Gilkey, Charles Whitney. Papers 1923-1941


Gilkey, Charles Whitney. Papers 1923-1941

The Charles Whitney Gilkey papers contain correspondence primarily concerning the University Chapel, and the Committee on the Presidency of the University (1928-1929). The collection also contains the minutes of the Commission for the Study of Moral and Religious Influence and Agencies in Higher Education, as well as several published articles by Gilkey.



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