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Letter to Dr. F.E. Boericke Edit


Component Unique Identifier
Item 62
Level of Description


  • 1885 July 14 (label)


  • Scope and Contents

    Original letter. Written in Gorham, New Hampshire. Coordinates the transportation of Mr. DeCharms from Colorado to Philadelphia and the forwarding of meeting notes. Comments on the opening of the old Darby Church, various new people interested in the New Church, "occult life" or Theosophism, and a dissatisfied congregation (Mr. Tafels's). People, organizations, and places mentioned: John P. (Pitcairn), Mr. De Charms, Dr. Boericke, Robert Glenn, No. 247 Fourteenth St. Room 13 Denver Col., Dr. Farrington, Badenweiler, Brighton England, Charley Stuart, Dr. Starkey, Mr. Pendleton, Mr. Bostock, the Postmaster and his wife and Miss Soule from near Gorham, Swedenborg, Col. Olcott, Miss Trowbridge formerly of Shaker community, T.S. Arthur, Mr. Schreck, Canada, Mr. Tafel, Minnie Doering, Mrs. Benade, Academy, Mr. Tuerk, Mrs. Boericke and Mrs. Benade.