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All Souls Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) Bangor, Maine

By Ranlett, L. Felix

Bangor, Maine: All Souls Congregational Church, 1962. 69, [3] pp. 2 color plates tipped-in, 1 b&w photo. This is the author's copy, with his inked name on ffep. Ranlett was an editor at Youth's Companion and the author of Let's Go, Houghton Mifflin, 1927, a memoir of his service as an infantryman on the Blanc Mont Ridge in France during World War I, for which he was awarded the Purple Heart. He was the Head Librarian of the Bangor Public Library from 1937-1962. Edge wear and creasing to front cover. "Corrected copy" on front cover, pencil notes throughout, typed note stapled in. With letter from author's daughter laid-in. GVG. Signed by Author. Paper Wrappers. GVG.

$25.00

All Souls Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) Bangor, Maine

By Ranlett, L. Felix

Bangor, Maine: All Souls Congregational Church, 1983. 54 pp. 1 color plate tipped-in. This is the author's copy, with his inked name on page [3]. Ranlett was an editor at Youth's Companion and the author of "Let's Go," Houghton Mifflin, 1927, a memoir of his service as an infantryman on the Blanc Mont Ridge in France during World War I, for which he was awarded the Purple Heart. He was Head Librarian of the Bangor Public Library from 1937-1962. "Corrected copy" on front cover, occasional notes. VG+. Signed by Author. Revised Edition. Paper Wrappers. Very Good+.

$25.00

St. John's Yearbook. An Annual Publication Issued By St. John's Church, Bangor, Maine

By Nelligan, Thomas J

Augusta, Maine: Wallace S. Ladd Printing, 1920. March, 1920, No. 1; 106 pp. With index of business ads. Includes Table of Feasts, Easter Duty, b& w photos, and several articles about Ireland: Ireland and Self-Determination, Ireland's Case, Statistics on Ireland's contribution to Our Revolutionary Army, American Minds prejudiced by misinformation.. Paper Wrappers. Very Good.

$35.00

The American Church History Series: 13 volumes

By Schaff, Philip et al, General Editors

New York: Christian Literature Co Thirteen volumes published under the auspices of the American Society of Church History between 1893 and 1897. General editors Rev. Philip Schaff, Rt. Rev. H.C. Potter, Rev. Samuel M. Jackson [et al]. Navy blue cloth with title gilt on front panel and spine. Volume 1: The Religious Forces of the United States: Enumerated, Classified, and Described on the Basis of the Government Census of 1890, by H. K. Carroll. Vol. 2: A History of the Baptist Churches in the United States, by A. H. Newman. Vol. 3: A History of the Congregational Churches in the United States, by Williston Walker. Vol. 4: A History of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the United States, by H. E. Jacobs. Vol. 5: A History of Methodists in the United States, by J. M. Buckley. Vol. 6: A History of the Presbyterian Churches in the United States, by R. E. Thompson. Vol. 7: A History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, by Charles Comfort Tiffany. Vol. 8: History of the Reformed Church, Dutch. History of the Reformed Church, German, and The Moravian Church in the United States, by E. E. Corwin, J. H. Dubbs, and J. T. Hamilton. Vol. 9: A History of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States, by Thomas O'Gorman. Vol. 10: A History of the Unitarians and Universalists, by J. H. Allen and Richard Eddy. Vol. 11: History of the Methodist Church South, the United Presbyterian Church, and The Cumberland Presbyterian Church South, by Gross Alexander, J. B. Scouller, R.V. Foster, and T. C. Johnson. Vol. 12: History of the Disciples of Christ, the Society of Friends, the United Brethren in Christ, and the Evangelical Association, by B. B. Tyler, A. C. Thomas, R. H. Thomas, D. Berger, and S. P. Spreng; with a Bibliography of American Church History, 1820-1893, compiled by S. M. Jackson. Vol. 13: A History of American Christianity, by L.W. Bacon. All volumes in very good or better condition; this particular book cloth seems to have been subject to mild foxing which lightly mars several volumes in the set. Previous owner's name on ffep. Overseas customers: Multiple books, which will require additional postage. Please request a shipping quote, or anticipate a request for additional postage; the books will ship at cost. . 1st Editions. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$650.00

The Church of Notre-Dame in Montreal: An Architectural History

By Toker, Franklin

Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1970. [xv], 124 pp with index, bibliography, appendices, 54 plates. Blue cloth with pictorial plate on front cover. Light fading to edges and spine, title on spine rubbed. GVG. Hard Cover. GVG.

$14.00

Dedham Congregational Church UCC 150th Anniversary 1841-1991

Dedham, Maine: Sesquicentennial Committee, 1991. 78 pp. With map, photos. Covers lightly creased. VG. Pictorial Paper Wrappers. Very Good.

$15.00

St. John's Episcopal Church, Bangor, Maine 1835-1985 A Sesquicentennial History

By Thompson, Deborah. (ed.)

Bangor, Maine: N.p., 1985. xii, 80 pp. Blue stiff paper wrappers. With four color plates tipped in, notes, bibliography. Very lightly sunned. NF. Soft Cover. Near Fine.

$25.00

Immaculate Conception Church Palmer Road 1892-1992. "A Masterpiece of Its Kind" Eglise Immaculee Conception "Un chef d'oeuvre en son genre" [Prince Edward Island, Canada]

By Pendergast, Eileen Chiasson, etal.

n.p., 1992. [viii], 142 pp. Profusely illustrated with b&w photos, maps, appendix, errata slip laid in. Would be Near Fine but for a touch of soiling on cover. Text is in ENGLISH and in FRENCH. VG+. Soft Cover. Very Good+.

