Abingdon Press Dictionary of Pastoral Care and Counseling working files, 1980-1990.
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Abingdon Press is a subsidiary of The United Methodist Publishing House. It was originally established in 1914 by the Methodist Episcopal Book Committee as the book publishing department of the Methodist Publishing House. The significance of the name Abingdon derived from the fact that it was also the name of a town in Maryland where Cokesbury College, the first Methodist college in the United States, was opened in 1787. Upon the unification of the Methodist Episcopal Church, the Me...
Music co-ordinator of the Oakland Museum. From the description of Interview with John Patton : oral history transcript of a tape recorded interview conducted by Barbara Lashley in 1978, 1978. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 26650060 ...