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Adams (Douglas G.) Collection

Douglas Glenn Adams (1945 April 12 - 2007 July 24) was professor of Christianity and the Arts at Pacific School of Religion for 31 years and member of the core Graduate Theological Union faculty. He was an international scholar in...

 
The Advocate

This is the first Graduate Theological Union student newsletter. Initially called Inter Seminary Press, by the seond issue it was called "The Advocate" published by the Inter-Seminary Press of the San Francisco Bay Area. Its purpose was to promote unity...

 
Association For Clinical Pastoral Education, Pacific Region Records

A collection had been given to the GTU Library ca. 1976-77, but there was no documentation on the original gift. Efforts to contact the leadership of the Pacific Region to confirm the gift of the collection were unsuccessful until 1997...

 
Atkinson Foundation: Albert Schweitzer Letters Collection

The collection contains thank you letters from Albert Schweitzer to the Atkinson Foundation for monetary gifts to the general hospital and leper village in Lambarn, Gabon. There are five letters and two photographs with description, written between 1956-1964.

 
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Bay Area ACTS Collection

Organizing proposal; study papers; memos, brochure

 
Bay Area Laymen's School of Religion Collection

The collection contains a short history, newsletters, and brochures for the Laymen's School of Religion, which operated in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1959 to 1969. Following an extension school format, the school offered topical courses (Youth and the...

 
Bennett (Anne M.) Papers

This collection includes Ms. Bennett's papers which have to do with her interest in peace issues and the movements to end the war in Vietnam; and, following the end of the war, the issues of women's ordination -- the place...

Berkeley Free Church Collection

The Berkeley Free Church (South Campus Community Ministry), 1967-1972, Richard York, Pastor, operated a service ministry to the Berkeley, CA, Telegraph Ave. area transients, runaways and hippies. Services included a referral switchboard, counseling, health care, crash pads, and free food....

 
Berkeley Presbyterian Missionary Homes Collection

The Berkeley Presbyterian Missionary Homes (BPMH) is a ministry related to the Presbytery of San Francisco that operates through a California non-profit corporation. Founded in 1937, the BPMH originally provided housing for international missionaries who were in between assignments or...

 
Berkeley-Albany Church Women United

This collection contains organization records of the Berkeley-Albany Church Women United: scrapbooks and folders with newspaper clippings, minutes, bulletins, reports, fliers and other indications of activities.

 
Berkeley-Albany Religious Census

This is a report, based on the 1960 census, on the religious composition of the Berkeley-Albany area in 1960. Socio-economic analysis is part of the discussion. The report concludes: "How the Christian faith is to be translated into meaningful appeals...

 
Bibliographical Center Collection

The GTU Bibliographical Center existed from 1963-69. It was essentially a centralized book ordering, cataloging and processing center for the GTU schools. Subgroup C contains all existing records of the Center. The records appear to be far from complete and...

 
Birchard, (Roy) : Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches Collection

This collection contains materials from the life of Roy Birchard, who was a leader in the early years of the Metropolitan Community Church. He served in a number of leadership roles in various locations, including New York and San Francisco....

Board of Trustees: Art Exhibit Records

Art and other special exhibits have been displayed at the Graduate Theological Union Library since opened in 1981. This collection contains records from the the Trustees Aesthetics Committee and the art curator's office. Materials include flyers, slides and photos of...

 
Boeke (Richard F. )Collection

Richard F. Boeke served as minister of the First Unitarian Church of Berkeley, California, 1973-1995. During his ministry, he was involved in the Howard Thurman Educational Trust, the International Association for Religious Freedom, and the Uniquest Foundation, among other groups...

 
Borgens, Sr. (Edward G.), and Donofrio (Helen Z.) Collection of Religious Sheet Music

Religious sheet music from the collection of Edward G. Borgens, Sr. (1904-1984), organist and choral director, and Helen Z. Donofrio (1910-1996), coloratura soprano, church soloist and light opera singer. Borgens was also a successful music retailer in San Diego. His...

 
Brockett (Donald G.) Collection

Donald G. Brockett, 1937-1986, was a Congregational minister. While a seminarian at Andover Newton Theological School, Brockett participated in efforts to integrate the Boston public schools, volunteering as a teacher in the Freedom School Movement in 1964. He served various...

