Tate, Stan, 1932-
- Papers, 1958-2003
- ca. 13 ft.
- Clergyman and bioethicist, of Idaho; b. Stanton Davis Tate.
Correspondence, writings, reports, notes, clippings, photos, and other papers, documenting Stan Tate’s ministerial, counseling, and youth work; his academic preparation; and early experiences as a smokejumper. Includes documentation of work at Princeton University and Boise State University, Gritman Medical Center (Moscow, Idaho), Episcopal parishes in the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere, participation in national organizations, and the field of bioethics. Includes correspondence and interviews with Bland and Eugene Williams, two prisoners in New Jersey he believed were wrongfully convicted and helped save from death row.
Gifts of the Rev. Dr. Tate, 2003 and after.