First Unitarian Society (Madison, Wis.) Records, 1867-1982

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Title: First Unitarian Society (Madison, Wis.) Records
Inclusive Dates: 1867-1982

  • First Unitarian Society (Madison, Wis.)
Call Number: Mss 297; Micro 210

Quantity: 10.6 c.f. (21 archives boxes, 4 flat boxes, and 1 oversize folder) and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)

Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Records of a Madison, Wisconsin Unitarian congregation known for its social action endeavors and for its sanctuary designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Included are articles of incorporation, meeting minutes, correspondence, newsletters, financial records, texts of radio sermons, records of the Property Committee including plans for the Wright-designed meeting house, membership lists, and programs of Sunday services. Records of the Meeting House Nursery School, of the Social Action Committee, and several other related groups are present as are records on the Wisconsin Conference of Unitarian (and Independent) Societies (1867-1903), the Unitarian Ministers' Association (1960-1961), and other outside groups.

Language: English

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