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CARRINGTON, PHILIP, B. 1892.
Philip Carrington collection

Emory University

Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Atlanta, GA 30322

404-727-6887

rose.library@emory.edu

Permanent link: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/8z3m0


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Carrington, Philip, b. 1892.
Title: Philip Carrington collection
Call Number:Manuscript Collection No. 735
Extent: .5 linear ft. (1 box)
Abstract:Collection concerning Philip Carrington, Archbishop of Quebec and Metropolitan of the Province of Canada.
Language:Materials entirely in English.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

Unrestricted access.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.

Source

Gift, 1992.

Citation

[after identification of item(s)], Philip Carrington collection, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.

Processing

Processed by Barb Mann, 1992


Collection Description

Biographical Note

Philip Carrington was born July 6, 1892 in Lichfield, England, the son of The Very Reverend Charles Walter Carrington. Carrington was educated at Christ's College, New Zealand; Canterbury University College, New Zealand; and Selwyn College, Cambridge (Honorary Fellow, 1958)

He served as Rector of Lincoln, New Zealand (1922); Warden of St. Barnabas Theological College, South Australia (1924-1927); Speaker at Melbourne Church Congress (1925); Dean of Divinity Bishop's University, Quebec (1927); Bishop of Quebec (1935-1944); Archbishop of Quebec and Metropolitan of the Province of Canada (1944-1960).

Carrington was also the author of fourteen publications: The Boy Scouts Camp Book (1918), Christian Apologetics in the Second Century (1921), Scoutcraft in the Church (1921), The Soldier of the Cross (1925), The Sign of Faith (1930), The Meaning of the Revelation (1931), The Road to Jerusalem (1933), The Pilgrim's Way (1937), The Primitive Christian Catechism (1941), A Church History for Canadians (1947), The Story of Christ (1957), The Early Christian Church (1957), According to Mark (1960), The Anglican in Church in Canada (1963).

Philip Carrington married Gwendolen Smith in 1919. They had no children. Carrington died 3 October 1975.Biographical source: Who Was Who, 1971-1980.

Philip Carrington was born July 6, 1892 in Lichfield, England, the son of The Very Reverend Charles Walter Carrington. Carrington was educated at Christ's College, New Zealand; Canterbury University College, New Zealand; and Selwyn College, Cambridge (Honorary Fellow, 1958)

He served as Rector of Lincoln, New Zealand (1922); Warden of St. Barnabas Theological College, South Australia (1924-1927); Speaker at Melbourne Church Congress (1925); Dean of Divinity Bishop's University, Quebec (1927); Bishop of Quebec (1935-1944); Archbishop of Quebec and Metropolitan of the Province of Canada (1944-1960).

Carrington was also the author of fourteen publications: The Boy Scouts Camp Book (1918), Christian Apologetics in the Second Century (1921), Scoutcraft in the Church (1921), The Soldier of the Cross (1925), The Sign of Faith (1930), The Meaning of the Revelation (1931), The Road to Jerusalem (1933), The Pilgrim's Way (1937), The Primitive Christian Catechism (1941), A Church History for Canadians (1947), The Story of Christ (1957), The Early Christian Church (1957), According to Mark (1960), The Anglican in Church in Canada (1963).

Philip Carrington married Gwendolen Smith in 1919. They had no children. Carrington died 3 October 1975.Biographical source: Who Was Who, 1971-1980.

Scope and Content Note

The Philip Carrington collection consists mainly of a corrected typescript of an apparently unpublished work entitled "We Are Also Men: An Old-Fashioned Historical Novel in the Vulgar Tongue". This typescript, divided into twelve subtitled chapters, is undated. Also included in this collection is a two page holograph letter written by Albert F. Lutely, Cambridge, to Philip Carrington, dated 23 March without a year designation.

Arrangement Note

Primarily arranged by chapter.


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Container List

"We Are Also Men: An Old-Fashioned Historical Novel in the Vulgar Tongue”
Box Folder Content
1 1 Title Page, Other Works, Dedication, Invocation, Table of Contents
1 2 Chapter 1: "Troy the Great" (pages 1-34)
1 3 Chapter 2: "The Least of the Apostles" (pages 35-61)
1 4 Chapter 3: "The Prophets of the Sun" (pages 62-90)
1 5 Chapter 4: "How Rome Ruled the World" (pages 91-118)
1 6 Chapter 5: "The Saints of the Most High" (pages 119-148)
1 7 Chapter 6: "Among the Philosophers" (pages 149-178)
1 8 Chapter 7: "The City of Venus" (pages 179-210)
1 9 Chapter 8: "Finance and Fishing" (pages 211-240)
1 10 Chapter 9: "Mystery and Magic" (pages 241-275)
1 11 Chapter 10: "The Valley of the Shadow" (pages 276-308)
1 12 Chapter 11: "The Holy City" (pages 309-346)
1 13 Chapter 12: "1 Appeal to Caesar" (pages 347-384)
Correspondence
1 14 Albert F. Lutely to Philip Carrington, Cambridge, 23 March [?], ALS, 2 pg.
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