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Letter to Henry Read from Charles Kelly and Charles Gammage
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Description
This item is a letter dated December 24th, 1884 addressed to Henry Read from Charles Kelly and Charles Gammage. The letter indicates that the Teachers and Friends of the Sabbath School were presenting Mr. Read with a bible in appreciation of his work as superintendent.
Inscriptions
Cathcart Dec. 24th 1884

To Mr. H. Read

Dear Bro. in Christ
We the undersigned in behalf
of the teacher and Friends
of the Sabbath School wish
you to accept this Bible as a
small token of their [esteem]
and appreciation for so ably
filling the Office of Superinten-
dent for the past twelve years,
and pray that the "Giver of all
Good" may long [spare] you
[to] read it and that you
may enjoy health and
strength to work in the school
in the future as you have
in the past.

Chas. Kelly
Chas. Gammage
Date of Publication
1884
Dimensions
Width: 5 in
Height: 8 in
Subject(s)
Local identifier
2003.008.003
Collection
Mildred Brooks Collection
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.1011536100133 Longitude: -80.5278324658203
Donor
Donated by Mildred Brooks
Recommended Citation
Letter to Henry Read from Charles Kelly and Charles Gammage, 1884. Burford Township Historical Society, Item No. 2003.008.003.
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Burford Township Historical Society
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141 Harley Road, Harley, ON N0E 1E0

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Letter to Henry Read from Charles Kelly and Charles Gammage


This item is a letter dated December 24th, 1884 addressed to Henry Read from Charles Kelly and Charles Gammage. The letter indicates that the Teachers and Friends of the Sabbath School were presenting Mr. Read with a bible in appreciation of his work as superintendent.