Walker, James, 1794-1874. Correspondence, 1815-1859.


Walker, James, 1794-1874. Correspondence, 1815-1859.


Letters received by Harvard University president and American UnitarianAssociation founder James Walker (1794-1874) in connection with his work for theAmerican Unitarian Association and the ,1815-1859. Christian Examiner

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