George Yeisley Rusk papers, 1921-1974.


George Yeisley Rusk papers, 1921-1974.

Collection consists of literary papers and research files (1921-1974) of philosopher and writer, George Yeistley Rusk (1891-1982).

5.4 linear ft. (4 record center boxes, 1 document box)

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Biographical Note: George Yeisley Rusk was a theologian, philosopher, writer, and teacher. He was born in Baltimore Md. in 1891. He was a graduate of Johns Hopkins University (1913), the Princeton Theological Seminary (1916), and received his Ph. D. (1922) from New York University. During the 1920s, Rusk served with the Congregational Church and taught religion and philosophy. In the 1930s, Rusk became interested in the principles of Socialism and wrote several essays on...

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