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Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Educational Commission.

Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Educational Commission records, 1914-1918

.5 linear ft. (1 box)

The Educational Commission of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South was established by the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church South in 1914 to consider plans for establishing two universities with theology programs to be owned and controlled by the Church. Upon recommendation of the Educational Commission, the General Conference severed ties with Vanderbilt University and supported the expansion of Emory College at Oxford, Ga., to become Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., in 1915. The collection consists of official correspondence of the Commission; three bound volumes containing minutes of the Commission and its executive committee; drafts of resolutions; reports; and other papers concerning the Vanderbilt University case and the establishment of Emory and Southern Methodist Universities. Persons represented in the collection include Warren A. Candler, W. B. Murrah, James Henry McCoy, John Carlisle Kilgo, Plato Tracy Durham, Asa Griggs Candler, William Danner Thomson, Andrew J. Cobb, James Edward Dickey, Nathaniel Edwin Harris, Samuel Martin Inman, James H. Kirkland, and Harry H. Stone.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Illinois Conference.

Illinois Conference records, 1867-1917

2 cubic ft. (2 legal archives boxes + 1 oversize box)

Contains minutes and statistics of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, Illinois Conference.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

Methodist Episcopal Church, South. North Georgia Conference.

Methodist Episcopal Church, South. North Georgia Conference. Conference proceedings, 1831-1931.

5.4 cubic feet (10 boxes)

Contains conference proceedings from the yearly sessions of the Georgia Conference (1846-1865) and the North Georgia Conference (1866-1921).

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Telfair Circuit (Georgia).

Telfair Circuit (Methodist Episcopal Church, South) record book, 1829-1850.

.2 cubic feet (1 box)

Consists of the record book of the Little Ocmulgee Circuit, the Jacksonville (Georgia) Circuit, and the Telfair Circuit of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South from 1829-1850.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

Methodist Episcopal Church.

Methodist Episcopal Church (South Waterford, Me.) Records, 1764-1871

0.1 cubic ft. (2 folders)

Consists of a bound volume listing marriages and probationary members of the church, and a ledger fragment.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

Methodist Episcopal Church. Georgia Conference.

Methodist Episcopal Church, Georgia Conference records, 1867-1908.

0.8 cubic feet (2 boxes)

Consists of handwritten and conference minutes, reports, and roll book, and one photograph of the Cape May Commission.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

Methodist miscellany collection, 1784-1972

.75 linear feet (2 boxes), 1 oversized paper (OP), 21 bound volumes (BV), 1 microfilm reel (MF), and 1 framed item (FR)

Artifical collection of manuscripts relating to the Methodist Church or members of the Methodist church.

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Methodist Protestant Church. Georgia Conference.

Methodist Protestant Church Georgia Conference records, 1830-1939

1.5 cubic feet (3 boxes)

Consists of handwritten and published conference minutes and one scrapbook of published material concerning the Women’s Work organization.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

Metropolitan Atlanta Boys' Clubs.

Metropolitan Atlanta Boys' Clubs records, 1938-1990

7.75 linear ft. (16 boxes) and 14 oversized bound volumes (OBV)

Records of the Metropolitan Atlanta Boys' Clubs including annual reports, yearbooks, correspondence, speeches, and interviews.

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Metts family.

Metts family papers, 1919-2002

.25 linear ft. (1 box)

Photographs and genealogical materials of the Metts family of Georgia from 1919-2002.

Repository: Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

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