BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MATERIAL WRITTEN BY OR ABOUT MMUUS MINISTERS
Wendelin Waldemar Weiland Argow
Argow, W. W. W. (n.d.). Some Questions Answered: What do Unitarian Universalists think of Christ? (Pamphlet). Boston, MA. Unitarian Universalism Association.
Argow, W. W. W. (1931). Beyond. Corn Publishing Company.
Argow, W. W. W. (1950). What Do Religious Liberals Believe? Yellow Springs, OH: The Antioch Press.
Argow, W. W. W. (1952). What is the Place of Religion in Modern Life? Maryland First Unitarian Church.
Argow, W. W. W. (1954). The Case for Liberal Religion. Yellow Springs, OH: The Antioch Press.
Argow, W. W. W. (1962). The Neglected Art of Friendship. Boston: Church of the Larger Fellowship.
Samuel Robert Calthrop
Bump, E. C. (1939). The Boyhood of Rev. Samuel Robert Calthrop. Syracuse, NY: Unpublished. /SamCalthropBoyhoodStory.html
Calthrop, S. R. (n.d.). The Heaven of the Moon: A Book of Poems. Boston: The Beacon Press.
Calthrop, S. R. (1859). A lecture on physical development, and its relations to mental and spiritual development, delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, at their twenty-ninth annual meeting. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. http://www.hti.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=moa;idno=AEM6073.0001.001
Calthrop, S. R. (1873). Religion and Evolution (Berry Street lecture). http://www.uuma.org/BerryStreet/Essays/BSE1873.htm
Calthrop, S. R. (1886). God (Berry Street lecture). http://www.uuma.org/BerryStreet/Essays/BSE1886b.htm
Calthrop, S. R. (1901). Experimental Theology and Experimental Religion (Berry Street lecture). http://www.uuma.org/BerryStreet/Essays/BSE1901.htm
Calthrop, S. R. (1905). God and His World (Sermons on Evolution). Boston: G: George H. Ellis Company.
One of His Boys. (1923). Recollections of the Old Master. Harvard Graduatesí Magazine, March. /recollections.html
Nicholas C. Cardell, Jr.
John Channing Fuller
Fuller, J. C. (1949). Reinhold Niebuhrís Theological Ethics with Special Reference to Love and Justice and to Natural Law (Meadville Lombard Theological School Pamphlets and Theses).
Samuel Joseph May
Church of the Messiah Committee. (1871). Samuel Joseph May. Syracuse, NY: Printed at the Journal Office. /inmemorialsjm.html
Cornell University. (n.d.). Samuel J. May Anti-Slavery Collection. http://dlxs.library.cornell.edu/m/mayantislavery/index.htm
Covert, C. L. (ca. 1970). Heretic in Syracuse: Samuel Joseph May. 1845-1871. http://www.mmuus.org/who-we-are/history/may-heretic-in-syracuse.html
Covert, C. L. (1972). The Remarkable Mr. May (An address given at May Memorial, February 13). http://www.mmuus.org/who-we-are/history/remarkable-mr-may.html
Davis, R. R. (1993). Rev. May Has Shown Me the Way (A sermon, April 4). http://www.mmuus.org/who-we-are/history/may-has-shown-way.html
Davis, R. R. (1997). Samuel J. May: The Peaceful Warrior (A sermon, January 12). http://www.mmuus.org/who-we-are/history/may-peaceful-warrior.html
Galpin, W. F. (1947). Godís Chore Boy: Samuel Joseph May. Unpublished biography. /galpin-may.html
Johnson, I. B. (ca. 1991). The Just Demands of the Other (Syracuse University Kellogg Project Pamphlet Series). http://www.mmuus.org/who-we-are/history/just-demands.html
May, S. J. (1829). Common errors in education. American Journal of Education, IV (May and June), 213-225.
May, S. J. (1845). The Rights and Condition of Women (A Sermon Preached in Syracuse, November), Womanís Rights Tracts No. 1.7. http://lcweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?ammem/naw:@field(DOCID+@lit(rbnawsan2749div0))
May, S. J. (1847). Jesus: The Best Teacher of His Religion (Discourse delivered before the graduating class of Cambridge Theological School, July 11, 1847). Boston: William Crosby & H. P. Nichols.
May, S. J. (1851). Capital punishment: Six reasons why it should be abolished. New York Tribune, July 25, 1851.
May, S. J. (1855). The Revival of Education (An Address to the Normal Association, Bridgewater, Mass., August 8). Published by the Association. http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=moa;idno=AHK7197
May, S. J. (1860). What do Unitarians believe? Albany: Week, Parsons, and Co. /sammaybelieve.html
May, S. J. (1867). A Brief Account of His Ministry (A Discourse preached to the Church of the Messiah, September 15). Syracuse, NY: Masters & Lee, Book and Job Printers. http://dlxs.library.cornell.edu/cgi/t/text/pageviewer-idx?c=mayantislavery;cc=mayantislavery;sid=40f2d448c622ac13760408c95d9c8c44;q1=a%20brief%20account%20of%20his%20ministry;rgn=full%20text;view=image;seq=1;idno=15853707
May, S. J. (1869). Some Recollections of Our Antislavery Conflict. http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=moa;idno=ABT7666
May, S. J. (1885). Reform as Affecting the Rights of Property (Berry Street lecture). http://www.uuma.org/BerryStreet/Essays/BSE1855b.htm
Mumford, T. J. (Ed.). (1873). Memoir of Samuel Joseph May. Boston: Roberts brothers. http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=moa;idno=ABJ1200
Ohrenstein, E. (1937). Samuel Joseph May: Unitarian Minister and Social Radical. (Meadville Lombard Theological School Pamphlets and Theses).
Schweizer, M. G. (1934). Samuel Joseph May, 1854-1855 (Syracuse University, Masters Thesis).
Stepanek, C. C. (1964). Saint Before his Time (Syracuse University, Masters Thesis). http://www.mmuus.org/who-we-are/history/covert-may-thesis.html
Yacovone, D. (1991). Samuel Joseph May and the Dilemmas of the Liberal Persuasion, 1797-1871. Temple University Press.
Robert Eldon Romig
Romig, R. E. (1936). Principles of Liberal Faith (Meadville Lombard Theological School Pamphlets and Theses).
Romig, R. E. (1984). Reasonable Religion: A Commonsense Approach. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books.
Elizabeth May Strong
Strong, E. M. (2000). The Larger Message: Universalist Religious Education's Response to Theological and Cultural Challenges, 1790 to 1930. (Meadville Lombard Theological School Pamphlets and Theses).
Robert Lee Zoerheide
Zoerheide, R. L. (1961). Americaís Fourth Faith (Berry Street lecture). http://www.uuma.org/BerryStreet/Essays/BSE1961.htm
Zoerheide, R. L. (1943). Revival Conceptions of Religious Liberalism in Contemporary Protestant Theology (Meadville Lombard Theological School Pamphlets and Theses).