|Hist Mss 1-502 SC Long
J. Kurtz (1901- ) Collection
Reverend Christian J. Kurtz,
Elverson, Pennsylvania, was a longtime conference historian for the
Atlantic Coast Mennonite Conference. His wife is Elsie (Stoltzfus)
Kurtz. Kurtz was interested in the Conestoga Mennonite Church at
Morgantown, PA, and with Bishop "Tennessee" John Stoltzfus at Concord
Mennonite Church, Concord, Tennessee.
Archival material has been arranged
chronologically. Most of it is photocopied materials. Originals are
either with C.J. Kurtz or Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society. For
photographs of C.J. and Elsie Kurtz, and of the John Stoltzfus
memorial, see Hist. Mss. 4-355 SC.
1/1 WWI clippings, Amish and
Newspaper articles, 1918, on buying liberty bonds, flying
the American flag, and participation in the war effort.
Includes Bishop John S. Mast's position on the war effort,
as well as responses to his position from the local ministers
at Morgantown, Pennsylvania. Refers to an Amish Church,
to Amish Mennonites, and to a Reverend H.H. Kurtz, who
may be from the Conestoga Mennonite Church, Morgantown,
1/2 WWII letters from Grant Stoltzfus
1/3 Materials placed at Lancaster Archives
List of archival materials placed at the Lancaster
Mennonite Historical Society by C.J. Kurtz from 1964-1972.
1/4 John Stoltzfus Memorial, Tennessee
Erection of a memorial for John Stoltzfus at Concord,
Tennessee, in 1972. Tennessee, 1972. Tennessee John Stoltzfus
1/5 Mennonites in North Carolina
Includes newspaper clippings, 1975, on general
information, including the W.W. Mast store.
1/6 Correspondence on family history, 1976
From Paul V. Hostetler, Hamden, Connecticut, etc.
1/7 70th Wedding anniversary, 1993
Name and Subject Tracings
Atlantic Coast Mennonite Conference
Concord Mennonite Church, Concord, Tennessee
Conestoga Mennonite Church, Morgantown, Pennsylvania
European War, 1914-1918
Hostetler, Paul V.
Kurtz, Elsie (Stoltzfus)
Mast, John S. (Morgantown, PA)
Stoltzfus, John, 1805-1887
April 29, 2004 / Reformatted by
August 13, 2001 / Update by Monica Zimmerman
April 4, 2001 / Posted on web by Erin Wilson
May 28, 1993 / Processed and typed into computer by Dennis Stoesz
Church USA Archives - Goshen, 1700 S. Main St., Goshen, IN 46526