F. C. Fleischer Papers, 1820-1846
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Brief Description: Eleven handwritten booklets in Dutch, dated 1820-1846, some undated. Possibly sermons. Some on the topic of baptism. One booklet dated 17 April 1836 belonged to Jan Dirkmaat who was baptized on that date at Broek op Langendijk (where Fleischer was later pastor) by J. Eenigenburg.
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Record Series Number: 00/MS.198
Created by: Fleischer, F. C. (1863-1929), Dirkmaat, Jan
Volume: 0.15 Cubic Feet
Acquired: 10/01/1952.
Arrangement: Unprocessed
Biographical Note for Fleischer, F. C. (1863-1929) : Born 1863, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Teacher and pastor. Founder of the Green Cross, association for public health work. Organized Dutch Mennonite aid for Russian Mennonites in the 1920s. Visited the United States in 1908. Died 1929 at Beekbergen.
Access Restrictions: open for research use
Subject Index
Eenigenburg, Jan
Genres/Forms of Material
Languages of Materials
Dutch;Flemish [dut]
Acquisition Notes: Fleischer, Willem Isaak  Came from F. C. Fleischer's son Willem Isaak Fleischer, who also donated quite a few books to Cornelius Krahn about the same time.