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Eugene P. Link papers, 1907-1993.

Author: Eugene P Link
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence with Herbert Aptheker, Lee H. Ball, Merle Curti, Buell Gallagher, Corliss Lamont, and others, 1941-91; lecture notes and course papers, 1951-1977; and research files on Harry F. Ward (1873-1966), American medical history, and other subjects, n.d. Link retained the records of the Religious Freedom Committee for the years 1955-64, including minutes of its Administrative Committee, financial and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondance
Minutes
Named Person: Eugene P Link; Harry Frederick Ward; Buell G Gallagher; Herbert Aptheker; Lee H Ball; Merle Curti; Corliss Lamont
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Eugene P Link
OCLC Number: 122588899
Description: 7.0 cu. ft.
Other Titles: Religious Freedom News.

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Correspondence with Herbert Aptheker, Lee H. Ball, Merle Curti, Buell Gallagher, Corliss Lamont, and others, 1941-91; lecture notes and course papers, 1951-1977; and research files on Harry F. Ward (1873-1966), American medical history, and other subjects, n.d. Link retained the records of the Religious Freedom Committee for the years 1955-64, including minutes of its Administrative Committee, financial and membership records, its newsletter "Religious Freedom News", and occasional publications. The Religious Freedom Committee was an interfaith, interracial group founded in New York City to work for the free exercise of religion under the First Amendment.

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