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San Francisco Theological Seminary
105 Seminary Road
San Anselmo, California 94960
Phone: (415) 451-2848
Email: sftslibrary@sfts.edu
Physical collections: 7
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Burrowes (George) diaries and papers

George Burrowes (1811-1894) was one of the first four instructors at the San Francisco Theological Seminary. He was professor of Hebrew and Old Testament literature, 1871-1894. The donation of Dr. Burrowes's personal library in 1873 was the beginning of the...

Fraser (Thomas) Papers

Thomas Fraser, Jr., (1820-1902) Presbyterian home missionary in Wisconsin and Southern California; pastorates in New Bern, N.C., Little Rock, Ark., Portland, Or.; Stuart Professor of Systematic Theology at San Francisco Theological Seminary, 1887-1892

Gill (Theodore Alexander) Papers

Dr. Gill was President of the San Francisco Theological Seminary from 1958-1966.

Hunt (Timothy Dwight) collection

Timothy Dwight Hunt is best known as the first Protestant clergyman to settle and minister in California. Hunt was born at Rochester, New York on March 10, 1821. He attended Yale, graduating in 1840. After graduating from Auburn Theological...

Scott (William Anderson) collection

Rev. Dr. William A. Scott (1813-1885) was a prominent Presbyterian minister in the San Francisco Bay Area. He helped found San Francisco Theological Seminary. He was president of the faculty and board of directors and taught as well. His first...

Whitworth (George F.) Papers

In 1853 George Whitworth, a minister in the Ohio Valley, set off for the Western frontier to establish a college that would provide a good English education and a thorough religious training. Fifty families joined his mission trek to the...

Willey (Samuel Hopkins) Papers

Samuel Hopkins Willey (1821-1914) was a pioneer Presbyterian minister. He founded the academy in Oakland that became California College, which became the University of California. He served churches in San Francisco (Presbyterian), Monterey (Presbyterian and Congregational), Santa Cruz (Congregational), and...