Q. Hewlett, The Foundation Stone: Digital Copy

Dear Sir or Madam,

I am a graduate student at the University of Oxford, researching how Washington National Cathedral represents a monument in stone to the Episcopal Church's establishmentarian ambitions in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. I am under the supervision of Fr Robert Tobin, Chaplain of Oriel College.

I require a book that is not available in the UK -- R.G. Hewlett, The Foundation Stone: Henry Yates Satterlee and the creation of Washington National Cathedral. Specifically Chapter 5.

I have seen on WorldCat that you have a copy of this book and I was wondering whether it would be possible to make chapter 5 available as a digital file? I would of course be willing to pay a fee if required.

Many thanks for any help that you can offer. I look forward to hearing back form you.

Very best wishes,

Sam V. Aldred
MPhil Student in Theology - Keble College, University of Oxford

Answer

Foundation stone is available and is small enough to be scanned easily.  Chapter 5 is The Private Record, basically an account of Bishop Satterlee's efforts, in his own words, to create Washington National Cathedral, and is 70 pages long.  We can send you a sample scan of two pages side by side and see if that will work for you.

Joan Blocher, Theology Reference Librarian

  • Last Updated Jul 26, 2016
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