American Unitarian Association Presidential Papers, 1920-1927.


American Unitarian Association Presidential Papers, 1920-1927.

Papers relating to Unitarian minister Samuel Atkins Eliot's tenure as president of theAmerican Unitarian Association.

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Bard, Rev. Howard B. (person)

Smith, Frederick W. (Frederick Watson), 1941- (person)

Pease, Rev. Charles (person)

Peabody, Francis Greenwood, 1847-1936 (person)

Francis Greenwood Peabody (1847-1936) graduated from Harvard College in 1869 and Harvard Divinity School in 1872. Ordained in 1874, Peabody served the First Parish (Unitarian) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, until 1879. Peabody then joined the faculty of Harvard Divinity School teaching theological students Christian ethics, specializing in pioneer applications of religion to social problems. He was the Parkman Professor of Theology from 1881 to 1885 and then the Plummer Professor of Christian Mora...

Bygrave, Rev. Hillary (person)

Vrooman, Rev. W. A. (person)

Walker, Kenneth C. (person)

Simons, Rev. Minot (person)

Miller, Rev. Morgan. (person)

Buckner, Rev. Arthur (person)

Weatherly, Rev. A. L. (person)

Parsons, Hubert C. (person)

Niles, Rev. C. F. (person)

Thompson, Rev. Alexander (person)

McDowell, Hon. Malcolm (person)

Douthit, Rev. Robert C. (person)

Kennell, Frank R. (person)

Powell, Rev. Frank A., Helena, Mont. (person)

Robinson, Elmo Arnold, 1887- (person)

Universalist minister and educator. B.S., M.I.T., 1909; B.D. St. Lawrence, 1912. After serving several Universalist and Unitarian churches, Robinson joined the faculty of San Jose College in 1928 and became professor and head of the department of philosophy. From the description of Papers, 1910-1972 (Harvard University, Divinity School Library). WorldCat record id: 269368807 Elmo Arnold Robinson ( 1887-1972 ) was born in Portland, Maine, and graduated from the Massachusetts ...

Mason, L. Walter (person)

Carpenter, Rev. J. (person)

MacKay, Rev. George (person)

Lappala, Revs. Risto (person)

Robinson, Rev. John L. (person)

Western Unitarian Conference (corporateBody)

Williams, Reese (person)

Peebles, Rev. Stephen (person)

McKinney, Rev. W. L. (person)

Maxwell, Samuel Robert (person)

Reid, Rev. Gilbert. (person)

Wing, Rev. Charles A. (person)

Summerbell, Rev. Carlyle (person)

Lowell, A. Lawrence (Abbott Lawrence), 1856-1943 (person)

Nicola Sacco (1891-1927) and Bartolomeo Vanzetti (1888-1927) were Italian immigrants who were tried and executed for robbery and murder of payroll guards Frederick Albert Parmenter and Alessandro Berardelli. The case of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Sacco and Vanzetti quickly became one of America's most complicated and notorious political trials. They were found guilty on July 14, 1921, but the legal struggle to save them extended until 1927. By April 9, 1927, all appeals in the Massachu...

Kirkpatrick, Rev. D. M. (person)

Evans, J. Morris (person)

Palmer, Arthur L. (person)

Smith, Henry G. (Henry George), 1852-1924 (person)

Chemist. Smith was employed at the Technological Museum (later the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences), Sydney, from 1884 to 1922. He did pioneering research into essential oils and other properties of Australian flora, particularly eucalypts and native pines. From the description of Papers. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225816829 ...

Burkhart, Rev. J. Franklin (person)

Gardner, Percy, 1846-1937 (person)

Percy Gardner (1846-1937) was Lincoln Professor of Classical Archaeology at Oxford between 1887 and 1925. See the Dictionary of National Biography for details. From the guide to the Papers of Percy Gardner, 1887-1925, (University of Oxford, Sackler Library) ...

