D. H. Ramsey Library Special Collections and University Archives

Robert F. Campbell Papers

Summary Information

UNC Asheville Special Collections and University Archives
Robert F. Campbell Papers
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1900-1925
Date [inclusive]
20.0 Linear feet
Physical Description
The collection contains the personal papers of Robert F. Campbell primarily documenting his career as pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Asheville, N.C. from 1892 to 1946 and, to a lesser extent, his research and writing on social issues, particularly race in the South and the people of Appalachia. The papers are comprised of correspondence; numerous sermon notes, outlines, and drafts; printed sermons; scrapbooks; clipping files on various social, cultural, and religious issues, especially from the period 1890 to 1920; student notebooks Campbell kept when he was a student at Washington and Lee and Union Seminary; correspondence, speeches, and abstracts of minutes relating to the organization of the Synod of Appalachia from 1914 to 1915; and correspondence pertaining to PCUS home missions and church union from 1900 to 1940. Also included is correspondence pertaining to the Historical Foundation at Montreat and the Ruffner family from 1898 to 1942. Campbell inherited the Ruffner papers of Henry Ruffner and William Henry Ruffner through his first wife, Sarah Ruffner, and donated them to the Historical Foundation in 1928. Other items include reports to the pastor from the Women of First Presbyterian Church, Asheville, 1914-1916; a map of Mountain Mission Schools, circa 1915; and a County and Railroad map of Virginia and West Virginia, undated. The accession register of the Presbyterian Archive indicates the papers were a gift of Robert F. Campbell, donated in 1940; the scrapbooks were donated by his wife in 1952. The incoming correspondence in Box 1 was removed from two deteriorating box files and foldered; the original order of two alphabetically arranged series was maintained.
Located in Special Collections, Row 4, Sections 1-2. Oversize materials in OS file cabinet.

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Biographical Information

Robert Fishburne Campbell was associated with the First Presbyterian Church in Asheville, North Carolina for over fifty years, as pastor (1892-1938) and pastor emeritus (1938-1947), a period when he was a leading figure in the religious and civic life of Asheville and Appalachia.

Campbell was born in 1858 in Lexington Virginia, where his father was chair of chemistry and geology at Washington College (now Washington & Lee University), and Robert E. Lee was a neighbor. He graduated from Washington & Lee in 1879 with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and the following year received a Master of Arts. After teaching for three years, Campbell attended Virginia’s Union Theological Seminary and was ordained on May 18, 1885.

Between 1885 and 1889 Campbell served at Millboro and Windy Cove churches in Bath County, VA. He was then pastor of the Davidson College Church at Davidson, NC from 1889 - 1890, and later pastor at Buena Vista Church in Virginia from 1890-1892. In 1892, Campbell moved to Asheville, preaching his first sermon at First Presbyterian Church on December 11, 1892, one day before his thirty-fourth birthday.

In 1892, the Mecklenburg Presbytery in the Synod of North Carolina covered the area from east of Charlotte to the North Carolina-Tennessee line. The mountain churches were financially weaker than other churches in the presbytery, with the First Church of Asheville being the only self-supporting church in the area. A movement, initiated by Campbell and others, called for a new presbytery and in 1896 the Asheville Presbytery, covering the eleven mountain counties of North Carolina, was organized at a meeting held the First Presbyterian Church.

Campbell was a key figure in the organization of the Synod of Appalachia, beginning with a 1913 address where Campbell argued for a synod covering an area of the southern Appalachians to unify work in the mountains and allow intensification of home missions in the region. Over the next two years the Synods of North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and Kentucky formulated a proposal based on Campbell’s idea. This resulted in the new Synod of Appalachia being organized in Bristol, Tennessee on November 2, 1915, where Campbell preached the opening sermon and was elected moderator of the Synod.

Robert Campbell was also an important civic leader. During his years in Asheville, Campbell sought to improve race relations and was chairman of the Interracial Committee of Asheville for over twenty-five years. He was a trustee of Union Theological Seminary, Virginia, for over forty years, and was also a trustee of King College in Bristol, Tennessee, as well as being an active participant in shaping the policies of Montreat College in North Carolina. In January of 1904, Campbell worked with his friend Reverend Robert Smith to open Mountain Orphanage in Black Mountain, North Carolina. By the end its twenty-third year the orphanage had cared for more than four hundred children.

As a member of the Pen and Plate Club of Asheville, Campbell often read papers that he had prepared, and his 1909 paper on “The Children’s Court” led to the establishment of the Asheville Juvenile Court, later the Domestic Relations Court of Buncombe County.

Campbell published extensively. Among his more well- known publications are, The Race Problem in the South, Mission Work Among the Mountain Whites, Classification of the Mountain Whites, The Church Fair and Its Congeners, The Dog in Literature, The Use and Abuse of Animals, and Sunday Laws and Liberty. His interest in animal rights resulted in the formation of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. On December 12, 1937 stepped down as pastor of First Church. The Asheville Citizen-Times published a tribute to Campbell and to his years as, "a spiritual influence in Asheville..…..for forty-five years he has been the most constant spiritual influence in Asheville, a religious force in the changing denominational life of this community."

Campbell was married twice, firstly in 1885 to Sarah Montgomery Ruffner, a marriage that bore one son, William Henry Ruffner, who was born in 1890. Sarah Campbell died in Asheville on August 20, 1917. Campbell’s second marriage, on June 18, 1919 was to Julia T. Berryman of Shelbyville, Kentucky. Robert and Julia had one son, Robert Fishburne Jr. who was born January 10, 1921.

Campbell died, April 3, 1947 and was buried at Riverside Cemetery in Asheville.


Craig, Edward Marshall. Highways and Byways of Appalachia; a Study of the Work of the Synod of Appalachia of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. Kingsport, TN: Kingsport Press, 1927.

McCoy, George W. The First Presbyterian Church, Asheville, N.C., 1794-1951. Asheville, NC: First Presbyterian Church, 1951.

First Presbyterian Church (Asheville, NC), The Rev. Robert F. Campbell, D.D. : in observance of two anniversaries, 1941, the Internet Archive, accessed January 30, 2015, https://archive.org/details/revrobertfcampbe00firs

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

UNC Asheville Special Collections and University Archives

Ramsey Library, CPO # 1500
One University Heights
Asheville, North Carolina, 28804-8504

Access Information

The collection is open for research. Any display, publication, or public use must credit the D.H. Ramsey Library, Special Collections, University of North Carolina at Asheville. Copyright retained by the creators of certain items in the collection, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Custodial History

In February 2010 the papers of Robert F. Campbell were transferred from the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia to the University of North Carolina Asheville at the request of the Campbell and Ruffner families.

Accruals Note

No additional accruals are expected.

Processing Information

The collection was processed by Montana Eck in 2015.

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Collection Inventory

Box 1- Incoming Correspondence 

Folder 1 

Adams, Crosby, March 25 1934 

Alexander, Serena D, December 19 1933 

Anderson, Neal L, October 28 1930 

Anderson, Neal L, March 25 1931 

(Allen, PR)?, January 17 1928 

Anderson, Neal L., September 26 1927 

Anderson, Neal L., November 25 1916 

Ansel, Martin L. (Governor), March 15 1909 

Folder 2 

Bedinger, Robert, December 28 1915 

(Brown, Harvey?), September 8 1934 

Bowl-by, Harry L, September 12 1933 

Bowl-by, Harry L, May 20 1933 

Buckham, John, November 19 1928 

Bingham, R, Colonel, June 18 1902 

Bush, Carolyn B 

Bishop, Edward Hodge, October 13 1919 

Brooke, (J.R)?, April 26 1899 

Bocock, Willis H, January 21 1906 

Bingham, Robert, March 14 1908 

Beveridge, Albert, Senator, March 14 1908 

Buford, December 4 1899 

Bailry, JW, March 11 1907 

Brown, W.G, January 2 1912 

Brown, W.G, January 3 1912 

Brown, W.G, January 4 1912 

Brown, W.G, February 17 1912 (Thank you letter concerning "justice of the negroes" and "Colored clergy") 

(Brown, William Garret), February 24, 1912 

Brown, William, March 1912 

Brown, W.G, Wednesday 

Brown, W.G., Jan 19, 1913 (Letter to Colonel Bingham) 

Brown, William Garret, (Date Unknown) (10 Pages) 

Campbell, Robert, (Date Unknown) (Letter to the Editor of the "Citizen" about disease that has besieged the city of Asheville) 

Ervin, J.O Reverend., February 20 1920, (Complaint raised by Reverend Ervin to Reverend Campbell about his joking that Ervin was praying the "Flu" away) 

Campbell, Robert (Rev). February 22 1920 (Apology Letter from Campbell to Reverend Ervin regarding the Flu Pandemic in Asheville) 

Ervin, J.O (Rev.), February 25 1920 (Letter acknowledging the apology from Campbell) 

Campbell, Robert. (Date Unknown) (Draft of Article for Asheville Citizens describing Rev. Ervin and Rev. Campbell's position on the Flu pandemic) 

Folder 3 

Clarkson, Heriot (Associate Justice- NC Supreme Court), March 30 1933, 

Cloit, JR, December 31 1934 

Clarkson, Heriot (Associate Justice- NC Supreme Court), March 25 1933 

Caldwell, Eugene, October 18 1924 

Colburn, Burnham, Feb 1 1985 

Campbell, Robert (Rev.), May 11 1929 (Letter to Willis Collins) 

Campbell, H.D., January 17 1927 (Letter from his Robert Campbell's brother, Harry) 

Campbell, James & Julia, November 19 1928 

Caldwell, E.C, June 15 1928 

Campbell, Robert (Rev.), November 9 1918 (Letter to President Woodrow Wilson discussing the placement of William Bryan on the Peace Commission following the end of WWI) 

Bryan, William Jennings, November 10 

Bryan, William Jennings, January 25 1919 

Bryan, William Jennings, Tuesday 

Bryan, William Jennings, Thursday Night 

Bryan, William Jennings, Sunday Afternoon 

Bryan, William Jennings, April 3 1918 

Bryan, William Jennings, Saturday Afternoon 

Bryan, William Jennings, April 4 1918 

(Cobb, E.R.)?, December 12 1917 

(Carler, Franklin)?, December 31 1916 

Cannon, John F., January 25 1916 

Davis, Emily, April 9 1926 (Letter from the Biltmore House) 

Campbell, E., June 4 

"John", January 26 1908 (Lexington, Virginia) 

Chester, S.H., October 6 1906 (Response praising Campbell on his lecture on Dogs) 

Chester, S.H., April 13 1907 (Letters pleading Campbell to set up a convention on animal creation and kindness to dogs) 

Folder 4 

Chapman, J. Wilbur (Rev.), January 8 1916 

(Grover, Edwin O.)?, August 29 1935 (Banners Elk) 

Faucette Company, February 15 1934 (Bristol, Tennessee) 

Faucette, J.D., February 19 1931 (President of Faucette Company asking Campbell's opinion on new President of King College) 

(Fainhoth, Fanny C.)?, March 10 1916 

(-, Mollie), May 14 1917 

Eggleston, J.D., February 13 1901 (Asking Dr. Campbell about his interest in becoming President of Washington and Lee) 

Deuton, Adelaide, November 19 1933 

Dysarh, Grace S., November 18 

"Devoted Sister___?", July 9 1899 

Davis, Noah K., April 19 1903 

(Fay)?, September 18 (Letter to Sally) 

DuBois, Patterson, December 20 1906 (Letter to Campbell discussing his beliefs on dogs and included a pamphlet showing books published by DuBois) 

Eggleston, J.D Jr, August 7 1900 (Letter to Mrs. Campbell) 

Eggleston, J.D Jr, June 7 1906 (The Dog in Literature and Life) 

Eggleston, J.D Jr, March 23 1908, (Department of Public Instruction in the Commonwealth of Virginia) 

Faucette, J.D 

Frissell, H.B., April 17 1900 (Letter to attend a conference on Southern Education in Hampton Virginia) (Guests include Booker T. Washington) 

Faster, Ellen, May 6 1907 

Fainhoth, Fanny C, June 13 1906 

Fainhoth, Fanny C. November 10 1902 

Folder 5 

Hill, John P., April 1 1937 (Letter congratulating Campbell on his retirement) 

Henry, Charles W., December 20 1933 (Letter from President of King College) 

Henry, Chas W., February 16 1934 

Henry, Chas W., February 17 1934 (Attached Testimonials) 

Junkin, William F., November 14 1933 (Sutsien, North Kiangsu, China) 

(-, W.L.), Date Unknown, (Attached Christmas program for Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City) 

(-, J.J), December 2 1928 

Giffe, Sarah D., October 3 1928 (176 Merrimon Avenue) 

Grudger, Harlen, September 3 __ 

"Gordon", November 10 

Graham, C.E., December 9 1902 (C.E Graham Company, Cotton and Woollen Goods, Greenville S.C) 

Hunt, Cochrane (Chairman), November 30 1934 

Hunt, Cochrane, Date Unknown 

Hunt, Cochrane, March 8 1935, (3 Pages) 