 
Brown (Evelyn Berger) Collection

This collection consists of Evelyn Berger Brown's professional papers from the mid-1960's to her retirement in the mid-1970's. There is very little personal material. A large portion of the collection consists of material concerning her extensive community lecturing, from the...

Brown (Robert McAfee) Collection

Robert McAfee Brown, 1920-2001, was a Christian theologian, ethicist, teacher, author, preacher, and advocate for peace and justice in social, economic, and gender issues. The collection contains published and unpublished material by R.M. Brown and by various other authors.

 
Bruner (Glen) collection

The bulk of the collection is from the period after Glen Bruner's retirement as a missionary, mid-1960s-1978. The Correspondence series provides extensive information through personal narrative from Protestant missionaries with various denominations all over the world. He served as an...

 
Buchler (Alfred) Collection

The material had no original order. It is here arranged chronologically. This collection represents a part of Buchler's total original material. Further materials are located: 1) (P. O. Box 77603, San Francisco, CA 94107: 415-882-7092): interviews covering experiences in Vienna...

 
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California Baptist Convention and Association Proceedings

This collection of minutes and annual reports from the 19th and 20th centuiry was donated to the Graduate Theological Union (GTU) by the American Baptist Seminary of the West. The materials show the development of the Baptist church in California...

 
Center and Programs. Center for Ethics and Social Policy

The Center for Ethics and Social Policy was founded in 1974 as a program unit of the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. Faculty involved in this area from both the GTU and the University of California at Berkeley founded...

 
Center and Programs. Office for Programs in Comparative Religion

What became the Office for Programs in Comparative Religion Collection began in 1976 with a National Endowment of the Humanities grant to develop a curriculem that focused on a phenomenological approach to religion. With this area established at Gradute Theological...

 
Center for Responsible Tourism Collection

The work of the Center for Responsible Tourism was for the most part to educate and inform First World, especially North American, people to be sensitive to how tourism can have a negative impact on the visited country environmentally and...

 
Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence Collection

The collection was packed in boxes and shipped to the GTU by staff at the Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence staff when its office moved in 1995. The collection follows the original order of the Center....

Centers and Programs. Center for the Study of New Religious Movements

This collection documents the history of the Center for the Study of New Religious Movements from 1977-1983.

 
Centers And Programs. Office Of Women's Affairs/Center For Women And Religion

The Center was founded in 1970 as the Office of Women's Affairs by women who recognized "that seminary women at the GTU schools needed a channel, an advocate, an office through which to express their needs and concerns." The name...

 
Chapman (Gordon K.): Protestant Church Commission for Japanese Service Collection

The Protestant Church Commission for Japanese Service was set-up in response to Executive Order 9066 ordering all Japanese-American citizens and aliens evacuated from the U.S. West Coast and relocated to centers in the interior. The Commission acted as a conduit...

Christian World Liberation Front Collection

The collection contains records about evangelical Christians and the Jesus movement in Berkeley from 1970 through the eighties. Materials primarily represent the Christian World Liberation Front (CWLF) and the Spiritual Counterfeits Project (SCP), but also include materials on the Bay...

 
Clark (Henry B.) Collection

The collection documents the thought and career of Henry B. Clark (1930-2009), a professor of religion and ethics. Topics include the church and desegregation, the life of Albert Schweitzer, the church under Margaret Thatcher, Reinhold Niebuhr, social ethics, Council of...

 
Cohen (Albert G. ) Campus Ministry, Social Justice and Environment Collection

Albert Gleaves Cohen served as campus minister with United Ministries in Higher Education at California State University Fullerton (1965-69) and California State University in Los Angeles (1969-97). The collection contains his activities on campus and off for civil rights, minority...

 
Cooperative Ministries in Higher Education of Northern California and Nevada Collection

The collection contains minutes of board meetings, administrative records, and program files of the Cooperative Ministries in Higher Education of Northern California and Nevada.

Culver (Elsie T.) Collection

The collection apparently was donated by Elsie Thomas Culver to the Center for Women and Religion (CWR) at the GTU around 1979. In 1992, the collection was transferred from CWR to the GTU Archives, still in its original boxes and...

 
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Donnelly (Dorothy Dody H.) Papers

Manuscript and audio visual collection of Dody H. Donnelly (June 29, 1920 - 2013), a professor at several seminaries within Graduate Theological Union and Catholic leader in women's rights, organization and prison reform. In 1971 she became the first full...