Hodgins, Rev. James C. (person)

Orr, Rev. Hugh R. (person)

Gauld, Rev. Frederic J. (person)

Norman, Rev. Amandus (person)

Fisher, Oliver M. (person)

Smith, Walter A. (Walter Archibald), 1874-1947 (person)

Eisenlona, Rev. Hugo (person)

Seaton, Rev. Joseph M. (person)

Wendte, Charles W. (Charles William), 1844-1931 (person)

Charles William Wendte (1844-1931) graduated from Meadville Theological School in 1867 and Harvard Divinity School in 1869. Ordained to the Unitarian ministry, he served parishes in Chicago, Illinois; Cincinnati, Ohio; Boston, Massachusetts; Newport, Rhode Island; and Los Angeles and Oakland, California. From 1900 to 1920, he served as the general secretary of the International Council of Liberal Religious Thinkers and Workers. He also served as the secretary of the Foreign Relations Department ...

Mead, Edwin D. (Edwin Doak), 1849-1937 (person)

Boston lecturer and writer on social and historical topics; Editor of the New England Magazine (1889-1901). From the description of Edwin Doak Mead letter to Mrs. Leland and Christmas card [manuscript], 1911 Dec 19 and n.d. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 299067309 Epithet: of Boston, Mass., USA; founder of the World Peace Federation British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000220.0x0002fa ...

Jones, Ronald P. (person)

Weil, Rev. Frederick A. (person)

Garvin, M. T. (person)

Mott, Rev. Herbert H. (person)

Patton, Cornelius H. (person)

Burke, Edgar Maxwell (person)

Kelley, Chaplain Thomas R. (person)

Barrow, Rev. R. Shaw (person)

Kenrick, W. Byng (person)

Mann, Rev. Newton (person)

Brockway, Rev. T. Clinton (person)

Mitchell, Rev. H. Sumner (person)

Young People's Religious Union (corporateBody)

Bassett, Norman L. (person)

Whitesmith, Rev. Ernest M. (person)

Lowe, Rev. John S. (person)

Perkins, Rev. Palfrey (person)

Duerr, Rev. Otto E. (person)

Guild, Courtenay (person)

Marzolf, Rev. W. A. (person)

Clark, William E., 1934- (person)

Bulkeley, Rev. Benjamin (person)

Thompson, George L., 1875- (person)

Pacific Coast Conference of Unitarian Churches (corporateBody)

Fairley, James A. (person)

Foote, Henry Wilder, 1838-1889 (person)

Neilson, Pres. W. A. (person)

Palmer, Rev. Raymond H. (person)

Emrich, Rev. F. E. (person)

Malick, John (person)

Perry, Rev. C. M. (person)

Hunt, Rev. Walter R. (person)

Horner, Rev. T. J. (person)

Lockwood, Rev. W. P. (person)

Taylor, Rev. W. M. (person)

Peardon, J. H. (person)

Hersey, Dr. Milton L. (person)

Moore, Rev. Addison (person)

Isaac, Rev. Gwlyn (person)

Sargent, Rev. Arthur H. (person)

Proctor Academy (corporateBody)

MacFarland, Rev. Charles F. (person)

Strong, Charles H. (Charles Howard), 1865- (person)

Beckh, Gustav Francis, 1886- (person)

Key, Rev. William S. (person)

Robinson, Rev. L. R. (person)

Perkins, John Carroll, 1862-1950 (person)

Clergyman, of Portland, Me. From the description of John Carroll Perkins scrapbook of photographs, 1946. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 71057717 ...

McGriffert, Prof. Arthur Cushman (person)

Cressey, Rev. George C. (person)

St. John, Rev. C. A. (person)

Page, Richard M. (person)

Robertson, Forbes, 1915- (person)

Dutcher, Rev. Frank J. (person)

Howard, H. M. (person)

Forbes, Rev. Elmer S. (person)

Unitarian Laymen's League (corporateBody)

Delano, Frederick A. (person)

Holloway, Rev. W. Rupert (person)

Wicks, Rev. Frank S. C. (person)

Westenholz, Miss Mary B. (person)

Dieffenbach, Rev. Albert (person)

Bartholomew, Rev. A. R. (person)

Rathbone, Rev. Hugh R. (person)

Kurrika, Matti (person)

Page, Rev. Houghton (person)

