Henry David Gray papers, 1910-1985 (inclusive).


Henry David Gray papers, 1910-1985 (inclusive).

The papers document Gray's professional career as Congregational minister and denominational leader. Areas well documented include the daily operation of two large Congregational churches, church work with youth, Congregational polity and worship and controversies connected with the merger which led to the United Church of Christ.

66 linear feet (104 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 8013467

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