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H09-1695. Dorian Sorority (Kappa Beta Phi). Records, 1922-2008. 9.00 Linear Ft., Hope College Dec 2012

H09-1695. Dorian Sorority (Kappa Beta Phi). Records, 1922-2008. 9.00 Linear Ft., Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

The Dorian Society was organized at Hope College in 1921. The name Dorian represents that which is highest, finest, and simplest. The Doric column, notable for its strength, simplicity, and beauty, became the symbol of the society. Lavender and gold were chosen as the society’s official colors and the yellow rose became the symbol of Dorian friendship. Dorian was the first sorority at Hope College to break away from the classic sorority uniform style and the first to request a sorority house on campus. Hope College agreed to give the sorority a house in the fall of 1970. Dorian ...


W06-1308.6. Hoekstra, John H. “Jack” (1926-2007). Papers, 1959-2007. 0.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Dec 2012

W06-1308.6. Hoekstra, John H. “Jack” (1926-2007). Papers, 1959-2007. 0.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

John H. “Jack” Hoekstra graduated from Hope College in 1950. From there he went on to serve as chairman of the Extension/Expansion Committee of the Classis of Kalamazoo. The collection includes background materials and correspondence concerning his work with the Kalamazoo Classis, Vision in Mission slides, and newspaper clippings and programs documenting his memorial service.


H88-0073. Hinkamp, Paul E. (1885-1971). Papers, 1907-1971. 2.75 Linear Ft., Hope College Dec 2012

H88-0073. Hinkamp, Paul E. (1885-1971). Papers, 1907-1971. 2.75 Linear Ft., Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Hope College class of 1907; professor at Hope College 1918-1945; registrar, 1945-1956. The collection includes Hinkamp Reunion memories (1987) by Alice and Jim Hinkamp, registrar files, letters of appreciation, manuscripts and publications, newspaper clippings, photographs, printed programs of events at Hope College, 1928-1952, and facts and statistics about Hope College, 1851-1951.


H88-0072. Hinga, Milton L. “Bud” (1900-1960). Papers, 1954-1995. 0.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Dec 2012

H88-0072. Hinga, Milton L. “Bud” (1900-1960). Papers, 1954-1995. 0.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Graduate of Kalamazoo College (A.B., 1923) and Columbia University (M.A., 1930). Professor of History and Dean of Students at Hope College from 1931-1960. Posthumously inducted into the Kalamazoo College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1995. Collection includes biographical information, correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and his personnel file (RESTRICTED).


H88-0070. Hillegonds, William C. (1922-2007). Papers, 1946-2007. 0.25 Linear Ft., Hope College Dec 2012

H88-0070. Hillegonds, William C. (1922-2007). Papers, 1946-2007. 0.25 Linear Ft., Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Hope College class of 1949; Hope College chaplain (1965-1978). Collection includes articles, correspondence, press releases, and newspaper clippings. Also included are his sermons and photographs, and an audiotape cassette of a sermon he delivered at First Reformed Church of Chatham, New York.


W88-0048.2. Heideman, Eugene P. (1929- ). Papers, 1950-[Ongoing]. 3.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Dec 2012

W88-0048.2. Heideman, Eugene P. (1929- ). Papers, 1950-[Ongoing]. 3.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Central College class of 1951; Western Theological Seminary class of 1954; National University of Utrecht (Netherlands) class of 1959. Pastor of First Reformed Church in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (1957-1960); missionary to India (1960-1970); Central College chaplain (1970-1976); Western Theological Seminary professor (1976-1982); Secretary of the General Program Council of the Reformed Church in America (RCA) (1982-1994). Collection includes the book, Our Song of Hope, draft copies, articles, background material; correspondence, Heritage & Hope Series, Heideman’s missionary work in India, lecture notes, articles and speeches.


