H I S T O R Y
Ruth Mougey Worrell Family Papers
3 Linear Feet
Contents include pageants written by Ruth M.
Worrell; printed programs of pageants
produced and/ or written by Ruth M. Worrell;
family portraits; photographs of scenes from
various pageants; etc. c. 1850- 1961
Contents Lzclude Ruth M. l d o ~ r e l lc orrespondence;
Ohio Council of Church Women and United Church
Women of Columbus and Franklin County programs
and materials; United Council of Church Women
manuals, Executive Secretary's reports, etc.;
World Council of Churches programs and
histories; World C o m i t y Day and World Day
of Prayer prsgrams and materials;
publications of the United Council of Church
Women; scrapbooks containing pageant publicity,
material re the Mother of the Year award, etc.;
miscellaneous chhurch publications; etc.
Contents include a gemealogy of the Mougey
f4. amily; newspaper clippings dealing with
family history; David Chambers correspondence;
an agreement between David Chambers, Joseph
White and Porter Sawyer t o establish the
Muskingum Messenger; Reminiscences of Olden Times
by David Chambers ( great grandfather of Ruth M. Florrell);
materials relating to S. S. Ferguson ( grandfather of
Ruth M. Worrell), J. W. Mougey ( father of Ruth M.
Worrell), and Laura Ferguson Mougey ( mother of Ruth M.
Worrell); miscellaneous family deeds, diplomas and
correspondence; a memorabilia book ( probably kept by
J. W. Ferguson) ; a Jenny Lind album ke, bc by Ann
Eliza Peters ( granddaughter of David Chambers);
a Civil War diary kept by J. L. Peters;
material relating to the work of the Women's Home
Missionary Society in the South during Reconstruction;
material relating to the Woman's Boards of Foreign
Missions and the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society- :.
the Christian Advocate for September 9, 19%
( centennial number) ; etc. 1810- 1926
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