The Resource A Collection of letters from hymnists:, Group 9

A Collection of letters from hymnists:, Group 9

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A Collection of letters from hymnists:, Group 9
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A Collection of letters from hymnists:
Title number
Group 9
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Biographical or historical data
A collection of letters from hymnists as Nutter gathered information for his hymn studies.
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1842-1928
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Nutter, Charles S.
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  • 1832-1920
  • 1838-1908
  • 1858-1935
  • 1836-1920
  • 1820-1915
  • 1834-1918
  • 1822-1891
  • 1861-1953
  • 1827-1911
  • 1863-1957
  • 1826-1899
  • 1858-1931
  • 1839-1925
  • 1828-1911
  • 1816-1909
  • 1836-1906
  • 1850-1935
  • 1820-1895
  • 1853-1932
  • 1838-
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  • Vincent, John Heyl
  • Cox, S. K
  • Gilbert, Levi
  • Payne, C. H
  • Phelps, Dryden W
  • Upham, Samuel F
  • Winchester, C. J
  • Ragsdale, F. C
  • Bird, Frederic Mayer
  • Downey, David George
  • Buckley, J. M.
  • Crosby, Fanny
  • Gilmore, J. H.
  • Ganse, H. D.
  • Harrington, Karl Pomeroy
  • Hastings, Thomas S.
  • Joy, James Richard
  • Lowry, Robert
  • Lutkin, Peter Christian
  • Main, Hubert P.
  • Mallalieu, Willard F.
  • March, Daniel
  • McCabe, C. C.
  • North, Frank Mason
  • Root, George F.
  • Stuart, Chas. M.
  • Warren, Henry W.
  • Stiles, Edgar P.
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  • Hymns
  • Hymn writers
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A Collection of letters from hymnists:, Group 9
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  • 1. F. M. Bird, May 10, 1891, contacts in London and Edinburgh; 2. Saml. K. Cox, June 19, 1907, biographical information and hymn in new Methodist hymnal; 3. David G. Downey, Jan. 16, 1911, cover letter with payment for hymns; 4. J. M. Buckley, March 12, 1885, asking to use Nutter article as basis for editorial; 5. J. M. Buckley, June 1, 1891, noting Nutter's departure and asking first reports on any findings; 6. Fanny Crosby, Nov. 18, 1892, cover letter for two hymns; 7. Fanny Crosby, text of "Trust in the Lord and Believe"; 8. Fanny Crosby, text of "A Cup of Cold Water"; 9. H.D. Ganse, Sept. 5, 1883, author of "Thou Who Like the Wind Dost Come" and "Jesus, One Word from Thee"; 10. Levi Gilbert, Aug. 7, 1905, asks for insiders report on new hymnal; 11. J. . Gilmore, Dec. 23, 1891, permission to use photograph, text of "Hungering for the Word"; 12. Karl P. Harrington, Oct. 23, 1908, information on Claude Wallace Harrington, Benjamin Gill, Mrs. Ashford, Charles G. Goodrich and Thoro Harris; 13. Thos. S. Hastings, May 7, 1892, permission to use photograph; 14. Thos. S. Hastings, April 6, 1893, thanking for copy of "Portrait Gallery"; 15. James R. Joy, Oct. 24, 1907, requesting article on Charles Wesley; 16. Robert Lowry, May 7, 1883, authorship of "I Need Thou Every Hour"; 17. Robert Lowry, Feb. 14, 1889, agrees with Nutter's plan (for a local fair?); 18. P. C. Lutkin, March 29, 1909, information on Emma Louise Ashford, G. C. Caldbeck, Moses Smith Cross, David Stanley Smith, and Hubert P. Main
