Hans E. Regier Papers, 1920-1990
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Brief Description:

Box 1: subject files, clippings, brought in by Hans Regier April 1984

Box 2: writings by Luella, school notes, info on son Elliott, subject files

Box 3: subject files

Box 4: subject files, material on Elliott

Box 5: subject files, awards and diplomas, writings by Hans Regier, photos

Box 6: subject files, school notes, writings

Box 7: books, pamphlets, genealogy files

Box 8: correspondence, school papers, autobiographical material, Smith family papers

Box 9: genealogy files, subject files

Box 10: genealogy files

Box 11: biographical material, genealogy files, correspondence, subject files

Box 12: subject files, scrap book

Box 13: books. donated 5 April 1990 by Richard Piper

Box 14 (folder): house plans

Box 15 (folder): Regier genealogy chart

Box 16 (folder): Sister Lena Mae Smith diplomas and certificates

box 17: Elliott Regier diaries

Held at:
Bethel College Mennonite Library and Archives
Bethel College-Mennonite Library and Archives
300 East 27th St
North Newton, KS 67117 531
Phone: 316-284-5304
Fax: 316-284-5843
Email: mla [at] bethelks.edu
Record Series Number: 00/MS.220
Created by: Regier, Hans E. (1904-1990), Regier, John Elliott (1947-2002), Regier, Luella Smith (1906-1987), Smith, Lena Mae (1894-1976)
Volume: 6.3 Cubic Feet
Acquired: 04/01/1984. box 17 brought in by Sara Regier, 6 Oct 2010
Arrangement: unprocessed
Biographical Note for Regier, Hans E. (1904-1990) :

Born 28 November 1904 near Whitewater, Kansas. Parents John Regier and Emilie Wiebe.

Married Krelia E. McChesney in 1934. She died in 1936. One daughter: Marian Imogene, born 1936.

Married Luella Smith on 5 October 1945 in North Newton, Kansas. They had a son Elliott with Down syndrome.

Farmer and social worker.

He died 11 November 1990, Newton, Kansas.

Access Restrictions: open to research use
Subject Index
People with mental disabilities
Regier family
Schmidt family
Languages of Materials
English [eng]
German [ger]
Acquisition Notes: Regier, Hans  Most of the boxes don't have a date. The first one does. Box 13 came from son-in-law or grandson in 1990.