David Rhys Williams Papers

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David Rhys Williams papers
Creator: Williams, David Rhys, 1890-1970
Call Number: A.W695
Dates: 1912-1970
Physical Description: 47 Hollinger boxes, 36 transfer boxes, 4 packages
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Arrangement
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Related Materials
Content List
Series I: Correspondence, 1912-1970
Box 1
Box 2
Box 3
Box 4
Box 5
Box 6
Box 7
Box 8
Box 9
Box 10
Box 11
Box 12
Box 13
Box 14
Box 15
Box 15a
Series II: Manuscript material
Box 16
Box 17
Box 18
Box 19
Box 20
Box 21
Box 22
Box 23
Box 24
Box 25
Series III: Church material
Box 26
Box 27
Box 28
Box 29
Box 30
Series IV: Election material
Box 30
Series V: Printed material
Box 31
Box 32
Series VI: Published books
Box 33
Box 33a
Box 34
Box 34a
Series VII: Scrapbooks
Box 35
Box 36
Series VIII: Clippings
Box 37
Box 38
Box 39
Series IX: Books from personal library
Box 40
Box 41
Series X: Photographs, portraits, sketches
Box 42
Series XI: Documents and memorabilia
Box 43
Series XII: Tape recordings
Box 43a
Series XIII: Sermons and related material
Box 44
Box 45
Box 46
Box 47
Box 49
Box 50
Box 51
Box 52
Box 53
Box 54
Box 56
Box 57
Box 58
Box 59
Box 60
Box 61
Box 62
Box 63
Box 64
Box 65
Box 66
Box 67
Box 68
Box 69
Box 70
Box 71
Box 72
Box 73
Box 74
Box 75
Box 76
Box 77
Box 78
Box 79
Series XIV: Packages
Collection Overview
Title: David Rhys Williams papers
Creator: Williams, David Rhys, 1890-1970
Call Number: A.W695
Dates: 1912-1970
Physical Description: 47 Hollinger boxes, 36 transfer boxes, 4 packages
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
During his long and active ministry David Rhys Williams helped in the founding and administration of Forums in Cleveland and Chicago; he acted as Labor Arbitrator in wage disputes between International Structural Steel and Iron Workers Union and the Contractors Association of Cleveland, Ohio (1919); he was registered as a conscientious objector during the height of World War I patriotic fervour and never failed to support young men with similar views; in 1917 he made it publicly known that he supported the single tax, internationalism, birth control, woman suffrage and socialism; during the 1920's and 30's he was a member of the League for Industrial Democracy and was on the Planning Committee of the local Rochester branch in 1936; perhaps influenced by the work of his brother, Albert Rhys Williams, he continually supported Soviet-American co-operation and in 1929 and 1931 led parties for the "Open Road to Russia". As early as the 1930's he was speaking on racial toleration and it was early in this decade that he began his ardent support of planned parenthood: he delivered a sermon on "Voluntary Motherhood" which led to the establishment of a birth control clinic in Gannett House where it operated from 1934 until 1937 when it had to move to larger quarters; he was a member of the National Clergyman's Advisory Council of Planned Parenthood Federation of America and had Margaret Sanger in his pulpit just a few weeks after she was arrested; in 1934 he was on the Executive Committee of Monroe County Birth Control League. In 1933-34 he was Vice President of the Rochester Torch Club and in 1935-36 he became its President while in 1936-37 he served as President of the Unitarian Fellowship for Social Justice. During many phases of his career he was charged as being a communist: one such incident occurred in 1938 when he was so charged by the Rochester Social Justice Club for his opposition to the pro-racist and anti-Semitic sentiments of Father Charles Coughlin, but, ever faithful to his belief in free speech, David Rhys Williams defended Father Coughlin's right to say these things despite disagreeing with him. He was a member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (Rochester Branch) and early in the 1950's he opposed the Feinberg Law requiring loyalty oaths and investigations for school teachers and at the same time he also opposed the whole career of Senator Joseph McCarthy. In 1952 he was given the award as "Champion of the Oppressed" by the Unitarian Fellowship for Social Justice, among those individuals he supported were: Sacco and Vanzetti, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, Tom Mooney (who had been convicted for bombing a 1916 San Francisco Preparedness Day march), Paul List (an ex-fighter in the Spanish Republican forces who would have been killed on deportation to his native Germany), Earl Broader (who received heavy sentences for passport violations), William J. Pomeroy (who sympathized with the Communist-linked Huk rebellion in the Philippines in the 1950's) and Mrs. Vashti McCollum (who won a landmark case in the Supreme Court about religious education in public schools). Other causes he supported were: the Irish Republic, freedom for India, independence for the Philippines and a homeland for the Jews in Palestine; he signed the Humanist Manifesto, was a delegate to the World Parliament of Religions, constantly supported the American Civil Liberties Union and was chairman of the Rochester Committee to Aid Spanish Democracy. He was a sponsor of the Emergency Committee for Disaster Relief to Cuba, the Mental Hygiene Society of Monroe County, the Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Committee, the "Call" for the "Protestantism answers Hate" dinner-forum and avidly supported the claim for Susan B. Anthony to be placed in the National Women's Hall of FameHall of Fame. He remained concerned with social causes and world affairs all his life, and even in 1968 had a major role in supporting the funding of a Black Affairs Council within the Unitarian Universalist Association. His enthusiasm and integrity never failed, nor did he ever hesitate to take the path of conscience and conviction.

CHRONOLOGY

1890: Born in Keene Valley, NY, February 25 (Son of David Thomas and Esther Rees Williams; brother of Howard Rees Williams and Albert Rhys Williams.

1910: Marietta College, A.B. (Phi Beta Kappa)

1912: Married Lucy Adams Pease, September 27. (children: George Hunston Williams, Esther Rhys Williams (wife of Homer Jack), and David Cator Williams.

1913: Harvard Divinity School, S.T.B.

1941: Meadville Theological Seminary, D.D.

1970: Died in Rochester, NY, March 28.

CHURCHES SERVED

1912-1914: First Congregational Church, Norfolk, MA

1914-1916: Congregational Church, Edgartown, MA

1916-1924: North Congregational Church, Cleveland, OH

1924-1928: Third Unitarian Church, Chicago, IL

1928-1958: First Unitarian Church, Rochester, NY

1958-1970 Minister Emeritus, First Unitarian Church, Rochester, NY

PUBLICATIONS

World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Boston, Beacon Press, 1951.

Faith Beyond Humanism. New York, Philosophical Library, [c. 1963].

Shakespeare, Thy name is Marlow. New York, Philosophical Library, [1966].

Articles in: Advance, The Christian Register , The Christian Leader, The Churchman, The Journal of Liberal Religion, The Pulpit, Unity

Scope and Content
The papers of David Rhys Williams contain correspondence, manuscript sermon notes, speeches, prayers, meditations and tributes, newspaper clippings, church bulletins, church membership and mailing lists, Forum material, church publications, articles by David Rhys Williams appearing in journals such as The Christian Register, Unity, The Churchman, Advance, The Christian Leader etc., printed and manuscript material on his three published books, a few books from his personal library and a composite list of books contained in his library (since dispersed), a few portraits, photographs and sketches, documents and memorabilia, a tape recording of his tribute to Albert Einstein and over fifteen hundred numbered sermons with cross references to other related sermons - all relating to his career as a Congregational and Unitarian Minister. Some of his correspondents were John Haynes Holmes, Frederick May Eliot, Steven Fritchman, Frank Gannett, the Beacon Press, Corlias Lamont, Kenneth B. Keating and Justin Wroe Nixon, and Philip S. Bernstein.

Arrangement
Description of Main Divisions in Papers

There are fourteen main divisions in the David Rhys Williams papers. A brief outline of each appears below:

I. CORRESPONDENCE (Boxes 1-15a). Arranged in chronological order covering the years 1912-1970.

II. MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL (Boxes 16-25). Contains sermon notes, prayers, meditations, tributes, college papers, a commonplace book, his son's first sermon and David Rhys Williams' own notebook with details of his numbered sermons. Also a family history of the years in Chicago, 1923/4-28 by George H. Williams.

III. CHURCH MATERIAL (Boxes 26-30). Contains material directly related to his pastorate in Edgartown, Mass.; Cleveland, Ohio; and Rochester, N.Y.; such as church membership and mailing lists, bulletins, business, calendars, publications etc. Also North Church Forum material, Cleveland.

IV. ELECTION MATERIAL (Box 30). Contains material relating to the Cleveland City Council Election of 1923 when David Rhys Williams ran for office.

V. PRINTED MATERIAL (Boxes 31 & 32). Contains journal articles by David Rhys Williams, also pamphlets etc. in which he has been mentioned.

VI. PUBLISHED BOOKS (Boxes 33-34a, Package 1). Contains both manuscript, typewritten and printed material relating to his three books - includes rough drafts, reviews, clippings, etc.

VII. SCRAPBOOKS (Boxes 35 & 36, Package 4). Contains miscellaneous clippings.

VIII. CLIPPINGS (Boxes 37-39). Mostly newspaper clippings on David Rhys Williams' career and the Unitarian church in Rochester. Also clippings on people connected with the Rochester church.

IX. BOOKS FROM PERSONAL LIBRARY (Boxes 40 & 41). Contains several books from his personal library and a list of its contents (1970).

X. PHOTOGRAPHS, PORTRAITS, SKETCHES (Box 42, Package 2). Contains transparencies, framed and unframed photographs of David Rhys Williams, his wife, the Rochester church and people connected with it.

XI. DOCUMENTS AND MEMORABILIA (Box 43, Package 5). Contains licenses, leases, contracts etc.

XII. TAPE RECORDINGS (Box 43a). Contains one tape and a list of sermons recorded 1954-1955.

XIII.NUMBERED SERMONS (Boxes 44-79). Manuscript sermons as numbered by David Rhys Williams with his cross references to other related sermons. Also some related material enclosed.

XIV. PACKAGES (4).

Package 1: Material relating to published books

Package 2: Photographs, portraits and sketches

Package 3: Documents and memorabilia 1910-1918

Package 4: Scrapbook 1923-1936

Subject(s):
New York (State)--Rochester
Unitarianism
Pacifism
Birth control
Conscientious objection
Civil rights
Correspondence
Sermons
Scrapbooks
Williams, David Rhys, 1890-1970
First Unitarian Church of Rochester, N.Y.
Temple B'rith Kodesh (Rochester, N.Y.)
Planned Parenthood of Rochester & Monroe County
Gannett House (Rochester, N.Y.)
Clergy
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The David Rhys Williams papers were given in two parts to Rush Rhees Library, the University of Rochester. The numbered sermons were received from the Rev. Williams in October 1969 and most of the material in boxes 1-43a was received in March and April 1970 from his estate. The scrapbook in Package 4 which covers the years 1923-1936 was received in January 1971 from Dr. George H. Williams.Access
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[Item title, item date], David Rhys Williams papers, A.W695, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
See also the Papers of the First Unitarian Church, Rochester, NY .


Administrative Information
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Publisher: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
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Content List
Series I: Correspondence, 1912-1970
Box 1
1912-1923
Box 2
1924-1930
Box 3
1931-1936
Box 4
1937-1944
Box 5
1945-July 1948
Box 6
August 1948 - January 1950
Box 7
January 1950 - July 1951
Box 8
August 1951 - May 1953
Box 9
June 1953 - December 1954
Box 10
January 1955 - October 1956
Box 11
November 1956 - December 1958
Box 12
Tributes presented to David Rhys Williams on his retirement: Vols. I and II, September and October 1958
Box 13
Tributes presented to David Rhys Williams on his retirement: Vol. III, 1958
Box 14
January 1959 - April 1962
Box 15
May 1962 - 1967
Box 15a
1968-1970
Series II: Manuscript material
Box 16
Folders
1. Sermon notes etc. from Cleveland, Edgartown & Norfolk.
2. Sermon notes etc. from Cleveland, Edgartown & Norfolk.
3. Sermon notes etc. from Cleveland, Edgartown & Norfolk.
4. Sermons, prayers, notes etc. - from Chicago period (?)
5. Sermons, prayers, notes etc. - from Chicago period (?)
Box 17
Folder
1. Sermons, prayers, notes, etc. - from Chicago period (?)
2. Sermons, notes etc. - some from North Church period
3. Sermons, notes etc. - some from North Church period
4. Sermons, notes, etc. - some from North Church and Edgartown periods
5. Sermon, notes, etc.
6. Sermon, notes, speeches etc. - some from North Church period
Box 18
Folder
1. Sermons, notes, etc. - some from North Church period
2. Sermons, notes, etc. - some from North Church period
3. Sermons, notes, etc. - some from North Church period
4. Sermons, notes, etc.
5. Sermons, notes, etc.
6. Sermons, notes, etc.
Box 19
Folder
1. Sermons, notes etc.
2. Sermons, notes etc.
3. Sermons, notes etc. - some from Rochester period
4. Sermons, notes etc.
5. Sermons, notes etc.
6. Prayers
Box 20
Folders 1-5
Prayers
Box 21
Folder
1. Prayers
2. Meditations, prayers; including title page of book of meditations
3. Meditations, prayers
4. Meditations, prayers
5. Meditations, prayers
6. Meditations, prayers - some on New Years
Box 22
Folder
1. Meditations, prayers - on Christmas
2. Meditations, prayers - on Easter
3. Meditations, prayers - some on Thanksgiving
4. Meditations, prayers - on children, Mother's Day and Palm Sunday
5. Benedictions, prayers
6. Misc. notes, quotes, meditations & prayers
7. Misc. notes, quotes, meditations etc.
Box 23
1. Misc. notes, some meditations & prayers
2. Misc. notes - including memorial words
3. Misc. notes, etc.
4. Misc. notes, etc.
5. Misc. notes, etc.
6. Marriage services
7. Marriage services, prayers & some misc. notes
8. Funeral and memorial services
9. Funeral and memorial services
Box 24
Folder
1. Funeral and memorial services
2. Funeral and memorial services
3. Funeral and memorial services, some misc. notes
4. Funeral and memorial services, some misc. notes & quotes
5. Tributes, addresses, drafts etc. mostly typewritten
6. Tributes, speeches, prayers on the occasion of David Rhys Williams' retirement in 1958
7. College papers
8. Commonplace book
Box 25
1. Business
2. Business
3. Tribute to Susan B. Anthony by Emma B. Sweet
a. The Susan B. Anthony Memorial by John R. Williams Sr. M.D.
4. Removed. (See D.54, Series 3, Box 1)
a. Reading notes on theology
5. Folder 5: Misc. poems, quotes, meditations, some written by members of the congregation
a. "The Family of David Rhys Williams and Lucy Adams Williams in Chicago, 1923\4-28" by George H. Williams. 1971. 44p. Xerox copy of typescript.
6. First sermon of George H. Williams
7. David Rhys Williams' notebook containing a list of numbered sermons
8. Service of committal for the Rev. David Rhys Williams, D.D. at Knollwood Cemetery Cleveland, August 28, 1970
Series III: Church material
Box 26
Folder
1. Edgartown, Mass. 1914-1916
2. North Congregational Church, Cleveland, Ohio. 1916-1924
3. North Church Forum
4. North Church Forum
5. North Church Forum
6. Cleveland Forum
7. Cleveland Forum membership cards
8. Cleveland Forum membership cards
9. Chicago, Third Unitarian Church. 1924-1928
Box 27
1. Rochester. Church membership lists, 1931-1954
2. Rochester. Church membership lists, 1955
3. Rochester. Church mailing lists, 1957-1960
Box 28
1. Rochester. Board of Trustees membership lists 1926, 1962 and undated
2. Rochester. Bulletins of First Unitarian Church
3. Rochester. Business
4. Rochester. Letters to congregation, church calendars etc.
5. Rochester. Meetings, discussions, addresses held at church
6. Rochester. "Forum Facts", the Gannett Club, Gannett House activities
7. Rochester. Misc.
8. Rochester. Monthly Bulletin of the Unitarian Church May 1941 - March 1949
Box 29
1. Rochester. The Rochester Unitarian Vols. 1-3
2. Rochester. The Rochester Unitarian Vols. 4-6
3. Rochester. The Rochester Unitarian Vols. 7-9
4. Rochester. The Rochester Unitarian Misc.
Box 30
1. Printed Responses
2. Bulletins and orders of service with David Rhys Williams mentioned
3. Unitarian Ministerial Newsletter, June 1941-March 1943
4. Unitarian/Universalist Material
a. Report on Unitarian Minister's Association Meeting January 1954. David Rhys Williams mentioned
5. Rochester churches miscellaneous
6. Homer A. Jack
7. Rhys Williams
9. Unitarian associations, societies, and social action groups: records, by-laws, agendas
This folder includes various church records, some marked "confidential," that discuss by-laws, resolutions, and agendas. Notable organizations include The American Unitarian Association, The Unitarian Ministers Association, and The Unitarian Fellowship for Social Justice.

10. Press releases related to the Unitarian Church
This folder includes "immediate release" articles about religious and political issues. Three press releases are written by Ruth Taylor, a journalist who wrote for Charles Stelzle, a sociologist and member of the Presbyterian Church.

11. Miscellaneous individual church records and writings
This folder includes documents from Unitarian churches across America that detail addresses to Unitarian ministers, records of church services, and various individual publishings of church teachings, some without titles or clear origins.

12. Miscellaneous sermons and prayers
This folder contains typed copies of sermons and prayers delivered at various Unitarian churches across the United States. None of the sermons are noted to have been written or delivered by David Rhys Williams.

