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William E. Barton Samaritan Collection

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William E. Barton Samaritan Collection, 1903-1950 | Theology Library Archives

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Title: William E. Barton Samaritan Collection, 1903-1950Add to your cart.

ID: 01/002

Extent: 7.0 Cubic Feet. More info below.

Languages: English, Hebrew, Sanskrit, Arabic

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Barton Collection contains materials accumulated during a quarter century (1903-1926) of personal contact with the Samaritans, including correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, and scrolls.  Primary material consists of nineteen scrolls, including two Pentateuchal scrolls of early twentieth century vintage, the original and unpublished Arabic texts of Priest Jacob on the history and thought of the sect, five small modern codices of parts of the Samaritan Pentateuch, two Samaritan prayer books, an Arabic treatise by Priest Isaac on Jacob’s Well, and untranslated autobiography of Jacob in Arabic, two copies of the Samaritan Book of Joshua in Arabic, one of which has a commentary in Samaritan Hebrew, and a copy of Abu’l Fath.  The photographs include forty-three prints of the Abisa scroll from a 1919 filming, discredited at the time, but verified as authentic after re-photographing by Perez Castro in the 1950s, and other photographs or glass slides of the Samaritans.  Personal letters reveal his contacts with the Samaritans and dealers through whom he obtained the scrolls and other materials.  Also contains about 150 letters by or about the American Samaritan Committee.

Collection Historical Note

<strong style="box-sizing: border-box; color: rgb(85, 85, 85); font-family: Benton; font-size: 16px; line-height: 28px;">ILLIAM ELEAZAR BARTON. </strong><span style="color: rgb(85, 85, 85); font-family: Benton; font-size: 16px; line-height: 28px;">Clergyman, Samaritan scholar.  Born June 28, 1861, in Sublette, IL; died Dec. 7, 1930 in Foxboro, MA. Attended Berea College, BS 1885, MS 1888, AM 1890, and Oberlin Theological Seminary, BD 1890.  Congregational minister (1885-) serving primarily in Oak Park, IL ( 1899-1924). Associate editor of Bibliotheca Sacra, editor of The Advance. Maintained a lively interest in and correspondence with the Samaritans of Nablus from 1903 until 1926.  During this period, Barton published several articles on the Samaritans in popular and scholarly American journals, and also edited and published a number of essays concerning the sect written by the Samaritan High Priest Jacob (1841-1916). Concern for the financial state of the Samaritan community led Barton to become involved in a humanitarian project for their benefit—an ambitious but ill-fated venture known as the American Samaritan Committee—in part funded by E.K. Warren, an millionaire from Three Oaks, MI.</span>

