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Guide to the Wayland, Francis: Papers on Microfiche
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  • Overview of the Collection
  • Access Terms
  • Administrative Information
  • Scope and Contents

  • Overview of the Collection

    Collection Title: Wayland, Francis: Papers on Microfiche
    Dates: 1820-1865
    Identification: CFT00050
    Physical Description: 0.50
    Repository: David Allan Hubbard Library Archives
    135 N. Oakland Avenue
    Pasadena, CA, 91182-0002
    URL: http://library.fuller.edu/archives/
    Email: archives@fuller.edu
    Phone: (626) 584-5311
    Fax: (626) 584-5613

    Access Terms

    This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

    Corporate Name:

    American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A.
    American Baptists
    Andover Theological Seminary -- History.
    Brown University
    First Baptist Church of Boston

    Occupation:

    American Baptist Convention -- Clergy

    Topical Term:

    Dorr Rebellion

    Administrative Information

    Acquisition Information:

    Purchase

    Scope and Contents

    Francis Wayland was a Baptist clergyman and the pastor of First Baptist Church, Boston from 1821-1826. In 1825 he participated in the founding of Newton Theological Institution (became Andover Newton), for the training of pastors for American Baptist Churches. He was a professor at Union College in the 1826/1827 school year, and the fourth president of Brown University, from1827-1855.
    He was an early advocate of the temperance and anti-slavery causes, for many years was "inspector of the state prison and Providence county jail," president of the Prison Discipline Society, and active in prison reform and local charities. He was one of the "law and order" leaders during the "Dorr Rebellion" of 1842, and was called "the first citizen of Rhode Island." Wayland was a long time vocal advocate for libraries.
    The collection consists of his correspondence from 1820-1865 and the Wayland family autograph collection. The original papers, held at Brown University, are contained in 14 boxes, and are preserved in this edition of 216 microfiche.