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Church and social problems -- United States

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Collection 066 Papers of Ernest Cherrington

 Collection
Identifier: CN-066
Scope and Contents Office files, executive committee files, and personal files kept by Cherrington, a leading prohibition advocate of the early twentieth century. Important in the Anti-saloon League of America, and in several anti-liquor publishing interests.The Ernest Hurst Cherrington papers are Series XIII of a twenty-one-series microfilming project done between 1975 and 1977 with the cooperation of three repositories holding significant papers relating to temperance and prohibition: the Michigan...

Sojourners Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-023
Scope and Contents The Sojourners Collection contains the archival papers of the Christian social concern and community group known by that name.  Sojourners traces its origin to a group of seven students at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, (see Jim Wallis) who called for a new and rigorous application of Biblical ethics to American Culture.  Believing that the church was losing the current generation, they...

Temperance and Prohibition papers

 Collection
Identifier: CN 064-067
Scope and Contents Correspondents include U.S. presidents and other political figures, writers, social activists and others, including: William Jennings Bryan, Herbert Hoover, Henry Robinson Luce, Upton Sinclair, William Allen White, Louisa May Alcott, Susan B. Anthony, Clara Barton, James Gillespie Blaine, William Booth, Phillips Brooks, William Cullen Bryant, Dorthea Dix, Mary Baker Eddy, James A. Garfield, Rutherford B. Hayes, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Julia Ward Howe, James Whitcomb Riley, Harriet Beecher...

The Other Side Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-182
Scope and Contents The Other Side, which was a "magazine of Christian discipleship," was established by Jubilee, Inc. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1976.