The following table is a list of the Institution and Service Collections archived at Pacific Northwest Mennonite Historical Society. You may browse the list or do a keyword search using the search feature. Once you find a collection you have interest in, just click on the Identifier for that collection to take you to the “Finding Aids” [detailed description] for the collection. [If the indicator is not an active link, the collection in not developed] You are welcome to visit the archives to explore collections of interest.
|Identifier:||Institution or Service:||Description:|
|IV-1.1||Western Mennonite School (WMS)|
|IV-1.1.1||WMS Administration||Records of a private Christian school assosciated with the Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference of the Mennonite Church, and later the Mennonite Church USA. Materials are divided into four series:
1) School Board minutes, 2) Faculty Meeting minutes, 3) Financial records and 4) Miscellaneous
|IV-1.1.2||WMS Academic||A collection of documents related to the Academic operations at Western Mennonite School including principal's reporta and correspondence, enrollment reports, faculty memos, finances, handbooks, student aid and evaluation.|
|IV-1.1.3||WMS Student Records and Activities||A collection of student records, admission applications, handbooks, activity reports, periodicals and other publications, and alumni association records for Western Mennonite School|
|IV-1.4||Lake Creek Mennonite School|
|IV-1.5||Hesston College||Brief historical review of Hesston College by Presidential terms.|
|IV-2.1||Salem Deaconess Hospital||This small collection contains 1 item, the minute book, July 7, 1925-September 15, 1930. (some in German; remainder in English)|
|IV-2.2||Lebanon Community Hospital|
|IV-3||Retirement Centers / Homes for the Aged|
|IV-3.1||Albany Mennonite Home / Mennonite Village||Contains early documents, organizational and operational documents, programs, clippings and anniversary celebration programs for the Mennonite Village (formerly The Albany Mennonite Home for the Aged).|
|IV-3.2||Dallas Retirement Center|
|IV-3.3||Hope Village||This collection includes minutes, correspondence and other documents related to the early beginnings of Hope Village and its operation through 2009.|
|IV-4.1||Drift Creek Camp||Records of a Mennonite camp administered by the Mennonite Camping Association of Oregon. Materials include governing documents, minutes, newsletters, clippings, brochures, and programming files.|
|IV-4.2||Other Mennonite Camps (Mennonite Camp Association)||Includes information about member camps with the exception of Drift Creek Camp.|
|IV-5||Peace and Service|
|IV-5.1||Civilian Public Service (World War II) (CPS)||A collection of periodicals from Civilian Public Service Camps around the country from 1942 to 1951 and includes a 1973 report on a smoke jumpers reunion.
Note: CPS during World War II-Civilian Public Service; after the war (about 1965 and on, it meant Civilian Peace Service and included I-W work and Voluntary Service).
|IV-5.2||Civilian Peace Service (post - WW II) (CPS)||A collection of periodicals and other documents related to the Civilian Peace Service years, including individual files from young men serving I-W in Portland.|
|IV-5.3||Voluntary Service (VS)||This small collection on Voluntary Service program includes a Guest book, April 1949 to August 1967, Scrapbook of information about the various V.S.ers, 2 Photo albums and Miscellaneous Copies of AGAPE.|
|IV-5.5||Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)||This small collection consists of a single item, the 1978 MCC Workbook|
|IV-6.2||Idaho Mennonite World Relief Festival|