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JOSEPH C. HARTZELL PAPERS

  

(Mss. 506) 

Inventory

 

Revised by 

Kate James

 

Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections

Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library

Louisiana State University Libraries

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

 

2002

 

 

Contents of Inventory

 

Summary                                                                                                                            

Biographical/Historical Note                                                                                                  

Scope and Content Note                                                                                                       

Index Terms                                                                                                                          

Container List                                                                                                                         

Appendix A:  Table of disbound letterbook’s original and Hartzell’s indexed order                 

 

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Proper acknowledgment of LLMVC materials must be made in any resulting writing or publications.  The correct form of citation for this manuscript group is given on the summary page. Copies of scholarly publications based on research in the Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections are welcomed.

 

Summary

 

Size.                0.8 linear feet

 

Geographic     Bloomington and Perkin, Illinois and New Orleans, Louisiana

locations.       

 

Inclusive

dates.              1862-1872, n.d.; 1900-1906, n.d.

 

Language.       English

 

Summary.       Correspondence and printed materials related to the personal and

                        professional affairs of Joseph C. Hartzell, missionary Bishop for Africa.

 

Organization. Papers arranged chronologically.

 

Access.           No restrictions.

 

Copyright.       Physical rights are retained by the LSU Libraries.  Copyright of the original materials is retained by descendants of the creators of the materials in accordance with U.S. copyright law.

 

Citation.          Joseph C. Hartzell Papers, Mss. 506, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, La.

 

Stack               U:155-156, OS:H, MssMf:H

location.         

 

 

Biographical/Historical Note

 

Joseph Crane Hartzell was born of Methodist parents on an Illinois farm, June 1, 1842.  At the age of sixteen, he entered upon an eleven years’ course of study.  In 1868, he completed his theological course in Garrett Biblical Institute, graduating with a Batchelor of Divinity.  Illinois-Wesleyan University had already granted him a Batchelor of Arts degree. Illinois Wesleyan and Alleghany College both granted him the degree of Doctor of Divinity in 1875. 

 

He entered the Central Illinois Conference in the fall of 1868, and was appointed pastor of Pekin, Ill. In 1869, he married Miss Jennie Culver, of Chicago, and in February of the following year he was transferred to the Louisiana Conference.  For three years he was stationed at Ames Chapel, (now St. Charles Avenue Church), New Orleans.  This church was the only New Orleans Methodist church to remain with the Northern Conference when there was a split between northern and southern churches over the issue of slavery in 1848.  During the nine years following Hartzell was presiding elder of districts in the Louisiana Conference.  He began publication in 1873 of the Southwestern Christian Advocate, which he carried as a private enterprise until its adoption as an official paper of the Methodist  Episcopal Church by the General Conference of 1876.  He was editor of this paper until February 1881, when he resigned to become Assistant Secretary of the Feedman’s Aid Society. At the General Conference of 1888 he was elected Corresponding Secretary of the Freedman’s Aid and Southern Education Society, to which office he was re-elected by the General Conference of 1892. When the retirement of Bishop William Taylor made it necessary to choose his successor, the General Conference of 1896 elected Dr. Hartzell as Missionary Bishop for Africa. 

 

During the next four years, Bishop Hartzell traveled 70,000 miles in performing the duties of his office. He presided over the four Annual Sessions of the Liberia Conference and on July 9, 1897, organized the Congo Mission Conference.  He laid the foundations of the Mission in New and Old Umtali, Mashonaland, receiving as donations form the British South Africa Company, valuable lots in New Umtali, with appropriations of funds for the maintenance of a school among Europeans, and a tract of several thousand acres with twelve buildings, which cost over $100,000, at Old Umtali, for the establishment of an industrial Mission.

 

He held the first sessions of the East Central Africa and the West Central Africa Mission Conferences, which were formed from the Congo Mission Conference, in 1901.  On September 20, 1903, he dedicated the St. Andrew’s Methodist Episcopal Church, the first Methodist Episcopal Church erected for the use of white people in Africa.  In the spring of 1910, Bishop Hartzell organized the American Mission in North Africa.

