier's Songbook
3Salvation Soldier's Songbook (1884)
4Salvation Soldier's Songbook
5Salvation Songs
(3 copies)
6Salvation Songs (Hawaii)
7Salvation Songs
8Salvation Songs
9Seventh Anniversary Songs April, 1887
10Soldier Soloist (1892)
11Song Book
12Songbook (Chinese)
13Songbook (Icelandic, 1897)
14Songs
15"Songs"
16Songs For Young People's Councils (1922)
Miscellaneous
BoxFolder
917Tucker, Booth. "A Review of the Salvation Army Land Company in California"
18"What Others Think of the Salvation Army Colony"
BoxFolder
101Miscellaneous Salvation Army Printed Matter
2Miscellaneous Salvation Army Printed Matter
3"Blood and Fire." Special Song Book 1894
4Miscellaneous Salvation Army Printed Matter
5Miscellaneous Salvation Army Printed Matter
6Miscellaneous Salvation Army Printed Matter
7Miscellaneous Salvation Army Printed Matter
8Miscellaneous Salvation Army Printed Matter
9Songs and Music. The Salvation Army. 1922
10Haley, F.H. "Songs for the Blood-Washed" 1882
11Songsheet. Fifth Annual Camp Meeting. Pacific Coast Chief Division. 1896
12Souvenir Song Book. 1898
BoxFolder
111Miscellaneous Salvation Army Printed Matter
2Miscellaneous Documents - Dispute Between Editors of NYC and San Francisco ""War Cry"" regarding Ballingtoon Booth. 1896
3Miscellaneous Documents, regarding the S.A. 1928-29 Controversy
4Miscellaneous Documents, regarding the S.A. 1928-29 Controversy
5Tickets, Coupons, etc.
6Salvation Army Broadsides
7Salvation Army Broadsides
8Salvation Army Broadsides
9Clippings regarding the Salvation Army
10Clippings regarding the Salvation Army
11Clippings regarding the S.A. in Malden, Mass.
12Manuscripts, regarding the Salvation Army
13"An Account of the Opening and Early Days of the Salvation Army on the West Coast, by the S.A. California Pioneer, Major Alfred Wells." (Manuscript)
14"An Account of the Opening and Early Days of the Salvation Army on the West Coast, by the S.A. California Pioneer, Major Alfred Wells." (Typescript)
15"The Great Earthquake and Fire at Tokio & Yokohama, Japan. Japan. Sept. 1st 1923. Lecture Notes by Adjutant David G. Swanson, an eyewitness."



 

Series C: Photos

BoxFolder
11-6Salvation Army Portraits
BoxFolder
21-7Salvation Army Portraits
8Salvation Army Scenes
BoxFolder
31Hawaii Scenes
2-4Philippine Scenes
5-7California Scenes
8North Dakota, Arizona, Georgia & Minnesota
9Yellowstone Park
10Post Cards



 