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C-061
Folder 1: Sheepskin Parchment FragmentAdd to your cart.
13th cent., approx. 4”x5”.  Item examined by John Rylands Library, Manchester UK, in 1959 with following report:  “On what we shall call the -recto there is a portion of text in large majuscule of which only a few words are distinguishable. This was the original text and is in a very fine hand. . . . Beneath the recto text is written in ink, presumably in Dr. W. E. Barton’s hand, “Gen. 26:20-22.” . . . The identification Gen. 26:20-22 is wrong.  It is, in fact, Gen. 36:20-22, with, above it, faint traces of the verses immediately preceding.  Part of the text has also been re-inked to bring to the surface some letters.  In more than one place this has been wrongly done and proves misleading. . . On the verso there are five lines of text in a modern hand. . . . On the verso are written “Lev. 9:22 this side modern” and also “very ancient MS Samaritan in purplish ink, Nablous March 11, 1902. . . . The five lines of text on the verso are written in a modern hand in a species of Samaritan majuscule.  It is an untutored hand.  Lev. 9:22, as identification of the text, is correct only for the last two lines.  The first three are a misquotation of Exodus 9:8.  The five lines here appear to be all that was ever written on the verso.  An infra-red photograph discloses no other text. . . . A comparison of the original text of the fragment and that of the Pentateuch Codex I of the collection of Samaritan MSS. in the John Rylands Library (see my Catalogue) reveals that to all seeming the writing on each is by the same hand.  The Rylands Codex I is dated 1211 A.D. and the copyist was the famous calligraphist with the soubriquet of Abu ‘l-Barakat.”  Edward Robertson, letter dated 30th January 1959.  Letter and three page report in photocopy included.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 1)
Folder 2: The Samaritan ChronicleAdd to your cart.
Vol. 1, in book form, in Arabic, holo., 507 p. (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 2)
Folder 3: The Book of JoshuaAdd to your cart.
The History of Joshua According to the Samaritan, copied from ancient manuscripts by Samaritan priests in the synagogue at Old Shechem.  In book form, in Arabic with Samaritan (“The Book of Days”, sometimes called “Chonicle”)  following, holo., 90 p.,  with a typescript translation of the first ten pages of the manuscript, 7 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 3)
Folder 4: The Story of Joseph According to the Samaritan.Add to your cart.
In book form, in Samaritan, holo., 71 p.  Note on front leaves:  “This little book was purchased by me in March 1902 from the Samaritan priests at Nablous in their synagogue at the foot of Mount Gerazim.  It contains the story of Joseph from Genesis XXXIX:1 to the end of the book.  Like the Hebrew, it reads from right to left. William E. Barton.:  Note on back leaf:  “Microfilmed for University of Leeds, April 1957.”  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 4)  JDPurvis:  “There is no colophon and no cryptogram.”
Folder 5: The Book of ExodusAdd to your cart.
In four volumes, on paper, in Samaritan, holo., v.1, Ex. 1-11, 100 p., v. 2, Ex. 12-24, 119 p., v. 3, Ex. 25-31:17, 66 p., v. 4, Ex. 31:18-end, 84 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 5)  JDPurvis:  “The scribe is identified in the colophon of the last volume as Ab Hasdah, son of the High Priest Jacob.  The work was completed in A.H. 1320 (=1902).”
Folder 6Add to your cart.
Item 1: Public PrayersAdd to your cart.
In Samaritan, holo., 79 p.  Note on flyleaf:  “Microfilmed for University of Leeds, April 1957.”  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 6)  JDPurvis:  “Title on cover in Samaritan characters … The text is written in cursive Samaritan letters, with some Arabic.  The work, as its companion volume, is not carefully executed.”
Item 2: PrayersAdd to your cart.
In Samaritan, holo., 100 p.  Note on flyleaf: “Microfilmed for University of Leeds, April 1957.”  Contains penciled caption: “Prayers to be said when season are not prosperous (with many other prayers).  Prayers for the day break of those whose memory is past (for the dead).  And common prayers by authors known and unknown.”  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 6)  JDPurvis:  “Title on cover in Samaritan characters … The text is written in cursive Samaritan characters, with some Arabic.  The work was not carefully executed.”
Folder 7: Commentary on GenesisAdd to your cart.
Unbound, in Arabic, holo., 211 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 7)  JDPurvis:  “The Biblical text is written in cursive Samaritan letters, the commentary in Arabic.”
Folder 8Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Book of JoshuaAdd to your cart.
