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Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Gustaf Baeckström, 1917-08-25

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Gustaf Baeckström in Stockholm, Sweden. Pendleton acknowledges Baeckstrom’s letters of May 24th and June 9th; Pendleton finds the evidence of progress in Baeckstrom’s report gratifying. With this letter, Pendleton’s encloses authorization for Baeckstrom to administer Holy Supper and perform the marriage ceremony. Ideally, Baeckstrom would have been ordained into the 2nd degree of the priesthood before performing these ceremonies, but the war is making...
Dates: 1917-08-25

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Gustaf Baeckström, 1918-03-27

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Gustaf Baeckström in Stockholm, Sweden. Pendleton acknowledges Baeckstrom’s letters of Nov. 16th and Jan. 5th. Pendleton is happy to receive Mr. Bromberg and his sons into the Church. Pendleton also notes that one of those recently baptized, Mr. Magnell, is a new convert. Raymond Pitcairn had forgotten about the situation with Mr. Bronnicke, but Pendleton has reminded him; Pendleton would like to know if anything has been done yet to relieve the...
Dates: 1918-03-27

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Karl R. Alden, 1921-04-20

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Identifier: RG.004.01
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Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Karl R. Alden in Toronto, Canada. The wedding date of Marion (Childs Pendleton?) has been changed, and Pendleton will no longer be able to preach in Toronto the Sunday after the Assembly. He writes, "In this matter I am up against 'Uncle Sam' and his leave of absences and so must yield."

Dates: 1921-04-20

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Willis L. Gladish , 1914-08-17

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Identifier: RG.004.01
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Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Willis L. Gladish in Covert Resort, MI, USA. Pendleton discusses Gladish’s summer work at Covert and hopes the children’s school there will become permanent. Pendleton writes the Fred (Waelchli) is doing well in the Northeast, reporting that there are earnest General Church members there. Early efforts of the General Church were also going well in Europe, until everything was interrupted by the war. Names mentioned: Fred (Waelchli), Mrs. Gladish

Dates: 1914-08-17

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Willis L. Gladish, 1917-05-03

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Willis L. Gladish in Franklin Park, IL, USA. Upon retuning from Florida, Pendleton has received Gladish’s letter of March 17th. Pendleton reports on the financial state of the General Church; As all the Church’s available funds have been “employed in directions that do not allow of withdrawal,” they have had to find ways of cutting down on running expenses and will be unable to fund the work suggested by Mr. Hansen. Pendleton is concerned about the...
Dates: 1917-05-03

Letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary to Rev. Ernst Deltenre, 1919-01-09

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary, Freda Pendleton, to Rev. Ernst Deltenre in Brussels, Belgium. The Bishop has been wanting to write to Deltenre ever since letters have been able to get through to Europe after the war, but he has been ill since November and unable to write. F. Pendleton writes that in Bryn Athyn, they have all had Deltenre in their hearts and prayers. Everyone is so grateful that the war is over and that Belgium has been freed from the Germans. F. Pendleton is...
Dates: 1919-01-09

Letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary to Rev. Ernst Deltenre, 1919-02-19

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary, Freda Pendleton, to Rev. Ernst Deltenre in Brussels, Belgium. F. Pendleton acknowledges receipt of Deltenre’s letter to the Bishop of Dec. 6th; Everyone was delighted to hear from him after so many years of silence. The Bishop has been ill for the past several months and has had to get away for his health. He is sailing with Theodore Pitcairn to visit the Church circles in Australia and South Africa, and he hopes to visit Belgium, Holland, and...
Dates: 1919-02-19

Letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary to Rev. Gerrit Barger, 1919-01-02

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary, Freda Pendleton, to Rev. Gerrit Barger in the Hague, Holland. The Bishop has asked F. Pendleton to acknowledge receipt of Barger’s letters of August 21st and 22nd. Having been on the edge of a serious nervous breakdown for several weeks, the Bishop has gone to Florida for his health. In Bryn Athyn, everyone was interested to hear that the two Miss Deltenres were with Barger; F. Pendleton hopes they will arrive safely in Bryn Athyn. With the War...
Dates: 1919-01-02

Letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary to Rev. Gustaf Baeckström, 1919-01-02

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary, Freda Pendleton, to Rev. Gustaf Baeckström in Stockholm, Sweden. N.D. Pendleton has had to leave for Florida for a few weeks to prevent a serious nervous breakdown, and he has asked F. Pendleton to acknowledge the receipt of Baeckstrom's reports of June 10th and 22nd and letter of Oct. 11th. F. Pendleton was concerned to hear that Baeckstrom had the Spanish Influenza; It has hit the USA very hard as well. With the war over, F. Pendleton hopes...
Dates: 1919-01-02

Letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary to Rev. Willis L. Gladish, 1926-10-08

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary to Rev. Willis L. Gladish. Unsigned, mostly likely written by Viola W. Rennels. Gladish’s letter of Oct. 4th arrived just after the Bishop left for his trip to Pittsburgh. Pendleton’s secretary reports that she has no record of any General Church members in St. Louis beside Mr. Wilson. Mr. Caldwell says the Convention minister in St. Louis, Mr. Cook, is “quite sound.” Pendleton’s secretary suggests that Miss Ellen Sherman, a retired theological...
Dates: 1926-10-08