Series D: Philippines

BoxFolder
11-2Miscellaneous Material, regarding Luzon, ca. 1880-1900.
3Autographs, Miscellaneous (Spanish text) Correspondence (1870-1900).
4Miscellaneous Printed Matter (1900)
5Maps
(7 pieces)
6"Philippine Islands Salvation Army Soldier and Sailor Work. Receipt Stub of Monies received by Major John Milsaps." Manila, 1898-99.
7"Salvation Army `Army & Navy League' Expense Account. 1898-99. Connected therewith in Connection with the U.S. Army of Invasion of the Philippine Islands 1898-1899."
BoxFolder
21"Historia del Principe Baldonno y la Princesa Serilla en dymferio de--"
2Baptisma Records, Tondo and Roman Church, Manial, 1750-1767.
3Miscellaneous Paper, Paombong Village, 1898.
4Miscellaneous Papers, Philippine Insurrection Caloascan Village, ca. 1870-1900.
5Record Book, from Manivales, Luzon Island. 1887
6Records from Navy Yard, Arsenal & Prison, Cavite, Philippines. 1862
7Records from Navy Yard, Arsenal & Prison, Cavite, Philippines, 1862, 1895
BoxFolder
31Aguinaldo, Emilio. "Al Pueblo Filipino." 1898
(2 copies)
2Aguinaldo, Emilio. "Kalatas (Mensahe) Nang Presidente Sa Pagbabangong Puri Nang Bayang Filipinas (Revolution Filipina)." 1898
3Aguinaldo, Emilio. "Mensaje Del President De La Revolucion Filipina." 1898
4Aguinaldo, Emilio. ""Sa Manga Taga Katipunan."" 1898
5Album of Manila. n.d.
6""American Occupation of the Philippines. Historical Record From the Date of the Capitulation of Manila to Admiral Dewey and the U.S. Navy."" n.d.
7Arias, Fr. Evaristo. "Paralelo Entra La Conqista de America y La Dominacion de Filipinas." 1892
8Atkinson, Edward. "The Cost of a National Crime. The Hell of War and Its Penalties." 1898
9Barrett, John. ""Our Approach to Asia,"" 1900
10Becker, George. "Are the Philippines Worth Having?"
11Blount, James H. "Philippine Independence - When?" 1907
12Boutwell, George. "Address to the Laboring and Producing Classes of the United States (American Anti-Imperialist League)." 1900
13Broadsides and Newspaper Supplements 1892-1901
14(Bryan, William Jennings). "Anti-Imperialism Is Old Copper-Headism." 1900
15Church, Wm Conant, et. al. ""Major-General Elwood Stephen Otis; Philippine Types & Characteristics; Native Population of the Philippines. (American Monthly Review of Revues, March 1899).""
16"Commercial Expansion. Importance of Manila As a Market." n.d.
17Darrell, George. "A Souvenir of Manila. Points of Interest and General Information Including Spanish at a Glance." 1899.
18Denby, Charles. "Bryan's Attitude Toward the Philippines." 1900.
19Eighth Army Corps. ""History of the 25th Infantry."" Printed in the Eighth Army Corps Journal of December 28, 1899.
20Eighth Army Corps. "Souvenir Song Book." 1898.
21Fellowship Forum. ""How Rome Ruled the Philippines."" 1928.
22Foulke, Wm. Dudley. ""The Filipinos: Fitness for Self-Government, etc."" 1900.
23Guerra, Juan Alvarez. "Viajes Por Filipinas de Manila a Marianas." 1887.
24Hanks, Henry C. "Gold in the Philippines." 1898.
25Hill, David Jayne. "The Fiction of Imperialism." 1896.
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41Llanos, Adolfo. "La Guerra Con Los Estados Unidos." 1897.
2(McKinley, William). "President McKinley's Share in the War With Spain." 1900.
3"Manila Octubre 1896." (Photographs of the Troops) 1896.
4Marvin, Arthur Tappan. "Manila and the Philippines. The Garden Spot of the Earth." 1898.
5Marty, J. "Manila Guide." 1898.
6"Panukala Sa Pagkakana Nang Republika Nang Filipinas." 1898.
7Peters, C.W. "Picturesque Manila." 1898.
8Phelan, James D. "Philippines. Two Opinions of Oriental Expansion." (Overland Monthly, August, 1898), 1898.
9Philippine Medical Pamphlet. 1894.
10Poblette, Pascual. "Buhay Ni Juan Soldado." 1899.
11Programa Constitutional de la Republica Filipina. 1898.
12Reyes, Isabelo de los. "Folk-lore Filipino." 1889.
13Reyes, Isabelo de los. "Prehistoria de Filipinas." 1889.
14Schurz, Carl & Reid, Whitelaw. "Thoughts on American Imperialism, & The Territory With Which We Are Threatened." (Scribner's Magazine, September, 1898), 1898.
15Thomas, Norma Waterbury. "Jack and Janet in the Philippines." 1918.
16"To My Countrymen the Americans." ca. 1899.
17United States, President of. "Instructions of the President to the Philippine Commission." 1900.
18Valentine, John J. "`Imperial Democracy': Dutch Colonizers in Malaysia; Annexation of the Philippines." 1899.
19Wisner, J.A. "Sketches From the Spanish-American War in the Philippine Islands." 1892.
20Worcester, Dean C. "The Malay Pirates of the Philippines." 1898.



