Bryan Springthorpe research materials on Reverend Paul Hoornstra
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Bryan Springthorpe research materials on Reverend Paul Hoornstra

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Georgia Historical Society
Creator: Springthorpe, Bryan.
Title: Bryan Springthorpe research materials on Reverend Paul Hoornstra
Dates: circa 1930 - circa 1990
Extent: 1.0 cubic feet (1 box)
Identification: MS 2263

Biographical/Historical Note

Born in Michigan in 1920, Paul Hoornstra moved to Savannah, Georgia in 1975 with his wife and three children to establish an Episcopal church on Wilmington Island (St. Francis of the Islands). Almost a decade later, he accepted an offer to revitalize All Saints Episcopal Church on Tybee Island, Georgia. After leading the Tybee Island congregation until 1990, he received an offer from the bishop to organize a congregation on Skidaway Island (St. Peter's Episcopal Church). He served the church on Skidaway until his death in 2003.

Bryan Springthorpe lives in the Savannah, Georgia area and authored a book entitled, "Crossing the Bridge: the Life and Works of the Reverend Paul Hoornstra" (2007).


Scope and Content Note

This collection contains notes, clippings, letters, photographs, sermons, leaflets, and other materials used by Bryan Springhorpe in writing the book, Crossing the Bridge: the Life and Works of the Reverend Paul Hoornstra (2007). Research materials date from the 1930s to 1990s.


Index Terms

Clippings (information artifacts)
Episcopal Church.
Hoornstra, Paul, 1920-2003.
Leaflets (printed works)
Letters (correspondence)
Photographs.

Administrative Information

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.


Sponsorship

Encoding funded by a 2008 Archives-Basic Projects grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.