H92-1143. H-Club. Records, 1922-[Ongoing]. 0.50 Linear Ft., Hope College Dec 2012

H92-1143. H-Club. Records, 1922-[Ongoing]. 0.50 Linear Ft., Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

The H-Club was organized in 1922 and has also been known as the Monogram Club. It was designed to support extra-curricular programs at Hope College, particularly to show an active interest in the promotion of the athletic program. The organization was not formed with the intent to overemphasize the athletic program. However, founders of the H-Club believed that a successful athletic program adds significantly to the general student morale, helps hold the interest of alumni, and enriches the overall quality of a college education. In 1949, members of the H-Club alumni formed their own H-Club, while the student group continued ...


H88-0068. Hawkinson, Ella A. (1896-1954). Papers, 1948-1956. 0.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Dec 2012

H88-0068. Hawkinson, Ella A. (1896-1954). Papers, 1948-1956. 0.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Ella Amelia Hawkinson was a professor of history and head of the history and political science departments at Hope College from 1948-1952. Her teaching and scholarly work centered on school museums and community cooperation, how to use local history, and the Clay County Museum in Clay County, Minnesota. The Hawkinson Memorial Lecture series was founded in her memory at Hope College in 1954. The collection includes biographical information, doctoral degree dissertation, photographs, questionnaires, materials on the United Nations, clippings and programs from the Hawkinson Memorial Lecture series, and her personnel file (RESTRICTED).


H88-0065. Handlogten, Clarence J. (1930- ). Papers, 1966-1974. 0.25 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Nov 2012

H88-0065. Handlogten, Clarence J. (1930- ). Papers, 1966-1974. 0.25 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Hope College business manager, 1966-1972; treasurer, 1968-1972. During the transition between presidents Vander Werf and Van Wylen, Handlogten served as chair of the Executive Council, 1970-1971, and executive vice president, 1971-1972. Collection includes personnel file (RESTRICTED), biographical information, correspondence, reports, college financial materials, photographs, and personnel policy documents. Subjects include student recruitment, student housing, and space usage.


W97-1221. Huizinga Family. Papers, 1894-1984. 3.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Nov 2012

W97-1221. Huizinga Family. Papers, 1894-1984. 3.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Henry Huizinga (also seen as Huizenga) was born in New Groningen, Michigan, on January 8, 1873. He was a graduate of Hope College in 1893, Western Theological Seminary in 1896, and from the University of Michigan’s Literature, Science and the Arts Department in 1907. Huizinga married Susan Antvelink (born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on July 26, 1875), on July 1, 1896, at Seventh Reformed Church on Leonard Street in Grand Rapids by Rev. J. W. Muilenburg. After receiving his degree from Western Theological Seminary, Huizinga became a Reformed Church in America missionary to Vellore, India, and Baptist-sponsored missionary to ...


H02-1456. Latin Americans United For Progress (Laup). Records, 1974-[Ongoing]. 19.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Nov 2012

H02-1456. Latin Americans United For Progress (Laup). Records, 1974-[Ongoing]. 19.50 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Latin Americans United for Progress, Inc., was created in 1974 from three organizations, Bilingual-Biculture Awareness Committee, Latin American Society and LaRaza Unida. The purpose was to use all the resources of the three organizations and to continue working in the following areas: education, political and community involvement, cultural activities, hiring of minorities in government agencies and the private sector, housing, senior citizens programs, and youth programs. The collection consists of the records of the organization from its founding in 1974 to 2003. Major sections of the collection are minutes of board meetings, minutes of membership meetings, minutes of standing committees ...


W90-1027.1. Michigan, Hamilton. Hamilton Reformed Church. Records, 1887-1981. 6.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Nov 2012

W90-1027.1. Michigan, Hamilton. Hamilton Reformed Church. Records, 1887-1981. 6.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

The collection includes consistory and congregation meeting minutes, membership records, mission records, and a dedication service program of Hamilton Reformed Church. Also includes minutes of the American Reformed Church and documents concerning the merging of the two churches in 1944.


W95-1196. Holleman, Clarence H. (1890-1973). Papers, 1929-1971. 0.25 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Nov 2012

W95-1196. Holleman, Clarence H. (1890-1973). Papers, 1929-1971. 0.25 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Clarence H. Holleman was a medical missionary in Amoy, China (1919-1941, 1946-1949). His papers reflect the experiences of an American family in China during the Communist takeover in the late 1920s and in Taiwan at the Mackay Memorial Hospital in Taipei (1957-1960).


