OGLE, THOMAS, JR.
MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 235
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CITATION: Thomas Ogle Jr. Papers, MSS 235, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.
Thomas Ogle, Jr. resided in Philadelphia from 1883 to 1894. He
received his license to preach in 1883 from the Philadelphia Conference
of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Ogle was made a Deacon in 1892.
In 1894 he moved to Parrysville, Pennsylvania, and was made an Elder.
The dates of his birth and death are unknown.
This collection consists of one hymn book, two letters, and six post
cards. The hymn book, "Ogle's Praise Hymns and Revivalist," is forty-eight
pages in length and was published by John J. Hood of Philadelphia in 1883.
It is a compilation of seventy-five hymns organized by Ogle. There
are numerous revisions in pencil by Ogle noting changes to be made for
the next edition. The letters date from December 1883 and are from
the hymn writers John R. Sweney (1837-1899) and William James Kirkpatrick
(1838-1921), granting Ogle permission to publish selected hymns in an upcoming
compilation. The post cards date from September and October of 1887.
Five are from hymn writers and the publisher, Biglow and Main of New York,
granting Ogle permission to publish selected hymns. Correspondents
include Edmund Simon Lorenz (1854-1942), Jeremiah Eames Rankin (1828-1904),
and George C. Stebbins (1846-1945). The last post card is from Ogle
to his publisher, John J. Hood, explaining changes to be made to the next
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