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The bulk of this collection includes correspondence between various members of the Unitarian Service Committee. The records cover 1940-1953.
Records of the Unitarian Service Committee's relief work in Europe, as well as their work with other relief agencies. The records cover 1941-1952.
Records of the Unitarian Service Committee during a period of Communist accusation and investigation. The records cover 1941-1957.
This collection consists of Board of Directors and Executive Committee minutes, correspondence, financial records, and material related to the incorporation of the Unitarian Service Committee. The records span 1941-1964.
The bulk of this collection consists of the files of Frederick May Eliot, president of the American Unitarian Association (AUA) from 1937 to 1958. Some of the subjects covered are the Spanish refugees in France; work of the USC in Czechoslovakia and Germany; public relations; the medical missions; and reports from the Ford Foundation.
Records of Unitarian Service Committee administrative functions, such as fundraising, publicity, and budget information. The records cover 1943-1947.
Records of the Unitarian Service Committee, mostly correspondence between Service Committee members, as well as reports and appeals from displaced persons. The records are from 1948.
Records of the Unitarian Service Committee, including correspondence and reports on medical and educational missions conducted in post-war Europe. The records cover 1948-1953.
The bulk of this collection documents the activities of the New York office of the Unitarian Service Committee. The records cover 1944-1949.
Unitarian Service Committee case files, mostly correspondence, on displaced persons sponsored under its adoption plan. The records cover 1945-1951.
Records of the Unitarian Service Committee's chairman and president, William Emerson. Includes reports and records on incorporation of USC. The records cover 1939-1957.
This collection consists of letters from well-known people that were culled from other collections and placed here. The correspondence covers 1939-1965.
Chiefly the correspondence of Helen Fogg, director of the Child and Youth Projects Department of the Unitarian Service Committee. The collection also includes case work department records relating to its work with the International Refugee Organization and the Displaced Persons Commission, Washington.
Chiefly the records of Robert Dexter, executive director, 1941-1944, and Charles Joy, executive director, 1944-1946. The collection also includes correspondence from Edward A. Cahill, associate director, 1944-1947; Howard L. Brooks, associate director, 1943-1953, and acting director, July-November 1952, July 1946-March 1947; and other people associated with the Service Committee, such as Noel Field and Elizabeth Dexter.
Correspondence of the Unitarian Service Committee, chiefly that of Howard Brooks (associate director), Edward Cahill (associate director), and Raymond Bragg (executive director).
Annual reports; fund raising material; descriptions of USC projects; and drawings and poems by World War II refugees. The records span 1940-1988.
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 records span 1946-1948.
This collection consists of records related to the medical missions conducted by the Unitarian Service Commitee. They include missions throughout Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and South America, among others. The records span 1942-1967.
This collections consists of Unitarian Service Committee service camp and work camp records, and administrative material. The records span .