W07-1321. Michigan, Hamilton. Bentheim Reformed Church. Records, 1873-1994. 3.75 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Nov 2012

W07-1321. Michigan, Hamilton. Bentheim Reformed Church. Records, 1873-1994. 3.75 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Settlers arrived in America from the Netherlandsas an organized church in 1848. East Overisel Reformed Church (former name) was formed in 1872. A small church was built in 1883, and they worshipped in the new building in 1887. A parsonage was built in 1896. A new church was built and dedicated in 1915. The first English service was conducted in the evening in 1920. The church’s name was changed from East Overisel to Bentheim Reformed Church in 1943. A new church was built and dedicated in 1971. Ministers that served are as follows: William Wolvius, May 1896-November 1898; Jacob ...


H03-1499.5. Hahn, Laurel. Papers, 1963, 2001. 1 Folder., Hope College Nov 2012

H03-1499.5. Hahn, Laurel. Papers, 1963, 2001. 1 Folder., Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

This collection consists of a 1963 episode of the popular television show Bonanza, titled “A Stranger Passed This Way.” In this episode, the city of Holland, Michigan, and Hope College are mentioned. The summary of the episode is as follows: “Hoss is robbed and struck on the head. When he regains consciousness, he can’t remember anything, including his own identity. He is picked up and taken in by a Dutch couple named Vandervoort. Ironically, they have lost a son and the woman, Christina, decides that Hoss is just what they need. She gives him a name and a home ...


W92-1048. Hager, Harry J. (1899-1983). Papers, 1917-1977. 32.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Nov 2012

W92-1048. Hager, Harry J. (1899-1983). Papers, 1917-1977. 32.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Minister of the Reformed Church in America from 1924-1983. The collection includes sermon outlines, reel-to-reel tapes of the America for God radio broadcast, original glass lantern slides and digital copies, and correspondence. Correspondents include Edward Dimnent, Jeannette Vander Werp, and Ame Vennema.


H88-0062. Granberg, Lars I. (1919-2011). Papers, 1947-2011. 12.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Oct 2012

H88-0062. Granberg, Lars I. (1919-2011). Papers, 1947-2011. 12.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Professor of psychology, 1947‑1965, 1978‑1984; acting vice‑president, 1965‑1966; president of Northwestern College, Orange City, Iowa, 1967‑1975; Dean of Social Sciences, 1975‑1978. Collection contains personnel file (RESTRICTED), correspondence, articles, course materials, lectures, presentations, reports, news releases, syllabi, photographs, and reference material. Topics include psychology and religion, counseling, the department of psychology, and Summer Pastors’ Institutes. Hope College Senior Seminars and seasonal workshops for Senior Seminar instructors funded by the Lilly Foundation are heavily represented, as is the Reformed Church of America perspective on homosexuality.


W95-1190. Hageman, Howard G. (1921-1992). Papers, 1946-1992. 0.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Oct 2012

W95-1190. Hageman, Howard G. (1921-1992). Papers, 1946-1992. 0.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Native of Albany, New York, and graduate of Harvard University (A.B., 1942), New Brunswick Theological Seminary (B.D., 1945), attended Princeton Theological Seminary (1947-1948) and received his D.D. from Central College in 1957. He was licensed and ordained a minister by the Reformed Church in America in 1945. Hageman served as pastor of North Reformed Church in Newark, New Jersey, from 1945-1973. In 1973, Hageman took over as president of New Brunswick Theological Seminary; he held that position until 1985. An avid scholar, Hageman also studied and taught in the Netherlands. In 1982, he was decorated by Queen ...


