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Fri Mar 21 17:04:39 2014 UTClccn-no980975820.00St. John's Church : ninety years of life and service, 1841-19310.791.00A brief history of St. John's Church, Hartford /135187954no 980975824774836Hartford. St. John's churchSaint John's Church (Hartford, Conn.)Saint John's Episcopal Church (Hartford, Conn.)St. John's Church (Hartford, Conn.)St. John's Church (West Hartford, Conn.)St. John's Episcopal Church (West Hartford, Conn.)lccn-n80097850Kingsley, James Luce1778-1852lccn-n87101479Jarvis, Samuel F.(Samuel Farmar)1786-1851lccn-nr95040396Jackson, Abner1811-1874lccn-n50017911Coxe, A. Cleveland(Arthur Cleveland)1818-1896lccn-n79058456Episcopal Churchlccn-no95016450Burgess, George1809-1866lccn-n85145415Episcopal ChurchDiocese of Connecticutlccn-n50034086Burr, Nelson R.(Nelson Rollin)1904-1994np-wait, gary ernest$1941Wait, Gary Ernest1941-np-wagnon, william sidney$1963Wagnon, William Sidney1963-Saint John's Church (West Hartford, Conn.)SermonsHistoryChurch historyConnecticut--HartfordSermons, AmericanEpiscopacyOrdination sermonsKingsley, James Luce,Jackson, Abner,Lord's Supper--Real presenceSaint John's Church (West Hartford, Conn.)Thanksgiving Day addressesRepentance--ChristianityConnecticut--West HartfordConnecticutUnited StatesEpiscopal ChurchArchitectureNew York (State)--New YorkMothers--Religious lifeChristian women--Religious lifeEpiscopal Church.--Diocese of ConnecticutMaryland--BaltimoreCookingPastoral theologyChurch group work with mothersWyatt, William Edward,Freedmen--Religious lifeItalian Church Reformation CommissionIllinois--ChicagoEpiscopalian theological seminariesEpiscopal Church.--Diocese of MarylandEnglandSouthern StatesBishopsStudentsRobertson, C. F.--(Charles Franklin),Catholic University of AmericaTurkeyLutheransSt. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church (New York, N.Y.)Church of the Heavenly Rest (New York, N.Y.)HaitiConfraternity of the Blessed Sacrament of the Body and Blood of ChristJudaismBaptistsReligious poetryNew York, WesternMissionsSlaves--Social conditionsNew York (State)Christ Church Cathedral (Hartford, Conn.)Seminarians184218431847185118542172529AC1901ocn423585862com18470.88Jarvis, Samuel FThe presence of God in his church a sermon preached in St. John's Church, Hartford, on Trinity Sunday, May 30, 1847 (being one of the four seasons) at the admission to the order of priests of the Rev. A. Jackson, A.M.Sermons313ocn085799348com18430.88Coxe, A. ClevelandRepentance the acceptable thanksgiving a sermon preached in St. John's, Hartford, on the Feast of St. Andrew, 1843, being the day appointed by His Excellency, the Governor of Connecticut, as a day of thanksgiving and praise to almighty God for the fruits of the earth and all the other blessings of His merciful providenceSermons192ocn010114543book18430.88Coxe, A. ClevelandRepentance, the acceptable Thanksgiving : a sermon, preached in St. John's, HartfordSermons21ocn057565959book19221.00Pease, Charles AA brief history of St. John's Church, HartfordHistoryChurch history21ocn013679973book19840.10Sinners dinners11ocn039712492book19311.00Anthem11ocn034673525book1994Saint John's Church (West Hartford, Conn.)Fire in the windowsAnnounces a lecture on Chartres Cathedral by Malcolm Miller, to be presented at the Connecticut Historical Society, 23 Feb. 1994, to benefit the church restoration fund221ocn022958838book18420.90Burgess, GeorgeA sermon, preached at the consecration of St. John's Church, Hartford, April 20, 1842211ocn012956346book19410.73Burr, Nelson RA history of Saint John's Church, Hartford, Connecticut, 1841-1941HistoryChurch history91ocn034928727book19960.23Wait, Gary ErnestA history of Saint John's Church, West Hartford, Connecticut 1841-1995 / by Gary E. WaitChurch history51ocn029706107book18540.47Coxe, A. ClevelandA pastoral letter to the parishioners of St. John's Church, Hartford, Easter, 185422ocn182521228book20070.47Pearson, Anna SFaithful motherhood and ministry : creating resources for Christian integration11ocn610430028mixHart, SamuelSamuel Hart anniversary sermonsHandwritten and typed sermons preached at anniversary celebrations of churches and towns throughout Connecticut, and one in Pennsylvania. The celebrations occurred in Greenwich, Hartford, New Milford, Newtown, North Haven, Milford and Watertown, Connecticut11ocn078525407visu19311.00Mayers, Murray, and Phillip, Bertram G. Goodhue AssociatesSt. John's Church, West Hartford, ConnDesigns and plans11ocn057566063serialSaint John's Church (West Hartford, Conn.)Year bookHistoryChurch historyPeriodicalsSources11ocn656394050book1.00Coxe, A. ClevelandArthur Cleveland Coxe papersHistoryChurch historyRecords and correspondenceThe papers cover a broad range of ecclesiastical interests, colored by Coxe's close friendship with Bishop William Rollinson Whittingham, which occasioned much of this frank and confidential correspondence. They span most of Coxe's career, beginning with student days at the General Theological Seminary, 1840-1841, and work in St. Anne's Parish, Morrisania, N.Y., 1841-1842; St. John's Parish, Hartford, Conn., 1843-1854; and Grace Church, Baltimore, 1854-1863. Many describe conditions and events in the Dioceses of Connecticut and Massachusetts during that period. A great deal of material concerns the Diocese of Maryland and events in Maryland, especially relating to the history of Grace Church. Coxe gives his views on slavery