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In January 1857, a group of Penn students met and formed an organization named the Christian Society of the University of Pennsylvania. The organizers' intention was to "unite in friendly intercourse and cooperation" all religious men of the university so as to "confirm" their principles "with Christian sympathies and tendencies." The existing records show that the organization lasted for only a little over two years, but it was undoubtedly the first attempt on campus to advance Christian principles by forming an institution. It took another thirty-odd years before a more formal organization of similar motivation came into being. In 1892, the University of Pennsylvania branch of the intercollegiate Young Men's Christian Association was founded with John R. Mott as its first director. Six years later, at its annual business meeting in April, 1898, the organization resolved that its relationship with the YMCA of the City of Philadelphia be dissolved. In 1901, it incorporated under the name of the Christian Association of the University of Pennsylvania. The mission of the new institution, as its charter stated, was to promote "spiritual welfare of the students of the University of Pennsylvania by encouraging Christian fellowship and cooperation."

The history of the Christian Association (hereafter referred to as CA) mirrors the changing values of the American society, as well as the flow and ebb of Protestantism in the country. Traditionally, the institution linked its mission for Christian advancement with such social services as operating settlement houses for the poor; providing summer camps for kids from less fortunate families in the vicinity of the campus; holding various kinds of social activities for women; financing needy students with low-interest loans; and undertaking lofty, though highly selective, foreign missions in underdeveloped countries like China and India. In 1943, as the campus of the University was substantially used as a military reservation and over three thousand students were in uniform, the CA acquired the status of Associated Wartime Agency of the local USO. Besides serving the civilian students, it was now expected to entertain service men as well. Recreational activities such as record dancing and Punch Hour proved to be most successful. The 1960s saw the CA's interest surge in issues related to global peace, humanitarianism, social justice, as well as services specifically addressed to minorities or such marginalized groups as homosexuals. Although the CA continued to claim in its 1968 bylaws the purpose of "furthering the mission and ministry of the Church within the total University Community," its emphasis had apparently shifted to enhancing humanism in general.

From its inception, the CA has been affiliated with major denominations of Protestant Christianity: Episcopal, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist, and the United Church of Christ and in the early days, each denomination had a representative on its staff. After 1958, each denomination, while continuing to make token contributions to the CA, began to have its own budget. The CA, however, continued to help manage certain financial matters of the denominational groups, including programs related to funds and foundations in the latter's charge. Since 1967, the CA, as a Protestant campus ministry, has enjoyed support from the Pennsylvania Commission of the United Ministries in Higher Education. In its early years, the CA relied heavily upon University alumni for financial support. Generous support for the expensive China medical program was an example. The CA's position on various social and cultural issues in the sixties, however, somewhat distanced many of its "mainline" alumni. The aversion of well-to-do students and alumni to a leftist-tinged image of the organization, coupled with the decrease in the number of active and affiliated Protestant students in the University, greatly weakened the CA's support base.

Physically, the institution in its earliest days--the University Branch of the city's Young Men's Christian Association--was housed right in the middle of campus at 3449 Woodland Avenue. From 1896 to 1922, it shared the newly-built Houston Hall with the student union. Because of the expansion of the operations of the student union, however, the CA moved out of Houston Hall in 1922 and returned to the Woodland Avenue. It remained there until 1928 when the new CA building at 3601 Locust Street was completed. In the sixties, with the creation of Locust Walk, the CA found itself with a building located in the center of campus. The prime location and a reduction in the space needs of the organization enabled the CA to earn a significant income from the leasing of office and restaurant space as well as the rental of the auditorium and meeting places. By the mid 1980s, income from rentals surpassed the total income from endowments, donations from alumni and churches, and other external fundings. Because of financial and other considerations, the Association moved out of 3601 Locust Walk in late July 2000 and settled at 118 South 37th Street in January 2001.

