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April 18

Louis Craig Cornish

1870 – Louis Craig Cornish was born in New Bedford, MA. He served as minister in Hingham, Massachusetts and in various capacities at American Unitarian Association headquarters, including as president from 1927 to 1937, following the presidency of Samuel Atkins Eliot. Cornish was president of the International Association for Religious Freedom. Read selections from Work and Dreams and the Wide Horizon by Louis Craig Cornish.

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