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Slavic Gospel Association (SGA) records.

 Unprocessed Material — Box: 12
Identifier: 1991-046

Content Description

Records of the Slavic Gospel Association; 1945-1990. Language: English.

Acquisition Type



Donated to the Archives by Slavic Gospel Association.

Restrictions Apply


Access Restrictions

The materials in this accession are closed to use. They can only be used by persons with written permission from both the Vice President of Administration and Research, SGA. In the absence of the Vice President of Administration, the Executive VP will initiate approval. If the Vice President of Research is absent, then the VP of Ministries will give approval.


  • 1945-1990


12 record cartons

12.0 Linear Feet


Box 1: Misc. Manuals; 1981, n.d.; Board minutes, correspondence and audit reports; 1945-53; Europe Department correspondence; 1977; Europe Department Cabinet minutes; 1987-90; Europe Department Board personnel committee minutes. Box 2: Refugee department materials; 1983-90; International department correspondence; 1980-88. Box 3: International department correspondence, 1980-88; Research department report on 1987 Moscow Book Fair. Box 4: Literature and Training Department correspondence, 1985-86. Box 5: Literature and training department correspondence, 1987-88; Literature and training department manuscript, God?s Work in Poland, photos and tapes; Literature and training department tapes of 1972 Wheaton Communication Seminar. Box 6: Literature and training department project files; 1983-86. Box 7: Literature and training department correspondence; 1981-83. Box 8: Finance department tax & property files. Box 9: Finance department trusts, material sent to Lee Benard, contracts; 1982-86. Box 10: Finance department budgets, financial statements, audits; 1983-85 (includes much miscellaneous material such as European Field Council Minutes). Box 11: Finance department financial statements; 1979-86; Finance department European leases and contracts, 1982-85. Box 12: Summer Youth Training in Europe; 1967-84.