Series IV: Election material
Box 30
13. Cleveland 1923, City Council, Canvassing material - ms
14. Cleveland 1923, City Council, Canvassing material - Printed
15. Cleveland 1923, City Council, Clippings
Series V: Printed material
Box 31
1. Articles by David Rhys Williams. The Christian Register 1929-1935
2. Articles by David Rhys Williams. The Christian Register 1936-1953
3. Articles by David Rhys Williams. Unity
4. Articles by David Rhys Williams. The Churchman, Advance, The Christian Leader
5. Articles by David Rhys Williams. The Journal of Liberal Religion, The Pulpit
6. Articles by David Rhys Williams. Misc. some processed material
7. Christmas meditations by David Rhys Williams. Some processed and typewritten material
8. David Rhys Williams mentioned. The Christian Register
9. David Rhys Williams mentioned. The Unitarian Register, The Churchman, Advance, The Christian Century
10. David Rhys Williams mentioned. Pamphlets etc.
11. David Rhys Williams mentioned. Pamphlets etc.
12. David Rhys Williams mentioned. Pamphlets etc.
13. David Rhys Williams mentioned. Pamphlets etc., some processed material
14. David Rhys Williams mentioned. Misc., some processed & typewritten material
15. Published material by members of Rochester church
16. Xerox copies of poems by Edwin Markham signed by the author - originals in Manuscripts Collection
Box 32
Folder
1. Albert Rhys Williams
2. George H. Williams
3. Other members of the Williams family
Series VI: Published books
Box 33
Two copies of World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Both inscribed
Folder
1. World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Proof
2. World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Typescript copy
3. World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Typescript copy
4. World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Typescript copy
5. World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Ms. & typewritten material
6. World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Reviews
7. World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Book lists with David Rhys Williams mention
Box 33a
Folder
1. World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Clippings
2. World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Clippings
3. World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Advertisements
4. World Religions and the Hope for Peace. Scrapbook with clippings, correspondence etc.
Box 34
1. Faith Beyond Humanism (Faith Lost and Found). Reviews and introduction
2. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Typewritten copy
3. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Typewritten copy
4. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Two chapters
5. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Uncorrected copy of draft
a. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Ms copy of draft
6. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Notes, corrections etc.
7. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Misc. material
8. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Reviews
9. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Misc. mention of David Rhys Williams and book
10. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Photographs and negative
11. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Talk by David Rhys Williams in First Unitarian Church, February 26, 1956
a. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Talk by David Rhys Williams to Nazareth College Group
12. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Tape of David Rhys Williams' address on Calvin Hoffman's book on Marlowe and Shakespeare, Oct. 26, 1965, Also broadcast over WHEC Oct. 31, 1965 at 8.15 p.m.
13. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Misc. material on Marlowe Society
14. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Clippings
15. Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. Clippings
Box 34a
Folder 1
Photographs re Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe. For further photographs re Shakespeare, Thy Name is Marlowe see Package 1
Series VII: Scrapbooks
Box 35
Four scrapbooks containing misc. clippings
Box 36
One scrapbook containing misc. clippings. For Further scrapbook tracing David Rhys Williams' early career up to 1936 with clippings and correspondence, see Package 4
Series VIII: Clippings
Box 37
Folder
1. Clippings - Plaza Project
2. Clippings - Plaza Project
3. Clippings - David Rhys Williams' retirement and Plaza Project
Box 38
Folder
1. Clippings - David Rhys Williams mentioned
2. Clippings - David Rhys Williams mentioned
3. Clippings - David Rhys Williams mentioned
4. Clippings - David Rhys Williams mentioned
5. Clippings - David Rhys Williams mentioned
6. Clippings - David Rhys Williams mentioned
7. Clippings - David Rhys Williams mentioned
8. Clippings - David Rhys Williams mentioned
9. Clippings - Williams family
10. Clippings - Mrs. Mary T.L. Gannett
11. Clippings - People connected with the church
12. Clippings - People connected with the church
13. Clippings - People connected with the church
14. Clippings - Misc. photographs of friends, colleagues, parishioners etc.
15. Clippings - Unitarian Church, Rochester, and Gannett House
16. Clippings - Unitarians
17. Clippings - Misc. people
18. Clippings - Misc. people
19. Clippings - Misc. people
20. Clippings - Misc. people
21. Clippings - Misc.
22. Clippings - Misc.
23. Clippings - Misc.
24. Clippings - Misc.
25. Clippings - Misc.
26. Clippings - Misc.
27. Clippings - Misc.
28. Clippings - Misc.
Box 39
Folders 1-16
Clippings - Misc.
Series IX: Books from personal library
Contain notes, inserts etc.

Box 40
List of Books in David Rhys Williams' private library (1970)
The Soul of the Bible - Ed. Ulysses G.B. Pierce
A Cup of Strength - Compiled by Robert Terry Weston
Services of Religion for Special Occasions Modern Religious Verse and Prose - Fred Merrifield
Antiphonal Readings for Free Worship - Arr. L. Griswold Williams
Great Companions - Compiled by Robert French Leavens
Great Companions, Vol. II - Compiled by Robert French Leavens
Box 41
Readings from Great Authors - Arr. John Haynes Holmes, Harvey Dee Brown, Helen Edmund Redding, Theodora Goldsmith
One Hundred Poems of Peace - Compiled by Thomas Curtis Clark & Winfred Ernest Garrison
The Search for Bridey Murphy - Morey Bernstein
American Freedom and Catholic Power - Paul Blanshard
We Believe in Immortality - Ed. Sydney Strong
Minister's Handbook - Savage
Handbook for Ministers II
Series X: Photographs, portraits, sketches
For further photographs, portraits & sketches, see Package 2

Box 42
Folder
1. Transparencies
2. Framed Photographs
3. Framed Photographs
4. Framed Photographs
5. Photographs of David Rhys Williams
6. Coloured photograph of Lucy Williams
7. Photograph of Frederick May Eliot
8. Photographs of Mrs. Mary T.L. Gannett
9. Photograph of Homer A. Jack
10. Photographs - misc.
11. Photographs - misc.
12. Photographs - misc.
13. Sketch
Series XI: Documents and memorabilia
For further documents (certificates and diplomas), see Package 3

