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Miller, Samuel J. (Samuel Jefferson), 1919-1999



  • Existence: 1919-08-07 - 1999-01-30

Biographical Note

Samuel J. Miller was a native of Ohio who began his career as a school teacher. He was later a Fulbright scholar, receiving his Ph.D. from Brown University in 1952. Miller taught at Boston College from 1952 to 1986. He published a number of books and articles on the religious and intellectual history of early modern Europe.

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Samuel J. Miller papers

Abstract These papers document the life and work of Boston College history professor Samuel J. Miller, primarily dating from 1948-1989. They consist of correspondence, manuscripts and typescripts, research notes, publications, photographs, vital records, ephemera, and news clippings. Included are materials related to Miller’s work on the religious and intellectual history of Europe and the Ecumenical Movement, personal travel materials such as a journal from his time in Europe in 1946, personal...
Dates: 1864-1999; Majority of material found within 1948-1989