Vertical File folders in the Menno Simons Historical Library

The Vertical File Collection in the Menno Simons Historical Library is a collection of resource materials which includes clippings from newspapers and periodicals, brochures and pamphlets, as well as other ephemera related to Anabaptist and Mennonite individuals and groups and Shenandoah Valley history. The files have been indexed and arranged for ready reference.

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A

  • Abingdon, Virginia; Washington County
  • Abortion
  • Adult Care Center of Harrisonburg & Rockingham County
  • Africa
  • African-Americans; see also under Rockingham County, Roberta Webb, and Harrisonburg: Northeast and Mennonites: Race Relations
  • Agriculture; see under Mennonites: Virginia: Manure Farming Accident, 2007 and Wetsel Seed Company
  • Aids (HIV)
  • Allegheny Regional Family History Society
  • Alliance for Intercultural Action; Harrisonburg & Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Allpreusziche Geschlechterkunde
  • Alms House Records, Rockingham County, Virginia; see under Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Along the Galician Grapevine; see under Linscheid, Glen
  • Amana Colonies
  • American Baptist Historical Society
  • American Friends Service Committee
  • Amish: Aaron’s Way (TV Show)
  • Amish: Amish in the Arts
  • Amish: Amish in the City (TV Series)
  • Amish: Amman, Jakob
  • Amish: Articles
  • Amish: Aylmer, Ontario
  • Amish: Baptism
  • Amish: Barns (includes barn-burnings, etc.)
  • Amish: Bibliography
  • Amish: Conestoga Amish Church, Morgantown, Pennsylvania
  • Amish: Delaware
  • Amish: Diseases
  • Amish: Diseases: Glutaric Aciduria
  • Amish: Education; see under Amish School Problem
  • Amish: Education: Amish/Mennonite Schools by Donovan D. Steiner and Judy H. Mullett
  • Amish: Electric Amish (Band)
  • Amish: For Richer or Poorer, motion picture
  • Amish: Funerals
  • Amish: History
  • Amish: Indiana
  • Amish: Iowa
  • Amish: Kole, Shepard; correspondence
  • Amish: Jonathan, by Dan Neidermeyer
  • Amish: Languages
  • Amish: Kauffman, John D., the “Sleeping Preacher”
  • Amish: Maryland
  • Amish: Mental Health: Green Pastures Rest Home; Mt. Gretna/Lebanon, Pennsylvania
  • Amish: Miller, Benedict, 1828-1906
  • Amish: Miscellaneous
  • Amish: Mission Infant Committee
  • Amish: Nafziger, Johannes; letter, 1790
  • Amish: Names
  • Amish: National Committee for Amish Religious Freedom
  • Amish: New Order Amish
  • Amish: Nonresistance
  • Amish: North Carolina
  • Amish: Northeast
  • Amish: Ohio
  • Amish: Old Order Newspaper; see under Budget
  • Amish: Pennsylvania: Berks County (Grant M. Stoltzfus Materials)
  • Amish: Pennsylvania: Kishacoquillas Valley
  • Amish: Pennsylvania: Lancaster County
  • Amish: Pictures, Illustrations, etc.
  • Amish: Publications
  • Amish: Rock Music; see under Amish: Electric Amish
  • Amish: School Case; Correspondence, etc.
  • Amish: School Shootings, Nickel Mines Pennsylvania, October 2, 2006
  • Amish: School Problem: American Civil Liberties Union
  • Amish: School Problem: Beiler, Aaron E.
  • Amish: School Problem: Briefs & Petitions
  • Amish: School Problem: Clippings
  • Amish: School Problem: Correspondence
  • Amish: School Problem: Court Proceedings
  • Amish: School Problem: Editorials & Articles
  • Amish: School Problem: National Committee for Amish Religious Freedom; correspondence
  • Amish: School Problem: National Committee for Amish Religious Freedom; releases
  • Amish: School Problem: Papers
  • Amish: School Problem: Pennsylvania
  • Amish: School Problem: Iowa
  • Amish: School Problem: Ohio
  • Amish: School Problem: Wisconsin
  • Amish: School Problem: Supreme Court
  • Amish: School Problem: Supreme Court: Ball, William; clippings
  • Amish: School Problem: Wayne Fisher Papers
  • Amish: School Problem: Newspaper Articles on Supreme Court Decision, 1972
  • Amish: School Problem: Symposium, Eastern Mennonite College
  • Amish: Shunning
  • Amish: Sleeping Preachers
  • Amish: Social Security
  • Amish: Southern States
  • Amish: Stoltzfus, Nicholas, House; Berks County, Pennsylvania
  • Amish: Stutzman, Daniel E.
  • Amish: Swartzentruber
  • Amish: Technology
  • Amish: Tennessee
  • Amish: Tricentennial, 1993
  • Amish: Who are the Amish? 1969
  • Amish: Witness (motion picture)
  • Amish: Yodeling; see under (The) Amish Cook
  • Amish: Zook, Abie, articles, 1972
  • Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center; Berlin, Ohio
  • Amish Acres Historic Farm & Heritage Resort, Nappanee, Indiana
  • (The) Amish Cook (Coblentz, Eicher)
  • Amish Heritage Tours; see under Mast, J. Lemar and Mast, Lois Ann
  • Amish in Art
  • Amish Mennonites
  • The Amish Mennonites: A Sketch of Their Origin and of Their Settlement in Iowa . . . , by Barthinius Larson Wick; see under Mennonites: Iowa.
  • Ammann, Jakob; see under Amish: Ammann, Jakob
  • Anabaptist & Reformed Reconciliation (Zurich, Switzerland, 2005)
  • Anabaptist & Reformed Reconciliation (Zurich, Switzerland, 2005); Reuben Miller File
  • Anabaptist Center for Religion and Society (ACRS)
  • Anabaptist Colloquium
  • Anabaptist Martyr in an Ecumenical Context (July 15-16, 2003: Collegeville, MN)
  • Anabaptist Piety; see under Bridgewater College Forum for Religious Studies: Anabaptism: A Heritage and its 21st Century Prospects, September 29-October 2, 1993
  • Anabaptists
  • Anabaptists: England
  • Anabaptists: Japan
  • Anabaptists: Research
  • Andrew Center/New Life Ministries; Ft. Wayne, Indiana
  • Antioch Regular Baptist Church, Shenandoah County, Virginia; see under Church Records
  • Appalachia
  • Apostolic Christian Church
  • Arbeitsgemeinschaft für kirkliches Friedenszeugnis
  • Architecture; see also under Mennonites: Architecture and Pennsylvania German Architecture
  • Archives of the Mennonite Church, Bulletins, Etc.
  • Art and Artists, Local
  • Art and Artists, Mennonite
  • Arts Council of the Valley, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Arx, Caesar von; Brothers in Christ
  • Assembly Park, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Atomic Energy
  • Auctions; see also under Rockingham County, Virginia: Auctions
  • Augsburger, Don; see under Evangelistic Campaign
  • Augsburger, A. Don; The Ordinance of Communion
  • Augsburger, Myron S.; Bibliography
  • Augsburger Family (includes A. Don Augsburger & David W. Augsburger)
  • Augusta County, Virginia; see also Staunton, Virginia
  • Augusta County, Virginia: Businesses
  • Augusta County, Virginia: Churches
  • Augusta County Historical Society
  • Augusta Heritage Arts Workshop
  • Ausbund
  • Avoidance Theology

