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Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from N.D. Pendleton to Bishop William F. Pendleton. Pendleton reflects that he plans to remain in Pittsburgh for a long time as “each passing year makes a radical change less likely.” Regarding his health, Pendleton has been exercising on the tennis court at his doctor’s recommendation, and he has been feeling much better as a result. Pendleton writes that he plans to let Ora’s French professor, with whom he has formed a friendly relationship, perform an examination along...
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Hugo Odhner in Durban, Natal, South Africa. Pendleton read Odhner’s letter of June 23rd aloud at a special meeting of the Consistory. General approval was expressed over the way Odhner handled the “Braby-Forfar situation.” Pendleton cautions Odhner against taking sides, even if it becomes evident that one party is in the wrong. He writes, “The true priestly attitude is not one of withdrawal from the wrong doer, save in extreme cases. Keep the door...
Scope and Contents Typed letter from N.D. Pendleton to Rev. Richard Morse in Sydney, Australia. Pendleton has received Morse’s letter of August 18th. He is impressed that Morse still enjoys playing tennis at age 73 as he himself was forced to give up tennis long ago. He informs Morse that the Academy Board of Directors has discussed Morse’s request regarding the holding of his property, and it was decided that the Academy should take charge of it since the organization of the Sydney Society is not yet...