Robert C. Kimball. Papers, 1959-1988.

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Robert C. Kimball. Papers, 1959-1988.

Robert C. Kimball. Papers, 1959-1988.

The collection consists of materials from Robert C. Kimball's tenure as literary executor of Paul Tillich's literary estate from 1959 to 1987. The materials include personal and professional correspondence, and several published and unpublished manuscripts by Paul Tillich's wife, Hannah Tillich.

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