$17.50

Church Directory 1940; Including A Brief History of St. Bartholomew's Church, White Plains [New York]

White Plains, New York: Saint Bartholomew's Church, 1940. [32 pp.] Illustrated paper wrappers. Light foxing and edge wear. GVG. Soft Cover. GVG.

$15.00

Bangor First Church: History of the First United Methodist Church of Bangor, Maine from the First Visit of Jesse Lee in 1793 Through 1976

By Swett, David L.

n.p., 1976. 129, [1] Photo-offset typescript. Includes index. Swett has included a number of church and circuit records.. First Edition. Spiral Bound Paper Wrappers. Very Good.

$30.00

Sesqui-Centennial History of the Holden Congregational Church 1828-1978

By Day, Viva L. (editior)

Holden, Maine: Holden (Maine) Congregational Church, 1978. 48 pp. Stiff paper wrappers. Includes photographs and facsimile of early church records. Of interest are several sections on the sanctions and punishments voted against errant members, including excommunication of a woman for "avowed spiritualism." With newpaper clipping about the 150th anniversary laid in. Near Fine. First Edition.

$18.00

The Episcopal Church in Georgia 1733-1957.

By Malone, Henry T.

Atlanta : Protestant Episcopal Church, 1960. 334 pp. With appendices, glossary, index. Red cloth, map endpapers, many b&w plates throughout. Previous owner signature, corners bumped, thumb-soiling, GVG. With dust jacket with worn edges, 1/2" piece missing near bottom of spine. . Hard Cover. GVG/Good.

$14.50

Historical Sketch of the First Congregational Church Bangor, Maine 1811-1911

By Crosby, James H.

Bangor, Maine: Ira H. Joy, 1911. 46 pp. Includes 5 photographic plates and appendix. Recounts the history of the first Congregational Society in Bangor. On April 30, 1911 their third church building was destroyed in the Bangor fire. Following the fire, with both church buildings in ruins, the First Congregational parish merged with Central Congregational to form All Souls' Congregational Society. The present All Souls' Congregational Church at the corner of State and Broadway was built on a lot owned by the First Congregational Society. Grey wrappers a bit yellowed with a small stain on front cover.. First Edition. Paper Wrappers. Very Good.

$30.00

Centennial Anniversary of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Lynn, Mass. Observed February 19-22, 1891.

By Pickles, Rev. John D.

Lynn, Mass.: Press of Geo. C. Herbert, 1891. 147 pp. 1791-1891 Centennial Souvernir. Brown cloth, gilt title. Previous owner's inscription, damp stains to tail edges. VG.. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$24.50

St. Bartholomew's Protestant Episcopal Church. West Post Road and Golden Avenue, White Plains, N. Y. Hand-Book and Directory 1925-1926

By Ormsbee, Roland C. (ed.)

White Plains, New York: Commercial Printing Service 92 pp. History of parish, parish directory, index, b&w photos. Illustrated brown papers covers present but detached, 3/4" chip off top of spine, soiling, creases. Text block lightly foxed, penciled notes, staple holes in two leaves. Fair. Soft Cover. Fair.

$25.00

Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, Virginia. Embracing a Revised and Enlarged Edition of Dr. Philip Slaughter's History of St. Mark's Parish

By Green, Raleigh Travers

Baltimore: Regional Publishing Company, 1971. Reprinted with an added Half-title. [xii], viii, 160, xxvi pp. Green cloth, spine titles stamped in silver, frontispiece, indices. Review copy, with review slip laid in. Slight spine slant, previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown.. Facsimile of 1900 Edition . Hard Cover. Very Good+.

$35.00

The Emmanuel Movement in a New England Town. A Systematic Account of Experiments and Reflections Designed to Determine the Proper Relationship Between the Minister and the Doctor in the Light of Modern Needs

By Powell, Lyman P

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1909. xvi, 194, [vi] pp. Red cloth, spine titles gilt. Bibliography, index, 5 b&w plates. Covers stained, wear at spine edges, bookplate on front pastedown.. Hard Cover. Good.

$70.00

Centennial Anniversary of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Lynn, Mass. Observed February 19-22, 1891.

By Pickles, Rev. John D.

Lynn, Mass.: Press of Geo. C. Herbert, 1891. 147 pp. Brown cloth, title gilt. 1791-1891 Centennial Souvernir. Frontispiece loose, some wear to boards, damp-stained at head of spine, otherwise VG.. Hard Cover. GVG.

$19.50

The Beginnings of St. John's Church Bangor, Maine

By Reynolds, Harris Walter

Brookline, Mass: Privately Printed, 1934. 24 pp. First edition. Includes 3 b & w illustrations. Written to mark the 100th anniversary of the Parish of Saint John's [Episcopal], originally called St. Luke's. The original building designed by Richard Upjohn was destroyed in the Bangor Fire of 1911, along with the church records. Upjohn's design for Saint John's was one of the first examples of English perpendicular Gothic in America. Original light green paper wrappers, minimal bumping on lower corners and spine edges. . First Edition. Paper Wrappers. Very Good.

$30.00

Live for a Hundred Years: A History of the Maine Christian Association

By Wilson, Dorothy Clarke

Orono, Maine: N.p., 1996. 104 pp. The Maine Christian Association at UMO was formed from the older campus chapters of the YMCA and YWCA and other Protestant groups. Wilson's husband Elwin, a Methodist minister, was appointed the first Director of the new group in 1950. The Wilson Center, the current MCA building, is named for the couple. Dorothy Wilson is best known for her novels and biographies. Most of her subjects were either missionaries or, like Dorothea Dix and Doc Pritham, were dedicated to serving others. This publication is much less common than her books.. First Edition. Spiral Bound Paper Wrappers. Very Good+.

$18.00

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