Letter to Edward D. Grant (Unsigned) November 30 1934 

Hunt, Cochrane, March 12 1935 

Hunt, Cochrane, November 26 1934 

Henry, Charles W., August 18 1933 

(Mrs. Fred), March 3 1933 

Hill, John P., October 10 1930 

Hill, John P, April 29 1929 (Attached Program on National Army Day) 

Hill, John P., November 15 1928 (Attached bulletin discusses Military Order) 

Hill, John P., October 28 1928 (Military order of the World War with attached Newspaper Article) 

Curry, A.B., May 3 1922 

Folder 6 

General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church Extract, May 1916 (Atlantic City, NJ) 

General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church Extract, May 22 1916 (Atlantic City, New Jersey) 

Fairley, W.M, January 14 1922 

Fairley, W.M (Pastor), January 14 1922 (Mexican Work issues in El Paso, Texas) 

Leslie, J.D, January 12 1922 (Issues with Mexican work in El Paso) 

Curry, A.B, Date Unknown (Hotel Chatham, New York) 

Curry, A.B, Date Unknown (Hotel Chatham, New York) 

Summey, George, November 20 1921 

Voss, Louis, January 18 1922 

McMillan, Adam, December 14 1921 (New Orleans Case) 

Folder 7 

Minutes of Joint meeting of Committee, November 29 1921 (6 Pages discussing complaints) 

Minutes of Joint Meeting of Presbyterian general Assembly, April 12 1922 

The El Paso Case (Discussions and rulings on Mexican involvement in the Presbyterian Church 

Bradshaw, F.A, January 10 1922 The Springdale Case 

Bradshaw, F.A., April 22 1922 (Washburn Presbytery) 

Letter between Rev. B.A Hodges and Chairman L.H __ (November 19, 1918) 

Cecil, Russell, December 13 1921 

Cecil, Russell, January 5 1922 

Folder 8 

Morris, S.L. December 24 1918 (Statement of Account with the Appalachia Synod) 

Glass, Lilerd, December 24 1918 

Hudson, Hugh (Rev.), January 3 1918 

Folder 9 

Hemphill, H.B., September 1 1916 

Hemphill, H.B., February 8 1901 

Harrison, James H., December 31 1908 

Department of the Interior, March 11 1903 (Letter to Dr. W.H Ruffner discussing Annual Reports to be sent to Rev. Campbell) 

Harrison, James A Harrison, June 6 1906 

Laniel, Mary, June 8 1906 

(Demphill, Charles R.)?, June 1 1908 

Folder 10 

Johnson, Alice, December 25 

(___, Andrew) April 5 1914, (Boston Herald) 

Jones, J. Boyd, December 15 1926 

Long, Stewart H. January 29 1937 

General Education Board, New York City, April 20 1917 (Letter From Robert Campbell) 

Loney, Henry E., April 13, 1899 ( The Race Problem) 

Lambeth, W.A., November 28 1933 

King, Mattie C., November 13 1933 (Destruction of Hurricane) 

Lee, Winifred, October 2 1928 

(Hornston, Catherine), September 3 1923 

(Langhorne, Ann), April 10 1899 (Letter to Sally) 

Lyman, C.E., June 1 1906 

Willee L. ___, June 9 1906 

McAfee, Cleland Boyd, January 27 1937 

Maclean, John A., August 29 1934 

Lingle, Walter L., August 3 1921 

King, E.W., May 10 1933 (E.W. King Company) 

McCartney, Clarence Edward, September 8 1916 

Mack, Edward (June 27 1937) 

Lucey, Mary, March 28 

Folder 11 

McCorkle, W.M (Rev.), May 13 1931 

McGeachy, D.P., February 18 1933 

Morton, Kemp R., January 30 1933 

Morton, Kemp R., January 21 1933 

McCorkle, W.M (Rev.), November 11 1932 (Attached Newspaper Clippings) 

Millholland, Bonnie, October 26 1932 

Moore, A.W, August 28 1917 

Moore, W.W, August 18 1924 (2 Letters) 

Moore, W.W, June 6 1906 

Moore, W.W, September 6 1924 

Moore, W.W, February 26 1925 

Moore, W.W, April 26 1922 

Moore, W.W, January 20 1925 

Moore, W.W, February 18 1926 

Moore, W.W, September 24 1925 

McAllister, J. Gray, December 6 1930 

Morrison,July 1906 (Wachovia Loan Trust Company) 

Marlitt, Henrietta, October 4 1932 

Miller, C., February 12 1930 

Church Pamphlet with writing from February 9th 

McGarith, February 12 1925 

Minor, Charles Dr., August 15 1928 

Martin, William Joseph, July 1 1929 (President of Davidson College) 

McGeachy, A.A, July 13 

McClure, James G.K, July 28 1928 

McClure, James G.K., March 28 1907 

(?), December 14 1925 

Minor, Charles, May 21 1921 

Moorefield, Nancy L., April 19 1917 (Nancy's Response to Robert's initial letter) 

Moorefield, Nancy L., April 20 1917 (Campbell addressing woman who was removed from Montreat) 

Morse, Mary Hull, April 20 1917 

Miller, Ellen P., November 1899 

Mack, Edward, May 25 1915 

Meaus, C.W., June 14 1906 

McClure, James G.K, June 4 1906 

Mitchell, Henry, June 3 1906 

McEntire, E.M., July 12 1899 

Meyer, Nelson Dr., March 30 1907 

Folder 12 

Montgomery, E.F, March 16 1937 

Magill, R.E, March 25 1936 

Magill, R.E, February 6 1936 

Greshbit, Paul Noblitt, January 3 1935 

Hill, John P, September 9 1935 

McGeachy, D.P., November 25 1933 

McCallie, T.S., April 7 1931 

"Lucy", May 12 1899 

Neel, J.M., March 11 1907 

Overman, Lee S, April 7 1909 (United States Senate, Washington D.C.) 

Mcilwain, William E., March 5 1906 

Folder 13 

McMillian, Anne, May 2 1922 

Oglesby, Stuart R, December 12 1935 

Folder 14 

Purcell, John Edwin, December 3 1926 (Request for Campbell to send letter to Governor McLean on Evolution) (Includes Campbell's response which advises against the removal of the teaching of evolution in schools) 

Peaves, James O., August 5 1933 

(Parthund, J.L.)? 

Pritchard, Jeter C., February 28 1901 (U.S. Senator) 

Pritchard, Jeter C., October 9 1908 (Senator) 

Patton, Martha B., November 

Penniman, Josiah H., June 14 1906 (Dean- University of Pennsylvania) 

A.M.P, February 20 1901 (James Island SC) 

Pointa, G.W., May 18 1917 

Purcell, J.E., August 29 1934 

Folder 15 

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, September 24 1935 (President of the United States asking Campbell to write him about where social programs will most benefit Asheville) 

Reynolds, Robert R., February 21 1934 (Senator from North Carolina, Liquor Sales on Sunday) 

Rogers, George Floyd (Rev.), September 13 1934 

Richardson, Donald W., February 6 1936 

Ross, H.L, April 5 1933 (Fear of Oxford Group) 

Robinson, Mary C., January 22 1918 

(Ravenel, Prilean)?, October 15 1931 

Reavis, J.O., June 1 1906 

Folder 16 

Smith, Egbert W., June 11 1925 (Campbell's election to the Executive Committee of Foreign Missions) 

Sides, Jr. ___, October 4 1932 (Asheville High School Student Council) 

Smith, R.O., November 29 1933 

Ralston, Harris P., March 19 1928 (Letter Written From Campbell) 

Stevens, William L., February 11 1901 (Wants information on Mountain People, New York City) 

Sale, W.H., May 8 1899 

Slee, Robert E., November 8 1899 

Scales, A.M., July 6 1916 

Swope, R.R., November 16 

Scratchley, H.P., December 13 1931 

Speer, Robert 

Smith, William Eugene, March 22 1937 

Sizoo, Joseph r., December 6 1934 

Smith, R.P., April 7 1899 

Stevenson, W.T., May 2 1922 

June 12 

"Record of Christian Work" (2 Pages) 

____, G.B., March 25 1902 

Smith, Ada K., January 9 1904 

Salmon, L.A., January 25 1900 

Smith, Alphonso, June 3 1906 (UNC Chapel Hill Professor) 

Folder 17 

Trotter, Mel, November 16 1927 

November 10 1906 

Folder 18 

Waugh, H., April 22 

Wylie, Lelia Marguerite, January 6 1916 

Westall, Henry A., January 15 1938 

Washer, Paul W., April 5 1937 

Wood, Byrd Henderson, February 21 1935 

Thompson, W. Taliaferro, July 25 1928 

(Turelele)?, May 3 1927 

Tennent, Chas Gallard 

Vorhees, Foster M., January 13 1902 (Nephew has consumption, Wants Dr. Campbell to find him a good Boarding House) 


Urdahl, Thomas K., July 1 1909 

Denny, George H (President of Washington and Lee University. Report on class count, enrollment, new courses, etc) 

Vonhess, Foster M., January 17 1902 

Trimmbull, C.L., February 23 1916 

Vance, James J., November 27 1931 

Westall, J.M. 

Williamson, W.B., January 10 1929 

White, Wilbert W., November 17 1928 (Attached Photograph) 

Winston, R.W., July 4 1928 (The Manor at Albemarle Park, Asheville) 

Wick, (Albert?) B., August 8 1906 (Department of the Interior, United States Indian Service) 

White, W., October 31 1899 

Warfield, B.B., June 9 1906 

Folder 19 

Yost, Robert, February 6 1934 

Williams, J.S (Rev.), November 19 1933 

Wilmer, William Holland, December 2 1935 (Dr. Campbell made it home safely with his "new eye") 

White, Wilbert W., September 19 1935 

Folder 20 

Burrell, W.S., January 6 1888 


Mother, December 1890 

Testimonials/Letters of Recommendation from Washington and Lee University 

?,?, (5 Pages) 

Brown, Aubrey N., February 21 1946 (Attached Newspaper Clipping from May 13 1946) 

Broughton, J Melville, September 30 1942 (Governor of North Carolina) 

Bailey, Josiah W., July 12, 1941 (Attached Speech "Price of Peace") (Senator and N.C. Chairman) 

Folder 21 

Coleman, James, June 27 1917 

Campbell, Leslie Lyle, August 19 1942 

Campbell, Leslie Lyle, August 4 1942 

Campbell, Leslie Lyle, April 15 1934 

Campbell, Leslie Lyle, December 3 1934 

Campbell, Leslie Lyle, February 29 1936 

Clemons, Harry, June 13 1940 (UVA Librarian) 

Nephew, February 3 1940 (John. L. Campbell) 

Elizabeth, November 14 1938 (Niece) 

Campbell, Robert, November 22 1938 (Copy of letter to Edmund Campbell) 

Campbell, Robert, May 11 1939 

Folder 22 

Eggleston, J.D., February 18 1938 

Diell, Charles E., May 29 1941 

Dold, W.E., March 5 1939 (Attached Response from Robert Campbell, March 10 1939) 

Folder 23 

Glasgow, Tom, February 5 1941 

?, John M., January 20 1946 (Hotel Russell, NYC) 

Presbyterian General Assembly Investigation into Erroneous Doctrines produced by E.T. Thompson. May 1941 

A Statement For and Against Dr. Thompson- Tom Glasgow (Inside are several newspaper articles from the 1940s detailing "revolts" in the Presbyterian Church) 

Folder 24 

Green, J.B., June 21 1946 

Jacobs, Robert P., August 13 1941 

Jacobs, Robert P., August 20 1941 

Robinson, S Dr., August 19 1941 

Campbell, Robert, August 23 1941 (Campbell's response to Dr. Robinson) 

Glenn, John M., December 8 1936 

Gordon, Chan N., Christmas 1932 

Hawthorne, W.L., Date Unknown (Colton Manor, Atlantic City) 

Gaines, Francis P., January 7 1939 

Folder 25 

Hoover, Herbert, November 26 1945 (Former President of the United States asking for a monetary donation for the Boys' Club of America) 

Jaroshevich, K., November 28 1945 

Hammond, George B., March 24 1945 

Robinson, Dr. S., August 28 1941 

Henderson, LeRoy G., September 6 1940 

Henrich, Burton J., March 14 1939 (Includes Campbell's Response) 

Howe, Jas. Lewis, September 6 1941 

Howe, Jas. Lewis, July 5 1939 

Greene, Ronald, December 8 1939 (Letter to withdraw from the church because he was not chosen to be the Presbyterian's Architect) (Includes a response from Campbell) 

Lacey, B.R. Jr., February 12 1941 

Robert Campbell Letter to Reverend Lacey 

Robert Campbell Letter to Rev. W.M McPheters 

Letters to Chas. G Rose from Robert Campbell 

(Braves, N.S.)?, December 17 1888 

Robert Campbell Letter to Unknown Recipients, April 4 1936 

Robert (Son), Wednesday Night (Washington and Lee) 

