The New York Ecclesiologist, Volume 1 and other ephemeral matierials

New York: H. M. Onderdonk / New York Ecclesiological Society, 1848. Hardbound. Red library buckram. 195 pp., followed by 2 pp. index. One illustration following p. 48. This is followed by Contents page that lists: Address delivered by The President at The Anniversary Meeting, May 12, 1851; Third Annual report of The Committee; List of Officers and Members; Constitution of The Society; Presents Received; Books Purchased; List of Papers Read at the Meetings of The Society; treasurer's Account; Publications of The Society, Notices, &c. Bound into this section, on page 36-37, is a seperate smaller copy of The Constitution published in 1851. VG with library markings on spine and text block edges. Repairs to Cover page, library stamps, otherwise clean. Item #126109

Tipped-in after the title-page is a copy of the "Laws of The New-York Ecclesiological Society, together with a Statement of the Object and Intended Operations of the Society" published in 1848. Within this statement it is put forth that "The Object of the Society shall be to promote the Study of Ecclesiastical Architecture and Antiquities." Uncommon. Charles Wood has stated the following: "One of the most important sources for the study of mid nineteenth century American chuch architecture; for example Phoebe Stanton, in her The Gothic Revival and American church architecture (1968) makes more than 20 references to it. It was published by the New-York Ecclesiological Society, an Episcopal society which met quarterly. The peridoical was, however, issued somewhat erratically."

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