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Guild, Edward Chipman, 1832-1899. Notebooks, 1855-1856.

Collection Identifier: bMS 745
Overview: Collection consists of four notebooks which contain lecture notes transcribed by Guild on a course entitled “Systematic Theology” given by Edwards Amasa Park, 1855-1856.

Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909. Papers, 1814-1908.

Collection Identifier: bMS 512
Overview: Papers of Edward Everett Hale, including correspondence, material related to Antioch College and other colleges, and biographical information. The papers span 1814-1908.

Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909. Letters to Annie Ware Cumings, 1894-1907.

Collection Identifier: bMS 122
Overview: Letters from Edward Everett Hale to Annie Ware Cumings. The letters span 1894-1907.

Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909. Sermons, 1846-1906.

Collection Identifier: bMS 110
Overview: Edward Everett Hale's sermons, arranged chronologically. They span 1846-1906.

Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909. Scrapbook, 1874-1908.

Collection Identifier: bMS 89
Overview: Scrapbook of Edward Everett Hale.

Moore, Edward Caldwell, 1857-1943. Papers, 1862-1933.

Collection Identifier: bMS 95
Overview: Papers of Harvard University theology professor Edward Caldwell Moore.

Bailey, Ralph Edward. Sermons, 1929-1932.

Collection Identifier: bMS 125
Overview: Sermons from Unitarian minister Ralph Edward Bailey's (1888-1960) years as minister of the First Parish in Cambridge, Mass.

Moore, Edward Caldwell, 1857-1943. Papers, 1869-1924.

Collection Identifier: bMS 422
Overview: Papers of Harvard University theology professor Edward Caldwell Moore.

Turner, Edward, 1776-1853. Diary and journal, 1811-1820, n.d.

Collection Identifier: bMS 147
Overview: Diary and journal of Edward Turner, Universalist and later Unitarian minister and founder of The Gloucester Conference.

Turner, Edward, 1776-1853. Papers, 1711-1873.

Collection Identifier: bMS 513
Overview: Papers of Universalist and Unitarian minister Edward Turner (1776-1853) including sermons, 1813-1843; essays; biographical sketches; correspondence, 1803-1848, including letters from leading Universalists and Unitarians such as Adin Ballou, Thomas Whittemore, Hosea Ballou, Paul Dean, and Samuel Joseph May. There is also Turner family correspondence, biographical material, and photographs.