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Chauncey Booth papers

Call Number: RG 281
Scope and Contents

The Chauncey Booth Papers, 1808-1844, are primarily the sermons of Booth's entire pastoral career in South Coventry, Connecticut. The sermons are arranged chronologically; undated sermons are arranged according to Biblical text. There is an index to the sermons.

In addition, there is a small number of items that document Booth's academic work. Included in this material are lecture notes and brief compositions. There is no itemization of the compositions, most of which are fragments which cannot be identified by title.

Conditions Governing Access

The materials are open for research.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Transferred from Andover Newton Theological School, 2017. Donated to Andover Newton Theological School by Booth and Dimock Library, South Coventry, Connecticut in 1953.


The collection is organized in two series:

Series I. Sermons

Series II. Lecture Notes and Compositions

1808 - 1844
5 Linear Feet (12 boxes)
Related Names
Booth, Chauncey, 1783-1851
Language of Materials