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Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1912-10-04

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Identifier: RG.004.01
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Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Pendleton read W.F.P.’s most recent letter aloud to the Philosophy Club. The Club chose to invite Acton to deliver them an address. The Club was also able to raise enough money to sponsor Homer’s journey to Pittsburgh in addition to Acton’s. Pendleton will ask Acton to preach on Sunday and Homer to read a paper on Saturday evening. Names mentioned: Mr. Alfred Acton, Homer (Synnestvedt)

Dates: 1912-10-04

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-01-18

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Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. In preparation for his episcopal trip to Europe over the summer, Pendleton requests as much information as possible on the places and people he will be visiting. Pendleton would also like to be reminded of the dates of the British Assembly. He hopes there will be time to attend the Glenview General Assembly before departing for Europe. Pendleton’s wife, Beatrice, has agreed to accompany him on the trip, provided that...
Dates: 1913-01-18

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-02-20

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Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Pendleton informed the Committee of his proposed summer trip to Europe. All seemed in favor, and they agreed to provide for whichever minister is sent to take Pendleton’s place while he is away. Pendleton believes (George) DeCharms would do well in the position. Pendleton would like to secure passage soon, and he requests that W.F.P. give him as much information about the people and places as possible to that he may plan...
Dates: 1913-02-20

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-03-03

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Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Pendleton was glad to learn of W.F.P.’s upcoming visit to Pittsburgh in May, and he hopes W.F.P. will arrange to preach for them. Pittsburgh will not be closing its Church this summer in order to provide continued work for the theological students. Pendleton has booked second cabin passage for himself and Beatrice on the Oceanic from New York to Southampton. He has been having trouble booking return passage as they are...
Dates: 1913-03-03

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-04-03

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Pendleton has received W.F.P.’s letter of April 1st. As W.F.P. will see from Gladish’s letter, if they wish to move forward with Gladish’s proposed plan regarding Cincinnati, W.F.P. will need to be in Pittsburgh either the last Sunday in April or the third Sunday in May. The itinerary for Pendleton’s upcoming trip to Europe depends on Alfred Stroh’s movements. Although W.F.P. has yet to inform Pendleton of Stroh’s plans,...
Dates: 1913-04-03

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-04-05

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Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Pendleton believes it would be best if W.F.P. gives someone else the topic assigned to him (Pendleton) for the London Assembly; Pendleton read a paper on the same subject just two years prior at the Glenview Assembly, and he feels he does not have anything significant to add at this time. However, he is currently preparing a new paper which he will present if W.F.P. would like. Pendleton agrees to go to London at the time...
Dates: 1913-04-05

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-04-08

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Llewellyn David will be filling the pulpit in Pittsburgh while Pendleton is away in Europe over the summer. The Committee has decided to put David up in a boarding house instead of a church member’s home as many members will be away for the summer. David should arrive in Pittsburgh about June 10th so that Pendleton may go over the service with him. Pendleton and his wife, Beatrice, will sail from New York on June 28th and...
Dates: 1913-04-08

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-04-28

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Pendleton will depart from Pittsburgh on May 14th and return just over a week later. Pendleton hopes to visit with W.F.P. in Pittsburgh either before his departure or after his return. It is inconvenient that Pendleton does not have a finalized itinerary for his European trip. Whether or not the Sweden leg of the journey is included will dictate if he should sail first to England or to France. As he won’t know about...
Dates: 1913-04-28

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-08-01

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Kingsley Hotel letterhead. Pendleton’s time in London is almost over; Tomorrow he and Beatrice will depart for Colchester to attend the Assembly. Mr. Pitcairn, two of his boys, and Mr. Deltenre are on their way to the Assembly from Holland. On Wednesday, Pendleton delivered a lecture on the Doctrines to the people of the London Society. Pendleton was impressed by several members during the discussion after the lecture....
Dates: 1913-08-01

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-08-14

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Shaftesbury Hotel, Colchester letterhead. Pendleton reports that the Assembly in Colchester was a success. Members from several different countries were present, including the United States, Canada, Belgium, Holland, and Sweden. There were several interesting speeches, and accounts were given of the Church work being done in Brussels and Sweden. Of the Assembly, Pendleton writes, “That which impressed me most was the...
Dates: 1913-08-14