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Photographs

  • AU AU-MTC 001/16
  • Collection
  • 1829-2015

The photographs are positive prints of Moore Theological College buildings, personnel and students groups, photographs of religious events and personages of significance in Australia and overseas, and historical photographs of Church buildings. Photographs taken for the Australian Church Record are also included.

Moore Theological College

Records of the Anglican Church League

  • AU AU-MTC 020/1
  • Collection
  • 1910-1986

Subject files (alphabetical):
Affiliated overseas organizations, mainly the National Church League in England and Church of England Defence Association in South Africa 1932-1939
Annual Reports and Secretary’s report to Council 1959-1986
Appeal for funds to support the Australian Church Record 1934
Applications for membership and resignations 1933-1980s
Articles and addresses: Evangelicals and Australian Church Union (Lance Shilton, 1966), Modern theology (B.L. Smith), Women and the Church (Patricia Judge, 1976), Captial punishment (Michael Hill, 1978), Is church union the answer? (D.W.B. Robinson, 1966), The Prayer Book experimental services (W.J. Lawton, 1967)
Circulars giving notice of meetings 1932-1940
Conferences 1956-1983
Constitution 1964
Drafts - handwritten notes and articles 1930s
Evangelical Society papers (minutes, correspondence, newsletter, constitution) 1970-1975
Financial records – statements and balance sheets with auditor’s reports 1979-1986, petty cash book 1977-1986
Historical notes including “The Origins of the Anglican Church League” by Donald Robinson 1960-1977
Leaflets and ephemera 1933-1939
Legal documents – incorporation, tax, mortgage 1961-1975
Lists of clergy in Rural Deaneries of Parramatta, the Hawkesbury, Prospect, the Blue Mountains and Liverpool 1969
Mailing lists 1968-1985
Membership lists 1932-1985
News clippings 1933-1935
Newsletter June 1960-June 1986
Orders of service 1933-1935
Policy documents 1968-1979
Proposed Diocese of Wollongong 1970
Publications, External 1932-1939
Recommendations for members of Sydney Synod Committees and Councils 1933-1995
Subcommittee reports: Literature sub-committee, Standing Committee on Prayer Book Revision, Finance sub-committee, Theological affairs sub-committee 1968-1973
Treasurer’s Report 1970-1979
Young Evangelical Churchmen’s League and the Builders leaflets and ephemera 1935-1940
Correspondence 1910-1938, 1952-1986
Council executive meeting minutes 1916-1927, 1929-1986
Council and executive meeting attendance book 1959-1982
Annual meeting minutes and reports 1949-1971
Common seal stamp
Blank stationery with letterhead

Anglican Church League

Papers of Robert Taylor

  • AU AU-MTC 039/1
  • Collection
  • 1859-1870

Includes photographs, ordination certificates, correspondence and pamphlets

Taylor, Robert

Papers of D.B. Knox

  • AU AU-MTC 047
  • Collection
  • 1860-2016

This collection includes minutes of various Moore College and other committees, financial records, correspondence, conference material, speeches, articles, personal papers, transcripts of radio broadcasts, testamurs and his doctoral hood

Knox, David Broughton

Records of the Council of Churches in NSW

  • AU AU-MTC 056/17
  • Collection
  • 1923-1999

Minutes, correspondence and financial papers, many with handwritten annotations, collected by Rev. Judd in his capacity of Secretary of the NSW Council of Churches.

Council of Churches in NSW

Historical notes on individuals

  • AU AU-MTC 068/2
  • Collection
  • 1950-1981

Notes and correspondence relating to clergymen or former Moore College students:
Thomas Day and his second wife Jane Fairweather, the Day-Stubbs family
J.B. Nicholson (1863-1954)
Francis Isaac Parsons
John Pike
Eric Almond
Walter Woodroffe Mantell, Dixon Bertram, James Graham Long, James McEvoy, Percival Spencer Moore
Thomas Alan Baker
Matthew Calder, Francis Alfred Saunders
Walter Ernest Coates
James Robert Stewart
Robert Cooper Ingham (death certificate 1962)
Allen Gregg Reilly (1899-1962)
Harry Chester Ezzy
Fletcher Holliday Long
Theophilus Henry Biddulf
William Victor Giles
C.L.H. Rupp (1839-1917)
George William and Richard Hugh Dickson Kelly
Irving Hetherington (1809-1875)
Philip Peters Agnew

Historical notes on individuals:
Bishops Barker, Barry and Saumerez Smith
Bishop H.C.G. Moule of Durham
J.C. Ryle
Ion Keith-Falconer and the Earls of Kintore, Scotland
Henry Martyn
David Brainerd
William Grimshaw
Papers relating to the Archbishop’s Commission into Church Schools 1962

