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Aug 7, 2015
Real Name
Disciples Divinity House
Sobre Minha Biblioteca
The Herbert L. Willett Library holds a selected collection of books, journals, papers, and pamphlets. It is a private facility intended primarily for the use of House Scholars and ecumenical residents. Its collection supplements the vast resources of the University's libraries and of the neighborhood seminaries' libraries. It has basic reference works for the study of religion, and many of the required books for introductory courses and doctoral examinations.

The library features historical materials about the Disciples of Christ and books by Disciples authors, especially alumni/ae. Its holdings include: rare books and journals related to the Disciples of Christ movement; works from the Durrett Collection dealing with "Campbellite controversy" during the early years of the movement; early records of the Chicago Disciples Union; archived material about the Disciples Divinity House, its deans, and students; the personal library of C. C. Morrison, founding editor of The Christian Century; and volumes from the libraries of Deans Willett, Ames, and Blakemore.
About Me
Charted in 1894, the Disciples Divinity House offers an exceptional residential scholarship program in conjunction with the Divinity School of the University of Chicago and as one of the seven theological institutions of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Through these affiliations, women and men are prepared for visionary leadership in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and in the wider world.
Hyde Park, Chicago, IL 60637
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