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    Date: 2000
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Douglas Glenn Adams (1945 April 12 - 2007 July 24) was Professor of Christianity and the Arts at Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA, for 31 years and part of the core faculty at Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA. He was an international scholar and mentor in religion and the arts, dance and humor. He authored hundreds of articles and a dozen books, inspired a generation of students, and lectured and conducted workshops throughout the US. Here he is shown at graduation circa 2000.
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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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    Date: 1936
    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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    Creator: Berkeley Free Church
    Date: 1970
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Photo of members of the Berkeley Free church used as a handout to advertise the publication of The Covenant of Peace by Morehouse-Barlowe Co. Among those pictured are: Phyllis Smith, 3rd from left, key volunteer on the switchboard; then John Pairman (Jock) Brown, resident theologian; and Richard York, minister, director and guiding force. Brown described the founding of the church as "bringing hippies and the Peace movement together in a common format, giving radical Pentecostals and radical Catholics the common liturgy of finding housing, finding food, finding people.” ("Toward a United Peace and Freedom Church," In The Underground Church, ed. Malcolm Boyd. New York: Sheed and Ward, 1968, p 41.)
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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: 1970
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Dorothy Donnelly with family. After high school, she joined the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Orange as Sister Gertrude Joseph Donnelly. As Sister Gertrude, she received a B A, Dominican College of San Raphael (1950); M.A., Catholic University of America (1954); Ph.D, Catholic University of America (1962); Fullbright Scholarship, American Academy, Rome, Italy (1962); and Th. D. , Pacific School of Religion (1973). She left the order on good terms in the 1980s.
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    Date: 1985-02-17
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Dorothy Donnelly discusses her book Radical love : an approach to sexual spirituality with Wayne Campbell, O.F.M., on the television program Body and Soul. A copy of the video is available for view in the GTU Archives.
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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)
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    Date: 1914
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Nurses free time activities at the Lazaretto, Edith seated at left, 1914. Edith volunteers with other women students as a nurse with German Red Cross at military hospital in Mahrisch-Weisskirchen. She cares for soldiers suffering from infectious diseases: typhus, dysentery and cholera. She lost many friends and acquaintances during the war.
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