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News From Hope College, Volume 53.3: Spring, 2022, Hope College Apr 2022

News From Hope College, Volume 53.3: Spring, 2022, Hope College

News from Hope College

No abstract provided.


The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 32.01: Spring 2022, Grace Pettinger, Kelly Jacobsma, Geoffrey Reynolds, Mackenzie Rhode Apr 2022

The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 32.01: Spring 2022, Grace Pettinger, Kelly Jacobsma, Geoffrey Reynolds, Mackenzie Rhode

The Joint Archives Quarterly

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H90-1068. Fried, Paul G. (1919-2006). Papers, 1851-2015. 45.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Mar 2022

H90-1068. Fried, Paul G. (1919-2006). Papers, 1851-2015. 45.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

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Paul George Fried was born on April 4, 1919, in Leipzig, Germany, and was raised in Wiesbaden, Germany and Vienna, Austria. In April 1938, Fried was arrested by the Nazis and imprisoned in Vienna before leaving for England and worked for the British Society for the Propagation of the Gospel among the Jews in 1939. In December 1939, Fried entered the United States aboard the SS Veendam. He began studies at Hope College in 1940. Fried was drafted in 1943, and became a United States citizen on June 1, 1943. He served in Europe during World War II as an ...


W21-1473. Duryee, Eugene C. (1901-1981). Papers, 1926-1931. 0.25 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Mar 2022

W21-1473. Duryee, Eugene C. (1901-1981). Papers, 1926-1931. 0.25 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

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Eugene Clark Duryee was native to North Hackensack, New Jersey, and son of Reverend Abram Duryee and Mrs. Margaret Powless Clarke Duryee. He held degrees from Rutgers College, Hartford Theological Seminary, and Columbia University. He was licensed and ordained by the Classis of South Bergen in 1926. Duryee served as a missionary in Japan from 1926 to 1931 and spent his first year at Meiji Gakuin University in language study. Upon his return to the United States, Duryee served as an assistant pastor at Middle Collegiate Church in New York City, New York, (1932-1933) and as pastor at Blue Mountain ...


H90-1088. President’S Office. Records, 1933-[Ongoing]. 21.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Mar 2022

H90-1088. President’S Office. Records, 1933-[Ongoing]. 21.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

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Records and papers of Hope College presidents Irwin J. Lubbers, Ph.D., Calvin A. VanderWerf, Ph.D., Gordon J. Van Wylen, Sc.D., John H. Jacobson, Jr., Ph.D., James E. Bultman, Ph.D., John C. Knapp, Ph.D., Rev. Dennis Voskuil, Ph.D., Matthew A. Scogin, MA, and Presidential Search Committee records for James Bultman, John Knapp, and Matthew Scogin. Topics also include materials on the design of the presidential medallion in 1987.


H88-0322. Philanthropy And Engagement Office. Records, 1862-2011. 15.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Mar 2022

H88-0322. Philanthropy And Engagement Office. Records, 1862-2011. 15.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

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Efforts to enhance the image of Hope College, raise funds and recruit students began as soon as the institution was founded. The first fund raising effort was the Een-Dracht Maakt Macht drive in the 1890s, which aimed to raise funds for the general endowment of Hope College, Western Theological Seminary, and Northwestern Classical Academy. This successful drive to raise $100,000, of which Hope College received $50,000, set the stage for “a new and vital era” in the history of the college after many years of struggle for survival. Several successful campaigns have followed. Today, the Philanthropy and Engagement ...


The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 31.04: Winter 2022, Brooke Carbaugh, Geoffrey Reynolds Jan 2022

The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 31.04: Winter 2022, Brooke Carbaugh, Geoffrey Reynolds

The Joint Archives Quarterly

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News From Hope College, Volume 53.2: Winter, 2021, Hope College Dec 2021

News From Hope College, Volume 53.2: Winter, 2021, Hope College

News from Hope College

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The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 31.03: Fall 2021, Rebecca Stanton, Grace Pettinger, Geoffrey Reynolds, Mary Laffey Oct 2021

The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 31.03: Fall 2021, Rebecca Stanton, Grace Pettinger, Geoffrey Reynolds, Mary Laffey

The Joint Archives Quarterly

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News From Hope College, Volume 53.1: Summer, 2021, Hope College Jul 2021

News From Hope College, Volume 53.1: Summer, 2021, Hope College

News from Hope College

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The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 31:02: Summer 2021, Maria Seidl, Geoffrey Reynolds Jul 2021

The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 31:02: Summer 2021, Maria Seidl, Geoffrey Reynolds

The Joint Archives Quarterly

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The Effects Of Religiousness And Spirituality On Covid-19 Health Behavior Compliance, Kimberly Paquette Apr 2021

The Effects Of Religiousness And Spirituality On Covid-19 Health Behavior Compliance, Kimberly Paquette

20th Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (2021)

Just a little over a year ago, our lives changed as our country fell into panic and all around us businesses and organizations shut down. Everyone but essential workers were supposed to stay home to prevent the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus. Like workplaces, places of worship also closed their doors, which for some was unprecedented. Organizational decisions and norms within these places of worship such as whether to follow executive orders, socially distance, and cleaning may have influenced individuals’ opinions on how to react to the pandemic. If religious communities chose not to follow these guidelines, telling parishioners ...