B

  • Bach, Johann Sebastian; Tuning Methods; see under Lehman, Bradley
  • Bakels, Herman, 1871-1952
  • Ball, William; see under Amish: Supreme Court; clippings
  • Baptism
  • Baptism: Buchlein über die wahrhäftige christliche Taufe
  • Baptists
  • Baptists: Russian
  • Baptists: Seventh Day
  • Baptists: Virginia; see also under Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches
  • Barkeesh Enterprises (Harold & Barbara Shenk)
  • Barnhart, Peter; see also Bernhart, Peter
  • Bartel, Marvin
  • Bear, Robert L.
  • Bear Lithia Springs and Cemetery; Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Beechy, Atlee, 1914-2000
  • Beiler, Abner F., 1917-2002
  • Belle Grove; Middletown, Virginia
  • Belmont Estates; Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Bender, Harold Stauffer, 1897-1962
  • Bennett, Jessee, Dr., 1769-1842
  • Berg, Peter Dietrich, 1915-2004
  • Berkey, Edward J., 1874-1954
  • Berks County, Pennsylvania
  • Berks County, Pennsylvania: Grant M. Stoltzfus File
  • Berks County Historical Society
  • Berlin, Ohio; see under Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center and Kaufman, Stanley A.
  • Bernhart, Peter; Birth Certificates; see also under Barnhart, Peter
  • Bible
  • Bible: Dutch
  • Bible Study
  • Bibles
  • Bibliography
  • Bicentennial, United States, 1776
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Harrisonburg-Rockingham County
  • Bikemovment Americas, 2009; Mennonite World Conference, Asunción Paraguay
  • Bikemovement Americas, 2009; Mennonite World Conference, Asunción, Paraguay
  • Birman, Fred; Peculiar Saints from Switzerland . . .
  • Bishop, James Vernon
  • Blacks Run Greenway Partnership, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Bloch, Ernst, 1885-1977
  • Blosser, Abraham
  • Blosser, Mary F.; Poems
  • Blosser, Samuel Henry & Family
  • Blue Ridge Area Food Bank Network, Verona, Virginia
  • Blue Ridge Community College, Weyers Cave, Virginia
  • Blue Ridge Ministries, Inc., Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina & Virginia
  • Bluffton University
  • Book Reviews: Mennonite Publications by Non-Mennonite and Mennonite Reviewers
  • Booksavers; see under Mennonite Central Committee
  • Booksellers and Bookselling
  • Bourne, George; see under Rockinham County, Virginia: Churches: Presbyterian
  • Bower, Mary Latshaw; Mennonite Church of Boyertown, Pennsylvania
  • Bowman’s Mill
  • Boyer, Ernest Leroy, 1928-1995
  • Boyertown, Pennsylvania; Mennonite Church; see under Bower, Mary Latshaw
  • Brenneman, Helen Good, 1925-1994
  • Brenneman, John M; Account Book, 1838-1845; photocopy
  • Brenneman, John M.; Diary, 1868; photocopy
  • Brenneman-Turner Mill, Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Brethren Heritage Center, Brookville, Ohio
  • Brethren Mennonite Council for Lesbian & Gay Concerns; includes Supportive Congregations Network
  • Brethren Volunteer Service: see under Church of the Brethren
  • Bridgefolk (Mennonites & Catholics Dialogue)
  • Bridgewater, Virginia
  • Bridgewater College I
  • Bridgewater College II
  • Bridgewater College Forum for Religious Studies: Anabaptism: A Heritage and its 21st Century Prospects, September 29-October 2, 1993
  • Bridgewater College Forum for Religious Studies: To Serve the Present Age: Historians and the Modern Church: A Festschrift for Donald F. Durnbaugh, October 2-4, 1997
  • Bridgewater Flood, 1949
  • Bridgewater Home for the Aging
  • Brief History of United Zion’s Children’s Church
  • Broadsides; see under Miller, Dan; Arthur, Illinois
  • Broadway, Virginia; Rockingham County; see also under Rockingham County, Virginia: Broadway, Timberville, Linville Creek and Pleasant View, Inc.
  • Brocks Gap; see under Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Bronck, Jonas (d. 1643)
  • Brook Lane Farm Hospital
  • Brunk, Christian H., 1845-1921; Life Sketch
  • Brunk, Dwight L.; see under Poems: Mennonite
  • Brunk, George R., II
  • Brunk, Harry Anthony, 1898-1990
  • Brunk, Harry Anthony; History of Mennonites in Virginia
  • Brunk, John David, 1872-1926
  • Brunk, Lawrence
  • Bryan, Emma Lyon, [1838?]-1916
  • Bucher, Rufus P., Meetinghouse; see under Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies
  • Bucks County, Pennsylvania
  • Budget, Sugarcreek, Ohio; Old Order Amish Newspaper
  • Buggies and Carriages
  • Burkholder, Eva C.; see under Pennsylvania German Dialect: Eva C. Burkholder File
  • Burkholder, John Lawrence, 1917-
  • Burkholder, John David, Sr.
  • Burkholder, Martin, 1817-1860

C

  • Calendar
  • California Mennonite Historical Society; includes info on GRANDMA Database
  • Camp Still Meadows, Inc.
  • Camping
  • Capital Punishment
  • Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation, Inc.
  • Catholics; see under Rockingham County: Churches: Catholic
  • Caverns & Natural Wonders
  • Center for Justice & Peacebuilding; see under Eastern Mennonite University
  • Center for Pennsylvania German Studies; Millersville, University of Pennsylvania
  • Center for Urban Theological Studies, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Center on Conscience & War; formerly National Service Board for Religious Objectors (1940-1979) & National Interreligious ServiceBoard for Conscientious Objectors (1980-1999)
  • Central Valley Habitat for Humanity, Inc.
  • Chapel of the Air
  • Charismatic Movement
  • Charity Ministries, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • China, People’s Republic of
  • Christ of the Mountain, Be Our Word; see under Eastern Mennonite University
  • Christian Center, Syria, Virginia; Madison County
  • The Christian Harp and Sabbath School Songster; Joseph Funk’s Sons, Singers Glen, Virginia, 1865; photocopy
  • Christian Librarians Fellowship
  • Christian Life
  • Christian Light Publications: Advertisements, Letters, Etc.
  • Christian Light Publications: Catalogs and Calendars
  • Christian Light Publications: How to Start a Christian Day School
  • Christian Light Publications: Tracts, Pamphlets, etc.; Writers and Artists Conference
  • Christian Light Publications: see also Park View Press, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Christian Nonresistance & Pacifism from Anabaptist-Mennonite Sources; Bibliography
  • Christian Peace Conference
  • Christian Peacemakers Team; see under Fox, Tom, 1951-2006
  • Christian Retreat
  • Christian School Association
  • Christian Workers Filing Association
  • Christianity
  • Christmas/Advent
  • Church and Archives
  • Church and State
  • Church Bulletins: Mennonite Related
  • Church Member Profile
  • Church of God in Christ; Mennonite: Holdemans
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)
  • Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ
  • Church of the Brethren: Brethren Historical Library and Archives
  • Church of the Brethren: Brethren Revival Fellowship
  • Church of the Brethren: Brethren Volunteer Service
  • Church of the Brethren: Doctrines and Statements
  • Church of the Brethren: Flat Rock Church of the Brethren, Shenandoah County, Virginia
  • Church of the Brethren: History
  • Church of the Brethren: Proceedings of Conference Held at Linville Creek, Rockingham County, Virginia, June 1879”
  • Church of the Brethren: Publications and Bibliography
  • Church of the Brethren: Statistics
  • Church of the Brethren: Virginia and West Virginia; see also under Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches
  • Church Peace Mission
  • Church Records: Antioch Regular Baptist Church, Shenandoah County, Virginia
  • Church Records: Cross Keys Presbyterian Church Cemetery Record; Cross Keys, Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Citizens Against Sexual Assault (CASA); Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Citizens for Downtown; see under Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Civil War
  • Civil War: Border Raid Claims
  • Civil War: Pamphlets
  • Civil War: Shenandoah Valley; see also under Rockingham County, Virginia: Civil War
  • Civil War: Virginia
  • Civilian Conservation Corps
  • Civilian Public Service
  • Civilian Public Service: Camp No. 20, Sideling Hill, Wells Tannery, Pennsylvania; see under Moyer, Bessie C., Diary
  • Civilian Public Service: Unit No. 126, Beltsville, Maryland
  • Civilian Public Service: Women
  • Civilian Public Service: Women: Karen L. Myers Interview
  • Clarke County, Virginia
  • Cline, J. C., Dayton, Virginia
  • Cline, Virginia Patterson “Patsy” Cline, 1932-1963
  • Clinic for Special Children, Strasburg, Pennsylvania
  • Clocks & Clockmakers
  • Coblentz, Elizabeth, 1936 – 2002; see under (The) Amish Cook
  • Cockfighting; see under Page County, Virginia: Political Corruption
  • Coffman, John Samuel, 1848-1899
  • Coffman, Martha Kauffman; see under Weaver, Martha Kauffman Coffman
  • Coffman, Samuel, 1822-1894
  • Coffman, Samuel Frederick, 1872-1954
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Colleges: Mennonite
  • Columbus, Christopher
  • Commission on Religion in Appalachia; CORA: Our Christian Commitment in Appalachia
  • Common Ground
  • Communal Societies
  • Community, The (Religious Group), Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Community of Communities
  • Community Mediation Center, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Community Relations
  • Compeer Program of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County
  • Concern: A Pamphlet Series
  • Concord Associates, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Concordia Historical Institute; see under Lutheran Archives: Missouri Synod
  • Conestoga Wagons; see under Wagons
  • Conflict Management; see also under Mennonites: Conflict
  • Conrad Grebel Lectures
  • Conservative Anabaptist Service Program (CASP)
  • Conscientious Objectors, – 1955
  • Conscientious Objectors, 1956 -
  • Conscientious Objectors, 1956- (Brochures, Clippings, Articles)
  • Conscientious Objectors: Court Cases
  • Consort Caritatis, Waterloo, Ontario; see under Mennonite Central Committee
  • Cooper, Fred
  • CORA; see under Commission on Religion in Appalachia
  • Cornerstone Churches
  • Correll, Ernst
  • Costume: Mennonites
  • Council for the Advancement of Small Colleges
  • Council for the Advancement of Small Colleges: Project on Student Development in Small Colleges
  • Council of the Alleghenies
  • Court Days, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Covered Bridges
  • “Crippled Fayette”; see under Jeffries, Thomas Fayette
  • Crisis Pregnancy Center, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Cross Keys Presbyterian Church Cemetery Record; see under Church Records
  • Crossing Creeks, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Cumberland Valley: Historic Peace Churches
  • Cumberland Valley: Maryland and Pennsylvania

D

  • Dale Enterprise Literary Society, Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Dancing
  • Dating
  • Daughters of Song, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Dayton Farmer’s Market; Dayton, Virginia
  • Dayton, Virginia
  • Dayton, Virginia: Businesses
  • Dayton, Virginia: History
  • De La Fontaine Verwey, Herman, 1903-1989
  • Deaconesses
  • Deaf
  • Dean, Dorris
  • Death
  • Delaware
  • Denbigh, Virginia
  • Derstine, C. F.; see under Mennonites: Biographies from C. F. Derstine
  • Detweiler, Richard C., 1924-1991
  • Devotional Covering
  • Disasters
  • Divine Healing
  • Divorce
  • Dock, Christopher, ca. 1698-1771
  • Dock, Christopher; Bicentennial, 1971
  • Doctrine
  • Doopsgezinde Historische Kring
  • Domestic Violence
  • Dove Christian Fellowship International
  • Dowsing
  • Draft
  • Dress
  • Drescher, John M., 1928-
  • Dunca, Nicolae, Captain, 1838-1862
  • Durnbaugh, Donald, 1927-2005
  • Dyck, Peter J., 1914 -

