The James Henry Baird Manuscript Collection

Collection Summary

Creator: Baird, James H., 1824-1900
Dates: 1846-1857
Extent: 1 box (0.3 linear feet)
Language(s): English
Repository: Princeton Theological Seminary Libraries. Special Collections.

Scope and Content

The Rev. James H. Baird, D.D. was a prominent Presbyterian pastor of the nineteenth century, in Wooster, Ohio and elsewhere. He was the brother of Dr. Samuel John Baird. This collection consists of James Baird's correspondence, primarily from the 1840s and 1850s.

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Subjects

Baird, James H., 1824-1900--Manuscripts.

Princeton Theological Seminary. Library. Manuscript collections.

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Administrative Information

Processing Information

This collection was acquired by the Seminary many years ago. The provenance of this collection is unknown. The collection was organized in June of 1996.

Access

There are no special restrictions on access to this collection. It is available for the use of library patrons under the regular rules and conditions of the Seminary Archives.

Use of Materials

The following is the acceptable citation for publication: The James Henry Baird Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.

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Contents

Box 1
1:1 Copy of finding aid
1:2 Archibald Alexander to Samuel D. Alexander, In re Baird, April 23, 1849
1:3 Stephen Alexander to Baird, September 8, 1853
1:4 James Allison to Baird, December 24, 1853; January 9, 1854.
1:5 Michael Barrett to Baird, November 3, 1851; January 14, 1852.
1:6 Frederick Brown to Baird, 11 letters 1852-1854
1:7 Simeon Brown to Baird.
1:8 Benjamin Chase to Baird, February 10, 1851
1:9 James Clark to Baird, February 25, June 5, 1857.
1:10 Charles Coffin to Baird, May 10, June 21, 1848.
1:11 Joseph Cogswell to Baird, October 13, 1853
1:12 Willis Collins to Baird, October 17, Nov. 2, 1855.
1:13 R.S. Cook to Baird, December 8, 1857
1:14 S.M. Cooper to Baird, April 14, 1857
1:15 William Cox to Baird, January 24, 1855
1:16 J.A. Crawford and others to Baird, February 27, 1857
1:17 3 letters In re "S.F. Day Case", 1853
1:18 C. Eddy (American Tract Society) to church in Wooster, February 25, 1852
1:19 Jonathan Edwards to Baird, January 12, 1855
1:20 D. Elliott to Baird, December 25, 1848; February 28, 1854.
1:21 J.H. Gray to Baird, July 22, December 16, 1850.
1:22 Great Island Congregation to Baird, February 11; February 16, 1857.
1:23 Phineus Gurley to Baird, July 17, 1851
1:24 Alfred Hamilton to Baird, September 8, 1847; September 19, 1849.
1:25 Charles Hodge to Baird, December 13, December 18, 1856.
1:26 J. Aspinwall Hodge to Baird, May 17, 1857
1:27 James Hoge to Baird, Dec. 15, 185(_).
1:28 W.D. Howard to Baird, November 14, 1853; March 12, 1854; January 15, 1855.
1:29 W.W. Jacobus to Baird, February 4, December 1, 1853.
1:30 John Jennings to Baird, November 17, 1852
1:31 Charles Colcock Jones to Baird, July 28, 1851
1:32 W.S. Kennedy to Baird, November 14, 1853
1:33 W.H. Lowrie to Baird, December 19, 1853
1:34 C. Martin, September 16, 1848
1:35 Richard S. McCulloch to Baird, March 1, 1846; September 18, 1847.
1:36 Alexander Taggart McGill to Baird, 5 letters, 1853-1854
1:37 John F. McLaren to Baird, February 9, 1854
1:38 George W. Musgrave to Baird, July 30, 1857
1:39 William Miller Paxton, February 9, 1853
1:40 John Robinson to Baird, August 17, 1852
1:41 John F. Smith to Baird, April 15, 1849
1:42 Samuel Steel to Baird, October 13, 1854
1:43 Thomas Stibbs to Baird.
1:44 Thomas Stibbs to Baird.
1:45 Summit Hill Church to Baird, January 28; February 21, 1857.
1:46 E.E. Swift to Baird, November 9, 1852; February 8, 1853; May 3, 1854.
1:47 Judge John Thompson to Baird, December 5, 9, 1851; August 17, 1852.
1:48 C. Van Rensseler to Baird, October 4, 1852
1:49 B.H. Williams to Baird, April 26, 1852
1:50 James S. Woods to Baird, July 18, 1857
1:51 First Church of Wooster to Baird, November. 23, 1857.
1:52 Miscellaneous correspondence, 3 letters, 1852-1857

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