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Box 6

 Container

Contains 8 Results:

Rev. Samuel H. Sayre Diary, 1938, 1939

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 21
Identifier: id11507
Scope and Contents Beginning in 1938, Rev. Sayre uses a journal instead of a one year diary. In front of the diary are news clippings, notes, articles, letters and flyers. One flyer is for Altar Wines from James Moroney of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and one clipping announces his resignation from St. Mary's Episcopal Church on October 1 to become rector of St. John's Church, Bellefonte and gives a brief biography of his ministry up to that point. He begins the new larger diary œ¦giving a fuller and more...

Rev. Samuel H. Sayre Diary, 1940-1942

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 22
Identifier: id11508
Scope and Contents

This volume has postcards of hotels and other notes scattered throughout it. Begins on January 1, 1940 where he writes of eventually wanting to retire in Virginia. He gives detail of his cross country trip to Virginia in the summer of 1940. He mentions first blackout in Los Angeles, California on December 10, 1941, a few days after Pearl Harbor on December 7.

Rev. Samuel H. Sayre Diary, 1943-1946 April 29

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 23
Identifier: id11509
Scope and Contents The folder includes a sermon, letters, clippings, list of people's names with death and baptismal dates, church bulletins, and programs from the Occidental College Art Series. They have been placed in a separate folder in front of the diary and the date where they were located noted. On March 4, 1945, Rev. Sayre writes that St. Barnabas' Church was consecrated. He mentions on August 14, 1945 that Japan accepted the surrender terms of the Allies and the city went wild. He had a œVision After...

Rev. Samuel H. Sayre Diary, 1946 May 1-1949 August 31

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 24
Identifier: id11510
Scope and Contents

Rev. Sayre's Mother dies on July 29, 1948 while he is at Orkney Springs, Virginia. On this date, Rev. Sayre inserted a copy of a letter to Marjorie's parents where he talks of the funeral. In late July and August, the Sam and Marjorie Sayre travel along the west coast. Many postcards and flyers were inserted between these pages.

Rev. Samuel H. Sayre Diary, Insertions, 1946 May 1-1949 August 31

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 25
Identifier: id11511
Scope and Contents From the Series: The 1918 to 1963 diaries tell mainly of Rev. Sayre's day to day activities and usually include letters he has written and received, where he gone, when he naps, and people he meets if they include family and close friends. He often notes where he eats his meals, what time he rises, and what he is reading. After his marriage in 1938, his entries become a little fuller. When he is visiting his family, he goes into a little more detail, but still sticks to the facts. His train and automobile...

Rev. Samuel H. Sayre Diary, 1949 September 1-1952 December 31

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 26
Identifier: id11512
Scope and Contents

There is a hole (mouse nibble) between pages 109 and 195, but very little writing is affected. On December 3, 1950, there is a dedication service for the Canon Robert Renison Memorial Parish House, named in honor of Marjorie's grandfather. Marjorie's father, Rev. George E. Renison, died on January 17, 1951.

Rev. Samuel H. Sayre Diary, Insertions, 1949 September 1-1952 December 31

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 27
Identifier: id11513
Scope and Contents From the Series: The 1918 to 1963 diaries tell mainly of Rev. Sayre's day to day activities and usually include letters he has written and received, where he gone, when he naps, and people he meets if they include family and close friends. He often notes where he eats his meals, what time he rises, and what he is reading. After his marriage in 1938, his entries become a little fuller. When he is visiting his family, he goes into a little more detail, but still sticks to the facts. His train and automobile...

Rev. Samuel H. Sayre Diary, 1959 November 1-1963 October 31

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 28
Identifier: id11514
Scope and Contents Rev. Sayre receives a call to become rector of Kingston Parish, Mathews, Virginia on September 6, 1960. On November 15, 1960, Rev. Sayre notes that he œtendered his resignation as rector of St. Barnabas' Church as of January 16, 1961 because of a call from Kingston Parish, Mathews, Virginia. On January 21, 1961, Rev. Sayre renewed his priesthood vows at St. Barnabas. His last Sunday as Rector was February 12, 1961. Rev. Sayre writes about everything he and Marjorie did as they prepared to...