Papers, 1885-1950 (inclusive).

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Eliot, Samuel A. (Samuel Atkins), 1862-1950. Papers, 1885-1950 (inclusive).

Papers, 1885-1950 (inclusive).

College papers, 1885-1886; sermons and addresses, 1888-1950; letters, 1888-1950; worship materials; subject files; scrapbooks, 1885-1926; and biographical material. Includes papers relating to Eliot's interest in prison reform, the Society of Penal Information, and the Osborne Association. Also included is a prospect book giving a list of persons attending preaching services and sermon subjects.

9 c.f. (26 boxes).

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