Universalist Church of America. General Superintendent, Cummins, Robert, 1897-1982. Records, 1939-1969.

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Universalist Church of America. General Superintendent, Cummins, Robert, 1897-1982. Records, 1939-1969.

Universalist Church of America. General Superintendent, Cummins, Robert, 1897-1982. Records, 1939-1969.

Records of Universalist minister, Robert Cummins as related to his tenure as the Universalist Church of America's General Superintendent, including correspondence, writings, and material on past General Superintendents. The papers span 1939-1969.

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