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Stevenson in Michigan


The Harvard Square biography of Adlai Stevenson, including photos from an exhibition in Stevenson’s honor at Princeton University.



This commemorative memorial booklet contains the text of Stevenson’s memorial service at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington, including the eulogy given by UUA President Dana Greeley.





This  personal correspondence regards the confirmation of Stevenson’s religious affiliation as Unitarian after he joined a Presbyterian church in Lake Forest (Including a postcard in Stevenson’s own hand).




This typed manuscript of the address that Stevenson gave at the 80th anniversary of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington includes notations in Stevenson’s own handwriting.



Stevenson delivered “Liberalism Versus Competitive Indoctrination” at the Bloomington Church’s 90th Anniversary.




Listen to Adlai Stevenson speak about his core convictions, “This I Believe” in 1954.


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