Papers of Collins Denny [manuscript], 1872-1943.

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Papers of Collins Denny [manuscript], 1872-1943.

Personal and business correspondence, biographical information, articles, sermons, speeches, notes, and memorabilia, includes material on the history and organization of the Methodist Church in the United States, union of the Methodist Episcopal Church and the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, a lawsuit for control of Vanderbilt University, the trial of Bishop James Cannon and minutes of the College of Bishops and various Methodist conferences, 1872-1943.

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