Chandler Worth Stephenson papers
This collection contains a complete record kept by Reverend Chandler Worth Stephenson of his daily activities and expenses for over a 50 year period, while he lived in Kansas, Michigan, and Ohio. The collection includes his diaries as well as loose papers removed from his diaries.
- 1869 - 1921
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Biography of Chandler Worth Stephenson
Reverend Chandler Worth Stephenson migrated from the Dakotas in 1870 to Chetopa, Labette County, Kansas. He later attended the University of Kansas in Lawrence. In the mid-1880s he moved to Saginaw, Michigan to be minister of the Methodist Protestant Church. Later in the 1890s he took pastorates in Adrian and Tiffin, Ohio. After only a few years he moved back to Michigan to churches in the vicinity of Sagniaw. Stephenson was an ardent prohibitionist and contributed to religious publications on the subject.
49 Volumes (49 volumes + 1 box containing 451 items) ; Sizes of volumes vary; none are taller than 20 cm.
RH MS B55
RH MS 96
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, E.A. Stephenson, October 1963.
- Guide to the Chandler Worth Stephenson Collection
- Chandler Worth Stephenson papers
- Finding aid prepared by pg, July 1976. Finding aid encoded by mg, 2004. Finding aid revised by mwh, 2020.
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Finding aid written in English.
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- Preferred citation
Chandler Worth Stephenson papers, Kansas Collection, RH MS B55, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas