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Clergyman

Adolph Roeder, American clergyman. Club: Clergy (New York). President New York Association of the New Church; member Executive Board of Missions.

Background

Roeder, Adolph was born on March 1, 1857 in Baltimore. Son of Charles and Mary (Hempel) Roeder.

Education

Educated Episcopal Academy, Philadelphia, New Church Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, and summer courses, University of Pennsylvania.

Career

Minister New Church (Swedenborgian) since 1878. Pastor of New Church, Essex Avenue, Orange, New Jersey, and secretary of New Church Board of Publn. (New York); secretary New Church Press, Inc.

College secretary Citizens’ Committee of Vineland, New Jersey. President and correspondent secretary Civics Club of the Oranges, New Jersey. President New Jersey State Civic Federation.

Contributor to New Church and philosophical and general mags. Author: Easter Lights, 1892. Cities of the World, 1893.

Handbook of the Science of Correspondence, 1894. Sea Pictures, 1895, new edit., 1909. Light in the Clouds, 1900.

Symbol Psychology; Practical Citizenship, 1909. Symbol Stories, 1910.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor to New Church and philosophical and general mags. Author: Easter Lights, 1892. Cities of the World, 1893.Handbook of the Science of Correspondence, 1894. Sea Pictures, 1895, new edit., 1909. Light in the Clouds, 1900.Symbol Psychology

    • Practical Citizenship, 1909. Symbol Stories, 1910.

Membership

Club: Clergy (New York). President New York Association of the New Church. Member Executive Board of Missions.

Connections

Married Marie Bonschur, of Philadelphia, March 17, 1879.

mother:
Mary (Hempel) Roeder

spouse:
Marie Bonschur