E

  • Easter
  • Eastern Mennonite College
  • Eastern Mennonite College: Administration Building Fire, 1984
  • Eastern Mennonite College: Alumni
  • Eastern Mennonite College: Articles
  • Eastern Mennonite College: Buildings
  • Eastern Mennonite College: Class of 1994 Time Capsule
  • Eastern Mennonite College/University: Curriculum
  • Eastern Mennonite College: Elderhostel
  • Eastern Mennonite College: Elizabeth Heatwole Grove Photograph Album, October, 1992
  • Eastern Mennonite College: Heresy List
  • Eastern Mennonite College: Library
  • Eastern Mennonite College/University: President’s Annual Report
  • Eastern Mennonite College/University: Suter Science Center
  • Eastern Mennonite Elementary School
  • Eastern Mennonite High School
  • Eastern Mennonite Seminary
  • Eastern Mennonite University, 1994-
  • Eastern Mennonite University Hymn; Christ of the Mountain, Be Our Word
  • Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Historical Library; Franconia Mennonite Conference, Pennsylvania
  • Ebenezer Mennonite Kindergarten, Harrisonburg, Virginia: Graduation Program
  • Eby, Christian
  • Eby, Mary Emma Showalter, 1913-2003
  • Eicher, Lovina; see under (The) Amish Cook
  • Elder Hostel Tour Guide and Maps; Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
  • Elizabethtown College: African Program
  • Elkton, Virginia; see under Rockingham County, Virginia: East (Elkton, McGaheysville, etc.)
  • Emblem Books
  • Emswiler, Ray Albert, 1902-1998
  • England
  • Ephrata Cloister, Ephrata, Pennsylvania; see also under Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Ephrata
  • Episcopal Church
  • Episcopal Church: Virginia
  • Equipping the Saints, Weyers Cave, Virginia
  • Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536
  • Erasmus Congress Portfolio, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1969; donated by Irvin B. Horst, April 10, 1989
  • Eshleman, Lee Edward, 1963-2007; see under Ted & Lee Comedy
  • Evangelical & Reformed Historical Society, Lancaster, Pennsylvania; see under German Reformed Church: Records
  • Evangelical United Brethren
  • Evangelicals for Social Action (United States)
  • Evangelism and Evangelicals
  • Evangelistic Campaign; Don Augsburger
  • Every Church A Peace Church (ECAPC), Akron, Pennsylvania
  • Evolution

F

  • Fairfield Language Technologies, Harrisonburg, Virginia; see under Rosetta Stone
  • Falfurrias, Texas, Mennonite Colony; see under Reist, Henry Frank
  • Faust, Drew Gilpin; see under Clarke County, Virginia
  • Festival Quarterly; see under Mennonites: Periodicals
  • Fire; see under Eastern Mennonite College: Administration Building Fire, 1984
  • Fisch, Roland E.; Parent-in-Law Avoidances of Northern Athapaskans and Algonquians
  • Flag
  • Flat Rock Church of the Brethren, Shenandoah County, Virginia; see under Church of the Brethren
  • Folk Art
  • Folk Medicine
  • Foot Washing
  • Fort Harrison, Dayton, Virginia
  • Foundation for Reformation Research
  • Fox, Tom, 1951-2006
  • Franck, Sebastian, 1499-1542
  • Franconia Township, Pennsylvania
  • Franklin County, Pennsylvania
  • Fraktur
  • Frederick County, Virginia
  • French & Indian War
  • Fretz, Joseph Winfield, 1910-2005
  • Frick, Henry Clay, 1849-1919
  • Friendly City Food Co-op, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Friends of Shenandoah Mountain
  • Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River, Woodstock, Virginia
  • Friends, Society of: Pendle Hill
  • Friends, Society of: Periodicals
  • Friends, Society of: Schools and Colleges
  • Friesian Literature
  • Frontier Culture Museum, Staunton, Virginia, I (formerly Museum of American Frontier Culture)
  • Frontier Culture Museum, Staunton , Virginia, II
  • Frontier Culture Museum, Staunton, Virginia: Bowman House
  • Franck, Sebastain, 1499-1542
  • Froschauer Bibles
  • Full Table
  • Fuller Center for Housing, Americus, Georgia
  • Fundamentalism
  • Funeral Rites and Ceremonies
  • Funk, Annie C., 1874-1912
  • Funk, Elizabeth Koiner, Diary, 1868
  • Funk, John Fretz, 1835-1930
  • Funk, Joseph, 1778-1862
  • Funk, Joseph; Letters
  • Funkhouser, A.P.
  • Furniture

G

  • Games: Mennonite
  • GAMEO (Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online)
  • Galilean Home Ministries, Liberty, Kentucky
  • Garber, Ruth H. Wenger Snider, 1911-
  • Gbowee, Leymah
  • Gerber, Daniel D., 1940-1962?
  • Gehman, Ernest G., 1901-1988; Pennsylvania German Dialect Materials; see also Pennsylvania German Dialect, E.G. Gehman Materials
  • Gemeinschaft, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Generations Crossing (Park View Mennonite Church, Harrisonburg, Virginia)
  • George Washington National Forest; see under National Forests
  • Georgia
  • Gerber, Daniel D., 1940-1962?
  • Gerlach, Horst, 1929-
  • German-American Imprints
  • German-American Tricentennial, 1983
  • German Culture Museum, Walnut Creek, Ohio
  • German Language: Dialects
  • German Names; see under Names: German
  • German Reformed Church; see also under Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: United Church of Christ
  • Germanna Colonies in Virginia, Locust Grove, Virginia
  • Germans From Russia Heritage Collection
  • Germans in America
  • Germans in Virginia
  • Germans in West Virginia
  • Germantown Mennonite Historic Trust; formerly, Germantown Mennonite Corporation, Inc.
  • Germany
  • Germany: Education and Immigration
  • Gingerich, Melvin, 1902-1975
  • Gingerich, Owen, 1930-
  • Girty, Simon; 18th Century
  • Gleysteen, Jan
  • Global Mennonite History Project (GMHP)
  • Global Warming
  • Glossolalia (Speaking in Tongues)
  • Goddard, Josiah, 1813-1854, and Goddard, Josiah R., 1840-1913
  • Goertz, Hans-Jürgen; Book Reviews and Articles
  • Good Books, Intercourse, Pennsylvania
  • Good, Claude; WORM Project
  • Good, Daniel, 1781-1850; Regulations and ChurchDisciplines
  • Good, Daniel, 1781-1850; Ordnung und Gemeinde Regal
  • Good, E. Reginald
  • Good, Isaiah; Account Book
  • Good, Noah G., 1904-2002
  • Good Information Advocates
  • Goodville Mutual Casualty Corporation
  • Gospel Sunrise, Dayton, Virginia: Tracts; for complete file see Gray Box IXC
  • Graham, William Franklin “Billy”, Jr., 1918 -
  • GRANDMA Database (Genealogical Register and Database of Mennonite Ancestry); see under California Mennonite Historical Society
  • Gratz, Delbert L., 1920-2000
  • Gravestone Rubbing
  • Great Trek
  • Great Trek Documentary
  • Greater Hope, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Grebel, Konrad, 1498?-1526
  • Green Pastures Rest Home; Mt. Crawford/Lebanon, Pennsylvania: see under Amish:
  • Mental Health
  • Green Valley Book Fair, Mt. Crawford, Virginia
  • Greene County, Virginia
  • Greene County, Virginia: Seizure of Land for Shenandoah National Park; see under Greene County
  • Gross, Elizabeth Histand, 1900-1999
  • Gross, James E., 1900-1963
  • Gross, William, Letters
  • Grottoes, Virginia
  • Grove, Elizabeth Heatwole; Photograph Album, October 1992; see under Eastern Mennonite College
  • Guengrich, Samuel D., 1836-1929
  • Guidelines for Today

