The William Roy Dupree Manuscript Collection

Collection Summary

Creator: Dupree, William R. (William Roy)
Dates: 1944-1946, 1953-1956
Extent: 2 boxes (0.7 linear feet)
Language(s): English
Repository: Princeton Theological Seminary Libraries. Special Collections.

Scope and Content

This collection includes the course notes of Reverend Doctor William Roy Dupree, taken while a student at Princeton Seminary, 1944-46 (B.D.) and 1953-56 (graduate studies). Notes are photocopies of originals. They provide an excellent window into the classroom life of the Seminary during his years, including notes from courses taught by Émile Cailliet, Joseph Hromádka, Lefferts Loetscher, Paul Lehmann, and many others.



Dupree, William Roy--Archives.

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

Class notes--1944-1946.

Class notes--1953-1956.

Princeton Theological Seminary. Library. Manuscript collections.


Administrative Information

Processing Information

This collection was donated to the Seminary Libraries in October of 1992. The collection was organized, and the original finding aid was written in May of 1996, by Raymond D. Cannata, under the direction of William O. Harris, Archivist. The finding was edited by Sarah Seraphin in February of 2009.


There are no special restrictions on access to 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 William Roy Dupree Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.



Box 1
1:1 Making of the Modern Religious Mind, Dr. Emile Cailliet. circa 1953-1956
1:2 Philosophy of Religion, Dr. Joseph Hromádka. Spring 1946
1:3 Doctrine of Christ, Dr. Joseph Hromádka. Spring 1946
1:4 Theology of Crisis, Dr. Joseph Hromádka. Spring 1946
1:5 Readings in Devotional Classics, Dr. Joseph Hromádka. Spring 1946
1:6 Contemporary Catholicism, Dr. Samuel Rizzo. Fall 1945
1:7 Dr. Hans Hofmann. 1954
1:8 Problems of 19th Century Theology, Dr. Hans Hofmann. Spring 1954
1:9 Reformers' Reinterpretations of Roman Catholic Tradition, Dr. Hans Hofmann. Spring 1954
1:10 Psychology of Christian Experience, Dr. Hans Hofmann. circa 1954 - 1955
1:11 Agape and Eros, by A. Nygren [reading notes].
Box 2
2:1 Early Christian Doctrine, Bethune-Baker [possibly reading notes].
2:2 Luke, Dr. Howard Kuist.
2:3 English Bible - New Testament, Dr. Howard Kuist.
2:4 Notes on Karl Barth - Prophet of a New Christianity? by Wilhelm Pauck.
2:5 Ecclesiastical Theology, Dr. William B. Pugh. Fall 1945
2:6 Catholic Tradition, Dr. Georges Barrois. Spring 1955
2:7 Institutions of the Hebrews, Dr. Georges Barrois. Fall 1946
2:8 Church History, Dr. Lefferts Loetscher. Spring 1946
2:9 The Confessions of St. Augustine, Dr. Lefferts Loetscher.
2:10 Renaissance and Reformation History, Dr. Elmer Homrighausen. Fall 1946
2:11 "The Person of Christ," senior thesis by Mr. Dupree for Dr. John Kuizenga. February 1946
2:12 Social Theory, Dr. Paul Lehmann. circa 1953 - 1956
2:13 Christianity and Communism, Dr. Paul Lehmann. Spring 1954
2:14 Social Implications of Christian Ethics, Dr. Paul Lehmann.
2:15 Christian Ethics, Dr. Paul Lehmann.
2:16 Christian Ethics, Dr. Paul Lehmann. Spring 1946
2:17 Christianity and the Secular Order, Dr. Paul Lehmann.
2:18 Church and State, Dr. Paul Lehmann.
2:19 Church in Community, Dr. J. Donald Butler. Fall 1952
2:20 Junior Year Homiletics, Dr. Lefferts Loetscher. Spring 1945
2:21 Public Worship, Dr. Andrew Blackwood. Spring 1945
2:22 Senior Year Homiletics, Drs. Roberts and Donald Wheeler. Spring 1946
2:23 Correspondence between Dr. Dupree and the Reverend William O. Harris, Seminary Archivist; finding aid for the collection. 1992-1995


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