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Pacific Basin Conference. Audio Recordings

The content of the recordings of the Pacific Basin Conference include speakers, presenters, plenary sessions, reports, discussions, and question and answer sessions. Although some speakers on the recordings are unidentified, the identified conference speakers and presenters include:

Dr. Bernard Cooke, professor at Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts and Roman Catholic scholar
Rev. George C. Harris, Episcopal Bishop of Alaska
Dr. F. Ross Kinsler, specialist in adult education, missionary educator, one of the founders of Theological Education by Extension, and director of San Francisco Theological Seminary’s Southern California Extension Center
Dr. Kosuke Koyama, professor at Union Theological Seminary, New York and minister of United Church of Christ
Rev. Jaci C. Maraschin, priest of the Brazilian Anglican Church and professor at Federacao Escolas Superiores, Sao Paulo
Patricia N. Page, specialist in adult education and faculty at Church Divinity School of the Pacific, Berkeley
Rev. David M. Paton, canon of Canterbury Cathedral and noted expert on Roland Allen
Most Rev. Paul Reeves, Archbishop of New Zealand
Dr. Macu (Matthew) Salato (referred to in ENS and Living Church as Matthew Solato), physician, diplomat, and lay canon of the Anglican cathedral in Suva, Fiji

Pacific Basin Conference

United Thank Offering. Records

The records reflect the business and program of the United Thank Offering (UTO) office and the work of the Coordinator. The central thread of the documentation is the UTO grant program. Administrative records consist of correspondence, specifically letters to diocesan bishops explaining UTO’s grant application process, application instructions, the UTO Committee [Grant] Policy Statement, rosters, and other reference materials. Distributions to the diocesan UTO chairwomen include the Interpretive Materials samples of new promotional materials for that season along with Offerings, the UTO newsletter, grants list brochure, and a UTO poster. The Grants Administration series contains the grant requests and process documents. The “staff book” was an administrative binder containing a comprehensive overview of all UTO grant requests from 1977 until 1983.

United Thank Offering

Division of Town and Country. Roanridge Training and Conference Center. Records

From 1945 to 1977 Roanridge Training and Conference Center in Missouri was the primary center of operation for the Division of Town and Country within the Home Department, although the two entities were structurally distinct. The Division’s records contain administrative and program files, conference materials, reports generated by the Division (often in consultation with Roanridge or with persons affiliated with the National Council’s Unit of Research and Field Study), and resource materials formerly housed in the Roanridge Library. Of particular interest in the latter series is a scrapbook collected by Edna Eastwood on the Church’s early ministry to the “isolated,” and a set of surveys generated by the Unit of Research and Field Study. Also present are subject files and correspondence documenting field visits and consultations to rural areas throughout the country.

Division of Town and Country

Roanridge Training and Conference Center. Records

The collection comprises correspondence, minutes, surveys, reports, financial records, printed materials, photographic materials, audio-visual materials, maps, and charts dating from 1939 to 1978. The photographic materials include two cubic feet of prints and negatives and more than two thousand slides, which often topically parallel other records found in the collection.

Roanridge Foundation

Episcopal Church Women. Records

Questionnaires, correspondence, printed material, minutes, reports, speeches, audio cassettes, and other materials comprise the records of the Episcopal Church Women. The records contain information regarding the Triennial Committee and individual Triennial meetings including directories, delegate mailings, reports, minutes, evaluations, delegate profile questionnaires from the 1991 meeting, and copies of the Triennial Newsletter and Triennial Today. The majority of records fall into the period 1985-1991.

Episcopal Church Women

United Thank Offering. Awarded Grants

This record group consists entirely of awarded grant files for the years 1978 to 1987, with the bulk of the records covering dates from 1979 to 1983. The grantees reflected in these files include Episcopal parishes in the United States, Anglican parishes or dioceses abroad, ecumenical groups, and social welfare organizations. Common types of grant proposals include building projects, equipment and transportation purchases (especially for overseas dioceses), and budget support for childcare, health, and education programs associated with Episcopal dioceses.

United Thank Offering

National Graduate Training Center (Windham House). Records

The records comprehensively cover Windham House's entire history and include minutes, director’s reports, and correspondence. Administrative files document Windham House's inception through its final director Johanna Mott. There is a solid set of financial records (1931-1973) with building plans, and records relating to the disposal of property. Alumni lists and correspondence exist as does a set of student records (1928-1967). A series of publications and typescripts about Windham House includes yearly catalogs and bulletins on the schools curriculum and academic life. The records also include a set of photographs.

National Graduate Training Center (Windham House)

Forward Movement. Publications

Amounting to approximately 25 cubic feet, the Forward Movement Publications Collection currently spans the period 1934-2021. The print publication record begins in 1935. The collection is defined by four series: (1) Serial Publications: Out-of-print Publications; (2) Serial Publications: Forward Day by Day; and (3) Books and Pamphlets. (A fourth series of records is separately cataloged). The Out-of-print Publications in Series 1 are organized alphabetically by serial name and then chronologically by year. Series 2 consists of one Forward Movement serial publication which is still in-print – "Forward Day by Day,"and is arranged chronologically by year.

Forward Movement

Forward Movement. Records

A small and somewhat artificial collection of the organization’s records are maintained as Series 4 of the Records of Forward Movement. It includes early records, especially the Joint Commission’s report, a scrapbook (compiled by the Bishop Edward L. Parsons), correspondence and some ephemera. The Parsons scrapbook was left intact for its artifactual value. It serves as a record of the early years of Forward Movement from 1935-1937. Catalogs make up a large part of the records and document the agency's publication run. Some promotional materials exist from 1934-1943.

Forward Movement

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