bMS 234

Hamilton, Ohio. First Universalist Society of Hamilton. Records, 1857-1929.

Summary Information:

Call Number: bMS 234
Title: Hamilton, Ohio. First Universalist Society of Hamilton. Records, 1857-1929.
Repository: Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School,
45 Francis Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138-1911
Quantity: 1 box (.35 cubic feet).

Container List:

bMS 234/1 (1) First Universalist Society of the City of Hamilton. Record book, 1857-1876. Includes: constitution, 1857; minutes of society and trustees' meetings, February 24, 1857-1859, May 5, 1865-1866; treasurer's accounts, 1868-1876.

bMS 234/1 (2) Miscellaneous papers from previous record book. Includes: receipts, 1868-1878; fire insurance policies, 1869, 1878; Hamilton Universalist Church annual report to the State Convention, 1906.

bMS 234/1 (3) Reports of treasurer, Sunday School, Women's Universalist Missionary Alliance, 1868-1914.

bMS 234/1 (4) Correspondence from previous record book, 1869-1872.

bMS 234/1 (5) First Universalist Society. Society and board of trustees record book, 1900-1924. Includes: minutes of society annual and special meetings, May 22, 1900-April 30, 1919, containing treasurer's reports, amendments to constitution; minutes of the board of trustees special and monthly meetings, June 22, 1900-April 26, 1918, December 2, 1924, containing correspondence; last services held May 1917; society dissolved December 2, 1924.

bMS 234/1 (6) First Universalist Society. Society and board of trustees record book, 1915, 1925-1929. Includes: historical note and constitution, 1915; list of members, 1915-1927; minutes of trustees meetings, December 17, 1925-April 1929, containing reorganization, records of elected officials, and correspondence; minutes of annual parish meetings, 1926-1928.

bMS 234/1 (7) Miscellaneous papers from previous record book. Includes: resolution on church property, 1928; minutes of board meeting, DEcember 7, 1927; list of members; certificates of membership; treasurer's reports, 1927-1928; account of trip to National Convention, 1929.