John Haynes Holmes Papers 1899-1983 (bulk 1935-1964)

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John Haynes Holmes Papers, 1899-1983, (bulk 1935-1964)

John Haynes Holmes Papers 1899-1983 (bulk 1935-1964)

Unitarian clergyman and author. Correspondence, writings, printed matter, and other papers reflecting Holmes's public career and social reform movements that he supported.

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