The CA's hundred-year-plus history can be better understood through a closer look at the spectrum of its diverse programs. Shortly after its incorporation, the CA embarked on its mission along two lines--a commitment to social service and a salient international interest. In 1898, two Penn undergraduates, Josiah C. McCracken (M.D., 1901, and CA president of 1898-1900) and William Remington (B.S., 1900, and CA vice president of the same period), started a Sabbath-afternoon School for a group of boys in the neighborhood in a destitute area east of the Schuylkill River (one source puts it as 611 Schuylkill Avenue, another puts it as 2623 South Street). This attempt turned out to be the forerunner of two major programs of the CA's social service in future--the settlement houses and summer camps. The CA General Secretary reported in 1899 that a "U.P. Christian Settlement" formally opened on January 1st, 1899, at 2524 South Street, and that the inauguration of the program and the supervision of the work had largely been a credit to Andrew H. Wood (M.D., 1899). As the program grew, the CA moved the University Settlement House to 2601 Lombard Street in 1906. Later on, the settlement house program further expanded, first in 1928, to the Dixon House at 1920 South 20th Street, a property it eventually owned, and then in 1932 and 1945 respectively, to two others which it operated--the Oxmead Farm work camp in Burlington, NJ, and the Western Community House at 1613 South Street (the latter being formerly the Western Soup Society founded in 1837). In the meantime, a summer camp for boys started in 1907, when a property in Greenlane, PA, was donated for that purpose. A similar camp for girls followed in 1925. The camps were required to maintain as close as possible to a 50/50 white/non-white ratio, and had Penn students serve as counselors during the summer. Both programs--the settlement houses and the camps--flourished from the late 1920s through the late 1950s, when Dana G. How was the CA director. In 1963, the camps and settlement houses were separated from the CA and placed under control of the Diversified Community Services (DCS). The DCS, while having a board comprising mainly of CA Board members, was religiously unaffiliated so as to be eligible for funding from the United Way.

The CA's work on women activities originated with the Young Women's Christian Association of the University of Pennsylvania, which was formed in 1916. In 1922, the CA established its own women's division, which was run by the Women's Advisory Council (WAC), a body consisting of members of the YWCA and the wives of CA alumni. The WAC organized bazaars, crafts fairs, antiques fairs, teas and card parties for the purpose of raising funds for other CA programs. The women's organization reached its peak in the 1950s and early 1960s, but then declined rapidly, voting to dissolve in 1978.

Like other Ivy League schools, notably Yale and Harvard, Penn was swept by a zeal in missions overseas at the turn of the century. As early as in 1902, the CA Board resolved that for the purpose of making Jesus Christ the Savior known throughout the world, it would support a representative on the foreign mission in China. It appointed Andres H. Woods, who was then secretary to the Christian College, Canton, China, its representative. In 1905, it sent Josiah McCracken to China to study the feasibility of taking over the medical school from the Canton College. Two years later, McCracken left again for China to operate the medical school in Canton, which was then renamed the University Medical School. When the Canton Christian College resumed operational control of the medical school in 1914, the CA transferred its interest to Shanghai, and from 1914 to 1948, McCracken served as Dean of the Shanghai medical school called "The Pennsylvania Medical School being the Medical Department of St. John's University." It took nothing less than the approach of a nation-wide Communist takeover to induce McCracken to leave the country. The medical school sponsored by the CA turned out hundreds of Chinese doctors, whose contribution to the development of China's modern medicine forms an outstanding achievement of the CA comparable to that of a similar project financed by the Rockefeller Foundation --the Peking Union Medical College.

Similar to the McCracken mission, the CA formed in 1938 a committee exclusively for the purpose of supporting the work of Dr. Victor Rambo in India. Prominent members of the CA had paid for Rambo's medical education, and as a result, he dedicated his life to the elimination of blindness in India through eye surgery. Following the death of Dana G. How, CA director from 1928 to 1958 and a personal friend and strong supporter to Dr. Rambo, aid to this Indian mission soon ceased.

Two more international programs deserve a passing note. One was the International Student House, which was unofficially founded in 1908 when the Rev. A. Waldo Stevenson, with the help of his friend Edward C. Wood, took into his home a group of Chinese students who had had difficulty obtaining safe and decent accommodations in West Philadelphia. In 1918, the CA bought the Potts Mansion at 3905 Spruce Street and used it as the program's home. While only twelve students could live at the house, it served as a center for hundreds of international students. In 1943, in order to secure funding from the Community Fund of Philadelphia, the International Student House separated from the CA to become the International House of Philadelphia. This program was reportedly the first of its kind in the country and has served as a model for other such institutions around the country. Another international program, the International Hospitality Program, was originally started in 1952 by the United Church Women of the Philadelphia Council of Churches as a host family program for foreign students and their families. It operated a clothing exchange and language classes, sponsored gatherings, and offered cultural training to wives of foreign students. In 1965, it relocated to the CA building, where it received administrative and financial support from the CA. Due to financial constraints of the CA, the program moved to and was taken over by the International House of Philadelphia in 1977.

