Papers, 1857-1962.


Papers, 1857-1962.

Papers of poet, author and dentist Henry Nehemiah Dodge (1843-1937)including correspondence, 1857-1962; journal, 1864-1865; manuscripts of Dodge'spoetical works, including several versions of manuscript ofand letters relating to an unpublished anthology compiled by Dodge, and scrapbooks, 1890-1937. Christus Victor; The LargerHope in History and Song;



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Congregational clergyman, author, and lecturer. From the description of Washington Gladden papers, 1884-1894. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 145435826 From the guide to the Washington Gladden papers, 1884-1894, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) American Congregational minister and social reformer, as well as the author of many books and hymns. From the description of Washington Gladden letters to Riverside Press [manuscript], 1899 Oct 2 and 7. (Universi...

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Adler, Felix, 1851-1933. (person)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED Felix Adler (Columbia A.B., 1870), religious leader and educator, taught courses in social and political ethics at Columbia between 1902 and 1933. From the guide to the Felix Adler Papers, 1830-1933., (Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ) Felix Adler (Columbia A.B., 1870), religious leader and educator, taught courses in social and political ethics at Columbia between 1902 and 1933. From the description of Felix Adler papers, ...

Booth, Maud Ballington, 1865-1948 (person)

Maud Ballington Booth was the founder of the PTA, and helped her husband with the Volunteers of America. From the description of Maud B. Booth letter to Joseph Jackson, and autograph signatures, 1915-1920. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 47735023 Maud Ballington Booth was a pioneer social worker. She and her husband, Ballington Booth, headed the Salvation Army in the United States from 1887-1896. They later founded a similar organization, Volun...

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Storey, Moorfield, 1845-1929 (person)

Author, civil rights leader, and lawyer. From the description of Papers of Moorfield Storey, 1876-1929. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79899439 American lawyer, author, publicist. From the description of Letter to H.O. Houghton & Company, 1882 July 8. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 53807486 Moorfield Storey received his A.B. from Harvard in 1866. From the description of Composition : [for English?] , c. 1865. (Harvard Unive...

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