Frank B. Robinson
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Frank Bruce Robinson (1886 – 19 October 1948) was an American New Thought author and spiritual leader. A pharmacist in Moscow, Idaho, Robinson was the son of an English Baptist minister. He studied in a Canadian Bible school but later rejected organized religion in favour of the New Thought Movement. In 1928, he founded the spiritual movement Psychiana.
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- Latah County Parks - Robinson County Park