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Bishop Leontine T.C. Kelly
1967- 1996
1.47 cu. feet
Bishop Leontine T.C. Kelly was the first African American Woman to be elected bishop, not only in the United Methodist Church, but in any major denomination.

Alfred Waller Papers
1966-1994
1.26cubic feet
The personal papers of Alfred M. Waller, Jr. (1948-1987), American United Methodist minister and Drew University faculty member. This collection contains reference material, various artifacts, publications, sermons, and correspondence largely pertaining to anti-apartheid activities and African American history and issues.

Methodists United For Peace With Justice
1965-2010
18.99cubic feet
Methodists United For Peace With Justice (MUPWJ) is an educational and advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C. Their formation grew out of the Foundry United Methodist Church's Foundry Peace Mission to support the UMC's Council of Bishops pastoral letter "In Defense of Creation: The Nuclear Crisis and a Just Peace". Later it evolved to be ecumenical in nature in both membership and glocal issues. The fight against nuclear proliferation of arms and testing makes up the majority of the records. Other peace issues, however, are still an important segment of the collection such as non-violent pacifism, poverty, especially children and youth, along with changing priorities in the U.S. federal budget.

Edward Bauman Sermons
1965-2003
39.74cubic feet
The Reverend Doctor Edward W. Bauman was senior pastor at the Foundry United Methodist Church in Washington, D.C. from the early 1970s until 1992. These are sermons preached at the Foundry, or on the radio. There are also study guides used with his television programs and several of his books.

James Stein Dissertation
1965
0.18cubic feet
K. James Stein (1929- ), a theologian and professor. Stein was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota, the son of Gustav and Anna (Sommer) Stein. Ordained as an elder in 1956, Stein served appointments in the Dakota Conference. Stein became a Professor of Church History at Evangelical Theological Seminary in Ilinois in 1960 and became a dean at the seminary in 1972. This collection consists of the dissertation of K. James Stein at Union Theological Seminary, submitted in 1965.

John V. Moore Papers
1964-2007
0.18cubic feet
John V. Moore (1919- ), American Minister, was born to Manning Sydney Moore and Winifred Elaine Buxton on September 6, 1919 in Pueblo, Colorado. More pastored both Baptist and Methodist churches for over forty-two years. The John V. Moore papers contain perhaps the earliest serious rethinking on the issue of homosexuality for both church and society in a church pulpit which this case took place at Glide Memorial in 1965.

Administrative Files of the Joint Commission on Church Union
1964-1968
0.54 cu. feet
The Joint Commission on Church Union was the working group which constructed the Plan of Union for The Methodist Church and Evangelical United Brethren merger in 1968. This material contains minutes of their meetings and the draft of the Plan of Union.

Administrative records of the Division of Ministry of God's Human Community of the General Board of Church and Society
1963-2006
29 cubic feet
The Division of Ministry of God's Human Community of the General Board of Church and Society focuses on problems affecting society such as social justice, economic issues, peace issues, and drug awareness.

Administrative Records of the Commission on the Structure of Methodism Overseas
1962-1972
6 cubic feet
This commission worked on the program which enabled former overseas mission areas to become autonomous independent churches or to become part of the central conference structure of a global United Methodism.

Alma Matthews House Board Minutes
1961 - 1984
0.36 Cubic feet
The Alma Mathews House opened its doors January 11, 1889 as the Immigrant Girls Home. An early project of the Women's Home Missionary Society of The Methodist Episcopal Church, the House first was located on State Street facing Battery Park, near old Castle Garden, the receiving station for immigrants in the pre-Ellis Island days.