Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
The volume, "Manuscript of German Lecture: A Year in French Prison Camp," is a manuscript of a German lecture given by Walter Horold.
This collection is comprised of the typed correspondence of Walter Koch, and is written in both German and English. Koch generally corresponds with Friends in the United States about their financial "gift," toward his efforts to teach Quaker texts in German schools, and his promotion of the pacifist movement in Germany.
Table of contents: Prologue; De adventu domini nostri ihesu christi; de sancto andrea apostolo. . . de dedicatione ecclesie; Incomplete index to article 2 in a later hand; each letter of the alphabet is included, but only a few chapter headings with page references have been filled in.
Table of contents: Augustine, Liber de fide ad Petrum; One or possibly two fragments (16 lines) attributed to Bruno Sigiensis. Fragments exhort the reader to bear contumely and injury in silence and not to answer accusations in order to please God.
This is a German manuscript from the first half of the fifteenth century, which contains two texts along with their tables of contents: Albertus Magnus' Mariale and Jacobus de Voragine's De laudibus beatae mariae virginis. The manuscript is composed of two distinct parts and there is some loss of text.
This collection is comprised of the personal correspondence of Thomas C. Potts. Many of the letters are written from Potts to Ethel, his wife, while he was traveling with the American Friends Service Committee in 1920.