Unbound, in Arabic, holo., 110 p.  Includes [translation of?] letter from Jacob, son of Aaron, Samaritan High Priest, dated 7.12.08, sent to W.E. Barton.  Note inserted says that Jacob copied this text from a thirteenth century manuscript.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 8, Item 1)  JDPurvis:  “A letter from Jacob to Barton is pasted to the last page.  It expresses Jacob’s wish that the work be translated into English so that copies could be sold to tourists.”
Item 2: Undated leaf of Numbers 26:1-27Add to your cart.
In Samaritan, holo., 2 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 8, Item 2)
Folder 9Add to your cart.
Item 1: Bibliography of Samaritan books (by Jacob, at Nablus, 1905?).Add to your cart.
In Arabic and English, holo., 1 p. 11”x17”.   (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 9, item 1)  JDPurvis:  “A bilingual text, in Arabic and English.  The English column is in the hand of Dr. Gaskoin Wright of the Missionary Hospital in Nablus.  There are thirty items listed.”
Item 2: Autobiography of the Samaritan High PriestAdd to your cart.
Arabic, holo., 45 p.  Fly leaf inscribed: “William E. Barton,  Oak Park, Ill.  Received from the Samaritan High Priest, February 1, 1908.”  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 9, Item 2)  JDPurvis:  “The Arabic text was never translated.  It was Jacob’s wish that if the work should be translated and published, that no copies be sent to Palestine!”
Item 3: The Book of Inquiries for the Enlightenment of the InquirerAdd to your cart.
The Book of Questions and Answers: an Epitome of Samaritan Belief and Practice, by Jacob ben Aaron, High Priest of the Samaritans.  Prepared by request of William E. Barton.  Written on the 29th of Shewal, corresponding to the 21st of November of the Arabic year 1325 [1907] by its humble author, Jacob the Priest of the Samaritan people in Nablous.”  Also noted: “Microfilmed for Univ. of Leeds, April 1957.”  Arabic, holo., 91 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 9, Item 3)  JDPurvis:  “An Arabic treatise written by Jacob in 1907. A first installment was published by Barton under the title “The Book of Enlightenment”…the complete work was published as an 84-page monograph, The Book of Enlightenment for the Instruction of the Inquirer.”
Folder 10: The Book of Inquiries for the Enlightenment of the InquirerAdd to your cart.
English translation of Folder 9, Item 3 by A. B. Kori.  English, holo., 133 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 10)
Folder 11: The Book of Enlightenment for the Instruction of the InquirerAdd to your cart.
By Jacob, son of Aaron. Translated from the Arabic by Professor A. Ben Kori.  Galley proofs, 11 p., of section V-XIII.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 11)
Folder 12: The Samaritans: a History and Book of RitualAdd to your cart.
By Jacob, Son of Aaron, High Priest.  In book form, in Arabic, holo., 296 p.  Noted inside front cover: “William E. Barton, Oak Park, Ill., Purchased from Jacob, son of Aaron, High Priest of the Samaritans, 1907.”  Noted on back cover: “Microfilmed for Univ. of Leeds, April 1957.”  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 12)  JDPurvis:  “Arabic; ten chapters: 1. On the History of the Samaritan People; 2. On the Sanctity of Mount Gerezim; 3. On the Sabbath; 4. On Circumcision; 5. On the Reckoning of Time; 6. On Ritual Defilements and Purifications; 7. On Dietary Regulations; 8. On Marriage; 9. On Torah; 10. On Death and Judgment.  The first four chapters were translated by Abdullah ben Kori and published by Barton… The remaining chapters were never translated.”
Folder 13Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Messianic Hope of the SamaritanAdd to your cart.
The Messianic Hope of the Samaritan, by Jacob, Son of Aaron, High Priest of the Samaritans.  Reprinted from the Open Court, 1907.  36 p.  Cover reads: “Original manuscript.”  Inside is the original Arabic manuscript, dated July 1906 (23 p.) and letter in Arabic from the High Priest dated May 17, 1907, with an English translation.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 13, Item 1)
Item 2: Printed Picture of Chart of TabernacleAdd to your cart.
By Jacob, the High Priest, from the above book, with annotations by A. Ben Kori in blue pencil. (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 13, Item 2)
Item 3: Letter from A. Ben Kori to Dr. BartonAdd to your cart.
Dated Nov. 6, 1907, on the reverse is a key to the annotations on the picture, in Hebrew and English.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 13, Item 3)
Folder 14: An Account of Jacob's WellAdd to your cart.
By Isaac, second Priest of the Samaritans, 1907.  Holo., in Arabic, 15 p.,  with letter from Dr. Gaskoin Wright, in Arabic, 3 p.  Dr. Wright doubts the validity of Isaac’s description of the location for the well.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 14)  JDPurvis:  “The Arabic text was never translated.  Isaac wrote the essay in 1907. Its purpose was to demonstrate that the traditional site of Jacob’s well was not the true site.  He proposed instead a recently discovered well at which a Samaritan inscription was found.”
Folder 15Add to your cart.
