Frankline Nutting Parker sermon notes and clippings, 1888-1946.


Frankline Nutting Parker sermon notes and clippings, 1888-1946.

This is a collection of sermon notes and clippings from throughout Parker's career. There were a total of ten notebooks full of jotted notes, pasted clippings, scripture quotes and sermon ideas as well as some lectures. Topics included in the notebooks are temperance, education, Karl Barth, Plato, and John Wesley as well as scriptures and stories from throughout the Old and New Testaments. There are notebooks titled "Candler School of Theology" and "Text book" that include sermon notes and clippings without a direct connection to the title of the notebook. Another book of sermons includes prayers by St. Augustine, Francis of Assisi, John Wesley, and St. Theresa among others. There is also some personal correspondence included.

.8 cubic ft. (1 legal archive box and 1 half size legal archive box)

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