Papers. 1818-1956.


Brown, William Montgomery, 1855-1937. Papers.

Papers. 1818-1956.

Episcopal bishop and Communist author, of Galion, Ohio. Includes papers of Scranton-Bradford-Brown family; Wm. M. Brown; and Bradford-Brown Educational Company. Scranton-Bradford family papers include correspondence (1818-1858) of Irene P. Hickox Scranton, business papers (1823-1859) of Joel Scranton, and Bradford family papers. Brown's papers consist of correspondence, ephemera, legal documents, writings, and newspaper clippings concerning his various books and trial for heresy. The Bradford-Brown Educational Company records (1940-1956) include requests for books after Brown's death. Contact repository for more information.

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