 

Series E: Hawaii

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11Alexander, W.D. "Brief Account of the Hawaiian Government Survey." 1889.
2"The Alexander Young Hotel." 1902.
3"The Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs." 1901.
4Auditor-General, Hawaii. "Report to Legislature." 1888.
5Bailey, Edward. "Hawaiian Ferns." 1883.
6Bennett, C.C. "Life on the Sandwich Islands." n.d.
7Bishop, Serena. "Scenery in Hawaii." 1903.
8Blackman, Leopold. "Kaupeepee." 1902.
(2 copies)
9Board of Education, Hawaii. "Biennial Report, 1893, 1894." 1894.
10Boyd, Edward M. "Hawaii's Volcano-Made Scenery." 1904.
11The Buffalo, Vol. 1, No. 5. "Around the World Number." 1904.
12Bureau of Immigration, Hawaii. "Biennial Report, 1893, 1894." 1894.
13Calhoun, Alfred. "A Trip to Hawaii." n.d.
14"A Call to Prayer." 1905.
15Central Union Church, Honolulu. "Sixth Annual Report and List of Church Members." 1894.
16Central Union Church, Honolulu. "Twelfth Year Book." 1900.
17Clay, J.F. "Paradise of the Pacific." 1894.
18Collector General of Customs, Hawaii. "Annual Report, 1890." 1891.
19Commissioner of Crown Lands, Hawaii. "Biennial Report, 1893-1894." 1894.
20"Constitution of the Republic of Hawaii." 1894.
(2 copies)
21Daggett, R.M. "Strange Hawaiian Traditions." n.d.
22Department of Foreign Affairs, Hawaii. "The Hawaiian Islands." 1899.
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21Dole, Sanford B. "The Hawaiian Question: A Letter of President Dole to U.S. Minister Willis." 1894.
2Endell, George. "A Paradise of Birds." n.d.
3Gibson, Randall. "Speech on the Hawaiian Treaty, 1876." 1876.
4"Gynberg Ballads." n.d.
5"Haleiwa-Oahu Railway." 1904.
6Hale-Mau-Mau Volcano. n.d.
(Picture)
7Hall, A.D. "Hawaii." 1898.
8Handbill For Tug of War in Honolulu. 1905.
9Hawaii Promotion Committee. "Hawaii." n.d.
(2 copies)
10Hawaii Promotion Committee. "Hawaii: May Day All the Year Around." n.d.
11Hawaii Promotion Committee. "Hawaii: A Primer." 1905.
12Hawaii Promotion Committee. "Hawaii: A Primer." 1908.
13Hawaii Promotion Committee. "Hawaii: Maps, Roads, Distances." n.d.
14Hawaiian Almanac and Annual for 1893.
15Hawaiian Annual 1903.
16Hawaiian Annual 1904.
17Hawaiian Annual 1905.
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31Hawaiian Historical Society. "Constitution." 1892.
2Hawaiian Historical Society. "First Annual Report." 1892.
3Hawaiian Historical Society. Paper No. 1: "The Relations Between the Hawaiian Islands and Spanish America in Early Times," by W.D. Alexander. 1892.
(2 copies)
4Hawaiian Historical Society. Paper No. 2: "The Lesser Hawaiian Gods," by J.S. Emerson. 1892.
(2 copies)
5Hawaiian Historical Society. Paper No. 3: "Evolution of Hawaiian Land Tenure," by Sanford Dole. 1892.
(2 copies)
6Hawaiian Historical Society. Paper No. 4: "Early Voyagers of the Pacific Ocean." n.d.
7Hawaiian Historical Society. Paper No. 5: "The Long Voyages of the Ancient Hawaiians," by Dr. N.B. Emerson. 1893.
(2 copies)
8Hawaiian Historical Society. Paper No. 6: "The Proceedings of the Russians on Kauai, 1814-1816," by W.D. Alexander. 1894.
(2 copies)
9Hawaiian Historical Society. Paper No. 7: "The Evolution of the Hawaiian Judiciary," by W. Frear, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. 1894.
