Baillie, John, 1886-1960 (Scottish theologian and ecumenical leader)
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Our knowledge of God, 1939-1943
Identifier: BAI 1/18/1/7
Scope and Contents Correspondence with publishers (Oxford University Press and Charles Scribner's Sons) and correspondence with friends, colleagues and other readers relating to Our knowledge of God ( 1939).
Personal file, France 1940, 1940
Identifier: BAI 1/17/9
Scope and Contents Correspondence and related items received by John Baillie while he was in France with the YMCA, from friends, colleagues in others in (mostly) Britain, the United States and Canada and including the solicitors handling Richard Fowler's estate, his cousin Elizabeth Catherine (Elsa) Gallant, his brother Donald Macpherson Baillie, his cousin Ian Anderson, Reinhold Niebuhr, George Freeland Barbour and various publishers.
Identifier: BAI 1/18/1/6
Scope and Contents Correspondence with publishers (Faber and Faber) and correspondence with co-authors (including Thomas Stearns Eliot, Karl Barth), co-editor Hugh Martin, friends, colleagues and other readers relating to Revelation ( 1937).
Roots of Religion in the Human Soul, 1926-1939
Identifier: BAI 1/18/1/1
Scope and Contents Correspondence and royalty reports from publishers (George H Dornan and Hodder & Stoughton) and correspondence with friends, colleagues and other readers relating to Roots of Religion in the Human Soul ( 1926).
Taken or sent home from America, summer 1945, 1945
Identifier: BAI 1/17/21
Scope and Contents Correspondence, press cuttings and related items for the period of and around John Baillie's visit to the United States immediately at the end of the Second World War and including letters from his wife Florence Jewel Baillie, his brother Donald Macpherson Baillie, publishers, Reinhold Niebuhr and Mathew Willard Lampe (State University of Iowa).
The place of Jesus Christ in modern Christianity, 1929-1943
Identifier: BAI 1/18/1/3
Scope and Contents Correspondence and royalty reports from publishers (Charles Scribner's Sons and T & T Clark) and correspondence with friends, colleagues and other readers relating to The place of Jesus Christ in modern Christianity ( 1929).