Robert Campbell letter to Editor of the Citizen Times 

Caldwell, J.W., October 5 1937 

Bailey, Josiah W., August 31 1940 (Letter discussing German Invasion and possible invasion of Britain) 

Bailey, Josiah W., October 4 1940 (continued Conversation about the impeding World War) 

Campbell letter to Josiah Bailey begging the Senate to consider aid to Britain before Germany conquers Europe 

Letter from Robert Campbell to Dr. James Lewis Howe 

Harrison, H.H., December 13 1932 

Hardie, James F., October 15 1932 

B.F and Jane S. Hall, December 20 1932 

Hill, D.W., December 13 1932 

Heurie, Mary, December 10 1932 

Henry, Charles W., August 8 1932 

Hunt, J Cochran, November 7 1934 

Hunt, J Cochran, March 1 1935 

Hunt, J Cochran, November 20 1934 

Hill, John P., October 29 1934 

Hill, John Sprunt, July 8 1934 

Hunt, J Cochrane, September 1 1934 

Hutchison, W.S., May 6 1939 

Hunter, W.M., January 7 1935 

Hill, John P, May 23 1929 

Johnson, A.S., February 12 1938 

Johnston, Thos. P, January 25 1940 

Hows, Jas. Lewis, June 29 1939 

Howe, Jas. Lewis, June 21 1939 

Folder 26 

Children of the Mountain Orphanage, December 12 1946 (Black Mountain Orphanage, 4 Pages) 

Folder 27 

Thompson, Ernest Trice, May 12 1932 

Folder 28 

Liston, R.T.L., December 12 1945 

Folder 29 

Lacy, B.R. JR, August 24 1945 

Lacy, B.R. JR, September 22 1945 

Lacy, B.R Jr, August 1 1945 

Keller, Helen, June 3 1944 (Well-known Blind author and activist) 

Kissling, Albert, October 25 1943 

Mrs. H.J. Krenner, January 6 1943 

Lilly, Mary Guerrant, June 8 1939 (2 attached newspaper clippings) 

Lingle, Walter L., March 1 1939 

Lacy, B.R. Jr., December 22 1932 

Laudline, M.B., June 11 1933 

McGaughey, Janie W., May 14 1932 

Leslie, J.D., May 11 1935 

"This Christian Sabbath" April 21 1935 

Lacy, B.R. JR, February 16 1939 

Folder 30 

McDougall, E.D., November 21 1932 

McPheters, W.M., May 31 1932 

Merrimon, James G., December 18 1945 

McClure, Edwin, December 11 1945 

McCorkle, Fred S., November 6 1945 

Tom, January 25 1945 

Merrimon, James G., December 12 

McMillan, Homer M., October 24 1944 

McCorkle, Fred S., October 9 1944 

McMillan, Homer, June 10 1944 

Miles, Herbert D., February 2 1942 

Merrimon, Allen J., June 30 1917 

Milledner, M.C., January 18 

McAllister, J Gray, February 17 1941 

McAfee, Cleland B., October 9 1941 

McAfee, Cleland B.,October 16 1941 

McAfee, Cleland B., December 11 1940 

McAfee, Cleland B., December 13 1939 

McAfee, Cleland B., December 11 1938 

Merrimon, James G., July 31 1940 

Excerpt from 'How Far May Christians Diverge From Jesus?" 

Lacy, B.R. Jr, April 29 1932 

Letter from Robert Campbell to Reverend McPheeters 

April 20 1932- Letter from Campbell to McPheeters 

Lacy, B.R. Jr, May 4 1932 

Letter to Reverend Lacy from Reverend McPherson 

Letter to Reverend Lacy from Reverend McPherson 

McPheeters, W.M., May 6 1932 

McPheeters, W.M., April 18 1932 

McPheeters, W.M., April 27 1932 

Lacy, B.R. Jr., May 12 1932 

Letter from B.R. Lacy to W.M. McPheeters 

McPheeters, W.M., May 3 1932 

McCorkle, William P., April 20 1931 

McConnell, Bessie, December 12 1932 

Magill, R.E., November 14 1935 

Miller, P.D., September 10 1934 

McAfee, Cleland Boyd, February 7 1939 

Folder 31 

Owen, C.P., January 22 1946 

Nones, W.C., September 14 1892 

Nones, W.C, September 5 1892 

Nornbury, Jason, April 2 1942 

Ogden, Dunbar H., December 15 1932 

Folder 32 

Peck. E., October 12 1885 

Peck, E., December 16 1886 

Peck, E., June 23 1890 

Pierce, P. Frank, June 27 1890 

Pierce, P. Frank, June 26 1890 

Peel, Sarah, June 21 1932 

Ging, Woodrow, September 27 1932 

Price, P. Frank, September 27 1932 

Prictaheit, Janice P., December 12 1932 

Purcell, J.E., May 13 1935 

Paisley, Henry S., December 13 1938 

Reynolds, L.R., September 8 1941 

Thompson, Ernest Trice, January 4 1933 

Letter to Henry H Sweets from Robert Campbell 

Letter from Campbell to J.G. Merrimon (Attached Newspaper articles discussing "Selling on Sundays") 

Price, P. Frank, July 15 1945 

Folder 33 

Ramsey, Hiden, April 27 1946 

Letter to Dr. Jos. K. Roberts from Robert Campbell, December 1 1939 

Roberts, Joseph K., November 14 1939 

Ramage, Edward V., January 10 1933 

Birthday Card from Mary R 

Ramsey, Alice M., December 11 1932 

Rhoads, W.S., October 28 1935 

Reynolds, L.R., December 30 1937 

Robertson, Reuben B., June 10 1938 

Rones, Benjamin, January 6 1939 

Folder 34 

Clarkson, Heriot, August 11 1932 (Attached copy of Campbell's letter asking the Supreme Court to keep the Sunday Sabbath a Holy Day) 

N.C. Code of 1931- Article IV #19 (Sundays and Holidays) 

Howland, Stanley, May 2 1934 (Attached Newspaper Articles) 

Newspaper Article on Sunday Law April 1934 

"Sunday Matters"- Charles Herbert Huestis 

State v. Bob Freshwater, 183 N.C., 762 (Filed April 5 1922) 

Rainey, Hiram W., April 20 1934 

Wamboldt, Wickes, April 20 1934 

Wamboldt, Wickes, April 24 1934 (Mayor of Asheville) 

Merrimon, James G., September 21 1932 

Campbell to J.G. Merrimon- October 21 1932 

Campbell to J.G Merrimon in regards to Sunday Ordinances passed in Charlotte- September 25 1932 

Merrimon, J.G., October 22 1932 

Merrimon, J.G., September 19 1932 

Observance of Sunday in Winston-Salem 

Sunday Observance in Greensboro 

Russell, A.V., October 2 1932 

Glasgow, Tom, September 21 1932 

Two newspaper articles on Sunday Selling Laws 

Read, Edgar, August 17 1932 (Prohibiting the playing of games on Sunday) 

Read, Edgar, August 18 1932 

Read, Edgar, August 18 1932 

Sunday Laws of the State of New York (1909-1910) 

Copy of letter written to Jessee H Buell from Henry T Sharp 

Dunn, R.A., September 20 1932 

Code of the City of Charlotte- 1914 (Banning the sell of Soda-Water, Cigars on Sunday is Forbidden) 

Sibley, Samuel H., April 12 1939 

Letter of the Legalization of Sport on Sunday 

Folder 35 

Shoemaker, Don. C., June 17 1946 

Spence, T.H. Jr., July 6 1944 

Sweets, Henry S., March 16 1944 

Arrowood, W.W., September 30 1943 

Smith, Whitefoord J., June 18 1917 

Smith, Egbert W., August 31 1942 

Smith, Egbert W., August 24 1942 

Sweets, Henry H., July 2 1941 

Smith, Egbert W., February 10 1943 

Smith, Egbert W., April 2 1940 

Smith, Mary Reade, September 17 1939 

Smith, Egbert W., November 9 1932 

Smith, Egbert W., June 16 1932 

Sharp, J.H. 

Smith, Wade C., November 25 1932 

Smith, Wade C., October 15 1932 

Swartz, Phillip Allen, February 13 1935 

Photo: China 1933 

Photo: China University May 1933 

Stevens, Thornton, February 17 1934 

Roberts, Joseph K., November 10 1939 

Rickenbacker, Eddie, April 9 1945 

Paisley, E.B., December 20 1932 

Oscsenreiter, Eugene C., December 12 1945 

McCorkle, Fred S., October 6 1943 

Folder 36 

Vance, Joseph A., November 26 1945 

Thompson, Ernest, September 13 1946 

Tenney, Mrs. S.M., January 29 1940 

Taylor, W.H., March 7 (Attached is Campbell's Reply) 

Tipton, Ida, December 11 1932 

Thompson, Ernest Trice, December 30 1932 

Tenney, S.M., December 10 1932 

Tenney, S.M., October 17 1931 

Tenney, S.M., October 7 1931 

Tenney, S.M., October 16 1931 

Taylor, James H., January 15 1935 

Horn, Isaac Van, October 22 1938 

Horn, Isaac Van, November 29 1938 

Winchester, James R., March 16 1939 (Attached Newspaper Clippings) 

Woodard, Dorothy George, April 6 1939 

Norvall, Annabel, December 12 

Worley, Fannie Lyttle, December 12 1932 

Willey, John H., June 29 1932 

Walker, W.J., June 22 1932 

Walker, H.J.,December 15 1942 

Williams, J.S., November 26 1935 

Whitlow, Dick, March 13 1938 

Woodard, Jim, February 14 1937 

Uleeford, E.T., July 5 1946 

Way, William, May 25 1945 

Wadsworth, James. W., January 14 1944 

Folder 37 

Way, William, April 10 1943 

Way, William, December 13 1940 

Way, William, April 22 1942 

Webb, Bruce, July 6 1917 (Army and Navy Young Men's Christian Association) 

Westall, J.M., October 11 1940 

Brown, Samuel & Larson, Robert L., November 1884 

Weaver, Zebulon , August 9 1940 (Congressman from North Carolina's 11th District) 

White, WIlbert W., August 2 1929 

Young, Thomas Kay, June 11 1945 

Folder 38 

Tenney, S.M., November 10 1927 

Tenney, S.M., December 13 1927 

Tenney, S.M.,December 23 1927 

Tenney, S.M., February 16 1928 

Chester, S.H., April 30 1928 

Tenney, S.M., June 9 1928 

Tenney, S.M., July 13 1928 

Tenney, S.M., September 6 1928 

Tenney, S.M., September 6 1928 

Tenney, S.M., February 6 1929 

Chester, S.H., April 4 1929 

Tenney, S.M., December 2 1929 

Tenney, S.M., November 23 1927 

Folder 39 

Newspaper Clippings on the Portrait of William H. Ruffner. Created by Professor J.D. Eggleston 

Folder 40 

Perry, George C., 1937 (Governor of Virginia invitation to Dr. Campbell to join the Virginia Capital Bicentennial) 

Folder 41 

Letter to President Elect Woodrow Wilson from Dr. Campbell asking for continuations of the traditions of the Sabbath. December 31 1912 

Folder 42 

Letter from Robert Campbell to Miss Polly Eofy 

Tribute to Reverend R.P. Smith 

Folder 43 

Copy of Scrapbook Cover ( I wish my scrapbook deposited with the Presbyterian Reformed Historical Foundation in Montreat, NC) 

The Bulletin of the New York Sabbath Committee (June-July 1930) 

TIPS Presents "The Good Samaritan" 

Folder 44 

Knowles, G.B., August 27 1927 

Multiple Newspaper Clippings from Christian Observer on El Dorado 

Christian Observer Newspaper Clippings on Robert Campbell being elected Moderator 

Large Image of the General Assembly meeting in El Dorado 

Personal Letter from "Bob" and more Newspaper Clippings on Campbell's Election as Moderator 

Presbyterian Standard- "The General Assembly at El Dorado" 

Newspaper Clippings and Copy of Christian Observer 

Folder 45 

Newspaper Article on Completion of the Church of Pilgrims 

Letter and Photos Describing the Pilgrim Church in Washington D.C 

Report of the AD Interim Committee on the Lord's Day Alliance 

Telegram Packet Describing the El Dorado General Assembly 

Speech Prepared by Campbell for the General Assembly with A Newspaper Clipping Regrading the Pilgrim Church on the Back 

Witnessing at Washington by Robert F. Campbell 

Photo of David. G. Wolfe 

Church of the Pilgrims Newspaper Clippings including mention of Campbell's Address at Ground breaking 

Newspaper Clippings of Moderator Campbell's Speech at Groundbreaking of Pilgrim Church in D.C 

Folder 46 

Doty, A.F., October 4 1927 

Lyons, J Sprole., February 16 1928 

Casper, Mary, Date Unknown 

Willis, R.B. 

Campbell Acceptance of Church of Asheville, July 2 1893 

Letter Asking Campbell to become Reverend of the First Church of Asheville in 1892 

Newspaper Clipping on the Formation on the Committee of Closer Relations 

Nickels, Andrew, September 21 1927 

Tenney, S.M. 

