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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:

Margaret Callender McCulloch papers

Identifier: 236
Content Description The papers of historian and race relations activist Margaret Callender McCulloch include articles, pamphlets, speeches, reports, and poem written by McCulloch, as well as a typescript of "Can This Be Me?...memories of Mary Eliza West, Freedwoman" about a former enslaved woman on a Georgia plantation, edited by McCulloch. The collection also includes correspondence, photographs, a genealogical chart, a map, and handwritten transcripts of correspondence of physician Francis Julius LeMoyne and...
Dates: Other: 1936-1988

Ruth A. Morton scrapbook

Identifier: 257
Content Description

This collection consists of a scrapbook assembled by Ruth Morton, former Director of Schools and Community Relations at the American Missionary Association. The scrapbook contains clippings, pamphlets, reports, photographs and other documents mostly related to schools and institutions throughout North Carolina, Georgia, Puerto Rico, Tennessee and Alabama.

Dates: Other: 1934-1950

New Orleans District Association of Congregational Churches records

Identifier: 273
Content Description

This collection contains a record book which includes meeting minutes from the association, held from October 1921 to December 1929.

Dates: Other: 1921-1929

Notes to Our Friends records

Identifier: 328
Content Description

Notes to Our Friends was an occasional publication of the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries. The records include information on the UCBHM's Puerto Rican, Appalachian, and Native American ministries and consists of research notes, correspondence, and collected printed items.

Dates: Other: 1937-1979

Office of Church Building Society records

Identifier: 277
Content Description The Office of Church Building of the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries provided financial support to United Church of Christ schools and church congregations. The majority of the records reflect the work of the American Congregational Union, later known as the Congregational Church Building Society. The collection includes documents from the Congregational Church Building Society, as well as the Evangelical and Reformed Churches. The records of the organization document its...
Dates: Other: 1862-1983

Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ records

Identifier: 303
Content Description The records include correspondence, minutes, church bulletins, reports, clippings, newsletters, programs of Sunday worship services, meeting minutes of the Church Deacon Board, programs of the senior choir concerts, publications, financial reports, and church membership lists. The records also contain a history of several committees within the church, sermons of Rev. Theodore S. Ledbetter, programs of special events such as the centennial pageant and other anniversary observances, annual...
Dates: Other: 1931-1992

Price Family papers

Identifier: 408
Content Description

The Price Family papers document the life and career of Hollis Price Sr. and his work as an educator and president of LeMoyne-Owen College from 1943-1970. Materials also document his wife Althea, an educator and counselor, and his son and economics professor Hollis Jr.

Dates: Other: 1915-1988

Race Relations Department of the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 368-05-002-309
Scope and Contents The Race Relations Department was established in 1942 to define problem areas related to race relations in the United States, to develop programs and techniques designed to promote constructive action, and to work toward relieving areas of tension utilizing, wherever possible, local resources. Population movements during World War II had created pressure points in several cities. Race riots occurred with alarming frequency and the newly organized department attempted to alleviate or prevent...
Dates: Created: 1943-1970; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1970

John A. Rockwell Papers

Identifier: 315
Scope and Contents The John A. Rockwell Papers consist of approximately 250 letters, dating from 1865-1867. The letters are from the period when Rockwell served as Superintendent of the American Missionary Association's (AMA) Lincoln School in Macon, Georgia, and record his efforts on behalf of the freedmen population in the area of education. The correspondence deals almost exclusively with the problems of administering and supplying a school for freedmen in the heart of the former Confederacy....
Dates: Created: 1865-1867; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1970

Charles Shelby Rooks papers

Identifier: 566
Content Description Reverend Dr. Charles Shelby Rooks is a retired theologian of the United Church of Christ and served as president and executive director of a number of theological institutions, including Chicago Theological Seminary President from 1974-1984 and Executive Vice President of the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries from 1984-1992. He also authored a number of books. His papers document his life and career as a theologian and include correspondence, sermons, writings, news articles,...
Dates: Other: 1949-1999