 

At the General Conference of 1916, he was retired from active service.  Hartzell died on Sept. 6, 1928 at the age of 87 as a result of injuries sustained during a robbery at his home in Blue Ash, Ohio.

 

 

Scope and Content

 

Joseph C. Hartzell Papers consist of his correspondence and relate primarily to his work as a minister and bishop.  Miscellaneous printed items are also included.

 

The letter book, 1862-1872, deals with his work as student, teacher, and minister in Boomington and Pekin, Illinois, and New Orleans.  After 1870, he became minister of the Ames Methodist Episcopal Church, at that time the only Northern Conference Church in New Orleans.  His relations with members of the Southern Conference, attitudes of the Southern people, and political connections of members of the church are discussed in his correspondence with friends, members of his family, and other ministers.

 

From 1900 to 1906, the correspondence is concerned with Hartzell’s work as Bishop for Africa.  It deals with matters at the various stations, missions, and schools in Africa; ordering of varied equipment; attempts to raise money in support of missionary work; lecturing on the work in Africa; and the relations of missionaries in the field with prospective candidates.    

 

There are newspaper clippings about the Hartzell family, the church, a history of the Mormons, and copies of prayers. There are three African steamship company timetables from October to December 1900.

 

Collection is available on microfilm at MssMf:H.

 

Note:  The letterbook has been disbound and contents are in boxes 1 and 2.

 

 

Index Terms

 

Ames Methodist Episcopal Church (New Orleans, La.)

Clergy—Africa

Clergy—Illinois

Clergy—Louisiana

Freedman’s Aid Society

Hartzell, Joseph C.

Methodist church buildings—Louisiana—New Orleans

Missionaries—Africa

St. Andrew’s Methodist Episcopal Church

 

 

Container List

 

Collection available on microfilm at MssMf:H.

 

Stack               Box     Folder             Contents

location                                                                                                                                  

                                                            Papers

 

U:155               1          1                      Index to letterbook

                                    2-8                   Correspondence from letterbook that was disbound, 1862-1870.

                       

 

U:155               2          1-7                   Correspondence from letterbook that was disbound, 1870-1872, n.d. and portrait of Joseph C. Hartzell.

 

U:155               3          1-6                   1900

                       

U:156               4          1-7                   1901-1906, n.d.

8                          Newspaper clippings

 

OS:H                           1                      Time table from a steamship company, 1900

 

OS:H                           2                      Two time tables from steamship companies, 1900

 

 

Appendix A

 

Hartzell organized many of his letters in a letterbook that has been disbound.  He


numbered many of them and included an index in the back of the book. This table


reflects the order the letters appeared in the book as well as the way he organized them.

They are in chronological order now.  Some letters are unsigned, and a few signatures are

illegible.  Question marks indicate uncertainty in the signatures.



 

Actual Order

His Order

Date

To

From

1

1

Dec. 18, 1865

J.C. Hartzell

J.S. Cumming

2

2

Aug. 24, 1865

J.C. Hartzell

J.S. Cumming

3

3

June 12, 1865

J.C. Hartzell

J.S. Cumming

4

4

Aug. 9, 1866

J.C. Hartzell

J.S. Cumming

5

5

April 10, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

Rev. M. Morey

6

6

May 17, 1866

J.C. Hartzell

C.H. Fowler

7

9

Feb. 17, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

D.P. Kidder

8

8

Dec. 4, 1867

J.C. Hartzell

D.P. Kidder

9

10

May, 3, 1866

J.C. Hartzell

J.W. Shank

10

11

May 6, 1867

J.C. Hartzell

L. Hitchcock

11

17

June 29, 1863

J.C. Hartzell

Rufus A. Wilkinson

12

18

Aug. 4, 1863

J.C. Hartzell

C.C.  Snyder

13

19

Aug. 15, 1865

J.C. Hartzell

W.D.H. Young

14

20

Oct. 4, 1865

J.C. Hartzell

W.D.H. Young

15

21

Oct. 4, 1865

J.C. Hartzell

B.A. Keruf?

