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Overview: Correspondence of the Unitarian Service Committee, chiefly that of Howard Brooks (associate director), Edward Cahill (associate director), and Raymond Bragg (executive director).
Overview: Annual reports; fund raising material; descriptions of USC projects; and drawings and poems by World War II refugees. The records span 1940-1988.
Overview: 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.
Overview: 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.
Overview: Chiefly the records of Frederick May Eliot, president of the American Unitarian Association from 1937 to 1958, who was on the Committee on Relief in Czechoslovakia, an early effort on behalf of several agences to aid the victims of war-torn Europe. The collection also includes considerable correspondence to and from Robert Dexter, a member of the executive committee of a later group called the Commission for Service in Czechoslovakia, and some case file information on individuals the Service...
Overview: This collections consists of Unitarian Service Committee service camp and work camp records, and administrative material. The records span .
Overview: Records of Paul Carnes' UUA presidential campaign, including correspondence, general campaign material, and treasurer's records. The papers span 1975-1979.
Scope and Contents: This collection consists largely of the records of Homer Jack, who was director of the Department of Social Responsibility for the UUA in the late 1960s. Jack was the staff liaison between the Commission on Religion and Race and the Unitarian Universalist Black Caucus. This Commission sponsored the Emergency Conference on the Black Rebellion in New York City in October, 1967, which is where the UU Black Caucus emerged. Many of the records in this collection deal with the organization of the...
Unitarian Universalist Association. Committee on Goals, Congregational and Fellowship Survey, 1955-1967.
Overview: This collection consists of completed Committee on Goals surveys from UUA churches and fellowships from all over the United States and other countries. Correspondence, reports, and sermons are also included.
Unitarian Universalist Association, FULLBAC (Full Recognition and Funding of the Black Affairs Council). Records, 1966-1983.
Scope and Contents: This collection consists largely of the records of FULLBAC (Full Recognition and Runding of the Black Affairs Council), as well as other Unitarian Universalist black empowerment groups. FULLBAC was a white support group for the Black Affairs Council, and was established in 1968 in Philadelphia as an independent, continent-wide agency to advance the cause of black empowerment. Many of the records in this collection belonged to Reverend David B. Parke, one of the two original chairmen of the...