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Call No.: bMS 1260
Repository: Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University
Creator: Raible, Christopher G.
Title: Raible, Christopher G. Papers,
Quantity: 1 boxes
Abstract: Papers of Unitarian Universalist minister Christopher G. Raible, including records and correspondence from his various positions within the AUA and UUA. The papers span 1948-1971.
Christopher G. Raible (1933-) was born in New England. He attended the University of Chicago, the University of Manchester in England, and the Starr King School for the Ministry. He served pastorates in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Charleston, West Virginia; and Worcester, Massachusetts. Raible was the first publisher of The Unitarian Universalist World; the last president of the Universalist Historical Society; and chairman of the Unitarian Universalist Association Commission on Common Worship. He is the author of Hymns for the Cerebration of Strife (1967), Muddy York Mud: Scandal and Scurrility in Upper Canada (1992), and The Power of the Press: The Lasting Impressions Made by Canada's Early Printers (2007); as well as co-editor of 73 Voices: Personal, Wistful, Hopeful: An Anthology of Aspirations, Meditations, Prayers (1972).
This collection contains the records and correspondence of Christopher Raible that relate to a number of the various positions he held in the administration and ministry of the American Unitarian Association (AUA) and the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). These files include records relating to the Departments of Communication and Extension and histories of the youth movement in American Unitarianism and the Unitarian Fellowship movement.
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