Baillie, John, 1886-1960 (Scottish theologian and ecumenical leader)
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: BAI 1
Scope and Contents school and university notes; awards and achievements; lectures, addresses and broadcasts; sermons and prayers; manuscripts of published works; papers relating to the World Council of Churches, British Council of Churches, General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and other organisations; personal and professional correspondence
Identifier: BAI 7
Scope and Contents The papers relating to Donald Macpherson Baillie consist of:
- articles, cuttings and ephemera
- career/employment resumés and references
- memorials and letters of condolence
Identifier: BAI 2/4/10
Scope and Contents Photographs and picture postcards primarily of New Zealand, Hawaii and Sri Lanka, including many of friends and people John and Jewel Baillie met while travelling.
Identifier: BAI 1/6/26
Scope and Contents Broadcast by John Baillie, talking of his time in the United States and Canada and of Scottish influences there.
Identifier: BAI 2/4/11
Scope and Contents Diary kept by Jewel Baillie of the trip she and John Baillie took in 1948, referring to locations in Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, United States and Canada.
Identifier: BAI 1/17/29
Scope and Contents Correspondence, addresses, invitations, itineraries, leaflets, brochures, travel documentation, press cuttings and other items relating to the trip taken by John Baillie and his wife to Australia, New Zealand and the United States in 1948. Includes material relating to the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand and letters from John McIntyre, St Andrews College, Sydney.
Identifier: BAI 1/17/47
Scope and Contents Itineraries, programmes and correspondence relating to John Baillie's tour of the United States as Danforth visiting lecturer, as part of the Arts Programme of the Association of American Colleges.
Identifier: BAI 3/7
Scope and Contents Lists of John and Florence Jewel Baillies wedding presents, some compiled in relation to having them sent to the United States.