Archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, Episcopal Diocesan Center
Papers by and about the founder of the Episcopal Church in the Middle West span his career and deal with most of the concerns of the Church in this period as well as some of the events of his episcopate. They begin with his declining a call to St. Paul's Parish, Baltimore, 1813, and correspondence while rector of churches in Philadelphia, 1811-1831, chiefly with Bishop James Kemp, concerning such subjects as affairs of the General Theological Seminary, Bishop William White's papers, Kemper's ministry to Blacks in Philadelphia, his recommendation of the Reverend William Levington, first Negro Episcopal clergyman to come to Maryland, and other clergy matters. Four letters of 1832, written while rector of St. Paul's Church, Norwalk, Conn., include mention of family affairs and his possible election as Bishop of the proposed Diocese of the Southwest. In 1835 he is consecrated Bishop of Missouri and Indiana. Most of the papers date from Kemper's years as bishop and many are addressed to ... Read More
Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
Includes programs of various African Methodist Episcopal churches at which Summers served as pastor or guest speaker; programs and other papers of his time as a student at Oberlin College, as a faculty member at Payne Theological Seminary, and at Wilberforce University; a biography of Bishop David Henry Sims and notes relating to his work; and other papers largely concerned with Summers' activities as student, minister, and educator
United Methodist Church,-- Archives of the Northern Illinois Conference
Reports, addresses, and publication drafts, reflecting Epp's service as a clergyman of the Evangelical Association (later integrated into the Evangelical Church) and bishop of the Evangelical Church and documenting his extensive travels in Asia and Europe as a bishop and an officer of the church's Board of Missions
Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
A diary recording Payne's activities during 1856; a journal relating to his activities during 1877-1878; and a photostatic copy of a letter written to the Reverend T.M.D. Ward in 1870
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, reports, clippings, and photos, relating to Ogilby's work as bishop of Missionary District of South Dakota, Episcopal Church activities among Native Americans, and interdenominational activities; mss. of essays and addresses written by Ogilby while bishop of the Philippines, concerning the role of the Episcopal Church in the Philippines, Christianity and the education of nurses, Christian understanding of health, truth, and holiness; and annual reports of the Philippine Episcopal Church. Correspondents include Philip C. Allen, Thomas W. Campbell, Vine V. Deloria, Douglas W. Hiza, William M. Kemper, James C. Kiefer, Joel D. Lundak, Bruce Marks, Richard S. Miller, Charles Mitzenius, Scott W. Richard, Daryl W. Stahl, Charles C. Vergith, William B. Watson, and H. Eugene Welsh
Archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, Episcopal Diocesan Center
Seven letters by Scarborough chiefly concerning clergy matters in the Diocese of New Jersey
Archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, Episcopal Diocesan Center
Minor correspondence
Archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, Episcopal Diocesan Center
Most papers relating to Bishop Whittle are minor correspondence with Bishops William Rollinson Whittingham and William Pinkney concerning individual clergymen and lay readers. There are also copies of eight more substantive letters by Whittle to his family, the originals of which are in the Conway Whittle Papers at the College of William and Mary Library
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence; minutes of the annual convention, District Council, and Executive Committee; reports; notes; subject, committee, congregation, and convention files; annual reports; letters of call; Bishop's pastoral letters; memoranda; and other material, relating to the district office; administrative records of the Lutheran Free Church, including correspondence, minutes, subject files, and congregation files; and minutes of the Fargo Circuit Meeting. Subjects include the formulation of congregational boundaries, merger (1962) of American Lutheran Church and Lutheran Free Church, annual conventions, and various social and religious issues
Catholic Diocese of Amarillo
Price Memorial College (boys boarding college preparatory high school) records contain correspondence, financial reports, inventories, commencement programs, course catalogs, insurance papers, property accounts, newspaper articles, and scholarship information -- Price College correspondence chiefly documents financing of Price College and the construction of Gerken Hall including bids, invoices, and hourly time books. Price College records include a copy of the West Texas Register coverage of the visit to Amarillo, Tex., of Francis Cardinal Spellman for the dedication of Gerken Hall (school dormitory wing) and financial records (1933-1934) relating to Price College farm that provided food for students and faculty and work for students. Price College records include years when the school was originally named St. George's College (1928-1930); renamed Price Memorial College (1930-1938); renamed Price College (1938-1964); and renamed Price Catholic High School (1964). St. Lucian's ... Read More