Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: 01/Mss. 82 B44
Scope and Contents Personal and professional papers, 1896-1987, of Bishop John Boyd Bentley, Bishop of Alaska and Director of Overseas Missions for the Protestant Episcopal Church and personal papers, 1895-1983, of his wife Elvira Carr Bentley. Includes comprehensive records of his ministerial career including records of his official acts and texts of sermons and invocations. There is some correspondence relating to Bentley's career, including letters from W. A. R. Goodwin (1869-1939), Rector of...
Identifier: Mss. 39.2 B44
Scope and Contents Family correspondence of the Rev. Parke Farley Berkeley, an Episcopal minister, his sister, Ann Butler (Berkeley) Berkeley, and his wife Mary Eppes (Thweatt) Berkeley; and of Mary B. Thweatt. Includes letters from Lewis Minor at Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. Letter, 18 February 1835, details a stagecoach ride; letter, 21 December 1844, discusses agricultural meetings and the division and sale of slaves to settle an estate; and letter, 30 August 1862, written by Charles Middleton,...
Identifier: Mss. Acc. 1990.02
Scope and Contents Fifty-eight diaries of Joseph Buchanan Bernardin, Episcopal clergyman, dated 1913-1987, and thirteen scrapbooks of clippings, invitations, programs, and other memorabilia.Most of his diary entries do not go into detail, but record the bare bones of his daily activities. He often mentions people with whom he socializes and good friends. But he rarely tells what he is reading, or mentions particulars about his parishioners or friends. He mentions places he visits, from restaurants...
Identifier: Mss. 93 B66
Scope and Contents Correspondence of Jonathan Boucher, Anglican clergyman of Virginia, Maryland, and England. He was a prominent loyalist during the American Revolution and later a prominent figure among conservatives in the Anglican church in England. His principle correspondents in this collection include John James, James Maury, Charles Daubeny, Sir Frederick Morton Eden, William Knox, and William Stevens. The principle subjects covered by this collection include Virginia social customs and...
Identifier: MS 00029
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters, photographs, greeting cards, printed religious ephemera, artifacts, and other material pertaining to Edward Lynch of Bayonne, New Jersey while serving in Europe during World War II. The letters were written to him by family and friends. Other correspondence from Lynch's brothers, Joseph and Michael, to their parents, Elizabeth and Michael. Some of the artifacts include parts of Edward's uniform, a military issued razor and mirror, and pieces of two...
The House of Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States Photographed from Life during the Triennial Convention
Identifier: Mss. MsV P3
Scope and Contents Bound photograph album of the attendees at The House of Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States Triennial Convention. Includes a carte des visite photograph of each Bishop with a printed biography on the facing page. Made from heavy paper stock, with gilt edged paper showing impressions of lambs and doves. Tooled leather binding. Photographed by J. Gurney and Sons and published by T. Porter Shaw of New York. 49 pp.
Identifier: Mss. 91 K86
Scope and Contents Letters from the archbishops of Canterbury and York, Anglican and Episcopal bishops and British prime minister, William Ewarts Gladstone chiefly concerning church business. Included among the correspondents are William E. Gladstone, John Henry Hobart, A. F. Winningham Ingram, Richard Channing Moore, Charles Manners Sutton, and Archibald Campbell Tait. Also included are etchings of Richard Channing Moore and of Beilby Porteus, Bishop of London; and the published volume "The House of Bishops"...
Identifier: Mss. 65 L51 and Acc. 2011.285
Scope and Contents Papers, 1727-1866, of Francis Prioleau Lee, his wife Sara Ann (Cooper) Lee, and her family. Chiefly papers, 1830-1850, of Francis P. Lee and concerning his estate. The papers reflect his education at Princeton University and at the General Theological Seminary, New York, New York. They cover his career as an Episcopal minister serving churches in Camden, New Jersey; Tallahassee, Florida; Camden, South Carolina; and Mobile, Alabama (Christ Church); and his trying to obtain an appointment to the...
Identifier: Mss. 1.18
Identifier: SC 00549
Scope and Contents Archibald McCall, Tappahannock, Virginia, letter to David Hunter where he states he has been attending the Virginia High Court of Chancery in Richmond in connection with his daughter's "very weighty suit;" and praises cheapness of land in America, good navigation and fishing, price of cattle, horse and crops, and good opportunitie for Episcopal clergy. Includes typescript. March 11, 1794.