and the condition of slaves in Baltimore. Civil War correspondence concerns his troubles as a Unionist and correspondence with the Reverend William E. Wyatt about publication in England of Coxe's views on the Civil War. After the war, Coxe writes of changes he perceived in Maryland and the abolition of slavery. He also writes Whittingham about many of the problems confronting that bishop. Other subjects are Coxe's declining election as Bishop of Texas, 1856; appointment as President of Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.; call to Calvary Church, New York City, 1863?; and election as Bishop Coadjutor of Western New York (of which he later was Bishop), 1864. Many papers pertain to his episcopate, dealing with affairs of that Diocese and of the Episcopal Church throughout the world. Diocesan items include many clergy matters, a Pastoral Letter to the women of the Diocese on the role of women in the Church, 1868, a letter of 1887 about St. Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo, and a sermon on the vocation of the laity. Substantial materials concern Coxe's writings. His poems, tracts, and sermons, as well as numerous letters, reveal his views on literature, hymn writing, churchmanship, Catholic tradition, translation of the Bible, theology, the Sunday School movement, marriage, the Prayer Book, the Freedmans' Commission, and many other matters. He opposes the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament and some other High Church developments, occasioning a dispute with the Reverend Charles C. Grafton (later Bishop of Fond du Lac), 1874. There is much on education, particularly the General Theological Seminary and Nashotah House in Wisconsin. Many letters concern relations with other bishops, among them George W. Doane, William C. Doane, George M. Randall, Theodore B. Lyman, Horatio Southgate, Manton Eastburn, and Charles F. Robertson, as well as other clergymen and laymen, such as the Reverend Libertus Van Bokkelen and Hugh Davey Evans, of Maryland. Matters of broader scope are relations with the Unitarian, Roman Catholic, Old Catholic, and Orthodox Churches. Many letters also discuss relations with the Church of England, including the Lambeth Conferences and Coxe's contacts with English bishops, such as the Bishops of Lichfield, Ely, and Kingston, in the 1870s. Other papers relate to Coxe's support of the mission in Turkey in the 1840s and his work on the Italian Church Reformation Commission of the House of Bishops, 1865-1872; the Russo-Greek Committee, 1866-1874; and the Mexican Commission, 1874-1876. There are many references to business of the General Conventions of the Church, and minor references to the translation of the Prayer Book into German, Coxe's supervision of the missions in Haiti, 1872, and his views on the mission in Liberia11ocn271452645visu1.00Goodhue, Bertram Grosvenor[Working sketchbook, including ecclesiastical and domestic projects]Designs and plansThis set of 46 drawings is found in one sketchbook, containing 15 extant leaves, 1 back endpaper, and 11 loose sheets housed between some of the leaves. The majority of leaves and sheets have recto and verso images. The drawings are all graphite sketches on paper except for one, which is a plate torn from a journal or catalog. Some of the loose sheets may originally have been parts of full leaves in the sketchbook which were removed and cut into smaller pieces11ocn035181796book1996Saint John's Church (West Hartford, Conn.)The dedication and consecration of Saint John's Church, West Hartford, Connecticut : the fourth Sunday of Easter, April 28, 1996, four o'clock in the afternoonProgram of service, list of participants, historic notes, and list of donors and benefactors to church restoration fund11ocn077921762book18421.00Burgess, GeorgeSermon at the consecration of St. John's Church, April 20, 184211ocn029373487book1931Saint John's Church (West Hartford, Conn.)St. John's Church : ninety years of life and service, 1841-193111ocn033842080mixBurr, Nelson RPapersResearch notes, drafts of articles and lectures, and publications on individual Episcopal churches in Connecticut and on ethnic Episcopalian communities such as the Welsh and Swedish Episcopalians of colonial America; inventories of records of African-American, Baptist, Catholic, Congregational, Jewish, Lutheran, Quaker, Sandemanian, Unitarian and Universalist churches in Connecticut prepared for the historical records survey of the Works Progress Administration11ocn028401473book1851St. John's Church (Hartford, Conn.)Laws and by-laws11ocn030054650book1993Saint John's Church (West Hartford, Conn.)Saint John's Church : preparing for the next 150 years11ocn455212214mix1.00Mayers, Murray & PhillipMayers, Murray & Phillip architectural records and papersDesigns and plansThis small collection contains primarily photographs, supplemented by a very few architectural drawings, specifications, and reference materials related to the projects and designs of Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and his successor firm, Mayers, Murray & Philips, in the New York City region and in other locations in the United States. It also includes reference materials and a photograph of Betram Goodhue's New York City office01ocn081772906book1941Saint John's Church (West Hartford, Conn.)A history of Saint John's Church : Hartford, Connecticut 1841 - 1941Church historyFri Mar 21 15:22:36 EDT 2014batch17375