Richardson, Robert Dale. Papers, 1920-1969.


Richardson, Robert Dale. Papers, 1920-1969.

Papers of Unitarian minister Robert Dale Richardson (1901-1969) includingwritings; sermons; letters from Richardson to his parents and other correspondence;subject files on Boston State Hospital, Abraham Lincoln's autobiography, and worshipmaterials; materials related to Richardson's education at Harvard University andMeadville Theological School; and biographical clippings and photographs.

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