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Papers, 1846-1954.

Author: William Thomas Manning
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Diaries, 1904-1949; sermons and addresses, 1890-1946; charter of Trinity Parish, 1846; correspondence files including correspondence of others after Manning's death, and clippings, programs, photographs, and pamphlets, 1889-1950, 1954; scrapbooks contain clippings, invitations, programs, and correspondence, 1893-1946; and photographs of exteriors, interiors, and residents of tenements and shops in Greenwich Village,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Sermons
Pictorial works
Named Person: Morgan Dix; William Porcher Dubose; Thomas Frank Gailor; O W Whitaker; Catherine Meredith; John Charles Hillier Mockridge; Francis A Lewis; John Fulton; Boyd Vincent; Howard Chandler Robbins; Bertrand Russell
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Thomas Manning
OCLC Number: 155475116
Description: 37 cubic ft.

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Diaries, 1904-1949; sermons and addresses, 1890-1946; charter of Trinity Parish, 1846; correspondence files including correspondence of others after Manning's death, and clippings, programs, photographs, and pamphlets, 1889-1950, 1954; scrapbooks contain clippings, invitations, programs, and correspondence, 1893-1946; and photographs of exteriors, interiors, and residents of tenements and shops in Greenwich Village, ca. 1910. Material concerns Manning's career as a priest in Redlands, Calif., Lansdowne, Pa., and Nashville, Tenn., as well as in New York; Episcopal Church and Trinity Parish affairs including the building of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, movements for Christian unity, and issues of marriage and divorce; and social and political issues including preparedness and World War I, religious persecution in the USSR, anti-semitism and Nazism, Manning's campaign against Bertrand Russell in 1929 and 1940, and attacks against Trinity as a tenement owner, 1907-1910. Correspondents include Morgan Dix, William P. DuBose, T.F. Gailor, O.W. Whitaker, Catherine Meredith, John Mockridge, Francis A. Lewis, John Fulton, Boyd Vincent, and Howard Chandler Robbins.

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