16

22

Aug. 10, 1865

J.C. Hartzell

N.H. Axtell

17

23

Nov. 30, 1864

J.C. Hartzell

J.S. Cumming

18

24

April 14, 1862

J.C. Hartzell

J.S. Cumming

19

26 (24 crossed out)

Aug. 22, 1864

J.C. Hartzell

Nattie W. Richardson

20

25 (23 crossed out)

July 26, 1864

J.C. Hartzell

N.W.R.

21

27

Dec. 14, 1865

J.C. Hartzell

N.W. Richardson

22

28

Dec. 8, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Mrs.) J.F. Willing

23

29

n.d.

J.C. Hartzell

Mary E. Dugger

24

30

July 29

J.C. Hartzell

(Mrs.) H.S. Pearson

25

34

Sept. 18

J.C. Hartzell

H.C.D. (H.C. DeMotte)

26

33

Aug. 7, 1868

J.C. Hartzell

M.G. Sfurringer

27

36

Jan. 14

J.C. Hartzell

(Mrs.) H.S. Pearson

28

37

Nov. 20, 1868

J.C. Hartzell

(A.J. Kynett)

29

38

May 7, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

29

39

July 8, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

30

40

June 8, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

31

41

March 11, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

32

42

May 18, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

33

43

April 8, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

34

44

Feb. 8, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Dr.) J.P. Newman

35

(45)

Feb. 19, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Dr.) J.P. Newman

36

46

Dec. 21, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Dr.) J.P. Newman

37

47

Dec. 5, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Bishop) M. Simpson

38

48

May 2, 1866

J.C. Hartzell

E. Thomson

39

49

March 23, 1867

J.C. Hartzell

(Bishop) M. Simpson

40

50

Dec. 17, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

S. Scott

41

51

April 1, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Bishop) M. Simpson

42

52

April 8, 1869

J.C. Hartzell

(Dr.) J.P. Newman

43

53

May 8, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Geo. W. Honey

44

55

Jan. 6, 1879

J.C. Hartzell

H.C. DeMotte

45

54

April 14, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Miss) Sena (Hartzell)

46

56

Feb. 21, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Miss) Sena (Hartzell)

47

57

March 18, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

H.C. DeMotte

48

59

March 22, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Dr.) J.P. Newman

49

58

Feb. 27, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) Thomas Leake

50

61

March 13, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

L.A. Hawley

51

62

Dec. 28

J.C. Hartzell

(Mrs. I.N.) A.B. Teffl?

52

63

March 6, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) N. Newo. Rutledge

53

64

Jan. 27, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

J.W. Hartzell

54

65

Feb. 21, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Dr.) J.P. Newman

55

66

May 8, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Gen.) W.R. McMillen

55

67

March 18, 1868

J.C. Hartzell

(Mrs. H.S. Pearson)

56

69

Jan. 7, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

C.H. Stoddard

57

70

Oct. 15, 1867

J.C. Hartzell

(Mrs. J.W.) E. Pavell

58

71

n.d.

J.C. Hartzell

Mrs. H.P. Westerman

59

72

May 7, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Dr.) J.P. Newman

60

72 ans.

June 6, 1870

(Dr.) J.P. Newman

J.C. Hartzell

61

73

May 4, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

D.C. Smith

62

74

May 5, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Mrs.) Annie Wittinmyer

63

75

Jan. 31, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Mrs.) J.T. Willing

64

77

April 20, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Lucius Matlock

65

78

May 13, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Major) E.E. Adams

66

79 (78 crossed out)

June 9, 1870 (“answered June 10, 1870” written on back)

J.C. Hartzell

E.W. Mason,

Supt. Of Education

67

80

June 13, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

J.B. (J.C.) Carter, Superintendent of Public Schools of New Orleans

68

81

June 17, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Hon.) H.S. McComb

69

82

Feb., 12, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(W.C.) Cyrus Bussey

70

83

July 23, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(W.C.) Cyrus Bussey

80

90

June 27, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Emerson Bentley

81

91 ans. to 90

July 4, 1870

Emerson Bentley

J.C.H.