H

  • HARTS (Harrisonburg & Rockingham Thermal Shelter)
  • Habitat for Humanity; see under Central Valley Habitat for Humanity, Inc.
  • Halker, Léon-Ernest, 1906-
  • Hall, Jacob Henry, 1855-1941
  • Hamburg Church; see under Mauck Meeting House, Page County, Virginia
  • Hamilton, Alastair, 1941-
  • Hammer, Howard, 1911-1957
  • Hardesty-Higgins House; see under Harrisonburg: Hardesty-Higgins House
  • Harding, Vincent, 1931-
  • Harman, James W., Home School of Music
  • Harmonies Workshop, Leola, Pennsylvania
  • Harmony, Pennsylvania: Harmony Society at Harmony Mennonite Church
  • Harmonia Sacra Singings; see also under Old Folks Singing
  • Harmonia Sacra Singings: Kenneth J. Nafziger, Presentation at Smithsonian Institution, February 18, 1987
  • Harmonies Workshop, Leola, Pennsylvania
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia I: Booklets, Brochures, Etc.
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia II: Booklets, Brochures, Etc.
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: African-Americans
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Banks
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Businesses
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Citizens for Downtown
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Churches; see also under Rockingham County Churches (by denomination)
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Community Outreach
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Dental Clinic
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Events & Attractions
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Farmers’ Market
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Fire Department
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: First Night
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Funeral Homes
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Hardesty-Higgins House
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Historical Events
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: History
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: International Festival; includes African-American Festival
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Multicultural Issues
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Museums; see also Harrisonburg Children’s Museum
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Newspapers
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Northeast
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Painting; see under Bryan, Emma Lyon
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Politics
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Professions/Professionals
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Restaurants
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Restaurants: Kline’s Dairy Bar
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Restaurants: L & S Diner
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Restaurants: Little Grill Collective
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Schools and Education
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Theaters
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Transportation
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Veterans; see under Veterans
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia: Water
  • Harrisonburg Childrens’ Museum (& Childrens’ Activities); see also Harrisonburg, Virginia: Museums
  • Harrisonburg Electric Commission
  • Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation
  • Harrisonburg Pregnancy Center
  • Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority (HRHA)
  • Harrisonburg-Rockingham Association of Churches (formerly Greater Harrisonburg Association of Churches and Rockingham Ministerial Association)
  • Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board
  • Harrisonburg-Rockingham Free Clinic
  • Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society
  • Harshbarger, Daniel, 1801-1867; Tannery Record Book, 1831-1836
  • Hart, Albert Bushnell, The Pennsylvania Dutch; see under Pennsylvania Dutch
  • Hartzler, Sadie A., 1896-1976
  • Hartman, Peter S., 1846-1934
  • Harvard University; see under Faust, Drew Gilpin
  • Haverford College
  • Heart Institute, Lake Wales, Florida
  • The Hearthside Restaurant, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Heatwole, Cornelius J., 1868-1939
  • Heatwole, Daniel R., Collection; photocopies from Franklin D. Heatwole, July, 1985
  • Heatwole, Daniel R., Collection; photocopies of materials owned by Franklin D. Heatwole, 12/31/1991
  • Heatwole, Daniel R., Collection; photocopies of materials owned by Franklin D. Heatwole, 4/16/1999
  • Heatwole, David A., 1827-1911
  • Heatwole, David Franklin, 1940-
  • Heatwole, Franklin David, 1940- ; includes Heatwole Family Materials; see also under Daniel R. Heatwole Collection
  • Heatwole, John D. “Potter John”, 1826-1907
  • Heatwole, John L., 1948-2006
  • Heatwole, Lewis James, 1852-1932
  • Heatwole, Mary V. Rhodes Brenneman Shank: Scrapbook
  • Heatwole Family; see under Heatwole, Franklin David, 1940-Heerewegen; Holland
  • Hege, Christian
  • Hege, Michael, Diary, 1850-1896; photocopies; in German
  • Heifer International, Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Heimatstelle Pfälz; see under Institut für Pfälzische Geschichte und Volkskunde
  • Heishman, Abram Heil, 1879-1958
  • Helmuth, Esther Histand, 1904-1999
  • Henkel, Paul, Tagen Buch, English translation
  • Henkel Press and Henkel Family, New Market, Virginia
  • Henkel, Solomon, 1777-1847, Day Book, 1835
  • Herald of Truth (2nd)
  • Heritage Historical Library, Aylmer, Ontario
  • Herr, Francis, A Short Explication of the Written Word of God . . ., 1790
  • Herr, Hans, 1639-1725
  • Hans Herr House, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
  • Hershberger, Guy Franklin, 1896-1989
  • Hertzler, Isaac D., The Diary of I. D. Hertzler
  • Hessians in the Shenandoah Valley
  • Highland County, Virginia
  • Hildebrand, Jacob, Augusta County, Virginia; Materials from Family Bible
  • Hillcrest Home, Arkansas
  • Hillerbrand, Hans Joachim
  • Hinkle, John Ray
  • Historic Sites: Conservation and Restoration
  • Historical and Genealogical Society of Somerset County, Somerset, Pennsylvania
  • Historical Societies of Pennsylvania
  • Der Hoch-Deutsche Americanishe Calender, 1764-1765; photocopy
  • Hochstetler: Indian Captivity
  • Holdemans; see under Church of God in Christ; Mennonite
  • Holmes Book Bindery, Walnut Creek, Ohio
  • Holmes County, Ohio; see under Ohio
  • Holsinger, George Blackburn, 1857-1908
  • Holy Cross Abbey, Berryville, Virginia
  • Holy Spirit
  • Home Messenger Library, Ephrata, Pennsylvania
  • Home School of Music; see under Hall, James W.
  • Homosexuality; see also under Mennonites: Homosexuality
  • Homestead Heralds, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Honduras Mission; see under Pilgrim Mennonite Conference
  • Hoover, Amos B., 1933- ; Hoover, Nora B., 1934-
  • Hope Community Builders, Inc., Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Horning, Moses G., 1870-1955
  • Horning Old Order Mennonites; see under Old Order Mennonites: Virginia: Horning
  • Horsch, John, 1867-1941, The Educational Problem Confronting the Church
  • Horsch, John: Mennonite History Contest; see under John Horsch Mennonite History Contest
  • Horst, Irvin B.
  • Hostetler, John Andrew, 1918-2001
  • Hostetter, B. Charles, 1916-1997
  • How to Start a Christian Day School; see under Christian Light Publications
  • Huizinga, Johan, 1872-1945
  • Humor: Mennonite and Amish
  • Hunger
  • Hunsicker, Abraham, Eine Darstellung der Ereignisse und Summarium . . .
  • Hurricane Agnes, 1969; see under Nelson County, 1969 Flood
  • Hurricane Katrina, September, 2005
  • Hus, Jan, 1369?-1415
  • Hutterite Brethren I
  • Hutterite Brethren II
  • Hutterite Brethren: Pottery
  • Hymns

I

  • Illumination of Books and Manuscripts
  • Incunabula
  • Indian Captivity; see under Hostetler
  • Indians of North America; see under Native Americans
  • Indiana
  • Influenza Epidemic of 1918
  • Institut für Pfälzische Geschichte und Volkskunde (formerly Heimatstelle Pfälz)
  • Institute of Early American History and Culture
  • Insurance
  • Intercollegiate Peace Fellowship Conference, 1963
  • Iraqui War, 2001 –
  • Ireland, James, 1748-2006
  • Islam
  • Israeli-Lebanese Conflict, 2006: see Seitz, Kenneth, Jr., & Kathryn

J

  • Jacobszoon, Jacob Pieter
  • Jackson, Thomas Jonathan (“Stonewall”), 1824-1863)
  • James Madison University (formerly Madison College) I
  • James Madison University (formerly Madison College) II: Programs, Etc.
  • James Madison University: Centennial Celebration, 2007-2008
  • James Madison University: Clippings
  • James Madison University: Lifelong Learning Institute
  • Jamestown, Virginia
  • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826, and Monticello, Albermarle County, Virginia
  • Jefferson National Forest; see under National Forests
  • Jeffries, Thomas Fayette, b. 1829 (“Crippled Fayette”)
  • Jewelry
  • John Horsch Mennonite History Contest, 1998
  • John Horsch Mennonite History Contest, 2001
  • John Horsch Mennonite History Contest, 2003
  • Joint Conference: Mennonites, Schwenkfelders, Brethren and Friends; Westtown, Pennsylvania, 1940
  • Joseph Salyards Memorial Committee, 1968
  • Juhnke, James C.; see under Great Trek
  • Juniata Mennonite District Historical Society, Pennsylvania
  • Jury Duty
  • Justice House Community, Roanoke, Virginia

K

  • Kagy, Anna, Devotional Meditation, 1802-1805
  • Kairos: School of Spiritual Formation, Leola, Pennsylvania
  • Kansas
  • Karicofe, Edna, 1898-1974, Diary Book and Genealogical Records
  • Kassell, Yelles, Poems, translated by Amos Hoover
  • Kaufman, Edmund George, 1891-1980
  • Kaufman Gallery, Berlin, Ohio; see Kaufman, Stanley A.
  • Kaufman, Gordon D., 1925-
  • Kaufman, Stanley A., Berlin, Ohio; (includes info on Kaufman Gallery & Pomerene House)
  • Kauffman, Martin; see under White House, Page County, Virginia
  • Kauffman Museum, North Newton, Kansas
  • Keep in Touch/KIT Information Service
  • Kehr, Kurt, 1931- ; Articles, Bibliography, Bio-Bibliography
  • Keim, Albert Noah, 1935 -2008
  • Kermes Studio Gallery, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Kermes, Constantine
  • Key 73
  • Kieffer, Aldine S., 1840-1904
  • Kishacoquillas Valley & Big Valley, Pennsylvania; see under Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Mifflin County
  • Kline, Agnes Virginia, 1898-1986
  • Kline, John
  • Kline, John; Strictures and Reply to the Reviewer Reviewed . . .”
  • Kline Cemetery
  • Kline’s Dairy Bar; see under Harrisonburg, Virginia: Restaurants
  • Knights of the Golden Horseshoe; see under Spotswood, Alexander, 1676-1740
  • Kossen, Henk B.
  • Krahn, Cornelius, 1902-1929?
  • Kraus, Clyde Norman, 1924-
  • Kratz, Clayton H., 1896-1920
  • Kraybill, Donald Brubaker, 1945-
  • Kraybill, Paul N., 1925-1993
  • Kreider, David Lehman, 1966-1999
  • Kreider, Robert S., 1919-
  • Kroeker, Jakob, 1872-1948
  • Kuiper, Frits, 1898-1974
  • Kutztown, Pennsylvania: see under Pennsylvania German Heritage Center, Kutztown University

