The Walter Frederick and Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel Manuscript Collection

Collection Summary

Creators: Kuentzel, Agnes McAlphine Douglas
Dates: 1945-1951
Extent: 1 box (0.4 linear feet)
Language(s): English
Repository: Princeton Theological Seminary Libraries. Special Collections.

Chronology of the Life of Walter Frederick Kuentzel

1919 November 24 Born, Monticello, Iowa
1942-1945 Student, Bachelor of Theology, Mission House Theological Seminary, Wisconsin
1944 Graduated, Mission House College
1945-1950 Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
1950-1957 Professor, New Testament, Mission House Theological Seminary
1957 Doctor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
1957 August 3 Died, Tomahawk, Wisconsin

Chronology of the Life of Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel

1923 April 23 Born, Chester, South Carolina
1944 Graduated, Agnes Scott College
1944-1946 Teacher, Salem Academy and College, Winston-Salem
1946-1949 Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
1949-1950 Director of Christian Education, First Church, Reading, Pennsylvania
1950-1957 Teacher, Lakeland College, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
1960-1968 Clerical worker, Davidson College
1968-1969 Student, Master of Arts, Presbyterian School of Christian Education
1969-1971 Student, Master of Education, University of North Carolina
1976 February 15 Ordained, Concord Presbytery, Presbyterian Church in the United States
1976-1988 Councilor, Career Development Center, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1978-1984 Student, Master of Science, Millersville University, Pennsylvania

Biographical Information

Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel studied at Princeton Theological Seminary from 1946 to 1949, earning her Bachelor of Divinity degree in 1949. She was ordained by the Presbytery of Concord (PCUS) in 1976 and has served in a variety of educational and pastoral positions. Her husband, Walter Frederick Kuentzel, studied at Princeton Seminary from 1945 to 1950, and received his Doctor of Theology degree in 1957. Dr. Kuentzel died on August 3, 1957.


Scope and Content

This collection consists of course notes taken by Walter and Agnes Douglas Kuentzel while at Princeton Theological Seminary from 1945 to 1951.



Kuentzel, Walter Frederick, 1919-1957--Archives.

Kuentzel, Agnes McAlphine Douglas--Archives.

Princeton Theological Seminary--Alumni and alumnae--Archives.

Class notes--1945-1951.

Princeton Theological Seminary. Library. Manuscript collections.


Administrative Information

Processing Information

This collection was donated to the Seminary Libraries by Agnes D. Kuentzel in August of 1996. The collection was processed and the original finding aid was written 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 Walter Frederick and Agnes McAlphine Douglas Kuentzel Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.



Box 1
1:1 Finding aid.
Walter F. Kuentzel's Course Notes
1:2 Gospel of John, Dr. Piper. (1st term) 1945-1946
1:3 Parables, Dr. Piper. (3rd term) 1945-1946
1:4 Old Testament Biblical Theology, Dr. Piper. (1st term) 1947-1948
1:5 Synoptic Problems, Dr. Piper. (2nd term) 1947-1948
1:6 New Testament Bibliography.
1:7 General Bibliography.
Agnes Douglas Kuentzel's Course Notes
1:8 Ecumenics, Dr. Mackay (2nd term) 1946-1947
1:9 Christian Education. (2nd term) 1947-1948
1:10 Genesis-Exodus [English Bible], Dr. Kuist. (2nd term) 1946-1947
1:11 John [English Bible], Dr. Kuist. (2nd term) 1948-1949
1:12 Isaiah [English Bible], Dr. Kuist. (2nd term) 1948-1949
1:13 Luke [English Bible], Dr. Kuist.
1:14 Ephesians (Princeton Institute of Theology, continuing education) [Dr. Mackay]. 1951
1:15 Miscellany.


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