82

94 ans. over

July 9, 1870 (“answered July 14, 1870” written on back)

Rev. J.C. Hartzell

(Prof.) B.S. Potter

83

96 copy

Mar. 21, 1870

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

J.C. Hartzell

84

97 ans. to 96

March 30, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

85

98 ans. to 97

April 20, 1870

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

J.C. Hartzell

86

99 ans. to 98

April 30, 1870

Rev. J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

87

100 ans. to 99

May 23, 1870

Rev. A.J. Kynett

J.C. Hartzell

89

101 ans. to 100

June 9, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

 

90

102 ans. to 101

n.d.

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

 

91

103 ans. to 102

July 6, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

92

104 ans. to 103

July 25, 1870

Rev. A.J. Kynett

J.C. Hartzell

93

105

July 16, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

W.H. Clark

94

 

July, 18, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

A. Murrell

95

 

July 23, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Rosetta A. Court

96

 

June 13, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Dr.) J.P. Newman

97

 

July 22, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(W.C.) Cyrus Bussey

98

 

March 11, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

R. Bergstresser

99

 

June 17, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Loving Sisters

100

 

June 30, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Rosetta A. Court

101

 

July 13, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Thomas Leake

102

 

July 17, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Emerson Bentley

103

 

Aug. 23, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

M. Bancroft

104

ans. to 88

Sept 3, 1870

R.S. Rust, D.D.

J.C. Hartzell

105

 

Oct. 21, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Morton Culver

106

 

Sept. 30, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Miss Jane Coover

107

 

Aug. 31, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Mrs. A.H. Taylor

108

 

Oct. 2, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Sister Mary

109

 

June 25, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Sister Eva Hayes

110

 

Nov. 26, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

J.W. Hearzete?

111

 

Oct. 15, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Marion B.

112 (written on the back of 113)

 

Sept. 23, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.C. Price

113

 

Aug. 15, 1870

Rev. A.C. Price

J.C. Hartzell

114

 

Nov. 9, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Geo. W. Honey

115

 

Nov. 15, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Heuy C. Dileley

116

 

Nov. 14, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Lucius) L.S. Matlock

117

 

Nov. 27, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Heuy C. Dileley

118

 

March 9, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Philip Phillips

119

 

March 2, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Philip Phillips

120

 

March 14, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Philip Phillips

121

 

Feb. 17, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Philip Phillips

122

 

Jan. 30, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Hitchcock & Walden

123

 

Feb. 28, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

J.R. West

124

 

Feb. 10, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Fletcher J. Ewley

125

 

Aug. 4, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Miss) Sena (Hartzell)

126

 

Jan. 28, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

S. Scott

127

 

Oct. 21, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Sister Mary

128

 

Sept. 23, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Lillie? Hartzell

129

 

Sept. 30, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Emerson Bentley

130

 

Feb. 6, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Lillie? (Hartzell)

131

 

Jan. 15, 1871

Joseph and Jennie (Hartzell)

M. Hartzell

132

 

Jan. 28, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

(Miss) Sena (Hartzell)

133

 

Jan. 20, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Hitchcock & Walden

134

 

Feb. 6, 1871

Rev. T Carlton, D.D.

J.C. Hartzell

135

 

Aug. 12, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Miss) Sena (Hartzell)

136

 

Aug. 21, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Lillie? (Hartzell)

137

 

Nov. 22, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Lucius Matlock

138

 

Nov. 22, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

M.C. Cole

139

 

Nov. 26, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Dr. J.P.  Newman

140

 

Feb. 13, 1871

Dr. J.P.  Newman

J.C. Hartzell

141

 

Feb. 21, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

(Dr.) J.P.  Newman

142

 

Sept. 30 ,1870

J.C. Hartzell

(Dr.) J.P.  Newman

143

 

Dec. 12, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

J.G. Badeuhayseu, Recording Steward

144

 

March 24, 187?

