Benjamin Beyler Stoltzfus Family Papers, 1896-1946
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Brief Description: A small set of family papers consisting primarily of correspondence from Benjamin Byler Stoltzfus (a farmer in West Liberty, Ohio and preacher at the Lima Rescue Mission of the (old) Mennonite Church) and his children B. Frank Stoltzfus (documenting his studies at Goshen College and his Mennonite Central Committee service in Constantinople, Turkey in 1917), Will A. Stoltzfus (including letters from New York Biblical Seminary and Beiruit, Lebanon, where he engaged in education and mission work in 1920-1921), Lena Stoltzfus, and Eli Stoltzfus.  Also includes poetry written by his daughter Rosie Stoltzfus Byler.
Held at:
Mennonite Church USA Archives
3145 Benham Ave, Ste. 1
Elkhart, IN 46517
Phone: 574-523-3080
Email: History [at] MennoniteUSA.org
Record Series Number: HM1/897
Created by: Stoltzfus, Benjamin Byler (1861-1931)
Volume: 0.2 Linear Feet
Acquired: 10/01/1992.
Arrangement: Flat
Access Restrictions: These materials are open for public access.
Subject Index
International relief - Turkey
Mennonites - Ohio
Missionaries - Ohio
Stoltzfus, Benjamin Byler, 1861-1931
Genres/Forms of Material
Correspondence
Languages of Materials
English [eng]
Rights/Use Restrictions: Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. Copyright not owned by the Mennonite Church USA Archives.
Acquisition Notes: Ruth E. Yoder, Acc. 6483
PreferredCitation: Benjamin Byler Stoltzfus Family Papers, 1896-1946.  HM1-897.  Mennonite Church USA Archives - Goshen.  Goshen, Indiana.