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Methodist Church

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on Methodist denominations treated collectively and works for which the individual Methodist denomination cannot be identified. Works on individual Methodist denominations are entered under the name of the denomination.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Furlong-Baldwin papers

Identifier: MS 0193

The collection consists of letters of Sephonia Furlong Baldwin of Waterbury, Anne Arundel County from son Lewis Warrington Baldwin while employed with the Illinois Central Railroad, 1897-1901. The collection also contains letters from Mrs. Baldwin's husband and friends. Also included is the personal correspondence of Reverend Henry Furlong (1822-1886), from parishioners, family, friends, containing news of events in the Baltimore District of Methodist Episcopal church.

Dates: 1822 - 1901

Helen Blake diaries

Identifier: MS 0133

This collection consists of mostly personal affairs of young Baltimore girl. Much of the content concerns Methodist Church affairs, at North Avenue Methodist church.

Dates: 1922 - 1927

Hering family scrapbooks

Identifier: MS 1917

This collection contains a two volume autobiography of Joshua Webster Hering, two scrapbooks, and 18 miscellaneous items.

Dates: 1774-1951

Reverend John Lusby Pitts papers

Identifier: MS 3266

This collection contains correspondence addressed to Reverend John Lusby Pitts, an itinerant Methodist minister in Maryland and Virginia, between 1798-1821. The majority of the letters are penned by other Methodist ministers and discuss camp meetings, revivals, conferences, politics, as well as daily life.

Dates: 1787 February 16-1826 January 17; Majority of material found within 1798 - 1821