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Materials from the Frank B. Robinson Papers documenting Psychiana, a religion popular in the 1930s and 40s. At its peak, Psychiana was reported to be the seventh largest religious organization in the world. It employed nearly one hundred people, mostly women, and handled up to 50,000 pieces of mail per day.

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