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Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Ernst Deltenre, 1921-06-16

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Ernst Deltenre in Brussels, Belgium. Pendleton has received Deltenre’s report. Pendleton hopes to meet Deltenre in London for the upcoming Assembly. After the Assembly, Pendleton plans to visit Brussels and the Hague. Pendleton congratulates Deltenre and his wife on the engagement of their daughter, Marie Louise, to Doron Synnestvedt. Pendleton reports that the schools have closed successfully, despite a difficult year owing absence and sickness in...
Dates: 1921-06-16

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Ernst Deltenre, 1921-06-28

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Identifier: RG.004.01
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Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Ernst Deltenre in Brussels, Belgium. Pendleton is sorry to hear that Deltenre cannot attend the British Assembly, however, he looks forward to visiting Deltenre in Brussels after the Assembly. Pendleton informs Deltenre that Mr. (Ernst) Pfeiffer has been assigned to take over the work of the General Church in the Hague. This assignment relieves Deltenre of his temporary pastoral charge of the church in Holland.

Dates: 1921-06-28

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Ernst Deltenre, 1924-03-31

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Ernst Deltenre in Brussels, Belgium. Following Mr. Hussenet’s threat to use the law in Pairs to keep other bodies of the New Church from working there, Pendleton requests that Deltenre make clear to the readers of “La Nouvelle Jerusalem” that the General Church has a policy of fair and open dealings with other bodies of the New Church. However, he does not wish this message to appear as a public rebuke of Mr. Hussenet’s statement, which Pendleton...
Dates: 1924-03-31

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet, 1916-07-07

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet in Paris, France. Pendleton thanks Hussenet for his report which Madame Iungerich was able to translate for him; It arrived in time and was presented at the recent Assembly. Although it appeared at first as if few would come, Assembly ended up being very successful and well attended, with about 230 guests. The questions which recently plagued the Church seem to have come as close as possible to a solution, and Pendleton feels they...
Dates: 1916-07-07

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet, 1921-06-28

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Identifier: RG.004.01
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Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet in Seine et Oise, France. Pendleton informs Hussenet that there have been further setbacks regarding his trip to Europe; Mr. Raymond Pitcairn will no longer be able to travel due to his wife’s ill health, and the ship on which they were to sail has been delayed. Pendleton will now sail directly to England for the British Assembly in August and travel to Paris after the Assembly has ended.

Dates: 1921-06-28

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet, 1926-06-26

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet in Saint Cloud, Seine et Oise, France. Pendleton sends congratulations on the marriage of Hussenet’s son, Rene, to Miss Rolande Herteler. Pendleton has sent three blank membership applications to be filled out by Mr. Jules August Delhotal, Mrs. Marie Louise Delhotal, and Mr. Henri Eustache Turpault. Pendleton confirms that Turpault’s daughter is too young, as “only those who have reached the age of rationality or have become adult...
Dates: 1926-06-26

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet, 1927-02-14

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet in Paris, France. Pendleton has received Hussenet’s letter of January 2nd and his proposal was presented to the assembled ministers. In the discussion which followed, Pendleton reports “it was pointed out by several of the ministers present that notably free and open discussion of questions of importance has characterized our proceedings from the beginning. Yet we have the difficulty of a far flung diocese to hamper us in this...
Dates: 1927-02-14

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet, 1927-03-25

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet in Saint Cloud, Seine et Oise, France. Pendleton reports that the Church will call a General Assembly in London in 1928, beginning about August 1st. Pendleton hopes to ordain Rev. R. J. Tilson into the third degree of the ministry during this Assembly. The Church would like to see a large attendance at this event, especially from its European centers, and it is prepared to offer Hussenet $100 toward traveling expenses if he attends....
Dates: 1927-03-25

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet, 1928-01-16

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet Saint CLoud, Seine et Marne, France. Pendleton thanks Hussenet for his Christmas greeting and his sympathies for the death of Pendleton’s brother, Bishop W. F. Pendleton. Pendleton feels that although the Church has suffered a natural loss by his brother’s death, it has made “a definite spiritual gain, in that his spirit abides with us the more powerfully.” Pendleton looks forward to meeting Hussenet at the upcoming London...
Dates: 1928-01-16

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet, 1929-02-05

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet in Saint Cloud, Seine et Oise, France. Pendleton acknowledges Hussenet’s letter of December 12th with enclosed reports. He shares Hussenet’s feeling of enthusiasm for the General Church and is happy to know that 1928 London Assembly impressed Hussenet so favorably. Of the Assembly, Pendleton writes, “For myself it was one of the greatest occasions of my life. The realization that it was an epoch in our history was borne in upon me at...
Dates: 1929-02-05