 
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Ellacuría (Ignacio) Collection

The collection is a copy of the material in the personal files of Ignacio Ellacuria at the Centro Pastoral Arzobispo Oscar Romero at the University of Central America in San Salvador. The materials were used for Robert Lassalle-Klein's 1995 dissertation...

 
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Frankl (Viktor E. ) Collection

The collection originated as the Frankl Library and Memorabilia founded by Robert C. Leslie in 1975. Leslie, Foster Professor of Pastoral Psychology and Counseling, Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA, (1954-82) had met and studied with Frankl in 1961. He...

 
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Gillingham (Mildred R. and James L. ) New Religious Movement Collection

The collection contains ephemera, printed materials and correspondence on Hindu, Buddhism, Theosophy, new age, religious science, UFOs, Society of Friends, new thought Christian writers and related materials. Within these materials are correspondence and writings from some well known 20th century...

 
Glaser (Chris) Collection

Chris Glaser (1950 - ) is an activist for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) rights, especially within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). As writer and speaker, his topics include the church, the Bible and homosexuality: the spiritual gifts of the...

 
Gold (Victor) Collection

The material is arranged as received from the donor. File folders retain the original headings, with the exception of loose materials received February 24, 2009. Nearly all items reflect Prof. Gold's personal involvement in the GTU. GTU 90-5-03, GTU Oral...

 
Graduate Theological Union Accreditation Collection

This collection contains the accreditation files for the Graduate Theological Union from 1966 on.

 
Graduate Theological Union Library Construction Photograph Collection

The GTU library building was constructed in two phases: Phase I (1979-1981), during which the basement and level one were built, and Phase II (1985-1987), during which levels two and three were completed. The library was renovated in 2000-2001 and...

 
Griffiths (Bede) Collection

A British Benedictine monk, Bede Griffiths was a prominent figure at several ashrams in South India. The collection is the designated archive for the the Bede Griffiths Trust. Materials include original papers, correspondence, photocopies, publications, manuscripts, audiotapes, videotapes, photographs...

 
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Hadsell (John S.) Westminster House Collection

The collection contains notes, interviews, correspondence, pamphlets and other materials used by John Hadsell to write .

 
Harrell (John and Mary) Collection

This collection includes personal papers, working production files, photographs, slides, audio tapes, tapestries, drawings, oil paintings, watercolor paintings

 
Henry (Carl French) collection

This small collection consists of biographical materials of the Henry family (C.F. Henry, Rena M. Henry, his wife, Helen Henry, daughter and other family members), and Henry's records of marriages, correspondence, sermons, class lectures and information on Throop Memorial Universalist...

 
Hill (Claiborne M.) Collection

This collection contains correspondence, financial correspondence, addresses, notes and sermons

Hogue (Harland E. ) Oral History Collection

Harland E. Hogue, 1908-1999, was professor of homiletics and church history at the Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley, CA. His oral history interviews discuss his life, career, experiences, people, and general observations at PSR beginning in 1954. The interviews also...

 
Holy Card Collection

These cards have been collected by Library Staff from books donated as gifts to the GTU Library. If, while processing the book for inclusion in the library collection, a holy card is found, it is added to the collection. There...

 
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Inter-Racial and Cross-Cultural Education Program

The Inter-Racial and Cross-Cultural Education Program (IRCCE) began in the summer of 1984 in response to a series of reports on the lack of racial or ethnic equality and recognition within the GTU and its member schools. The goal...

 
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J. Stilson Judah: New Religious Movements Collection

The collection consists mainly of Library director N. Stilson Judah's materials on New Religious Movements. There is some personal materials that reflect Judah's interest in tennis and ballroom dancing and an oral history about his life.

 
Japanese-American Internment Camp Church Bulletins and Newsletters Collection

This collection contains mimeographed church worship bulletins and newsletters from various Japanese-American Internment Camps during World War II.

 
Judah (J. Stillson): Japanese Camp Books collection

The collection consists of correspondence and book lists sent between Judah and Felter at Pacific School of Religion, the seminary libraries participating in loaning the books, and representatives in the camps coordinating the book collections in their respective camps. The...

 
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King (Thomas Starr) Collection

Thomas Starr King (1824 - 1864) was a Unitarian and Universalist minister and popular lecturer. Son of a Universalist minister who served in New York and Massachusetts, he also served churches in the Boston area. He accepted a call to...

