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    • Letter John H. Vincent to Elizabeth D. Vincent from Cleveland, Ohio October 1871

    • Vincent, John Heyl (1832-1920)
    • Vincent, Elizabeth Dusenbury (1832-1909)
    • Although this letter is undated, it does talk about the great Chicago fire of Oct. 1871. JHV says 'The fire! How fearful! Chicago ruined! All its wealth and glory swept away in forty-eight hours. I go there tonight. Meeting at the Central Rail this...
    • Letter to Elizabeth D. Vincent in which JHV reflects on his spirituality

    • Vincent, John Heyl (1832-1920)
    • Vincent, Elizabeth Dusenbury (1832-1909)
    • Letter is written on 'J.H.V. New Haven, CT' stationery. JHV reflecting on his spirituality. '..all day I have had a sweet peace that comes from faith in the one 'mighty to save.' The glorious sunset, with the long lingering flush on the sky flitty...
    • May 16, 1884 (Friday P.M.) Letter John H. Vincent to Elizabeth D. Vincent

    • Vincent, John Heyl (1832-1920)
    • Vincent, Elizabeth Dusenbury (1832-1909)
    • This letter follows up in sharing with his wife about the "hotly contested elections in the history of the conference.'' JHV also asserts that at times like these, adults want to act like children and how he would love to be in his Mother's arms...
    • November 22, 1901 Letter John H. Vincent to Elizabeth D. Vincent

    • Vincent, John Heyl (1832-1920)
    • Vincent, Elizabeth Dusenbury (1832-1909)
    • "Up to this time I am not sorry I came. Am sure I have done some good. This concentration on one class of subjects for a month at a time is good for the preachers and good for the people. It stimulates thought. I had a very fine time in Frankfort...
    • Silhouette of Mary Raser, John Heyl Vincent's mother

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    • Recto: [Handwritten] Mary Raser. My mother. JHV. Verso: [Handwritten] Mary Raser. Philadelphia, PA.'' (July 31, 1803 - February 18, 1852) Mary Raser was orphaned at a young age and brought up by her aunt and uncle. She met her future husband, John...
    • Vincent home in Chillisquaque (PA) second copy

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    • Recto: [Handwritten] under the image 'My last home in Pennsylvania at Chillisquaque Northumberland Co. - the house in which my Mother died Feby. 16, 1852. Two days before that my sister (a cousin but adopted by my parents as daughter in her...

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