The CA's interest in social service burst into a wide variety of cultural and social activities in the 1960s which corresponded to the liberal and civil rights movements in the nation in general. A series of art exhibits began in 1964. It gave new or less known artists opportunities to display their works. A film series started in 1970 and achieved a moderate level of popularity in Philadelphia. The viewings were not secular events as they were often followed by lectures or discussions of their theological, religious and ecumenical ramifications. Two of the more successful film oriented programs developed by the CA, The Neighborhood Film Project and the International Cinema Project, were taken over by the International House and continue to thrive. During the mid 1970s, the Wilma Theater became a resident theater company of the CA until it was financially on stable ground. The Cultural Harvest program started in 1980 as an umbrella program for various artistic endeavors. It supported the Big Small Theater (a Wilma Theater splinter group), the Fresh Fish Poetry series, and the People's Energy Theater. The Big Small Theater, which enjoyed a moderate level of success and publicity, often tackled political and moral issues from a left-wing perspective.

In addition to its interest in cultural programs, the CA reached out during this period along two more distinctive lines. One was a series of services and activities specifically addressed to homosexuals. A campus ministry to gay students took shape around 1970. By 1974 the CA had formalized its gay ministry. Its more outward support of gays included sponsorship of the Philadelphia Gay Cultural Festival in 1978, formation of Gay and Lesbian Peer Counseling, support of student groups at Penn (Gays at Penn, Lesbians at Penn, etc.) and creation of the Philadelphia Lesbian Gay Task Force (PLGTF) in 1978. The last organization was a support to the legal anti-discrimination efforts of the gay community at Penn and in Philadelphia. Although the CA terminated its relationship with PLGTF in 1983, its support of gay ministry through Gay and Lesbian Peer Counseling and gay student groups continued.

During this same period, the CA expanded its interest in issues, local or global, that were related to the upholding of social justice and humanistic values. Globally, the CA was noted for its opposition to American military intervention overseas. It served as a sanctuary during both the Vietnam War and the period following the passing of the Selective Service Act in the early 1980s. Also in the early 1980s, the CA started sponsoring student groups like the Penn Peace Action Committee and a number of "Peace & Justice" projects, among them the Mobilization For Survival (MOBE) and Stop the Pentagon/Serve the People (STP). The CA also invited the Berrigan brothers, prominent for their advocacy of civil disobedience, for talks against nuclear weapons and gave financial support to such outside groups as Swords into Plowshares. In terms of geographical areas, the CA focused its attention more on two areas, Central and South America and South Africa. It supported such programs and activities as the Central American Solidarity Alliance, the Penn Committee for Divestment (from South Africa), and the Progressive Student Alliance. Throughout the 1980s, the CA organized Central America Week at Penn, a movement based originally on the memorial for Oscar Romero, a missionary priest killed in El Salvador.

Parallel to its interest in issues abroad was the CA's increased concerns over humanistic problems at home. The CA committed itself to a domestic mission called Project Mississippi in 1965. Participants in the program traveled to Tribbit, Mississippi, to build tent homes and facilities for striking tenant farmers who had been evicted. Outside of the Settlement Houses and foreign missions, this was the last CA program that reached out beyond the immediate University City area. In 1974, the CA organized the Penn Hunger Action Committee and in the early 1980s sponsored the formation of the Penn Committee for the Homeless. The latter grew in time into a cooperative program called the University City Hospitality Coalition, which started feeding local homeless people on a regular basis.

