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Call No.: bMS 574
Repository: Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University
Creator: Brown, Ernest Augustus.
Title: Brown, Ernest Augustus. Papers, 1938-1966.
Quantity: 1 boxes
Abstract: Papers of Unitarian minister Ernest Augustus Brown, including material related to his ministerial settlements and letters. The papers span 1938-1966.
Ernest Augustus Brown (1912-1970) was born in Bedford, Massachusetts. He received his AB and STB from Tufts University in 1939 and 1940, respectively, and attended courses at Harvard Divinity School. In 1940, Brown was ordained as a Unitarian minister at the First Parish Church in Stow, Massachusetts. He held ministerial settlements in Claremont and Lempster, New Hampshire; Windsor, Vermont; and Stow, Waltham, and North Andover, Massachusetts. He also served on the board of the New Hampshire Universalist Convention and as president of the Massachusetts Universalist Minister's Association. Brown died suddenly at the age of 57, in Fairhaven, Massachusetts.
Data on the churches he served in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and letters (1940-1966).