John McClintock papers, 1828-1910.


McClintock, John, 1814-1870. John McClintock papers, 1828-1910.

John McClintock papers, 1828-1910.

The collection consists of the papers of John McClintock from 1828-1910. The papers include correspondence, letterbooks, sermons, notebooks, diaries, newspaper articles, clippings, photographs, and documents. Correspondence (1830-1869) includes descriptions of his activities at Dickinson College; his life and activities in Paris where he was a pastor of the American Chapel (1860-1864); his activities with the Federal government in Paris during the Civil War; and his part in the establishment of a European branch of the United States Sanitary Commission. Letters to McClintock are from educators, Methodist laymen, publishers, clergy, and theologians. Documents on the 1847 riot in Carlisle, Pennsylvania include newspaper clippings and reports relating to McClintock's trial. Notebooks include diaries, account books, scrapbooks, passports, and a catalog of McClintock's private library. One diary pertains to McClintock's earlier trip to Europe (1850). Photographs include an interior view of the American Chapel (stereograph), portraits of Methodist clergymen, and a daguerreotype portrait of McClintock.

5 linear ft. (10 boxes, 14 bound volumes (BV), and 1 oversized bound volumes (OBV))

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American Methodist clergyman. From the description of Autograph letters signed (9) : Carlisle, Pa., to Harper & Brothers, 1848 Apr. 27-1859 Nov. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270608696 John McClintock, editor, educator, and college president, was born October 27, 1814, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and died March 4, 1870, in Madison, New Jersey. He taught at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania (1836-1848); was editor of the Methodist Quarterly Review (1848-1856...

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Civilian voluntary organization, responsible for the health of volunteer soldiers in the Union Army during the Civil War. From the description of Records, 1861-1867 (bulk 1864). (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record id: 58773094 The United States Sanitary Commission, 1861-1879, was a civilian organization authorized by the federal government to provide sanitary and medical assistance to the Union volunteer forces during the United States Civil ...

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Methodist Episcopal Church (corporateBody)

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