Essays watts short alan - Paseos de Perros
Muhlenberg; Columba of Iona; Constance and her Companions; Franz Jagerstatter; Gregory of Nazianzus; Gregory of Nyssa; Julia Chester Emery; Robert Grosseteste; William Law; Blaise of Sebaste; Charles de Foucauld; Prayer for Church Unity; Clotilda, Queen of the Franks; Henry Martyn; Isaac Watts; James Otis Sargent Huntington; John Fisher; John Heyer; Soren Kierkegaard; Thomas More; William Passavant; Amelia Jenks Bloomer; Apolo Kivebulaya; Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg; Edward B.
the 2015 centenary of the birth of Alan Watts ..
2 cubic feet
Papers of a family from Putnam County, Missouri. Includes an autograph book, travel scrapbook and family photograph albums compiled by Bertha and Christine Watts, 24 diaries composed by the Rev. Samuel S. McWilliams, and poetry and writings.
15 cubic feet
Organizational records and research materials of a historical society in south Kansas City, MO. Also includes information on neighboring regions, and Watts Mill.
The Way of Zen, by Alan Watts - Barnes & Noble
1 cubic foot
The papers in this collection include letters sent in 1987 to Anatoly Levitin, a refusenik family in Kharkov, USSR, who tried for many years to immigrate to Israel. The correspondence with Soviet Jews was a program, Project Yachad, sponsored by the Jewish Community Relations Bureau. Memos and guidelines for participating in the program from the JCRB to the adopted family contacts are also included. Other materials include a speech by Allan Greenberg in 1995 for the 50th anniversary of the Kehilath Israel Synagogue, and a letter to Alan Goldberg from President Bill Clinton in 1994 regarding the denial of Jonathan Pollard’s application for executive clemency.
The Paperback of the The Way of Zen by Alan W
1 folder, photocopies
This is a compilation of historical and genealogical material concerning the Harrison family of Phelps and Laclede counties in Missouri. Assembled by Florence J. Malaney, the material includes copies of family papers, 1860-1865, genealogical research on the family by Clair V. Mann, n.d., and correspondence with Robert K. Hooker, 1980.