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bMS 745

Guild, Edward Chipman, 1832-1899. Notebooks, 1855-1856: A Finding Aid.

Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University

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Descriptive Summary

Call No.: bMS 745
Repository: Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University
Creator: Guild, Edward Chipman, 1832-1899
Title: Guild, Edward Chipman, 1832-1899. Notebooks, 1855-1856.
Date(s): 1855-1856
Quantity: 2 boxes
Abstract: Collection consists of four notebooks which contain lecture notes transcribed by Guild on a course entitled "Systematic Theology" given by Edwards Amasa Park, 1855-1856.

Acquisition Information:

The notebooks were a gift from Arthur T. Lyman to the Harvard Divinity School library in 1906.

Processing Information:

Processed by Fran O'Donnell, 2015.

Access:

There are no restrictions on access to this collection.

Biographical / Historical

Edward Chipman Guild was born in Brookline, Massachusetts on February 29, 1832. He graduated from Harvard College in 1853. He studied at Andover Theology Seminary and Harvard Divinity School, and graduated in 1857. He was ordained a Unitarian minister at Meadville in 1859, and settled at a church in Marietta, Ohio where he married Emma Cadwallader. He then settled in Canton, Massachusetts, and he was there from 1861-1866. He then served two years in Ithaca, New York; three years in Baltimore; and seven years in Waltham, Massachusetts. In 1884 he settled in Brunswick, Maine and was there for ten years. He died in Boston, Massachusetts in 1899.

Scope and Contents

Collection consists of four notebooks which contain lecture notes transcribed by Guild on a course entitled "Systematic Theology" given by Edwards Amasa Park, 1855-1856. Park was one of the most notable American theologians and orators.

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