The Presbyterian Survey, August 1927 (The Report of the Survey Committee) 

Folder 47 

Freedom and Restraint- Robert F. Campbell (Ordering Card, Includes Recommendations) 

Long, R.C., September 30 1927 

"The Challenge of Present World Conditions"- Robert Campbell to the Associated Press on Sin 

Long, R.C., January 9 1928 (Congratulations on the Associated Press Publication) 

Campbell Article for the Presbyterian Survey. 

Newspaper Article from Etna, Maine in 1928 of the Associated Press Publication 

Ebbs, Roy T., January 11 1928 

The Tex.Mex Reflector Hats off to a Statesman Christian" (Article on the bravery of Campbell to ask for a second Church in Asheville) 

Folder 48 

Appalachia Appeal- "A Message from the Moderator". February 1928 

Letter from Campbell to "Every minister in Synod of Appalachia" about the raising of the Church Debt 

Three Newspaper Articles- "Will we do it?" from the Christian Observer in February 1928 "A Message From The Moderator"- Appalachia Appeal 1928 "Generous Donation to Historical Foundation"-Christian Observer, February 8 1928 

Tenney, S.M., Copy of letter sent from Mr. Tenney to Mrs. T.S. Morrison 

Caldwell, E, June 2 1927 

Henderlite, J.H., May 25 1927 

Hall, B.F., June 2 1927 

Hemphill. L.R., June 2 1927 

Lilly, Dr. Clay., June 25 1927 

McCaslin, Robert H., July 22 1927 

Henderson, WM. R, October 6 1927 

James Hay Jr., May 26 1927 

Martin, Paul, October 13 1927 

Cadman, Parkes S., June 11 1927 

Goodell, C.L., June 9 1927 

Nabers, Charles Haddon, March 8 1928 

March 25 1928, Moderator of the General Assembly Article 

Article on Historical Foundation of the Presbyterian and Reformed Churches (Dr. Ruffner and Dr. Campbell) 

Folder 49 

 folder Taylor, Helen and Ruth (Birthday Card) 

Tenney, S.M., September 28 1927 

Tenney, S.M., February 13 1928 

Tenney, S.M., October 6 1927 

Winsborough, W.C. Mrs., June 16 1927 

Howe, Ernest 

Williams, Harriet B., May 28 1927 

Folder 50 

Asheville Citizen. September 17 1929 "Kenilworth Inn Presbyterian Sunday School Class is Active Group" 

Asheville Citizen, August 28 1929 "Kenilworth to Get Sunday Class" 

"Rauschenberg Submits Report"- Asheville Citizen, February 27 1928 

Folder 51 

Winchester, James, May 20 1927 

Winchester, James, May 21 1927 

(Edman, Charles R)?, June 22 1927 

Waddell, Martin, May 28 1927 

(Reiger, Nee Morrison)?, May 26 1927 

Turnbull, Mrs. M. Ryerson, May 20 

(Larson, D.M.)?, June 13 1924 

Foster, J.S., May 14 1927 

Sprunt, Alexander, May 20 1927 

Swinehart, M.L., July 19 1927 

Talbot, Thos B., August 2 1927 

McMillan, Homer, May 28 1927 

Thompson, W. Taliaferro, May 27 1927 

Willis, John M., May 30 1927 

Hill, John P., June 8 1927 

Morris, S.L., June 6 1927 

Bird, A.R., June 1 1927 

Paxton, Gellatin, May 20 1927 

Minor, Charles L., May 28 1927 

Wartin,W., May 21 1927 

Scott, E.L., June 8 1927 

Nabers, Charles Hadden, May 28 1927 

Fainholt, Fanny C., September 8 1931 

Hancock, W. Scott, June 15 1927 

Whaling, Thornton, June 16 1922 

Taylor, James H., June 16 1927 

Folder 52 

Lacey, B.R. Jr., December 20 1927 

Webb, Bruce, Sunday Night 

Lee, Virginia, April 16 

Assembly Plans of Presbyterians Are Being Drawn- "The Atlanta Journal"- April 4 1928 

Folder 53 

Christianity A Unique Religion- "Presbyterian Standard"- May 26 1928 

Unknown, Undated 

The Register, April, May, June, 1928 (75th Anniversary)- Louisville Presbyterian Seminary 

The Louisville Presbyterian Seminary 75th Anniversary Celebration and Commencement , May 2 1928 

Folder 54 

Impressive Ordination Service is Held Sunday, April 22 1929 

Sunday, June 2 1929 (Morning Service-11 O'clock) Transcript of What Happened at Church This Day 

First Presbyterian Church. April 10 1930 (Budget and asking for donations to eliminate the debt) 

Hodges, Billy C., June 5 1928 

Asheville Citizens Times Articles, April 18 & 27 1930 (Dr. Campbell Lectures, What Do you Think?, Additional Elder Named at Meeting) 

One Mountain Work (Ushering in New Superintendent) June 1929 

Folder 55 

Union Announces Annual Event, April 20 1929 

Adams, W. Hoover, May 26 1930 

Daboy, Charles W., October 3 1931 

Caldwell, Walter L., May 9 1931 

White, Wilbert W., May 2 1930 

Bitzer, Geo L., April 28 1930 

Reformed Church Messenger, June 19 1930 (Sunday Laws and Liberty) (Discussed Campbell's Book "Freedom and Restraint" Discussing Sunday Laws) 

The Register Louisville Seminary (1930, High Praise of "Freedom and Restraint) 

Caldwell, Eugene C., March 24 1930 

Tucker, E.B., August 24 1931 

Lacy, B.R. Jr., January 30 1930 

White, Wilbert W., May 1 1930 

Clover, T.R., July 13 1930 

Hay, James Jr, July 13 1928 (Attached Newspaper Clipping on Campbell's Retirement) 

Presbyterian Standard, January 29 1930 (Sprunt Lectures at Union) (Freedom and Restraint) 

The Presbyterian of the South (The Moderator's Sermon) (Campbell Article on the Christian Religion) 

Asheville Citizen, "True to Form"- James Hay 

Review by LeRoy Gresham on Campbell's "Freedom and Restraint" 

The Presbyterian of the South, Date Unknown, "Sunday Laws and Liberty" (Review of the 5th chapter of Freedom and Restraint) 

May 23 1928, Newspaper Clipping on General Assembly Meeting 

White, Wilbert W., January 31 1928 

Christian Unity, Date Unknown. By: Wilbert W. White (President, The Biblical Seminary in New York) 

Findings of T.R. Glover, February 9 1928 (Psychology and Religion) 

The Tarheel Banker, January 1930 (Campbell Article Titled "January" discussing Janus and why Christians no longer look to Roman Gods but rather Jehovah) 

Folder 56 

Athletics Play Active Part in lives of Asheville Ministers, Asheville Citizen Times, February 12 1932 (Includes Cartoon by Pip Logan) 

Bob, January 19 1930 (Campbell's Son describing the moment his car caught on fire) 

TWC, June 26 1930 (The President of the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary) 

King College Bulletin, Commencement Announcement, 65th Annual Commencement (Campbell spoke at the Baccalaureate Service) 

Robert Campbell "Says Home Hurt by Women In Business" (Commencement Announcement at Davidson College) 

Folder 57 

Asheville Times, March 25 1936 (The R.P. Smith Memorial) 

Presbyterian Standard, December 21 1927 (A Great Forward Movement in Asheville) (Campbell's 35th Anniversary in Asheville) 

Dr. Campbell Urges His Church To Split in Two (35th Anniversary Celebration Newspaper Article) 

Notable Anniversaries, January 4 1933 (100th Anniversary of the Presbyterian Church of Asheville) 

Collection of Newspaper Articles on Campbell's 35th Anniversary at the Asheville Presbyterian Church (Catalogue of Washington and Lee University Folder) 

Williams, R. Murphy, May 28 1932 

Folder 58 

Order Forms for 'Freedom and Restraint" By Robert Campbell (2 Copies) 

Christianity Today, May 1931 (Numerous Harsh Reviews of "Freedom and Restraint") 

Diell, Charles E., July 1 1931 

George C., November 5 1931 

Blitzer, Geo L., June 27 1931 

Chester, S.H., Wednesday 

An Excerpt from a Letter by the Late Walter W. Moore 

Be Thinking For Today by George L. Blitzer, May 12 1931 

Broshman, Edwin, December 12 1931 

Haues, Chrisurau, June 3 1932 

Christianity Today, May 1931 (Reviews of Freedom and Restraint) 

Anderson, March 28 1931 (Positive Repose to Freedom and Restraint) 

Edman, Charles R., May 23 1931 (Attack of Christianity Today's attack on Campbell) 

Image of Cornelius Van Til (Man who wrote negative Article Regarding Campbell) 

Christianity Today Harsh Attack on Campbell's "Freedom and Restraint, March 1931 

Bitzer, Geo L., March 24 1931 (Defense of Freedom and Restraint) 

White, Wilbert W., April 14 1931 (Praise of Freedom and Restraint) 

Caldwell, Eugene C. (Newspaper Article Praising Freedom and Restraint) 

Bitzer, Geo. L., (Newspaper Article on Freedom and Restraint) 

Hammond, B., May 31 1931 (Freedom and Restraint) 

Letters to Dr. H. McAllister Griffiths (Editor of Christianity Today) 

Caldwell, E.C., April 10 1931 

Eggleston, J.D., April 13 1931 

Adams, W. Hoover, April 7 1931 

Wilson, Lyde C. (Birthday Card to Campbell) 

"Greetings from your alma mater" Washington and Lee 

Unknown Author, Unknown Date 

Martin, Elizabeth R. 

Christian Observer Positive Review of Freedom and Restraint 

Bitzer, Geo L., May 25 1931 

Riviere, William T., July 21 1930 

Buckham, John Wright, May 14 1930 

BBF, December 11 

Chester, S.H., Review of Freedom and Restraint 

Folder 59 

Asheville Times, (Responses to Bessie Young's critique of Dr. Campbell's belief that women should not be in the workplace) 

Morton, R. Kemp., January 25 1932 

Morton, R. Kemp, January 30 1932 

Anderson, Neal L., September 9 1930 

Price, P. Frank., November 24 1931 

Campbell, Harry September 28 1930 (Brother to Robert Campbell) 

JMV, December 23 1927 

John, January 13 1928 

Hay Watson Smith, October 8 1931 

Folder 60 

Various Newspaper Clippings and Correspondence on Probe Commission of Ministers' Association (Asheville Lawyers Bribing Jurors) 

Folder 61 

Picture of Ruffner Campbell Jr 

Folder 62 

Various Newspaper Articles on Campbell's Desire to Build 2nd Church in Asheville, 35th Anniversary and Death of Co-Founder of Mountain Orphanage 

Sevier, Joseph R., December 17 1927 

Robinson, Charles K., June 1 1927 

Lee, December 5 1927 

Trotter, Mel, December 22 1927 

Behr, Carl, December 16 1927 (Includes Image of Great Organ) 

Morrison, Allen T., December 15 1931 

Chester, S.H., December 16 1927 

Folder 63 

The Presbyterian of the South, "Reading Courses in Science" (Campbell arguing Bible and Science can coexist) 

Vetter, Frances, Sunday Evening 

Newspaper Article on Campbell's 73rd Birthday (Mentions Vance's Funeral) 

Newspaper Article on Campbell's 73rd Birthday 

Folder 64 

Prayer by Dr. Campbell at 2nd Anniversary of Good Samaritan Broadcasting 

"Minister Given Surprise Party"- Asheville Citizen, December 14 1931 

Hogt, M.E., December 5 1932 

"The Broken Bottle", Christian Observer by Rev. Robert F. Campbell, January 6 1932 

J.P Robertson, October 20 1931 (Includes Campbell's Original letter) 

Thompson, W. Taliaferro, May 21 1932 

Reading List in Psychology 

Thompson, W. Taliafero, August 31 1932 

Anderson, Neal L., March 31 1931 (Letter to Campbell and Christian Observer regarding Freedom and Restraint) 

An Excerpt from a Letter by the Late Walter W. Moore 

Walter L Lingle review of "Freedom and Restraint" in the Christian Observer 

The Register, Promotion of Freedom and Restraint 

McCorkle, Wm. P., March 31 1931 

Kirk, Harris E., June 14 1930 

McKelway, A.J., July 26 1930 

McCorkle, Wm P., September 30 1931 

Asheville Times, "Campbell, At 74, Sees New Spiritual Awakening", December 12 1932 (Four Newspaper Clippings) (100 Year Anniversary of 1st Presbyterian Church and Campbell's 74th Birthday) 

Gardner, O. Max, March 9 1932 (Governor of North Carolina appointing Campbell to the Citizens' Committee of Five Hundred) 

Morton, R. Kemp., February 24 1933 

Russell, Thomas H., April 28 1931 

Lilly, D. Clay, September 21 1932 

Morton, R. Kemp, February 16 1933 

Baseball on Sunday Bill Meets Defeat, January 1933 (No Baseball allowed on Sundays) 