An account of a visit to India, the Lambeth Conference and to Canada April to September 1958
Annotated photographs of David Brainerd’s grave and associated sites in Connecticut 1981

Loane, Marcus Lawrence

Papers of Prof. Ken Cable

  • AU AU-MTC 082/1
  • Collection
  • 1950-1993

Papers relating to churches associated with Bishop Frederic Barker (for centenary 1955), Transcription of Mrs Jane Barker’s diary 1855-1876, Notes on the history of the family of Barker of Edensor in the county of Derby, and of their descendants and related families by Capt. Roland Auriol Barker, Notes relating to the Barker family, Barker & the evangelical tradition in Australia/The
Heretics’ Club articles and notes, Transcriptions of Bishop Broughton’s letters relating to the SPG 1847-1852, Grey papers, Durham 1846-1847, Notes on St Mary’s Edge Hill, Copies of letters to/from Bishop of Tasmania 1880s, Correspondence re. Bishop of Newcastle (Tyrell) 1853, Excerpts from the Guardian newspaper re. religious matters 1847-1854, Transcriptions of Bishop Broughton’s letters to Rev Coleridge and Mrs Broughton, Correspondence & notes re. writing Australian Church History correspondence course for MTC External Studies, Transcriptions of correspondence relating to SPG 1856-1867, Transcriptions of papers relating to Archdeacon Thomas Hobbes Scott’s 1827 visitation of Tasmania, Notes on Rev. Henry Hodgkinson Bobart of St
John’s Parramatta, Transcriptions of papers from Baroness Burdett-Coutts collection (Lambeth Palace library), Transcriptions of church-related articles in English newspapers 1840s-1850s, Photocopies of books and articles relating to church history, Transcriptions of various articles relating to church history, Index cards for Cable Clerical Index

Cable, K.J. (Kenneth John)

Papers of Captain Henry Waterhouse

  • AU AU-MTC 084/1
  • Collection
  • 1797-1813

Manuscript Letter from Henry Waterhouse [England] to [Thomas Moore], 20 October 1804
Capt Henry Waterhouse to Mr. Thomas Moore, Builder, New South Wales, favored by Mr. Blaxland, 18 September 1806
Capt Henry Waterhouse to Thomas Moore, 24 April 1812
Instrument signed by Henry Waterhouse appointing Thomas Moore as *'my true and Lawful Attorney to act for me in all cases the same as if I myself was present", dated 23 April 1812
William Waterhouse, 6 Smith Square, Westminster, to Thomas Moore, 21 September, 1812, re death of his son Captain Henry Waterhouse
Copy of Henry Waterhouse's Will, dated 22 May, 1793, with annexed instrument [Grant of Administration] and Seal of the Court of the Archbishop of Canterbury, appointing William Waterhouse as Executor, 14 August 1812
Indenture made in Sydney on 17th August 1797, between Philip Schaffer of Parramatta and Henry Waterhouse of Sydney for the sale of The Vineyard. Parramatta, "laying on the North side of the Creek leading to Parramatta" containing by estimation 140 acres of land, granted to Philip Schaffer by Crown Grant dated 5th April 1787
Copy of Land Grant, John Hunter to Captain Henry Waterhouse, for 4Vi acres in the District of Parramatta
Copy of Letter from Samuel Marsden and Rowland Hassall to Moore, with assessment of value of Waterhouse's farm at Parramatta
Documents relating to sale of cattle belonging to Waterhouse, and drafts sending proceeds to London
Land Grant, and appended wafer seal, Governor John Hunter to James Redman, District of Banks Town, 60 acres of land called Redman Farm dated 12 March 1800, with further notation on reverse of deed recording conveyance of same land by subsequent sale for £50 Sterling by Mary Marlborough to Thomas Moore, dated 6 December 1809
Payment Order dated 3rd May, 1813 & signed by John Berick, Paymaster 1 Batt. 73rd Regiment of Foot, drawn on the 1st Battalion, 73d Regiment of Foot, in Sydney, NSW, for pay owing to H.McArthur for £160 included in Paymaster's Monthly Estimate for services specified in the Order to the 24th April, 1813
Payment Order dated 3rd May, 1813, & signed by John Berick, Paymaster 1 Batt. 73rd Regiment of Foot, drawn on the 1st Battalion, 73d Regiment of Foot, in Sydney, NSW, for pay owing to Captain William Waterhouse for £165: 13: 6 included in Paymaster's Monthly Estimate for services specified in the Order to the 24th April, 1813

Waterhouse, Henry

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