  • 19. Hubert P. Main, April 20, 1909, indexes of composers and authors for new hymnal; 20. Hubert P. Main, Nov. 29, 1883, trying to find Mrs. Esling; 21. W. F. Mallalieu, Jan. 16, 1909, favorable comment on Nutter's poem in Zion's Herald; 22. Daniel March, Dec. 3, 1883, hymn from 1868; 23. Daniel March, text of "Hark, the Voice of Jesus, Crying"; 24. C. C. McCabe, June 27, 1889, was in prison in 1865 and memorized "Battle Hymn of the Republic" from issue of Atlantic Monthly; 25. Frank Mason North, Jan. 1, 1907, hymns 423 adn 549, with biographical data; 26. C. H. Payne, Dec. 22, 1897, help on hymns for Children's Day; 27. Dryden W. Phelps, Sept. 11, 1907, hymn "Savior, Thy Dying Love"; 28. George F. Root, Sept. 16, 1889, list of principal works and prices; 29, Edgar Page Stiles, Sept. 20, 1886, hymn "Simply Trusting"; 30. Charles M. Stuart, Dec. 2, 1902, hymnal commmitte meeting Jan. 10 in Nashville; 31. Samuel F. Upham, Dec. 7, 1900, hymnal committee meeting Jan 16 in New York; 32. Henry W. Warren, Nov. 28, 1902, asks for list of 25 hymns worth learning; 33. Henry W. Warren, undated, thanks Nutter for kind words on "effectiveness"; 34. C. J. Winchester, Oct. 17, 1883, hymn 866; 35. J. H. Vincent, Jan 21, 1886, text promoting Nutter's "Hymn Studies"; 36. F. C. Ragsdale, Aug. 17, 1907, hymn 665
Dimensions
22 x 29 cm.
Extent
48 p.
Label
A Collection of letters from hymnists:, Group 9
Publication
Note
  • 1. F. M. Bird, May 10, 1891, contacts in London and Edinburgh; 2. Saml. K. Cox, June 19, 1907, biographical information and hymn in new Methodist hymnal; 3. David G. Downey, Jan. 16, 1911, cover letter with payment for hymns; 4. J. M. Buckley, March 12, 1885, asking to use Nutter article as basis for editorial; 5. J. M. Buckley, June 1, 1891, noting Nutter's departure and asking first reports on any findings; 6. Fanny Crosby, Nov. 18, 1892, cover letter for two hymns; 7. Fanny Crosby, text of "Trust in the Lord and Believe"; 8. Fanny Crosby, text of "A Cup of Cold Water"; 9. H.D. Ganse, Sept. 5, 1883, author of "Thou Who Like the Wind Dost Come" and "Jesus, One Word from Thee"; 10. Levi Gilbert, Aug. 7, 1905, asks for insiders report on new hymnal; 11. J. . Gilmore, Dec. 23, 1891, permission to use photograph, text of "Hungering for the Word"; 12. Karl P. Harrington, Oct. 23, 1908, information on Claude Wallace Harrington, Benjamin Gill, Mrs. Ashford, Charles G. Goodrich and Thoro Harris; 13. Thos. S. Hastings, May 7, 1892, permission to use photograph; 14. Thos. S. Hastings, April 6, 1893, thanking for copy of "Portrait Gallery"; 15. James R. Joy, Oct. 24, 1907, requesting article on Charles Wesley; 16. Robert Lowry, May 7, 1883, authorship of "I Need Thou Every Hour"; 17. Robert Lowry, Feb. 14, 1889, agrees with Nutter's plan (for a local fair?); 18. P. C. Lutkin, March 29, 1909, information on Emma Louise Ashford, G. C. Caldbeck, Moses Smith Cross, David Stanley Smith, and Hubert P. Main
  • 19. Hubert P. Main, April 20, 1909, indexes of composers and authors for new hymnal; 20. Hubert P. Main, Nov. 29, 1883, trying to find Mrs. Esling; 21. W. F. Mallalieu, Jan. 16, 1909, favorable comment on Nutter's poem in Zion's Herald; 22. Daniel March, Dec. 3, 1883, hymn from 1868; 23. Daniel March, text of "Hark, the Voice of Jesus, Crying"; 24. C. C. McCabe, June 27, 1889, was in prison in 1865 and memorized "Battle Hymn of the Republic" from issue of Atlantic Monthly; 25. Frank Mason North, Jan. 1, 1907, hymns 423 adn 549, with biographical data; 26. C. H. Payne, Dec. 22, 1897, help on hymns for Children's Day; 27. Dryden W. Phelps, Sept. 11, 1907, hymn "Savior, Thy Dying Love"; 28. George F. Root, Sept. 16, 1889, list of principal works and prices; 29, Edgar Page Stiles, Sept. 20, 1886, hymn "Simply Trusting"; 30. Charles M. Stuart, Dec. 2, 1902, hymnal commmitte meeting Jan. 10 in Nashville; 31. Samuel F. Upham, Dec. 7, 1900, hymnal committee meeting Jan 16 in New York; 32. Henry W. Warren, Nov. 28, 1902, asks for list of 25 hymns worth learning; 33. Henry W. Warren, undated, thanks Nutter for kind words on "effectiveness"; 34. C. J. Winchester, Oct. 17, 1883, hymn 866; 35. J. H. Vincent, Jan 21, 1886, text promoting Nutter's "Hymn Studies"; 36. F. C. Ragsdale, Aug. 17, 1907, hymn 665
Dimensions
22 x 29 cm.
Extent
48 p.

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