Billinsky, John Milton. Papers, 1923-1983


Billinsky, John Milton. Papers, 1923-1983


Papers of John Milton Billinsky, an important figure in the clinical pastoral education movement. The papers include writings, correspondence, biographical and personal information and the papers of Anton T. Boisen. They span 1923-1983.

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