L

  • L & S Diner; see under Harrisonburg, Virginia: Restaurants
  • Labor and Capital
  • Lancaster County Mennonites: see under Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Lancaster County
  • Lancaster County, Pennsylvania I
  • Lancaster County, Pennsylvania II
  • Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Amish Tourism
  • Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Businesses
  • Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Churches
  • Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Museums
  • Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Towns
  • Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Wills
  • Lancaster County Pennsylvania Historical Society
  • Landis, Floyd; see under Mennonites: Sports
  • Landis Valley Associates
  • Lapp, Henry
  • Lapp, James Henry, 1888-1978
  • Lapp, John Allen, 1933-
  • Lapp, John Edwin, 1905-1988
  • Lapp, Joseph
  • Lark, Rowena Winters, 1970-
  • Law and Litigation
  • Lebanon County, Pennsylvania
  • Lee, Robert Edward, 1807-1870
  • Lehman, Bradley; Johann Sebastian Bach: Tuning
  • Lehman, Chester Kindig, 1895-1980
  • Lehman, James Orten, 1932-
  • Lehman, Martin, Diary, 1927-1938
  • Lehman, Martin W., 1926- (Reminiscences: EMS/EMC, CPS, etc.)
  • Lexington, Virginia
  • Liberia: Peacebuilding; see under Gbowee, Leymah
  • Liberty Ministries
  • Libraries
  • Libraries: Historical (Mennonite)
  • Libraries: Mennonite
  • Libraries: University and College
  • Libraries & Archives: Preservation of Materials
  • Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
  • Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia
  • Lindsey’s Funeral Home, Harrisonburg, Virginia; see under Harrisonburg, Virginia: Funeral Homes
  • Lifelong Learning Institute; see under James Madison University
  • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
  • Linscheid, Glen; Along the Galician Grapevine
  • Lithuania Christian College, Klaipeda, Lithuania
  • Little Grill Collective; see under Harrisonburg, Virginia: Restaurants
  • Littell, Franklin Hamlin, 1917-
  • Local Events
  • London Mennonite Centre
  • Longs Chapel Preservation Society (Zenda)
  • Lot
  • Low German; see under Platdietsch
  • Lowry, James
  • Luray, Virginia; see under Mauck Meeting House or Page County, Virginia or White House
  • Lutheran Archives; Evangelical Church in America
  • Lutheran Archives: Missouri Synod; Concordia Historical Institute, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Lutheran Baptisms, Shenandoah Valley; see under Stoever, Johann Casper
  • Lutheran-Mennonite Dialogue
  • Luthy, David
  • Luthy, David: Irvin B. Horst File;
  • Luyken, Jan; Etcher, 1649-1912
  • Lynchburg, Virginia

M

  • MacAllister, Dale
  • McGrath, William R., 1931-
  • McMaster, Eve, 1942-
  • Madison County, Virginia
  • Madison, James, 1751-1836
  • Madison College; see under James Madison University; also State Normal & Industrial School for Women at Harrisonburg
  • Malone Consultation
  • Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society; Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Manure Farming Accident, Rockingham County, Virginia, July, 2007; see under Mennonites: Virginia: Agriculture
  • Marbeck/Marpeck, Pilgram; ca. 1495-1556
  • Market Place
  • Marriage
  • Martin, Helen Reimensnyder, 1868-1939
  • Martin, Jesse B., 1897 – 1974
  • Martin, John W., Printer; Narrow Way, St. Joe, Arkansas; Burnsville, N.C., and Manuel, Tamps., Mexico
  • Martin, Titus
  • Martins, Inc., Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Martyrs
  • Marval Poultry Strike, 1984; see under Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Marxism
  • Maryland
  • Massanetta Springs Conference Center, Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Massanutten Chapter of the Archeological Society of Virginia
  • Massanutten Mental Health (including Massanutten Family Support Group)
  • Massanutten Regional Library, Harrisonburg, Virginia; see also Rockingham Public Library
  • Massanutten Village, Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Mast, J. Lemar and Mast, Lois Ann; includes Mennonite Family History, Amish Heritage Tour and Olde Springfield Shoppe
  • Mast, J. Lemar and Mast, Lois Ann, Who Begot Thee?
  • Materialism
  • Mauck Meeting House, Hamburg, Page County, Virginia; see also under Old Folks Singing
  • Mauve, Anton, 1838-1888
  • Meihuizen, Hendrik Wiebes, 1906-1983
  • Mellink, Albert Fredrik, 1916-1987
  • Melungeons
  • Men
  • Men’s Movement; see also under Men
  • Menno Simons
  • Menno Simons: Irvin B. Horst Menno Simons Collection #44
  • Menno Simons 500: 500th Anniversary of Menno Simons’ Birth, 1996
  • Menno Simons: Portraits: Irvin B. Horst File
  • Menno Simons Historical Library, Eastern Mennonite University
  • Mennofolk
  • Mennonite Authors
  • Mennonite Central Committee; see in green files
  • Mennonite Church Certificate of Membership
  • Mennonite Colleges: see under Colleges: Mennonite
  • Mennonite Congregational Numbers
  • Mennonite Crusaders for Truth
  • Mennonite Defenders of the Faith
  • Mennonite DNA Project
  • Mennonite Disaster Service (MDS); see under Mennonite Central Committee
  • Mennonite Experience in America; History Project
  • Mennonite Experience in America, Volume 3, 1979; Papers
  • Mennonite Experience in America Conference (5th; 1985)
  • Mennonite Family History; see under Mast, J. Lemar and Mast, Lois Ann
  • Mennonite Genealogy Data Index: Theses & Dissertations Online
  • Mennonite Heritage Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Mennonite Historians
  • Mennonite Historical (General)
  • Mennonite Historical Library of Saskatchewan
  • Mennonite Historical Society, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania; see under Mifflin County, Pennsylvania: Mennonite Historical Society
  • Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario
  • Mennonite Hospitals
  • Mennonite Industry & Business Associates
  • Mennonite Information Center, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Mennonite Medical Association
  • Mennonite Occupations
  • Mennonite Reporter
  • Mennonite Revival Singers
  • Mennonite Women
  • Mennonite World Conference; see in Church Agencies Gray Box Collection
  • Mennonite Writers Fellowship
  • Mennonite Your Way
  • Mennonites: Africa
  • Mennonites: Agriculture
  • Mennonites: Architecture
  • Mennonites: Asia
  • Mennonites: Biking; see under Bikemovement Americas; Mennonite World Conference, 2009
  • Mennonites: Biographies from C. F. Derstine
  • Mennonites: Biography
  • Mennonites: Business; see also under Mennonites: Virginia: Business
  • Mennonites: California
  • Mennonites: Canada
  • Mennonites: (and) Catholics; see under Bridgefolk
  • Mennonites: Central America
  • Mennonites: Church Buildings & Meetinghouses
  • Mennonites: Clippings
  • Mennonites: Colorado
  • Mennonites: Confessions
  • Mennonites: Conflict (bibliography)
  • Mennonites: Conservative Mennonite Churches
  • Mennonites: Cookery; see also under Mennonites: Virginia: Cookery
  • Mennonites: Costume
  • Mennonites: Delaware
  • Mennonites: Distilleries; see under Overholt Family
  • Mennonites: Eastern Europe
  • Mennonites: Education
  • Mennonites: Florida
  • Mennonites: Food; see under Mennonites: Cookery
  • Mennonites: France
  • Mennonites: Genealogy
  • Mennonites: General, Statistics, Etc.
  • Mennonites: Germany
  • Mennonites: Great Britain
  • Mennonites: Homosexuality
  • Mennonites: Illinois
  • Mennonites: [in the] Media
  • Mennonites: Indiana
  • Mennonites: [and the] Internet
  • Mennonites: Iowa
  • Mennonites: Iowa; Wick, Barthinius Larson, The Amish Mennonites: A Sketch of Their Origin and of Their Settlement in Iowa . . .
  • Mennonites: [and] Jews
  • Mennonites: Kansas
  • Mennonites: Kentucky
  • Mennonites: Libraries; see under Libraries: Mennonite
  • Mennonites: Literature (Poetry, Fiction, etc.; by and about)
  • Mennonites: Manitoba
  • Mennonites: Marketing
  • Mennonites: Maryland
  • Mennonites: Maryland: Frederick County
  • Mennonites: Mexico
  • Mennonites: Michigan
  • Mennonites: Minnesota
  • Mennonites: Miscellaneous
  • Mennonites: Missouri
  • Mennonites: Music
  • Mennonites: Musical Instruments
  • Mennonites: Names; see under Names: Mennonite
  • Mennonites: Native Americans
  • Mennonites: Nebraska
  • Mennonites: Netherlands
  • Mennonites: Netherlands: Art & Artists
  • Mennonites: Netherlands: Drama
  • Mennonites: Netherlands: Youth
  • Mennonites: New York
  • Mennonites: New York City, New York
  • Mennonites: North Carolina
  • Mennonites: Ohio
  • Mennonites: Ontario
  • Mennonites: Oregon
  • Mennonites: (and) Orthodox Ecumenical Dialogue
  • Mennonites: Paraguay
  • Mennonites: Peace; see under Peace: Mennonites
  • Mennonites: Peace Literature, etc.
  • Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Eastern
  • Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Ephrata; see also under Ephrata Cloister
  • Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Lancaster County
  • Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Lehigh County
  • Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Mifflin County; includes Kishacoquillas Valley & Big Valley
  • Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Miscellaneous
  • Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Philadelphia
  • Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Skippack Valley
  • Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Southwestern
  • Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Weavertown Mennonite School Case
  • Mennonites: Periodicals
  • Mennonites: Periodicals: Festival Quarterly
  • Mennonites: Poems; see under Poems: Mennonites
  • Mennonites: Politics & Professions
  • Mennonites: [and] Presbyterians; Shalom Conference
  • Mennonites: Prussia
  • Mennonites: Publications; see under Publications, Mennonite
  • Mennonites: Publishers
  • Mennonites: Puppet Ministry
  • Mennonites: Puerto Rico
  • Mennonites: Quilts; see under MCC: Quilts & Quilting; see also under Mennonite Relief Sales: Virginia, Pennsylvania, & Tri-State)
  • Mennonites: Race Relations
  • Mennonites: Russia; see also under Great Trek
  • Mennonites: Russia: Archives
  • Mennonites: Russia: Siberian
  • Mennonites: Russian (in North America); see also under Russian Mennonite Studies Seminar
  • Mennonites: Seminaries
  • Mennonites: Slavery & Anti-Slavery
  • Mennonites: Statements on War
  • Mennonites: South America
  • Mennonites: Sports
  • Mennonites: Sports: Floyd Landis
  • Mennonites: Statistics & Maps
  • Mennonites: Switzerland, Emmental
  • Mennonites: Tennessee
  • Mennonites: Texas
  • Mennonites: Uruguay
  • Mennonites: Uzbekistan; see under Great Trek
  • Mennonites: Virginia
  • Mennonites: Virginia: Agriculture
  • Mennonites: Virginia: Business
  • Mennonites: Virginia: Eastern (Newport News, etc.)
  • Mennonites: Voting
  • Mennonites: Washington (State of)
  • Mennonites: Washington, D.C.
  • Mennonites: West Virginia
  • Mennonites: Women; see under Mennonite Women
  • Mennonitischer Geschichtsverein
  • Mennonot
  • Mensch, Jacob B., 1835-1912
  • Mensch Papers; see under Oberholtzer, John H.: Miscellaneous Documents
  • Mental Illness & Mental Health
  • Mental Health: Amish; see under Green Pastures Rest Home
  • Mercy House, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Methodists; see also under Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Methodist
  • Methodists: Military Service
  • Messianic Testimony
  • Meyers, Christian M., 1862-1942
  • Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society
  • Mifflin County, Pennsylvania; see under Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Mifflin County
  • Mifflin County, Pennsylvania: Mennonite Historical Society
  • Militarism
  • Military Counseling Network (MCN): Germany, 1986-1994, 2003-2005; donated by Reuben Miller
  • Millennium
  • Miller (Mueller), Adam, 1703-1784
  • Miller, Benedict, 1828-1906; see under Amish: Miller, Benjamin
  • Miller, Dan A., Arthur, Illinois: Broadsides
  • Miller, Ernest L. (Presidential Candidate)
  • Miller, Marlin E., 1938-1994
  • Miller, Orie O., 1892-1977
  • Miller, Peter; 18th Century Pennsylvania
  • Miller, Reuben; see under Anabaptist & Reformed Reconciliation, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Miller, William R., 1908 –
  • Mills: Virginia (includes Rockingham County)
  • Mininger, Jacob D., 1879-1941
  • Mischler, Peter (18th Century Lutheran Minister); Handwritten Liturgy
  • Missions (Other than Elkhart & Eastern Board; Other than Mennonite)
  • Missions in Art
  • Missouri Synod, Lutheran Church; see under Lutheran Archives: Missouri Synod
  • Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
  • Monticello; see under Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826
  • Moravian Church
  • Morgue
  • Mormons; see under Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • Morris Pottery Kiln, Lilly, Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Moss, P. Buckley
  • Moving Pictures
  • Moyer, Bessie C., Diary (kept while nurse at C.P.S. Camp No. 20, Sideling Hill, Wells Tannery, Pennsylvania)
  • Muddy Creek Farm Library, Ephrata, Pennsylvania
  • Mueller, Adam; see under Miller, Adam
  • Mumaw, John Rudy, 1904-1993
  • Munsterites
  • Münzer, Thomas, ca. 1490-1525
  • Muppies (Mennonite Urban Professionals)
  • Musculus, Wolfgang, 1497-1563, Ein Frydsams und Christlichs Gesprech . . . , 1533; photocopy
  • Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Glen Burnie, Winchester, Virginia
  • Museums
  • Music
  • Music: Reformation
  • Myers, Karen L.; Interview: see under Civilian Public Service: Women

