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Collection Title:Associated Students of Seattle Pacific (ASSP) Records
Repository:Seattle Pacific University
Summary:Associated Students of Seattle Pacific (ASSP) is the student government body for Seattle Pacific University. ASSP consists of several divisions: Campus Activities, Campus Ministries, Student Government (including ASSP Senate) and Student Media. These divisions are involved in programming campus events, developing the weekly Chapel and GROUP programs, facilitating student representation on university committees and supporting various groups and clubs on campus. This collection of records covers most aspects of the operation and activities of ASSP.
 
Collection Title:Burton L. Beegle Papers
Repository:Seattle Pacific University
Summary:Burton L. Beegle (1892-1960) taught mathematics at Seattle Pacific College for 36 years, and also served in several administrative positions at the college. This collection contains subject files which include athletics, veterans and servicemen, student records, mathematics and physics course materials, exams, scholarship recipients, directories, Free Methodist Church Washington Conference materials, and faculty activities.
 
Collection Title:Cascade College Records
Repository:Seattle Pacific University
Summary:Cascade College operated in Portland, Oregon from 1939 until June 1969, when its student body merged with Seattle Pacific College in Seattle, Washington. Included in this merger was the transfer of the college's institutional records and other materials to Seattle Pacific. This collection contains Cascade College records, publications and other materials as well as catalogs and photographs from its precursor entities, The North Pacific Evangelical Institute and the Portland Bible Institute.
 
Collection Title:C. Dorr Demaray Papers
Repository:Seattle Pacific University
Summary:C. Dorr Demaray served as Seattle Pacific's president from 1959 to 1968. This collection contains his research and five manuscript chapters from the unpublished work "Seattle Pacific University: The Centennial History, 1891-1991."
 
Collection Title:Sam Dunn Papers
Repository:Seattle Pacific University
Summary:Dunn served as Professor of Mathematics, Director of the School of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, Dean of Professional and Graduate Studies and as the Vice President of Academic Affairs. The collection contains graduate school program information, special program publicity flyers, internal studies, and NCATE documentation.
 
Collection Title:Free Methodist Church records and publications
Repository:Seattle Pacific University
Summary:The Free Methodist denomination was formed in 1860 from splinter groups of the Methodist Episcopal Church in western New York state and Illinois. The denomination is part of the Holiness movement and can be theologically placed in the Wesleyan tradition. This collection contains yearbooks, minutes, 1989 General Conference records, and some publications.
 
Collection Title:Pete Hammond Papers
Repository:Seattle Pacific University
Summary:John "Pete" Hammond (1936-2008) worked on business and faith initiatives for InterVarsity/USA from 1966 to 2007. While with InterVarsity, Hammond was director of Evangelism and director of Ministry in Daily Life. The collection includes photographs; periodicals; conference schedules and brochures; manuscripts; and newspaper clippings.
 
Collection Title:Cyril Hill Papers
Repository:Seattle Pacific University
Summary:Cyril Dean Hill (1899-1990) was a lawyer who grew up on Queen Anne Hill in Seattle and attended Seattle Seminary. He was a colonel in the U.S. military during the Second World War and helped to establish a Free Methodist church in Tokyo. The collection contains correspondence, photographs, glass plate negatives, ephemera, periodicals, clippings, and scrapbooks.
 
Collection Title:John Newton and John Campbell Correspondence
Repository:Seattle Pacific University
Summary:The collection contains correspondence between John Newton, clergyman and hymn writer ("Amazing Grace"), and John Campbell, philanthropist, author, and traveller. Portions of the letters were published by Campbell in "Letters and conversational remarks, by the late Rev. John Newton, rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, Lombard-street, London: during the last eighteen years of his life." The collection contains 36 letters written by John Newton to John Campbell and copies of seven letters from Newton to recipients other than Campbell. All letters date between 1789 and 1802.
 
Collection Title:Charles W. Peterson Papers
Repository:Seattle Pacific University
Summary:Charles W. Peterson attended Seattle Seminary and the University of Washington, where he studied electrical engineering. He invented the Musicone Speaker while working for the Crosley Radio Corporation of Cincinnati, and also worked as a design engineer for the Eastman Kodak Company of Rochester, New York. The collection contains documents, photographs, glass plate negatives, publications and radio parts including an example of a Crosley Super Musicone speaker.

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