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"A Liberals View of Intermarriage" and other writings by Dr. Donald Harrington, 1968 Digital

File Identifier: bMS 531, bMS 531/6 (40)
Scope and Contents: This collection contains some of the records of the Black Unitarian Universalist Caucus (BUUC), the Black Affairs Council (BAC), Full Recognition and Funding of the Black Affairs Council (FULLBAC), and Black and White Action (BAWA), as well as some of the records of the Unitarian Universalist Commission on Appraisal. All of these records are related to the black empowerment controversy in the UUA in the late 1960s. These records were collected by David Bortin, a member of the Unitarian...

A photocopy of a typed manuscript and handwritten letters, entitled Some letters of Theodore Parker, with comments by William I. Bowditch. Digital

Item — Box: 24, Folder: 19Identifier: bMS 101, bMS 101/24 (19)
Scope and Contents: This collection is divided into eight series. The first series consists of journals, arranged chronologically. Series II is sermons delivered by Parker, also arranged chronologically. Series III contains letters written by Parker copied by another hand. Series IV is miscellaneous material, including an unidentified fragment. Series V is additional Parker material in the form of a notebook that includes sermons and addresses. Series VI consists of correspondence, arranged by correspondent....

"A Question...An Answer" Special Dispatch by Mary Small, BAC Correspondent to UUA, n.d. Digital

File Identifier: bMS 531, bMS 531/7 (40)
Scope and Contents: This collection contains some of the records of the Black Unitarian Universalist Caucus (BUUC), the Black Affairs Council (BAC), Full Recognition and Funding of the Black Affairs Council (FULLBAC), and Black and White Action (BAWA), as well as some of the records of the Unitarian Universalist Commission on Appraisal. All of these records are related to the black empowerment controversy in the UUA in the late 1960s. These records were collected by David Bortin, a member of the Unitarian...

"A Separatist UU Black Church Is Possible" by Terence Shea, The National Observer, March 4, 1968 Digital

File Identifier: bMS 531, bMS 531/7 (23)
Scope and Contents: This collection contains some of the records of the Black Unitarian Universalist Caucus (BUUC), the Black Affairs Council (BAC), Full Recognition and Funding of the Black Affairs Council (FULLBAC), and Black and White Action (BAWA), as well as some of the records of the Unitarian Universalist Commission on Appraisal. All of these records are related to the black empowerment controversy in the UUA in the late 1960s. These records were collected by David Bortin, a member of the Unitarian...

A sermon based on “Math: 11-29. Learn of me for I am meek & lowly in heart: and ye shall find Rest unto your Souls.” Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: bMS 733, bMS 733/1 (1)
Scope and Contents: The first sermon is 32 pages long and is based on “Math:11-29. Learn of me for I am meek & lowly in heart: and ye shall find Rest unto your Souls.” There is an inscription at the end of the sermon in a different hand which states that it is a “Sermon of the Rev. Mr. Fairfield, first minister of Saco, Maine – presented by W. Cushing to the Library of the Theological School in Cambridge.” Rev. Fairfield made a note at the end of the sermon that states it was preached at ...

A sermon based on Romans: 5-10. "We shall be saved by His Life." Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2Identifier: bMS 733, bMS 733/1 (2)
Scope and Contents: The first sermon is 32 pages long and is based on “Math:11-29. Learn of me for I am meek & lowly in heart: and ye shall find Rest unto your Souls.” There is an inscription at the end of the sermon in a different hand which states that it is a “Sermon of the Rev. Mr. Fairfield, first minister of Saco, Maine – presented by W. Cushing to the Library of the Theological School in Cambridge.” Rev. Fairfield made a note at the end of the sermon that states it was preached at ...

"A Sermon preached at Weston, May 20th, 1810, Proverbs, Third Chapter, Eleven and Twelve", May 20, 1810 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 10aIdentifier: bMS 100, bMS 100/1 (10a)
Scope and Contents: Collection includes sermons, lectures, and addresses by Channing, sixty-six letters by Channing (1803-1839), thirteen letters to Channing (1828-1839), sixteen manuscripts by Channing (1814-1837), including two drafts on Unitarian...

A sermon written by Rev. Samuel Deane in 1784, based on James 3:8, entitled The way to cure ye evils of ye tongue. , 1784 Digital

Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1Identifier: bMS 732, bMS 732/1 (1)
Scope and Contents: This is a fourteen page sermon, delivered by Rev. Samuel Deane on December 26, 1784. It is based on James 3:8 and is entitled The way to cure ye evils of ye tongue.

"A Sheaf on Confrontation: Staff Study Papers on Denominational Consideration" by Dana McLean Greeley, Joseph Barth, Norman F. Benson, and Homer Jack, 1969 Digital

File Identifier: bMS 531, bMS 531/8 (42)
Scope and Contents: This collection contains some of the records of the Black Unitarian Universalist Caucus (BUUC), the Black Affairs Council (BAC), Full Recognition and Funding of the Black Affairs Council (FULLBAC), and Black and White Action (BAWA), as well as some of the records of the Unitarian Universalist Commission on Appraisal. All of these records are related to the black empowerment controversy in the UUA in the late 1960s. These records were collected by David Bortin, a member of the Unitarian...

"A Tribute to the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr." Art Exibition invitation pamphlet, April 7, 1969 Digital

File Identifier: bMS 531, bMS 531/8 (25)
Scope and Contents: This collection contains some of the records of the Black Unitarian Universalist Caucus (BUUC), the Black Affairs Council (BAC), Full Recognition and Funding of the Black Affairs Council (FULLBAC), and Black and White Action (BAWA), as well as some of the records of the Unitarian Universalist Commission on Appraisal. All of these records are related to the black empowerment controversy in the UUA in the late 1960s. These records were collected by David Bortin, a member of the Unitarian...