Boynton, Richard Wilson. Papers, 1893-1951.


Boynton, Richard Wilson. Papers, 1893-1951.

Boynton, Richard Wilson. Papers, 1893-1951.

Papers of Unitarian minister and University of Buffalo philosophy professor Richard Wilson Boynton (1870-1961) including sermons; personal journals and diaries; personal papers; lecture notes; and draft manuscripts, including multiple draft versions of Beyond Mythology: A Challenge to Dogmatism in Religion.

19 boxes (6.65 cubic feet)

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