Jabez Thomas Sunderland papers, 1868-1936.

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Sunderland, Jabez Thomas, 1842-1936. Jabez Thomas Sunderland papers, 1868-1936.

Jabez Thomas Sunderland papers, 1868-1936.

Extensive professional and family correspondence, diaries, sermons, manuscripts of books and articles, research notes, topical file on India, printed material, newspaper clippings, and miscellanea; also papers concerning his career first as a Baptist minister, later a Unitarian minister in Ann Arbor, Michigan and elsewhere, including his involvement in the Western Unitarian Conference.

37 linear ft.

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