Papers, 1880-1990.


Papers, 1880-1990.

Papers of Unitarian educator, editor, author, and minister Sophia Blanche Lyon Fahs(1876-1978) including correspondence between Fahs and her colleagues and family members;biographical and personal material; subject files used in her writing; published and unpublishedmaterials by Fahs, and photographs and other audiovisual material. The papers cover 1880-1990.

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