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Walter Herbert Stowe


Anglo-Catholicism: What It Is Not and What It Is.
London: Church Literature Association, 1932.

The Life and Letters of Bishop William White, together with the Services and Addresses Commemorating the One Hundred Fiftieth Anniversary of His Consecration to the Episcopate.
New York and Milwaukee: Morehouse, 1937.

The Missionary Frontier of the Future: The Foreign White Stock in America.
New York: Protestant Episcopal Church, 1939.

The Essence of Anglo-Catholicism.
New York: Morehouse-Gorham, 1942.

The Episcopal Church: A Miniature History.
Philadelphia: The Church Historical Society, 1944.

An Encouraging Decade for the Episcopal Church, 1930-1940. [PDF]
Philadelphia: The Church Historical Society, 1944.

Epitome of the History of the Holy Catholic Church.
Philadelphia: The Church Historical Society, 1946.

Why Does the Episcopal Church Need Scholars?
Philadelphia: Church Historical Society, 1950.

The Clergy of the Episcopal Church in 1785.
Philadelphia: Church Historical Society, 1951. [External link]

Growth of the Churches in America: 1926-1950.
Philadelphia: Church Historical Society, 1953.

More Lay Readers than Clergy! A Study of the Office of Lay Reader in the History of the Church.
Philadelphia: Church Historical Society, 1954.

The Christian Knowledge Society and the Revival of the Episcopal Church in New Jersey.
Church Historical Society, 1960.

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