Dwight L. Moody papers, 1852-1965 (inclusive).

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Moody, Dwight Lyman, 1837-1899. Dwight L. Moody papers, 1852-1965 (inclusive).

Dwight L. Moody papers, 1852-1965 (inclusive).

Material provides valuable biographical information about Dwight Lyman Moody. Correspondence includes family letters, letters of condolence on the occasions of Moody's illness and death in 1899 and the death of his wife in 1903, letters regarding anecdotes of Moody's life, and memoirs, memos and letters compiled by his granddaughter. Sermons contain notes, transcripts and published compilations of sermons. Journals, clippings and articles consist of material describing Moody and his career.

6 linear feet (16 boxes, 2 bound volumes)

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