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COLLECTION Identifier: bMS 469

Papers relating to essay on Minot Judson Savage, 1959-1969.

Overview

Papers relating to essay by Unitarian minister Charles White McGehee (1914-1993) on Minot Judson Savage (1841-1918) entitled Minot Judson Savage: Rebuilder of Faith, Proceedings of the Unitarian Historical Society, 13 part 2 (1961): 25-44.

Dates

  • Creation: 1959-1969.

Extent

1 boxes

Biographical / Historical

Charles White McGehee (1914-1993) was born in Summit, Mississippi. He graduated from the Crane Theological School of Tufts University in 1959, and was ordained to the Unitarian ministry the same year at the Birmingham Unitarian Church. A second career minister, he was a newspaper editor and radio director prior to entering the ministry. He served parishes in West Upton, Massachusetts; Jacksonville, Florida; and Chattanooga, Tennessee. He was also the Southeast director of the Unitarian Universalist Society for Social Justice for a year. His publications include Minot Judson Savage: Rebuilder of the Faith; Requiem for the Six Million; The Watergate Sermons; A Catechism for Unitarian-Universalism; and Answers in the Wind.

Title
McGehee, Charles White, 1914-. Papers relating to essay on Minot Judson Savage: A Finding Aid.
Author
Andover-Harvard Theological Library
Language of description
und
EAD ID
div00469

Repository Details

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