N

  • NACDFCO (North American Committee for Documentation of Free Church Origins)
  • Nafziger, Johannes; see under Amish: Nafziger, Johannes; letter, 1790
  • Nafziger, Kenneth J., Presentation at Smithsonian Institution, February 18, 1987; see under Harmonia Sacra Singings
  • Names: Mennonite
  • Names: Personal: German
  • National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
  • National Forests
  • National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors (NIBSCO); see under Center on Conscience & War
  • National Service Board for Religious Objectors; see under Center on Conscience & War
  • Native Americans
  • Nazareth Village, Nazareth, Israel
  • National Campaign for a Peace Tax Fund (NCPTF)
  • National Service Board for Religious Objectors: see under National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors
  • National Socialism
  • Native Americans
  • Natural Disasters; see also under Shenandoah Valley: Natural Disasters (floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, snow, etc.)
  • Nazareth Project, Inc.
  • Nazareth Village, Nazareth, Israel
  • Nederlandische Menno-Pas
  • Nehemiah’s Call/New Wineskins, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Neidermeyer, Dan; see under Jonathan
  • Nelson County, Virginia
  • Nelson County, Virginia: 1969 Flood, Hurricane Agnes
  • Netherlands
  • Netherlands: Emigration & Immigration Articles by Adrian E. Van Puffelen
  • Netherlands: Pottery: Tichelaar, Makkum; see under Pottery: Netherlands
  • New Baptist Covenant, 2008; Atlanta, Georgia
  • New Bridges Immigrant Resource Center, Harrisonburg, VA
  • New England
  • New Jersey
  • New Market, Virginia
  • New York, New York
  • NIBSCO; see under Center on Conscience & War
  • Nicholas Stoltzfus House Preservation Project, Morgantown, Pennsylvania
  • North American Committee for Documentation of Free Church Origins; see under NACDFCO
  • Nonconformity
  • Nonresistance
  • North Carolina
  • Northampton County, Pennsylvania
  • Nursing

O

  • Oberholtzer, John H., 1809-1895
  • Oberholtzer, John H.: Miscellaneous Documents from the Mensch Papers
  • Oberholtzer Schism (letters pertaining to)
  • Obituaries
  • Ohio
  • Ohio Amish Library, Millersburg, Ohio
  • Ohio: Fairfield County: Cemeteries
  • Ohio: History
  • Ohio: Holmes County
  • Ohio: Wayne County
  • Old Age Homes
  • Old Colony Mennonites
  • Old Folks Singing; see also under Harmonia Sacra Singings
  • Old German Baptist Brethren
  • Old Order Mennonites
  • Old Order Mennonites: Virginia
  • Old Order Mennonites: Virginia: Horning
  • Old Order Mennonites: Virginia: School Problem
  • Old Order Mennonites: Various Groups (Weaverland Conference, etc.)
  • Old Order River Brethren
  • Olde Springfield Shoppe; see under Mast, J. Lemar and Mast, Lois Ann
  • Oosterbaan, Johannes Arnoldus, 1910-1998
  • OP Shop; see under ARC (Association for Retarded Citizens)
  • Open Door Community
  • Orange County, Virginia
  • Oregon Mennonite Historical & Genealogical Society
  • Orthodox Church; see under Mennonites: (and) Orthodox Ecumenical Dialogue
  • Our Community Place, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Overholt Family; see under Mennonites: Distilleries
  • Oyer, Mary

P

  • Page County, Virginia; see also under Luray, Virginia
  • Page County, Virginia: Churches
  • Page County, Virginia: Political Corruption
  • Page County Festival
  • Palatines to America
  • Palatines to America: Virginia Chapter
  • Palmer, Ralph Lloyd,1903-1976
  • Papas’ Studio, Portland, Oregon; Bill Papas
  • Park School
  • Park View; see also under Assembly Park
  • Park View Federal Credit Union
  • Park View Press, Harrisonburg, Virginia; see also Christian Light Publications
  • Parker, Alice
  • Pastorius, Francis Daniel, 1651-1719
  • Patchwork Pantry, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Peace I
  • Peace II
  • Peace: Mennonites
  • Peace Centers
  • Peace Theology Colloquium; programs, announcements, etc.
  • Peachey, Paul, 1918-
  • Peculiar Saints From Switzerland . . . ; see under Fred Birman
  • Peaked Mountain Lutheran Church, Rockingham County, Virginia: see under Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches
  • Pendle Hill; see under Friends, Society of: Pendle Hill
  • Penn Alps, Inc., Grantsville, Maryland
  • Pennsylvania: Bedford County
  • Pennsylvania: Dauphin County
  • Pennsylvania: Southwest
  • Pennsylvania Dutch I
  • Pennsylvania Dutch II
  • Pennsylvania Dutch: Clippings
  • Pennsylvania Dutch: John H. Schrack Materials
  • Pennsylvania Dutch, The, by Albert Bushnell Hart
  • Pennsylvania Folk Festival
  • Pennsylvania German Architecture
  • Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center, Kutztown University, Pennsylvania
  • Pennsylvania German Dialect
  • Pennsylvania German Dialect: Eva C. Burkholder File; includes clippings of E. G. Gehman’s Schwetz Deitsch column nos. 3-10 from Daily News Record, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 1938
  • Pennsylvania German Dialect: Ernest G. Gehman Materials
  • Pennsylvania German Folklore Society
  • Pennsylvania German Society
  • Pennsylvania Heritage Society
  • Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission
  • Pennsylvania Historical Association
  • Pennsylvania: Miscellaneous
  • Pennsylvania State Society
  • Pentecostals
  • People’s Place, Intercourse, Pennsylvania
  • Persian Gulf War, 1991
  • Petitions: Early Virginia Religious Petitions
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • Photographs: Care Of
  • Photography (& Photographers)
  • Pilgrims; New Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts
  • Pilgrim Mennonite Conference: Honduras Mission
  • Pioneer Society of America
  • Place of Peace, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Plain Truth
  • Plains District Memorial Museum, Timberville, Virginia
  • Plains District Ministerial Association
  • Pleasant View, Inc., Broadway, Virginia
  • Plautdietsch
  • Poems: Mennonite
  • Poems: Mennonite: Brunk, Dwight L.
  • Pomerone House; see under Kaufman, Stanley D.
  • Portland, Oregon; see under Papas’ Studio
  • Port Republic, Virginia; see under Society of Port Republic Preservationists
  • Potomac Watershed Partnership
  • Pottery; see also under Hutterite Brethren and Morris Kiln Pottery, Lilly, Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Pottery: Netherlands: Tichelaar, Makkum
  • Poultry, Rockingham County; see under WLR Foods, Inc., Broadway, Virginia
  • Prayer Calendar
  • Presbyterian Church Historical Foundation, Montreat, North Carolina
  • Presbyterian – Mennonite Shalom Conference
  • Presbyterians: Slavery; see under Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Presbyterian
  • Presgraves, Daniel; see under Page County, Virginia: Political Corruption
  • Presidential Election of 1960; see under Mennonites: Voting
  • Presidents (of the United States): Miscellaneous
  • Prince William County Genealogical Society, Manassas, Virginia
  • Printing
  • Prison Workers Conference
  • Prisons and Prisoners
  • Probe 72
  • Project Accapella
  • Project Concern
  • Promise Keepers
  • Prophecy
  • Publishers: Local

