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“Conrad Wright’s Search for a Usable Past” by George Kimmich Beach

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Citation: Beach, George Kimmich. “Conrad Wright’s Search for a Usable Past.” Journal of Unitarian Universalist History 35 (2012): 1–6.

Reprinted with permission from the Journal of Unitarian Universalist History


Contents of Vol. 35, offered here with full text, include: 

Conrad Wright’s Search for a Usable Past” by George Kimmich Beach

Librarianship for the Covenant” by Elizabeth Curtiss

Conrad Wright, Perry Miller, and Unitarian History” by Dean Grodzins

Walking Together with Conrad” by Gloria Korsman

Conrad Wright and the Course of American Intellectual History” by David Robinson

Series Navigation<< The Living Legacy of C. Conrad Wright: Introduction“Librarianship for the Covenant” by Elizabeth Curtiss >>

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