Bowen, Clayton Raymond, 1877-1934. Papers, 1889-1994.

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Bowen, Clayton Raymond, 1877-1934. Papers, 1889-1994.

Bowen, Clayton Raymond, 1877-1934. Papers, 1889-1994.

Papers of Unitarian minister and Meadville Theological School professor ClaytonRaymond Bowen (1977-1934) including letters to Bowen; writings by Bowen; diaries; daybooks;and biographical materials.

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