Finally, a brief note on the structure and function of the Board and staff. While the Board of Directors represents the policy making body of the CA, a paid staff is charged with the day-to-day operations. Although the responsibility of the head of the staff has remained more or less the same throughout the hundred-year-long existence of the organization, the position has been known by such titles as Director, Executive Director, General Secretary, Executive Secretary, Co-Director, and Co-Minister. The personalities, backgrounds, and interests of individual directors have left noticeable marks on the tone, style, and inclination of the organization. For the most part the directors have been ordained Protestant clergy of various denominations. A notable exception was Dana G. How, who ran the CA for thirty years. Up to the time of Ken Spillman (1969), the CA Director also served as Secretary of the Board of Directors.

Following is a list of the directors of the CA with their dates of service:

John R. Mott1892-1897

Thomas S. Evans1897-1915

Dr. David S. Hanchett1915-1917

Dr. M. Williard Lampe1918-1920

Edward C. Wood1920

Rev. Charles O. Wright1920-1928

Rev. Ray Freeman Jenney1928

Dana G. How1928-1958

Rev. William R. Knox1958-1965

Rev. Richard Fernandez1965-1966

Rev. William Yolton (acting)1966

Rev. John Russell1966-1968

Rev. Dave Seymour1968

Ken Spillman (acting)1969-1970

Rev. Joel Warren1970-1973

Rev. Joel Warren and Rev. Maurine Doggett (Stephens)1973-1975

Rev. Maurine Doggett1975-1976

Rev. Rev. Maurine Doggett and Ralph Moore 1976-1979

Rev. Ralph Moore1979-1985

Rev. John Scott and Jim McDonald (pro-tem)1976-1980

Rev. Walter Schenck1985-1988

Rev. Florence Gelo (acting)1988-1989

Rev. Beverly Dale1989-present

1990 and 1993 ACCESSIONS:

The records of the Christian Association reflect the history of a hundred-plus-year-old institution which, with large and diverse investments, strong ties to the Protestant church, and a long and involved relationship with the University, has been engaged in a wide range of programs and activities.

The History, Bylaws, Mission Statement series provides a cursory but comprehensive view of the history of the organization. It includes some historical documents of the early years, bylaws, mission statements, and the CA's annual reports to the University Chaplain. Also included is information on the administrative structure of the institution.

The Board Records series comprises all formal records of the Board of Directors including minutes, agenda, reports of various kinds, directories, and correspondence of the Board and its members. The minutes of the early years are in book form and include one minute book, 1857-1859, of the institution's predecessor--the Christian Society of the University of Pennsylvania. The Board minutes contain valuable information about the ideas of the founding members as well as the evolution of the organization's mission and policies.

The Committee Records series contains records of the Executive Committee as well as records of various standing and ad hoc committees. Major operational committees include Student Cabinet, Camp Committee, China Medical Committee, Development Committee, Finance, Investment, Personnel, Program Committee, Property Committee, Rambo Committee, and Women Advisory Committee. The China Medical Committee file includes a well-preserved set of correspondence, 1912-1928, between Dr. McCracken, the medical missionary in China, and Edward C. Wood, CA Treasurer.

The Administration series is one of the largest series of the collection. The Building subseries contain various kinds of material pertaining to the building at 3601 Locust Walk including tenant and rental arrangements, building reservation schedules, and maintenance and renovation records. Other major subseries are clippings, correspondence from 1932 to 1989, development file, executive director file, donation and fund raising files, International Student House records, and a large staff file including staff reports, meeting minutes, and correspondence. Also included in this series are subject files containing relevant material for staff reference as well as administrative files concerning various organizations with which the CA has been associated.

The records of the various programs and projects undertaken by the CA are in the Program series. Programs run by standing Board committees include settlement houses, summer camps, student loan, and numerous activities sponsored by the Women's Advisory Committee. Other major subseries are: bisexual, gay and lesbian oriented programs, Art Exhibit, Craft Fair, Cultural Harvest, film programs, Health and Wellness program, homeless oriented program, Peace and Justice Project, restaurants, lectures on Personal Ethics and Public Policy, Project Mississippi, Student Volunteer Center, theological seminars, Wilmot Project, and various worship programs. With the exception of the student loan file, which dates back to the 1920s, there is a noticeable blank in the documentation of programs before 1960s.