Asheville Citizen, Dr. Campbell Preaches Strong Sermon, January 11 1932 

Terry, G.H.B., February 19 1933 

Campbell Traces Cause of Asheville's Civic Crash 

Medicine in Buncombe County Down to 1855, Historical and Biographical Sketches, Gaillard S. Tennent 

Our Mountain Work, July 1940 

Folder 65 

Our Mountain Work, August 1938 

Whites, William Allen, Date Unknown 

Our Mountain Work, March 1939 

Presbyterian Will Increase Churches Here, Asheville Citizen, October 12 1933 

Bedringer, R.D., Date Unknown (Notes discussing religion and Mountain Orphanage) 

Presbyterians Faith Venture is Vindicated, April 4 1937 (Asheville Citizen Times) 

Kenilworth Church to Celebrate Anniversary, December 22 1935 

Rev. Robert Perry Smith Death Notice 

The General Assembly and Christian Education, August 1940 

Our Mountain Work, August 1940 

A Small College with a History, Walter L. Lingle, June 24 1942 

Our Mountain Work, July 1940 

Memorial Fund for Dr. Smith, March 25 1936 

First Presbyterian Church Pamphlet, December 12 1943 

25th Anniversary of the Synod of Appalachia Historical Address by Dr. R.F. Campbell 

Campbell turns over Pastorate to Davis, May 16 1938 

Reporter of Century took his own Good Time but wielded wicked pen (Newspaper Articles on Rev George Newton) 

A Historical Presentation Celebrating 50 Years of Public Education in Asheville, 1937 

Letter from Campbell to "Fellow-Christians" on the Diamond Jubilee Celebration, May 8 1936 

List of Pastors of First Presbyterian Church 

First Presbyterian Church will Observe 100th Anniversary. December 11 1932 

Campbell Birthday and Church 100th Anniversary Celebration 

Our Mountain Work, December 1935 

Unknown author 

Purgatives Are Needed Group Holds 

Morton, R. Kemp, January 12 1933 

Ruffner Campbell Jr, November 21 1930 (Image) 

Ruffner Campbell Jr, November 21 1930 (Image) 

Newspaper Articles regarding Campbell's Sermon on Civic Righteousness 

Ban of Baseball on Sunday Bill News Articles 

COME TO CHURCH TOMORROW, THE ASHEVILLE TIMES (Campbell Took a large Ad in Newspaper to Advertise his Church) 

Starbuck, V.S., October 4 1932 

Pless, J.W., October 1 1932 

McMillam, D.J., September 29 1932 

Bowlby, Harry L., October 27 1927 

Folder 66 

Unknown Author, August 4 1908 (Letter from Germany Grand Hotel Gruner Baum) 

Paton, John G., November 20 1899 

Letter From Campbell Describing Patton's visit to Asheville 

Box 2- Papers 1866-1946 

Cover, September 1917 "I wish my scrapbooks deposited with the Presbyterian Reformed Historical Foundation" Montreat, NC 

Page 1, Summer 1913, Kahnonah Lodge- Banner Elk, NC (Four pictures of Campbell and his Family) 

Page 2, August 20 1917, Death of Mrs. Campbell, Newspaper Articles on Her Death and her last moments 

Page 3, August 20 1917, Death of Mrs. Campbell 

Page 4, "A Few Of The Letters, Memorials, etc in regards to Mrs. R.F. Campbell"(Folder is empty) 

Page 5, December 1917, Campbell's 25th Anniversary in Asheville (Newspaper articles from Asheville Citizen and others) 

Page 5 Backside, Robert Campbell Family Tree 

Page 6, Robert Campbell Family Tree 

Page 6 Backside, June 8 1918, Presbyterian Standard relating to Campbell's withdrawal of his resignation from the church 

Page 7, June 8 1918, Continuation of the Presbyterian Standard's article on Campbell's withdrawal of resignation 

Page 8, May 16 1920, Memorial Exercises in Honor of those From Buncombe, Madison and Yancey Counties who Died in the Service During the World War. Asheville Auditorium 

Page 9 Backside, January 7 1918, The Asheville Citizen, Memorial Service to Dr. Byrd 

Page 10 Backside, 1918, Numerous Newspaper Articles Discussing the First Presbyterian Church and Campbell's Resignation 

Page 11, 1918, Newspaper Articles on Ruffner Campbell's Naval Service and Excellent Marksmanship. Includes two Articles on Robert Campbell's Church Service 

Page 11 Backside, 1918, Articles on the Rejection of Campbell's Resignation from the Church. 

Page 12, 1918, Articles and Responses by Church Officials to Newspapers Arguing why Campbell Should Reconsider his resignation 

Page 12 Backside, 1919, Articles relating to Dr. Campbell's Marriage to Miss Berryman. Included is a Newspaper Article on Robert Fishburne Campbell Jr's birth on January 10 1921. 

Page 13, 1921, Many Congratulatory Telegrams and Newspaper Articles on Campbell's Marriage and Birth of Child 

Page 13 Backside, February 4 1921, Letter from T.S. McCallie Sending Congratulations on the Birth of a Son 

Page 14, Baptism of Robert Campbell Jr and Article on Red Cross Chapter 

Page 15, Newspaper Articles on Influenza Outbreak in Asheville and Campbell's Halting of Church Services to stop the Spread, 1920 

Page 15 Backside, World War I Articles from Dr. Campbell published in Newspapers discussing the necessity to go to War. 

Page 16, Cartoon about Baseball in Asheville Citizen 

Page 16 Backside, Articles on Sunday Prayer and Food rationing for the war effort (1917) 

Page 17, Newspaper Articles on the War Effort, the Burden it puts on Preachers and Colored People Rallies 

Page 17 Backside, 1918, Newspaper Articles on "Sunday Campaign" 

Page 18, 1917, World War I "Great Congregations Stirred by Patriotic Pleas From Pulpit" 

Page 18 Backside, 1918, Campbell Argues Tough Part will be After the War 

Pages 19,20,21=Blank 

Page 22, December 29 1921, Death of Lieut. Ben Miller Campbell after being thrown by a horse 

Page 22 Backside, October 23 1922, "Voice of the People" 

Page 23, The Layman's Drive for an Extra Million 

Pages 24, 25= Blank 

Page 26 Backside, "Lots of Pets" 

Page 27, April 1921, "Fourteen Children are Baptized", "Sunday Prayer" 

Page 27 Backside, Death of B.R. Flakes. December 12 1921 

Page 28= Blank 

Page 29, 1922, Newspaper Article and Copy of "Don't Worry" Pamphlet by Campbell 

Page 29, 1925, Two Newspaper Articles by Christy Matthewson 

Page 30 Backside, 1919, "Pastor Throws Down the Gauntlet" 

Page 31, Newspaper Articles on The Church and the Press 

Page 31 Backside, October 1920, Sunday Closings Article 

Pages 32, 33, 34 = Blank 

Page 35 Backside, "The Community Chest" 

Page 36 Backside, January 5 1925, Asheville Times, "Dean of Asheville's Ministers, Rev. Dr. R.F. Campbell Rounds out 32 Years in City" 

Page 37, Continuation of the Asheville Times Tribute to Campbell and a Presbyterian Standard Tribute to his work 

Page 37 Backside, 32nd Anniversary of Campbell's Reign as Pastor of the Asheville Church Tributes 

Page 38, Tributes to Campbell's 32 years of Service in Asheville. "Gods Judgments are Swift" 

Page 38 Backside, Asheville Citizen, December 10 1926. Celebration of Campbell's 34th Year in Asheville 

Page 39, 1925, Growth of Sunday Church Service Article 

Page 40, Members of Committee Which Seek Reunion With Presbyterian Church 

Page 41, Sanatorium News, First Presbyterian Church, June 22 1925 

Page 41 Backside, Sunday Laws and Liberty 

Page 42, James Hay Jr arguing to Campbell that Sunday Newspapers do not go against the Bible and God 

Page 42 Backside, Asheville Summer School has Enrollment of 770 Teachers 

Page 43, Vacation Bible School Newspaper Articles and "Song of Loving Trust" 

Page 43 Backside, Sabbath Laws 

Page 44, Asheville Sunday Not Puritanical 

Page 44 Backside, Campbell gets Sunday Shows Canceled in Asheville thanks to Sabbath Laws 

Pages 45,46,47,48 = Blank 

Page 49 Backside, January 17 1924, "The Ideal and the Practical" 

Page 50, Continuation of "The Ideal and the Practical" 

Page 50 Backside, Corrections and Praises of Campbell's Asheville Citizen Article 

Page 51 Backside, Woodrow Wilson Tributes 

Page 52, Woodrow Wilson Memorial Service on March 6 1924 (Also includes info on Pay Raise for Campbell) 

Page 53=Blank 

Page 54, Union Theological Seminary Commencement, May 6-9 1923 

Page 55, Newspaper Article from Campbell in October of 1921 titled "Worst Man in Town" Also included are two images. One of Campbell on January of 1922 and the other from September 19 1922 

Page 55 Backside, 1923-1924, Church News 

Page 56, Resignation of Mrs. John T. Dunlap 

Page 56 Backside, Two images of Dr. Campbell dated December 1924 

Page 57, First Presbyterian Church Sports win Basketball and Cage Championships 

Page 57 Backside, Dr. Campbell Is Praised in New Book- Asheville Citizen 1926 

Page 58, Asheville Citizen Times, 1925 ("Evolution measure Opposed by Petition of Asheville Citizens) 

File 58 Backside, Rev Campbell Is Selected to Fill James Sprunt Lectureship at Union Theological Seminary, June 4 1925 

Page 59, Response to Holy Week Service Shows Increase, 1927 

Page 59 Backside, GO TO CHURCH SUNDY Also Attend Sunday School Advertisement 

Page 60, Alumnae Tea At Loulie Compton Seminary 

Page 61, Joy in the House of the Lord by Nany F. White 

Page 61 Backside, Col. Bingham Faced Life Fearlessly (A Tribute by Robert Campbell in 1927 

Page 62=Blank 

Page 63, Campbell Argues that George Washington Was a Devout Christian, February 25 1927 

Pages 64,65=Blank 

Page 66, Numerous Newspaper Clippings on Campbell's 72nd Birthday 

Page 66 Backside, Asheville Citizen, December 15 1930 (Ring Rule Attacked by Dr. Campbell) 

Page 67, Rev. Campbell Traces Cause and Effects of Asheville Civic Crash, December 19 1930 

Page 67 Backside=Continuation of Front Page 

Page 68, A Harvest of Dishonesty 

Page 69 Backside, Newspaper Image of Campbell and other men of the Pen and Plate Club of Asheville 

Page 70, Pen and Plate Club will Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Conception 

Page 70 Backside, Continuation Discussion of the Pen and Plate club including an article on Dr. Campbell 

Page 71 Backside, Image of the Men in the Pen and Plate Club of Asheville on its 25th Anniversary, Sunday October 27 1929 

Page 72, Pen and Paper Club Has Had Inspiring History (Includes Article on Campbell's Presidency of Club) 

Page 73,74,75=Blank 

Page 76, Campbell Tribute to J.E. Rankin 

Box 3- Papers 1866-1946 

Folder 1 

Revision of Standards, Date Unknown 

Campbell Collection, Miscellaneous 

Kuyper, Abraham, July 16 1908 

D'Aubigne, Charles Merle, August 23 1908 

List of "Topics and Speaker for the Calvin Celebration" 

Unknown Author, Unknown Date 

List of Books Given to the Historical Foundation by Rev. R.F. Campbell 

List of Books Given to the Historical Foundation 

Folder 2 

Executive Comm Historical Foundation Correspondence (1928-1942) 

Folder 3 

Notes of Dr. Campbell in Presenting for the new (Appalachia) Synod 

Extracts from the Report by Dr. Campbell on the Proposed Synod of Appalachia, November 1 1914 

Extracts from the Report by Campbell on the Synod of Appalachia, November 1 1914 (Includes Personal notes from Campbell) 

Extracts from the Report by Dr. Campbell on the Proposed Synod of Appalachia, November 1 1914 

Folder 4 

Proposed Stonewall Jackson College, Saturday June 19 1915 (Newspaper Article) 

Folder 5 

McMillan, Homer, September 10 1915 

Barnes, Sarah D., June 26 

Blain, C.R., May 31 1915 (Transylvania Presbytery) 

Southern Railway Company, August 12 1915 

Southern Railway Company, June 25 1915 

Morris, S.L., September 27 1915 

Folder 6 

The Missionary Survey (Multiple Articles discussing the proposed Appalachia Synod) 

Presbyterian Standard, Religious Census of different Counties within the Appalachia Synod's potential reach 

The Mountain Top, Published by the students of Lynn Bachman Memorial School, July 1924 (Map of Knoxville Presbytery) 

Folder 7 

Hunt, Cochrane, 1915 (Series of Letters discussing the inclusion of Kentucky in the Appalachia Synod) 

Tyler, J.W., September 9 1915 (List of reasons why Mr.Hunt did not want his synod to join the Appalachia) 