Box 43
Folder
1. Documents - Marriage licenses, apartment leases, land contracts, Unitarian Ministers' Association certificate
2. Memorabilia - List of guests attending reception at David Rhys Williams' and Lucy Williams' fiftieth wedding anniversary
3. Memorabilia - Photoengraving block
4. Memorabilia - Framed statement from publisher
Series XII: Tape recordings
Box 43a
Folder
1. Tape on the Bible of Modern Youth and David Rhys Williams' tribute to Albert Einstein
2. List of tape recorded sermons, 1954-1955
Series XIII: Sermons and related material
Box 44
1. The Garden of Character [s.a. 288]
2. Breakdown of Religion in the Home [s.a. 421]
3. Memorial Day as Dedication Day
4. The Worshipfulness of Work [s.a. 530, 730]
5. The Ten Commandments of Science [incl. 1265]
6. Is Life Worth Living? [s.a. 403, 626]
7. The Spirit of Youth, or How to Keep From Growing Old [s.a. 586, 1378, 1512]
8. Prizes and Surprises of the Ministry [s.a. 289, 865, 972, 1312]
9. Looking Backward and Looking Forward
10. The Material vs. the Spiritual in Religion [s.a. 790]
11. The Permanency of Preaching [s.a. 1451]
12. The Magic Power of a Great and Noble Cause [s.a. 359, 811, 1515]
13. If I Had But One Sermon to Preach
14. The Faith of a Dynamic Liberalism [s.a. 619, 769, 805, 1014]
15. Britain Breaks Faith with the Jewish World [s.a. 578]
16. Unitarians Appraise Their Achievements and Opportunities
17. Liberty and Liberalism at Stake
18. Religion the River of Life
19. Is a United Church Desirable? [s.a. 713]
20. The Way in Which a Child Should Grow [s.a. 475]
21. Should Religion Be Taught to Children? [s.a. 207, 288, 602, 975]
22. Charge to the Congregation at the Installation of the Rev. W. Waldemar Argrow [s.a. 375, 446, 451]
23. Spiritual Significance of Every Member Canvass [s.a. 1202]
24. Sainted Jail Birds & If James Were Chief of Police
25. Does Ritual Hinder or Help the Religious Life? [s.a. 382?, 588]
26. Making Gods out of Men [s.a. 700]
27. Founders of Religion - Budha [s.a. 543, 910]
28. What the World Owes to Isaiah [s.a. 838]
29. What the World Owes to Zoroaster [s.a. 917]
Box 45
30. What the World Owes to Baha Ullah [s.a. 921, 1189]
31. What the World Owes to Mohammed [s.a. 547, 920]
32. What the World Owes to Mary Baker Eddy [s.a. 922]
33. What the World Owes to Jesus [s.a. 482, 572, 919]
34. What the World Owes to George Fox [encl. in 956]
35. What the World Owes to Confucius [s.a. 905]
36. A Ritual to Fit the Religion of Today
37. Bad Men in Heaven
38. Religion as Soporific or Stimulant? [s.a. 893]
39. The Quest of the Age [s.a. 778, 889]
40. The Trend Towards Humanism [s.a. 35]
41. A Liberal Looks at DeMille's "King of Kings"
42. Evidence of God from the Direction of Evolution [s.a. 618]
43. Sins That Crucify [s.a. 109, 469, 1425]
44. What It Means to Be a Humanist [s.a. 31, 778]
45. A Quarrel 2789 Years Old [s.a. 529, 1026]
46. Investments Which Still Pay Dividends [s.a. 458, 1460]
47. The Long Fight for Freedom & Bread [s.a. 178, 814, 1012]
48. Tragedies Due to Being Busy with Trifles [s.a. 408]
49. Can Religion Prosper Without the Church? [s.a. 363, 1368]
50. The Terror of War & the Technique of Peace [s.a. 507, 594, 630]
51. The Pre-requisites of a Stable Church [incl. 476, 1525]
52. A Man's True Life [s.a. 512]
53. New Year's Resolutions for Liberals
54. The Duties of the Dead [s.a. 720]
55. The Overcrowded Inn [incl. 1475]
56. Why Mr. Darrow Joins the Unitarians [s.a. 147, 354, 1141]
57. Is the Church Friend or Foe of Human Progress? [s.a. 255, 392, 784]
58. The Parable of the Four Philosophies [s.a. 355; incl. 1391]
59. The Churches Demand Disarmament
60. The Pathway to the Reality of God [s.a. 640]
61. Must We Change Our Minds on Prohibition? [s.a. 995, 1025]
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62. As a Tale That is Told [s.a. 457]
63. The Evolution of Unitarianism [s.a. 434, 1113, 1244]
64. Seven Hevens
65. Concerning Hell, or Seven Hells [s.a. 471]
66. The Fool [s.a. 473]
67. Gypsy Smith - The Man & His Message
68. Is Lawlessness Ever a Virtue? [s.a. 430, 452]
69. New Year Tasks for Religious Liberals
70. Some New Year's Resolutions for Liberals
71. How to Make Unitarianism More Useful and Universal [s.a. 608]
72. The Proposed Unitarian Program for Social Action
73. A Liberal's Appraisal of the Eucharistic Congress [s.a. 36]
74. The Divisive Function fo Prophecy [s.a. 725, 731, 1539]
75. Drinking the Bitter Dregs of Life [s.a. 256, 379, 442, 1458]
76. The New Virtues Required by This Changing World [include. 1416]
77. The Miraculous Power of Expectancy [s.a. 560, 680, 1618]
78. The Easier or the Harder Patriotism [s.a. 629]
79. From Protestantism to Catholicism - Dr. Orchard's Story
80. The Sacrilege of The Last Supper [s.a. 303, 363, 895, 1390]
81. The Bible - Pure Gold or Gold Mine? [s.a. 377, 391, 585, 782]
82. Raising One's Occupation to the Dignity of a Profession [encl. in 587; s.a. 4, 1457]
83. The Religion of Crisis
84. The Meaning of Culture
85. Man's Other Religion [s.a. 352]
86. The Immorality of Ill Health [s.a. 244, 286(?), 270, 302, 467]
87. Copies of History of Church, Order of Service, etc. [In Church Material]
88. Introduction to Russian Speaker [s.a. 891, 1230, 1734]
89. A Working Philosophy of Life [s.a. 312]
90. The Sin of the Superiority Complex [s.a. 412, 562]
91. Dr. Anna Besant
92. Moti [encl. in 906]
93. Jesus - Heretic of Nazareth - Rolling the Stone Away [s.a. 645]
94. Akhnaton [encl. in 947]
95. Roger Bacon [encl. in 953]
96. Socrates [encl. in 947]
97. Roger Williams [encl. in 955]
98. Savanarola - The Heretic of Florence
99. John Hus - Heretic of Prague [s.a. 741]
100. Michael Servetus - Heretic of Geneva [s.a. 742]
101. Woodrow Wilson [s.a. 1363]
102. Walt Whitman [encl. in 1136]
103. Removed
104. Maimonides, Jewish Rabbi Scholar & Physician [s.a. 797; include. 849a]
105. George Washington - Revalued in the Light of 200 Yrs. [s.a. 462]
106. Thomas Paine [s.a. 1074; encl. in 1133]
107. Charles Eliot [encl. in 746]
108. Joseph Priestly [s.a. 744]
109. William Ellery Channing [s.a. 456, 745]
110. Edwin Markham [encl. in 1142]
111. Karl Marx [encl. in 959]
112. The Religion of Bertrand Russell [s.a. 433]
113. Erasmus [encl. in 954]
114. Parallels Between the Lives of Lincoln and Moses [s.a. 93, 1291]
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115. Lincoln - To Whom Does Lincoln Belong? [s.a. 92, 386, 878, 1291; encl. in 1348]
116. The Significance of Giddu Krishnamurti [s.a. 1200]
117. Voltaire [encl. in 957]
118. Ingersoll [encl. in 1138]
119. Should the Church Enter Politics? [s.a. 295, 525, 1100]
120. The Religious Background of America [s.a. 302, 681, 894]
121. The Fieriness of Jesus [s.a. 344, 721]
122. The Unworthy Citizen [s.a. 97. 1100. 1395]
123. Hindrances to Humility [s.a. 788, 1569]
124. The Free Church Moves Forward [s.a. 369, 890]
125. These Unitarians [s.a. 592]
126. What Unitarians Stand for Today [s.a. 401]
127. The Birth of the Free Church of America
128. Jokes
129. The Necessity of a Larger Faith
130. The Deeper Meaning of Easter [s.a. 428, 990]
131. Who Crucified Jesus? [s.a. 34, 280, 467, 856]
132. Humanism and Mysticism [s.a. 216, 778, 1151]
133. Saints - St. Francis
134. Marcus Aurelius [encl. in 951]
135. Debs [encl. in 1139]
136. Joan of Arc
137. Rabbi Hillel [s.a. 847]
138. Mahatma Gandhi [s.a. 521, 771, 812]
139. Paul of Tarsus [include. 1011]
140. Asoka [s.a. 875; encl. in 950]
141. James Vila Blake
142. A Humanist Interprets Soviet Russia [s.a. 483]
143. Russia - Several Lectures
144. Religion in Russia
145. Soviet Russia Reconsidered
146. The Probable Results of Russian Recognition
147. Parallels Between Communism and Religion
148. The Main Function of the Church (Dr. Randall walked out on this sermon.)
149. The Long, Long Search for the Secret of Life - Easter [s.a. 712, 1483]
150. The Church - Luxury or Necessity [s.a. 509, 636]
151. Does the New Science Support Religion?
152. Man's Over-Beliefs [s.a. 880]
153. The Challenge of the Times to Youth. Chapel or Graduation Address
154. Qualifying for Immortality [s.a. 508; encl. in 1156]
155. Intimations of Immortality [s.a. 751]
156. The Spiritualization of the World by the Decentralization of Worship [include. 1285]
157. Is Immortality Still a Reasonable Hope? [s.a. 646; incl. 1306]
158. The Seven Deadly Sins of Western Civilization [s.a. 149, 389, 649]
159. The Spiritual Significance of Ag- [s.a. 472, 1413]
160. Mencken's Treatist on the Gods
161. The Pope's Invitation, or Why the Catholic Church Possesses Power
162. Youth and Fighting Spirit
163. The Technique of Living with Others [s.a. 459]
164. Tested Proverbs of Every Day Living [s.a. 724]
165. Religion of John Dewey [encl. in 1143]
166. An Ideal Mother [s.a. 437; encl. in 1315]
167. Who Are America's Public Enemies
168. The Challenge of the Times to American Motherhood [s.a. 217, 600]
169. Hopeful Signs on the Human Horizon [s.a. 576]
170. Wisdom Hath Builded Her House [s.a. 407, 1482]
171. The Immense Capacity of the Human Heart to Suffer: Nine Paths of Escape [s.a. 367; incl. 1520]
172. Graduation Speech - East High School
173. Blessed Be Imagination [s.a. 632, 1338]
174. Have We Come to the End of an Age? [s.a. 284, 285, 891]
175. What Poets Think of Religion [incl. 941]
176. Where Do You Live? [incl. 1082]
177. Have We Lost Faith?
178. The Conspiracy Against Human Nature [s.a. 526]
179. India in Bondage
180. The Ritual of Summer Religion [s.a. 762]
181. Issues Uppermost Among Unitarians Today
182. Why I Am a Religious Liberal - A Reply to Darrow [s.a. 47, 354, 1141]
183. Shall Liberals Keep Lent? [s.a. 706; incl. 1422]
184. Unrecognized Moral Perils [s.a. 577]
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185. The Influence of the Weather [s.a. 637]
186. The Most Deadly Sin of This Age
187. The Amos Society
188. Scriptures That Have Hindered Human Progress [incl. 1438]
189. The Baseness of Being Disloyal in a Crisis - Nicodemus [incl. 1513]
190. The Follies of 1931
191. Have We a Duty in the Case of Thomas Mooney
192. Sacco and Vanzetti - The American Dreyfus Case
193. The Dynamic Power of a Germinating Ideas [s.a. 440, 1393]
194. Can Religion Prosper Without Faith in God and Immortality? [s.a. 504, 862]
195. The Dramatic Story of the Jew [encl. in 940]
196. The Song Which the Angels Sang [s.a. 575]
197. Unscientific Science [s.a. 319, 798]
198. The Two Fundamental Attitudes Towards the Universe [s.a. 423, 781, 1269]
199. A Human View of Easter [s.a. 804]
200. Is Our Christianity in a Condition to Be Exported? [s.a. 1218]
201. Man's Attempt to Avoid Self-Contempt [s.a. 323, 614]
202. Parallels Between Biological and Theological Evolution [encl. in 1080]
203. Does Capital Punishment Punish? [encl. in 1364]
204. The Mystery of Life. Story of Evolution
205. Every Member at Church Sunday
206. The Timeless Message of Palm Sunday [s.a. 226, 427, 747, 1154]
207. The Goodwin Plan
208. The Spiritual Import of the Oxford Group Movement
209. The Sin of Statistics [s.a. 1303; encl. 1286a]
210. The Real Foes of Genuine Religion [s.a. 884]
211. The Pilgrim Fathers and City Fathers
212. The Lineage of Jesus [incl. 842]
213. The Long, Long Fight for Freedom [s.a. 38, 814]
214. The Meaning and Worth of Worship [s.a. 490]
215. Marks of True Greatness [s.a. 299, 723]
216. The Pathos of Uncompleted Lives [s.a. 825]
217. Some Marks of Adulthood [s.a. 541]
218. Arya-Incas - The Message of a Lost Civilization to Our Day
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219. The Priesthood of Little Children [s.a. 871]
220. The Idea of God and the Changing Social Order [s.a. 542, 674]
221. The Insurgency of Jesus [s.a. 581, 721, 1260]
222. What Shall We Think of Immortality? [s.a. 119]
223. The Priority of Man Over Institutions [s.a. 729]
224. The Extravagance of Violence [s.a. 731]
225. The Ethics and Ritual of the Truth Seeker [s.a. 313, 728, 1535]
226. The Practicableness of Heaven on Earth
227. The Egotism of Holiness
228. The Virginity of All Motherhood [s.a. 513]
229. The Wickedness of Unearned Wealth
230. The Piety of Social Restitution
231. The Beauty of Unconscious Goodness [s.a. 484, 489; incl. 1424]
232. Can We Follow Jesus Today? [s.a. 711]
233. Humanity's Tragic Credulities and Self-Deception [s.a. 337, 1223; incl. 1486]
234. Supremacy of Religion's Claims [encl. in 1358]
235. Lead, Kindly Light [s.a. 1198]
236. What the Motion Pictures are Doing to Our Children
237. Do We Know the Way to Peace? [s.a. 702, 1700]
238. Is Oblivion the Final Fate of Humanity's Heroes?
239. Whence Come Our Christmas Customs? [s.a. 841, 1124]
240. Rochester a Century Hence [s.a. 233]
241. Have We Broken Faith?
242. Ideals in Religions Education [s.a. 21, 464, 602, 705, 975]
243. 20,000 Ministers Speak Their Minds
244. Redigging the Wells of Our Fathers [s.a. 244; incl. 1098]
245. Some Common Types of Self-Deception [s.a. 377, 1004]
246. The Triumph of Light Over Darkness [encl. in 1479]
247. Architecture and Religion [s.a. 685, 1657]
248. Mary of Nazareth [s.a. 131, 437]
249. Four Sermons on Work, Worship, Love, and Play [encl. in 530-33]
250. Freedom! What From? What For?
251. Humanism and Mysticism - A Reply [s.a. 110]
252. The Spiritual Significance of Voluntary Motherhood [encl. in 370a; s.a. 136, 223, 308, 310a, 607, 609, 937, 1149, 1409, 1494, 1516]
253. The Mystery of Them That Sleep at Easter [s.a. 432, 597]
254. The Dawn of Conscience [s.a. 404, 1318]
255. Man's Warfare Within Himself [s.a. 514b; incl. 1487]
256. Making the World Safe for Diversity [incl. 1484]
257. Trends in International Relations
258. The Evolution of Love
259. The Obligation to Love Ourselves [s.a. 264, 732, 1367]
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260. The Art of Understanding One Another [s.a. 20, 21, 184; incl. 1369]
261. The Glorious Wistfulness of Palm [s.a. 171, 393, 507]
262. What We Live By - Dimnet [encl. in 1061]
263. Has Science Discovered God? [encl. in 1062]
264. When Religion Loses Its Savor [s.a. 1054]
265. And He Called His Name Jesus [incl. 1471]
266. The Rich Young Ruler & Jesus [s.a. 450, 1235]
267. The Inadequacy of Social Relief [s.a. 460]
268. Rochesterians Whose Names Will Live [s.a. 205]
269. The Search for God
270. Intimations of Diety
271. Prayer in an Age of Science [s.a. 387, 424, 435, 497, 648, 780]
272. Conscience and the Constitution - MacIntosh Case [s.a. 998]
273. World Revolution and Religion
274. A New Religious Alignment Under Way
275. The Loneliness of Leadership [s.a. 494, 988]
276. The Temptations of Leadership [s.a. 983, 568]
277. The Secret of Christmas Radiance [s.a. 962, 1046]
278. Jesus the Mirror of God [s.a. 801]
279. The Vitamins of a Healthy Personality [s.a. 77, 209, 270, 467, 927]
280. Religion and the Sense of Humor [s.a. 449, 634, 927, 986]
281. The Lowering of Public Standards [s.a. 1096]
282. Our Vanishing Liberties
283. Making Good of the Residue [encl. in 1279]
284. The Fundamental Dualism of Life [s.a. 432, 1001, 1401]
285. The Delusive Punch in Pugilism
286. The Soldier's Field with its Eucharistic Congress & Pugilistic Combat
287. The Atavistic Punch in Pugilism [s.a. 251]
288. What the World Owes to Religion [s.a. 561; incl. 1274]
289. Mathematical Problems [s.a. 410]
290. The Church Joyful [s.a. 48, 392; incl. 1033]
291. What to do with the Blues [s.a. 487]
292. Education in America - Radio Address [s.a. 258]
293. Education and the Prevention of Crime [s.a. 1264]
294. Armistice Day - How Should we Celebrate? [s.a. 71, 127, 202, 203, 206, 731, 1035]
295. Religion and Refinement in Manners [s.a. 569, 620]
296. The Baseness of Being Disloyal in a Crisis [encl. in 1281]
297. The Church of Humanity [encl. in 1356]
298. Roads to Happiness [s.a. 1275; incl. 1415]
299. The Wondrous Mystery of Incarnation [s.a. 1046, 1275]
300. Jesus the Man
301. Jesus of Nazareth [s.a. 672]
302. Jesus a Myth - Brandes [s.a. 672]
303. Jesus the Man Nobody Knows
304. The Obscurity of Life's Beginnings [s.a. 903]
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305. Man the Unknown - Carrell [s.a. 77, 244, 467]
306. The Far-flung Literal Domain
307. Kagawa Visits America
308. In Defence of Hypocracy [encl. in 1270]
309. What Unitarians Believe Today [s.a. 704]
310. Salvation by Character
311. Does Life Spell Accident of Design [s.a. 314, 883]
312. Eternity of the Unseen [s.a. 1360]
313. When World Problems Depress Us [s.a. 599, 719, 1522]
314. Burbank [encl. in 1140]
315. The Cross of Fate and the Cross of Faith - Palm Sunday [s.a. 109, 596, 1236]
316. Bringing Immortality to Light [s.a. 1031, 1272, 1349, 1746; incl. 1684]
317. Our Duty to the Brute Creation [incl. 1462]
318. What God Means to Me [encl. in 1059]
319. What Can the Church Do for Social Justice [s.a. 139, 285, 891]
320. A Practical Plan for Economic Justice [s.a. 139, 284]
321. Trophies that Revive Our Courage for Old Age [s.a. 1225]
322. The Decalogue of Happy Marriage [s.a. 1057; incl. 1121]
323. The Beatitudes of Childhood [s.a. 1, 21, 763]
324. The Future of Liberal Religion [s.a. 8, 11, 162, 207, 284, 856]
325. The Return to Religion
326. Where to look for God
327. Why Jehova has Outlived all Gods [encl. in 1088]
328. Whom the Gods Would Destroy [s.a. 480, 481, 495, 696, 826]
329. The Nature and Meaning of Wonder [encl. in 1280]
330. The Nation Forces a Decision [s.a. 448, 525, 1100]
331. Nebuchanezzar at the Gates [s.a. 570]
332. My Stand on War [s.a. 775]
333. Bowing in the House of Rimmon [incl. 1283]
334. Perservering in a Great Work [s.a. 180, 723]
335. Annual Report Speech
336. Testimonial to Rabbi Bernstein [s.a. 308, 969]
337. The Moral Wealth of America [s.a. 98, 894]
