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Indiana -- Episcopal churches

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Charlotte Farnham Leonard letter

 Collection — Folder S0822
Identifier: S0822
Scope and Contents This collection contains a June 15, 1848 letter written by Charlotte Farnham Leonard of Madison, Indiana to Reverend Samuel F. Jarvis of Middletown, Connecticut. Her letter is written on a June 14, 1848 circular printed by members of the Episcopal congregation of Christ Church in Madison and Jackson Kemper, the Bishop in charge of the Diocese of Indiana. The circular was created to try and raise money to build a "suitable house for public worship". Mrs. Leonard was a former parishioner of Rev....
Dates: 1848 June

Christ Episcopal Church History collection

 Collection — Folder S2181
Identifier: S2181
Scope and Contents There are two items in this collection: a 14-page, typed manuscript by Rev. James D. Stanley entitled "A Short History of Christ Church Parish, Indianapolis, 1837-1912," circa 1936 and a ticket to the Ladies' Strawberry Festival dated June 5, 1863.Rev. Stanley gives the early history of the church, along with the names of missionaries, ministers, and rectors who served the congregation. On page 6, he lists the daughter churchs which were organized with the support of Christ Church....
Dates: 1863-1936

G. Earl Daniels collection

 Collection — Folder S1828
Identifier: S1828
Scope and Contents This collection includes copies of several essays written by Rev. G. Earl Daniels, including "Green Apples," printed in a February 1, 1981 publication, "'Double Overtime' or Life After 80" written circa 1985, and "the Miracle of Marriage". The collection also includes a reprint of "When Charles Wesley Preached in Boston," a sermon preached by Rev. Daniels at Christ Church in Boston on September 23, 1973 in observance of the 237th anniversary of the visit of Charles Wesley in 1736.
Dates: 1973-1985

Garrison family papers

 Collection — Folder S0502
Identifier: S0502
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, receipts, and notes of the Garrison family ranging from 1850-1905. The collection includes a letter and receipt of Jane Boydston (1885-1887) and an undated copy of the Methodist Episcopal Church tract, "The Converted Shipwright".
Dates: 1850-1905

George Upfold papers

Identifier: L165
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed diaries; autographed, signed letters; official church documents; maps; and newspaper clippings from George Upfold and others in Indianapolis, Indiana and elsewhere ranging from 1822 to 1926 regarding official church business and family matters.
Dates: 1796-1926, undated

Joseph Francis papers

Identifier: L247
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters from various people to Harriet Louise Hooker in Indianapolis, Indiana; autographed and typed sermons; autographed journals and diaries; photographs; publications of various Episcopalian churches and dioceses; newspaper articles; a guestbook and a scrapbook; a genealogy and biographies; tributes; and speeches from Joseph Francis ranging from 1817 to 1950, regarding foreign travels, service in World War I, sermons, career, family life, history of Episcopalian...
Dates: 1817-1950, undated

St. James Episcopal Church History collection

 Collection — Folder S2182
Identifier: S2182
Scope and Contents This collection includes three typed manuscripts, a history of the church (1941) and two papers on women's work in the parish (1889 and 1940), as well as one typed transcript of the program for the Semi-Centennial Celebration of St. James Church held in November 1889. The paper written by Francis M. Van Natter in 1941, 15 pages, covering the history of St. James Church from its inception in 1823 to the consecration of its new building in 1907. Sophie Amelia Langton Ghee wrote the six-page...
Dates: 1889-1941

Van Scyoc and Shackelford family papers

Identifier: L556
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the personal and business papers of the Van Scyoc and Shackelford families. This includes correspondence, school records, receipts, account books and ledgers, photographs, and other documents related to their interests.

There are also marriage certificate of Artie L. Shackelford and Mary Bessie Van Scyoc, two company calendars, and two broadsides, one advertising the second Indianapolis Industrial Exposition (OBD029).
Dates: 1844-1978