Letter from Campbell to Rev. Cary R. Blair 

Hudson, William E., February 26 1915 

Area and Population of the Synod of Appalachia, 1915 

Letter from Rev. R Dobney Carson on the policy of Home Missions in the new Synod 

McMillan, Homer, September 10 

Tyler, J.W., June 16 1915 

Folder 8 

Outline of Proposed Mountain Synod 

Folder 9 

Schrer, Tilden, January 15 1930 

Timball, Alfred R., May 7 1914 

Folder 10 

Minutes of Meeting Committees of Federal Union, March 26-27 1919 

Plan of Union Through Regional Assemblies of Synods 

Plan of Union through Regional Assemblies or General Synods 

Plan of Union Through Regional Assemblies 

Plan of the Federal Union 

The Synodical Plan of Union 

Committee of Closer Relations, January 21/22 1920 

McMillan, Abraham , April 17 1920 

Folder 11 

Court Record of Lafayette Inc, 1866 

Folder 12 

Report of Subcommittee of Home Missions for Western North Carolina to the Committee of Home Missions of Mecklenburg Presbytery, October 1894 

Empty Envelope Addressed to Robert Campbell from Yorkville, S.C 

Suggestions of Rev. R.P Smith in Regard to Mission Work in Asheville, September 1898 

List of improvements for the Asheville Synod 

Gillison, E.E., December 7 1908 

Ad-interim committee on Syndoical Home Mission Work Recommendations 

A.S. Van de Graaf on the Southern Race Problem, May 1896 

List of Books and Court Cases relating to Slavery and Black Issues in the South 

Statistics on the Presbyterian Church in NC 

"Slavery is an unnatural State" Notes on slavery by Campbell 

Campbell's Writing on "Negros" in Western North Carolina and what they need for social equality 

Some Fruits of Stillman (Tuscaloosa) Institute 

Bureau of Social Economics, December 17 1898 

Report on Roman Catholic Negroes 

Ex-Slave becoming personally acquainted with faith 

Dr. Thomas Lawrence and Dr. Guy Carleton on Negro Education in the South 

Col. R. Bingham, Discussing how a widow became broke after losing her 14 slaves after the end of the war 

Empty Envelope Addressed to Campbell from W.W. Moore 

Hunter, T.M., April 15 1909 

Moore, W.M., April 19 1909 

General Assembly in Session at Greensboro, NC 1908 

Hunter, T.M., April 19 1909 

Report of the AD Interim Committee on the Tithe 

Mecklenburg Overture 

Mecklenbug Overture (Campbell Notes) 

Mecklenburg Overture 

General Assembly, May 1909 

Joplin, R.W., March 4 1909 

The Enacting Power of the General Assembly 

The Enacting Power of the General Assembly II 

The Enacting Power of the General Assembly V. 

J.E., February 13 1909 

Written Copy of the Ad interim Committee 

Folder 13 

Warfield, B.B., May 7 1909 

(Milton, Collin)?, May 6 1909 

President of Washington and Lee University, May 7 1909 

Orr, James, May 2 1909 - May 5 1909 

Empty Packet from the Presbytery of Louisville to the Historical Foundation in Montreat 

Folder 14 

List of Campbell Collection Letters 

Alexander, W.A., 1908-1909 (7 Letters) 

Alderman, E.A., 1908 

Campbell, R.F., 1908 (5 Letters) 

D'Aubigne, C.M., 1908-1909 (5 Letters) 

Denny, G.W., 1909 (2 Letters) 

Fraser, A.M., 1908 (2 Letters) 

Glasgow, F.T., 1908 

Hall, A.G., 1907 

Hemphill, C.R., 1908 (4 Letters) 

King, S.A., 1909 (2 Letters) 

McPheeters, W.M., 1908-1909 (8 Letters) 

Martin, C.E., 1900 

Martin, Wm. J., 1907 

Minton, H.C., 1909 (6 Letters) 

Moore, W.W., 1908 (8 Letters) 

Ogden, Dunbar H., 1907 

Orr James, 1908-1909 (7 Letters) 

Patton, F.J., 1919 

Rankin, Sarah T., 1898 

Reed, R.C., 1909 & 1919 

Roseboro, J.W., 1909 

Scott, W.M., 1909 (2 Letters) 

Smith, R.P., 1899 

Stovaloll, P.A., 1909 (4 Letters) 

Venable, F.P., 1908 

Warfield, B.B., 1908-1909 (8 Letters) 

Williams, E.W. 1900 

Folder 15 

Untitled Sermon, Preached: September 2 1923 

Easter Sermon 1924 

The Christmas Girdle. Preached: 1920,1921,1924,1928,1931,1937 

Untitled Sermon, February 15 1931 

Untitled Sermon, February 21 1926 (Real Estate Boom in Asheville) 

Untitled Sermon, Unknown Date 

Sermon on Ps. 27: 4-6 

Address to Men's Club "For Christ Through Friendship", June 27 1923 

Untitled Sermon on Mal. 4:6, Luke 1:17. January 10 1926 

Untitled Sermon, July 10 1932 

Sermon on Gen 1:4, 24 & 2:7. 2Con: 5:17. Parallels between the creation and the new creation 

Untitled Sermon, October 19 1919 

Thanksgiving Day Sermon, November 25 1920 

Sermon on the Ordination and Installation of Deacons, June 24 1923 

Prayer at a Community Service at the Beginning of WWI, 1917 

Untitled Sermon, December 5 1920 

Sermon on Hebrew 10:19:22 

Sermon on Luke 2:7, Rev 3:20 

"The Birth of John the Baptist" 

"The Sabbath was made for Man", November 6 1910 

Folder 16 

Sermon: "The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved" 

Untitled Sermon on James 2:14-17 

Sermon on the Seven Stars, Seven Candlesticks and the Seven Churches in Revelation, September 18 1921 & February 28 1926 

Sermon: Practicing the Presence of God 

A Striking Contrast: Samson and Paul, March 1927 

Untitled Sermon, December 1 1918, February 28 1921, April 10 1935 

Untitled Sermon 

"Two Faces in a Mirror" Sermon 

Sermon: Do we Live by the Golden Rule? 

Untitled Sermon, January 2 1921 

Sermon on Communion 

Sermon on Luke 9:5,7-62, October 17 1920, November 26 1922 

Sermon on Red Cross Sundays, May 19 1918 

Untitled Sermon, February 18 1923 

Untitled Sermon 

Folder 17 

Untitled Sermon on Matthew 22:54-40, June 7 1925 

Sermon: Lord Teach us to Pray 

Sermon on Hebrews 11:33-34 

Untitled Sermon on Exodus 14:13,15 

Sermon: A Fatal lack 

Untitled Sermon 

Sermon: The Birth of Christ. For the Business Women's Circle, December 8 1925 

Christmas Sermon 1924 

Untitled Sermon, January 26 1919, December 7 1929, February 27 1938 

Sermon on Phil. 3:7 

Untitled Sermon, September 13 1931 

Sermon: Jesus the Great Teacher 

Folder 18 

Untitled Sermon on Dem 32:21 

Sermon: Change of Fashions 

Untitled Sermon 

Sermon: The House of Jacob Shall Possess their Possessions? 

Untitled Sermon 

Untitled Sermon 

Untitled Sermon 

Untitled Sermon 

Untitled Sermon 

Scarlet Made White 

Sermon: What Should be Christians Chief Desires? 

Sermon: The Habits of Christ 

Untitled Sermon on Romans 3:22-25 

Untitled Sermon (Luke 8:3) 

Untitled Sermon on Malachi 1:8 

Untitled Sermon Psalm 122: 6-9 

Folder 19 

Sermon: Christ as Prophet-Priest and King 

Untitled Sermon on Jer. 8:10-12 

Sermon: Saved by Fire 

Untitled Sermon 

Page of Handwritten Quotes 

Sermon: After Revival- What? 

Sermon: Rich Ruler 

Address from the Memorial Service of Drs. William LeRoy Dunn and McPherson, Buncombe County Medical Society, May 28 1928 

Sermon: Work as Children of Light 

Untitled Sermon, Micah 6:8 

Sermon: The Sabbath in Man's Social and Industrial Life 

Sermon: The Good News of Jesus 

Sermon on Revelation 1:1-20 

Sermon on Job 1:1-15 

Mother's Day Sermon, 1935 

Untitled Sermon on Hebrews 13:20-21 

Untitled Sermon 

Untitled Sermon 

Untitled Sermon 

Talk Before the Daughters of the American Revolution at Mrs. Nathan Millers, February 22 1917 

Sermon: Forward 

Untitled Sermon: With Newspaper Articles 

Untitled Sermon on Amos 2:6 

Folder 20 

The Challenge of Death 

Untitled Sermon 

Fourfold Purpose of Education 

Untitled Sermon on Gen 13:3-4 

Untitled Sermon Fragment 

What Men Live By with Newspaper Clippings 

Christmas Sermon, 1926 

Untitled Sermon on Genesis 48:15-17 

Untitled Sermon 

Sermon, November 26 1922 

Easter Sunday Sermon, 1920 

Sermon on Luke 14:25-35 

Sermon "Following the Life of the Covenant" 

Jacob's Dying Words, Blessing his Grandchildren 

Untitled Sermon on Josiah 6:1-10 

Christmas Sermon 1922 

Sermon "Miracles of Jesus" 

Christmas Sermon, 1929 

Box 4- Personal Notebooks 

Memo Book 1 "Visits Received 1895-1900" "Books Lent" 

Notebook 2 "Roll of Windy Cove" 

Notebook 3 "Notes of Reformed Mission Work in China" 

Notebook 4 "Quotes Notebook w/ Notes on Various Biblical Text" 

Notebook 5 "Davidson College Church" "Notes on Elders, Session meetings and Sermon Notes" 

Notebook 6 "Quotes Notebook" 

Notebook 7 "Sermon Notes" 

Notebook 8 "Sermon notes" 

Notebook 9 "Checkbook 1902-1903" 

Notebook 10 "Sermon Notes, Visits Paid" 

Notebook 11 "Quotes Notebook, Notes on Scripture Passages" "Union Theological Seminary 1880-1884" 

Notebook 12 "Sermon Notes, Quotes" 

Notebook 13 " Quotes Notebook" 

Box 5- 1877-1940 

Folder 1 

Work of the Soul-Winners in Western North Carolina 

The Mountain People of the South 

Newspaper Clippings 1899 

The Mountain Whites of the South 

A Few Facts about the Work of the Society of Soul Winners 

The Opportunity of the Church in WNC (2 Copies) 

My First Drink and My Last, S.H. Hadley 

The Redeemed Thief and Burglar 

Twenty-Three Years of Home Mission Work 

3 Glimpses into Our Evangelistic Field 

Americans of the Midland Mountains 

Good Will Record, The Flight Awheel by F.D. Elmer 

The Synodical Evangelist, June 1 1897 

Synod of NC, 1898 

Religious and Social Thought and Movement 

Subscribe to your Church Paper 

Romance and Tragedy of Kentucky Feuds 

Home Mission Department 

A Presbyterian Map of the Old North State, September 1898 

Folder 2 

Standing Committee on Home Missions, 1907 

Synod of Appalachia, Hendersonville, 1907 (Census Data) 

The Central Presbyterian, October 28 1908 

Christian Observer, October 28 1908 

To the Churches of the Synod of North Carolina (Asking for Donations to be divided amongst the Presbyteries) 

A Handbook of Presbyterian Missions in the Synod of Alabama, 1898 

Folder 3 

The Attractions of the Ministry- Howard W. Pope 

The Gospel Ministry- J.B. Shearer 

A Call to the Ministry- Alfred T. Graham 

The Aged Minister's Prayer (Song) 

Our Candidates and the Supply of Ministers 

A Call to Prayer 

The Ministry: A Challenge and an Appeal to Christian Young Men 

Prayer for the Men for the Ministry 

Religion in the Home 

How Can the Ministry be Recruited?- A.M. Fraser 

The Supply of Candidates, March 31 1908 

A Pocket Full of Gems- Mildred Welch 

Three Newspaper Articles Discussing Separate Portions of the Story in the Bible 

Every Man's Life a Plan of God 

Seed Corn- Containing Forty Texts and Eighty Illustrations and Quotations touching the Church's responsibility to her disabled ministers and Orphans of deceased ministers 

Folder 4 (The Negro Question) 

Bill Arp's Letter 

Letter from Rev. E.W> Williams 

Negro Burned in Colorado 

Presbyterianism and the Negro 

Sonnet on Booker Washington- Pam Lawrence Dunbar 

Historical Sketch on the Work of the Presbyterian Church 

W. Higginson on Negroes in Army and Navy in US 

Dr. McIlwanic on Suffrage- Virginia Constitutional Convention 

Booker Washington Endorsed 

Does education Improve the Negro? 

The South and the Negro- bishop Galloway 

Dr. Swallow on Race Problem 

Folder 5 

A Significant Silence- That of the Apostles in regard to their life 

What the Church May Not Handle- Dr. Cannon 

Politics and the Pulpit- Howerton 

Social Service- Mckelway, McCorkle 

Folder 6 

20 Years of Education in South- W.J Harris 

Christian Education- Rev F.H. Gaines D.D. 

