Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Typewritten copy of part of the record of the Sixth Annual Conference of Western Unitarian Churches, Alton, Ill., relating to the Church's role in the slavery question and resolutions taking an anti-slavery stance
Harvard Divinity School - Manuscripts and Archives
Collection consists primarily of correspondence relating to Bragg's pastoral and administrative work in the American Unitarian Association
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Extensive professional and family correspondence, diaries, sermons, manuscripts of books and articles, research notes, topical file on India, printed material, newspaper clippings, and miscellanea; also papers concerning his career first as a Baptist minister, later a Unitarian minister in Ann Arbor, Michigan and elsewhere, including his involvement in the Western Unitarian Conference
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Extensive professional and family correspondence, diaries, sermons, manuscripts of books and articles, research notes, topical file on India, printed material, newspaper clippings, and miscellanea; also papers concerning his career first as a Baptist minister, later a Unitarian minister in Ann Arbor, Michigan and elsewhere, including his involvement in the Western Unitarian Conference
State Historical Society of Iowa - Libraries and Special Collections
This collection consists of programs; articles of incorporation and by-laws; conference minutes; board of trustees records; Sunday school reports; correspondence; treasurer's books; correspondence, bulletins and reports from various local churches and fellowships; and general and local histories of Unitarian churches in Iowa. The collection also includes materials from the Western Illinois and Iowa Conference of Unitarian and other Christian Churches, the Mississipi Valley Federation of Liberal Religious Youth, the Prairie States Unitarian Universalist Association, the Unitarian Universalist Association, the Western Unitarian Conference, and the Missouri Valley Federation of Liberal Religious Youth. The collection includes biographical sketches of Arthur Markley Judy and Mary Augusta Safford and a list of women in the Unitarian ministry. Correspondence, bulletins, reports, histories, etc. from the following churches and fellowships comprise a portion of the collection: Brookings and ... Read More
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Correspondence, articles, lectures, sermons, and University of Michigan student notebooks with notes on the lectures of John Dewey, Henry C. Adams, Fred N. Scott, and James H. Tufts. Correspondents include: Henry C. Adams, James B. Angell, Association for the Advancement of Women, Augusta J. Chapin, Robert Collyer, Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association, Caroline B. Crane, John Dewey, Samuel A. Eliot, William C. Gannett, Edward E. Hale, Julia Ward Howe, Jenkin Lloyd Jones, Myra B. Jordan, the Michigan
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Jenkin Lloyd Jones, minister, social reformer. The Jenkin Lloyd Jones papers contain correspondence, diaries, lecture notes, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and photographs. Papers relate to All Souls Church and the Abraham Lincoln Centre. Other topics include the Unitarian Church, the Henry Ford Peace Expedition, the Western Unitarian Conference, the weekly publication Unity, the World's Parliament of Religion, Tower Hill Summer Camp in Wisconsin, and other aspects of Jones' ministry. Correspondents include William C. Gannett, Jane Addams, Susan B. Anthony, Francis W. Parker, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Booker T. Washington. Also contains papers of Edith Lackersteen Lloyd Jones, Jones's second wife; her daughter, Mary Lackersteen; and the Lackersteen family.
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Correspondence, articles, lectures, sermons, and University of Michigan student notebooks with notes on the lectures of John Dewey, Henry C. Adams, Fred N. Scott, and James H. Tufts. Correspondents include: Henry C. Adams, James B. Angell, Association for the Advancement of Women, Augusta J. Chapin, Robert Collyer, Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association, Caroline B. Crane, John Dewey, Samuel A. Eliot, William C. Gannett, Edward E. Hale, Julia Ward Howe, Jenkin Lloyd Jones, Myra B. Jordan, the Michigan
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Consists of correspondence, diaries, lecture notes, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and photographs. Papers relate to All Souls Church and the Abraham Lincoln Centre. Other topics include the Unitarian Church, the Henry Ford Peace Expedition, the Western Unitarian Conference, the weekly publication Unity, the World's Parliament of Religion, Tower Hill Summer Camp in Wisconsin, and other aspects of Jones' ministry. Correspondents include William C. Gannett, Jane Addams, Susan B. Anthony, Francis W. Parker, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Booker T. Washington. Also contains papers of Edith Lackersteen Lloyd Jones, Jones's second wife; her daughter, Mary Lackersteen; and the Lackersteen family
Harvard Divinity School - Manuscripts and Archives
Papers of Unitarian minister Raymond Bragg (1902-1979) primarily containing correspondence relating to Bragg's pastoral and administrative work in the American Unitarian Association.

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