Miller, Timothy, 1944-
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Timothy Miller, University of Kansas professor of religion, conducted a documentation project in 2003, "Contours of Religion in Douglas County (Kansas)," with his students. This collection contains materials on religious groups active at the time in Douglas County, which were collected for the project, as well as some research notes.
This collection contains agendas, minutes, correspondence, reports and drafts of the traffic engineering safety plan from the Lawrence Traffic Safety Commission, Lawrence, Kansas..
"Reminiscences of Fairmount College" is Dr. Walter Graves' account, written in 1938, of the creation of Fairmount College (later Wichita State University) in Wichita, Kansas in 1895, continuing until 1906 when he resigned his seat as a member of the Board of Trustees. Graves portrays himself as an early, vocal advocate in urging the Wichita Association of Congregational Churches to back the creation of a new college in south-central Kansas.
These papers of native Kansan Ruth F. Anthony contain her correspondence with various Christian right wing political organizations which she supported over the years. Included are membership cards, certificates of appreciation, contribution receipts, and several organizational newsletters. In the correspondence are letters from and about Robert Bolivar DePugh, founder of the anti-Communist organization known as the Minutemen.
This collection, compiled by Tim Miller, consists of correspondence from Rosalea's Hotel in Harper, Kansas; information about local Lawrence, KS churches and Free State University; as well as photographs from the 2000 Art Car Parade of Lawrence. Tim Miller has been a lecturer and later a professor of Religious Studies at the University of Kansas since the 1970s.