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Letter to E.C. Bostock (transcript) Edit


Component Unique Identifier
Item 102
Level of Description


  • 1888 May 5 (label)


  • Scope and Contents

    One typed transcript. Written in Philadelphia. Acknowledges Mr. Bostock's contribution to the new translations. Mentions a trip to the Convention meeting in Boston and possibly abroad. Discusses, at length, the most recent Academy controversy and Mr. L.H. Tafel's resignation from the Boys' School faculty. States his firm opinion regarding students, parents and their duty as it pertains to the Academy. Mentions the Office of the Assistant Bishop and the upcoming ordination of another Bishop (Mr. Pendleton). Individuals and places mentioned: Dr. Boericke, Mr. Whitehead, Mr. L.H.Tafel, Mr. Pendleton, Mr. Pitcairn, Dr. And Mrs. Starkey, Mr. Glenn, Europe, Massachutsetts, Sophie (Falk?), and Mrs. Bostock.