Mark T. Warner papers, 1813-1974 (bulk 1916-1974).

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Warner, Mark T. (Mark Thomas), 1889-1975. Mark T. Warner papers, 1813-1974 (bulk 1916-1974).

Mark T. Warner papers, 1813-1974 (bulk 1916-1974).

Correspondence with family members while serving as chaplain during World War II, also other documents from his military service, including programs from services he performed during the war; papers accumulated from his career as Presbyterian minister in Colorado, especially notes from sermons; scattered papers of other, earlier family members; and Black Canyon Monument series which includes correspondence, blueprints and landscaping designs, clippings, and various publications. Files relating to research and writing of book about Black Canyon; and photographs and postcards of the area.

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Colorado clergyman, proponent of the creation of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison River as a national monument, U.S. Army chaplain during World War II. From the description of Mark T. Warner papers, 1813-1974 (bulk 1916-1974). (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34419376 Mark Thomas Warner was born February 10, 1889 in Monroe, Ohio. He attended Muskingum College in New Concord, Ohio (1912-1915), Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio (1916-1918), and ...