Collection HM1/278 - Harold Stauffer Bender Papers

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US GCA HM1/278


Harold Stauffer Bender Papers


  • 1897 - 1962 (Creation)

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125 boxes

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A churchman and educator, Bender was one of the dominant Mennonite personalities between the years of 1930 and 1962. He remains best known for his essay, "The Anabaptist Vision" (1944).

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This collection is currently being reprocessed.  The finding aid is therefore incomplete.

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  • English
  • German

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  • English



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