 
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Larson (James Timothy): The Creative Legacy Collection

Timothy James Larson (1942-2011) served as pastor, educator, therapist and caregiver. After becoming permanently disabled, he wrote spiritual journals, memoirs and poetry. This collection includes his over 4000 page dream journal, along with other writings.

 
Lillie (Frances C.) Collection

Some of the letters from von Hugel have been published in Baron Friedrich von Hugel, Selected Letters, 1896-1924, Bernard Holland, editor (1933 edition). The correspondence with Maritain centers around bringing him to the University of Chicago to give a lecture...

 
Lohr (Andrew Christian) Collection

This collection preserves the life and teachings of Andrew Christian Lohr (1880-1960), a modern day mystic who lived in Southern California. William H. Allen, a professor of education, collected the material, in part used for a book on Lohr's teaching,...

 
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McKenzie (Marna ) Collection of Developing Ministries, Cooperative Ministries in Higher Education

Marna McKenzie was hired in 1984 to direct the Developing Ministries project for the Cooperative Ministries in Higher Education of Northern California and Nevada. She coordinated resources to create campus ministry programs with local church support in schools within Northern...

 
McNeill (John J.) and Chiarelli (Charles) Gay and Lesbian Liberation Collection

This collection includes personal papers, correspondence, speeches, articles both about and by J. McNeill, typed manuscripts of three books, Maurice Blondel research and thesis, video and audio cassettes, engagement calendars, books and computer discs.

 
Mealy (Norman C. ) Collection of 18th Century Methodist Hymnals

The collection contains photocopies of significant 18th century Methodists hymnals with notes and indexes of the hymns by Norman Carleton Mealy.

 
Mollenkott (Virginia Ramey ) Papers

The collection contains the working, task, project, and correspondence files and materials concerning the career and ministry of Virginia Ramey Mollenkott (1932 - ), an English professor and advocate of women's and gay and lesbian rights. Raised a fundamentalist Christian,...

 
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National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research Collection

The working files for the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research came directly from the Karen Lebacqz and was contained in one file cabinet and several boxes. The boxes contained 3-ring binders primarily...

 
National Conference of the Chinese Churches in America Collection

Original papers (carbon copies, photocopy); transcripts of taped discussions; published proceedings; correspondence.

National Sanctuary Defense Fund Records

The National Sanctuary Defense Fund was established in 1984 to raise funds for the legal defense of sanctuary workers and refugees from Central America. Immigrants from El Salvador and Guatemala in particular were arrested and indicted during the 1980s for...

 
New Religious Movements Organizations: Vertical Files Collection

The Vertical Files Collection is part of the New Religious Movements Research Collections in the Graduate Theological Union Archives. These materials were collected over a 22-year period by successive library staff people. The collection includes such materials as correspondence, newsletters,...

 
No on Proposition 14: California Fair Housing Initiative collection

Proposition 14, or the California Fair Housing initiative, became a focal point for the issue of racial discrimination and the civil rights movement in California in 1964. The collection contains political campaign material (pamphlets, brochures, newsletters, monographs, flyers, bumper stickers)...

 
Noffke (William "Will") Papers

William "Will" Noffke was a Bay Area radio host. He interviewed spiritual and political leaders on various programs, including The Meeting of the Ways, New Dimensions and New Horizons. His papers include administrative materials, background information on the interviewees and...

 
North Phoenix Corporate Ministry Collection

The North Phoenix Corporate Ministry was a group of Catholic, Jewish, and Protestant Congregations in northern Phoenix, AZ who worked together in areas of education, worship, social concern, creative arts, and communication. Included are administrative files, program files, financial records,...

 
Northern California Ecumenical Council Collection

The Northern California Ecumenical Council is an organization of lay and ordained persons from different denominations and communions who work together to improve the lives of their members. The collection includes adfministrative papers and materials on events and projects.

 
Nuclear Disarmament Project Collection

The collection contains correspondence and educational materials related to the Nuclear Disarmament Project (NDP), a part of the Commission on Social Justice, Archdiocese of San Francisco, 1981-1985. Co-directors Pia Moriarty and Bob Williams adapted the approach of the Brazilian educator...

 
Nuclear Free Pacific and Other Pacific Island Issues Collection

A collection of materials on the investigation into a nuclear free Pacific by concerned churches from Hugh Wire.

