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Humanist Resources: Humanist Thought

Contemporary Humanism

20th Century Humanism

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Wiggin Library

The Wiggin Library catalog contains over 35,000 volumes, primarily specializing in Unitarianism, Universalism, and Unitarian Universalism. It also contains an extensive holdings on American freethought and humanism. This collection is available to faculty, students, and community members, and most of our books can be circulated through the mail. To inquire about creating an account to access the Wiggin library, email 

Humanist Special Collection

This guide was created as part of the Humanist Special Collection at the Meadville Lombard Library and Archives. The Humanist Special Collection houses archival materials that document the growth and impact of humanism within both Unitarian Universalism and the larger world. The Humanist Special Collection contains personal papers from notable humanists, the records of humanist organizations and congregations, and collections centered around specific themes and events tied to humanism.

Meadville Lombard Wiggin Library
180 N. Wabash Ave.
Suite 625 
Chicago, IL 60601

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