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    Date: 1971
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: In 1971, Dorothy (Dody) H. Donnelly became the first full time woman professor at Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley and at Graduate Theological Union. She later taught at San Francisco Theological Seminary, Starr King and Pacific School of Religion (PSR). She also served as director of a Lilly Foundation grant for Religious Formation at PSR.
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    Date: 1860
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Ambrotype of Julia King, wife of Thomas Starr King. She died in 1904. 3 1/2 x 3 7/8 in. (88 x 98 mm).
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    Date: 1850
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Thomas Starr King and wife Julia
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    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Gravestone of Edith Stein's father, Siegfried Stein (1843-1893). He died sudenly while on a business trip, Frauenwaldau/Goschutz, when Edith was 18 months old. He ran a lumber business, which was subsequently run very successfully by his wife Auguste.
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    Date: 1930s
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Edith Stein's mother, Auguste Stein, nee Courant, 1849-1936.
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    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Gravestone of the mother of Edith Stein, Auguste Stein (1849-1936) in Breslau, Germany.
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    Date: 1905
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Sisters Edith and Erna with nephew Gerhard, son of brother Paul, in the family garden.
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    Date: 1930
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Robert Whitaker was a Baptist minister in Los Gatos, California. He was politically active in many issues including socialism, communism, pacifism, the labor movement, and the American Civil Liberties Union. He was a prolific author of articles and poetry, contributing to liberal religious and labor journals. He was once arrested under the Criminal Syndicalism Act for participating in a pacifist assembly, and later worked to free labor activist Tom Mooney from prison. Whitaker's friends and collegues included Upton Sinclair, Jack London, Fanny Bixby Spencer, John Haynes Holmes, and Anna Louise Strong.
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    Creator: Peter Brown
    Date: 1975
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Photograph of Robert McAfee Brown used for the cover of his autobiography, Reflections Over the Long Haul: A Memoir (Westminster John Knox Press, 2005). Brown, 1920 – 2001, was a Christian theologian, ethicist, teacher, author, preacher, and advocate for peace and justice in social, economic, and gender issues. He taught at Macalester College, Union Theological Seminary, Stanford University and Pacific School of Religion.
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    Date: 1893
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: From left, Arno, Rosa, Else, Auguste, Siegfried (image inserted), Elfriede, Edith, Paul and Erna. Parents: Siegfried Stein (1843-1893) and Auguste nee Courant Stein (1849-1936). Died in the Holocaust: Edith (1891-1942), Elfriede (1881-1942), Paul (1872-1943) and Rosa (1883-1942). Escaped Germany to the Americas: Arno (1879-1948), Else (1876-1956) and Erna (1890-1978). Edith was born on Yom Kippur, October 12, 1891, the youngest of eleven children (4 died in childhood). “Let me recall here that of the seven siblings in that family, four lost their lives in the Shoah, or Holocaust. The oldest brother Paul, together with his wife Gertrude, Frieda, Rosa and Edith. Also, a niece, Eva Stein, daughter of Arno, was killed. Arno and most of his family emigrated to America as did Erna with her family. Else, the oldest sister, and family, followed her son to Columbia, South America.” (Susanne Batzdorff correspondence to Rosa Maria Agnus Adelheid)