Newark (N.J.) Churches collection, 1891-2004.


Newark (N.J.) Churches collection, 1891-2004.

Box #1. Protestant Episcopal: Grace Church (135th anniversary, 1972, "Introducing Grace Church," Guide to the Origins, Furnishings... pamphlet, programs, Floor plan, typed from the original in church archives, files of Cameron Allen, Church historian, the order of consecration of John Shelby Spong as bishop, Diocese of Newark, June 12 1976, commemoration service of the episcopate of George Edward Rath, Bishop of Newark, Nov. 5, 1978, Trinity & St. Philip's Cathedral 250 anniversary celebration, brochure, House of Prayer. Installation of T. James Snodgrass as rector, program, 1980). Reformed Episcopal: Emanuel Church (Christian message printed on a blotter). Reformed Church: North Reformed Church (Sunday schools, anniversary, program, 1882). Baptist: Bethany Baptist (10th anniversary of library, bookmark, programs-1967); Mount Pleasant Baptist Church (25th anniversary 1892 booklet); First Baptist Peddie Memorial Church (Brochure "These stones shall be for a memorial," 1973); Mount Calvary Baptist Church (List of patrons, 1979, 30th anniversary of Rev. Dr. Jesse Wendell Mapson, 1977, concert, 1979). Presbyterian: High Street (Engraving on Christmas card of Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Jenkinson, 1927); Second Presbyterian (Concert program Oct. 4, 1987, By-laws); Bethany Presbyterian ("History of Bethany Presbyterian," 1970, Church and its members photographs, circa 1892, Membership cards, Notice of a reunion letter-1947, Misc. items. All material gathered by Ada Whitehouse Williams); Clinton Avenue Presbyterian ("A History of the Clinton Ave. Presbyterian Church formerly known as Third Presbyterian Church, South, now the Clinton Ave. United Presbyterian Church," manuscript & typed copy-1970, cornerstone laying (1914), Misc. programs. Material compiled by Ada Whitehouse Williams. history, typed manuscript, 1992); Central Presbyterian (100th anniversary, 1937-letters, history, programs, Directory of members, 1872, choir photograph, 1935, sermons and misc. programs); First Presbyterian, formerly known as Old First Church. (Centennial Celebration of the dedication booklet, 1891, Dedication of the Garden Club, 1936, Anniversary Sunday, 1941, Founders Day, 1971, brief description in New York Magazine, photocopy of 1972 article, Misc. sermons and pamphlets, engraving on a Christmas card of Thomas L. Raymond, 1915, Bicentennial brochure, n.d. program, brochure, 1980). Box #2. Thirteenth Avenue Presbyterian Church, merged with Clinton Avenue Presbyterian Church in 1967, (120th anniversary, 1955, correspondence, 1967); Forest Hill (Various records, publications, correspondence, Membership records, 1891-94, 1908-14, 1917). Roman Catholic: Sacred Heart Cathedral (Geyer questionnaire-with reply by Paul Reilly, architect, 1971, proclamation of cathedral as a historic landmark, "A Defense Brief for Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Newark, New Jersey," by Ricky Stefanelli, cathedral organ, picture & statistics, ordination rite for Diocese of Newark, May 31, 1975, reception and ordination of bishops, 1976, canonization of Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton, 1975, invitation, historical brochure, Sacred Heart Cathedral, silver jubilee, 1954-79, program, Architectural information, 1958, St. Stanislaus Patron of Poland, anniversary celebration, 1910, Papal Honors Conferral program 1979, Silver jubilee program, 1979, Solemne Apertura de Las Fiestas de La Hispaniad 83, chapel dedications, B. Flanagan, typed manuscript, 1995, Golden Jubilee, The Catholic Advocate, v.53, no.21, Oct. 13, 2004, "The Histories of Sacred Heart Cathedral," ed. by M.E. Gubernat, c.1993); St. Aloysius (Silver jubilee program, 1924); St Rocco's: St. Rocco Celebration, badges, relic of St. Gerard, St. Mary's Abbey centennial brochure, Our Lady of Queen of Angels Church brochure). Roman Catholic ETC includes material relating to Newark Archdiocesan Council of the National Council of Catholic Women, Holy Cross Church, St. Michael's, Our Lady Fatima Church (Rev. Father Joseph L. Capote), Sisters of St. John the Baptist, Certificate of Incorporation (Church of the Blessing Sacrament). United Church of Christ:: St. Stephan's (Gemeinde, 1899, 1909, 1924, Directory of Membership, 1967, Messenger, 1945, The 75th anniversary souvenir, 1949). African Methodist Episcopal, : Saint James A.M.E. Church (booklets, pamphlets, etc, 1987-2002). Newark Churches. Misc. (B'Nai Jeshurun seventy fifth anniversary program, 1923, Park Presbyterian Church Recorder, 1892, photocopy of "Laying the Cornerstone of Park Presbyterian Church," 1871, Der Ersten Deutschen Presbyt. Gemeinde (Jubilaeum, 1901), the First Congregational (1911), .

0.83 linear ft. ( 2 Hollinger boxes)

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