The Financial Records series is the largest series of the collection in terms of volume. It includes a fairly complete set of audit reports dating back to 1909, balance sheets (yearly or monthly), budgets, financial statements (annual or monthly), donations, fund and foundation information, investment records, payroll and salary file, tax records, and a large group of oversize ledger books. The ledger books consists of those concerning the institution as a whole and those concerning specific programs. Also included in this series are financial records of the Wesley Foundation, affiliated with the Methodist denomination, and the Westminster Foundation affiliated with the Presbyterian Church.

The Affiliated Denominational Groups series contains records of the six religious denominations that are affiliated with the CA. They are the Methodist, Episcopal, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Baptist, and the United Church of the Christ. In terms of church buildings, the series includes material of the Drexel Asbury/Methodist Church (with the Wesley Foundation), the St. Mary Church (with its Hamilton Village Council), the Tabernacle Church (with the Westminster Foundation), the University Lutheran Church, the Baptist Church, and the Church of the Savior.

The Other Organizations series contains the records of hundreds of religious or secular organizations that had established relationships with the CA. One outstanding group of material concerns the Pennsylvania Commission for United Ministries in Higher Education.

The Scrapbook, Cards & Photographs series includes scrapbooks of clippings, an autographed and book entitled A Chapel in Every Home, boxes of contributor data cards and cards for the Bazaar Fair sponsored by the Women's Advisory Committee, and photographs. The photographs consist of three categories, namely, group pictures, individual pictures and building pictures. Dating back to the beginning of the century, many are of good historical value. Also included in this series are over forty slides made in recent years of the institution.

The Memorabilia series is not very extensive. It consists of over a dozen of rubber stamps from the Camps and Dana G. How's office.

2001 ACCESSION:

This record group is a continuation to the earlier group of 1857-1990. The bulk of the record group documents the activities and development of the institution under the directorship of Beverly Dale from the late 1980s to the end of the century.

Most of the records are administrative files in the following categories: records of the Board of Directors, minutes and correspondence of various committees and staff meeting records and reports; records related to the use or rental of the building and facilities at 3601 Locust Walk; general financial files--balance sheets, budgets, and statements of income, expenditure audit, investment, and endowment; personnel files; and the file of a legal case from 1985 to 1994 between the Christian Association and the Gold Standard restaurant that rented part of the building space at 3601 Locust Walk.

This record group also includes material of programs sponsored by the Association on a wide range of subjects, among them the black studies, the African American ministry, gay and lesbian peer counseling, etc. Related to these subjects is a group of papers written by the Executive Director Beverly Dale in the form of articles, speeches and sermons.

To support its programs, the Christian Association turned to fund organizations from time to time. Included in this series are a file of the Pennsylvania Commission for the United Ministries in Higher Education and a file of the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, which documents grant application and budget matters between the Association and the two organizations.

An extra feature of this record group is some old material of good historical value. There is a file of the Canton Christian College, 1910-1913, focusing on the building and facility cost of a medical mission the Association sent to China at the turn of the twentieth century; a miscellaneous file of Josiah C. McCracken file, 1902-1981; a file of the New Building Fund campaign for the construction of the building at 3601 Locust Walk in the 1920s; and a Episcopal Church file related to the programs the church sponsored in relation to Viet Nam and other college ministry work in the 1960s.

The Christian Association Records accessioned in 1990 and 1993 have been organized into the following series: 1. History, Bylaws, Mission Statement, 1897-1988; 2. Board Records, 1857-1990; 3. Committee Records, 1902-1989; 4. Administration, 1898-1990; 5. Programs, 1909-1990; 6. Financial Records, 1893-1990; 7. Affiliated Denominational Groups, 1912-1988; 8. Other Organizations, 1952-1990; 9. Scrapbooks, Cards, & Photographs, 1901-1989; 10. Memorabilia.

The record group accessioned in 2001 has been arranged alphabetically by subject.

Gift donated through Rev. Beverly Dale, Executive Director, in 1990, 1993, and 2001.

Related Materials: Valuable data related to the CA has also been collected in the Information File collection and the Alumni Records collection of the Archives. Also, after the University Settlements were separated from the CA in 1963, the bulk of their records have been donated to the Urban Archives of Temple University. Most of the records of International Student House were transferred to the International House of Philadelphia in 1985.

