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Henry Garner Welbon Papers

Rev. Henry Garner Welbon
September 28, 1904 - December 11, 1999






Manuscript Collection # 41
Box 476
Content Summary: Early sets of the Minutes of the Bible Presbyterian
Church and its Form of Government; various local church histories,
including two authored by the Rev. Welbon; seven scrapbooks detailing
the Fundamentalist/Modernist controversy of the early 20th century
(about 700 pages in total length).

Biographical Sketch: Born in 1904 to missionary parents in Seoul, Korea, Henry Garner Welbon returned with his parents to the United States
during his adolescent years. He attended Princeton Seminary, entering in 1927.
Span Dates: 1933 - 1999.
Size: 2 cu. ft.
Access Restrictions: None
Collection Citation: Welbon, Henry Garner, Papers, Box 476, Folder __: item description, PCA Historical Center, St. Louis, MO.
Related Collections:
Finding Aid is located in folder number 1.

Subject

Box

File

Bible Presbyterian Church, Form of Government

476

2

General Synod, 1938, (Fifth), Bible Presbyterian Church, Minutes of May 16

476

3

General Synod, 1938, (Fourth), Bible Presbyterian Church, Minutes of April 29

476

4

General Synod, 1938, (Third), Bible Presbyterian Church, Minutes of March 25

476

5

General Synod, 1938, (Second), Bible Presbyterian Church, Minutes of January 3

476

6

Philadelphia Presbytery (Bible Presbyterian Church), 1938, Minutes of September 6

476

7

Resolutions

476

8

Additional Resources in the Collection:
The Scrapbooks of Henry G. Welbon: Carefully gathered news clippings documenting the fundamentalist/modernist controversy of the 1920s and 30s. Source and page references noted on most items. Seven scrapbooks, totaling over 700 pages. Index to Scrapbook #1.


World Presbyterian Missions

Welbon, Henry C., Correspondence, 1966 – 1967

107

56

Welbon, Henry C., Correspondence, 1966, Folder 1

107

57

Welbon, Henry C., Correspondence, 1966, Folder 2

107

58

Welbon, Henry C., Correspondence, 1969

107

55

Welbon, Henry C., Correspondence, 1970

107

54

Welbon, Henry C., Correspondence, 1971

107

53

Welbon, Henry, (Rev. & Mrs.), 1965, Correspondence 417 11

See also the testimonies of Dorothy and Henry Welbon in the June/July 1966 WPM Newsletter, pages 7 - 10 [with photograph].











 

 


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