Q

  • Quakers; see under Friends, Society of
  • Quilts
  • Quilts: Amish
  • Quilts: Virginia; see under Virginia Quilt Museum, Harrisonburg, Virginia

R

  • Race Relations; see under Mennonites: Race Relations
  • Radio
  • Railroads; see under Shenandoah Valley: Railroads
  • Rappahannock County, Virginia
  • Reconciliation
  • Redekop, Calvin Wall, 1925 -
  • Reformation: England
  • Reformation: Sixteenth Century
  • Reformed Mennonites
  • Refugees
  • Reist, Henry Frank; Falfurrias (Texas) Mennonite Colony
  • Relief, European; Letters of Acknowledgement
  • Religion (General)
  • Religious Research Association
  • Rembrandt Hamenszoon van Rijn, 1606-1669
  • Remonstrants
  • Renewal 74
  • Ressler, Martin E., 1922-1987
  • Revivals
  • Revolutionary War; see also Hessians in the Shenandoah Valley
  • Richmond, Virginia
  • Rimland, Ingrid, 1936-
  • Rittenhouse Family Association
  • River Farm, Timberville, Virginia; see under Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Riverdale Children’s Home
  • Riverside Hospital School of Nursing, Newport News, Virginia
  • Rockbridge County, Virginia
  • Rockingham Council on Human Relations
  • Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: African-Americans
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Alms House Records
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Auctions
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Broadway, Timberville, Linville Creek
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Brocks Gap
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Businesses
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches (Miscellaneous)
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Baptist; see also under Baptists: Virginia
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Catholic (includes Harrisonburg City)
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Church of the Brethren; see also under Church of the Brethren: Virginia & West Virginia
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Church of the Nazarene
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Episcopal
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Grace Covenant
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: German Reformed; see under United Church of Christ
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Lutheran
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Lutheran: Peaked Mountain Lutheran Church
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Mennonite; see under Mennonites: Virginia
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Methodist
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Nondenominational
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Presbyterian
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Quaker (Society of Friends)
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: Unitarian Universalist; see also under Unitarians
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: United Brethren in Christ
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Churches: United Church of Christ (German Reformed)
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Civil War
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Deeds, Land Grants, Etc.
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: East (includes Elkton)
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Ethnic Groups
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Fairs and Exhibitions
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Genealogy (includes libraries)
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Gray Report
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: History
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Historic Buildings
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Land Seizure for Shenandoah National Park; see under Rockingham County, Virginia: East
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Land Transfers
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Letterheads, Miscellaneous
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Maps
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Marval Poultry Strike, 1984
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Politics
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Post Offices & Towns
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: The River Farm, Timberville, Virginia
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Roads
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Schools & Education
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Schools: New Erection
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Schools; see also West Central Academy, Mt. Clinton, Virginia
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Springs
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Tourist Attractions
  • Rockingham County, Virginia: Turleytown
  • Rockingham Male Chorus
  • Rockingham Memorial Hospital; see also Women’s Health Focus
  • Rockingham Memorial Hospital: Grief Support Services
  • Rockingham Memorial Hospital: New Building, 2006 -
  • Rockingham Memorial Hospital: Publications
  • Rockingham Memorial Hospital: School of Nursing
  • Rockingham Public Library; see also Massanutten Regional Library
  • Rodes, Daniel D.; Truth, Light & Life Mission, near Penn Laird, Virginia
  • Rogge, Jacob Lievens, Van, FL. 1618-1645
  • Rohrer, Warren, 1927-1995
  • Rolling Ridge Study Retreat Community, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
  • Roosen, Gerhard
  • Rosetta Stone, Harrisonburg, Virginia (formerly Fairfield Language Technologies)
  • Ruebush, Joseph Kieffer, 1878-1963
  • Ruebush-Kieffer Publications
  • Russian Mennonites (in North America); see under Mennonites: Russian (in North America)
  • Russian Mennonites Studies Seminar
  • Ruth, Melvin L. (1906-1973) & Sara Rebecca Shank (1906-1973)

S

  • Salem Bible College, Salem, Oregon
  • Salvation Army
  • Salyards, Joseph, 1808-1885; see under Joseph Salyards Memorial Committee, 1968
  • Sauder, Erie J., 1904-1997
  • Sauder, Menno, d.1972
  • Schaap, Til
  • Schaefferstown, Inc., Schaefferstown, Pennsylvania
  • Schenk, Tom, 1903-1996
  • Schleitheim Confession, 1527
  • Schmucker Family
  • Scholla Clippings; G.M.S. (Grant M. Stoltzfus File)
  • Schrack, John H.: Materials; see also Pennsylvania Dutch
  • Schrock, Alta Elizabeth, 1911- 2001
  • Schwenkfelder Colloquium, 1984
  • Schwenkfelder Library, Pennsburg, Pennsylvania
  • Schwenkfelders
  • Sedlisky, Bohumir J.
  • Seitz, Kenneth, Jr., & Kathryn; Israeli-Lebanese Conflict 2006
  • Seminaries: Mennonite; see under Mennonites: Seminaries
  • Senior Citizens
  • September 11, 2001 and Aftermath
  • Sermons
  • Sexuality
  • Shakers
  • Shalom Publishers, Elkhart, Indiana
  • Shank Family
  • Shaped Note Music; see also Funk, Joseph, & Singers Glen, Virginia
  • Sharon Manufacturing Company, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Sheet Music
  • Shenandoah Anabaptist Science Society, Eastern Mennonite University
  • Shenandoah Conservatory of Music, Dayton, Virginia; now Shenandoah University, Winchester, Virginia
  • Shenandoah County, Virginia
  • Shenandoah County, Virginia: Businesses
  • Shenandoah County, Virginia: Deeds
  • Shenandoah County, Virginia: Towns (Woodstock, Mt. Jackson, Edinburg, etc.)
  • Shenandoah County, Virginia: Wills
  • Shenandoah County Historical Society, Edinburg, Virginia
  • Shenandoah Manufacturing Company, Inc., Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Shenandoah National Park; includes cemeteries; see also Rockingham County, Virginia: East
  • Shenandoah Shakespeare Express, Staunton, Virginia
  • Shenandoah Valley: Agriculture & Industry
  • Shenandoah Valley: Articles
  • Shenandoah Valley: Bed & Breakfasts
  • Shenandoah Valley: Discovery; see under Spotswood, Alexander, 1676-1740
  • Shenandoah Valley: Folk Art
  • Shenandoah Valley: Geology
  • Shenandoah Valley: Iron Works
  • Shenandoah Valley: Lutheran Baptisms, 1728-1779; see under Stoever, Johann Casper Stoever
  • Shenandoah Valley: Music Festival
  • Shenandoah Valley: Natural Disasters (floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, snow, etc.)
  • Shenandoah Valley: Railroads
  • Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival
  • Shenandoah Valley Children’s Choir
  • Shenandoah Valley Choral Society
  • Shenandoah Valley Choral Society: Programs
  • Shenandoah Valley Historical Institute
  • Shenk, Harold & Barbara; see under Barkeesh Enterprises
  • Shenk, Jacob A., 100-1950
  • Shenk, Joseph C., 1938-2005
  • Shenk, Margaret Mae, 1919-2007
  • Shenk, Norman Gerald, 1953 – ; Shenk, Sara Wenger, 1953 –
  • Shenk, Ray J.
  • Shenville Creamery, Timberville, Virginia
  • Shepard, Kole; correspondence; see under Amish: Shepard, Kole
  • Shepherd’s Center of Harrisonburg/Rockingham County
  • Shenandoah Valley Folklore Society
  • Showalter, Anthony Johnson, 1858-1924
  • Showalter, Elizabeth Anna, 1907-1988
  • Showatlter, John Henry, 1864-1947
  • Showalter, Mary Emma; see under Grove, Mary Emma Showalter, 1913-2003
  • Showalter, Noah Daniel, 1886-1948
  • Showalter, William Joseph, 1878-1935
  • Showalter & Cass
  • Sideling Hill C.P.S. Camp, Wells Tannery, Pennsylvania; see under Bessie C. Moyer, Diary
  • Sider, Ronald J., 1939-
  • Sigmar, Julian, Religious Customs and Their Bearing on the Maintenance and Growth of Religion
  • Simons, Menno; see under Menno Simons
  • Sims, Lucy F., 1855-1934
  • Silver Lake Mill
  • Singers Glen, Virginia
  • Skippack Valley, Pennsylvania: see under Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Skippack Valley
  • Skyline Literacy Coalition
  • Slavery
  • Slavery: Rockingham County; see under Rockingham County Churches: Presbyterian
  • Sleeping Preacher; see under Amish: Kaufmann, John D.
  • Smith, C. Henry, 1875-1948
  • Smith, Elmer Lewis, 1920-1981
  • Smith, Jacob Brubaker, 1870-1951
  • Smucker, J.M.; the J. M. Smucker Company, Orrville, Ohio
  • Society of Brothers
  • Society of Port Republic Preservationists, Port Republic, Virginia
  • South Carolina
  • Sparkling Springs, Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Speaking in Tongues; see under Glossolalia
  • Spinoza, Baruch, 1632-1677
  • Spirit Preaching
  • Spiritual Formation
  • Springs; see under Tide Spring & Sparkling Springs
  • Springs Historical Society, Springs, Pennsylvania
  • Spotswood, Alexander, 1676-1740; Knights of the Golden Horseshoe
  • Spruce Forest Artisan Center, Grantsville, Maryland
  • Staley Distinguished Christian Scholar Lecture Program
  • State Normal & Industrial School for Women at Harrisonburg; see under James Madison University or Madison College
  • Statler Brothers
  • Stauffer, Jacob W.
  • Stauffer, John L., 1888-1959 (includes Tract Press)
  • Staunton, Virginia; see also Augusta County, Virginia and Statler Brothers
  • Stayer, James M., 1935-
  • Stemen, Andrew; Account Book, 1855-1874
  • Stoever, Johann Casper; includes some Shenandoah Valley Lutheran Baptisms & Marriages, 1728-1779
  • Stoltzfus, Allen Grant, 1943-2002
  • Stoltzfus, Grant M., 1916-1974, Materials; see also Amish: Pennsylvania: Berks County and Berks County, Pennsylvania
  • Stoltzfus, Nicholas, House Preservation Project, Morgantown, Pennsylvania; see under Amish: Stoltzfus, Nicholas, House
  • Strasbourg, France
  • Strasburg, Virginia, Shenandoah County
  • Studer, Gerald C., 1927
  • Study Centers
  • Stutzman, Daniel E.; see under Amish: Stutzman, Daniel E.
  • Sunday School
  • Supportive Congregations Network; see under Brethren Mennonite Council for Lesbian & Gay Concerns
  • Suter, Emmanuel; Pottery
  • Suter Science Center; see under Eastern Mennonite University
  • Suter’s Handcrafted Furniture, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Swank, John Robert, 1892-1985
  • Swartz, Ted; see under Ted & Lee Comedy
  • Swarthmore College
  • Swartzendruber, A. Lloyd, 1903-2002
  • Swartzendruber, Loren E.
  • Swendenborgianism
  • Swiss Pioneer Preservation Associates
  • Swope, Wilmer D.; Sheet Music
  • Sword & Trumpet
  • Symbolism

