Eliot, Frederick M(ay) 1889-1958
ELIOT, Frederick M(ay) 1889-1958
Born September 15, 1889, in Boston, MA; died February 17, 1958, in Boston, MA. Education: Harvard University, A.B., 1911, A.M., 1912, S.T.B., 1915.
Associate minister of a Unitarian church in Cambridge, MA, 1915-17; Unity Church, St. Paul, MN, pastor, beginning 1917; American Unitarian Association, Boston, MA, chair of Commission of Appraisal, 1930s, president, 1937-58.
Fundamentals of the Unitarian Faith, [St. Paul, MN], 1926.
Unitarians Believe, American Unitarian Association (Boston, MA), 1948.
Toward Belief in God, 1959.
Frederick May Eliot: An Anthology, edited by Alfred P. Stiernotte, Beacon Press (Boston, MA), 1959.
Author of "Samuel McChord Crothers, Interpreter of Life," Beacon Press (Boston, MA), 1930.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Religious Leaders of America, 2nd edition, Gale (Detroit, MI), 1999.*