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[Item Title], [Folder], [Box], Rev. Henry Vernon Sattler, C.Ss.R., Collection, McHugh Special Collections, The University of Scranton.
A Redemptorist Priest, Rev. Henry Vernon Sattler, C.Ss.R., was a theology professor at the University of Scranton from 1968 to 1984. He was born on April 2, 1917. He earned his undergraduate degree and bachelor of divinity from Mount St. Alphonsus and his graduate and doctorate degrees from Catholic University. Rev. Sattler was also active with the American Life League, located in Stafford, Virginia.
This collection contains 1 box of material with 8 cataloged books and 9 folders of material, which largely consists of published and non-published articles and correspondence from the 1970s through the 1990s.
The collection is arranged into two series.
This series consists of 8 books/pamphlets, which are cataloged in the Weinberg Memorial Library system.
This series consists of 9 folders of material, mostly articles written by Rev. Sattler. Included are Sattler's critiques of articles written by others and correspondence related to the writings.
This collection was donated in 2012 by the American Life League, located in Stafford, Virginia.
Processed by Elizabeth Shomaker in August 2012.