Papers, 1930-1968.


Papers, 1930-1968.

Papers of Baptist minister and dean of Harvard Divinity School SamuelHoward Miller (1900-1968) including sermons, lectures, writings, correspondence,subject files, materials related to Harvard Divinity School, and artwork.

14 boxes


SNAC Resource ID: 6382749

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