(Lucius) L.S. Matlock

James  ????auder

145

 

April 4, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

B.F. Crary

146

 

Feb. 27, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Geo. W. Honey

147

 

Nov. 24, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

E. D. Fuller

148

 

Sept. 14, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

Rosetta A. Cort

149

 

March 27, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Thos. A. Silcock

150

 

April 18, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

F. Spranliz?

151

 

March 22, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Mrs. H.P. Westerman

152

 

April 24, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

E. Heath

153

 

March 23, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

(Miss) Sena (Hartzell)

154

 

Feb. 21, 1871

J.C.H. and Jennie

M. Hartzell

155

 

April 21, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

B.F. Crary

156

 

May 8, 1871

Rev. A.J. Kynett

J.C.H.

157

 

Feb. 11, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

158

 

Jan. 3, 1871

Hon. H.S. McComb

(J.C. Hartrzell)

159

 

May 12, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

W.J. Mitchell and Wife

160

 

May 5, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

J.R. Jaques

161

 

May 5, 1870

J.C. Hartzell

W.D. Beaumont

162

 

April 27, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

S.S. Beiler

163

 

May 1?, 1871

Col. H.S. McComb

JC.H.

164 (written on the back of 163)

 

(copy) (by telegraph) May 22, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

H.S. McComb

165

 

May 17, 1871

J.C. Hartzell

Geo. W. Honey

166

 

May 5, 1871

(J.C. Hartrzell)

A.J. Hearrts?

167

 

May 20, 1871

Dr. Newman

J.C. Hartzell

168

 

June 3, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

E. Watts?

169

 

Oct. 31, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

J.W. Hartzell

170

 

April 5, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

A. Wallace

171

 

June 1, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

S. Scott

172

 

June 8, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

H.F. Simpson

173

 

Aug. 15, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

R.S. Rust

174

 

Sept. 10, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

Sarah White

175

 

Sept. 13, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

J.D. Lietit??berger

176

 

n.d.

(J.C. Hartrzell)

Sister Maggie

177

 

Sept. 28, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

(Dr.) J.P.  Newman

178

 

Sept. 25, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

N.T. Kendall

179

 

Oct. 19, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

Morton

180

 

Aug. 29, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

H.F. Simpson

181

 

July, 15, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

E.C. Bunlett

182

 

June 19, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

W.T. Bailey

183

 

June 30, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

H.F. Simpson

184

 

July 8, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

J.W. Hartzell

185

 

Dec. 22, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

Hitchcock & Walden

186

 

Nov. 20, 1870

J.C. Hartrzell

C.H. Stoddard

187

 

Aug. 14, ?

J.C. Hartrzell

H.S. Pearson

188

 

Oct. 12, 1870

J.C. Hartrzell

(Miss) Sena (Hartzell)

189

 

n.d.

J.C. Hartrzell

W.T.B. (Bailey)

190

 

June 16, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

E. Bartlett

191

 

May 31, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

L.S. Sadler

192

 

May 28, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

S.S. Beiler

193

 

June 5, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

Sister Mary

194

 

May 31, 1871

Bros. Matlock and Hartzell

J.S.J. Barth

195

 

Sept, 9, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

Rosetta A. Cort

196

 

Nov. 16, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

Geo. W. Honey

197

 

Nov. 15, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

(Dr.) J.P.  Newman

198

 

Nov. 16, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

(Dr.) J.P.  Newman

199

 

July 6, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

C.W.C Mu?

200

 

Nov. 6, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

(Dr.) J.P.  Newman

201

 

June 22, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

(Dr.) J.P.  Newman

202

 

June 23, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

(Dr.) J.P.  Newman

203

 

Jan. 8, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

H.S. McComb

204

 

June 1, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

W.T. Bailey

205

 

June ?, 1870

(J.C. Hartrzell)

W. Hartzell

206

 

Dec. 15, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

H.S. McComb

207

 

May 18, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

208

 

May 24, 1871

J.C. Hartrzell

(Rev.) A.J. Kynett

209

 

May 21, 1871

J.C. H.

? (not signed)