338. How Shall Jesus Be Remembered [s.a. 71; incl. 1390]
339. Introduction to Prof. Watkeys
340. Bernstein's Analysis of Passion Play [s.a. 308]
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341. Hammer's Sermon
342. The Struggle for Spanish Democracy [s.a. 631, 845, 1474]
343. The Plagues of Egypt [s.a. 301, 305, 366, 996]
344. It is not Wisdom to be only Wise [s.a. 962, 1125, 1603]
345. Remember Lot's Wife - The Danger of Wistful Retrospection [encl. in 1208]
346. Should the Temple of Religion exact Tribute [s.a. 1604]
347. Has Life an Obvious Purpose? [s.a. 673, 1537; encl. in 786]
348. The Contradictory Nature of Truth [s.a. 190, 432, 728, 1535]
349. How Disaster Reveals Devinity [s.a. 276]
350. Life's Unanswerable Questions
351. Are Men of Sincerity Ever Out-moded? [incl. 1402]
352. Windows into the Life of Jesus [encl. in 1359]
353. Four Ways of Regarding Our Fellow Men [incl. 1436]
354. The Laboratory Method of Jesus [s.a. 162, 783, 985]
355. Jesus or Barabbas [s.a. 802, 1502]
356. Is life futile without Immortality? [s.a. 646; incl. 1503]
357. Jests Men Play on themselves
358. Reducing the Friction in Our Lives [s.a. 166, 810]
359. My Cleveland Anti-War Sermon
360. The Tactfulness of Jesus [encl. in 987]
361. How We Rationalize Our Failures [incl. 1268]
362. Mothers Ex-Offcio [encl. in 1241]
363. Five Issues Among Unitarians
364. The Story of a Shipwreck [s.a. 365]
365. Dillettante Believers in Deity [s.a. 361; encl. in 1172]
366. Irish Republic [s.a. 1449]
367. Implementing the Church to Deal with Inter-Human Relations [s.a. 611, 662]
368. Must We Abandon Hope for a United World? [s.a. 415, 633]
369. The Foremost Question of Our Lives
370. Rounds in the Ladder of Worship [s.a. 149, 179, 490, 685, 692]
371. I Yahweh [encl. in 1060]
372. Persistent Delusions of the Human Race [s.a. 1468; encl. in 1223]
373. Religion and Psychology [s.a. 1024]
374. Unitarians Choose a Beloved Symbol [s.a. 1030]
375. How Shall We Honour Our Dead [s.a. 1481]
376. Can We Believe in a Personal God? [s.a. 443]
377. Community Chest - 5 Minute Speech
378. Our Share in the Guilt of the World [s.a. 528]
379. Religious Significance of Euthanasia [s.a. 99, 721; encl. in 1162]
380. What it Means to be Educated [s.a. 886]
381. The Note of Triumph in the Christmas Drama
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382. The Note of Tragedy in the Christmas Drama [s.a. 1045]
383. Some Unrecognised Victims of America [encl. in 1357]
384. A Practical Program Looking Toward Peace
385. Some Compensations of Illness [s.a. 1336]
386. The Literary Method of Jesus [s.a. 984]
387. Some Distorted Views of Religion [s.a. 76]
388. Emanuel Swedenborg - 250 Years
389. Clarence Darrow a Man Better than his Creed [s.a. 47, 147; encl. in 1141]
390. The Peril in Professional Religion [s.a. 49; encl. in 1231]
391. The Turn in the Tide of Faith
392. Religious Declaration of Independence [encl. in 1170]
393. My Harvard Alumni Address [s.a. 85, 1650, 1699, 1750]
394. The Magic Power of a Great and Noble Cause [s.a. 12, 811, 1515]
395. The Sons of Hagar [incl. 1437]
396. The Identity of Faith and Deity [s.a. 313, 373, 388, 443, 1172, 1314]
397. Letters to Frank Wicks
398. Can Religion Function Without Organisation [s.a. 40, 1386]
399. Unitarians and Controversial Issues of Our Day [s.a. 362, 1257]
400. A True Picture of Jesus [s.a. 329, 399]
401. The Genius of Israel [s.a. 308, 968, 969]
402. What to do for a Troubled Heart [s.a. 136, 1520]
403. "As a Hiding Place from the Wind" [s.a. 1271]
404. The Present Move Towards a United Church [s.a. 102, 890]
405. Things of Good Report
406. My Tribute to Margaret Sanger [s.a. 1246, 1518; incl. 217, 1494]
407. The Theology of Jesus [encl. in 1058]
408. American Tradition of Asylum for the Oppressed - Paul List [s.a. 1096]
409. An Unexplored Approach to God [s.a. 330, 361, 388, 443, 1172, 1314]
410. The Uses of Frustration - Cleveland City Council Story [encl. in 1205]
411. Installation Prayer for David Samnons [s.a. 22, 446, 451, 1172, 1565, 1227, 1731]
412. Who Are the Americans? [s.a. 1395; incl. 1037]
413. The Face-Saving Myths of Nations [s.a. 466, 535, 815, 1004]
414. Famous Examples of Noblesse Oblige [s.a. 1076, 1135]
415. Humanity's Tears [s.a. 66, 442; incl. 1397]
416. Crescendo in the Christmas Aria [incl. 1404]
417. Time Marches on - But wither? [encl. in 1278]
418. Making Ritual Safe for Religion [s.a. 24]
419. Jewish Brethren - Fear Not
420. The Tower of Babel and its Confusion of Tongues [encl. in 1282]
421. Keeping Sane Amidst Life's Tragedies [encl. in 1206]
422. Counterparts of Lincoln in this and other Lands [s.a. 92, 93, 794, 1291]
423. Let Us Beware How We Pray [s.a. 236, 648, 780, 1067]
424. Identifying the Reality Called God [s.a. 361, 443, 748, 1066, 1343]
425. Does Man Need a Sense of Sin? [s.a. 649, 1069]
426. The Forgotten Shepherd [encl. in 456]
427. America's costly Neglect of the Bible [s.a. 72, 535; incl. 1310]
428. The Strange Tenacity of the Church [s.a. 48, 784; incl. 1370]
429. The Amazing Triumph of Jesus [s.a. 226; incl. 1305]
430. Humanity's most Daring Postulate [s.a. 119, 120; incl. 1426]
431. Let Us Stop Our War Against China
432. The Test of a Man's Religion [s.a. 1286b]
433. The Peril of the Apron String [incl. 1518]
434. The Stark Realities Which the Liberal Must Face Today [s.a. 1009]
435. Wonders Unsurpassed Await Thee [s.a. 365, 438, 939, 1010]
436. The Two-fold Appeal of Religion [s.a. 1022]
437. What Unitarians Believe [s.a. 10, 104; incl. 1441]
438. The Role of the Church in a War-torn World [s.a. 669]
439. The Importance of Living Now [s.a. 6; incl. 1368]
440. The Evolution of Ethical Religion [s.a. 219; encl. in 1318]
441. Freud's Life of Moses
442. Centenary of Henry George [encl. in 1318]
443. The House of Wisdom [s.a. 135; incl. 1482]
444. The Story of the Witless Guardian [s.a. 39]
445. America's Responsibility in the Present Crisis [s.a. 715]
446. Quizzes for Young People [s.a. 106, 566, 653]
447. The Value of Traditions
448. The Parable of the Unbrotherly Brother [s.a. 80, 562]
449. The Chemistry of Spiritual Power [s.a. 99, 344, 388]
450. Material on Faith [s.a. 1342]
451. A Psalm of Hope [s.a. 112, 333, 483, 498]
452. The Paradox in the Christmas Prophecy [encl. in 1123]
453. Signs of Promise [encl. in 1132]
454. Protestantism's Challenge [s.a. 598, 698, 792]
455. The Bible of the World
456. Losing Liberty through Hatred
457. The Place of Religion in the Home [s.a. 2; incl. 1008]
458. Observing Lent with the Poets
459. Two Basic Views of Life [s.a. 163, 781, 1269]
460. All Men Pray [s.a. 497]
461. The Wrath of God in "The Grapes of Wrath"
462. Gannett Dinner [s.a. 671]
463. The Parade That Made History - Palm Sunday [s.a. 171, 747; incl. 1704]
464. What Easter Means to Us [s.a. 108, 990]
465. Unitarian Statistics and Who's Who
466. Conscience and the State - Conscientious Objection [s.a. 59, 452]
467. Easter and Immortality for 1941 [encl. in 601]
468. Our Life - A Paradox [s.a. 218, 249, 313, 637; incl. 1401]
469. The Case of Bertrand Russell [s.a. 90]
Box 56
470. Descending Mt. Dogma [s.a. 1113; encl. in 54]
471. What It Means to Pray [s.a. 236, 387, 424, 497, 780, 1316]
472. Securing the Foundations of Freedom - Endorsement Fund [s.a. 537, 1346]
473. The Mother of Jesus [s.a. 131, 213]
474. Why We Have Rites and Ceremonies - Festival of Flowers [s.a. 399, 475, 565, 650]
475. Blest Be the Tie That Binds - Report of A.W.A. 1940
476. The Most Powerful Force in the World [s.a. 158; incl. 1393]
477. The Temple of God - Sanctuary for All People [encl. in 823]
478. Man's Cup of Sorrow [s.a. 66, 379; incl. 1458]
479. Can We Believe in a Personal God? [s.a. 341, 361, 373, 388, 960, 1091, 1314]
480. When Two Paganisms Clash
481. Why Go to Church?
482. Hannar Ordination [s.a. 375, 451]
483. Religion and the Use of Force [s.a. 430, 477]
484. The Praiseworthy Citizen [s.a. 100, 295]
485. "Conquest By Laughter" [s.a. 245, 634, 1172]
486. Jesus and Well-to-do Youth [s.a. 231; encl. in 1235]
487. George's Ordination [s.a. 22, 375, 446, 1565]
488. When Law and Conscience Conflict [s.a. 59, 430]
489. Torch Club Speech
490. The Strange Story of Rabban Gamaliel [s.a. 848]
491. Preparing for the Blessing of Christmas [s.a. 900; incl. 1403]
492. Behind the Scenes in the Christmas Drama [s.a. 390; incl. 1126]
493. How We Spend Our Years [s.a. 53]
494. Today's Safer Investments [s.a. 37; incl. 1460]
495. Getting Along With Others [s.a. 28; incl. 1111]
496. A Catholic Tribute to a Unitarian Prophet [s.a. 232]
497. The Great Hatred - Anti-Semitism
498. Washington and America Today [s.a. 83, 797]
499. Strengthening Our Inner Defenses [s.a. 583]
500. A Sermon Made to Order [s.a. 207, 705, 1095]
501. A Voice in the Wilderness [encl. in 739]
502. Notes on Bible Lecture [s.a. 377, 1004]
503. Mental Ills and Physical Ailments [s.a. 77, 244, 270]
504. After the War - What?
505. Sins That Lead to Crucifixion [s.a. 34, 109; incl. 1425]
506. The Easter Hope in Song and Poetry [s.a. 1237]
507. The Reality of Hell [s.a. 56]
508. The Revering Agnostic [s.a. 124; incl. 1413]
Box 57
509. Is Woman More Religious Than Man? [s.a. 57; incl. 1456]
510. A Pilgrimage to Unitarian Shrines [s.a. 16]
511. "The Four-Fold Growth of the Child" [s.a. 20, 515, 816]
512. The Rock on Which the Church Is Built [s.a. 1525; encl. in 42]
513. Religion and the Use of Force [s.a. 430, 440, 447, 731, 1084]
514. Frederick Douglas [s.a. 538, 582]
515. The Grammar of Love [s.a. 223, 287]
516. The Mills of the Gods [s.a. 293, 481, 495, 524, 696]
517. The Bee that Robs the Flower [s.a. 696]
518. What Christians Hold in Common [s.a. 26g, 572, 919]
519. What Hope for Religion in Russia? [s.a. 112, 415, 510, 539]
520. Two Wives - One Beautiful, One Ugly [s.a. 196, 1424]
521. Accounting for Our Many Blessings [incl. 1396]
522. Killing the Thing We Love [s.a. 904]
523. Courage for Daily Living [s.a. 256, 762]
524. The Bill of Rights - 150 Years
525. Christmas Now More than Ever [s.a. 961]
526. The Psychology of Worship [s.a. 179, 335; encl. in 1204]
527. Jeremiah and Today's World [incl. 839]
528. "One Foot in Heaven"
529. Conserving Our Resources for the Task Ahead
530. The Solitude of Leadership [s.a. 240, 988]
531. When it is Dark Enough [s.a. 293, 296, 480, 481; encl. in 1043]
532. Susan B. Anthony [s.a. 622, 641, 701, 1074, 1298, 1491]
533. Prayer in Such a Time as This [s.a. 112, 424, 44335, 483, 648]
534. Russian War Relief Appeal
535. The Welsh Have a Word for it [s.a. 557, 675, 1150, 1186, 1381, 1615]
536. Whom do the Japanese Worship?
537. Blue Laws, Blue Ministers and Blue Citizens
538. Shall We Follow Tired Religious Leaders? [s.a. 779]
539. 1942 Lectures on Patriarchs [s.a. 594]
540. Where there is no vision [s.a. 159, 862]
541. The Prophet of the Exile [s.a. 840]
542. The Pearl and the Oyster
543. To Set at Liberty them that are Bruised [s.a. 226, 393, 989]
544. Bringing Immortality to Light [s.a. 119, 281; encl. in 1156]
545. Priorities and the Church [s.a. 116, 636]
Box 58
546. The Changing Attitude Toward Russia [s.a. 483]
547. Music [s.a. 557, 675]
548. A Man's True Wealth [s.a. 43]
549. The Virginity of all Motherhood [s.a. 133, 193, 1167]
550. The Effect of the War on Liberal Religion
551. The Battlefield of the Soul [s.a. 220, 1487]
552. Lest We Forget
553. Dr. Temple's Address
554. Where the Church Can Serve Most Today
555. Professor Fairchild Memorial
556. The Liberal Faith in Song and Poetry [s.a. 557, 616, 841, 1005, 1171]
557. The Noise of Thy Waterspouts
558. Can We Afford to Ignore the Protest of Gandhi? [s.a. 111f, 771]
559. Plain Talk About Talking Together
560. The Faith of Columbus
561. Truth or Consequences [s.a. 480]
562. The Far-Reaching Importance of This Year's Election [s.a. 97, 100, 295, 448, 1100]
563. Religion's Protest Against Deflating the Dignity of Man [s.a. 143]
564. From Whom All Blessings Flow
565. Praise the Lord and Share Our Great Tradition - Union Thanksgiving Service Address [s.a. 152, 343, 435, 936]
566. Age-Long Duel Between the Left and the Right [s.a. 36, 1026]
567. What Men Live By - Work
568. What Men Live By - Play
569. What Men Live By - Love
570. What Men Live By - Worship
571. The Increase of His Government [s.a. 901]
572. The Best Selling Book of Today [s.a. 391]
573. The Message of Robert Burns
574. Why Make Bequests to the Church? [s.a. 436, 1346]
575. The Achilles' Heel of American Democracy [s.a. 5, 478, 582, 1346]
576. Watches, Old or New, for Russian Doctors and Nurses [s.a. 483]
577. Burdenko Letters
578. Discussion Syllabus on Unitarian Faith
579. Signs of Maturity [s.a. 182, 1209; incl. 1414]
580. The Religious Foundations of the New World Order [s.a. 185, 674]
581. The Buddhist Path of Detachment from Desire [s.a. 26a, 547, 555, 617, 910]
582. The Dionysian Path of Abandonment [s.a. 545, 547, 555, 556]
Box 59
583. The Promethean Path of Unceasing Creativity [s.a. 544]
584. The Emergency Which Confronts Our Church [s.a. 898]
585. The Mohammedan Path of Conquest [s.a. 26e, 920]
586. The Challenge of Our Church School
587. Religion of Thos. Jefferson [s.a. 658; encl. in 958]
588. The Trumpet Call of Easter [s.a. 431; incl. 1665]
589. About and By John R. Williams [s.a. 1112, 1433, 1489]
590. George's Article on the Prophets: Priest, Prophet and Proletariat, by George H. Williams
591. Homer's Defense of C. O. [s.a. 571, 661]
592. Home Making as a Career [encl. in 600]
593. The Apollonian Path of the Golden Mean [s.a. 543, 544, 545, 547, 617]
594. The Christian Path of Redemptive Love [s.a. 555, 617]
595. The Music and Poetry Called Forth by This War [s.a. 511, 675]
596. Unitarians Attempt to State Their Faith
597. What Is It We Most Remember?
598. Wishful Thinking - Good and Bad [s.a. 68, 680; incl. 1618]
599. Why Join the Church? [s.a. 253]
600. The Illusion of the Far Country [s.a. 80, 412]
601. The Sovereignty of God [s.a. 1020]
602. Albert Schweitzer, A Modern German Saint [s.a. 774, 817, 1523]
603. Keeping Holy Day with Israel [s.a. 160, 296, 383, 523]
604. Unitarian History Quiz [s.a. 410, 653]
605. The Memorial of Virtue [s.a. 916, 1237]
606. The Lust for Power [incl. 1499]
607. Just the Art of Being Kind [s.a. 260]
608. Lest We Forget - Armistice Sunday 1943 [s.a. 296]
609. Homer Jack's Sermon [s.a. 553, 1272]
610. The Christian Harvest [s.a. 26g, 482, 919]
611. The Golden Rule in all Religions [s.a. 929]
612. Memorial Service to Soldiers [s.a. 702]
613. The Aftermath of Christmas [s.a. 161]
614. Hopeful Signs on the Human Horizon [s.a. 134]
615. Today's Seven Deadly Sins [s.a. 123, 149, 649]
616. Christians must Protest Closing Palestine to Jewish Refugees [s.a. 15, 827]
617. Jokes Based on the Bible [s.a. 106, 245, 34, 986, 1472]
618. Thomas Paine - Prophet of the World Federation [s.a. 84]
619. Jesus the Insurgent [s.a. 186]
620. Does God Draw the Color Line? [s.a. 478, 538, 1364]
621. The Disciplines of Freedom [s.a. 463]
622. Memorial Service for Barbara Lull
Box 60
623. Memorial Service for Leroy Snyder [s.a. 588, 749, 916, 1566]
624. Albert Rhys Williams' Survey Graphic on Russia [s.a. 1590]
625. The Art of Growing Old Graciously [s.a. 7, 1064, 1108]
626. Finding the Song in Our Work [s.a. 73, 587; incl. 1457]
627. The Place of Ritual in Religion [s.a. 24, 438, 585, 650]
628. [encl. in 670]
629. Dr. Gannett - In Memoriam in "Unity" [s.a. 1064, 1333, 1705]
630. Education for Freedom
631. Some Recent Tributes to Our Liberal Faith - Irvin S. Cobb's Farewell [s.a. 103]
632. Thanksgiving on The Gripsholm, by Margo Bailey Speer
633. An Adventure in World Order [s.a. 41]
634. Significant Letters from Young Men in the Church
635. The Four Crosses [s.a. 280]
636. The Mighty Marvel [s.a. 218, 432, 601]
637. Religion in the Public Schools [s.a. 418, 716, 792, 1056]
638. Preparing for the Tribulations to Come [s.a. 278]
639. The Oldest and Most Essential Profession - Mother's Day [s.a. 133, 755; incl. 554]
640. For Easter 1945
641. What I Wish the Church School Had Taught Me [s.a. 21, 975, 1002, 1021]
642. The Leadership of the Competent
643. Anti-Semitic Propaganda
644. News from the Church Front - contains World Order Compact
645. The Story of George Williams
646. The Larger Aspects of Planned Parenthood [s.a. 217, 609, 638, 677, 937]
647. Advancing the Liberal Cause [s.a. 62]
648. Birth Control Envelope (pamphlets)
649. Unitarian Literature Envelope
650. Why I Am Proud of the 1st Unitarian Church of Rochester [s.a. 662, 1230b, 1707]
651. The Gospel According to America
652. Open Forum and Address
653. Our Self-Revealing Judgments [incl. 1394]
654. Can the Future Be Foretold? [s.a. 835, 1165]
655. Worship Common to Jew, Catholic and Protestant [s.a. 519, 841]
656. Three Basic Moral Codes [s.a. 556]
657. The Evidence of a Spiritual Universe [s.a. 33; incl. 1534]
658. Dogs [s.a. 1381a]
659. Good Manners Even in War Time [s.a. 260]
Box 61
660. Letter to Mr. Roosevelt [s.a. 654, 1573, 1735]
661. Tablet Address to Susan B. Anthony [s.a. 496, 1298]
662. Rounds in the Ladder of Worship [s.a. 335, 692]
663. World Order Sunday
664. Ben Grower - Information Please
665. What Makes Life Worth Living [s.a. 6, 403]
666. The Magic of a Grateful Heart
667. A Tribute to the Congregationalists [s.a. 972, 1263, 1317]
668. Folder of "Advances" [in Printed Material]
669. Do the Claims of Patriotism and Religion Conflict? [s.a. 69, 873]
670. What Good Can Come From War? [s.a. 41, 189, 702]
671. Jewish Feast of Lights [s.a. 307, 845; encl. in 1474(?)]
672. The Story That Never Grows Old [s.a. 138, 1338]
673. Let There Be Light [s.a. 333]
674. Wit, Humor and Religion [s.a. 106, 245, 449, 986, 1472]
