Overview: Papers of Hannah Tillich, widow of theologian Paul Tillich, including biographical information, correspondence, and writings. The papers span 1896-1976.
Overview: Collection includes articles, book reviews, news clippings, and other kinds of literature concerning Paul Tillich.
Tillich, Paul. "A Conversation With Dr. Paul Tillich and Werner Rode, Graduate Student in Theology." Film reel, 1956.
Overview: Film reel of "A Conversation With Dr. Paul Tillich and Werner Rode, Graduate Student in Theology," 1965.
Overview: This collection consists of audiocassette recordings of Paul Tillich lectures, sermons, discussions, and prayer services. They span 1955-1965.
Overview: Collection includes drafts of sermons, addresses, papers, and articles including drafts of Tillich's major publications. The collection also includes Tillich's early student notebooks; class notes and lecture notes from Tillich's theology courses; radio broadcasts; family records, correspondence and photographs.
Overview: The collection consists of materials from Robert C. Kimball's tenure as literary executor of Paul Tillich's literary estate from 1959 to 1987. The materials include personal and professional correspondence, and several published and unpublished manuscripts by Paul Tillich's wife, Hannah Tillich.
Overview: This collection consists of copies of transcriptions of roughly twenty-one tapes which contain interviews with Adams which reflect his thoughts and observations on several events which occurred during his life.
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUP 1006
Overview: Photographic portraits of eleven individuals selected for the honor of a University Professorship at Harvard in the 1960s. "University Professorships" were instituted in 1935 and differ from many professorships at Harvard in their goal of facilitating scholarship that bridges traditional fields of study or departmental boundaries.
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUM 90
Overview: Wendell Robert Carr, professor and lawyer, received his Harvard A.M. in 1962 and his Ph.D. in 1967; he taught for several years in Harvard's history department after receiving his Ph.D. The collection documents his graduate study and teaching activities at Harvard, as well as his professional writing activities.