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Cambridge, Mass. First Church records, 1784-1968.

Identifier: RG4935
Overview Cambridge, Massachusetts, was fist settled in 1630 and the first meeting house was erected in 1632. Public worship began in 1633 with Thomas Hooker and the First Church of Cambridge was formally established in 1636 with Thomas Shepard as the first minister. In 1650, 1706, and 1757 the second, third, and fourth meeting houses were constructed. The Parish split in 1829 between Unitarians and traditional Congregationalists after the parish severed its contract with Abiel Holmes over his refusal to...

Congregational Christian Churches, Council for Social Action Records, 1937-1963.

Identifier: RG0057
Scope and Contents Records in this collection include administrative records Council for Social Action committees and subcommittees, including minutes, policy statements, reports and correspondence. Information and correspondence related to the opposition to the CSA is also included. The collection also contains a large amount of published and unpublished material concerning the issues which the CSA hoped to address. Additionally it includes some photographic documentation of CSA activities.

Graham Society records, 1817-1831.

Identifier: RG0722
Abstract Founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 1817, the Graham Society was an all-female benevolent society that provided clothing to students and seminaries at the Phillips Academy and Andover Theological Seminary, both in Andover, Massachusetts. The Graham Society records include the official records of the society, including founding documents, meeting minutes, and officer lists, membership lists, member donation records, and correspondence with an Amherst sewing circle.

Maine State Sunday School Association records, 1916-1933.

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: RG5316
Overview The Maine State Sunday School Assocation included several denominations. This volume contains annual report statistical information and the names of individiual denominations of schools; pastors; superintendents; secretaries; treasurers; membership.