Item 1: Page in ArabicAdd to your cart.
Noted in pencil: “Moslem School, Tomb of John the Baptist, Ancient Samaria, March 10, 1902”; reverse has illustration.  In Arabic, 8”x12”, holo., 2 p. (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 15, Item 1)
Item 2: Page with IllustrationAdd to your cart.
Noted in pencil: “Charm for the Evil Eye, Purchased at Joseph’s Tomb, March 12, 1902 from Dervish.”  Paper, 3’x6.5”.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 15, Item 2)
Item 3: "About the Birth of Jesus, the Son of Joseph the Carpenter"Add to your cart.
Typescript from Samaritan Geneological Annals, page 281.  Typescript, 3 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 15, Item 3)
Folder 16Add to your cart.
Item 1: Scrap of envelope from Featherbone MagazinetteAdd to your cart.
Posted in 1902, inside inscribed (by WEB?) in ink with a line in Hebrew and in pencil: “Line missing from the Hebrew Pentateuch.”  1 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 16, Item 1)
Item 2: Pages from the Samaritan PentateuchAdd to your cart.
With annotation on page 42 to omit some text in illustration of Samaritan Alphabet.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 16, Item 2)
Item 3: The Samaritan Theory of the Unity of the PentateuchAdd to your cart.
A paper presented before the Society of Biblical Research, March 30, 1912.”  Two pages, typescript, with edits in pen, being the introduction to the presentation [by WEB?].  2 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 16, Item 3)
Item 4: "The War and the Samasitan Colony"Add to your cart.
By William E. Barton.  Presented at the Chicago Society of Biblical Research, March 20, 1920.  Typescript and carbon on yellow paper, 12 p. each.  Carbon copy has ink annotation on first page: “Please return to Robert E. Moody, 725 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.”  Program of meeting included.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 16, Item 4)
Item 5: "The Samaritans"Add to your cart.
Typescript, 1 p., of notes on 2 Kings, Ezra, and Nehemiah. Holo., 2 p., of notes on the “Samaritan Ghetto in Nablus.”  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 16, Item 5)
Folder 17Add to your cart.
Item 1: "Jerusalem Today"Add to your cart.
By Fareedy Naseef.  Typescript, 4 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 17, Item 1)
Item 2: "The Ancient Scroll of the Samaritans"Add to your cart.
Typescript, photostatic copy, 15 p., two copies, with pencil completing some text lines.  One copy annotated in pencil:  Edward Roberson, John Rylands Library, 22 Nov. 1956, Royal Asiatic Society in London, centenary of the birth of Dr. Gaster.”  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 17, Item 2)
Item 3: "More about the Samaritan Pentateuch"Add to your cart.
Unidentified author (not Barton), typescript, 3 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 17, Item 3)
Item 4: "A Knight in Blue Overalls"Add to your cart.
Unidentified author, typescript, 2 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 17, Item 4)
Item 5: UntitledAdd to your cart.
Pages 5-7 of typescript by unidentified author, 3 p.  Found with 1905-06 letters.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 18, Item 5)
Folder 18: Untitled manuscript in Sanskrit (?)Add to your cart.
Holo., 4.4”x10.2”, 334 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 18)
Folder 19Add to your cart.
Item 1: Letter from Jacob B. Barton to his sonAdd to your cart.
WEB, Nov. 10, 1895.  Holo., 8 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 19, Item 1)
Item 2: Letters from Abdul Mohammed, donkey boy in Luxor, to WEBAdd to your cart.
Aug. 30, 1902, 2 p.; May 13, 1903, 2 p.; June 20, 1903, 2 p.; March 28, 1906, 2 p.; May 17, 1904, 2 p.; May 31, 1906, 3 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 19, Item 2)
Item 3: Letters from Samuel Johnson, antique dealer in Jerusalem, to WEBAdd to your cart.
April 6, 1903, 2 p.; May 23, 1903, 3 p.; July 22, 1903, 2 p.; July 28, 1903, 3 p.; Feb. 8, 1904, 1 p.; Oct. 27, 1904, 2 p.; Nov. 5, 1904, 2 p.; Nov. 21, 1904, 2 p.  Letters offer scrolls for sale. (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 19, Item 3)
Folder 20: American Samaritan CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
To WEB and others, from A. Ben Kori, Abu-l Hassan, Gaskoin Wright, and the Samaritan community, regarding Palestine, the Samaritan Committee, and the Samaritans.  Approx. 150 letters, 1902-1926.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 20: 1902-1918)
Folder 21: American Samaritan CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
To WEB and others, from A. Ben Kori, Abu-l Hassan, Gaskoin Wright, and the Samaritan community, regarding Palestine, the Samaritan Committee, and the Samaritans.  Approx. 150 letters, 1902-1926.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 21: 1919-1926)
Folder 22: Letters from publishers to WEBAdd to your cart.
Approx. 58 letters, from 1904-1910.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 22)
