Papers, 1899-1934 (inclusive).

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Bowen, Clayton Raymond, 1877-1934. Papers, 1899-1934 (inclusive).

Papers, 1899-1934 (inclusive).

Letters from Unitarian ministers (and other ministers); includes photographs, diaries (1914-1932), biographical papers, including student trip and study (1901/02) at the Universities of Berlin and Marburg.

1 linear ft. (4 boxes)

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Wilbur, Earl Morse, 1866-1956

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