Jones, Jenkin Lloyd. Papers 1861-1932

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Jones, Jenkin Lloyd. Papers, 1861-1932

Jones, Jenkin Lloyd. Papers 1861-1932

Jenkin Lloyd Jones, minister, social reformer. The Jenkin Lloyd Jonespapers contain correspondence, diaries, lecture notes, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, andphotographs. Papers relate to All Souls Church and the Abraham Lincoln Centre. Other topics includethe Unitarian Church, the Henry Ford Peace Expedition, the Western Unitarian Conference, the weeklypublication Unity, the World's Parliament of Religion, Tower Hill Summer Camp in Wisconsin, andother aspects of Jones' ministry. Correspondents include William C. Gannett, Jane Addams, Susan B.Anthony, Francis W. Parker, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Booker T. Washington. Also contains papers ofEdith Lackersteen Lloyd Jones, Jones's second wife; her daughter, Mary Lackersteen; and theLackersteen family.

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