10"Hawaiian Securities: A Valuable Guide." 1904.
11"Hawaiian Tariff, and Digest of the Laws and Regulations of the Customs, Pilot and Harbor Regulations, Position and Bearings of Light Houses. Currency Tables, Postage Rates, List of Diplomatic and Consular Agents, etc.," prepared by John A. Hassinger, Deputy Collector, Port of Honolulu. 1871.
12Hewett, A.M. "A Sketch of Recent Events, Being a Short Account of the Events Which Culminated on June 30, 1887, Together With a Full Report of the Great Reform Meeting, and the Two Constitutions in Parallel Columns." 1887.
13"Illustrated Handbook of the Hawaiian Islands." 1898.
14Jones, Conflagration. "Hawaii; A Snap Shot." 1893.
15Kenoyn, Brewster. "History of the Postal Issues of Hawaii." 1895.
16Logan, Daniel. "Hawaii. Its People, Climate and Resources." 1903.
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41Malo, David. "Hawaiian Antiquities." 1898.
2Mid-Pacific Magazine. "Mauna Kea: the Highest of Island Peaks." 1911.
3Minister of the Interior, Hawaii. "Biennial Report to the Legislative Assembly." 1890.
4Nakuina, Emma. "Hawaii, Its People, Their Legends." 1904.
5Oceanic Steamship Co. "Honolulu, New Zealand and Australia." n.d.
6Paradise of the Pacific, September 1903.
7Paradise of the Pacific, October 1903.
8Paradise of the Pacific, December 1903.
9Paradise of the Pacific, January 1904.
10Peabody, Andrews. "The Hawaiian Islands, As Developed By Missionary Labors." 1865.
11"The Population of the Hawaiian Islands. Is the Hawaiian a Doomed Race." 1894.
12Prescott, Annie M. "Hawaii." 1891.
13"The Shepherd Saint of Canai. Rich Primacy Revelations..." 1882.
14Sidelights, September 1903.
15Smith, Jared. "Agriculture in Hawaii." 1903.
16Sturdevant, C. "Hawaii: General Information, by a Citizen." 1898.
17Supreme Court, Hawaii. "Biennial Report, 1886, 1887." 1888.
18Supreme Court, Hawaii. "Biennial Report, 1892, 1893." 1893.
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51Supreme Court, Hawaii. "In the Matter of Jonah C. Kalanianaole, Petition For Writ of Habeus Corpus." 1895.
2Surveyor General, Hawaii. "Report to Minister of the Interior." 1892.
3Thrum, Thomas G. "Tributes of Hawaiian Verse." 1882.
(2 copies)
4U.S. Congress. "An Act to Provide a Government for the Territory of Hawaii." 1900.
5U.S. Congress. "Report on Hawaiian Silver Coinage, etc., to Accompany H.R. 7091." 1900.
6U.S. Congress. "Retiring of Hawaiian Coinage and Currency." 1901.
7Whitney, Henry. "The Tourist's Guide Through the Hawaiian Islands." 1890.
8Whitney, Henry. "The Tourist's Guide Through the Hawaiian Islands." 1890.
9Whitney, Henry. "The Tourist's Guide Through the Hawaiian Islands." 1890.
10(Wiley, John). "Correspondence Between H.M.'s Minister of Foreign Relations and the U.S. Commissioner on the Case of John Wiley." 1845.
11Women's Christian Temperance Union of the Hawaiian Islands. Annual Reports from 1884 to 1891.
12Wyllie, Robert. "Address to the House of Representatives of the Hawaiian Kingdom, on the Inefficiency of High Duties on Spirits, In Promoting Temperance, Morality and Revenue, and the Expediency of Lowering the Duties, In Conformity With the Strong Recommendations of the Chamber of Commerce of Honolulu." 1851.



