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Notable American Unitarians, 1936-1961

This collection of more than 150 illustrated biographies details the lives of more than 150 twentieth-century Unitarians who have made a significant contribution to American and international life and culture. Figures represented include May Sarton, Frank Lloyd Wright, Adlai Stevenson, Béla Bartók, Margaret Laurence, Roger Baldwin, Pete Seeger, Linus Pauling, and Albert Schweitzer, among others.

Notable in UU History

Emerson and Religion

The Living Legacy of Ralph Waldo Emerson “Religion is to do right. It is to love, ... Read More
Florence Luscomb

Florence Hope Luscomb: A Radical Foremother, 1887-1985

Florence Hope Luscomb grew up in the 1890s and died in the 1980s. During her long ... Read More
Arthur Foote

Arthur Foote

Arthur Foote (5 March 1853 – 4 April 1937) was an American classical composer, and a ... Read More
Drawing by Michelle Bakay based on a photograph by Don Viney, 1981

Charles Hartshorne

The Harvard Square God By Herbert F. Vetter Part V Charles Hartshorne is our fifth person ... Read More