Brown, Howard N. (Howard Nicholson), 1849-1932 (person)

Doremus, Rev. Robert (person)

Peck, Rev. William W. (person)

Turrell, Rev. Thomas (person)

Krolfifer, Rev. Julius F. (person)

Pacific Coast Unitarian Trip (corporateBody)

Day, Rev. Edward (person)

Reifsnider, Rev. Edson (person)

Coleman, Rev. Albert T. (person)

McCollester, Rev. H. N. (person)

Selleck, Willard Chamberlain, 1856-1941 (person)

Pickett, Rev. Harold Lionel (person)

Parker, George L. (person)

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Robinson, Mrs. J. Lee. (person)

Wright, J. Edward, Rev. (person)

Dabney, Rev. Vaughn (person)

Raymond, Leonard J. (person)

Springer, Nelson J. (person)

Williams, Henry M. (person)

Douthit, Jasper L. (Jasper Lewis), 1834-1927 (person)

Religious education association (corporateBody)

The Religious Education Association was founded in 1902 by the Council of Seventy, a core group of biblical scholars and teachers in the American Institute of Sacred Literature. The goal of the R.E.A. was to promote religious and moral education. The R.E.A. has produced many publications and has sponsored conventions and round tables on religion and higher education, as well as a major program of research on religious development. The R.E.A. was responsible for forming the National Council on Re...

Barton, Prof. George (person)

Headle, Rev. E. C. (person)

Davis, George C. (George Cundall) (person)

Bowden, Rev. Ernest J. (person)

Hunt, Rev. Frank S. (person)

MacDonald, Rev. Howard A. (person)

Brown, Rev. William Channing (person)

Wilson Memorial Foundation (corporateBody)

Wood, William A. (William Allan), 1922- (person)

Gilman, Rev. Bradley (person)

Allen, Prof. Joseph (person)

Padgham, Elizabeth (person)

Palmer, Rev. Edwin C. (person)

Wright, George C. (person)

Mitchell, Rev. John C. (person)

Buck, Rev. Florence (person)

Gray, Rev. Clifton (person)

Pennington, Rev. Julian R. (person)

Scott, Rev. Alva B. (person)

Gordon, Rev. Eleanor (person)

Johnson, R. E. (person)

Phalen, Frank Lowe, 1859-1926 (person)

Manchester, Rev. Alfred (person)

Sills, Kenneth C. M. (Kenneth Charles Morton), 1879-1954 (person)

Canadian Unitarian Association (corporateBody)

Winn, Rev. Arthur H. (person)

Bennett, Rev. Frederick, Lawrence (person)

General Conference on Canadian Churches (corporateBody)

Kent, Rev. George (person)

Davis, Earl C. (person)

Hills, Rev. B. A. (person)

Minnesota Unitarian Conference (corporateBody)

Robin, Rev. Sidney S. (person)

Eliot, William G. (William Greenleaf), 1866-1956 (person)

William Greenleaf Eliot, Jr. served as minister of the First Unitarian Church in Portland, Oregon from 1906 until his retirement in 1934. His father, Thomas Lamb Eliot, held the same post from 1867 to 1893. Prior to his tenure in Portland, W.G. Eliot, Jr. held ministerial appointments in Seattle, San Francisco, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. From the description of Papers, 1861-1928. (Oregon Historical Society Research Library). WorldCat record id: 35797766 From the description o...

Florida State Convention (corporateBody)

Slaten, Rev. A. (person)

Dole, Charles F. (person)

Vail, Rev. A. R. (person)

Bogt, Rev. Von Odgen (person)

Morgan, Arthur E. (Arthur Ernest), 1878-1975 (person)

Arthur Ernest Morgan (1878-1975) is best known for being the first chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority engineering projects from 1933-1938. Morgan also led the Miami (Ohio) Conservancy District in a reconstruction program after the disastrous flood of 1913. He went on to become the President of Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, serving from 1920-1936 while still working actively on engineering projects around the country (including Florida). From the description of Arth...

Schmidt, Charles Wayne. (person)

Redfern, Lawrence (person)