"An Interview with L.W. Shultz" dated 2 May 1963 (M.R. Zigler, interviewer; Edith Barnes, Rodney Davis, and Leland Wilson also present). Pages 1-17 . Photocopy of notes from first sermon [dated 9-4-1910] included. Covers Camp Alexander Mack, dress reform, BYPD, chautauqua, love feast, Brethren Service Commission, CPS, mural history, Paul family genealogy, ministry and mission service, Forward Movement, church size.
Interview of L.W. Shultz [undated] (Stoffer, interviewer). Pages 2-14 [page 1 is missing]. Covers relief work, dress reform, conscientious objection, Gospel Messenger, Gospel Visitor, Moravians, Mennonites, Church of the Brethren early history, annual conference process, equality for women, prayer in public schools, baptism, simple living, social action.
Wenger Clan Notes, volume II number 27. Includes "Who Was Who-Otho Winger," "A Sunday Morning in Switzerland," "An Interview with L.W. Shultz," "Memorial Day Address," "The Unique Contribution of the Brethren," and "Historical Commission Tour of Eastern U.S. March 5-14, 1946." All by L.W. Shultz.
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Bio History Note
L.W. Shultz worked at Manchester College in various positions (Librarian, Mathematics, Religious Education, Principal of Preparatory Department, Academy, Modern Languages) during the years 1924-1943.
Date of Accession: Unknown.
Description prepared 21 April 2003 by Sara L. Smith. Last updated 21 January 2004.