Four scrapbooks that consist of newspaper clippings, photographs, pamphlets, correspondence and related material of Minister
Edgar White Burrill's activites within the New Thought movement.
Edgar White Burrill (1883-1958) prior to the 1930s was known for his literary endeavors, which included teaching at Columbia
and Northwestern Universities, publishing book reviews and plays, and running the Literary Vesper series of lectures held
at New York City's Town Hall. Burrill also gave dramatic readings on radio. By the 1930s, however, Burrill became interested
in the principles of Divine Science epoused by Emmet Fox and other New Thought ministers. Attracted to the New Thought beliefs,
Burrill traveled to Denver, Colorado to study and eventually become ordained to the ministery.
4.7 linear feet
(4 flat oversize boxes)
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