Church Federation of St. Louis Collection

Accession Number: SC 19:17
Location: RB-M
Dates: 1913-1965
Size: 1 slim Hollinger; 0.15 cubic feet
Creator/Collector: Church Federation of St. Louis
Acquisition info: Unknown
Accruals: No accruals expected
Custodial history: Unknown
Language: English
Processed by: Melissa Miller, July 2019
Conservation notes: Items placed in acid-free folders
Scope and Content: The collection contains programs, leaflets, and information booklets related to the Church Federation of St. Louis. The Federation was in existence from roughly 1905-1978 and had over 500 participating churches.
Arrangement: Alphabetical by subject
Restrictions: No restrictions
Remarks: Removed from the Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection (SC U:150)

Church Federation of St. Louis Collection
1 slim Hollinger; 0.15 cubic feet

Box/Folder Description
1/1 Finding Aid
1/2 Brochures, Fliers, and Leaflets

-"The Church and Social Service"; n/d (2)

-"Educational Opportunities for Church Groups"; 1924 (2)

-"The Enlarged Program of the Church Federation for Community Service"; 1924 (2)

-Fliers; 1945-1950 (2)

-"Handbook for Ecumenical Committees in Local Churches"; 1962

-Laboratory School information; 1961

-"Reformation Day"; 1946

-"The Story of Protestant Cooperative Weekday Schools of Religion of St. Louis"; ca. 1939 (2)

-"The Why of Protestantism"; 1949 (3)

1/3 Federation Information

-The Church at Work newsletter; 1922-1946 (3)

-Constitution and Bylaws; n/d (3)

-"Cooperative Protestantism in Greater St. Louis"; n/d

-Correspondence; 1935-1949 (3)

-Federation News newsletter; 1913-1914 (3)

-Historical booklets; 1959 (2)

-Informational booklets; 1924-1926 (3)

-Together newsletter; 1954-1959 (2)

1/4 Programs and Invitations

-Anniversary Dinner program; 1959

-Annual meeting program; 1942

-Clark Walker Cummings Memorial Conference Room Dedication program; 1951

-God and Our Country program; n/d

-Invitation; 1963

-Reformation Service programs; 1945-1957 (12)

-"A Sleep of Prisoners" program; 1960

-Winston Churchill Memorial Service program; 1965

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