Constance E. Cumbey papers 1920-2004 1980-1999

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Constance E. Cumbey papers, 1920-2004, 1980-1999

Constance E. Cumbey papers 1920-2004 1980-1999

Attorney, student and investigator of different cults and cult activities, primarily forcusing on the New Age Movement; published writings, collected topical files; cassette sound recordings, and videotapes.

87 linear feet

eng,

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Constance Elizabeth Cumbey, nee Butler, was born 29 February 1944 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Cumbey was raised as a Seventh Day Adventist and as an adult converted to the Baptist faith. She completed her pre-law studies at Michigan State University and Wayne State University. In 1975 she received her juris doctor degree from Detroit College of Law. Constance Cumbey's professional activities include working as a legislative analyst for William A. Ryan, speaker of the Michigan House of R...