675. Shakespeare, Bacon, Marlowe [encl. in 1350]
676. Why People Go to Church [s.a. 115, 509]
677. Just Too Much Snow [s.a. 150, 313, 432, 1492]
678. The Future of the Family [s.a. 217, 607, 609]
679. Material on the Greek Church
680. Pathways to God [s.a. 51]
681. Susan B. Anthony 125th Anniversary [s.a. 496, 701, 915, 1074, 1298, 1491]
682. A Time to Search Our Hearts [s.a. 583]
683. Material on Post-War World
684. What Unitarians Believe About God [s.a. 234, 1010, 1066]
685. What Unitarians Believe About Jesus [s.a. 81c; encl. in 1065]
686. What Unitarians Believe About Immortality [s.a. 122, 321, 601, 929, 1071]
687. About Miracles [encl. in 1068]
688. About Prayer [encl. in 1067; s.a. 236, 387, 435, 780]
689. About Sin [encl. in 1069; s.a. 34, 123, 149, 389, 469, 577]
690. Rites Heremones(?) [encl. in 1070; s.a. 438, 588]
691. Material on Peace Plans [s.a. 781, 968, 1317, 1435]
692. Fidelity to the Pilgrims' Spirit by Leslie T. Pennington [s.a. 681, 968, 1317, 1435]
693. Quizzes on Bible and Unitarians [s.a. 254, 566, 625]
694. A Man Dies and the Whole World Mourns: Tribute to Franklin D. Roosevelt [s.a. 621, 1573]
695. The Truth About Pearl Harbor
696. A Time for Dedication
697. Introduction to John D. La Wall [s.a. 659]
698. Thomas Jefferson and His Bible [s.a. 549, 958]
699. La Wall in Russia [s.a. 657]
700. Letter from Edward T. Wentworth
701. Homer's Radio Transcript [s.a. 571]
702. A Laymen's Church [s.a. 332, 611, 1707]
703. Bible Charts [missing]
704. Early Sermons
705. The Roman Catholic Church [s.a. 686, 687]
706. Christmas 1945
707. Russia and White's Book [s.a. 682]
708. Are We Ready? [encl. in 1209; s.a. 912]
709. The Church's Rôle Today [s.a. 402]
710. Scapegoats, Ancient and Modern [s.a. 589]
Box 62
711. Frank Gannett [s.a. 426, 1049; in Correspondence]
712. Jesus - Myth or Fact? [incl. 1423; s.a. 266, 267]
713. Has Life Any Meaning [incl. 1537; s.a. 312]
714. The Religious Foundation for the New World Order [s.a. 542]
715. Music That Shapes Our Destiny [s.a. 499, 511, 519, 557, 616, 1186, 1381]
716. The Witchery of Halloween
717. Ministerial Counseling and Planned Parenthood (Pamphlets) [Removed; s.a. 217, 607, 609, 638, 734b]
718. Why Peace-time Conscription? [incl. 1055]
719. Julia R. Brewington Funeral
720. The Testing Time of Our Faith [s.a. 68, 560]
721. Our Puritan Heritage [s.a. 98, 302, 682, 652, 685, 756, 832, 1317, 1435]
722. John Haynes Holmes and David Rhys Williams on USSR [s.a. 667]
723. Wyer on Bill of Rights
724. The Church Beautiful
725. How Architecture Reveals What We Worship [s.a. 212, 681; incl. 1657]
726. When Protestants and Catholics Marry [s.a. 665, 787]
727. Pamphlet on Protestant and Catholic Marriage
728. Thank God for Christmas
729. Hanley's Documents on Syphilis [s.a. 1400, 1677]
730. Dramatic Paragraphs in the Story of 1945
731. Palestine Material
732. The Place of the Offertory in the Service of Worship [s.a. 335, 685, 688]
733. Religious Education Material [s.a. 694, 705]
734. Education Material for Character [s.a. 693]
735. Letters to United Unitarian Appeal on Selling Unitarian Honours [in Correspondence]
736. Copies of "Advance"
737. Terrible is the Revolt of Sheep [s.a. 293, 480, 481]
738. Dr. Newton Mann [s.a. 1298; encl. in 736]
739. Several Pamphlets by Professor Moehlman [s.a. 598, 1627]
740. Truth About Palestine [encl. in 691]
741. The Sin of Impersonating God [s.a. 25, 808]
742. Susan B. Anthony 126th Anniversary [s.a. 496, 641]
743. Greater Love Hath No Man [s.a. 202, 574, 630]
744. Has Fa[s]cism Been Conquered? [s.a. 731]
745. The Free Truth Moves Forward [s.a. 274]
746. A Dynamic Church School or No Church [s.a. 207, 464, 693, 1095]
747. How Humanists Observe Lent [s.a. 148]
748. Recent Material on Russia (Not a sermon)
749. [encl. in 1134]
750. David T. Williams
751. Liberal Re-thinking (Not a sermon)
752. Youth for Christ - But Which Christ? [s.a. 197]
753. Man's Search for the Secret of Life [s.a. 114]
754. Twelve Gates to Heaven [s.a. 19]
755. Grover W. Lapp [s.a. 1181]
756. Esther
757. Horace Mann - 150 Years [encl. in 1134; s.a. 598, 792]
758. Speech at Annual Meeting 1946
759. The Free Church Sounds the Trumpet
760. Where the Temple Was Built [s.a. 278; incl. 1522]
Box 63
761. Let the Dead Bury the Dead [s.a. 45]
762. The Flaming Character of Jesus [s.a. 99, 1260]
763. Is There Free Will? (Not a sermon) [s.a. 1585]
764. Wherein Lies True Greatness [s.a. 180, 299, 1087]
765. Helpful Precepts by Which to Live [s.a. 129]
766. The Sword of the Spirit [incl. 1541; s.a. 65]
767. What is the Heart of Religion? [s.a. 726b]
768. The Hebrew Prophets and the Heart of Religion [s.a. 726a]
769. Grateful Tribute to a Country Preacher [s.a. 709]
770. The Sovereignty of Truth [incl. 1535; s.a. 313, 190, 923]
771. The Priority of Man Over Institutions [s.a. 188; incl. 729]
772. The Worshipfulness of Work [s.a. 4, 73; incl. 1538]
773. The Folly of Fighting Evil with Evil [s.a. 104, 189, 477, 440, 703; incl. 1539]
774. The Duty of Making Peace Within Ourselves [s.a. 224, 593; incl. 1536]
775. The Healing Power of Christmas
776. The Nuremberg Trials
777. "The Psychology of Parenthood" by 0. Spurgeon English [s.a. 677]
778. Material on Einstein [s.a. 1091; encl. in 960]
779. 100th Anniversary of Church in Rochester [s.a. 1001, 1188, 1681; encl. in 697]
780. Speech on Russia
781. This is no Time to be Confused [s.a. 722]
782. Our Unitarian Lineage: John the Baptizer [s.a. 465]
783. Our Unitarian Lineage: Jesus the Son of Man [s.a. 731, 1058]
784. Our Unitarian Lineage: John Huss, Heretic of Prague [s.a. 81i]
785. Our Unitarian Lineage: Michael Servetus of Spain [s.a. 81j, 1195, 1199]
786. Our Unitarian Lineage: Francis David of Transylvania
787. Our Unitarian Lineage: Joseph Priestly of England [s.a. 86]
788. Our Unitarian Lineage: William Ellery Channing, American [s.a. 87] Prophet
789. Our Unitarian Lineage: Charles W. Eliot, American Educator [incl. 85]
790. Palm Sunday and its Courageous Idealism [s.a. 171, 1145, 1154]
791. Mohawk Valley Sermons [s.a. 388, 1066]
792. Leroy Snyder's Memorial Award to Isaiah P. Pogue [s.a. 585]
793. America Must Choose
794. Presentiments of Immortality
795. The Technique of Thinking Creatively
796. Communism Clippings
797. The Church as Sanctuary and Arsenal
798. The Home as Cradle and Castle [s.a. 600, 734b, 762]
799. The Duty of Preserving a Great Tradition [s.a. 691, 756b, 832]
800. Address to National Society of New England Women [s.a. 756a]
801. Anti-Semitism and Psychology
802. The Free Faith as Menace and Promise [s.a. 759i, 759ii]
Box 64
803. Packet on Fritchman Issue [s.a. 758, 759ii]
804. The Fritchman Issue [s.a. 759i, 758]
805. Fosdick's Sermon on Religion as a Divisive Factor [s.a. 725]
806. Tributes to Henry W. Pinkham
807. Nature as Altar and School [s.a. 145, 278, 487]
808. The Christ of the Andes
809. Losing and Finding Faith in God
810. Penn Packet
811. Contents Returned to Owner
812. Unitarian Music
813. Euthanasia Package [s.a. 344, 931]
814. Free Unitarians [s.a. 776]
815. Town Hall Debate on Communism
816. A Hindu Vindicates Christianity [s.a. 111f, 521, 773, 812, 945, 980, 981, 1118]
817. Is Conscience an Infallible Guide?
818. Four Stages of Faith [s.a. 771, 911]
819. The Message of Albert Schweizer [s.a. 564, 1523, 817]
820. A History of the Rochester City Club
821. Imperial Communism by Wilcox [s.a. 769]
822. Controversial Issues Among Liberals
823. What it Means to be a Humanist [s.a. 31, 35, 110, 778b, 1172]
824. Pamphlets on Humanism [s.a. 778a]
825. Humanism Challenges Neo-orthodoxy [s.a. 502]
826. Humanism and Prayer [s.a. 236, 387, 435, 1067, 1172, 1635]
827. Humanism and Thanksgiving [s.a. 163, 423, 1269]
828. Humanism and the Bible [s.a. 391]
829. The Humanism of Jesus [s.a. 391, 985]
830. Humanism and the Church [s.a. 48]
831. Humanism and Christmas
832. Humanism Plus [s.a. 312, 673, 1265; incl. 312]
833. "Nation" Articles by Blanshard on Birth Control and Marriage [s.a. 686]
834. The Difficult Virtue of Humility [s.a. 101, 1567]
835. Readings from Manly Palmer Hall
836. How Spiritual is Liberal Religion? [s.a. 10]
837. The Separation of Church and State #1
838. The Separation of Church and State #2 [s.a. 418, 598, 665, 718]
839. The Separation of Church and State #3 [s.a. 629, 863, 873]
840. The Faith of Abraham Lincoln [s.a. 386, 796, 878]
841. My Statement of Beliefs to Horace F. Westwood
842. The Faith of Susan B. Anthony [s.a. 794, 915, 1298; encl. in 641]
843. The Faith of George Washington [s.a. 83, 462]
844. The Faith of Thomas A. Edison [s.a. 162, 991]
845. Henry Wallace Packet
Box 65
846. Kissing
847. How Jesus Reveals God [s.a. 243]
848. He Saved Others [s.a. 320; incl. 1502]
849. Truman's War Threat and PCA Material
850. Man's Immortal Hope [s.a. 164]
851. Property Chairman Speech in Memory of A. Gordon Dye [s.a. 1118, 1127]
852. Introduction of Mrs. Vashti C. McCollum [s.a. 828]
853. Who Are the Real Atheists? [s.a. 700; incl. 1636]
854. Grace Marshall Correspondence Material Etc. [s.a. Correspondence]
855. The Art of Getting Along With Others [encl. in 323]
856. 20th Anniversary of Dr. Williams' Pastorate [s.a. Correspondence; s.a. 202, 359, 1400]
857. J. H. Holmes Tribute to Gandhi [encl. in 981]
858. He Sang No Hosannahs [encl. in 860]
859. Interpreting the Travail of Our Time [encl. in 38]
860. The Free Church Reaffirms its Faith [s.a. 870]
861. The Boy Who Was Lost and Found [s.a. 20, 399, 475; incl. 1440]
862. Jesus is the Light of Modern Psychiatry [s.a. 564, 774, 1523, 1525]
863. Is World Government an Illusion?
864. "The Technocrat"
865. The Rev. Wilcox and Free Unitarians
866. Address of Welcome at Centennial Celebration of First Women's Rights Convention [s.a. 812b, 915]
867. Centennial of First Women's Rights Convention [s.a. 821a]
868. David C. Williams and Cleveland [s.a. 1328, 1454, 1626, 1736]
869. A Church Friendly to Differences [incl. 441]
870. Liberals and the World Council of Churches [s.a. 875]
871. The Fragmentary Character of Most Lives [s.a. 181]
872. How Fear Betrays Us [s.a. 293]
873. The Duty of America to the New State of Israel [s.a. 15, 578, 846, 1224]
874. Why a Memorial to Mrs. Vashti McCollum! [s.a. 807]
875. Interview with George Bernard Shaw, by J. Steel
876. Organ Dedication Programs [s.a. 872]
877. The United Nations Still the Hope of World Peace [s.a. 1104]
878. The Cambridge Platform - 300th Anniversary [s.a. 681, 756, 968, 1317]
879. Peter Witt [s.a. 1261]
880. Zionists and Pilgrims
881. The Prophets of Israel: Amos, the Prophet of Social Justice [s.a. 528, 615, 726a, 726b]
882. The Prophets of Israel: Hosea, Prophet of Mercy and Love [s.a. 726a, 726b]
883. Union Thanksgiving
884. The Prophets of Israel: Isaiah, Prophet of Monotheism [s.a. 615]
885. The Prophets of Israel: Jeremiah, Prophet of Individualism [encl. in 491]
886. The Prophets of Israel: Isaiah, No. 2 Prophet of Universal Redemption [s.a. 505]
887. Whence Come Our Christmas Carols? [s.a. 204, 519, 631, 845, 1125, 1474, 1485]
888. Whence Came the Son of Man? [encl. in 177]
889. Ezekiel, Prophet of Immortality and Law and Order [s.a. 615, 1165]
890. Ruth, Jonah, Job - Fictional but Influential Personalities [s.a. 503]
891. Daniel and the Maccobian Revolt [s.a. 307, 615, 631, 841, 1474]
892. Radio Speech on Palestine [s.a. 827]
893. Hillel and Golden Rule [encl. in 1118]
894. Gamaliel & The Dispersion
895. Scientists and Philosophers [encl. in 82]
896. Theodor Herzl, Founder of Zionism
897. Paul Blanshard's "American Freedom and Catholic Power" and other material (Not a sermon) [s.a. 852, 866]
Box 66
898. Gambling (Not a sermon) [s.a. 932]
899. Church and State (Not a sermon) [s.a. 850, 863]
900. God Hates a Coward - Omaha Republican Editorial (Not a sermon)
901. The Gospel of the Infancy Apocryphal series [incl. 1469]
902. The Gospel of Nicodemus
903. The Letters of Herod and Pilate [s.a. 109]
904. The Epistles of Clement and Barnabas
905. Communism and Catholicism (Not a sermon)
906. North Atlantic Pact (Not a sermon)
907. Bank Books (Not a sermon) [missing]
908. He Sang No Hosannas [incl. 813]
909. Harvard Letter about Harvard
910. Where There Is No Vision [s.a. 159, 504]
911. The Church, the Democratic State, and the Crisis in Religious Education, by George H. Williams (Not a sermon) [s.a. 793, 871, 889]
912. Dr. Kenneth Hickman's Article "Peace, Freedom and Science" (Not a sermon) [s.a. 977]
913. Youth and the Ministry as a Vocation [s.a. 358, 1650, 1699; encl. in 8]
914. American Freedom and Catholic Power [s.a. 850]
915. Factors of Spiritual Well-Being [encl. in 244]
916. The Mindszenty Case
917. Dale DeWitt's Sermon - The Position of Liberals in the Present Day Conflict
918. Liberals Close Ranks [s.a. 815]
919. What Children can Teach Us [s.a. 184]
920. Maria Brooks Gannett Organ Dedication [s.a. 1476a, b, & c]
921. Maria Brooks Gannett Organ Dedication [s.a. 830]
922. Four Basic Concepts of Church & State [s.a. 629, 791, 793, 824, 1113, 1599; incl. 1599]
923. Dr. Ralph Bunche
924. The Community Church Dedication Books [s.a. 824]
925. Mrs. Emma Sweet's Memorial [encl. in 1042]
926. George's Convocation Address at Harvard [s.a. 899, 918, 1287, 1297, 1324]
927. Lincoln - New Approach [s.a. 93, 1291, 1348]
928. Catholic Home of Peace in Rome
929. The Will to Believe [s.a. 117]
930. Great Books (Not a sermon)
931. A Definition of Unitarianism by Park
932. Are Tragic Accidents Ever the Will of God? [s.a. 276]
933. The Allies and Enemies of True Religion [s.a. 175]
934. The Downtown Church and Its Challenge
935. Educating for a Time of Contentions [s.a. 345]
936. Universalist Convention [s.a. 890]
937. Homer's Installation [s.a. 904, 949, 1076]
938. Man's Age Long Search [encl. in 30]
939. Prospect of United Liberal Church [s.a. 102, 369, 887, 1499; encl. in 1159]
940. The Welfare State and Human Freedom [s.a. 139, 284, 285]
Box 67
941. Two Articles by Commager on Freedom
942. Can Peace of Mind Be Found by Searching [s.a. 29, 732]
943. The Spiritual Assets of Our Country [s.a. 98, 302]
944. The Spiritual Significance of Church Bazaars [s.a. 71]
945. Union Thanksgiving [s.a. 1470]
946. One Man's Philosophy [encl. in 79]
947. The Wider Obligations of Our Church [s.a. 546]
948. A New Center of Religious Learning - At Harvard [s.a. 887, 1145a]
949. Anticipating the Radiance of Christmas [s.a. 455, 1044, 1403]
950. A Light to the Gentiles [s.a. 534, 1340]
951. Mental Health Series Pamphlets 1-7 (Not a sermon)
952. The Fascination of Life's Beginnings [encl. in 269]
953. Church of the Air: How We Destroy the Thing We Love! [s.a. 486, 1439]
954. The Reasonableness of Confucius [s.a. 26b, 26i, 726a&b, 906, 910, 911, 917, 919, 920, 921, 922, 923, 934]
955. Moti and the Will to Peace [s.a. 81b, 1079]
956. Prayer for Tillie B. Werner
957. Laotze and the Inner Life - Taoism
958. Defence of the Federal Council
959. Buddha and the Eight Fold Path [s.a. 26a, 543, 982; incl. 543]
960. Krishna and Hinduism's Law of Compensation [s.a. 441, 982]
961. The Hydrogen Bomb. Speech at Women's Alliance [s.a. 668]
962. The Assumption of Mary [s.a. 965, 1167]
963. Civil Liberties Questionnaire
964. Speech on Susan B. Anthony on her 130th Birthday, February 1, 1950 [s.a. 641, 796, 821, 1387]
965. Judge Kohlmetz Memorial [s.a. 597, 679, 996]
966. Zoroaster and Struggle Against Evil [s.a. 26c, 940]
967. George's First Book - Review [s.a. 877, 1287; s.a. Printed Material]
968. The Joy of Jesus and Christianity [s.a. 269, 482, 572]
969. Mohammed and Racial Equality [s.a. 26e, 547]
970. Baha Ullah and World Federation [s.a. 26d, 940, 1164, 1189]
971. Mary Baker Eddy and the Conquest of Fear [s.a. 26f, 1105]
972. Unitarianism and the Free Mind Principle [s.a. 928]
Box 68
973. Boys I have sent to College and Seminary
974. Cornell Campus Conference on Religion
975. Sermonette on Judas in Times-Union March 21, 1950
976. Repartees [s.a. 106, 579, 1472]
977. Worlds in Collision [encl. in 946]
978. The Hope Immortal in all Religions [s.a. 573, 646, 685]
979. Harold W. Sanford Memorial Service
980. The Ethics of Euthanasia [s.a. 768, 1394, 1311]
981. The Ethics of Gambling [s.a. 851, 1000, 1025; incl. 1163]
982. Speech before Unitarian Ministers' Institute, Palling, N.Y. [encl. in 528]
983. Empty
984. Atlantic Pact Book Review
985. The Authentic Sign of the Prophet [s.a. 528]
986. Can Living Standards be raised throughout the World? [s.a. 817]
987. 125th Anniversary of the American Unitarian Assoc. Minister's Report
988. The Best if Yet to be. [s.a. 399]
989. Judaism and the Moral Law [s.a. 917; incl. 160]
990. The Poetic vs the Scientific Approach to Religion [encl. in 140]
991. The Philosophers, by Wayne Shuttee
992. Mathematics as Poetry; the Nature of Future Life
993. Charles K. Mohler
994. Typed Sermons for Book on Prophets [s.a. published Books]
995. Worlds in Collision [incl. 928]
996. Aknaton and the Concept of One God [incl. 81d]
997. Socrates and the Search for Truth [incl. 81f]
998. Homer's Sermon on War in Korea September 1950 [s.a. 888, 1107, 1289, 1366]
999. King Asoka and the Kingdom of Righteousness [s.a. 945; incl. 111h]
1000. Marcus Aurelius and the Role of Statesmanship [incl. 111b]
1001. Francis of Assisi and the Lady Poverty [s.a. 111a, 945]
1002. Roger Bacon and the Scientific Method [incl. 81e]
1003. Erasmus and the Role of Philosophy [incl. 91]
1004. Roger Williams and the Right to Worship [incl. 819]
1005. George Fox and the Inner Light [s.a. 960; incl. 26h]
1006. Voltaire and the Role of Skepticism [incl. 95]
1007. Thomas Jefferson and the Democratic Way [incl. 549; s.a. 658]
1008. Karl Marx and the Religion of Communism [s.a. 945]
