The influential A Baptist Bibliography (Edwin Starr, edited, 1952) has been scanned as well as a Baptist World Alliance scrapbook provided by the American Baptist Historical Society.
What does ABHS stand for?
ABHS stands for American Baptist Historical Society (est. 1853)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of ABHS
We have 31 other meanings of ABHS in our Acronym Attic
- Association of Black Health-System Pharmacists
- Alcohol-Based Hand Rub (hygiene)
- Aortic-Banded Hypertensive Rat
- Alexandria Black History Resource Center (Virginia)
- American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery
- As Built Hardware Reporting System
- Accounting and Business History Research Unit (Cardiff Business School; UK)
- Advisory Board for Health Standards (CEN)
- Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizer
- Alexian Brothers Health System
- Amish Brittle Hair Brain Syndrome
- Antibacterial Hand Soap
- Asquith Boys High School (Asquith, New South Wales, Australia)
- Autologous Blood Hematopoietic Stem Cells Transplant
- American Board of Hair Transplant Surgery
- Argon Blower Heater Unit
- Analog Buffered Head Voltage (electronics)
- Avoca Beach Heritage Villas (Australia)
- Association for Behavioral Health and Wellness (est. 1994; Washington, DC)
- Association of Black Harvard Women
Samples in periodicals archive:
American Baptist Collections The American Baptist Historical Society (ABHS), located on the Atlanta campus of Mercer University, is one of the oldest and most impressive collections of Baptist records in America.
Valley Forge, PA: American Baptist Historical Society Papers (copy in Special Collection Department, University Library, Samford University), 1823-1833.
The Chapel Car Evangel," Scrapbook, "Merry Christmas," The American Baptist Historical Society, Valley Forge, Pa.
Deborah Bingham Van Broekhoven is executive director, American Baptist Historical Society, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.
Such meetings would address the need for denominational identity for groups such as the American Baptist Historical Society and the Southern Baptist Historical Society.
The American Baptist Historical Society invites essays in Baptist history to be submitted for its annual Torbet Prize in Baptist History.
Sadly, no copies are held by the American Baptist Historical Society in either its American Baptist-Samuel Colgate Historical Library in Rochester, New York or its Archives Center in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.