T

  • Taeuferakten Kommission: American Committee
  • Tauferjahr 2007
  • Taxation
  • Ted & Company TheaterWorks
  • Ted & Lee Comedy/Ted & Company TheaterWorks
  • Technology (General)
  • Temperance
  • Ten Thousand Villages; see under Mennonite Central Committee
  • Tennessee
  • Teylers Godgeleerd Genootschap Museum, Haarlem, Netherlands
  • Tide Spring (Near Broadway, Virginia)
  • Timberville, Virginia; Rockingham County; see also under Plains District Memorial Museum, the River Farm, and Shenville Creamery
  • Time Capsule; see under Eastern Mennonite College: Class of 1994 Time Capsule
  • Toews, John B., 1906-1998
  • Tolstoy, Leo Graf, 1828-1910
  • Transport for Christ
  • Trappe, George
  • Trissel, David Lloyd, 1920- ; Trissel, Alice Virginia Blosser, 1924-
  • Troyer, Roger, 1945-2000
  • Truth, Light & Life Mission, near Penn Laird, Virginia; see under Daniel D. Rodes
  • Turner Mill (also called Brenneman-Turner Mill), Rockingham County, Virginia
  • Twelve Tribes Communities

U

  • Underground Railroad
  • Union Biblical Seminary; Pune, Maharashra, India
  • Unitarians
  • United Way of Harrisonburg & Rockingham County
  • United Zion Children’s Church, History; see under Brief History of United Zion Children’s Church

V

  • Van Puffelen, Adrian E.; see under Netherlands: Emigration & Immigration Articles
  • Vermont
  • Veterans
  • Virginia: African Americans
  • Virginia: Business
  • Virginia: Eastern
  • Virginia: Natural History
  • Virginia: Northern
  • Virginia: Politics
  • Virginia: Special Libraries
  • Virginia: Springs
  • Virginia: State Parks
  • Virginia Genealogical Society, Richmond, Virginia
  • Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia
  • Virginia Mennonite Board of Missions
  • Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community, (VMRC) Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Virginia Newspaper Project
  • Virginia Normal Music School
  • Virginia Quilt Museum, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Virginia Religious Petitions: see under Petitions
  • Virginia State Library; see under Library of Virginia
  • Virginia Tech Shootings; April 16, 2007, Blacksburg, Virginia
  • Vision Publishers, Inc., Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Visser, Piet
  • Visual Aid Conference
  • Vondel, Joost van den
  • Voolstra, Sjouke, 1942-2004
  • Vos, K.C. (Karel), 1874-1926
  • Vries, Theun De, 1907

W

  • WBTX, Massanutten Broadcasting Company, Broadway, Virginia
  • WHSV TV-3, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • WLR Foods, Inc. (Wampler-Longacre-Rockingham)
  • WMRA, National Public Radio, James Madison University
  • WSVA Radio (AM 550 & AM 1360), Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • WVPT, Virginia’s Public Television, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Wagons (includes Conestoga Wagons)
  • Waldensians
  • Wall Street Journal Column; see under Yoder & Son
  • Waltner, Erland, 1914-
  • Wampler, Charles W., Sr., 1885-1976
  • War; see under Mennonites: Statements on War
  • War of 1812; see under Rockingham County
  • Warren County, Virginia
  • Washington, George, 1732-1799
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Wayland, John Walter, 1872-1961
  • Wayside Theatre; Middletown, Virginia
  • Wayne County, Ohio; see under Ohio
  • Weaver, Elmer P., Jr.
  • Weaver, Hiram, 1880-1968
  • Weaver, Martha Kauffman Coffman
  • Weaver, Sallie Wenger, 1892-1936
  • Weavers Mennonite Church, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Weavertown Mennonite School; see under Mennonites: Pennsylvania: Weavertown Mennonite School Case
  • Webb, Roberta A. Morgan, 1889-1990
  • Wenger, A.D. (Amos Daniel), 1867-1935
  • Wenger, J. C. (John Christian), 1910-1995
  • Wenger, Samuel S., 1903-1989
  • Wenger Mennonites, Pennsylvania; see under Old Order Mennonites: Various Groups
  • West Central Academy, Mt. Clinton, Virginia
  • West Virginia
  • West Virginia: Hardy County
  • West Virginia: Pendleton County
  • Wetsel Seed Company, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Wheat Weaving
  • White House; Martin Kauffman, Luray, Page County, Virginia
  • Wick, Barthinius Larson, The Amish Mennonites: A Sketch of Their Origin and of Their Settlement in Iowa . . . ; see under Mennonites: Iowa
  • Wickey, J. T., Mansfield, Missouri (tracts, leaflets & letters)
  • Wiebe, Katie Funk, 1924-
  • Wiebe, Rudy Henry, 1934
  • Wilderness Road
  • Will, Werner
  • Williams, George Huntston, 1914-2000
  • Williamsburg, Virginia
  • Williamsburg Christian Retreat Center
  • Wilson, Woodrow: Woodrow Wilson Birthplace & Museum; Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library, Staunton, Virginia
  • Winchester, Virginia
  • Windhaven Church, Mount Jackson, Virginia
  • Wingfield, Steve; Wingfield Ministries, Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Winrod, Gerald B., 1898-1957
  • Wit & Humor
  • Wohlegemuth, Daniel, 1876-1967
  • Women
  • Women’s Health Focus, Rockingham Memorial Hospital
  • World War I
  • World War II
  • WORM Project; see under Good, Claude
  • Worship
  • Wust, Klaus German, 1925-2003

Y

  • Yodeling; see under (The) Amish Cook
  • Yoder, Bertha; Songs
  • Yoder, Don2222
  • Yoder, Isaac S.; see under Yoder & Son
  • Yoder, John Howard, 1927-1997
  • Yoder, John Howard; I.B. Horst File
  • Yoder, Joseph W., 1872-1956
  • Yoder, Paul D.
  • Yoder, Sanford Calvin, 1879-1975
  • Yoder, Simon Peter, 1847-1926
  • Yoder, Stephen Kreider Yoder; see under Yoder & Son
  • Yoder & Son; Stephen Kreider Yoder & Isaac S. Yoder; Wall Street Journal Column
  • York County, Pennsylvania, Historical Society
  • Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies; also Rufus P. Bucher Meetinghouse, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
  • Young People’s Institute

Z

  • Zehr, Howard
  • Zenda; see under Longs Chapel Preservation Society
  • Zigler, Michael Robert (M.R.), 1891-1985
  • Zigler, Otto, Estate (Auction, August 11, 1990)
  • Zijpp, Nanne van der, 1900-1965
  • Zook, Abie; see under Amish: Zook, Abie, articles
  • Zwingli, Ulrich, 1484-1531