The Alexander Mackie Manuscript Collection
|Creator:||Princeton Theological Seminary. Library. Special Collections|
|Extent:||1 box (0.3 linear feet)|
|Repository:||Princeton Theological Seminary Libraries. Special Collections.|
|1885 September 26||Born, Frankford, Philadelphia|
|1907||Graduated, Bachelor of Arts, Princeton University|
|1907-1910||Student, Princeton Theological Seminary|
|1909||Graduated, Master of Arts, Princeton University|
|1910 November 14||Ordained, Presbytery of Philadelphia|
|1910-1911||Pastor, Sherwook Church, Philadelphia|
|1911-1936||Pastor, Tully Memorial Church, Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania|
|1925||Awarded honorary doctor of divinity, Parsons College|
|1936-unknown||President, Presbyterian Ministry Fund|
|1966 January 20||Died, Philadelphia|
Alexander Mackie (1885-1966) was a graduate of Princeton University (BA 1907, MA 1909) and of Princeton Theological Seminary (BD 1910). He was ordained by the Presbytery of Philadelphia in 1911, and served as pastor of Sherwood Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, 1910-1911 and the Tully Memorial Presbyterian Church, 1911-1941. Mr. Mackie was President of the Presbyterian Ministers' Fund for many years, beginning in 1936. He was also on the Board of Trustees of Temple University, and active in formation of the Conwell School of Theology.
Scope and Content
This is a constructed collection of material related to Alexander Mackie, collected from a number of sources. It includes correspondence and biographical material.
Mackie, Alexander, b. 1885--Archives.
Mackie, Alexander, b. 1885--Correspondence.
Princeton Theological Seminary--Alumni and alumnae--Archives.
Princeton Theological Seminary. Library. Manuscript collections.
This collection of papers was gathered from a number of sources. Correspondence received by Mr. Mackie during the time of his leadership of a student protest at the Seminary, as well as his autobiographical essay, "Signs of Spring at Princeton Seminary, A.D. 1909," were removed from the library's collection of Professor Lefferts Loetscher's papers. Other correspondence from the Mackie Papers was photocopied from the collection at the Presbyterian Historical Society, and given to the Seminary Libraries in March of 1993. Other items were photocopied from the John Mackay Manuscript Collection and from archival office files. Still other materials were given by Dr. Horace T. Allen, Jr. in July of 1996. This item was processed, and the original finding aid was written in July of 1996, by Raymond D. Cannata, 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 Alexander Mackie Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.
See also the following material in Special Collections:
The Alexander Mackie (1885-1966) Papers, 1885-1966. Presbyterian (Pcusa) Historical Society, Philadelphia, Pa, Record Group Number 60.
|1:2||Correspondence: letter to Charles R. Erdman, [photocopy]. April 5, 1960|
|1:3||Correspondence: seven letters to Henry D. Moore, [photocopies]. 1943-1969|
|1:4||Correspondence: two letters to Leonard J. Trinterud. 1949|
|1:5||Correspondence: letters to Mackie re the 1909 student curriculum protest at Princeton Seminary. 1909|
|1:6||Correspondence: 18 photocopied letters from the Presbyterian Historical Society from the Mackie Papers, together with a description of the collection.|
|1:8||Correspondence: letter to John H. Gross. April 25, 1949|
|1:10||"Signs of spring at Princeton Seminary, A.D.," autobiographical essay re his days at Princeton Seminary. 1909|
|1:11||Report of students to Board of Directors re the 1909 protest. 1909|
|1:12||"That is to Say," pamphlet by Mackie.|
|1:13||"A Learned Ministry," typescript of charge at ordination of Horace T. Allen, Jr. June 9, 1957|
|1:14||"The Friends of Old Pine Street," by Mackie.|
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