W91-1040. Haan, Gysbert (Gijsbert) (1801-1874). Papers, 1857-1998. 0.25 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Oct 2012

W91-1040. Haan, Gysbert (Gijsbert) (1801-1874). Papers, 1857-1998. 0.25 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Consistory member and opponent of A. C. Van Raalte, Gysbert Haan of Grand Rapids, Michigan, took part in the 1857 secession which eventually formed the Christian Reformed Church. Born in 1801 in Hilversum, the Netherlands, Haan emigrated with his wife, Maraetje, to the Holland area with the original wave of settlers in 1847. They had eight children before emigrating: Tymetje (1820), Magdalena (1821), Gysbert (1824), Peterus (1830), Nicholas (1832), Maeretje (1834), Wyntje (1836), Tyme (1839), Jacob (1841), Aagje (1846). Haan died in 1874. The collection consists of biographical information, materials relating to Gysbert Haan and includes a letter to Paulus ...


W88 0048. Groen Van Prinsterer, Guillame (1801 1876). Papers, 1821 1876. 1.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Oct 2012

W88 0048. Groen Van Prinsterer, Guillame (1801 1876). Papers, 1821 1876. 1.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Dutch statesman, historian, and journalist. He was one of the leaders of the Reveil and an advocate of denominational education. Papers include four volumes of hand‑copied letters to Elout, 1835‑1876; two volumes of correspondence with Abraham Kuyper, 1864‑1876; and writings and correspondence with friends, 1821‑1876, including A. Baron Schimmelpenninck, R. Fruin. and Jacob Kapp van Coppello.


H88-0063. Green, Lawrence James (1923-1982). Papers, 1952-2017. 0.25 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Oct 2012

H88-0063. Green, Lawrence James (1923-1982). Papers, 1952-2017. 0.25 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Lawrence J. Green was born in Fulton, Illinois, in 1923. He graduated from Central College in Pella, Iowa, and then served in the Navy during World War II. After the war, he continued his studies at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, earning his master’s degree in 1950, then continued on to earn his doctorate from the University of Iowa in 1955. He served as a faculty member and chairman of the physical education department at Hope College from 1952 until 1970, and also as a tennis coach for 22 years. The collection contains his personnel records (RESTRICTED), dissertation ...


W99-1243. Michigan, Holland. Grace Community Church (Formerly Grace Reformed Church). Records, 1962-[Ongoing]. 11.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Western Theological Seminary Oct 2012

W99-1243. Michigan, Holland. Grace Community Church (Formerly Grace Reformed Church). Records, 1962-[Ongoing]. 11.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Grace Reformed Church, Holland, Michigan, was organized in 1962. The name was changed to Grace Community Church in 2004. Materials include records of the consistory (RESTRICTED 30 years from date of creation), guild, youth groups, Cadets and Calvinettes, children’s worship, history and photos.


W88-0046. Goulooze, William (1903-1955). Records, 1936-1955. 0.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Oct 2012

W88-0046. Goulooze, William (1903-1955). Records, 1936-1955. 0.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Graduate of Central College (1925, A.M.), Western Theological Seminary (1928, Th.B.), Central College (1942, D.D.) and Free University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (1950, Th.D.); licensed and ordained in 1928 by the Classis of Pella, Iowa; served as a pastor for First Reformed Church in Prairie City, Iowa (1928-1931), and Eighth Reformed Church of Grand Rapids, Michigan (1931-1939); professor of church history at Western Theological Seminary (1939-1955); writer of many articles in such publications as the Intelligencer Leader, radio programs like Temple Time and books, including A Young People’s Study of the Heidelberg Catechism… (1936), The Traveler ...


H03-1489. Gill, Helena Roelofs (1890-1975). Papers, 1881-1963. 1.50 Linear Ft., Hope College Oct 2012

H03-1489. Gill, Helena Roelofs (1890-1975). Papers, 1881-1963. 1.50 Linear Ft., Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Helena H. M. Roelofs Gill was a graduate of the Hope College class of 1914. She served as an assistant professor of French at Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin. The collection consists mainly of books associated with the Netherlands and the Dutch language, and includes translation work, a grammar book, an atlas, a book dealing with Dutch sympathies in the Boer War, a history of windmills, and music books. Also includes an early photograph of the Knickerbocker Fraternity at Hope College.


