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   Container / Location    Title
 
Correspondence [series]:
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Martin to his father explaining why he is entering the ministry (photocopy)
  1  
Julia Stevenson Hardin to her parents
  1  
Martin to his mother-in-law, Mrs. Adlai E. Stevenson
  1  
Julia Hardin and Martin to her parents
  1  
Julia Hardin to Martin
  1  
John B. Ross, chairman of the Advisory Committee on Pastorate of the Second Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, N.C., informing Martin of his call to their pastorate
  1  
John W. Stagg, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Alabama, urging Martin to accept the call to Charlotte
  1  
Martin to Julia
  1  
Martin to Julia
  1  
Martin to Julia
  1  
Martin to Julia
  1  
Martin to daughter Laetitia at Vassar
  1  
Martin to Julia
  1  
Martin to Julia
  1  
Martin to William Jennings Bryan opposing Bryan's articles in evolution
  1  
Arthur S. Hoyt re: Bryan
  1  
William Thomas Ellis re: Martin's address, "Mr. Bryan and Evolution"
  1  
LPS (Louis P. Smith) to Julius Steele, Kenwood Church, Chicago, recommending Martin as Churchman, Rotarian, and American (photostat of a carbon)
  1  
Martin to daughter "Blessed Girlie"
  1  
Martin to daughter Julia at Emma Willard School
  1  
Martin to daughter Julia
  1  
Martin to daughter Julia
  1  
Hoy Watson Smith, Second Presbyterian Church, Little Rock, Ark. re: a letter written in 1903 by Dr. Walter W. Moore to Dr. Alexander McKelway
  1  
Martin to wife Julia
  1  
Joseph Quincy Adams, The Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C.
  1  
Anna P. Edwards to Julia
  1  
John Timothy Stone to Julia
  1  
Duncan Campbell Lee to Julia
  1  
Parker Calhoun Hardin to his mother, Julia
  1  
Martin to Adlai E. Stevenson about his (Martin's) visit to Charlotte and of speakers for the Sunday Evening Club
  1  
Frank Graham, United Nations, to Judy Hardin Baumgarten re: biographical material of her father (photocopy)
 
Miscellaneous [series]:
  1  
Small notebook of sketches, (pencil, pen-and-ink, and watercolor) by Martin, age 7 1/2
  1  
Carbon typescript, two pages 18 and 26; speech or sermon re: World War I in Europe - possibly lecture for Red Cross
  1  
Notes for broadcast address from Glasgow on Sunday, May 22, 1927, by Martin; subject, The Modern Man's Neighbor (typescript)
  1  
Passport; includes photograph of Martin and Julia
  1  
Prayer on Memorial Day, in memory of Martin (carbon typescript)
  1  
Newsclipping from Ithaca Journal; illustration and short article about portrait of Roger B. Williams, painted by Martin
  1  
Carbon typescript of "Mr. Bryan, Martin Hardin and the Moderatorship of the Presbyterian General Assembly," signed by Hugh Moran, Palo Alto, Cal.
  1  
Scrapbook of photographs of paintings mostly made from photographs by Martin; includes Woodrow Wilson, Vice President Adlai Ewing Stevenson, Mrs. Richard Edwards, Roger B. Williams, Hugh A. Moran, Mynderse Van Cleef
  1  
Mss. volume: "A Kentucky Hardin in the Ministry" by Richard Henry Edwards; this is a carbon typescript of unpublished manuscript written "to perpetuate the memory..." of Martin
 
Manuscript sermons [series]:
  2  
1908-1912
  3  
1913-1914
  4  
1915-1920
  5  
1920-1922
  6  
1922-1923
  7  
1924-1925
  8  
1926-1927
  9  
1928-1929
  10  
1930-1931
  11  
1932-1935 , and printed material: sermonds, church publications, 1908-1927, 1940
  12-24  
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