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.1 - Semi-Centennial of Unitarian Society, Peabody, Massachusetts. Formerly South Danvers And Before South Parish of Danvers. Written And Delivered By Joseph Warren Upton, June 26, 1876. Read By His Daughter Carrie Upton Before Ladies' Society of the Unitarian Church, Peabody, Mass.
.2 - The Foundation of our Confidence in the Saviour. A Sermon, Preached at the Ordination of the Rev. Charles C. Sewall, As Minister of the First Unitarian Church in Danvers, April 11, 1827. By Alvan Lamson, Minister Of The First Church in Dedham. Published For the First Unitarian Church in Danvers. Dedham: Printed By H. & W. H. Mann. 1827.
.3 - The Unbelief of Christendom. A Sermon Preached at the Ordination of Mr. Frank P. Appleton, As Pastor of the First Unitarian Church In Danvers, January 14th, 1846, By Nathaniel Hall, Minister Of the First Church in Dorchester.
Published by Vote of the Society. Danvers: G. R. Carlton--Courier Press. 1846.
.4.1 - Eulogy, At the Funeral of General Gideon Foster, Delivered in the Unitarian Church, In Danvers, November 3d, 1845, by Daniel P. King, With Notes. Danvers: G. R. Carlton--Courier Press. 1846.
.4.2 - Eulogy, At the Funeral of General Gideon Foster, Delivered in the Unitarian Church, In Danvers, November 3d, 1845, by Daniel P. King, With Notes. Danvers: G. R. Carlton--Courier Press. 1846.
.4.3 - Eulogy, At the Funeral of General Gideon Foster, Delivered in the Unitarian Church, In Danvers, November 3d, 1845, by Daniel P. King, With Notes. Danvers: G. R. Carlton--Courier Press. 1846.
.5 - Commemoration of 13th Anniversary of Second Universalist Society of Danvers, Sunday School. Nov. 1866. Thirteen pages.
.5.1 - Typewritten copy of above account, five pages.
.6 - Report of the 14th Anniversary of the Sunday School of the Second Universality Society of Danvers, Nov. 1867. Six pages.
.6.1 - Typewritten copy of above account, two pages.
.7 - Extra typewritten copy of both reports, above, as well as two first pages of 1866 report and one second page of 1867 report.
.8 - April 17, 1985 letter from Helen Bodge Lynch to John Wells on above reports, including note regarding deed and photo that are not with papers.
.9 - Consecration of Saint Paul's Church, Peabody, Massachusetts by Right Reverend William Lawrence, D. D., Bishop of Massachusetts. Sunday June 30, 1918, 10:30 a.m. Reverend Allen Greene, Rector.
St. Paul's Church, Rev. Cogan, Rector, Fiftieth Year Jubilee, Sunday and Monday Nov. 2 and 3, 1924.
Press Release Feb. 23, 1959(?) on installation of Rev. Norman Lawrence Kellett as pastor of St. Paul's Church.
.10 - Four programs.
First Grand Reunion of St. John's Parish, May 29, 1911
1935 Reunion of St. John's Parish, Peabody, Mass. March 4, 1935.
Souvenir of the Diamond Jubilee of St. John's Parish, Peabody, Massachusetts, Rev. Henry C. Reardon, Pastor.
Twenty-fifth Anniversary of Ordination and Parish Reception for Rt. Rev. John J. Murray, Pastor of St. John's Church, May 19, 1957.
.11- March 10, 1946 letter from Marlene and Irene Smiley regarding lost dog.
.12 - Newsclipping, Peabody Times, Oct. 6, 1955 on completion of St. Ann's Church.
.13 - Two pamphlets.
Seventy-fifth Anniversary Program of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Peabody, Massachusetts. 1914.
Brief History of the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Peabody, Massachusetts, 1830-1929 by Blanche P. Hayward.
Two photos of church filed with photographs.
.14 - Dedication flyer for Edgerly Memorial Chapel at Harmony Grove Cemetery, June 1, 1958.
.15 - History of the West Congregational Church of West Peabody, Massachusetts by Clara A. Bradstreet at the Seventy-fifth Anniversary on Sept. 6, 1958. 22 pages.
Church Shelf--The Parish Chronicle, a monthly publication by St. Paul's. Includes information about recent events and the rector's answers to religious questions.
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