H88-0374. Geological And Environmental Sciences Department. Records, 1964-[Ongoing]. 4.50 Linear Ft., Hope College Oct 2012

H88-0374. Geological And Environmental Sciences Department. Records, 1964-[Ongoing]. 4.50 Linear Ft., Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

The Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences is a division of Hope College Natural Sciences Division. This collection consists of materials of the Geology Department of Hope College. Includes proposals for grants and accepted grants by professors; syllabi, articles, and handouts intended for specific Geology courses, correspondence, and a departmental review. Noted correspondents include Irwin J. Brink, President Jimmy Carter, John Jacobson, David Marker, Morrette Rider, Guy Vander Jagt, and Calvin Vander Werf.


W88-0255. General Program Council. Records, 1966-1993. 3.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Oct 2012

W88-0255. General Program Council. Records, 1966-1993. 3.00 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

The General Program Council (after 1993 called the General Synod Council) administered the affairs of the RCA between sessions of the General Synod, and especially studied and evaluated policies, communications and strategies, and reviewed commissions. The collection contains newsletters, articles, agendas, reports, and program schedules. Topics include church planning, development of world missions, Christian discipleship, and world hunger. The collection consists of agendas and minutes of the General Synod Executive Committee, the General Program Council and its Trustees and Coordinating Committee. Also included are the minutes and agendas of the various boards and divisions of the General Program Council, the ...


W96-1204. Ganzevoort, Herman (1942- ). Papers, 1946-1970. 2.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Oct 2012

W96-1204. Ganzevoort, Herman (1942- ). Papers, 1946-1970. 2.50 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Papers, documents, and records dating from 1946-1970. Papers include a large body of Jan Heersink’s correspondence, as well as the correspondence of other officials and members of the Canadian-Netherlands Immigration Council (CNIC). Documents and records of the CNIC and other institutions associated with the Reformed Church are also included.


H92-1156. Fraternal Society (Omicron Kappa Epsilon). Records, 1844-[Ongoing]. 5.25 Linear Feet. Partially Restricted, Hope College Oct 2012

H92-1156. Fraternal Society (Omicron Kappa Epsilon). Records, 1844-[Ongoing]. 5.25 Linear Feet. Partially Restricted, Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Records of the Fraternal Society (Omicron Kappa Epsilon) and Fraternal Society Alumni Association contain literary and business meeting minutes, photographs of the Frater Frolics and other fraternity social functions, and historical essays on the founding of the Fraternal Society at Union College in Schenectady, New York, in 1834.


W04-1291. Michigan, Hudsonville. Forest Grove Reformed Church. Records, 1865-1948. 1.25 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary Oct 2012

W04-1291. Michigan, Hudsonville. Forest Grove Reformed Church. Records, 1865-1948. 1.25 Linear Ft., Western Theological Seminary

Collection Registers and Abstracts

The First Reformed Church of Jamestown was founded in September 1869 with a charter membership of 18 communicants who had been meeting for some years as a Sunday School in the local school building. The first church structure (36x50 ft.) was dedicated on December 17, 1873, and followed by the first parsonage in 1875. On December 14, 1932, the name of the church was officially changed to Forest Grove Reformed Church. June 1, 1943, marked the first time all services were conducted in the English language. A new church building was dedicated in August 1970 that included a 600-seat sanctuary ...


H88-0053.2. Folkert, Jay E. (1916-2011). Papers, 1943-2011. 1.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College Oct 2012

H88-0053.2. Folkert, Jay E. (1916-2011). Papers, 1943-2011. 1.00 Linear Ft. Partially Restricted, Hope College

Collection Registers and Abstracts

Professor of mathematics, 1946-1982; coordinator of National Science Foundation Mathematics Summer Institute, 1960-1974. The collection includes correspondence of Jay Folkert and from friends and relatives to J. H. Koopman of Overisel, Michigan, death notice of Henry Kollen, school certificates of Geziena Kollen Koopman, Overisel Centennial Calendar, reports, photographs, articles, biographical information, his World War II memories in written form, oral history audio file and transcript (2007) (digitized), an article titled “Some Recollections about the Hope College Preparatory School” (1997), memos, chapel talks, and a bibliography. Subjects include the Hope College mathematics department and mathematical education.