On a shelf in the Andover-Harvard Theological Library sits a book of the gospels in Armenian, hand-written by a scribe named Megerdich in AD 1504. Small—just 17 by 12.8 centimeters—and bound in worn leather, its pages feature stunning color drawings and meticulous work.
An exhibit now on view at HDS's Andover-Harvard Theological Library offers an intimate look at some of the religious dimensions of the Civil War, as well as a sense of the deep involvement of Harvard alumni in the nation's bloodiest conflict.
The Paul Tillich papers, located in the Andover-Harvard Theological Library at Harvard Divinity School, have recently been reorganized, and a new description of them has been written. Read more about Tillich Papers Reorganized