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A receipt to apply on the contract for building cornice on the north end of the First Presbyterian Church.

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Receipt to apply on contract for building First Presbyterian Church spire.

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Receipt for contract on building spire for First Presbyterian Church..

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Receipt for payment on contract for building spire at First Presbyterian Church.

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Receipt to apply to contract to build spire at First Presbyterian Church.

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Receipt to apply to contract to build spire for First Presbyterian Church.

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Receipt to apply on contract for building spire at First Presbyterian Church.

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Receipt for payment on contract to build spire at First Presbyterian Church.

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1869 Receipt for building spire at First Presbyterian Church of Iowa City + order to pay cash to J.P. Sanxay

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A receipt to apply to the contract for building a spire for the First Presbyterian Church

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A receipt for payment to apply to contract to build a spire for the First Presbyterian Church

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A receipt for a payment to apply to the contract to build a spire for the First Presbyterian Church

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Contract payment receipt for building spire of First Presbyterian Church

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Receipt for hardware from J.P. Sanxay

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A warranty obligation created by Sheets & Adams, binding them to the Board of Trustees for $1500 (or the cost of damages) if they do not fulfill their contract for the spire. Signed Sheets & Adams; Jos. [illegible]; Mortimer Ryan; R M…

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Document recording a meeting where the First Presbyterian Church has been asked to consider a purchase of the Stone Church on Burlington St. by Rev. S. S. Howe. The document details the state of the building as well as its liabilities and any value…

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1873 Sunday School Attendance record book

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Program created for the First Presbyterian Church’s Jubilee Anniversary, which took place September 11-13, 1890. The Church celebrated 50 years of organization with special services and activities. Rev. Edward Barrett was pastor at the time.

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Letter from John Shoup to Rev. Dr. Barrett about the Church's 50th anniversary

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Letter written by Rev. John Crozier to Rev. Edward Barrett in 1890. In it, Rev. Crozier talks about Rev. Michael Hummer at length, including information about his parents, his education, and his early days as a reverend. Crozier states that…

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A letter written by Rev. Oliver O. McClean (to the then-current pastor Rev. Edward Barrett?) sending his regrets that he could not attend the First Presbyterian Church’s 50th anniversary Jubilee. The letter was written in Lewistown, Pennsylvania.

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A letter from Andrew Meneely, President and General Manager of the Meneely Foundry in West Troy, New York. The letter was written to Rev. D. W. Wylie and describes the record (dated Aug. 16, 1849) of a bell being made for a church in Iowa City. The…

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George Gibbs, writing as Secretary to the President of the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints, responds to a previous letter from Walter Davis inquiring about the possibility of the First Presbyterian Church’s missing bell being in possession…

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Letter from W.D. Williams, Rector of Trinity Church in Iowa City, to the First Presbyterian Church on occasion of their 70th anniversary.

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Rev. J.P. Schell writes to Rev. D. W. Wylie about the Church’s missing bell. He states that, in addition to hearing about the bell from other sources, while serving as a missionary in Utah he met Brigham Young’s brother George, and that George…

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A letter to Meneely & Co., possibly written by Rev. D. W. Wylie. The letter is in response to a previous letter from Andrew Meneely, and relates to Rev. Wylie’s search for information about the Church’s missing bell. It mentions a bell that is…

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Letter from Andrew Meneely, President and General Manager of Meneely & Co., about the various stamps the company used on bells previous to 1849. This letter is in response to a previous letter to Meneely & Co, and relates to Rev. Wylie’s search for…

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Minutes from March 20, 1923, meeting between Iowa State University Department Presbyterian Board of Education, First Presbyterian Church of Iowa City board, and Sessions of this church

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Minutes from October 14, 1923, joint meeting with all church officers

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Minutes from December 9, 1923, meeting with church officers

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Minutes from December 16, 1923, meeting with church officers

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A copy of the Church’s Land Patent Record. Filed by J. M. Kadlec on May 25, 1923.

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Letter from A.B. Walker to Rev. Robert Reed regarding property that was deeded to the church

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List of building fund bond coupons. April 1, 1931 – April 1, 1932

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Letter from BG Austin to WW Mercer of the First Presbyterian Church regarding the receipt of payment and invoice for the new organ.

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Letter from H.A. Walker of the Austin Organ Company to Henry L. Fisk. The letter relates to the shipment of organ parts to Iowa City, and gives some instructions on what should be done when the parts arrive.

Henry L. Fisk was an architect.

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Letter from HA Walker of the Austin Organ Company to Henry Fisk regarding special features and attributes of Austin Organs, to persuade Mr. Fisk to purchase one for the church.
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