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Sermon, "Missions of the North", Preached 1908, at Diocese of Moosonee?
Sermon, "Missions of the North", Preached 1908, at Diocese of Moosonee?
Sermon, "Lord Teach Us to Pray", Preached 1904, Third Sunday after Easter, Moosonee Diocese: "Albeny Church" (Albany?)
Sermon, "Lord Teach Us to Pray", Preached 1904, Third Sunday after Easter, Moosonee Diocese: "Albeny Church" (Albany?)
"Our Father Which Art in Heaven: An Armistice Meditation" Preached at St. Paul's Church, Toronto, Nov. 12th, 1933.
"Our Father Which Art in Heaven: An Armistice Meditation" Preached at St. Paul's Church, Toronto, Nov. 12th, 1933.
"Sermons on The Lord's Prayer: Sermon IV; the First Petition" Preached at St. Paul's Church, Toronto, Nov. 19th, 1933. 1
"Sermons on The Lord's Prayer: Sermon IV; the First Petition" Preached at St. Paul's Church, Toronto, Nov. 19th, 1933. 1
A Christmas Message to Moosonee 1943
A Christmas Message to Moosonee 1943
"Where are the Nine? "
"Where are the Nine? "
Letter From George Everett Bristol Renison to Rev. and Mrs. Renison not dated, England 1
Letter From George Everett Bristol Renison to Rev. and Mrs. Renison not dated, England 1
Letter to Mrs. Renison from (Mrs. ?) Glover of Wiltshire, England dated 25th Feb 49
Letter to Mrs. Renison from (Mrs. ?) Glover of Wiltshire, England dated 25th Feb 49
Letter to Mrs. Renison from Miss Clara B. Knapp of Westwood Massachusetts regarding prisoner of war "Maxie" Renison at "Stalag Luft III, Germany" (Robert John Bristol? See item REN BRC 1.423.22 also addressed from Stalag Luft) Sept. 23rd., 1942
Letter to Mrs. Renison from Miss Clara B. Knapp of Westwood Massachusetts regarding prisoner of war "Maxie" Renison at "Stalag Luft III, Germany" (Robert John Bristol? See item REN BRC 1.423.22 also addressed from Stalag Luft) Sept. 23rd., 1942
Letter to Mrs. Renison from Mildred D. Arnold of the Canadian Army regarding George Everett Bristol Renison dated May 44, stating that Col. Renison "is not seriously injured."
Letter to Mrs. Renison from Mildred D. Arnold of the Canadian Army regarding George Everett Bristol Renison dated May 44, stating that Col. Renison "is not seriously injured."
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