Papers, 1895-1961 (inclusive), 1895-1935 (bulk).

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Sullivan, William Laurence, 1872-1935. Papers, 1895-1961 (inclusive), 1895-1935 (bulk).

Papers, 1895-1961 (inclusive), 1895-1935 (bulk).

Manuscripts and related materials (books, fiction, short stories, plays, poetry), professional papers (articles and addresses, 1906-1933; sermons, 1912-1922, 1931-1933; prayers; material relating to parishes; materials relating to service in the American Unitarian Association and the Unitarian Laymen's League Mission); and personal papers. Personal papers include diaries, notebooks, and biographical files and photographs. Also letters from Samuel Atkins Eliot, William Howard Taft, Henry Wilder Foote, Francis Greenwood Peabody, John Haynes Holmes, Louis Craig Cornish; and correspondence, 1919-1932, concerning humanist/theistic tensions in the American Unitarian Association. There is a series of letters, 1924-1935, from Sullivan to Joseph S. Loughran, who was Sullivan's assistant at the Church of the Messiah in St. Louis.

3.5 linear ft. (14 boxes, 1 folder).

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