Andover-Harvard Theological Library serves as a national repository and library of record for the Unitarian Universalist tradition. The collection includes books, hymnals, periodicals, curricula, pamphlets, sermons, personal papers, audio-recordings, movies, church records, photographs, and many other types of material.
As part of the library's mission to serve "as a source of materials on religion ... for researchers and laypeople throughout the world--especially those interested in the Unitarian and Universalist heritage--who have a scholarly need to consult the collections," these pages have been created to give an overview of its historical Unitarian Universalist resources and to suggest ways of using them.
Use the links on the left to explore highlights of the collection.
Information about the sources of our collection is found in the History of Andover-Harvard's Unitarian Universalist Collections.