Free Education of Candidates 

Herbert Welsh 

Objection to Beneficiary Education 

A Liberal Education- Dr. Nicholas 

The South on Education 

Woodrow Wilson on Education 

Education and Production- Charles Dabney 

Folder 7 

Personal Character of Calvin by Mckelway & Gray 

Tender Heart of Calvin 

The 5 Great Systems 

Renaissance of Calvinism 

Folder 8 

The Spirituality of the Church 

Reunion Overture for the Northern General Assembly to the Southern Presbyterian Church 

Folder 9 

The Presbyterian Gibraltar 

The W. Confession's Right to Construe Itself- Dr. Dabney 

Dr Morris' paper 

Debate in Northern Assembly 

Dr. Warfield- 1903 

Folders 10-12 (The Negro Problem) 

The Migration of the Negro 

Struggles, Perils and Hopes 

Symposium on Dr. Haygood's Reply to Eustis 

"Southern Presbyterianism" on Negro Justice 

Emancipation Experiment 

Colored Evangelical Work- Dr. Clay Lilly 

Bishop Wilma View of Uncle Tom's Cabin 

Increase of Murder in the US 

The Coon's Lullaby 

Vance on Negro Education 

Some Fruit of Stillman Institute 

Statistics of Presbyterian Churches, North and South 

Proceedings of Capon Springs Conference-1898 

Slater Fund 

Principal Lipscombe on Negro Education 

Education of the Negroes of the South 

Howerton on Negro Presbyterian Church 

Plain Talk to the Negroes- Booker Washington 

Prevention of Lynching Law 

Race Issue in the South- Literature Digest 

Mckelway on UNC Wilmington Revolution 

"The African America" 

Folder 13 (Mining and Asheville) 

Van Horn Tells of Progress in Asheville 

Minerals of the Mountains of Great Importance to the People 

Folder 14 

Southern Education- The Richmond Conference (Vol. 1)- May 7 1903 

Southern Education- The Race Questions by Grover Cleveland- April 23 1903 

The Yale Review November of 1904 (Census Statistics of the Negro) 

An Ex-Slaveholder's View of the Negro Question in the South- Robert Bingham 

Cooperative Missionary Crusade for the Masses (Hope for the Colored Race in America)- Rev. L.T. Christmas 

The Problem in the South- Charles W. Dabney 

The Voice of the Negro Illustrated Monthly- December 1905 (A Protest Against Dixonism by John D. Swain 

Folder 15 

"Don't Worry"- Robert Campbell (3 Pamphlets) 

"Colored Evangelization- Where Shall we Begin?"- Robert Campbell (2 Copies) 

First Presbyterian Church of Savannah Georgia "All Pews are Free" 

Folder 16 

Prayer Meeting Talks Log 

Robinson, E.J., May 1938 

Folder 17 

Address Book of Dr. Campbell 

Folder 18 

Notebook 1867-1877 (English Exercises) 

Folder 19 

Evangelistic Notebook 1900 

Various Newspaper Clippings on the Importance of the Church 

Folder 20 

Campbell's Student Chemistry Notebook, 1877-1878 

Folder 21 

Radio Addresses/Sermons by Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick 1923-1940 

Folder 22 

Story of the American Bible Society 

The Bible Among the Nations 

Great Men on the Greatest Book 

Supplement to the Sunday School Program One Hundred Years 

The Bible and the City- Oliver Huckel and William Ingraham Haven 

The Bible in Brazil- Hugh C. Tucker 

One Hundred Years 1816-1916 (Programme for the Sunday School Celebrations Centennial of the American bible Society) 

One Hundred Years in Biography of the Bible- Simon B. Dunn 

Bible Society Record- January 1916 

Centennial Bulletin of the American Bible Society 

The Bible the Book of Mankind- Benjamin B. Warfield 

The News Testament Among the Greeks 

The Hebrew Bible and the Israelite Nation 

Folder 23 

Questions for Bible Class 

Youth Not So Flaming 

Literature and Life "The Pedigree of the Pulpit" 

The New Knowledge and the Christian Faith- Harry Emerson Fosdick 

The Preacher in Modern Conditions 

Vision and Authority 

The Most Important Thing in My Life 

Envelope Addressed to Campbell 

A Scientist Confesses his Faith- Robert Millikan 

"Which Christianity?"- Wilbert W. White 

The Union Seminary Bulletin 

Preachers are Citizens 

The Christian Sabbath 

A Prophetic Ministry 

The Guide Post "Experiments" 

Presbyterian Standard, September 2 1925 

Education Does Not Lead to Publicity 

Hay Watson Smith Defends Position against Charges Made By General Assembly 

The New York Times Book Review May 5 1929 (Earl Haig) 

The Register 

Inter-Relations of the Individual and the Institutions of Society 

The Reformation in the Life of Today 

How It Looks From the Pew- H. Jeffs 

Is the Battle Over?- C.R. Harding 

Hay Watson Smith, December 27 1928 (Preacher under fire from Arkansas after State passed anti-evolution laws) (Campbell seems to be supporting Smith) 

Folks, Places and Things 

Sunday Laws and Liberty- Robert Campbell 

Second Presbyterian Church of Little Rock Arkansas, December 23 1928 

The Continent 

The Future of the Pulpit 

Folder 24 

Sprunt Lectures 1928 

Box 6- Papers 1860-1946 

Folder 1 

Union Theological Seminary Notes, 1882 

Folder 2 

Prayer Meeting 

Pray meeting Talks and Sermons 

Folder 3 

Sunday School Teachers' Meetings, 1904 

Folder 4 

Sunday School Lessons Preview, September 20 1919 

Sunday School Lessons, January 1917 

Folder 5 

Sunday School Lessons 1916 

Folder 6 

Sunday School Lessons 1912-1914 (Life of Christ and Genesis to Judges) 

Folder 7 

"Is Sunday the Sabbath?"- Caryl Florio 

Folder 8 

Numerous Newspaper Clippings 1915-1920 

Folder 9 

Newspaper Clippings 1925-1930 

Folder 10 

First Presbyterian Church Reports to Pastor of Women's Society, 1915-1916 

Folder 11 

First Presbyterian Church Sabbath School Extension Reports and Young People's Work 

Statistical Reports to Presbytery, 1914-1915 

Treasurer's Reports 

Folder 12 

Notebook of Sermon Notes 

The Boy Who Was Called- Rose Martin Wells 

Shall I Enter the Ministry? 

Remembered by A Star- Mildred Welch 

The Second Call 

The Choice of a Vocation- Thornton Whaling 

Folder 13 

Sermon: The Loneliness of Christ 

Folder 14 

The Papal Decree "No Temere" (A Verbatim Report of the Imperial Meeting of Protest held in the Central Hall, London, November 19 1912) 

The Union Seminary Magazine, October 1912 (Union Seminary in the Pastorate by Campbell) 

The Voices of Girlhood- Mildred Welch 

Things Which Cannot be Shaken- John Henry Jowett 

The Journal of Race Development January 1913 

Folder 15 

Letter to Campbell from the Church Peace Union 

A Manual of Prayer for Unity 

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America 

The World Conference for the Consideration of Questions Touching Faith and Order 

Executive Commission of the Alliance of the Reformed Churches 

Indictment of the Rev. Mark B. Grier for Baptizing and Receiving into Christian Communion Persons Known by Him to be Living at the Time in a State of Polygamy 

Nascetur Ridiculus Mus or Polygamy in the Greensboro Assembly, 1908 by Samuel Spahr Laws 

Reasons for the Organization and For The Perpetuation of the Southern Presbyterian Church 

Annual Reports of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 1913 

Church Federation First Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Inter-Church Conference on Federation 

Annual Reports of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 1914 

Second Annual Report 1908 

Folder 16 

Temperance in the Light of the Letter and the Spirit of the Bible 

The Outlook, Saturday July 4 1908 

The Outlook July 11 1908 

The North American Review, George Harvey, November 1909 

Folder 17 

The Light, March 1912 (Temperance Journal) 

The Light, July 1911 

The Light, September 1911 

The Iowa Injunction and Abatement Law 

Folder 18 

Newspaper Clippings 

Box 7- Scrapbook 1899-1901 

Letters Concerning Pamphlets on "Mountain Whites" 

Box 8- Scrapbook (Race Problem) 

Letters Concerning Pamphlet on "The Race Problem" 

Box 9- Scrapbook (1862-1909) 

Scrapbook contains personal artifacts of Campbell's life. The obituaries of both his father and his mother comprise the beginning of the scrapbook followed by many church documents and letters throughout his time as preacher in Asheville. 

Box 10- Scrapbook (1909-1920) 

Newspaper Articles and Letters on the Presbyterian Church regionally, nationally and globally. Others documents included are several personal letters to Campbell and several documents on the Home Missions in Western North Carolina. 

Box 11- Papers 1866-1946 

Folder 1 


"Excerpts from Biographies of Grover Cleveland" 

YMCA Newspaper Article on Thanksgiving, November 1925 

"Beating Men to Make them Good" (Article on Harsh Punishment within Prisons) 

"Exit the Black Man?"- Harris Dickson (Discussion on if Blacks would have stayed and worked on fields in the South instead of moving to cities they would not be facing the doom of their entire race) (Makes Claims that the Negro in 1860 was the healthiest and well treated men in the world) 

Several Magazine Articles on Christianity and the role of the Minister 

Folder 2 

Photocopy of all the documents within Folder 1 


Pamphlets on race, cultural and political issues in the South and the United States. One pamphlet on a Soil Survey in Asheville. 

Robert Campbell's "First Scrapbook" "From Mother on Christmas of 1881" 

Newspaper clippings on religious topics from the 1880's and 1890's. 

Folder 3 

Photocopy of the documents found in Campbell's First Scrapbook 

Box 12- 1926 

1926 Yearbook. Included are handwritten notes on sermons and bible verses. Also included are a multitude of newspaper articles and pamphlets. 

Box 13-1928 

Journal From Thomas W. Tate to R.F. Campbell 

Mostly reflections and notes on future sermons/bible verses. Some newspaper articles are attached with Campbell's reflections. 

Box 14- 1929 

Yearbook Journal for the Year 1929 

Personal notes on sermons and the Bible. 

Folders contain Newspaper articles, letters and pamphlets that were found inside of the journal itself. 

Box 15 (1899-1904) 

Scrapbook on "Notices of Pamphlets on Race Problem" (Includes Copy of Campbell's Work on race relations and mountain whites) 

Box 16 

Scrapbook (Out of Binding) 

Various Church Documents and Personal Documents such as Photographs and Letters 

Box 17 (1933-1938) 

Scrapbook (Out of Binding) 

Newspaper Articles, Pamphlets, Letters and other personal artifacts relating to Campbell's time at the First Presbyterian Church at Asheville. 

WWNC Non partisan City Government Address 

Box 18 (Sermons 1886-1932) 

Folder 1 (Sermons 1912-1919) 

Folder 2 (Sermons 1887-1928) 

Folder 3 (Sermons 1910-1926) 

Folder 4 (Sermons Undated) 

Folder 5 (Sermons 1886) 

Folder 6 (1899-1901) 

Folder 7 (1910-1911) 

Folder 8 (1916-1936) 

Folder 9 (1932) 

Folder 10 (1904-1925) 

Folder 11 (1904-1905) 

Folder 12 (1898) 

Folder 13 (1906-1924) 

Folder 14 (1911-1932) 

Box 19 (Sermon Notes 1891-1942) 

Folder 1 (Sermons 1927-1936) 

Folder 2 (Sermons 1924-1934) 

Folder 3 (Sermons 1921-1938) 

Folder 4 (Sermons 1918-1935) 

Folder 5 (Sermons 1921-1943) 

Folder 6 (Sermons Notes, Non-Dated) 

Folder 7 (Sermon Notes, Non-Dated) 

Folder 8 (Sermon Notes, not Dated) 

Folder 9 (Sermons 1891-1905) 

Folder 10 (Sermon: God and Man Finding Rest, 1913) 

Folder 11 (Sermon outlines, clippings, Church Bulletin, 1929) 

Folder 12 ( Sermons, 1917-1920 

Folder 13 (Sermons 1918-1934) 

Folder 14 (Sermons, 1919-1932) 

Folder 15 (Sermon notes, 1918-1942) 

Folder 16 (Sermon Notes, 1914-1936) 

Folder 17 (Sermon notes, 1916-1927) 

Folder 18 (Campbell's Sermon at Thomas Wolfe's Funeral) 

Box 20 (1889-1932) 

Folder 1 (Sermons 1911-1919) 

Folder 2 (Sermons 1889-1934) 

Folder 3 (Sermons 1896-1902) 

Folder 4 (Sermons and Sermons Outlines 1900-1921) 

Folder 5 (Sermons 1907-1932) 

Folder 6 (Sermons 1893-1900) 

Folder 7 (Thoughts and Outlines, 1915-1920) 

Folder 8 (Sermons, 1891-1921) 

Folder 9 (Sermons, 1926-1928) 

