John H. Dietrich papers, 1905-1987.

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Dietrich, John H. (John Hassler), 1878-. John H. Dietrich papers, 1905-1987.

John H. Dietrich papers, 1905-1987.

Correspondence (1905-1968), published addresses (1917, 1920-1936), miscellaneous writings (1910-1987), clippings (1909-1935), and other papers of a Unitarian clergyman who was a leader (1920s-1930s) of the humanist wing of American Unitarianism while serving as the minister (1916-1938) of the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis. The papers document his resignation (1911) from St. Mark's Reformed Church in Pittsburgh in the face of heresy charges, his early years in the Unitarian Church as a minister (1911-1916) in Spokane, Washington, his long service in Minneapolis, and his retirement years (1941-1957) in Berkeley, California.

0.75 cu. ft. (2 boxes).

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