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Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-07-19

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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 and his wife have now arrived in London. Beatrice is recovering from her illness, and Pendleton thinks she will be herself again soon. Mr. Czerny met them at the station and accompanied them to the hotel. Pendleton was introduced to many London-based New Church members at a children’s social. He comments, “There appears to be a warmly enthusiastic state with the young people here. Just...
Dates: 1913-07-19

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-07-29

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Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Kingsley Hotel letterhead. Pendleton has received W.F.P.’s letter of July 10th and also a copy of W.F.P.’s letter to Mr. Rosenquist. Pendleton will see Rosenquist in Stockholm and possibly also in Gothenburg. Alfred Stroh reports that Rosenquist holds Academy views and has been carrying out good work for the Church. If this proves true, Pendleton believes the Church ought to support him. Stroh has been preparing for the...
Dates: 1913-07-29

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

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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, 1913-09-01

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. General Church of the New Jerusalem, Brussels letterhead. Pendleton reports that the meetings in the Hague were very successful. They were attended by the members of the Hague circle, 10-12 people, as well as 8 visitors from abroad. Pendleton feels that his extemporaneous message at the opening meeting was made stronger by the presence of several prominent Conference members, including Mr. Gardiner and Mr. Wynter. On the...
Dates: 1913-09-01

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton, 1913-11-19

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Pendleton hopes W.F.P. will be able to visit Pittsburgh soon. However, if he cannot, Pendleton will arrange to come to Bryn Athyn for a few days. Pendleton was glad to learn of the way Mr. Pitcairn feels, though it came as a bit of a surprise. Pendleton himself feels that “if such a change is to be made it ought not to be long delayed- especially in view of conserving your forces- for that part of your work which will...
Dates: 1913-11-19

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Albert Bjorck, 1928-04-30

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Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Albert Bjorck in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Pendleton has received Bjorck’s letters of March 25th and April 14th with enclosed letter from Mr. Andersen to Bjorck. Pendleton is not surprised about Anderson’s attitude: How could they expect him to fully understand the General Church view on the Writings when he has done most of his study by himself? However, Pendleton thinks some of Anderson’s present attitude towards the General Church may be...
Dates: 1928-04-30

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Eldred Edward Iungerich, 1930-07-24

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Eldred Edward Iungerich in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. Pendleton agrees with Iungerich’s criticism of Pfeiffer’s doctrinal ideas regarding mediate and immediate influx. Pendleton reports on the contents of his letter to Theodore Pitcairn; He has told Pitcairn that there may be hope of reconciliation if the Hague changes their stance. As things are now, Pendleton believes the Hague’s current position will eventually lead to their withdrawal from the General...
Dates: 1930-07-24

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Elmo C. Acton, 1927-07-23

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Elmo C. Acton in Durban, Natal, South Africa. Pendleton acknowledges Acton's letter and Auuual Report of June 15th. Pendleton understands Acton's struggle with his society's "apparent indifference to spiritual instruction." This is a common problem which requires patience and consistent effort. Pendleton had assumed Acton had his own Council, but since he does not, Pendleton recommends Acton wait to appoint one until after his upcoming ordination into...
Dates: 1927-07-23

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet, 1918-04-18

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet in Saint Cloud, France. The General Church of the New Jerusalem letterhead. Handwritten French copy and typed French copy attached. Pendleton has received Hussenet’s letters of Dec. 9th, Dec. 31st, and Feb. 14th. Pendleton recommends that Hussenet discuss with M. de Chazal the situation in Lausanne between M. Fercken and M. Regamey. Pendleton explains that M. Fercken studied for one year in Bryn Athyn and was received as a minister...
Dates: 1918-04-18

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet, 1920-12-30

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Fernand Hussenet. Handwritten French copy attached, most likely translated by Mr. or Mrs. Eldred Iungerich. Pendleton has received Hussenet’s letter of Nov. 24th with enclosed membership applications for Dr. and Mrs. Boyesen and two of Hussenet’s children, Elie and Olivia. Pendleton hopes Hussenet’s missionary work will bring favorable results. Concerning the activities of Conference and Convention in Paris, Pendleton writes, “For some strange reason...
Dates: 1920-12-30