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Found in 110 Collections and/or Records:

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Richard Morse, 1923-12-27

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Identifier: RG.004.01
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Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Richard Morse in Sydney, Australia. Pendleton has received Morse’s letter of Nov. 7th with enclosed pamphlet and also the newspaper which Morse forwarded to him. Pendleton hopes the Church will be able to advertise through the newspaper, though he personally believes that “the Church is most readily communicated to others by personal contact.”

Dates: 1923-12-27

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Theodore Pitcairn, 1916-07-21

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Theodore Pitcairn in Elmira, New York, USA. Pendleton was happy to hear from Pitcairn concerning his ongoing missionary campaign. He writes, “It was especially pleasing to note that you are not discouraged by the difficult reception that is everywhere given New Church truth . . . Your problem is to find the best way and hold to it. Do all that is necessary and a little more. This is said to lead to success in business affairs, and it must be the same...
Dates: 1916-07-21

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Theodore Pitcairn, 1920-09-17

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Theodore Pitcairn in Durban, Natal, S.A. Pendleton thanks Pitcairn for his last two letters. He is glad Pitcairn has not been discouraged by setbacks to the General Church’s South African Mission; He writes, “That we should win out against Conference is gratifying for more reasons than one. That with us in possession better and more permanent work will be done goes without saying, but Conference deserves defeat, if for no other reason than because of...
Dates: 1920-09-17

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Theodore Pitcairn, 1923-03-12

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Theodore Pitcairn in Basutoland, South Africa. Pendleton relays the news that Gerald Pitcairn has just passed away. He had been ill for some time, presumably with influenza, but neither the family nor the doctor thought it very serious until shortly before his death. It now seems that he died from an abscess on the brain. Pendleton has just seen Clio (Gerald’s wife) and Mrs. Glenn (Gerald’s mother). He remarks, “Naturally the situation, with all...
Dates: 1923-03-12

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Theodore Pitcairn, 1925-07-02

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Theodore Pitcairn in Durban, Natal, South Africa. Pendleton wonders if former theological school student John Jiyana has arrived in South Africa yet. Jiyana was sent home without first being ordained, as Pendleton was “not satisfied with his state.” Pendleton himself has recently returned from a meeting of the Sons of the Academy in Pittsburgh. He remarks, “Certainly the ‘Sons’ are coming on fast. They represent a somewhat new and very interesting...
Dates: 1925-07-02

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Theodore Pitcairn, 1931-12-04

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Theodore Pitcairn in Chateau les Pleignes, Grez sur Loing, Seine-et-Marne, France. Pendleton writes that the Academy is not in a position to sponsor further developmental work at this time. In fact, they would be happy if they could find a way to provide work for their current theological students. Pendleton states that the situation with Watanabe “presents a sad mixture of several scandals,” and therefore it would be unwise to offer financial support...
Dates: 1931-12-04

Letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Willis L. Gladish, 1926-04-20

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Willis L. Gladish in Chicago, IL, USA. Pendleton has received Gladish’s last letter with a report of the annual meeting. He notes that with 70 members, Gladish seems to have a thriving society, and he compares this to his time in Chicago when he struggled to keep the group going. Pendleton thinks the group could benefit from a full-time pastor, and he is sorry that they do not feel ready to take on that responsibility yet. Pendleton reports that...
Dates: 1926-04-20

Letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary to Rev. Ernst Pfeiffer, 1929-10-24

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Identifier: RG.004.01
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Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary to Rev. Ernst Pfeiffer in The Hague, Holland. Pendleton’s secretary informs Pfeiffer that his letter regarding funds to defray the expenses associated with the lecture series he plans to give in January and February has arrived and will be given to the Bishop upon his return from South Africa in about two weeks.

Dates: 1929-10-24

Letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary to Rev. Richard Morse, 1919-03-20

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton's secretary, Freda Pendleton, to Rev. Richard Morse in Sydney, Australia. F. Pendleton acknowledges Morse’s letter to the Bishop of December 10th. She explains that in the Bishop’s absence, all letters are being handled by the Bishop Emeritus (W. F. Pendleton). The Bishop left Bryn Athyn in February to accompany Rev. Theodore Pitcairn on a missionary trip to South Africa. Being on the edge of a nervous breakdown, it was thought that the sea voyage would...
Dates: 1919-03-20

Letter from Rev. Gustaf Baeckström to N.D. Pendleton, 1934-10-05

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Identifier: RG.004.01
Scope and Contents Typed letter from Rev. Gustaf Baeckström to N.D. Pendleton in Bryn Athyn, PA, USA. Baeckstrom sends the record of baptism and application for Church membership for Mr. Tor Stenström, a convert from the Lutheran State Church. Baeckstrom also sends a marriage record for one of Erik Sandstrom’s sisters; Her husband is not a church member yet but is receptive to the doctrines. Baeckstrom is leaving for a missionary trip to northern Sweden where he will give lectures and try to establish reading...
Dates: 1934-10-05