MF45 Philip Weltner Collection

Philip Weltner Collection
MF 45

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Weltner, Philip
Title: Philip Weltner Collection
Dates: Unknown
Abstract: The collection contains a copy of an essay by Dr. Philip Weltner.
Quantity: 0.5 linear feet
Processed By: La’ Quisha Chaffin

Administrative History

Philip Weltner wrote this essay to describe the faith he had in the joining of Oglethorpe University and the American Humane Education Society. He uses Christ as an example of how a leader should use his power, recognizing the potential in every man and woman. He expressed his hopes in teaching children kindness and building their human personalities, which he believed would strengthen human brotherhood. In his essay, he mentioned his admiration for Dr. Francis H. Rowley, the president of the American Humane Education Society at the time, for accomplishing this goal through the organization.


The collection includes an essay written by Dr. Philip Weltner.



Subject Headings

Weltner, Philip, Unknown

Rowley, Francis H., Unknown

American Humane Education Society

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation:
Please cite Philip Weltner Collection, MF 45, Archives, Philip Weltner Library, Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, Georgia. Permission to publish from this collection must be approved in writing by the Director of the Library, Oglethorpe University.