Conner, Charles Chambers. Papers,
Papers of Universalist minister Charles C. Conner, including personal files, sermons, writings, and printed material. The papers span 1869-1939.
There are no restrictions on access to this collection.
This collection consists of personal files including autobiographical data, memoranda, and Universalist literature; printed material, such as articles that appeared in the Christian Union, Christian Leader, and the Universalist Leader. There are also sermons, arranged alphabetically by title; sources, including writings by Vivian T. Pomeroy and Lyman Abbott; as well as Conner's writings, arranged alphabetically by title. There is also an example of Conner's shorthand in box 3, folder 12.
Biographical / Historical
Charles Chambers Conner (1856-1939) was ordained as a Universalist minister in Roann, Indiana, in 1880. He held pastorates in Milford and Hamilton, Ohio; LaCrosse, Monson, and Springfield, Wisconsin; Barre and Rochester, Vermont; and North Adams, Massachusetts. Conner published several books, including A Pastor's Immortelles, From Nature to Man, and Resources of a Nation. Conner also founded a shorthand system of writing, on which he worked for 20 years.
Organized into the following series:
- Series I. Personal files
- Series II. Printed material
- Series III. Sermons
- Series IV. Sources
- Series V. Writings
The number after the slash in each entry in the following list indicates the box number, and the number in parentheses is the folder number.
- Conner, Charles Chambers. Papers, 1869-1939: A Finding Aid.
- Andover-Harvard Theological Library
- Language of description
- EAD ID
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