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Sasnett, J. Randolph



  • Existence: 1890    

Biographical Note

J. Randolph Sasnett, born in 1890, was a Methodist minister who served the University of Washington Seattle campus (1929-1939). His literary interests were the poetry of Alice Meynell and works of Charles Dickens. Sasnett authored one book, Living memorials: Principles and plans for church memorials (1949), and had planned to write one about Dickens, but did not complete it prior to his death.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

J. Randolph Sasnett papers


These papers document the literary friendships of twentieth-century Methodist minister and author J. Randolph Sasnett. The papers consist of letters from Wilfrid and Viola Meynell and Lady Marie Dickens; manuscripts by Viola Meynell, Alice Meynell, and Francis Thompson; photographs; and a drawing of Wilfrid Meynell.

Restrictions on access

Collection is open for research.

Dates: 1844 - 1953; Majority of material found within 1934 - 1937