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A recommendation from the convention of the Congregational ministers, at Boston, May 26, 1790 [That only properly qualified members of regular associations be asked to discharge the ministerial office.] Simeon Howard, moderator of the Convention

An ode, sung at the lecture of the Congregational Charitable Society, in Boston, on the 12th of February, 1795. by Mr. Rea. [4 verses] [Boston 1795].

Order of exercises at the dedication of the new meeting-house of the Congregational society in Salisbury and Amesbury, Thursday, 17th May, 1827. Newburyport. W. & J. Gilman, printers, 9, State-Street [1827].

Order of services, at the dedication of the New Stone Congregational Church in Quincy, November 12, 1828.

Order of services at the ordination of Mr. Joseph Osgood, as pastor of the First Congregational church and society, in Cohasset, Wednesday, October 26, 1842.

Brooklyn New York Congregational Church to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, May 14, 1861 (Printed Resolution [or Petition])

My dear Sir: In order to complete the Congregational church in this city thirty thousand dollars will be required ... O. O. Howard. Chairman building com. Washington, D. C. June 10, 1867.

Installation! First Congregational Church, Cornwall, Conn., Thursday, June 27, 1872.

At farewell social of Congregational Church at Hyde Park, Mass., January 22, 1885 upon the departure of the pastor, Rev. P. W. Davis for Palestine. by Gen'l H. B. Carrington. [Poem] [Hyde Park, Mass. 1885].

Oriel O seinidogion cynulleidfaol cymreig, America. (Welsh Congregational Ministers of America.) 1887

Central Congregational Church, Chelmsford, Mass.

First Congregational Church, Detroit

[1st [First] Congregational Church, Detroit, Mich.]

[Reverend Henry Hugh Proctor, pastor of the First Congregational Church, Atlanta, Georgia; head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

[Reverend Henry Hugh Proctor, pastor of the First Congregational Church, Atlanta, Georgia; head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

[Members of the First Congregational Church, Atlanta, Georgia, posed outside the brick church]

First Congregational Church, Detroit, Mich.

[Center Congregational Church, the Green, New Haven, Conn.]

Congregational church, Williamstown, Mass.

[Center Congregational Church on the Green, New Haven, Conn.]

[Court House & Congregational Church, Plymouth, N.H.]

Central Congregational Church, Boston, Mass.

Old Congregational Church, Lenox, Mass.

Central Congregational Church, Providence, R.I.

[Central Congregational Church, Hartford, Conn. also known as the First Church of Christ, Hartford, Conn.]

First Congregational, 10 & G, [Washington, D.C.]

Delegates to Congregational Convention, [10/23/25]

President and Mrs. Coolidge leaving First Congregational Church

Leon Chatelain Jr., architect. Stairs down and up from ground in Congregational Church on Massachusettes Ave.

Leon Chatelain Jr., architect. Interior to balcony in Congregational Church on Massachusettes Ave.

Leon Chatelain Jr., architect. Basement of Congregational Church on Massachusettes Ave.

Leon Chatelain Jr., architect. Congregational Church on Massachusettes Ave. in daytime

Leon Chatelain Jr., architect. Congregational Church on Massachusettes Ave. at night I

Leon Chatelain Jr., architect. Congregational Church on Massachusettes Ave. at night II

Leon Chatelain Jr., architect. Interior to pulpit in Congregational Church on Massachusettes Ave.

[Spire, Congregational Church, Chatham, Cape Cod, Massachusetts]

136 Meeting St., Parish House, Congregational Church, Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina

Southington, Connecticut. The First Congregational church, oldest of the town's eleven churches looks substantially the same as when it was erected in 1830

Southington, Connecticut. The First Congregational Church, oldest of the town's eleven churches looks substantially the same as when it was erected in 1830

Southington, Connecticut. The First Congregational Church, oldest of the town's eleven churches, looks substantially the same as when it was erected in 1830

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. One-room rural schoolhouse where the Congregational church services are held every Sunday. This is the only meeting place for this isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Ashland, Aroostook County, Maine. The Congregational minister offering prayer for the war dead at the Memorial Day ceremonies

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Delhi, New York. Congregational church on the upper reaches of the Delaware River

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Youngest members of congregation trying to keep warm while eating cold refreshments served in the social period after a Congregational church service in a one-room school house

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Younger members of the congregation eat cookies, flavorade and homemade wild strawberry ice cream, refreshments served in the social period following a Congregational church service held in a one-room rural school house

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Farm woman dishing out homemade wild strawberry ice cream, one of the refreshments served in the social period after Congregational church service in a one-room schoolhouse

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Congregational church on the upper reaches of the Delaware River in New York state

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

Buffalo Hill, Aroostook County, Maine. Congregational choir services held in one-room schoolhouse in isolated rural community

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's), May 1951. [People on patio]

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's), May 1951. [People on patio]

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's) May 1951. (From ground, no clouds)

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's), May 1951. [People on patio]

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's) May 1951. With flag from service station

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's) May 1951. Less of bldg., clouds

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's), May 1951. [People on patio]

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's), May 1951. [People on patio]

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's), May 1951. Total bldg.

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's), May 1951. The Belfrey tower - looking up through the archway

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's), May 1951. [People on patio]

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's), May 1951. [People on patio]

First Congregational Church in Glendale (Central & Wilson Ave's) May 1951. Upright

First Congregational Church of Christ, Washington, D.C., marked 165 years of service in 2008

Buddist Congregational Church, 5400 block of 16th St., NW, Washington, D.C.

Buddhist Congregational Church, 5400 block of 16th St., NW, Washington, D.C.

East Granby Congregational Church in East Granby, Connecticut

First Congregational Church, Litchfield, Connecticut

First Congregational Church of Old Lyme, Connecticut

West Suffield Congregational Church in West Suffield, Connecticut

Avon Congregational Church, Avon, Connecticut

[East Granby Congregational Church in East Granby, Connecticut]

First Congregational Church of Old Lyme, Connecticut

East Granby Congregational Church in East Granby, Connecticut

Avon Congregational Church, Avon, Connecticut

West Suffield Congregational Church in West Suffield, Connecticut

Cemetery located at Avon Congregational Church, Avon, Connecticut

Park Congregational Church Norwich, Connecticut

The Church of Christ Congregational, Goshen, Connecticut

Second Congregational Church, Winsted, Connecticut

Avon Congregational Church, Avon, Connecticut

First Congregational Church, Litchfield, Connecticut

First Congregational Church, Litchfield, Connecticut

First Congregational Church, Litchfield, Connecticut