Academy Board of Directors
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Typed letter N.D. Pendleton writes that Acton's letter of August 13th was considered by the Board of Dirctors, and it was decided they could not support Mr. Svenson's family if he were to attend the Theological school. N.D. Pendleton suggests other financial otpions for Mr. Svenson. He also mentions Norman Ridgeway, a prospective Theological student he has brought back from a recent trip to South Africa.
Typed letter from N.D. Pendlton to Alfred Acton in Sweden. Pendleton has had Mr. (Reginald) Brown estimate the cost for Mr. (Joseph) Rosenquist to translate the works of Achatius Kahl and Rob Sundelin from Swedish into English. Cost estimates will be submitted for approval at the next Board meeting.
Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Charles E. Doering. Pendleton has received Doering’s letter of April 4th, and while honored by the Academy Board’s proposal, he is unable to accept the position they are offering. The main reason for this is that the salary offered by the Board is less than his present income, and Pendleton and his wife already must be very financially conscious to get by. Pendleton expresses his appreciation to the Board for their offer.
Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. David Harold Klein in Chicago, IL, USA. Pendleton has received Klein’s letter of Sept. 2nd. Pendleton will bring Klein’s request before the Board of Directors for approval at their next meeting; He anticipates there will be no difficulty in granting it. In the meantime, Pendleton assures Klein that Eldric (Klein) will be received at the Boys’ Academy. Names mentioned: Eldric (Klein)
Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. David Harold Klein in Chicago, IL, USA. Pendleton informs Klein that the Board of Directors has approved Klein’s request, and Eldric (Klein)’s tuition at the Academy has been remitted. Names mentioned: Eldric (Klein)
Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Eldred Edward Iungerich in Johnstown, PA, USA. Pendleton informs Iungerich that he has met with that Board of Directors to inquire about a teaching position at the Academy for Iungerich. Unfortunately, the Academy’s finances are still seriously “in the red” and they are not able to employ Iungerich at this time. Pendleton is disappointed but writes that all they can do is wait for a change in the Academy’s fortunes.
Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Ernst Deltenre's wife, Maria, in Brussels, Belgium. Pendleton has received Mrs. Deltenre’s letter of June 30th and will take pleasure in expressing her appreciation to the Academy Board of Directors. Pendleton does not think they would have a use for the Tabernacle in Bryn Athyn and transporting it would be very expensive. Pendleton writes that the books have not yet arrived yet, but he will find a place for them when they do.