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Displaced persons. February-July 1951., February-July 1951. Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 4Identifier: bMS 16036, bMS 16036/3 (4)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of this collection consists of the correspondence of Helen Fogg, who was director of the Child and Youth Projects Department. This department was in charge of the child care program in Germany and the Bremen Neighborhood House, which was begun in 1950 as an experiment in community development. Fogg had a far-reaching vision for her work, and thought that the model of the medical missions could be applied to social work...

UNRRA reports on missing persons. Digital

Item — Box: 9, Folder: 8Identifier: bMS 16043, bMS 16043/9 (8)
Scope and Contents: The Unitarian Service Committee offered assistance to displaced people during and after World War II in a number of ways, some of which are documented in this collection. Under the USC "adoption" plan, sponsors in the United States usually sent a package of food monthly via the USC to a needy family or individual in Europe, as well as occasional clothing packages. The USC also assisted people in finding shelter and employment in the United States. In...

Thorp, Miss Anne L., May-December 1950., May-December 1950. Digital

Item — Box: 7, Folder: 14Identifier: bMS 16036, bMS 16036/7 (14)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of this collection consists of the correspondence of Helen Fogg, who was director of the Child and Youth Projects Department. This department was in charge of the child care program in Germany and the Bremen Neighborhood House, which was begun in 1950 as an experiment in community development. Fogg had a far-reaching vision for her work, and thought that the model of the medical missions could be applied to social work...

State Department, Washington D.C., 1949-1950., 1949-1950. Digital

Item — Box: 7, Folder: 7Identifier: bMS 16036, bMS 16036/7 (7)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of this collection consists of the correspondence of Helen Fogg, who was director of the Child and Youth Projects Department. This department was in charge of the child care program in Germany and the Bremen Neighborhood House, which was begun in 1950 as an experiment in community development. Fogg had a far-reaching vision for her work, and thought that the model of the medical missions could be applied to social work...

France, Toulouse (includes photographs of Walter B. Cannon Hospital, previously named Varsovie Hospital), n.d. Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 5Identifier: bMS 16076, bMS 16076/3 (5)
Scope and Contents: The photographs in this collection document the relief efforts of the Unitarian and Universalist Service Committees in a number of countries throughout the world, including France, Germany, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Poland. During and after World War II, the Unitarian Service Committee administered 10 homes for displaced and unaccompanied...

Medical projects newsletters, 1947., 1947. Digital

Item — Box: 6, Folder: 7Identifier: bMS 16064, bMS 16064/6 (7)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of this collection consists of the files of Frederick May Eliot, who was president of the American Unitarian Association from 1937 to 1958. These records include reports and correspondence on the Spanish refugees in France; the situation in Czechoslovakia; public relations; the USC medical missions; plus lists of staff members; personnel records; and USC minutes. There is also correspondence that...

Poland, reports on relief efforts, 1946-1947., 1946-1947. Digital

Item — Box: 4, Folder: 12Identifier: bMS 16058, bMS 16058/4 (12)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of this collection consists of correspondence and reports which document the efforts of the Unitarian Service Committee to garner financial support for their post-war work with displaced people in Europe. The correspondence includes appeals to Unitarian churches throughout the United States to set up local campaign committees; appeals to individuals for financial support; reports documenting the...

Displaced Persons Commission, correspondence, 1950., 1950. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 6Identifier: bMS 16081, bMS 16081/5 (6)
Scope and Contents: This collection includes the records of Raymond B. Bragg, executive director, 1947-1952; Howard L. Brooks, associate director, 1943-1953, and acting director, July-November 1952, July 1946-March 1947; Charles Joy, executive director, 1944-1946; and Helen Fogg, director of child and youth projects. It also includes correspondence from USC staff members who worked with...

President's War Relief Control Board, procedures concerning shipments of food, clothing, medicine, etc., 1945., 1945. Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 2Identifier: bMS 16027, bMS 16027/2 (2)
Scope and Contents: The bulk of this collection documents the activities of the New York office of the Unitarian Service Committee, which functioned as a center for shipping goods to needy people overseas. This office opened in 1942 and Henry Muller, a refugee who directed it during the first five years, operated appeals for clothing, food, medicine, and items such as toilet kits, tools and garden supplies. Total shipments...

Spanish Republicans, 1946., 1946. Digital

Item — Box: 4, Folder: 9Identifier: bMS 16035, bMS 16035/4 (9)
Scope and Contents: This collection is arranged chronologically. It documents many aspects of the relief work that the Unitarian Service Committee conducted in France, Switzerland, Portugal, Holland, Hungary, Germany, Poland, and Czechoslovakia. Several different agencies and...