Rice, William Brooks, 1905-1970. Papers, 1927-1970.

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Rice, William Brooks, 1905-1970. Papers, 1927-1970.

Rice, William Brooks, 1905-1970. Papers, 1927-1970.

Papers of Unitarian minister William Brooks Rice (1905-1970) including sermons, addresses, general correspondence, special correspondence relating to the Charles Street Jail, Boston, wedding services, funeral services, prayers, and biographical material.

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