1009. Einstein and the Atomic Age [incl. 735; s.a. 443, 980, 1091, 1313]
Box 69
1010. Jesus and the Promise of Christmas [s.a. 489]
1011. Portraits of the Word Made Flesh
1012. Empty
1013. Truman and Justice Jackson on Civil Liberty and Communism
1014. Susan B. Anthony and the Virgin Mary; Also Homer's Sermon on Assumption [s.a. 913, 915, 1015]
1015. Famous Apologies
1016. Statement on McCarran Bill [encl. in 948]
1017. The Democratic Church and the Democratic State [s.a. 832, 834, 969, 1238]
1018. Rabbi Bernstein Correspondence on Thanksgiving Sermon [See Correspondence; s.a. 301, 304, 308, 680, 968, 996]
1019. Missing
1020. Leroy Edwin Snyder Memorial Galilee Porch, Dec. 10, 1950
1021. De. Gill and the Ministry Enslaved [s.a. 8, 628]
1022. Alfred Morris Perry on Christ vs Jesus [s.a. 1247]
1023. Newspaper Clipping Mentioning Dr. Gannett [See Clippings]
1024. Recent thoughts on Goals of Religious Education [s.a. 602, 1002]
1025. Anna Louise Strong - clipping [s.a. Clippings]
1026. Kenneth Hickman Address - the World Between Two Faiths [s.a. 864, 963]
1027. Greta Ohlson Correspondence [See Correspondence]
1028. The Emergency Confronting the Free Church Today
1029. Nehru as the Successor of Gandhi [s.a. 771, 947, 963, 982]
1030. The Spiritual Legacy of Mahatma Gandhi [s.a. 771, 812, 1219]
1031. Dr. Babibir Madan's Symbols of the Sikh Religion
1032. The Temptations of Jesus [s.a. 241]
1033. The Literary Method of Jesus [s.a. 351]
1034. The Scientific Approach of Jesus [s.a. 319, 783]
1035. The Wit and Humor of Jesus [s.a. 106, 579, 634]
1036. The Tactfullness of Jesus [incl. 325]
1037. The Loneliness of Jesus [s.a. 240, 494]
1038. The Courage of Jesus [s.a. 226, 393, 507]
1039. The Triumph of Jesus [s.a. 108, 428, 997]
1040. Material on Benjamin Franklin [s.a. 798, 1362, 1405]
1041. Homer Jack's Sermons on Letter to Alex and Cold War with other material on Cold War
1042. Lot S. Wilder Memorial, March 14, 1951 [s.a. 916, 918]
1043. Starr King School Test of Ministerial Interests
1044. Gambling and Alcohol. Empty. [s.a. 1025]
1045. Phillip S. Bernstein's Article on Jewish Religion [s.a. 308, 969, 1680]
1046. Children's Easter Service 1951 [s.a. 990]
1047. Paul Weltan Memorial [s.a. 916, 993]
1048. Universalist Material
1049. The Breakdown in Public Morals [s.a. 932]
1050. The History of the Unitarian Church [s.a. Church Material; s.a. 736, 1015, 1161, 1188, 1432, 1734]
1051. Speech on Religious Education [s.a. 602, 975]
1052. The Citizen's Responsibility for Our Foreign Policy
1053. Today's Widespread Myths [s.a. 210, 818, 377]
1054. The Unitarian Contribution to Hymnology [s.a. 519, 616, 1007, 1171]
1055. Fritchman's Air Sermons - with Reference to DRW [s.a. 1228]
1056. Remington Reception, April 29,1951 [s.a. 1005, 1157]
1057. Religion begins in the Home [encl. in 421]
1058. The Free Church Reports Substantial Gains - May Meetings Report [s.a. 398]
1059. How We May think of God [s.a. 234, 399, 644]
1060. Who Was the Real Founder of Christianity [encl. in 111g]
1061. The Struggle for Human Liberty and Social Justice [s.a. 38, 404, 1096]
1062. Photograph of Frederick M. Eliot [see Photographs]
1063. Wacky Letters
1064. Pew Cards for Members [s.a. 1229, 1298]
1065. George's Harvard Debate on Federal Aid to Parochial Schools [s.a. 1016, 1160, 1239, 1434]
1066. Suicide Material
1067. M.C. Harrison on Taft [s.a. 1261]
1068. Ernest Browning Funeral [s.a. 916, 993]
1069. The Law all Nations must Obey to Survive [s.a. 563]
1070. Speech to Church School Teachers [s.a. 602, 806, 975, 1118, 1595]
1071. The Most Powerful Religious Motive [s.a. 400]
1072. Is Secularism an Evil to be Condemned?
1073. The Foremost Hungers of Human Nature [s.a. 338]
1074. Alcohol Material [s.a. 52, 992, 932, 1130]
1075. The Role of the True Conservative Today [s.a. 36, 529]
1076. Stephen Fritchman before Un-American Committee [s.a. 1228]
1077. Letters of G.W. Parkinson the British Unitarian - denied a U.S. Visa [s.a. Correspondence]
1078. Brighton Presbyterian Speech on USA vs USSR
1079. The Liberal Faith Chooses a Fitting Symbol [s.a. 339]
1080. The Unexplored Third of Man's Life The Mystery of Dreams [s.a. 281]
1081. The Terrible Ordeal - Albert's Visit
1082. The Joy and Gladness of a Vital Faith [encl. in 255]
1083. Henry Clune on My Book [s.a. Clippings; s.a. 1036, 1091, 1094, 1293]
1084. Armistice Day 1918-1951 [s.a. 41, 202, 203, 206, 259]
1085. My Speech about My Book before Layman's League [s.a. 1034, 1079, 1094, 1293, 1527]
1086. Thanksgiving for American Citizenship [encl. in 376]
1087. Claris Edwin Silcox, Classmate in Andover
1088. Vashti McCollum, Nov. 25, 1951 [encl. in 807]
1089. Kenneth Patton - Symbols of World Religion
1090. Civil Liberties (ACLU) on Loyalty Test
1091. Emma Sweet Memorial, Dec. 2, 1951 [s.a. 1064; incl. 876]
1092. The Dark that Reveals the Star [incl. 495]
Box 70
1093. The Gift that Insures the Blessing [s.a. 204, 455, 898, 900, 1124]
1094. The Tragedy that Mars the Joy [s.a. 347; encl. in 1761]
1095. The Hope that Triumphs Over Fear [s.a. 211, 242]
1096. The Faith that Ventures Another Way [s.a. 731]
1097. The Comics and Life Today - Material
1098. Frank E. Gannett Memorial [s.a. 671, 872, 1029, 1112, 1207, 1303, 1320, 1476c]
1099. Magazine Articles by DRW [s.a. Printed Material]
1100. Alice Foster Funeral [s.a. 1042, 1103]
1101. Moehlman on Christmas Dates
1102. Prayer in Our Public Schools
1103. Ye Are the Salt of the Earth [encl. in 229]
1104. Universal Military Training Hope or Hook [encl. in 678]
1105. The Place of Religion in Our Public Schools [s.a. 598, 762, 1053]
1106. Material on Divorce [s.a. 287]
1107. The Theology of Jesus [s.a. 371]
1108. "What God Means to Me" by Upton Sinclair [incl. 283]
1109. "I, Yahweh" by Robert M. Grey [incl. 336]
1110. "What We Live By" by Abbe Ernest Dimnet [s.a. 227]
1111. "Has Science Discovered God?" by Edward H. Cotton [incl. 228]
1112. Memorial: Selden Noyes and Clara Chillson [s.a. 1112]
1113. Mary T.L. Gannett Memorial Material [s.a. 586b, 590, 974, 1042, 1108, 1333, 1705]
1114. What Religious Liberals Believe About Jesus [incl. 645]
1115. What Religious Liberals Believe About God [s.a. 644]
1116. What Religious Liberals Believe About Prayer [incl. 648; s.a. 780]
1117. What Religious Liberals Believe About Miracles [incl. 647]
1118. What Religious Liberals Believe About Sin [s.a. 389; incl. 649, 1628]
1119. What Religious Liberals Believe About Ceremonies and Holy Days [incl. 650]
1120. What Religious Liberals Believe About Immortality [s.a. 646]
1121. Homer Jack's Sermon on Catholic Liberals [s.a. 1081, 1107]
1122. Every Member Canvass Talk; Contains John H. Holmes on EMC
1123. Hall of Fame Dedication, May 18, 1952 [s.a. 84, 622, 641, 1087, 1229, 1298, 1491, 1726]
1124. Statistics on Religious Beliefs in America
1125. Wendell Phillips [s.a. 378; encl. in 1135]
1126. Southwestern Conference on Negro Issue
1127. 100th Anniversary of Rochester Church [s.a. 1188, 1230b]
1128. Can Religion be a Force for Peace? Watertown, Mass., April 20,1952 [s.a. 906, 1034, 1036, 1094]
1129. Religion and the Philosophy of Evolution [incl. 167]
1130. Significant Catholic Defence of Civil Liberties [s.a. 1072]
1131. Where Is Your House? Mother's Day [encl. in 141]
1132. My Reply to Bernstein on Catholic-Protestant Friction [s.a. 1776]
1133. John Haynes Holmes Award, May 22,1952 [s.a. 477, 1085, 1086, 1257, 1688, 1749; incl.
1134. May Meeting 1952 [s.a. 1084]
1135. Dr. Dexter Perkins, Christian Register Article [s.a. 1084, 1085]
1136. America's Hall of Fame--Children's Sermon June 8, 1952 [s.a. 723, 1074]
1137. Why the God of the Hebrews is Still a Living Force in the World Today [incl. 292]
1138. Pomeroy Case [s.a. 1634]
1139. Corliss Lamont; My Wedding Service; Several Pamphlet [s.a. 1230, 1493]
1140. Einstein's Review of My Book [s.a. 443, 960, 1043, 1313]
1141. Athletics a Sign of Decay (Not a sermon)
1142. "The Nation" How Free is Free? [s.a. 1177]
1143. The Paramount Issue of our Times [s.a. 1079]
1144. The Fundamental "R" in Education [s.a. 464, 705, 1118, 1119]
1145. The Freedom of the American Pulpit at Stake by Ross Weston Case [s.a. 246, 372, 1013, 1272, 1372]
1146. Adlai Stevenson [s.a. 1152]
1147. How to Live Through Periods of Drouth [encl. in 209]
1148. Edward Rosenhagen Funeral Service [incl. 1102]
1149. The Clergy and Partisan Politics [s.a. 97, 100, 295, 448, 525, 1001, 1395]
Box 71
1150. Walter Rauschenbusch, City Historian article
1151. Last Will and Testament of an Honest Agnostic [encl. in 1099]
1152. Gertrude Wendt Funeral and Memorial [s.a. 1051, 1146, 1226]
1153. The United Nations - Its Triumphs, Failures and Needs [s.a. 831, 1266]
1154. Material on Christian Science - Mrs. Eddy Reincarnated [s.a. 922]
1155. Micaiah [s.a. 1165]
1156. Homer Jack [s.a. 959, 1072]
1157. Mary T. L. Gannett Service - Nov. 2, 1952 [s.a. 586b, 1064, 1327, 1352, 1500, 1671, 1705]
1158. Salvation Army Sunday - Col. William Davidson
1159. [Same as 1101]
1160. The Art of Getting Along with Others [encl. in 450]
1161. Memorial and Funeral Services - missing [s.a. 551, 1049, 1063, 1064, 1127, 1213, 1320, 1327, 1566]
1162. Titanic Struggles over Seemingly Trivial Issues [s.a. 54, 434, 873]
1163. Prize and Price of Presidency (Not a sermon)
1164. "Torch" Magazine Articles on Women Education and Scientific Assumption
1165. Rosenberg Letter, Material on Julian & Ethel Rosenberg
1166. Material on the Role of Shy
1167. Speech to Returning Teachers [s.a. 806, 1021, 1157, 1595]
1168. Thanksgiving 1952 with Universalist Church; Ross Weston Case Appeal [s.a. 1096]
1169. Worship Material
1170. Achieving a Successful Marriage [encl. in 287; s.a. 1057]
1171. Fifth Amendment
1172. Wistful Prophecies of Christmas [s.a. 416]
1173. The Urgent Charities of Christmas [s.a. 204, 898, 1044]
1174. The Triumphant Lyrics of Christmas [s.a. 309, 841]
1175. The Unsung Heroes of Christmas [encl. in 456]
1176. Memorial Christmas Services for G. Dye, Mr. Walters, Mrs. Roe, Mrs. Church
1177. Bethany Church Memorials for Suggested Use in Unitarian Church & Vincent Daniel's Church
1178. Christmas "Soldiers of Peace"--Gannett's Letter to Ike [s.a. 1049, 1207, 1301, 1323]
1179. Material on Drug Addiction & Cure [s.a. 1025]
1180. Article by Henry A. Wallace
1181. New Leadership and New Hope for New Year; Jan. 4, 1953 [incl. 417]
1182. Thomas Paine and the Age of Reason [incl. 84; two folders]
1183. Horace Mann and the Public Schools [incl. 716; s.a. 1170]
1184. Wendall Phillips and Courageous Scholarship [s.a. 378]
1185. Walt Whitman and the Dignity of Man [incl. 81l]
1186. Henry George and the Problem of Poverty [incl. 406]
1187. Robert G. Ingersoll and the Bible [incl. 96]
1188. Eugene V. Debs and Social Justice [incl. 111c; s.a. 1431]
1189. Luther Burbank and the Marvels of Nature [incl. 279]
1190. Clarence Darrow and Civil Rights [incl. 354; s.a. 47, 147]
1191. Edwin Markham, Flaming Prophet of Humanity [incl. 88]
1192. John Dewey and a Modern Faith [incl. 130; s.a. 1170]
1193. How I Prepare My Sermons--Philadelphia at Ministers, Jan. 12, 1953
1194. George's Publicity as Dean of Harvard [s.a. 889, 1160, 1193]
1195. Belle A Lapp Memorial
1196. Susan Simons' Memorial [s.a. 1143]
1197. American Legion's Red Raid Stopped
1198. Civil Defence Letter and Oath of Loyalty
1199. Shipler, Kirchweg & Oxnam Correspondence on Planned Parenthood Case [s.a. 217, 1494, 1617; see Correspondence]
1200. Welsh Papers [s.a. 499]
1201. New Humanist Manifesto Contains my Reply [s.a. 110, 1172]
Box 72
1202. Adlai Stevenson before Gridiron Club [s.a. 1097]
1203. Stalin's Death
1204. Who Shall Cleanse the Temple Today - Congressman Velde or Bishop Oxnam? [s.a. 747]
1205. Judge Learned Hands' Article on Freedom and Suspicion [s.a. 1154]
1206. Living the Immortal Life Here and Now [s.a. 119]
1207. My Tribute to M. Elizabeth Tuttle--March 27, 1953 [encl. in 1578; s.a. 1007]
1208. Virgin Birth and Revised Standard Version of the Bible-missing [s.a. 1167]
1209. Case for Federal Union of Unitarians and Universalists [incl. 890; s.a. 1183, 1497]
1210. Angus McLean Letter on George's D.D.--also citation and picture [s.a. 889, 1016, 1145a, 1193, 1708; letters in Correspondence]
1211. Union thanksgiving Services - From Dr. Gannett's Day to Present Time [s.a. 1188, 1298]
1212. Blessed Be Enthusiasm [incl. 334; s.a. 99, 721]
1213. Church Statistics on Average Attendance
1214. Bahai Centennial and Temple Dedication [s.a. 921, 1189]
1215. The Precarious Role of the Prophet [s.a. 615, 838, 1106]
1216. 25th Anniversary Auto - Car and Surprise Party (letters in Correspondence) [s.a. 202, 811, 1700]
1217. New Light on the Doctrine of the Virgin Birth [s.a. 513, 913, 1158, 1244]
1218. Book Reviews by DRW
1219. Important Material on U.S. & U. N. Bill of Rights
1220. The Clarion Faith of Ralph Waldo Emerson. 150th Anniversary [s.a. 1133-1142; incl. 357]
1221. Hymns Our Sons and Daughters Should Know [s.a. 519, 1005]
1222. How Vital Are the Differences Between Theists and Humanists [s.a. 330, 361, 778, 1151, 1227]
1223. Father Gregory Reynolds (letters in Correspondence)
1224. Unitarian Ministers Health and Sickness Insurance Plan
1225. The Nurse in Religion
1226. How to Kill a Church
1227. Protest to Truman
1228. Smith Act Material
1229. Material for Mother's Day 1954
1230. Material on McCarthyism [s.a. 1192]
1231. Grover Lapp's Speech on Taxes [s.a. 714]
1232. Malenkov Article
1233. Universalists and Unitarians Join Forces 1953-1954 [s.a. 1159, 1479]
1234. Red Probe of Albert, J.H. Holmes, S. Wise and my Reply [s.a. 1192, 1563, 1602]
1235. Cathedral of the Pines - Leaven of a New World
1236. Echoes of the Welsh Festival of Song [s.a. 499, 675,1381]
1237. Material on Welsh Gymanfa Ganu [s.a. 1381]
1238. Lucita's Article on Mary Pickford [s.a. 1725]
1239. Material on 125th Anniversary [s.a. 116, 736, 1001, 1078, 1230b, 1298, 1734]
1240. Bahai Memorial Program [s.a. 26d, 921, 1164]
1241. United Appeal Material
1242. Material on Peace of Mind
1243. America's Ark of the Covenant and How to Defend it- McCarthyism [s.a. 1180, 1184]
1244. Pusey of Harvard Divinity & George [s.a. 1160, 1708]
1245. A Realistic Program to Achieve World Peace [s.a. 1079]
1246. Michael Servetus' 400th Anniversary [s.a. 1199; encl. in 742]
1247. Speech in Gannett House on Jennie Bos' Father
1248. Rhys, My Nephew [s.a. 1594]
1249. Cardinal Newman and His Brother who was President of British Unitarians [s.a. 200]
1250. Michael Servetus 400th Anniversary of his Death [s.a. 742, 1195]
1251. Vinoba Bhave, India's Modern St. Francis
1252. Fred. J. Cairn's Fracas at Hamilton [see Correspondence]
1253. The Spiritual Import of the Martin Luther Film
Box 73
1254. Material on World Parliament of Religion
1255. The Charter Meeting of the World Parliament of Religions, Inc.
1256. My Speech at World Parliament of Religions: Religion and Applied Psychology [s.a. 1252, 1253, 1256]
1257. What it Means to Worship [s.a. 179; incl. 490]
1258. What to do With Frustrations [incl. 374]
1259. Keeping Sane in an Anxious Age [incl. 385]
1260. The Wisdom Behind the Ritual of Christmas [s.a. 1129, 1303, 1323, 1735]
1261. The Risk of Looking Back too Fondly [incl. 310]
1262. The Duty of Looking Forward Far Enough [incl. 669]
1263. Christmas Material for 1954 Grand Hotel
1264. Shall Movies be Censored?
1265. Christmas, Red Cap and Whistle; Records of Family Christmas
1266. John R. Williams Birthday Dec. 27,1953 [s.a. 1433]
1267. Pitirim Sorokin on Sex
1268. Apostles of Discord by Ralph Lord Roy [s.a. 1228, 1392b]
1269. Jesus and the Hidden Gospel by Joseph Hayyim Krimsky
1270. Report from Christian Europe by Steward Winfield Herman
1271. The Christian Attitude toward Other Religions by E.C. Dewick [s.a. 165]
1272. My Gandhi - based on a recent Book by John H. Holmes [s.a. 981, 1257]
1273. Calendars of Other Unitarian Churches
1274. Reading for Vincent Silliman
1275. New Wyer Chart of History of Man [s.a. 805, 1244]
1276. Three ever Recurring Illusions of the Human Race [s.a. 198, 337, 1468]
1277. What if Jesus Were to Visit Jerusalem Today? [s.a. 827; two folders]
1278. Why We Treasure the Trophies of Former Truimphs [s.a. 286]
1279. George Wendt Memorial--Feb. 18, 1954 [s.a. 1103, 1234]
1280. Charleston S.C. Trip--Feb. 27-28, 1954; Rhy's Ordination [s.a. 375, 1338a, 1501, 1772]
1281. Fritchman and Loyalty [s.a. 1006, 1027, 1215, 1232, 1392b]
1282. Susan B. Anthony Speech at Home; Dedication & Prayer at Hall of Fame [s.a. 1074, 1087, 1491, 1726]
1283. Corliss Lamont and Civil Liberties Union Row [s.a. 1090, 1493]
1284. 125th Anniversary [s.a. 78a&b, 611, 1078, 1188, 1707]
1285. The Role of the Amateur in Religion [incl. 335]
1286. Should the Church Submit to Loyalty Tests? Tribute to Mother Pease [s.a. 1228, 1377]
1287. Bob Weston's Letter of Tribute; Others to Nixon, Harvey Swanson, etc. [s.a. 1263, 1557; s.a. Correspondence]
1288. Free Thinkers Memorial Service--Mrs. Muusse [s.a. 1226]
1289. Jesus and the Youth Who Lived an Over-Sheltered Life [incl. 231, 450]
1290. The Story of Two Men and One Cross [s.a. 280, 596]
1291. The Triumph of Life Over Death; Easter 1954; Tribute to Wendall Curtis [s.a. 470, 567]
1292. How Democracy Functions in Our Church [s.a. 968]
1293. George's Article on Catholics and Protestants in Religion in Life [s.a. 1016, 1434]
1294. Ora Price Funeral April 22, 1954
1295. The Creative Role of the Foster Mother [incl. 327]
1296. H-Bomb Material
1297. Frantz Haverstick Funeral [s.a. 1320]
1298. How the Simple Gospel of Jesus has been Corrupted by Myth & Dogma [s.a. 54, 1167, 1113, 1222]
Box 74
1299. Harvard Associated Clubs convention in Rochester
