Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/sh85025219
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Commonplace book on Christianity and slavery
Overview Commonplace book with entries addressing a number of topics, including church politics, theological concerns, childrearing practices, and slavery.
Dates: between 1840 and 1851
"I Have Found a Hiding Place" Music and Lyrics, after 1942
File — Box 4265.001: , Folder: 16
Scope and Contents This file contains one page of heavy paper or card stock with handwritten music and lyrics to the Christian hymn "I Have Found a Hiding Place," which was originally written by American evangelist Charles Weigle in 1942. The verses are intact, but the bottom right-hand portion of the page is missing, along with some of the words to the song's chorus.
Dates: after 1942
Samuel J. Hays Letter, 1842 November 16
File — Box 4257.015: , Folder: 9
Scope and Contents Letter from Samuel J. Hays of Jackson, Tennessee, to Andrew Jackson at the Hermitage, Tennessee, announcing Hays' acceptance of Christianity, thanks to the ministry of the Reverend Daniel Baker, a prominent early nineteenth century revivalist who, earlier, was pastor of the Second Church in Washington, DC, where Andrew Jackson attended church while President. Hays was the son of Colonel Robert Hays and Jane Donelson Hays, sister of Rachel Donelson Jackson, and he called Andrew Jackson "uncle."...
Dates: 1842 November 16
Stamp Collecting: Letters to James Johnson [RESTRICTED], 1957-1972
File — Box 4265.001: , Folder: 45
Scope and Contents This collection contains five letters to James Johnson of Anderson and Freeport, Illinois, about stamp collecting and a donation made for relief in the Philippines.