William Robert Hutchison collection of photographs of American Protestants in the modernist movement, ca. 1977.

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William Robert Hutchison collection of photographs of American Protestants in the modernist movement, ca. 1977.

William Robert Hutchison collection of photographs of American Protestants in the modernist movement, ca. 1977.

Consists of photographs and negatives of 16 leaders of American Protestantism from the middle of the 19th century through the mid-20th century. The photographs were gathered by Prof. William R. Hutchison for use in his work The Modernist Impulse in American Protestantism.

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