1300. Letter to Mrs. Becker on Origin of Birth Control Clinic in Gannett House [s.a. 217, 1516, 1709; encl. in 370]
1301. Alfred Morris Perry [s.a. 973]
1302. What Our Boys and Girls Should Know About Their Religious Heritage
1303. Vedanta - Miss Devi
1304. Report on May Meeting 1954 (given June 13, 1954)
1305. Reports of Local Church Annual Meeting
1306. The World Must Find the Way to Peace [s.a. 1203, 1253, 1256]
1307. Passport and World Parliament Tour Correspondence (letters in Correspondence)
1308. Material on Arbitrary Government
1309. Andrew Green (letters in Correspondence)
1310. The Best Laid Schemes of Mice and Men [s.a. 1203, 1252, 1253, 1527]
1311. John Haynes Holmes Letter on the Williamses [in Correspondence; s.a. 364, 1084, 1219, 1263, 1688]
1312. Sheppard Murder Case [s.a. 1670, 1698]
1313. Evanston - World Council of Churches
1314. The World Council of Churches Makes History
1315. McCarthy Investigates Jesus [s.a. 186, 721]
1316. Sex I.Q. [s.a. 1214]
1317. Forty Years in the Ministry [s.a. 8, 9, 628, 972, 1233, 1294, 1592, 1650, 1699]
1318. Dr. Rumball-Petre
1319. The Ten commandments of Humanism [encl. in 5; s.a. 786]
1320. The United Nations and Our Troubled World [s.a. 1104]
1321. The Present Crisis in Our Public Schools [s.a. 257, 258]
1322. How We Hide from the Truth About Ourselves [encl. in 326]
1323. Two Fundamental Views of Life [s.a. 423, 781]
1324. In Defence of Putting One's best Foot Forward [incl. 273]
1325. The Strategic Role of the Liberal Today - Union Thanksgiving [s.a. 368, 1294, 1317, 1337]
1326. Material on Civil Liberties
1327. The Religious Implications of Flying Saucers by Homer Jack [s.a. 287, 571, 1349, 1773]
1328. Church Bazaar Announcement
1329. The Worldly Debt to Religion [encl. in 253; s.a. 561]
1330. And they shall call His Name Emmanuel--Christmas 1954 [s.a. 264]
1331. Material for Christmas 1955
1332. Returned Sermons from George
1333. What Time is it? A New Year's Query [incl. 381; s.a. 1291]
1334. The Idol-Makers in Our Midst [incl. 248]
1335. Four Great Wonders of Life [incl. 294]
1336. The Oldest Story in the Bible [incl. 261; s.a. 1291]
1337. The Tower of Babel is Still with Us [incl. 384; s.a. 1291]
1338. On Compromising Over Religious Faith [encl. in 298]
1339. On Having a Great Work to Do [encl. in 299]
1340. Why Religion Must be Decentralised [encl. in 121; s.a. 1291]
1341. Is There Safety in Numbers? [encl. in 174; s.a. 1303]
1342. Araunah and David [encl. in 396]
1343. George's Book on Harvard Divinity School - Review [s.a. 918, 1288, 1294, 1329]
1344. George's Two Articles on Church and State [s.a. 877, 1287]
1345. Homer's Book on Schweitzer; Picture of Homer & Adlai Stevenson [s.a. 949, 1299]
1346. Blackston and Civil Liberties
1347. Similarities in the Lives of Lincoln and Moses [encl. in 92; s.a. 878, 1278, 1286]
1348. W. Stephen Thomas on "100th Anniversary of Thoreau's Walden" Oct. 3, 1954
1349. My Book on World Religions [see Published Books and clippings on World Religions]
1350. Churchman Issue--Feb. 1, 1955 [s.a. 1221, 1287, 1329, 1337, 1586]
1351. The Morality of Self-Respect by Brand Blanshard in "The New Republic"
1352. I.F. Stone's Weeklies
1353. Harlem Publications on World Tours and Plans to Retire [s.a. 1495]
1354. Letter to Statesmen of Asia and Africa Bandung Conference
1355. Historic Documents of the Rochester Church; Pictures of Dr. Gannett & Dr. Newton Mann; Important Letter from Susan B. Anthony; Photostat of Thanksgiving Program [Missing, but s.a. 622, 697, 796, 1015, 1161, 1188, 1229, 1337, 1491, 1726]
1356. The Task of the Liberal Church Today by Homer A. Jack [s.a. 1289, 1450, 1563]
1357. Thoreau's Walden by Stephen Thomas
1358. Material for News Letter
1359. Herman Voss [encl. in 1084]
1360. Quemoy and Matsu Statement Department of Peace [s.a. 174, 1129, 1207, 1286a, 1323]
1361. Important Readings - Toynbee on Zionism, Durant on Philosophy, U. Sinclair on Alcohol
1362. The Sorrows and Frustrations of Jesus Palm Sunday 1955 [encl. in 393]
1363. Is Immortality Still a Rational Hope? Easter 1955 [encl. in 122; s.a. 356]
1364. Neurotic People in the Parish
1365. Winston Churchill
1366. Times-Union Religious Series on Various Denominations; Chworowsky's Article on Unitarians
1367. The Bible and Modern Youth - Youth Sunday [encl. in 391]
1368. Bingo [s.a. 932, 1304]
1369. Mondale's Article on Ministry [s.a. 8, 1447]
1370. Tribute to Einstein [encl. in 960; Tape of DRW's tribute to Einstein in Box 43a]
1371. A Psychological Approach to the Concept of Deity [s.a. 361, 373, 388, 443, 1172, 1321]
Box 75
1372. Hail Mary, Full of Grace [encl. in 131]
1373. Essential Elements in Prayer [encl. in 435]
1374. Why We Remember the Pilgrims, Festival of Flowers [s.a. 399, 681, 832, 939, 1271, 1435]
1375. The Long Range View of Human Progress [incl. 404]
1376. Service Committee Material for 1955 Campaign
1377. Gannett Memorial [s.a. 1049, 1243, 1467a-b, 1737]
1378. A Psychological Approach to the Concept of Deity, Berry St. May 23, 1955 [s.a. 1314, 1341-1344]
1379. Homer's Bandung Report [s.a. 127, 1297, 1323, 1336]
1380. Publicity 1950-55 on Sermons Soldier of Peace, Quemoy Etc. [s.a. 1129, 1303, 1322]
1381. Delegate's Packet to AUA Meetings 1955
1382. Peaceful Co-existence - Anthology of Quotations
1383. Church School Programs
1384. Three Unitarian Women Honored by U of R: Susan B. Anthony, Mary T.L. Gannett, Edwina Danforth [s.a. 1108, 1112, 1623]
1385. Bill's Sheppard Service [s.a. 822, 1434, 1626, 1736]
1386. George's Promotion to Professorship and Pusey's Tribute [s.a. 877, 1288, 1294]
1387. "Churchman" on F. D. R.
1388. Marietta Alumnus
1389. Channing-Ballou Home
1390. Life of Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Gannett [s.a. 590, 1064, 1298, 1705]
1391. Heart Attack, Aug. 21, 1955 [s.a. 1336, 1526]
1392. Homer's Trip to Goa and Dead Sea Scrolls Sermon [s.a. 1322, 1347]
1393. Return to Pulpit After Heart Attack [s.a. 350, 1334, 1526]
1394. "Churchman" Article on Role of Liberal Today [s.a. 1271, 1294]
1395. Prayer at Rhys' Wedding
1396. How Lowly the Birth of Jesus [s.a. 138, 632]
1397. Christmas Material for 1956
1398. How Practical is the Christmas Hope [s.a. 901]
1399. Identifying God Series
The God of Nature's Wonder [s.a. 1314, 1379]
The God of Common Experience [s.a. 414, 1314]
The God of Devout Witness
The God of Logical Inference
1400. Howard Williams Sermons at Charleston, S.C.
1401. Endowments. A Pamphlet by J.R. Williams, Sr., containing my "Main Function of the Church" [s.a. 436, 537]
1402. The Significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls [s.a. 1335]
1403. The Universal Appeal of Lincoln 1956 [incl. 93, 878]
1404. The New World Revealed by Parapsychology [s.a. 281, 1272, 1684]
1405. The Heresy of Christopher Marlowe [s.a. 1686, 1762]
1406. Shakespeare and Marlowe [s.a. 635]
1407. Albert's List of Funny Poems [s.a. 1352, 1354, 1381, 1466, 1548]
1408. Karl Cheyney [s.a. 1616]
1409. Birthday Letter to William MacFarlane [s.a. 1108 & Correspondence]
1410. Good Stories of Rabbi [s.a. 106, 1351]
1411. Churchman Contest. Letter of Mine
1412. Factors making for Human Brotherhood [incl. 262]
1413. Do We Know who we Really Are? 3/11/56 [incl. 348]
1414. The Claim of Religion to Eminent Domain [incl. 199]
1415. Insights into the Mind of Jesus [incl. 317]
1416. The Persistancy of Unseen Realities Easter, April 1956 [incl. 277]
1417. The Period, the Comma, the Apostrophe Kohmar Pehriad
1418. Benjamin Franklin [s.a. 798, 991, 1405]
1419. Woodrow Wilson, for Christmas 1956 [s.a. 81k]
1420. England Renounces Capital Punishment [s.a. 168]
1421. Bob Ginsberg Farewell
1422. Southern Negroes Adopt the Tactics of Gandhi; Everett on Harvard Negro; Homer Jack's Sermon on same Issue; DAR on Use of Constitution [s.a. 538, 582, 1372, 1373]
1423. The Duty to Love Ourselves: Mothers Day 1956 [encl. in 224]
1424. What Makes Life Worth Living [encl. in 403]
1425. The Marvelous Invention of Words [s.a. 1361; encl. in 225]
1426. The Strange Capacity of Churches to Survive; Wahlstrom's Announcement [encl. in 392; s.a. 1429, 1547]
1427. Howard R. Williams [s.a. 1466, 1630]
Box 76
1428. Homer Jack's Church Prospectus and Record of Publication [s.a. 1366, 1450, 1574]
1429. Dr. Clark - Negro Speech in Boston
1430. New Look in Russia - Several Articles
1431. Gospel of John. Article in Unitarian Christian
1432. Genealogy of Clark Family
1433. A Tribute to George W. Pease [s.a. 1228]
1434. J.W. Parker's List of Mutual Qualifications [s.a. 8, 1512]
1435. My Book on God [s.a. 1341, 1589, 1598]
1436. Why Taxes for Chaplains?
1437. The Dog Accident at Painsville [s.a. 619, 1381b]
1438. The Cleveland Welsh Gymanfa Ganu--Sept. 1-2, 1956 [s.a. 1186a&b, 1381a]
1439. Opening Church Publicity 9/8/56; F. Wahlstrom & Church School Year Sept. 1956-June 1957
1440. The Right Hand of Fellowship - A Pamphlet given to New Members of the Church in Rochester & Directory of Activities
1441. Paul Blanshard
1442. Public vs Private Power - Pamphlet by President of Gas and Electric
1443. Can Religion Get Along Without the Church? [s.a. 40]
1444. My Letter to Henry Clune on Danforth, Gannett, Anthony and Mary Mosher
1445. Marriage and Engagement Quiz
1446. Prayer at Rhys' Wedding (not Here)
1447. Mainstays of Catholic Power
1448. This Do in Remembrance of Me [encl. in 303; s.a. 71]
1449. And Who is my Neighbour? [encl. in 49; s.a. 1393]
1450. Paul Miller & Justin Nixon Debate and my Replies--Oct. 8, 10, 13, 1956 [s.a. 1526]
1451. Ralph Lord Roy. Ford Foundation on Communism. My Reply [s.a. 1215, 1228]
1452. Faith as a Grain of Mustard Seed [encl. in 440]
1453. Judge not that Ye be not Judged [encl. in 614]
1454. With a Great Sum Obtained I this--Freedom Election Sunday, 11/4/56 [s.a. 100, 376, 1100]
1455. Yea, I Have a Goodly Heritage--Thanksgiving 1956 [encl. in 485]
1456. God Shall Wipe Away All Tears [encl. in 379]
1457. Cleveland Memorial Society
1458. Union Thanksgiving November 22, 1956
1459. Hanley [s.a. 689, 1677]
1460. Life's Fundamental Polarity [encl. in 432]
1461. Billy Graham & the Value of Sincerity [encl. in 316]
1462. How to get Ready for Christmas (1956) [encl. in 455; s.a. 900]
1463. The Fortissimo in the Christmas Anthem [encl. in 380]
1464. Dr. May on Benjamin Franklin [s.a. 1362]
1465. Rev. Donovan White
1466. Calendars for the 4 Unitarian Layman's Addresses during Jan. 1957 [s.a. 1448]
1467. Church Budget for 1957-58 and Bill Parker's Analysis of Trends
1468. Bronowski Article
1469. Indian Institute of Culture
1470. Religious Education Issue of Christian Register
1471. World Liberals IARF. Speech by President
1472. Wherein we Must be Agnostics [encl. in 472]
1473. What it Means to be Mature [encl. in 541]
1474. Man's Pursuit of Happiness [encl. in 263]
1475. New Times Demand New Virtues [encl. in 67]
1476. Arthur Cromwell on God
1477. Bob Corris
1478. Church Constitution
1479. Resignation Material [s.a. 1442, 1477]
1480. Niebur's Article on Israel and Palestine
1481. How Liberals may keep Lent [encl. in 148]
1482. The Jesus of History [encl. in 672]
1483. The Virtue of Making Virtue [encl. in 196; s.a. 484]
1484. Sins that Crucify--April 14, 1957 [encl. in 469]
1485. Humanity's Most Daring Venture of Faith [encl. in 394]
1486. Suggestions for Minister's Column
1487. Owen Lattimore and David Miller's Letter [encl. in Correspondence]
1488. Introduction to Frank A. Wahlstrom [s.a. 1370, 1547]
1489. Karl Cheyney and Friends Civil Liberties Committee
1490. Debs and Elbert Hubbard Pictures [s.a. 1139]
1491. Boys Evening Home & Pictures of Susan B. Anthony [s.a. 1001, 1298, 1488, 1490, 1660, 1726]
1492. John R. and Ethel R. Williams' Golden Wedding Anniversary at Oak Hill [s.a. 551, 1213, 1489, 1682]
1493. George's Address on Professor Woltson [s.a. 1016, 1239, 1461, 1511
1494. Mayflower Sails Again [s.a. 652, 681, 968, 1317]
1495. Four Ways of Comparing Ourselves with Others May 5, 1957
1496. Religion and the Illegitimate Child
1497. Scriptures often Used to Justify Evil [encl. in 152]
1498. Prayer at Arlington Street Church May 26, 1957 [s.a. 904]
1499. The Bible Story--Festival of Flowers 1957 [encl. in 816]
1500. Beliefs Unitarians hold in Common [encl. in 401]
1501. Letters from Park, Holmes, Griffin Vogt & Lathrop [s.a. 1420; s.a. Correspondence]
1502. McCarthy (Joseph)
1503. Taped Recordings by DRW - a list [s.a. 1379, 1581]
1504. Unitarian Material on Alcohol & Temperance
1505. AUA 1957 Resolution
1506. Sacred Cow Religious Education [s.a. 1312
1507. Introduction to Dr. W.F. Neuman on Atomic Fall Out. June 11, 1957 [s.a. 1407]
1508. Priest's Prayer on Lord Mayor of Dublin's Visit (Jewish Mayor) [s.a. 331]
1509. Homer Jack on Ghana [s.a. 1372, 1452, 1563, 1572, 1574, 1585]
1510. The Place of Preaching in Today's World [encl. in 11]
1511. Homer Jack's Two Speeches in Japan & How he has Changed his Mind [s.a. 1450, 1572, 1574]
1512. Roy Martin Dinner, Aug. 24,1957
1513. My Notes on David C. Williams and his Story [s.a. 1328, 1626, 1736]
1514. Garvin Lectures on God and Immortality
1515. Does Religion Appeal More to Women than to Men? Sept. 15, 1957 [encl. in 473]
1516. Making a Profession of Our Work [encl. in 587; s.a. 4, 73]
1517. Man's Acquaintance with Grief [encl. in 442; s.a. 66]
1518. Fourth of July Speech by Westfield Radio Woman whom we Visited July 4, 1957
1519. Today's Safe Investments [encl. in 458; s.a. 37]
1520. Reluctance to Inform, by George Williams & CIO Pamphlet on Invasion of Privacy [s.a. 151, 1434]
1521. Reverence for Life [encl. in 282]
1522. The Ethics of Bingo, Nov. 3, 1957 [encl. in 932]
1523. James Vint Laughland Funeral Service, Nov. 9, 1957
1524. Our Nameless Heroes and Benefactors [encl. in 203]
1525. Albert R. Williams on 40th Anniversary of Russian Revolution [s.a. 1351, 1371, 1630, 1641]
1526. Introductions to Guru Arsinnarara, Nov. 20, 1957
1527. Tragic and Persistent Delusions of Mankind; Thanksgiving Nov. 24, 1957 [encl. in 198; s.a. 1223]
1528. The Apocryphal Legends of Christmas December 1,1957 [encl. in 854]
1529. Thanksgiving Day Offering Speech 1957 [s.a. 896]
1530. The Name Jesus Preferred to Call Himself Dec. 8,1957 [encl. in 230]
1531. Humour and Worship [s.a. 106, 579]
1532. A. Powell Davies
1533. The Spiritual Challenge of Hannakkah [encl. in 631; s.a. 307, 841, 1485]
1534. The Star, the Satellite, the Crowded Inn. Christmas 1957 [encl. in 46]
1535. Frank E. Gannett Memorial Service s.a. [872, 1320, 1662, 1673; incl. 1575]
1536. Frank E. Gannett duplicate Clippings
1537. Resignation, Copies of Pension Plan s.a. [1420, 1442, 1479, 1486]
1538. Two Important Articles:
Put Dad back as Head of Family
Darwin of Bureaucrats [s.a. 1409, 1499]
1539. My Resignation Sermon Jan. 5, 1958--The Light that Overcomes the Dark [s.a. 1477, 1510, 1544, 1560; incl. 211]
1540. Walter Rauschenbusch Material
1541. Launching of Rochester Memorial Society, Dr. T. Rogers. 1/19/58 [s.a. 340, 1676]
1542. How to Build Our Dream House [encl. in 407]
1543. Man's Persistent Effort to Solve the Mystery of Life [encl. in 712; s.a. 114, 1501]
1544. The Uses of Diversity [encl. in 221]
1545. Israel 4 Percent Bonds [s.a. 841, 1490]
1546. Pension Plan (Nothing filed Here) [s.a. 1477]
1547. The Battlefield Within Ourselves [encl. in 220; s.a. 514]
1548. Susan B. Anthony Symposium (Not Here) [s.a. 1432, 1490, 1491, 1661]
1549. Birthday of Ethel Williams [s.a. 1433, 1682]
1550. Ben. Goldstein Feb. 3, 1958 [incl. 1655; s.a. 1432, 1485]
1551. The Religious Faith of Susan B. Anthony; Symposium:- Dr. Meyer Jacobstein, Mrs. May Dana Hochstein Mrs. Charles Watkeys, Mrs. George Howard & myself [s.a. 496, 641, 1074, 1229, 1298, 1488, 1660]
1552. Just too much Snow; Preached in Emergency on Feb. 16, 1958. [encl. in 637]
1553. Corliss Lamont on Space Travel; Letter to Eisenhower & Bulganin [s.a. 1090]
1554. Planned Parenthood Speech before Pastors' March (?) 2/24/58 [s.a. 217, 1149, 1516, 1709]
1555. Vacation in Mexico [s.a. 1296]
1556. Frederick May Eliot [s.a. 1505 & Correspondence]
1557. Unitarian-Universalist Merger Plans [s.a. 1159, 1183]
1558. The Fourth Faith, by George Marshall of Niagara Falls
1559. Man's Corrupting Love of Power; Contains my article on Political Octopus in Times-Union [encl. in 568; s.a. 478]
1560. May Dana Hochstein Memorial Service--4.00 p.m. March 9, 1958 [s.a. 1108, 1533]
Box 77
1561. Charleston 1958 March 16 & 29 (Used sermon 1483 now in 712) [s.a. 1227, 1338a, 1504]
1562. The Messianic Chance of Every Age [encl. in 802; s.a. 320]
1563. Has Life no Meaning without Faith in Immortality? Easter 4/6/58 [encl. in 321]
1564. Brookgreen Gardens. Poems & Statues on Trip to Charlotte [s.a. 1501]
1565. Kuebler & Greeley (Annual Meeting) [s.a. 1496, 1521]
1566. Nelson Rockefeller meeting in Junior Chamber of Commerce Prayer
1567. The Plaza Court Project [s.a. 1528, 1609]
1568. The Great Remonstrance of Flushing NY Origin of Religious Freedom in America
1569. Ken Patton's Symbols & Service of Worship
1570. Testimonial Speech at Ithaca N.Y. April 18, 1958 [s.a. 1479]
1571. George's Reply to Pusey in Harvard "Crimson"; Reprint of Bartley Article [s.a. 1434, 1461, 1583, 1652, 1708, 1744]
1572. Questionnaire on My Ministry [s.a. 8, 1378]
1573. The Timidity of Good Men [encl. in 154]
1574. Sane Nuclear Policy, Neuman, Jack
1575. The Magic Power of a Great and Noble Cause; delivered May 1, 1928 and on 10th, 20th & 30th Anniversary of my ministry in Rochester [encl. in 359; s.a. 12]
1576. Letter to Margaret Sanger explaining Rochester Planned Parenthood Clippings on Voluntary Motherhood Sermon [s.a. 217, 1246, 1494, 1709; encl. in 370a]
1577. Meadville President's Speech on Meadville
