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International Legal Assistance, 1950., 1950. Digital

Item — Box: 10, Folder: 8Identifier: bMS 16081, bMS 16081/10 (8)
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...

Testimonials. Digital

Item — Box: 24, Folder: 8Identifier: bMS 16004, bMS 16004/24 (8)
Scope and Contents: In May of 1948 the U.S. Congress passed the Displaced Persons Act. This act authorized individuals who were displaced from their homelands as a result of World War II to enter the United States. The Unitarian Service Committee reviewed applications for those applying for assistance and endeavored to help many individuals find homes and employment in the United States. The correspondence and applications in this collection includes biographical information,...

USC communism charges, Wood Rankin investigation of Martha Sharp and Stephen Fritchman. Correspondence about the House Un-American Activities Committee; and photocopies of newspaper articles about the USC and their contact with the House Un-American Activities Committee, ca. 1946-1951., 1946-1951. Digital

Item — Box: 6, Folder: 108Identifier: bMS 16114, bMS 16114/6 (108)
Scope and Contents: This collection was digitized after the Andover-Harvard Theological Library digital project was completed. It includes information about the Righteous Among the Gentiles award bestowed on Martha and Waitstill Sharp by Yad Vashem in 2006 (box 4, folder 65). The collection includes originals and photocopies of reports, meeting minutes, publications, correspondence, newspaper articles, announcements, programs, obituaries, oral history transcripts, a bibliography, and photographs. Many of the...

Canada. Letters to. Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 25Identifier: 16007, bMS 16007/3 (25)
Scope and Contents: This collection includes the records of Robert Dexter, executive director, 1941-1944; Charles Joy, executive director, 1944-1946; and Raymond Bragg, executive director, 1947-1952. There is also correspondence from Edward A. Cahill, associate director, 1944-1947; Howard L. Brooks, associate director, 1943-1953, and acting director, July-November...

Commission for Service in Czechoslovakia, general, 1939., 1939. Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 2Identifier: bMS 16003, bMS 16003/2 (2)
Scope and Contents: This collection is comprised largely of the files of Frederick May Eliot, who was the president of the American Unitarian Association from 1937 to 1958. Eliot was on the Committee on Relief in Czechoslovakia, which was an early effort on behalf of several agencies to aid the victims of war-torn Europe. The collection also includes considerable correspondence to and from Robert...

Canada. Miscellaneous, 1948., 1948. Digital

Item — Box: 20, Folder: 19Identifier: bMS 16035, bMS 16035/20 (19)
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...

France, Les Andelys, 1950., 1950. Digital

Item — Box: 6, Folder: 13Identifier: bMS 16081, bMS 16081/6 (13)
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...

Switzerland, 1945., 1945. Digital

Item — Box: 2, Folder: 11Identifier: bMS 16035, bMS 16035/2 (11)
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...

Self-help housing project, 1950-1951., 1950-1951. Digital

Item — Box: 6, Folder: 8Identifier: bMS 16036, bMS 16036/6 (8)
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...

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Item — Box: 27, Folder: 12Identifier: bMS 16004, bMS 16004/27 (12)
Scope and Contents: In May of 1948 the U.S. Congress passed the Displaced Persons Act. This act authorized individuals who were displaced from their homelands as a result of World War II to enter the United States. The Unitarian Service Committee reviewed applications for those applying for assistance and endeavored to help many individuals find homes and employment in the United States. The correspondence and applications in this collection includes biographical information,...