 
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Office of Institutional Advancement. GTU Photograph Collection

This collection consists of GTU photographs taken and collected primarily for the purpose of publishing them in the GTU newsletters Ecumenical Associates News and later Currents, as well as other publications such as the GTU View Book and GTU Catalog,...

 
Office Of The Dean. GTU Distinguished Faculty Lecture

The Graduate Theological Union Annual Faculty Lecture was inaugurated in 1976 and is usually held in November. The lecture is given by distinguished members of the faculty.

 
Office Of The President And Dean. John Dillenberger Papers

John Dillenberger became assistant dean of the GTU in 1963 and served as dean from June 1, 1963 to July 1971. He held the additional title of GTU President from 1967 until he left these administrative posts in 1971. The...

 
O'Hanlon (Daniel) - Vatican II Collection

The collection was given to the GTU Library in the late 1970's by Daniel O'Hanlon. It was not officially deeded to the GTU Archives until 1992. Originally in cardboard cartons, the collection was reboxed and moved at least twice by...

Oral History Collection

The class interviewed persons who were instrumental in the formation and early years of the GTU. When the collection was given, Zikmund noted that the tapes from John Dillenberger and Robert Kimball were missing. The interviewees signed release forms. These...

 
Ordination of Women in the Episcopal Church Collection

This collection was put together in 1977 at the Graduate Theological Union Library by then Acting Librarian David Green. He published a letter in Episcopal diocesan newspapers stating that the Library was collecting on this important subject, and requesting any...

 
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Pacific and Asian American Center for Theology and Strategies Collection

Organized in 1972 as the Asian American Center for Theology and Strategies and incorporated in 1974, the name was changed to Pacific and Asian American Center for Theology and Strategies in 1977 to reflect inclusiveness of constituencies. PACTS was...

 
Parsons (Bishop Edward L.): Pamphlets, Articles, and Sermons on Church Unity

Twelve papers from the collection of Edward L. Parsons, 1868-1960, who served as pastor at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Berkeley, California, 1904-1919. He was Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of San Francisco, 1919-1924, and Bishop of California, 1924-1941.

 
Piepkorn (Arthur C.) Research Collection for "Profiles in Belief"

The collection contains materials gathered or generated for researching, compiling, and writing Arthur Piepkorn's "Profiles in Belief". Materials include correspondence, drafts of material written by Piepkorn, copies of information from books or other sources, brochures, pamphlets, newsletters, periodicals, periodical and...

 
Pledge of Resistance Collection

The Pledge of Resistance began in 1984 in response to the threat of U.S. invasion into Nicaragua. The national structure grew as people signed the pledge resisting the U.S. government's policies toward Central America. Signals for actions were sent out...

 
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Radical Religion: A Quarterly Journal of Critical Opinion

The Radical Religion Collective, later named the Community for Religious Research and Education, formed in Berkeley, California in 1973 to continue the publishing arm of the closed Berkeley Free Church (1967-1972). Richard L. York, pastor of the church, became a...

Remembering Theological Education at the Graduate Theological Union in the 1960s Oral History

This extensive oral history includes interviews from 79 scholars who discuss the founding of the Graduate Theological Union and issues in theological education before, after and during the 1960s. The interviews were conducted in 1993-94 by Ray F. Kibler III,...

 
Responses to Jonestown collection

This collection consists of newspaper articles, periodical articles, and sermons reporting or commenting on the Jonestown mass suicide in Guyana, November 1978. The Graduate Theological Union Library staff solicited and collected the materials from various sources.

 
Rood (Wayne R.) Collection

Wayne R. Rood (1915 - 2000) taught for 44 years at the Pacific School of Religion. He wrote, directed and acted in religious plays, taught courses on theater and theology, and supervised many theses and dissertations on the subject. Rood...

 
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Sanctuary Oral History Project Records

An oral history of the sanctuary movement based on interviews with religious and lay leaders in the Bay Area conducted by Eileen Purcell during 1997-1998. The interviews cover the beginning of the sanctuary movement during the Vietnam Conflict (1971-1972) and...

Schaller (The Rev. Winfred B. ) Collection

Rev. Winfred B. Schaller was a leader in the creation of the Church of Lutheran Confession (CLC). He served as editor of the CLC's first periodical, , from June 1958 until he was forced to resign in August 1970. He...

