The weekend supplements include small commentaries on and large, usually colored illustrations of the events surrounding the trials and imprisonment of Alfred Dreyfus and Émile Zola's involvement in his cause.
Records of the Church of the Ascension, Cranston, R.I.
The Records of the Church of the Ascension consist of materials from 1885-1990, documenting the history of the church from its founding to the end of the twentieth century. The collection, which is divided into five series, consists of adminstrative records, vestry minutes, annual reports, church registers, scrapbooks, and memorabilia.
Frederic Denison Collection of Baptist Biographies
1 clamshell box (80 items)
The Frederic Denison Collection of Baptist Biographies consist of letters, manuscripts, and printed matter that contain biographical information about individual Baptists in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Records of St. John's Episcopal Church, Millville, Massachusets
The records of St. John's Church in Millville, Massachusetts, dating to the founding of the parish in 1849, are divided into three series and comprehensively document the administrative and religious activities of the parish for a one hundred thirty year period.
Records of St. John's Episcopal Church, Barrington, R.I.
The records of St. John's Church, Barrington, R.I. date from the founding of the parish in 1858. The collection is divided into nine series documenting the Church's administrative, religious, cultural, and financial activities from 1858 to 1993.
The Records of Christ Church consist of materials from 1833-1989, documenting the history of the church from its founding to the end of the twentieth century. The collection, which is divided into three series, consists of adminstrative records, church registers, and photographs.
Emmanuel Church is an historic Episcopal church located on 42 Dearborn Street in Newport, Rhode Island. Established as a mission in 1841 to address the spiritual needs of the working class. It was admitted to the Rhode Island Episcopal Diocese as Emmanuel Free Church in 1852 and continues as an active parish.
University of Rhode Island Library, Special Collections and University Archives
The Mary Anne Atwood Papers contains
letters and manuscripts for the period 1882-1910. Most of the
letters in the collection are written from M.A. Atwood to Mme.
Isabelle de Steiger. The collection also includes other letters
written and received by Atwood, manuscript drafts and notes.
According to the admirers of Mary Anne Atwood, "Mrs. Atwood was
truly an adept [of the metaphysical tradition]. The last one." "The
Atwood material is very important for the study of a vanished
Britain, when Neo-Platonism and High Ideas influenced the nation.
But, as Mrs. Atwood says, they went in for power and threw their
spiritual heritage out the window."
The records in this collection reflect the activities and administration of the Church of the Advent, Pawtucket RI. The Church of the Advent was established in 1886 as an Episcopal Mission and was established as a parish in 1887; the church was consecrated in 1890. The church remained active until the 1970s and a steady decline in membership caused the church to close in 2005. The small number of remaining parishioners joined the Church of the Good Shepherd.