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subj26. United Church of Christ Holdings

 Record Group
Identifier: subj26
United Church of Christ Holdings

Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:

Church of the Good Shepherd records

Identifier: 089
Content Description

The collection consists primarily of orders of service, programs, schedules of activities, and other various materials. The collection documents the activities of African American United Church of Christ churches, and they augment holdings about African American Congregational churches in particular.

Dates: Other: 1987

Lewis Sherman Clark papers

Identifier: 092
Content Description

This collection chronicles the development and progress of Rev. Clark's work at the Knox Institute of Athens, Georgia, where he spent much of his life, first as an instructor and then as principal, where he retired in 1926. The collection includes family photographs and those of the Knox Institute and various memorabilia such as school programs and event invitations. There is information regarding the marriage and family life of Elise Clark Rousseve, wife of Ferdinand Rousseve.

Dates: Other: 1876-1980

Congregational Church of Christian Fellowship (Los Angles, Cal.) collection

Identifier: 463
Content Description

This collection includes materials generated by the Congregational Church of Christian Fellowship in Los Angeles, California, pastored by Madison T. Shockley II. It contains church bulletins, programs for the Men's Day Celebrations, annual reports, and correspondence regarding the church's 50th annivesary commemoration.

Dates: Other: 1993-1995

Congregational Home Missionary Society records

Identifier: 368-098
Scope and Contents The records of the Congregational Home Missionary Society (CHMS) contain correspondence, both incoming and outgoing, reports, and printed matter mainly covering the years 1917-1927. The collection documents the financial and administrative work of the Society, as well as the personal activities and issues faced by its missionaries. Foreign speaking communities are also detailed within the letters and reports of the Society. The bulk of the collection documents, through...
Dates: Created: 1870-1955; Other: Majority of material found in 1917-1927; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1966

Dent Family papers addendum

Identifier: 116-01
Scope and Contents The addendum to the papers of Albert Walter Dent (1904-1984) and Ernestine Jessie Covington Dent (1904-2001) provides a rich source of documentation of a prominent African American family, and covers topics such as education, healthcare, musical traditions and culture in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Houston, Texas. The papers consist of 38 linear feet of personal and collected papers of both individuals and other Covington-Dent family members. The addition to the papers is comprised of...
Dates: 1890-2001, undated

Nellie De Spelder diaries

Identifier: 575
Content Description This collection consists of approximately 200 photocopied pages from the diaries of Nellie DeSpelder during her tenure as an American Missionary Association (AMA) teacher at Daniel Hand Preparatory School in New Orleans, Louisiana. DeSpelder was a teacher who journeyed from Greenville, Michigan to work in the AMA schools. During her tenure she visited the school at Orange Park and that at King's Mountain. Interesting sidelights are revealed in her brief trips to the nearby Mississippi Gulf...
Dates: Other: 1895-1899

Dodd Family papers

Identifier: 123
Content Description The Dodd Family papers contain 23 items of correspondence to and from members of the family (1862-1866), 15 sermons (1848-1864), 1 printed extract from a speech by Alexander H. Stephens (1861), 1 abolitionist pamphlet (n.d.), 3 clippings (1863, n.d.), 4 photocopies on 2 sheets including 2 photographs of Helen M. Dodd (1868, n.d.), 1 pass issued by the Office of the Superintendent of Negro Affairs (1864), and 1 oath of loyalty (1863). Most of the correspondence is from Helen Dodd, with one...
Dates: Other: 1848-1868

Esther W. Douglass papers

 Collection — small collections
Identifier: 2473
Scope and Contents The papers of Esther W. Douglass contain outgoing correspondence and a bound volume containing her life reminiscences written for a family member. They detail her work as a teacher and missionary with the American Missionary Association from 1865 to 1895 in Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina. The correspondence consists of nine letters and fragments of seven additional letters written by Douglass while in Oaks, North Carolina. Most are addressed to...
Dates: Created: 1887-1909; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1984

Harlan Paul Douglass papers

Identifier: 131
Content Description The Harlan Paul Douglass papers consists of approximately 400 items, 3 reels of microfilm, and 4 volumes. The papers include correspondence; clippings; biographical data; family histories by Douglass' mother, Maria Greene Douglass, and father, Truman Orville Douglass; photographs; wills; honors and tributes; an appreciation book; writings; and a scrapbook. The items relate to Douglass' school days, his career with the American Missionary Association and his retirement. Included among the...
Dates: Other: 1889-1966

Rivers Frederick papers

Identifier: 156
Scope and Contents The papers of Dr. Rivers Frederick consist of circa 250 items of correspondence and approximately 125 items of non-correspondence. The non-correspondence occupies about eighty-five percent of the shelf space allotted to this collection. Non-correspondence in these papers includes speeches and writings by Frederick; writings by others about Frederick; other collected writings; lists; programs and menus; diplomas and certificates; photographs; newspaper clippings; collected...
Dates: Created: 1893-1961; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1976