Papers, 1711-1873.


Papers, 1711-1873.

Papers, 1711-1873.

Papers of Universalist and Unitarian minister Edward Turner (1776-1853) includingsermons, 1813-1843; essays; biographical sketches; correspondence, 1803-1848, including lettersfrom leading Universalists and Unitarians such as Adin Ballou, Thomas Whittemore, HoseaBallou, Paul Dean, and Samuel Joseph May. There is also Turner family correspondence,biographical material, and photographs.

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