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Summary

Component Unique Identifier
File 4
Level of Description
Other Level

Dates

  • 1859-1919 (label)

Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    Various small-format printed materials:

    1859 - Summary of the Doctrine of the New Church

    1873 - Spirit-Mediums and Conjurers (exposed)

    1876 - Specimen Verses – American Bible Society

    1877 - Is Swedenborg a Revelator? An Open Letter

    1877 - A New Translation of the Word of God

    c. 1880 - Lessons in Anatomy, The Tongue

    1884 - Pictures of English Society – George Du Maurier

    1891 - Proceedings of the Joint Council, Gen’l Church of the Advent of the Lord

    1895 - Houghton, Mifflin & Co. Publishers

    c. 1896 - A Free Coinage Catechism (Evening Post reprint)

    1898 - Gunston Institute Bulletin (4 issues)

    1899 - Christianity as Christ Left It – Rev. H.M. Simons

    1899 - The Principles of the Academy – Rt. Rev. W.F. Pendleton

    c. 1900 - Spectrum Analysis & Swedenborg’s [i]Principia[/i]

    c. 1900-28 - Tiffany Studios Portfolio

    c. 1901 - Edinburgh Castle

    c. 1904 - Institute of Musical Art of the City of New York

    1907 - King Edward, Little Journeys series

    1907 - Thomas Paine, Little Journeys series

    1907-08 - The Philistine (periodical, 2 issues)

    1910 - Black, Starr & Frost, Inc. (jewelers)

    1912 - How to Bottom a Welted Shoe – Frank L. West

    1913 - Aeolian Pipe Organ – Gustav Kobbe

    1914 - The Priesthood in the New Church – Rev. G.C. Ottley

    1915 - A Nova Jerusalem – L.C. de La Fayette

    1915 - Society for Promotion of Obscure Speculation (satire)

    c. 1916 - Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute

    1918 - Sons of the Academy bulletin (3 issues)

    1919 - Dedication Service - Bryn Athyn Church (cathedral)

    n.d. - Personal notebook, probably Raymond Pitcairn, regarding Cathedral

    n.d. - The Lord Our Mediator – Rev. Jos. David

    n.d. - Perpetual Calendars from Waldo M. McClaflin (shoe store) and James S. Earle & Sons (art gallery)

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