Wendte, Charles William, 1844-1931. Papers, 1867-1931.


Wendte, Charles William, 1844-1931. Papers, 1867-1931.


Correspondence of Unitarian minister and author Charles William Wendte(1844-1931). The papers cover 1867-1931.

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United States Secretary of the Navy under President Theodore Roosevelt. From the description of Charles J. Bonaparte letter, 1905. (Louisiana State University). WorldCat record id: 265034455 Lawyer, municipal and civil service reformer, and U.S. attorney general and secretary of the navy. From the description of Charles J. Bonaparte papers, 1760-1921 (bulk 1874-1921). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83459229 Biographical Note ...

H. C. Sartas

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Walker, Willison

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G. Schnlek

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S. Roy

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Gordon, George A., of Lawrence, Mass.

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George A. Gordon was a Colonel in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. In 1861 he became Captain of the First Regiment Georgia Infantry, which later became the 13th Battalion Georgia Volunteer Infantry, also known as the Phoenix Battalion and Gordon’s Battalion. He was elected Major of the battalion in April 1862. Later that same year Gordon was promoted to Colonel of the Field, Staff and Band of the 63rd Regiment Georgia Infantry, also known as the Phoenix Regiment and Gordon...

T. J. Capet

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N. U. Wendt

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Carpenter, J. Estlin (Joseph Estlin), 1844-1927

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Unitarian divine. From the description of Autograph letters signed (49) : [n.p.], to W.A. Knight, 1872 Feb. 18-1903 Mar. 30. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270134460 ...

Boutroux, Stopford Augustus Brooke

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M. H. Elliott

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Newton, Richard Heber, 1840-1914

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Protestant Episcopal clergyman and author of works on a variety theological subjects; born and educated in Philadelphia, later a resident of New York City and preacher at All Souls' Church (Anthon Memorial) until his resignation in 1902 and relocation to California. From the description of Notebooks, 1840-1914, 1859, 1866, 1902. (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record id: 58771150 Richard Heber Newton was a prominent Episcopal priest and writer, rector of All...

P. Clemens Taesler

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Gannett, Ezra S. (Ezra Stiles), 1801-1871

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American Unitarian divine. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Boston, to Messrs. Monroe & Co., 1850 May 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269564796 Ezra Stiles Gannett (1801-1871) graduated from Harvard College in 1820, and from Harvard Divinity School in 1823. He served as an overseer of the University from 1835 to 1858. Ordained in 1824, Reverend Gannett became an assistant minister at the Federal Street Church (Unitarian) in Boston and became its pastor...

Wendte, Charles W. (Charles William), 1844-1931

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Charles William Wendte (1844-1931) graduated from Meadville Theological School in 1867 and Harvard Divinity School in 1869. Ordained to the Unitarian ministry, he served parishes in Chicago, Illinois; Cincinnati, Ohio; Boston, Massachusetts; Newport, Rhode Island; and Los Angeles and Oakland, California. From 1900 to 1920, he served as the general secretary of the International Council of Liberal Religious Thinkers and Workers. He also served as the secretary of the Foreign Relations Department ...

Sullivan, William L. (William Laurence), 1872-1935

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William Laurence Sullivan (1872-1935) studied for the Roman Catholic priesthood at Boston College and graduated from St. John's Seminary in Brighton, Massachusetts, in 1896. He also graduated from Catholic University in 1899 and was ordained as a Paulist priest that same year. In 1917, he received an honorary DD from Meadville Theological School. For nearly a decade, Fr. Sullivan wrote articles in numerous Catholic journals which were critical of Roman Catholic church officials. In 1909, Sulliva...

Emerson, Edward, Mrs.

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Brooks, Charles T.

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Ruhimi, Abdul

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Gladden, Washington, 1836-1918

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Congregational clergyman, author, and lecturer. From the description of Washington Gladden papers, 1884-1894. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 145435826 From the guide to the Washington Gladden papers, 1884-1894, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) American Congregational minister and social reformer, as well as the author of many books and hymns. From the description of Washington Gladden letters to Riverside Press [manuscript], 1899 Oct 2 and 7. (Universi...

Konow, Carl

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Troeltsch, Ernst, 1865-1923

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J. E. Stronge

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Réville, Jean, 1855-1908

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Wilbur, Earl Morse

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Biographical/Historical Description Earl Morse Wilbur (1866 - 1956) was born in Jericho, Vermont; elder of the two sons of LaFayette Wilbur, a lawyer, and Mercy Jane Morse Wilbur. He graduated from the University of Vermont with an A.B., 1886 (valedictorian, Phi Beta Kappa). For one year he taught at the Mt. Beacon Academy in New York before entering Harvard Divinity School. He received both the S.T. B. from the Divinity School and the A.M. f...

Sabatier, Paul

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G. R. Dodson

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Gibson, Albert, 1852-1921

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C. Sones

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Hugel, von

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V. D. Dairs

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Cornish, Louis C. (Louis Craig), 1870-1950

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Ryser, ...

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Harraden, Beatrice, 1864-1936

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Beatrice Harraden was an English author and activist for women's suffrage. She attended Queen's College and Bedford College, earning degrees in mathematics and classics. She became a popular author of novels and short stories, and also wrote essays, plays, and children's books. Her fiction generally features strong female characters, reflecting her deep involvement with the women's suffrage movement. She founded the Women's Social and Political Union in 1903 in an effort to facilitate the activi...

S. N. Ray

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G. Botos

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G. Smith

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Jones, Jenkin Lloyd, 1911-

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Eliot, Charles, 1859-1897

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Landscape architect. Educated at Harvard College (A.B. 1882). Eliot was instrumental in the development of the Boston Metropolitan Park system. Later, his ideas set the pattern for most American metropolitan parks. In 1892, Eliot was hired as landscape architect by the new Metropolitan Park Commission, which he had been instrumental in creating. In following years, the state legislature established a permanent commission, and implemented Eliot's recommendations for the development of a regional ...

Ames, Gordon.

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Ward, Mary A

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D. K. Bornhausen

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Besant, Karl Beth

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