 

Series F: Hawaiian Language Pamphlets

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11Alexander, W.D. "A Short Synopsis of the Most Essential Points of Hawaiian Grammar." 1891.
2Alexander, W.O. "The Truth of the Bible." ( "O Ka Palapala Hemolele") 1849.
3Alexander, W.O. "The Truth of the Bible." ( "O Ka Palapala Hemolele") 1863.
4The Ants, vol. IV. ( Ka Nonanona) 1844.
5"Bible Questions In Hawaiian." ( "He Ninau Hoike...") 1864.
6"The Child's Primer of Physiology and Hygiene." ( "He Buke No Ke Ola Kino No Na Kamali") 1887.
7"Catechism of Congregational Church." ( "He Ui Kamalii no na Kula Sabati") 1870.
8"Congregational Catechism of the Scriptures." ( "He Ui No Ke Akua") 1865.
9"Daily Food." ( "Ka Ai O Ka La") 1855.
10"Daily Food From 1st and 2nd Corinthians." ( "Ka Ai O Ka La") 1837.
11"Daily Food: the Story of Abraham." ( "Ka Ai O Ka La") 1853.
12Drummond, Henry. "O Ke Aloha Ka Makana Kiekie") n.d.
13"First Reader." ( "O Ke Kumumua Hou") n.d.
14"Fortieth Annual Report of Hawaiian Evangelical Association." ( "Ahahui Evanelio Hwaii") 1903.
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21Gallaudet, T.H. "Evidences of a God." ( "Aia No He Akua") Copy 1. 1842.
2Gallaudet, T.H. "Evidences of a God." ( "Aia No He Akua") Copy 2. 1842.
3"Golden Wreath - Congregational Sunday School Music Book." ( "Ka Lei Alii") 1893.
4"Hawaiian, English, and Japanese Phrase Book." n.d.
5"Hawaiian First Reader." ( "Ke Kuma Mua Ano Hou") 1861.
6"How To Punctuate." ( "Ao Kiko") n.d.
7"Hymns." ( "Himeni Kamalii") 1837.
8Judd, A.F. "Speech of Chief Justice Judd on Jubilee of the Hawaiian Bible Society." ( "Iubile Baibala Hawaii") 1889.
9Kamika, J. "Stories From the Bible." ( "Palapala Hoohalike") 1842.
10"Kaua Kuloko 1895." 1895.
11Moody, Dwight L. "Ke Koko...He Haiao Kaulano..." (Sermon) 1890.
12Oleson, Wm. B. "English Lessons For Hawaiians." 1884.
13Pokue, Rev. J.F. "Against the Pope and Roman Catholic Church." ( "He Mau Wahi Manao") 1867.
14Pokue, Rev. J.F. "The True Christian Church vs. the Roman Catholic." ( "Ka Ekalesia Oiaio") Copy 1. 1867.
15Pokue, Rev. J.F. "The True Christian Church vs. the Roman Catholic." ( "Ka Ekalesia Oiaio") Copy 2. 1867.
16"Spelling Book." ( "Ka Ao Spela") 1844.
17"Story For Children About Courage." ( "Na Olelo Ao Liilii") 1865.
18"Sunday School Music Book." ( "Ka Leo Hoomii") n.d.
19"Temperance Song Book." ( "He Mau Mele...no na Kamalii Puali Inuwai") 1849.



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