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Edgington, Frank E.

Published by New York Avenue Presbyterian Church (1962)

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About this Item: New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, 1962. Hardcover, no dust jacket. Shaken, cocked spine. Foxing. 369 pp. Seller Inventory # 407802

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Edgington, Frank E.

Published by Ney York Avenu Presbyterian Church, Washington, D. C. (1962)

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About this Item: Ney York Avenu Presbyterian Church, Washington, D. C., 1962. Embossed Green Cloth. Condition: Very Good+. Black and White Photos (illustrator). Retired library copy with the usual stamps and stickers. Textblock is very clean and tight. Covers slightly edge and corner rubbed. 368p., including index. Size: 8vo - Over 7 3/4" -9 3/4 " Tall. Ex-Library Hardcover. Seller Inventory # EW1852

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Edgington, Frank E.

Published by NY Avenue Presbyterian Churc, Washington DC (1962)

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About this Item: NY Avenue Presbyterian Churc, Washington DC, 1962. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Embossed illustration to green cloth covers with title in worn gilt, spine ends and corners worn, else very good hardcover. Signed by the author. "The Mother Church of African American Presbyterians.". Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 053554

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Edgington, Frank E.

Published by Washington: NY Ave. P C, 1961, Washington (1961)

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About this Item: Washington: NY Ave. P C, 1961, Washington, 1961. Cloth. Condition: VG - No Dj. Cloth. VG - No Dj. 22 Cm. x, 369p. Seller Inventory # 013076

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Edgington, Frank E.

Published by New York Avenue Presbyterian Chuch, Washington, DC (1962)

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About this Item: New York Avenue Presbyterian Chuch, Washington, DC, 1962. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good-. Binding and contents are almost like new. "Arthur R. Shetay (? Spelling? ) , Pastor 'The Lincoln Church' is written on the ffep. Very minor wear on the clean, complete DJ which is protected by clear plastic. ; 8-5/8" Tall, X + 369pp. Textured dark green cloth, with raised gold lettering on the spine and front cover and a large debossed picture of the church on the front cover. HISTORY. "The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church was formed in 1859 from the union of the F Street (Associate Reformed) and the Second Presbyterian Churches. Hence it is necessary to trace separately the histories of both from their origins to 1859. " Some Contents: The F Street Church; The Second Presbyterian Church; The New York Avenue Presbyterian Chuch (1859-1960) ; Church property; Pioneer families; The Church's outreach; Women's organizations; Notable worshippers; Discords and harmonies; The library; Gifts and bequests; The Lincoln Family and The New York Avenue Church; The Lincoln Pew; Dr. Sizoo and the Lincoln family; Folkways of New York Avenue. . Appendices include: Pastors - alphabetical listing & chronological listing; Elders; Deacons; Trustees; Deaconesses; Clerks of Session; Church Staff; Church School Superintendents; Senior and Junior choirs; Missionaries and fraternal workers; Important dates; Glossary; etc. Index. Frontispiece b/w photo of the church. A couple dozen b/w photos in text. Loosely laid-in is a reprint of the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD for September 14, 1978 regarding the 175th anniversary of this church. Seller Inventory # 42026

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Edgington, Frank E.

Published by Washington, D.C.: [1962], New York Avenue Pres. Churc (1962)

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About this Item: Washington, D.C.: [1962], New York Avenue Pres. Churc, 1962. Hardcover. x, 369 p.; 49 halftone illus. in text; 22 cm. From `The Lincoln Family and the New York Avenue Church' p. 234-53: `Shortly after the Inauguration, Mrs. Lincoln sent for the plan of the church which showed the seating arrangements. The story of her hoice is told in the chapter on The Lincoln Pew [p. 254-57]. The first Sunday after their occupancy of the White House, the members of the family were in their pew. During the first year, both Willie and Tad frequently went to the Fourth Presbyterian Church with their friends, the Taft boys. Many stories of their exploits remain as memories to lighten the dark days of the war. One Sunday at dinner Mr. Lincoln was taking Willie and Tad to task for cutting the church service. They replied they had attended divine service at the Fourth Presbyterian Church adding that it was more fun to go to church there. Their father said, "But I didn't know that you went to church for fun." The boys replied, "Oh yes, papa! You just ought to see those old rebels slam their pew doors and stamp out when the minister prayers for the President of the United States."' (p. 235 f.) -- `Lincoln's part in a wartime romance: a hitherto unpublished story of a young soldier who obeyed his summons' on William Anthony Elderkin and Fannie Gurley, daughter of Pastor Phineas Gurley, p. 236-39 -- Account of Phineas Gurley's funeral sermon for Willie Lincoln in 1862 (p. 241) -- Text of Phineas Gurley's sermon "Have faith in God" delivered in the East Room of the Executive Mansion, Wednesday, April 19th, 1865, at the funeral of Abraham Lincoln (p. 246-52), and his hymn for Lincoln's interment at Springfield, Ill. (p. 252) VG orig. embossed green leatherette. Signed by author on ffep. Seller Inventory # 023167

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Edgington, Frank E.

Published by NY Ave. Presbyterian Church [c1962], Washington, DC (1962)

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About this Item: NY Ave. Presbyterian Church [c1962], Washington, DC, 1962. Condition: good. First? Edition. First? Printing. 23 cm, 369 pages. Illus., glossary. Signed by the author. Seller Inventory # 25862

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