Universalist-Unitarian Church
Records of business meetings, annual meetings, legal documents, men's social group notes, women's society records, list of ministers, names of founders, religious education records, photographs, programs, pulpit Bibles, pamphlets, materials relating to a centennial historical pageant, and other records -- Includes personal record book of Rev. Sylvanus Cobb
First Church Unitarian
Meeting minutes and notices, financial records, building records, records of church organizations and Sunday School, scrapbooks of church programs, people, and activities, and related records
National Library of Medicine - History of Medicine Division
South Carolina Historical Society
Building and property records (1870s-1990s); correspondence; financial records (1844-1990s); membership and ministerial records; vestry records; scrapbooks (1904-1990); records of auxiliary organizations; and miscellaneous items, including papers of Samuel Gilman. A small amount of correspondence dates from 1861 to 1917, but the bulk of general correspondence begins in 1943. Membership records include a register (1819-1979) of marriages, births, baptisms, and communicants, as well as a record of marriages (1822-1857) and burials (1846-1925). Vestry records (1865-1989) include minutes and correspondence. Miscellaneous items include church bulletins; directories; papers pertaining to Alva Gage; papers of Samuel Gilman, including correspondence (1819-1852) and sermons (1819-1850s); papers concerning Caroline H. Gilman; sermons of various ministers; visitors' registers; newsletters; and a small file of research requests which includes some genealogical information on church members
Peabody Essex Museum
Club based in Salem, Mass. Records include list of members, 1894-1897; record of club meetings, Feb. 1897-Oct. 1899, kept by the club secretary, Rev. Alfred Manchester; account book, 1897-1899, of Manchester's expenses in account with the club
Harvard Divinity School - Manuscripts and Archives
This collection is comprised largely of the files of Frederick May Eliot, who was the president of the American Unitarian Association from 1937 to 1958. Eliot was on the Committee on Relief in Czechoslovakia, which was an early effort on behalf of several agencies to aid the victims of war-torn Europe. The collection also includes considerable correspondence to and from Robert Dexter, who was on the executive committee of a later group called the Commission for Service in Czechoslovakia
Harvard Divinity School - Manuscripts and Archives
This collection consists of Board of Directors and Executive Committee minutes, correspondence, financial records, and material related to the incorporation of the Unitarian Service Committee
Harvard Divinity School - Manuscripts and Archives
Photographs, postcards, etchings and glass lantern slides of Hungarian Unitarian churches, clergymen, personalities and monuments; newspaper clippings on Unitarianism in Hungary and other related printed material; handwritten documents in Hungarian relating to freedom of religion in Transylvania, with attached English translations, 1925; "Complaint of the Transylvanian Minority Churches to the League of Nations, on May 6, 1925," with supplements and Romanian Government's answer; histories of Hungarian Protestant colleges (in Hungarian); printed material related to "Transylvanian Question.".
Harvard Divinity School - Manuscripts and Archives
Official American Unitarian Association (AUA) correspondence. The AUA Letterbooks contain thousands of letters directed to various secretaries, treasurers, and presidents of the AUA. Arranged chronologically, the bulk of the correspondence is from Unitarian ministers from the Eastern seaboard, though other states and countries are represented. The correspondence deals with how well the Unitarian religion is being received in various regions; the financial needs of the churches; the progress of missionary efforts in this country and in India, China, and other foreign countries; and the development of Unitarian publications. The collection contains correspondence from most of the significant Unitarian ministers of the nineteenth century, as well as from a number of prominent people without obvious Unitarian connections
Harvard Divinity School - Manuscripts and Archives
Records, 1863-1923; records of the executive committee, 1901-1910, including financial records; account book of the Ministers' Institute (1928-1929, 1934); and records of the Union for Ministerial Work and Help (1868-1870), which was probably absorbed by the Ministerial Union in 1870