The George Stewart Duncan Manuscript Collection
|Creator:||Duncan, George S.(George Stewart), 1860-1946|
|Extent:||2 boxes (0.4 linear feet)|
|Repository:||Princeton Theological Seminary Libraries. Special Collections.|
|1860 March 2||Born, Albany, New York|
|1885||Graduated, Williams College|
|1885-1888||Student, Princeton Theological Seminary|
|1888 June 21||Ordained, Carlisle Presbytery|
|1888-1890||Pastor, Dickinson Church, Mooredale, Pennsylvania|
|1890-1896||Pastor, Westminster Church, Harrisburg|
|1894||Graduated, Doctor of Philosophy, Dixon College|
|1896-1900||Professor, Semitic Languages and Literature, Howard University|
|1896-1900||Pastor, Eckington Church, Washington D.C.|
|1901||Student, University of Marburg, Germany|
|1902||Student, University of Berlin, Germany|
|1903-1908||Professor, Semitics, Roich Gymnasium, Berlin, Germany|
|1910-1918||Fellow and Lecturer, Johns Hopkins University|
|1918-unknown||Professor, Egyptology and Assyriology, American University|
|1930-unknown||Annual Lecturer, American Institute of Archeology|
|1931-1946||Dean, YMCA School of Religion, Washington D.C.|
|1946 July 9||Died, Washington D.C.|
Scope and Content
This collection consists of two bound manuscripts handwritten by George Stewart Duncan, including his 1887 thesis for Princeton Seminary.
Duncan, George S. (George Stewart), 1860-1946.
Princeton Theological Seminary. Library. Manuscript collections.
Princeton Theological Seminary--Theses--19th century.
This collection was processed, and the original finding aid was written in the spring of 1993, by Douglas Denné under the direction of William O. Harris, Archivist. The finding aid was edited by Sarah Seraphin and Daved Anthony Schmidt in May of 2009.
There are no special restrictions to the access of this collection. It may be examined by library patrons under the normal rules and conditions of Special Collections.
Use of Materials
The following is the acceptable citation for publication: The George Stewart Duncan Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.
|-||The Unity and Authorship of Leviticus. (March 24, 1888)|
|-||Scribner Prize Winner for the Best Thesis on the "The Sonship of Christ in the N.T.". Thesis intact. (May 1887)|
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