Folder 23: Letters from Jacob, Son of Aaron, to WEBAdd to your cart.
In Arabic or English translation, with numerous letters from WEB to Gaskoin Wright, W.J. Drew, S.V. Webb, and others.  Approx. 58 letters, 1906-1913.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 23: 1906, 1907, 1908,  1909, 1910)
Folder 24: Letters from Jacob, Son of Aaron, to WEBAdd to your cart.
In Arabic or English translation, with numerous letters from WEB to Gaskoin Wright, W.J. Drew, S.V. Webb, and others.  Approx. 58 letters, 1906-1913.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 24:  1911,  1912, 1913)
Folder 25: Unidentified letters (2) in ArabicAdd to your cart.
(C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 25)
Folder 26: Photographs (b/w), marked by WEB, unverified, Special Collections listing: (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 26)Add to your cart.
1. Tomb within the Crusading Church at Samaria, 3.2”x3.2”.2. Samaritan High Priest and his family, 2.7”x3.6”. 3. View near Nablus, 2.9”x3.9”.4. Samaria in distance, 3.2”x3.2”. 5. View of Nablus Hospital, 4.2”x3”. 6. View from the High Priest’s house showing [illegible, Dotharn’s?] Rock (2), 2.8”x3.6” and 4.1”x3.2”. 7. Moslem patients waiting to be seen, 4.2” x 3.2”. 8. Ruins of the [illegible] Temple on top of Mt. Gerizim, 4.2”x3.2”. 9. Nablus Hospital, 3.7”x2.5”.10. Street of Pillars, Samaria, 3.2”x3.2”. 11. Old [illegible] outside Nablus, 4.2”x3.2”. 12. Crypt of old crusading church showing Jacob’s well, 3.2”x3.2”. 13. Jacob’s well showing ruins of the old crusading church, 3.2”x3.2”. 14. Women’s Surgical Ward, Nablus Hospital, 4.2”x3.1”. 15. One of the Women’s Wards, Nablus Hospital, 4.2”x3”. 16. View of Nablus (Mt. Ebal in distance) looking towards Samaritan [illegible], 4.2”x3”. 17. Samaritans at prayer on Mt. Gerizim, Passover, 1907, 3.2”x2.3”. 18. Heating the Oven to Roast the Passover Lambs, Mt, Gerizim, 1906, 7”x7”. 19. Photo of Samaritan Pentateuch and Genesis (3), 5”x7.1”. 20. Jacob, Son of Aaron, High Priest of the Samaritans, with [illegible] Pentateuch, 3.5”x4.5”. 21. Jacob, Son of Aaron, the priest in Shechem, 1902, 4”x5.5”. 22. Isaac, 2nd Priest of the Samaritans, 4.7”x5.6”. 23. Ancient case for the Samaritan Pentateuch with negative, 3.1”x4”. 24. High Priest officiating at the Samaritan Passover, Mt. Gerizim, Palestine, 7”x7”. 25. Samaritan High Priest and Scroll, 8.3”x10.7”. 26. Nablous, the long slope is foot of Mt. Ebal, ascent from left Mt. Gerizim, path in foreground is ascent to Mt. Gerizim, 4”x3”. 27. Lower slope of Gerizim with Ebal in the distance, 4”x3”. 28. Mosque over a church, from stone inside was evidently at the time possessed by Samaritans, 4”x3”.29. Mt. Ebal, 4”x3”.30. Abdul Mohammed, 1906, 3.5”x5.7”.31. Photo of Abdul Mohammed in youth, labelled by him, 4.7”x4.1”. 34. Unlabelled photo of Jacob(?) with unidentified person, 4.2”x3.1”. 35. Unlabelled photo of Isaac, 2nd Priest and family on a postcard, 3.5”x5.5”. 36. Unidentified postcards (2) of people, 3.5”x5.4”. 37. Unidentified mounted photograph of group in traditional dress, 6.4”x4.7”.
Folder 27Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Samaritan Pentateuch: the story of survival among the sects, by WEB.Add to your cart.
Oberlin OH : Bibliotheca Sacra Co., 1903.  Two copies, one with parts cutout.  Printed, 42 p. (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 27, Item 1)
Item 2: The History and Religion of the SamaritansAdd to your cart.
By Jacob, Son of Aaron, High Priest of the Samaritans, translated by Abdullah Ben Kori, ed. by WEB.  Oak Park IL : Puritan Press, 1906.  Three copies.  Printed, 46 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 27, Item 2)
Item 3: "The Samaritan Passover" by WEBAdd to your cart.
Christian Endeavor World 20:28 (April 12, 1906): 559-560.  Detached copy.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 27, Item 3)
Item 4: Mount Gerizim: the one true sanctuaryAdd to your cart.
By Jacob, Son of Aaron, High Priest of the Samaritans, translated by Abdullah Ben Kori, ed. by WEB.  Oak Park IL : Puritan Press, 1907.  Reprinted from Bibliotheca Sacra (July 1907).  Three copies.  Printed, 32 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 27, Item 4)
Item 5: "Has the Samaritan Book of Joshua ever been found?"Add to your cart.
The Literary Digest (October 3, 1908): 464.  Detached copy.  Authored by WEB?  Incomplete?  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 27, Item 5)
Folder 28Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Messianic Hope of the SamaritansAdd to your cart.
By Jacob, Son of Aaron, High Priest of the Samaritans, translated by Abdullah Ben Kori, ed. by WEB.  Reprinted from The Open Court (May and September 1907).  Two copies.  Printed, 36 p.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 28, Item 1)
Item 2: "The Samaritan Passover," by WEBAdd to your cart.
The Open Court 22:4 (April 1908): 193-215.  Three copies.  (C-061 WEB Box 3, Folder 28, Item 2)

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