 
Schultz (Gustav) Sanctuary Collection

The majority of the collection concerns the sanctuary movement for Central American refugees. Sanctuary for military personnel is a small, though significant, part of the collection. This collection was obtained from the donor's office. Material was received in 3-ring binders,...

 
Scientology at the Marina Collection

The Scientology at the Marina records, mostly from the early seventies, include administrative correspondence, handwritten notes, financial records, institutional records, educational courses, pamphlets, typescript manuscripts, transcripts of lectures, certificates, lists, newsletter copy, periodicals, published materials, and ephemera, including flyers.

 
Spretnak (Charlene): Early Feminist Spirituality Collection

The collection consists of journal articles, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings; complete issues of magazines and journals; calendars; posters; audio/visual materials; glossaries; bibliographies.

 
Starhawk Collection

Starhawk is a pioneer in and advocate of the revival of earth-based spirituality and Goddess religion; a peace and justice activist; and a veteran and continued organizer in progressive movements, committed to bringing the techniques and creative power of spirituality...

Stein (Edith ) Collection

This collection contains both original and photocopy material. The donation is from Susanne M. Batzdorff, niece of Edith Stein. She assumed the role of her mother and last surviving sibling, Dr. Erna Stein Biberstein (1890-1978), in responding to researchers,...

 
Stone (Donald C., Jr.) Papers

The papers document Donald C. Stone's work with Ornstein and Swencionis on the Outcome Project, and the development of his doctoral research, including his various publications on the human potential movement, up to the completion of his doctoral dissertation.

The Sunday Before Collection

"The Sunday Before: Sermons by Pacific Coast Pastors of the Japanese Race on the Sunday before Evacuation to Assembly Centers in the Late Spring of 1942" includes sermons delivered by Protestant ministers prior to the forced evacuation of Japanese and...

 
Suzuki (Lester E.) Collection

The collection consists of three drafts of his doctoral thesis Ministry in the Assembly and Relocation Centers of World War II, as well as books and other research materials donated by Suzuki. The thesis describes daily life and worship...

 
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Taylor (Margaret Palmer ) Collection of Sacred Dance

Margaret Palmer, 1908-2004, was born in Oakland, Calif. She was a pioneer in the field of sacred dance in America. A daughter of a Congregational minister, the family moved to Honolulu in 1917, where she learned creative dance in school....

 
Thorlaksson (Steingrimur O.) Papers

This collection was processed in two separate sections. The first section had been partially processed and cataloged by library staff. The second section processed two years later when four boxes of unprocessed material were discovered after a shelf move. The...

 
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United Campus Christian Ministry (San Jose State University)

United Campus Christian Ministry began at San Jose State University as a Presbyterian effort in 1956. Various other denominations joined the Ministry through its history. UCCM focused on helping SJSU students and sponsored many programs and events, which often addressed...

 
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Vietnamese Conflict Resource Collection

The staff collected published material (pamphlets, flyers, position papers, sermons, newspaper and journal articles, brochures) from government departments (United States and North Vietnam); national denominations; local, national, and international organizations; and individuals. Each item bears a yellow sticker with accession...

 
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Weatherly (Aubrey Richard) Collection

Aubrey Richard (Rick)Weatherly, 1952-91, was a pastor in the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches and served in Oakland, California. The collection contains personal and professional files, photographs, slides, negatives, and buttons relating to his personal and professional life.

Whitaker (Robert W.) Collection

Robert Whitaker was a Baptist minister who served churches in Seattle; Salem, Oregon; Oakland and Los Gatos, California. He was politically active throughout his ministry. participating in socialism, communism, pacifism, the labor movement, and the American Civil Liberties Union. He...

 
Wilbur (Earl M.) Papers

This collection had been in storage several years before processing; moved several times, and handled by various people over the years, including Wilbur's daughter Elizabeth. Materials for the collection came in groups of boxes or individual items from various sources...

 
World Council of Churches Collection

This collection most likely came from Aaron Ungersma, a professor at San Francisco Theological Seminary. Attempts to contact Dr. Ungersma have yielded nothing, so there is no documentation on this collection. It is thought that Dr. Ungersma served on the...

 
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Yinger (Paul W.) Papers

The collection was packed up from Rev. Yinger's garage at his home in Sun City West, AZ and shipped to the GTU Archives. The arrangement is as close to what Rev. Yinger kept as possible....