About the Exhibit
Copyright, 2016. The Archives of the Episcopal Church, Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.
Unless otherwise noted, text, images, video and sound displayed in this exhibit are owned by The Archives of the Episcopal Church. Permission is granted to individuals and not-for-profit entities to use or link to this electronic publication for educational purposes only. The copyright holder reserves all other rights to the use and reproduction in all formats and media of text, images, audio, and video data. For permission to reproduce write to: Rights and Permissions Office, The Archives of the Episcopal Church, P.O. Box 2247, Austin, Texas 78768.
General Citation Information for this Exhibit
Author: The Archives of the Episcopal Church
Title: Venture in Ministry: John Maury Allin, XIII Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, 1974-1985
Publisher: The Archives of the Episcopal Church
Publication date: 2016
Main url: www.episcopalarchives.org/jma-presiding-bishop
Mark J. Duffy, Canonical Archivist and Director
Whitney Hughes, Digital Archivist
Keely Drummond, Exhibit Curator
Amy FitzGerald, Research Assistant
Drew Schmitz and Delia Gray, Technical Assistants
Thank you to all staff of The Archives for their curatorial support.
Special thanks to those who contributed materials or support to this exhibit:
The Allin Family
The Archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi
The Sisters of the Community of the Transfiguration
The Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas
Jessie Ball duPont Library, The University of the South
The exhibit was created using the Omeka open-source content management platform. All photo images are included as JPEG files at 72 dpi screen resolution. Where possible, documents and images that include text are presented in PDF format to allow viewers the ability to examine these items more closely. Audio and video files are edited excerpts of larger works that were digitized, edited and exported as mp3 and mp4 files that may be played within the site using embedded media players.