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St. James' Community History Center [Contact Us]
1960-1975
Creator:
Bayfield, Ralph Wesley
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
In the 1960s, the Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Waters began planning a 86 foot dam in the Skippack Valley area of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Local opposition, including several members of St. James' Episcopal Church, was strong, and the Evansburg dam was never built. The Edward Platts and Ralph Bayfield collection on the Evansburg dam, 1960-1975, consists of five scrapbooks, several government reports, research on dams, and a map. (View full finding aid.)
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Edward Platts and Ralph Bayfield collection on the Evansburg dam
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Bayfield, Ralph Wesley
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SJ.02
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1.5 linear feet
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1960-1975
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In the 1960s, the Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Waters began planning a 86 foot dam in the Skippack Valley area of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Local opposition, including several members of St. James' Episcopal Church, was strong, and the Evansburg dam was never built. The Edward Platts and Ralph Bayfield collection on the Evansburg dam, 1960-1975, consists of five scrapbooks, several government reports, research on dams, and a map.
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St. James' Community History Center [Contact Us]
1803-2012
Creator:
St. James' Community History Center.
Extent: 4 linear feet
The bulk of the St. James' Community History Center collection on local and church history, 1803-2012, is alphabetically-arranged subject files. These files include information on local history and are made up of pamphlets, research notes, copies of articles, correspondence, church records, newspaper clippings, and maps. The collection also includes photographs, deeds, a Girls' Friendly Society scrapbook, and correspondence of Rev. Edward Platt (a past rector of St. James'). (View full finding aid.)
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St. James' Community History Center collection on local and church history
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St. James' Community History Center.
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SJ.03
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4 linear feet
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1803-2012
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The bulk of the St. James' Community History Center collection on local and church history, 1803-2012, is alphabetically-arranged subject files. These files include information on local history and are made up of pamphlets, research notes, copies of articles, correspondence, church records, newspaper clippings, and maps. The collection also includes photographs, deeds, a Girls' Friendly Society scrapbook, and correspondence of Rev. Edward Platt (a past rector of St. James').
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St. James' Community History Center [Contact Us]
1788-2012
Creator:
St. James' Episcopal Church (Lower Providence Township, Pa.).
Extent: 4 linear feet
St. James' Episcopal Church, Collegeville is located in Lower Providence Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It is also referred to as St. James' Church, Perkiomen and St. James', Evansburg. The congregation, still active as of 2012, traces its origins to early worship services conducted in 1700 by the Reverend Evan Evans. The St. James' Episcopal Church records, 1788-2012, include parish registers and vital records, vestry minutes, church financial and administrative records, women's groups records, and materials from "Colonial Christmas" events. (View full finding aid.)
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St. James' Episcopal Church records
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St. James' Episcopal Church (Lower Providence Township, Pa.).
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SJ.01
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4 linear feet
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1788-2012
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St. James' Episcopal Church, Collegeville is located in Lower Providence Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It is also referred to as St. James' Church, Perkiomen and St. James', Evansburg. The congregation, still active as of 2012, traces its origins to early worship services conducted in 1700 by the Reverend Evan Evans. The St. James' Episcopal Church records, 1788-2012, include parish registers and vital records, vestry minutes, church financial and administrative records, women's groups records, and materials from "Colonial Christmas" events.
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