The Effects Of The Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program On Non-Targeted Interventions, Anna Kate Peterson Apr 2021

The Effects Of The Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program On Non-Targeted Interventions, Anna Kate Peterson

20th Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (2021)

According to the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, the rate of hospital readmissions for Medicare patients fell from 18.3 percent in 2010 to 17.1 percent in 2016. Still, since avoidable readmission within 30 days of discharge is a negative healthcare outcome and costly, whether the readmission is due to low-quality care or random complication, it captures the attention of healthcare cost-conscious policymakers. The Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program (HRRP), implemented in 2012, aims to decrease readmission following selected procedures. This research analyzes the effect of the HRRP on readmission rates that were not a part of the HRRP’s ...


Filled And Unfulfilled Hope: The Effect Of Imagery On Self-Regulatory Resources And Emotion, Isabel Santos, Delaney Groves Apr 2021

Filled And Unfulfilled Hope: The Effect Of Imagery On Self-Regulatory Resources And Emotion, Isabel Santos, Delaney Groves

20th Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (2021)

An important element of human cognition is the ability to imagine and hope for future outcomes. Imagining the future may result in states of hope or hopelessness. Hypertension, respiratory tract infections (Richman et al., 2005), and depression in adolescents (Waszczuk, Coulson, Gregory, & Eley, 2016) have been correlated with hopelessness, whereas positive emotions (Snyder et al., 1991) and lower levels of anxiety and depression (Feldman & Snyder, 2005) have been associated with states of hope. Using an experimental approach, hope evocation decreased anger and anxiety, along with heart rate, compared to rumination following a stressful event (Chadwick et al., 2016). In the ...


Examining First Responders’ Mental Health, Taylor Richmond Apr 2021

Examining First Responders’ Mental Health, Taylor Richmond

20th Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (2021)

Terror Management Theory describes the existential angst that humans feel with the understanding that death is truly inevitable and it assists in explaining why humans develop and maintain religious beliefs, how numerous religious orientations address universal existential concerns, and what the social costs and benefits are (Vail et.al, 2010). The purpose of our research was to understand the role of religion (or various coping mechanisms) in terror management processes and managing existential concerns in a community sample (mTurk) and in a sample of participants who regularly face mortality concerns (first responders).

We collected two samples. Participants were randomly assigned ...


News From Hope College, Volume 52.3: Spring, 2021, Hope College Apr 2021

News From Hope College, Volume 52.3: Spring, 2021, Hope College

News from Hope College

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The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 31:01: Spring 2021, Grace Pettinger, Geoffrey Reynolds Apr 2021

The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 31:01: Spring 2021, Grace Pettinger, Geoffrey Reynolds

The Joint Archives Quarterly

No abstract provided.


H20-2041. United Spanish War Veterans Holland Camp 28. Records, 1898-1948. 0.50 Linear Ft., Hope College Mar 2021

H20-2041. United Spanish War Veterans Holland Camp 28. Records, 1898-1948. 0.50 Linear Ft., Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

The United Spanish War Veterans Holland Camp No. 38 was founded in Holland, Michigan, in 1904 for veterans that had participated in that conflict to provide support and comradery to its members. The club provided forms of welfare and representation to their fellow men, as well as those in their respective communities, including assisting with hospital bills and pension receipts, organizing and participating in Memorial Day services, and even buying the occasional bag of groceries or a bouquet of flowers for a fellow comrade’s wife. The collection includes records of the auxiliary, Constitution of the United Spanish War Veterans ...


The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 30:04: Winter 2021, Aine O'Connor, Geoffrey Reynolds Jan 2021

The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 30:04: Winter 2021, Aine O'Connor, Geoffrey Reynolds

The Joint Archives Quarterly

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Building Digital Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual For Librarians, 2nd Ed. By Kyle Banerjee And Terry Reese Jr. [Review], Geoffrey D. Reynolds Dec 2020

Building Digital Libraries: A How-To-Do-It Manual For Librarians, 2nd Ed. By Kyle Banerjee And Terry Reese Jr. [Review], Geoffrey D. Reynolds

Faculty Publications

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News From Hope College, Volume 52.2: Winter, 2020, Hope College Dec 2020

News From Hope College, Volume 52.2: Winter, 2020, Hope College

News from Hope College

No abstract provided.