Folder 10 (Sermons, 1904-1916) 

Folder 11 (Sermons 1907-1932) 

Folder 12 (Sermons 1914-1931) 

Box 21 

Folder 1 (Sermon notes, 1919-1931) 

Folder 2 (Sermon Notes, 1923-1925) 

Folder 3 (Sermon Notes, 1920-1940) 

Folder 4 (Sermons with no Dates) 

Folder 5 (Sermon Outlines, 1926) 

Folder 6 (Sermons 1923-1932) 

Folder 7 (Sermon Outlines 1921) 

Folder 8 (Sermons, 1901-1940) 

Folder 9 (Sermon Outlines and Suggestions 1912-1930) 

Folder 10 (Notes on Missions, 1897-1909) 

Folder 11 (Sermons 1903-1912) 

Folder 12 (Manuscript, "David by V.S. Starbuck, N.d) 

Folder 13 (Sermons Preached by Rev. William Pratt in Lexington, Va, 1871-1872) 

Folders 14 (Sermons, 1938-1944) 

Folder 15 (Sermons, 1937-1938) 

Folder 16 (Foreign Mission Sermons, 1929) 

Folder 17 (Sermon Notes, 1918-1938) 

Folder 18 (Sermon Notes, 1914-1926) 

Box 22 (1900-1940) 

Folder 1 (Magazine Article on Campbell's 79th birthday, December 29 1937) (Christian Observer) 

Folder 2 (The Use and Abuse of Animals) 

Some Newspaper Articles on Prohibition and the Sabbath Included 

Folder 3 (History of the Presbyterian Church in the United State by Thomas E. Peek) 

(Includes Photocopied Version for Safe-Keeping) 

Folder 4 (Souvenir Pamphlet by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, May 22 1930) 

Folder 5 (Newspaper Clippings on the Death of President Woodrow Wilson) 

Included are multiple photocopied versions of the various newspaper articles 

Folder 6 (Various Newspaper Articles on Campbell's family and the Church) 

"Generous Donation to Historical Foundation", Christian Observer, February 1928 

"The Titanic Disaster"- April 27 1912 (A Detailed and Exclusive Narrative by One of the Survivors, Illustrated with Photographs Taken by Passengers Aboard the Carpathia" 

"The Dementia of Speed"- Edward Lyell Fox (Includes Political Cartoon of Teddy Roosevelt) 

Presbyterian of the South and the Presbyterian Standard issue of The Synod of Appalachia (April, 10,1935) 

The Presbyterian of the South, June 1 1927 

Index to an Unidentified Subject Matter 

De-constructed Scrapbook 

Folder 7 (Scrapbook Page 1) 

Collection of Newspaper Clippings featuring poems. (Dates Unknown) 

Folder 8 (Scrapbook Page 2) 

Newspaper Articles, Pamphlets, letters and other pieces of information in regards to race issues in the south. 

Folder 9 (Scrapbook Page 3) 

Newspaper Clippings on North Carolina Ministers. 

Newspaper Clippings on John Knox and Queen Mary of the Scots. 

Collection of Newspaper Clippings on John Calvin and Calvinism 

Folder 10 (Scrapbook Page 4) 

Newspaper Clippings on John Calvin, the Presbyterian Church in 1906 and a poem by Henry Stockard on the Last Charge at Appomattox 

Folder 11 (Scrapbook Page 5) 

Newspaper Clippings on Foreign Missions of the Presbytery Church, Dr. Ruffner, Rev. James Reavis and an Image of snowy (Asheville?) 

Folder 12 (Scrapbook Page 6) 

Pamphlet on Child Labor in NC titled "Do Not Grind the Seed Corn" 

General Assembly papers and images, 1913 

Newspaper clippings on Politics in Schools and a poem titled "The Trumpeter" 

Newspaper Clippings on General Nelson A. Miles 

Obituary for Robert E. Lee 

Folder 13 (Scrapbook Page 7) 

Newspaper Articles on Animals and Dogs being Man's best friend (Helped Campbell in his research?) 

Folder 14 (Scrapbook Page 8) 

Newspaper Clippings on Prohibition, Saloons in WNC and the establishment of a Dispensary 

Newspaper Clippings on the "Sabbath Problem" 

Folder 15 (Scrapbook Page 9) 

Newspaper Articles and a letter to Campbell discussing Prohibition and the Dispensary in Asheville 

Folder 16 (Scrapbook Page 10) 

Newspaper Articles on Sabbath Issues in Asheville 

Folder 17 (Scrapbook Page 11) 

Newspaper Articles on the revival of the Christian Faith and their practices, such as Fasting, across the globe. 

Folder 18 (Scrapbook Page 12) 

Newspaper Clippings on Laud Cleveland, Children, Education, Family Life and Negro place in the South. 

Image of Rev. J.E. Booker 

Folder 19 (Scrapbook Page 13) 

Image of Alexander Maclaren 

Newspaper Articles on College and the Development of Men 

Folder 20 (Scrapbook Page 14) 

Newspaper Articles on Obligations of Women, the origins of Dixie, Gen McCormick and the War 

"The Search for the Body of Prof. Mitchell" (Newspaper Articles in Relation to Dr. Mitchell) 

Folder 21 (Scrapbook Page 15) 

Newspaper Articles on the Mecklenburg Declaration, Mount Mitchell, Daniel Boone, Virginia Schools 

Folder 22 (Scrapbook Page 16) 

Newspaper Articles on Gambling, Construction of Extract Plant in Canton,The Presbyterian Church, 

Folder 23 (Scrapbook Page 17) 

Newspaper Articles on Dr O.J. Chandler, 35th Anniversary of Campbell's Tenure in Asheville, John Lyle Campbell 

Folder 24 (Scrapbook Page 18) 

Pamphlet on the Atlantic Line Railroad (Various unrelated Newspaper Articles) 

Folder 25 (Scrapbook Page 19) 

Newspaper Articles on the "New North State" 

Folder 26 (Scrapbook Page 20) 

Philosophical Portrait Series Collection of Photos 

Newspaper Articles on Law Enforcement and the Ministry. William Graham and Washington Lee 

Folder 27 (Scrapbook Page 21) 

Newspaper Articles on JR Wilson 

Folder 28 (Scrapbook Page 22) 

Newspaper Articles on the End of Sunday Mail Delivery 

Folder 29 (Scrapbook Page 23) 

Newspaper Articles on Communion, Christian Men in the Ministry, Poems on North Carolina 

Folder 30 (Scrapbook Page 24) 

Various Newspaper Articles on Child Labor, the Union Theological Seminary, Remembrance of the Civil war 

Folder 31 (Scrapbook Page 25) 

Newspaper Article on the Union Theological Seminary 

Box 23 1890-1930 

Folder 1 

Copy of "The Race Problem in the South"- Robert Campbell 

Copy of Mission Work Among the Mountain Whites 

Folder 2 (Sermon Notes 1920-1940) 

Folder 3 (Sermon Notes 1930-1938) 

Folder 4 (Sermon Notes 1918-1938) 

Folder 5 (Sermons 1920-1938) 

Folder 6 (Sermon Notes 1907-1928) 

Folder 7 (Sermon Notes 1917-1933) 

Folder 8 (Sermon Notes 1916-1940) 

Folder 9 (Sermon Notes 1932) 

Folder 10 (Sermon Notes 1923-1936) 

Folder 11 (Sermon Notes 1923-1934) 

Folder 12 (Sermon Notes 1920-1943) 

Folder 13 (Sermon Notes 1916-1935) 

Box 24 (1915-1938) 

Folder 1 

Letters and Memorials in regards to the death of Mrs. R.F. Campbell 

Folder 2 

Newspaper Articles on the death of Mrs. R.F Campbell 

Folder 3 

Blair, W.R., June 26 1935 (Letter in regards to the Coat of Arms of the Campbell Family) 

Folder 4 

R.T.H. Wilson, February 5 1923 (Includes Image of First Pastorate of Rev. Campbell) 

Folder 5 

Newspaper articles and letters in regards to Campbell's decision to remain minister in 1918 after briefly considering resigning. 

Folder 6 

Letters and Newspaper articles in regards to Campbell's pamphlet entitled "Sunday Laws and Liberty" 

Folder 7 

Graduation Ceremony Pamphlet for Officer-Material School in 1918 

Folder 8 


Folder 9 

Newspaper Articles on "Power Sermon" by Campbell 

Image of Ruffner Campbell Jr, January 1927 

Folder 10 

Letter from Mrs. Mortimer Hancock, First Asheville nurse to return from WWI 

Western Union Telegram 

Folder 11 

Newspaper articles on Sunday Sabbath Laws 

Folder 12 

Letter from unknown sender, 1922 

Folder 13 

Letter from Navy Department (Call for Binoculars, Spy-Glasses, Telescopes, Sextants and Chronometers) 

Folder 14 

Newspaper articles on the life and work of W.A. Campbell 

Folder 15 

Smith, Mary L., March 5 1923 

Folder 16 

League of Secret Prayer request for Campbell to join 

Folder 17 

Smith, Bernard, April 5 1923 (Request for more copies of "Don't Worry") 

Folder 18 

Newspaper articles on Sunday Sabbath laws 

Folder 19 

Waite, William H., December 20 1917 

McMillian, Adam, December 24 1917 

Folder 20 

Letter from unknown sender (Glasgow Scotland) 

Folder 21 

Tuffs, Bessie L. 

Folder 22 

Treasury Statement on the Presbyterian Church 1923 

Folder 23 

Various letters on the Union Theological Seminary 

Newspaper Article on Robert E. Lee's birthday celebration in North Carolina 

Folder 24 

Dr. Bryan's farewell letter 

Folder 25 

Copy of "Sunday Laws and Liberty" 

Newspaper Articles on Campbell's resignation that would later be reversed 

Letters praising Campbell for his work with "Sunday Laws and Liberty" 

Folder 26 

Union Theological Bulletin, 1923 

Newspaper articles on Mission work in WNC 

Folder 27 

Copy of Sunday Laws and Liberty 

Folder 28 

Public Dance Hall vetoed by Asheville city leaders 

Folder 29 

Ringer, Paul (Sunday) 

Newspaper articles on the life and death of Ed Brown 

Folder 30 

Image of the house of Mrs. Robert Pearson (Where the Presbytery of Mecklenburg was organized) 

House of Mrs. Robert Pearson Image 

Folder 31 

Series of pamphlets, letters and newspaper articles on "Holy Week" 

Morrison, Cameron (Letter from the Governor of North Carolina) 

Folder 32 

Letters congratulating and praising Campbell on his work entitled "The Ideal and the Practical" 

Folder 33 

Secretary to the President, November 26 1920 

Folder 34 

"Saint Andrews on the Hill" 

Folder 35 

Newspaper article on "What do you think of yourself"- Published by Campbell in which he asks women of the congregation how they view themselves. 

Family Day at the First Presbyterian Church, 1926 

Folder 36 

Letters and newspaper articles on the Appalachia Synod 

Folder 37 

"The Romance of the Theological Seminary" 

Folder 38 

Letters in regards to the Union Theological Seminary and Sprunt Lectures 

Folder 39 

Letter from Campbell's son 

Pamphlet entitled "America" 

Folder 40 

Miller, Robert, April 5 1928 

Folder 41 

Newspaper article on Campbell Bible Study Class 

Folder 42 

Newspaper Articles on the 35th Anniversary of Campbell's arrival to Asheville 

Folder 43 

Bryan, William Jennings, February 2 1923 (Letter regarding church and Bible Talks) 

Pamphlet entitled "The Loss of a High Ideal" 

Letters regarding Campbell's works 

Folder 44 

Lyman, C.E., December 1912 

Folder 45 

Letters and newspaper articles in regards to publishing on Sunday 

Folder 46 

Several Images on Dr. Campbell and a small group of people discussing church issues at Silver Bay, New York 

Newspaper articles, pamphlets and letters regarding Sunday laws 

Pamphlet on being a "Good Samaritan" 

Folder 47 

Notes by Campbell on science 

Folder 48 

Newspaper article on the Pen and Plate club 

Folder 49 

Memorial of Dr. Walter William Moore 

Folder 50 

Newspaper articles on the erection of a new church in Asheville and a planned revival. 

Folder 51 

Pamphlets and newspaper articles on the Presbyterian Church and its work around the region. 

Folder 52 

"The Good Samaritan" 

Letter from the Women's Auxiliary in Asheville 

Box 25 (1900-2004) 

Folder 1 

Genealogy of Campbell family 

Memorial Service for Dr. Campbell 

Photocopy of the "History of the Presbyterian Church" 

The Pen and Plate Club of Asheville, 2004 

Folder 2 

Photographs of Campbell and Family 

Folder 3 

Life of Elizabeth Campbell 

Folder 4 

Scrapbook of Robert Campbell. Featuring Newspaper Clippings on Political Issues and Published writings during Campbell's life. 

Folder 5 

Photocopy of Scrapbook found in Folder 4 

Folder 6 

Photocopy of Thomas Wolfe's Funeral Information 

Oversize Materials