1578. Mother Love and Smother Love [encl. in 379]
1579. Reports of Annual Meeting 1958
1580. Futile Ways of Escaping Real Trouble [s.a. 367; encl. in 136]
1581. Unitarians Choose a New President 1958 Reports of AUA [s.a. 1505]
1582. A Story from the Talmud Children's Day 1958 [encl. in 719; s.a. 278]
1583. Book on Albert Schweitzer [s.a. 564, 774, 817]
1584. Shall We Be Christian? By Payson Miller
1585. The Church's One Foundation Last Sunday & Reception 6/15/58 [encl. in 42; s.a. 476]
1586. Dr. Justin Wroe Nixon Death (7/11/58) & Memorial Service [s.a. 1336, 1392, 1627]
1587. Boston Colloquium of Five Great Religions Aug. 1 & 2, 1958 [s.a. 905, 1036, 1529]
1588. Plaza Project (Two Folders) [s.a. 1507, 1609 and Correspondence]
1589. Five Religions Reach Important Agreements in Boston Conference [s.a. 905, 1036, 1527]
1590. Church School Prospectus for 1958
1591. Copy of Letter by Legionnaire about DRW & Communism, Dr. Greeley's Letter [see Correspondence]
1592. Church Constitution and By-Laws
1593. Elizabeth Keiper Memorial 9/14/58 [s.a. 1500]
1594. This is a Spiritual Universe 9/14/58; Wahlstrom dismissal announcement [encl. in 618]
1595. Truth is an Ever Receding Goal [encl. in 728]
1596. Peace within as the By-Product [encl. in 732; s.a. 1367]
1597. Life has at Least one Obvious Purpose [encl. in 673]
1598. How we Work Reveals Our Worship [encl. in 730]
1599. Evil Cannot be Overcome by Evil [encl. in 731]
1600. Individuals, Not Institutions, Have Right [encl. in 729]
1601. The Church must Wield the Sword--Farewell Sermon [encl. in 725; s.a. 1557, 1560, 1567, 1571]
1602. Right to Work Laws are Right to Shirk Laws Times-Union article by DRW
1603. Mildred and Wallace Root Marriage Pictures of Church (not here) [s.a. 1571]
1604. Times-Union Article on Retirement [s.a. 1479, 1557, 1560]
1605. My Letter on China Policy
1606. Henry Laidler Letter [see Correspondence]
1607. Wahlstrom Dismissal [s.a. 1370, 1420]
1608. Albert and USSR on 75th Birthday [s.a. 1351, 1536, 1590, 1602, 1614, 1641; see Correspondence]
1609. Right to Shirk Laws article for T-U [s.a. 1542]
1610. John R's Folder on Ben Gurion and Church Sacraments from Life Magazine
1611. U-U Merger Plans (empty)
1612. Irving R. Murray [see Correspondence]
1613. Letters on Retirement Day [see Correspondence; s.a. 1541, 1455, 1558, 1560]
1614. List of those Invited to Farewell Reception Nov. 2, 1958 [s.a. 1544a&b, 1557]
1615. Letters to Mexico Unitarian Fellowships [see Correspondence]
1616. Extra Copies of Farewell Service [s.a. 1544, 1557, 1571, 1764]
1617. Professor J.C. Evans' Sermon for a Science of Freedom
1618. In Defense of Adam by Judson A Parsons
1619. Albert's Article on Building Socialism in USSR [s.a. 1184, 1450, 1548, 1590, 1602, 1614, 1725]
1620. File on William P. Jenkins [s.a. 1579, 1587, 1592; see Correspondence]
1621. Charge to Minister--Wm P. Jenkins September 13, 1959 [s.a. 375, 451, 1644; encl. in 1679]
1622. Antionette Snyder Memorial [s.a. 585, 1112, 1578]
1623. How Hard to Achieve the Humble Heart - Last Sermon before Church was destroyed [s.a. 101, 1541, 1570; incl. 788]
1624. Prayer Strike [s.a. 1587, 1606]
1625. U-U Syracuse Convention contains new Constitution
1626. Greetings to Universalist Church on 50th Anniversary October 18, 1959
1627. Recording of Farewell Sermon and Service; 11/2/58 (Not Here) [s.a. 725, 1541, 1543, 1544, 1557, 1560]
1628. Homer's Farewell Service and Favourite Benediction [s.a. 1540, 1542, 1585, 1646]
1629. Mrs Roosevelt a Quick Summary of Her Life [s.a. 621, 654, 1735]
1630. Homer's Farewell Service [duplicate, removed]
1631. Memorial for Byran A Johnson Jr. [s.a. 1476a, 1578]
1632. Poem on Church by Lorran Latham [s.a. 1567]
1633. Christmas Sermon by Steve Fritchman
1634. Memorial Service for Mary Elizabeth Tuttle [s.a. 1566, 1582, 1595; incl. 1157]
1635. Jenkins [s.a. 1587, 1592, 1602, 1618, 1622, 1643]
1636. Twenty third Psalm of Science
1637. Typed Copies of Prayers and Meditations (filed in Prayer drawer) [s.a. 1584, 1589]
1638. Charlotte Clute Memorial [s.a. 1578, 1588]
1639. George's Booklet on Seminary in the Wilderness [s.a. 1511, 1652]
1640. Mimeographed Sermons by DRW [s.a. 1444, 1574, 1581, 1589]
1641. Homer Jack on Stevenson & U.N. [s.a. 722, 1450, 1574, 1645]
1642. Christian Register and Churchman with articles by DRW [s.a. 1294]
1643. Church Brochure containing statements by DRW and WP Jenkins [s.a. 1560, 1579, 1592]
1644. John R. Murlin memorial 5/1/60 [s.a. 1582]
1645. Last Eight Sermons typed by Sterling Weaver [s.a. 1263, 1294, 1379, 1560, 1581, 1591]
1646. Albert (Not here) [s.a. 586a, 1371, 1460, 1548, 1602]
1647. Carl Kannewcher (?) letter to Congregation
1648. Jenkins Report on DRW [s.a. 1564, 1579, 1643]
1649. Readings for Funerals and Services Compiled by UUA
1650. Prayer at Rhys' Installation at first Church Boston May 22, 1960 [encl. in 375; s.a. 1197, 1597, 1600, 1646]
1651. Tribute to Mrs Margaret Phinney June 12, 1960 [s.a. 1021, 1118, 1578]
1652. My Letter to Pres. Garcia of the Phillipines - Pomeroy Case [s.a. 1625; see Correspondence]
1653. Delegate's Packet for May Meetings of 1960 Harrington Merger [s.a. 1594]
1654. Is Immortality a Reasonable Hope? [s.a. 122]
1655. Four Basic Concepts of Church and State [encl. in 873]
1656. Prayer at Installation of Rhys and Kenneth Mochel [s.a. 1594]
1657. Rabbi Karp's Thanksgiving Sermon 1960
1658. Albert's Foresight on Russian Revolution, Intro to Russian Edition [s.a. 1184, 1563, 1590, 1614]
Box 78
1659. Christmas Radio Programme revised for 1960; now in new book on God [s.a. 309]
1660. Tax Editorial on Church Exemptions giving DRW credit for suggestion [s.a. 311]
1661. Mary Mosher's Funeral [s.a. 1578]
1662. Picture of Church and DRW before Church destroyed [s.a. 1568
1663. Commission on World Religions and Outreach
1664. Jenkins' Wild Sermon [s.a. 1643, 1579]
1665. Elsie Shephard's Clippings of Church and Plaza Coup [s.a. 1528, 1507, 1567]
1666. Max Planck Quotations (not here)
1667. Norman Thomas, my introduction March 7, 1961
1668. Protest in N.Y. Times on Un-American Activities Committee
1669. Discarded Material for New Book [s.a. 1648]
1670. Biography of Albert by Russian Author, Levitskiy [s.a. 1348, 1563, 1601, 1619, 1641, 1725]
1671. Welsh Nation many good quotations [s.a. 499]
1672. Karl Cheyney [s.a. 1532]
1673. Harry Emerson Fosdick Letter [s.a. 1149; see Correspondence]
1674. The Creative Power of Wishful Thinking Tribute to Jenkins April 30,1961 [encl. in 560; s.a. 1579]
1675. Albert and Russia (Returned to Lucita) [s.a. 1614, 1641]
1676. Prayer at Boston May 14, 1961
1677. Commission on World Religions
1678. Jenkins Report 1961 [s.a. 1579, 1643, 1644]
1679. Edwine Danforth [s.a. 1327]
1680. Prayer at Ground-Breaking 1961 [s.a. 1649]
1681. Family Genealogy [s.a. 1647]
1682. Pomeroy Letters [s.a. 1595; see Correspondence]
1683. Cleveland Press account of "Bill" [s.a. 822, 1454, 1736]
1684. Professor Conrad Moehlman [s.a. 698, 1526]
1685. Our Share in the Sins of Our Time [encl. in 1069]
1686. Prayer at Breaking Ground Ceremony of Church June 1961 [s.a. 1649]
1687. Poem to Howard at 80 [s.a. 1371, 1466, 1647]
1688. DRW on McCarthyism and James L. Brewer on DRW
1689. World Religions Material
1690. Petitions signed by DRW since 1960
1691. Christmas Editorial by DRW in D & C Dec. 17,1961
1692. Pomeroy Case and Pardon [s.a. 1089; see Correspondence]
1693. Curtis W. Reese [s.a. 780]
1694. Atheism, Real and Nominal 2/25/62 [encl. in 808]
1695. Bernstein on War
1696. David Parke Article - Journal of Liberal Ministry
1697. Report of WA Commission on World Religions and Outreach
1698. Minister's Code
1699. Letters About Albert's Death Feb. 27, 1962; Funeral at All Souls March 1, 1962; Memorial at Community Church of N.Y. March 15, 1962 [s.a. 1466, 1614, 1619, 1646, 1664]
1700. Trumpet Call of Earth Albion N.Y. April 22,1962 [encl. in 550; s.a. 1665]
1701. Jenkins Church Report for 1962 with Tribute to DRW [s.a. 1579, 1587, 1592, 1608m, 1622, 1644]
1702. Jenkins' Resignation and My Speech in his defense [s.a. 1565, 1622, 1643]
1703. Homer's Moscow Speech & N.Y. Times Mag. Article by and about him [s.a. 1585, 1656, 1668, 1722]
1704. Rhys' LLD [s.a. 1594, 1641]
1705. Golden Wedding Anniversary Program Sept. 1, 1962 in Cleveland [s.a. 1624, 1630, 1666; see Correspondence]
1706. Philosophical Library and my Book [s.a. 1613]
1707. Prayer at Church Dedication [s.a. 1623a, 1629, 1657]
1708. My Harvard Alumni Address 1938 & '63 [s.a. 358, 865, 1263, 1775]
1709. Cuba Etc. South America
1710. George at Vatican & Reviews of George's Books [s.a. 1583, 1511, 1663, 1774]
1711. Church Dedication Pictures of New Edifice
1712. Louise Pettibone Smith, Testimonial Dinner, Oct. 12,1962 [s.a. 1710]
1713. Ben Goldstein Dedication 12/14/62 [encl. in 1490]
1714. Alex Jack and Scarsdale Maroon [s.a. 1645, 1668]
1715. How Architecture is related to Religion [encl. in 685; s.a. 212, 1649]
1716. Ezekial, Prophet and Founder of Judaism, March 19, 1963 [s.a. 843]
1717. How Men and Nations Rationalize their Crimes [s.a. 377, 1004]
1718. Susan B. Anthony Birthday Celebration Federation of Women's Clubs Chamber of Commerce 2/15/63 [s.a. 1001, 1432, 1488
1719. Louise M. Sumner Memorial 2/16/63 [encl. in 1476a]
1720. Mrs Frank E. Gannett [s.a. 1476]
1721. George's Vatican Sermon [encl. in 1652, 1744]
1722. Kunitz' Criticism of Albert [s.a. 1640]
1723. The Clarion Call of Easter 4/14/63 [encl. in 550; s.a. 1642]
1724. Howard's Death [s.a. 1630, 1647]
1725. Our Letter to Bill & Polesta--April 23,1963 [see Correspondence]
1726. Homer's Confession of an Ex-Anti Communist [s.a. 1175, 1645, 1656, 1672, 1722]
1727. Cogan Letter to Mrs Dean (?) [see Correspondence]
1728. Ripley Review Article on Lucy & DRW Sept. 26, 1963 [s.a. 1258, 1698]
1729. Jeannette Alexander Memorial 10/8/63 [s.a. 1108]
1730. Homer on China [s.a. 1668, 1675, 1773]
1731. Zoe Gray Memorial 10/24/63 [s.a. 1476a]
1732. March on Washington 8/28/63
1733. U.N. Tribute to Homer Jack [s.a. 1668, 1672]
1734. Plans for Funeral of Ourselves [s.a. 340, 1481]
1735. William R. Hanley [s.a. 689, 1400; see Correspondence]
1736. Tines-Union Picture of Authors & DRW
1737. Bob West Installation 2/10/64 [s.a. 1565, 1732; incl. 1565]
1738. Phil Bernstein's Tribute to Rabbi Wise [s.a. 308, 969, 996]
1739. Church Historical Documents [s.a. 738]
1740. John R. and Ethel Williams [s.a. 1213, 1433, 1489]
1741. Register Article on Architecture of Rochester Church
1742. Latest Report on Extra Sensory Perception [s.a. 1349; encl. in 281]
1743. Celia Stevenson Funeral and Dick & Ruth Moore Party 5/11/64 [s.a. 1692]
1744. 400th Anniversary of Marlowe and Shakespeare [s.a. 1350a&b]
1745. By and About DRW, Clippings, Letters, Dubois Report, Harry F. Ward, Letters about Negro Prison at Attica
1746. Memorial Service for John Haynes Holmes [s.a. 1257, 1084]
1747. Leonard Treman
1748. Senator Keating - My Support
1749. Howard's Letter to Marietta
1750. Memorial to Mrs. Stevenson [s.a. 1685]
1751. Max Herzberger Farewell Reception and Benediction by DRW [s.a. 1313]
1752. Mary Decker Smith and Pension from Boston [see Correspondence]
1753. Winston Churchill's Death
1754. Christmas Cards from Blauvelt, Pomeroy, Montinarello [s.a. Correspondence]
1755. Grace Before Meals Prayer
1756. My Brother's Keeper; Review of Stepher Sheppard's book before Women's Alliance. Feb. 17, 1965 [s.a. 1258, 1670]
1757. Prizes and Surprises of the Ministry 75th Birthday Celebrated by Church Feb. 21, 1965 [s.a. 8, 358, 865, 1263, 1650, 1774, 1775]
1758. 75th Birthday Greetings, Letters and Poems [s.a. 202, 811, 1166; s.a. Correspondence]
1759. Protest on Bombing North Vietnam March 6, 1965
1760. James Reeb, Unitarian Martyr
1761. Karl Hubbard, Letter to College and Speech at Farewell Part:
1762. Palm Sunday as Turning Point in History [encl. in 427]
1763. Certificate of William C. Gannett as Pastor Emeritus [now in W.C. Gannett papers; s.a. 90, 1064, 1333]
1764. Prayer - Ordination of Rev. David (?) [encl. in 375]
1765. Profiles in Courage in Our Church History [s.a. 611, 662, 1230b]
1766. Memorials for Bertha Wentworth 6/6 and Mildred Waterman 6/8 1965; George's Letter on Waterman Mem. [s.a. 1511; see Correspondence]
1767. Miscellaneous Brochures on Birth Control Clinic now in W.C. Gannett papers [s.a. 217, 370a, 1246, 1494, 1516]
1768. DRW Sponsorship of Various Causes & Tributes: Paul Robeson, Willard Uphaus, MacCarran Act Repeal, Independent Political Forum
1769. Un-American Activities Committee
1770. Joseph Priestly House for Aged in Philadelphia
1771. President's Thanksgiving Proclamation, comment by DRW November 25, 1965
Box 79
1772. Rev. Fred W. Busch
1773. Adlai Stevenson Memorial
1774. John R. Williams Sr.
1775. DRW and Viet Nam [s.a. 1721]
1776. Pictures of Bob West & Family
1777. Lewis Gannett Death
1778. Christmas Suggestions for 1966
1779. Vietnam Protest: N.Y. Times, Churchman, D & C
1780. Homer Jack's Farewell Sermon to Evanston [s.a. 1645, 1668, 1748]
1781. Mark Twain on War
1782. Lost Atlantis
1783. Lucita's Article about Albert [s.a. 1187, 1563, 1614]
1784. Susan B. Anthony Memorial Church February 24, 1967 [s.a. 1074, 1229, 1298, 1432, 1728, 1737]
1785. Play Boy Philosophy - What is it?
1786. Speech to Preserve Anthony Amendment to Church Constitution [s.a. 1726]
1787. Twenty Club Annual Party May 1, 1967 List of Members
1788. Invocation at Ordination of Rev. Joel Baehr [s.a. 22, 375, 451, 1706]
1789. Prayer at Ordination of Ray Nasemann--May 28, 1967 [s.a. 375, 1730]
1790. D.D. for Robert West (2 letters) [s.a. 1679; see Correspondence]
1791. Catholic Population--(?) and Planned Parenthood Joint Meeting [encl. in 370a]
1792. History of Rochester Unitarian Church [s.a. 78a, 897, 1230b]
1793. Important Letters: George Romney 12/4/69; Caroline Gannett 1/1/68; Tribute to Grace Marshall in Joseph Barth letter [s.a. 621, 809, 1207, 1673; see Correspondence]
1794. David C. Williams Article on him in St. Lawrence Bulletin, Winter 1968 [see also Printed Material]
1795. DRW Tribute to Dr. John R. Williams; Murlin & Wm Jenkins Sermon on Susan B. Anthony & Women Today [s.a. 1726]
1796. Letters to Editor by DRW on Peace, Draft, Viet Nam Etc.
1797. Memorials to Mernie Will & A.F. Gallun Jr. by other ministers
1798. W.E.B. DuBois Centennial
1799. Reporters and Introductions
1800. Chester Carlson [s.a. 1701]
1801. My Speech on Black Power at Cleveland Assembly May 26, 1968, Cleveland Sheraton Hotel
1802. Ministry and the Draft by George H. Williams [s.a. 1511, 1652, 1663, 1747]
1803. Civil Disobedience and Civil Resistance, contains Herman Goering on "Waging War"; Christian Century Report on Conscientious Objectors
1804. James Luther Adams letter of 12/16/68 re: "Insurgent Dr. Williams" & material on ESP by Dr. Alister Hardy [s.a. 281, 1560; see Correspondence]
1805. Church and State & Education ed. by George H. Williams [s.a. 1744]
1806. Homer's Account of Visit to Russia & Subject of Czechoslovakia [s.a. 1722]
1807. Letter from Ed Darling about Homer [encl. in 1084]
1808. Article on Parish Ministry for Journal of Liberal Ministry to be published in 1969 Spring Issue; For Harvard Divinity Address 1963 - see 388
1809. Keene Valley Church & Description of My Birth p. 207 of Personal Scrapbook [s.a. 1774]
1810. DRW Gallery
1811. North Church Forum (in Church Material)
1812. Xerox Copies of North Church Forum Records [s.a. 331]
1813. National Rip Saw for April & May 1922 about North Church Forum [s.a. 1756]
1814. North Church Forum Records Etc. [s.a. 1755]
1815. Taped Rochester Sermons (Not here)
1816. Material and Records of Rochester Church & DRW for Upstate Magazine
1817. Gallery Dedication Oct. 12,1969 [s.a. 1760]
1818. Requiem for Liberals, Reveille for Radicals by Homer Jack [s.a. 1773]
1819. All My Christmas Meditations--George has these now 2/25/70 [s.a. 1043-1047]
1820. Bob West's Review of Shakespeare and Marlowe book [s.a. 1350 a & b]
1821. Gift of Sermons and Papers to Rush Rhees Library
1822. Suggested Amendment to the Constitution Democrat and Chronicle Feb. 2, 1970
1823. Coloured Photo of Lucy [see Photographs]
1824. 80th Birthday for DRW Feb. 22, in Church; To Howard a Skeptic at 80 [s.a. 1774]
1825. Upstate N.Y. Magazine account of CRW, July 6, 1969 [s.a. 1758?]
1826. The Parish Ministry article by DRW in Journal of Liberal Ministry
1827. Review of Gandhi's Militant Non-Violence by Homer Jack [s.a. 1272, 1672, 1760]
1828. George's Visit to DRW on 80th Anniversary; picture of both appeared in D&C Feb. 27, 1970 [s.a. 1652, 1699, 1770, 1771]
1829. My Article on Ministry in Journal of Liberal Ministry (Duplicate) [not here]
1830. Important Letters of Dr. Landsberg, Wm. T. Brown & Berith Kodesh Temple; Free Speech [s.a. 1083; see Correspondence]
Series XIV: Packages
Package 1: Material relating to published books; Photographs of charts and Shakespeare/Marlowe material
Package 2: Photographs, portraits and sketches
1. Picture of David Rhys Williams in church
2. Sketch of David Rhys William by G.B. Nichols
3. Portrait photograph of Caroline Gannett
4. Portrait photograph of Frank Gannett
Package 3: Documents and memorabilia
1. YMCA National War Work Council Certificate 1918
2. Phi Beta Kappa Certificate 1910
3. Marietta College Diploma 1910
4. Andover Geological College Diploma 1913
5. Harvard University Diploma 1913
Package 4: Scrapbook
Green scrapbook covering David Rhys Williams' ministry in Chicago, late 1923-June 1928, and the first years of his ministry in Rochester. Contains many clippings and some correspondence.


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