Phillips Brooks correspondence and compositions
Correspondence and compositions of the American clergyman Phillips Brooks.
- 1831-1901 and undated
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions on physical access to this material.
Extent1 linear feet (2 boxes)
Consists of correspondence, compositions, drafts of sermons and photographs of Phillips Brooks.
Biographical / Historical
Brooks was an Episcopal clergyman. He was rector of Trinity Church, Boston (1868-1893) and bishop of Massachusetts (1891-1893).
Organized into the following series:
- I. Letters from Phillips Brooks
- II. Letters to Phillips Brooks
- III. Other correspondence
- IV. Compositions
Immediate Source of Acquisition
70M-63. Gift of Mrs. Raymond W. Albright,43 Linnaean Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts; received: 1971 March 30.
- Brooks, Phillips, 1835-1893. Phillips Brooks correspondence and compositions, 1831-1901: Guide.
- Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
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