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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
Arthur Buckminster Fuller

Arthur Buckminster Fuller (1822-1863)

Arthur Buckminster Fuller was born at Cambridge, Massachusetts, August 10, 1822, the sixth child of Timothy ... Read More
Celia Parker Woolley

Celia Parker Woolley (1848-1918)

A leading citizen and reformer in Chicago, Woolley was born on June 14, 1848 in Toledo, ... Read More
Norman Lear

Norman Lear (1995)

Norman Lear had one of the most powerful and influential careers in the history of U.S ... Read More
Paul A. Freund

Paul A. Freund

Paul A. Freund, the University Professor who taught at Harvard Law School since 1939, was a ... Read More