The Clifford Merrill Drury papers consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, research notes, and typescripts related
to Drakes Bay (Calif.), Drake's Plate of Brass, the history of religion in California, Rudolph James Wig, and Anson Burlingame.
Clifford Merrill Drury had a noteworthy career as a pastor, seminary professor, historian, and Navy chaplain. Born in 1897
in Early, Iowa, Drury was a graduate of Buena Vista College and San Francisco Theological Seminary and earned a PhD from the
University of Edinburgh.
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