H97-1302.10. Tillstrom, Burr (1917-1985). Papers, 1947-1997. 2.00 Linear Ft., Hope College Nov 2020

H97-1302.10. Tillstrom, Burr (1917-1985). Papers, 1947-1997. 2.00 Linear Ft., Hope College

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Burr Tillstrom was born in Chicago, Illinois, on October 13, 1917. He attended Senn High School and began pursuing his bachelor’s degree at the University of Chicago, before dropping out in 1936 after being given a job offer from WPA-Chicago Parks District Theatre. Tillstrom’s career centered on marionette theatre, and his most popular creation, Kukla, was invented when he landed his job at WPA-Chicago Parks District Theatre. In 1947, Kukla, Fran and Ollie, the television show based on his original design, premiered on Chicago’s WBKB-TV. The show earned Tillstrom five Emmys and over fifty other awards. PBS ...


The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 30.01-03: Fall 2020, Autumn Balamucki, Geoffrey D. Reynolds Oct 2020

The Joint Archives Quarterly, Volume 30.01-03: Fall 2020, Autumn Balamucki, Geoffrey D. Reynolds

The Joint Archives Quarterly

No abstract provided.


W02-1277. Hoffman, James E. (1893-1954). Papers, 1942-2000. 0.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Sep 2020

W02-1277. Hoffman, James E. (1893-1954). Papers, 1942-2000. 0.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

James Edward Hoffman was a native of Overisel, Michigan. He received an A.B. degree from Hope College in 1917. He graduated from New Brunswick Theological Seminary before being licensed by the Classis of New Brunswick and ordained by the Classis of Bergen in 1920. Later in life, he received a B.D. degree from Rutgers University in 1924 and an honorary D.D. degree from Hope College in 1948. After being ordained, Hoffman served as a pastor in the Reformed Church in America (RCA) for the congregation at First Reformed Church of Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, from 1920-1944. He ...


News From Hope College, Volume 52.1: Summer, 2020, Hope College Jul 2020

News From Hope College, Volume 52.1: Summer, 2020, Hope College

News from Hope College

No abstract provided.


H06-1613. Cox, John D. (1945- ). Records, 1964-2001. 7.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Jun 2020

H06-1613. Cox, John D. (1945- ). Records, 1964-2001. 7.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

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John D. Cox, DuMez Professor of English and resident Shakespeare scholar, has taught at Hope since 1979 and is a Hope College alumnus. He received his BA from Hope College in 1967, and his MA and PhD from the University of Chicago in 1968 and 1975, respectively. From 1973 to 1975, Cox taught as assistant professor of English at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California, and from 1975 to 1978, he was assistant professor of English at University of Victory in Canada. In 1979, Cox returned to Hope College as ...


H05-1580. Community Action House. Records, 1972-2008. 1.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Jun 2020

H05-1580. Community Action House. Records, 1972-2008. 1.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Community Action House (CAH) was organized in 1969 by local churches, organizations, and interested citizens in response to the Latin-American community’s appeal for help in integrating its members into the Holland area. It is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization, serving not only the Latino community of Allegan and Ottawa counties, but other ethnic background citizens as well. The organization has a Board of Directors who are men and women from the community. They, in turn, hire a director. Volunteers are an important part of the CAH and serve in almost every facet of the agency’s operations. CAH is funded ...


H88-0370. Education Department. Records, 1940-[Ongoing]. 9.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Jun 2020

H88-0370. Education Department. Records, 1940-[Ongoing]. 9.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Accredited by the NCATE in 1963. Hope College began to offer certification in teaching of the disabled and impaired in 1976. The collection consists of agendas, correspondence, minutes, NCATE reports, handbooks, staff bulletins, and teacher education information. Topics include Helen and Louis Padnos Education Fund, Centennial Lecture Series, and the experimental Saugatuck/Douglas education program.


H88-0230. Hope College Libraries. Records, 1880-[Ongoing]. 17.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Jun 2020

H88-0230. Hope College Libraries. Records, 1880-[Ongoing]. 17.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

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Records from Graves, Van Zoeren, and Van Wylen Libraries. Collection contains annual reports; biographical files on past directors like Magdalene De Pree, Margaret Gibbs, Robert S. Grant, David P. Jensen, and Kelly Jacobsma; materials relating to everyday operation of the library, including Van Zoeren Library plans, circulation, archives, grant applications, GRAULs, library studies, statistical reports and policies, collection development program proposal, long range plans, “Library Liaison” publication, and staff meeting minutes; “Hope College Libraries Long Range Plans,” (1978) by Harry Boonstra; two typewritten studies “OMS (Office of Management Studies of ...


H88-0380. Kinesiology Department. Records, 1955-[Ongoing]. 21.00 Linear Ft., Hope College Jun 2020

H88-0380. Kinesiology Department. Records, 1955-[Ongoing]. 21.00 Linear Ft., Hope College

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Also known as Physical Education Department. Collection contains departmental minutes (1968-ongoing); departmental review, 1984; self-study, 2006; clippings and background information; slide shows and many 16mm films of sporting events (football, 1955-present, basketball).