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University of Pennsylvania: University Archives and Records Center
Finding Aid Author
Finding aid prepared by Kaiyi Chen
Finding Aid Date
2002
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Use of Houston Hall, 1897.
Box 1 Folder 1
Dissolution of relationship between Penn YMCA and Philadelphia YMCA, 1898.
Box 1 Folder 2
Report of General Secretary, 1899.
Box 1 Folder 3
Report to YMCA, 1898-1899.
Box 1 Folder 4
Reports to International YMCA, statistical, 1898-1910.
Box 1 Folder 5
Report of the General Secretary to CA, 1900.
Box 1 Folder 6
Report of General Secretary to Penn Graduate Advisory Committee, 1900.
Box 1 Folder 7
Report to Board of Directors "A Look into the Future," [c. 1900].
Box 1 Folder 8
Reports, annual, from departments, 1903-1906.
Box 1 Folder 9
Report of general secretary and resident settlement director, 1905-1906.
Box 1 Folder 10
Policy recommendation in the dental department, 1906-1907.
Box 1 Folder 11
Report of General Secretary, 1906-1907.
Box 1 Folder 12
1957.
Box 1 Folder 13
Survey notes by Chris Claser, [1976].
Box 1 Folder 14
Charter, 1900-1901.
Box 1 Folder 15
1910-1942.
Box 1 Folder 16
1947.
Box 1 Folder 17
1959.
Box 1 Folder 18
1962.
Box 1 Folder 19
1968.
Box 1 Folder 20
1972.
Box 1 Folder 21
1977-1980.
Box 1 Folder 22
1982.
Box 1 Folder 23
1984.
Box 1 Folder 24
1986.
Box 1 Folder 25
1987.
Box 1 Folder 26
no date.
Box 1 Folder 27
Amendments, 1949.
Box 1 Folder 28
Amendments, 1982-1984.
Box 1 Folder 29
Student Department of CA, no date.
Box 1 Folder 30
Student Department, amendments, 1955.
Box 1 Folder 31
Constitution and Bylaws, 1960.
Box 1 Folder 32
1940-1965.
Box 1 Folder 33
1978-1979.
Box 1 Folder 34
Drafts, 1988.
Box 1 Folder 35
Report to University Chaplain, 1956.
Box 1 Folder 36
Report to University Chaplain, 1959.
Box 1 Folder 37
Report, annual, 1960.
Box 1 Folder 38
Report to University Chaplain, 1961.
Box 1 Folder 39
Administrative set-up, 1939.
Box 1 Folder 40
Administrative set-up, 1940.
Box 1 Folder 41
Organization charts, [1953].
Box 1 Folder 42
Organization charts, 1982.
Box 1 Folder 43

13 Jun 57.
Box 1 Folder 44
6 May 70.
Box 1 Folder 45
1976-1978.
Box 1 Folder 46
22 Feb 79.
Box 1 Folder 47
3 May 79.
Box 1 Folder 48
1979-1980.
Box 1 Folder 49
1981.
Box 1 Folder 50
1982.
Box 1 Folder 51
1983-1986.
Box 1 Folder 52
1987.
Box 1 Folder 53
1988.
Box 1 Folder 54
1989.
Box 1 Folder 55
1990.
Box 1 Folder 56
1857-1859.
Box 1 Folder 57
1898-1910.
Box 1 Folder 58
1905-1906.
Box 1 Folder 59
1910-1912.
Box 1 Folder 60
Minute Book, 1912-1919.
Box 2 Folder 1
Minute Book, 1918-1923.
Box 2 Folder 2
Minute Book, 1923-1927.
Box 2 Folder 3
Minute Book, (pp. 1-92), 1929-1931.
Box 2 Folder 4
Minute Book (pp. 93-198), 1932-1934.
Box 2 Folder 5
1934-1936.
Box 2 Folder 6
1936-1940.
Box 2 Folder 7
1940-1941.
Box 2 Folder 8
1941-1943.
Box 2 Folder 9
1943-1947.
Box 3 Folder 1
1947-1949.
Box 3 Folder 2
1949-1951.
Box 3 Folder 3
1952-1954.
Box 3 Folder 4
1955-1956.
Box 3 Folder 5
1957-1958.
Box 3 Folder 6
1959.
Box 3 Folder 7
1960.
Box 3 Folder 8
1961.
Box 3 Folder 9
1962.
Box 3 Folder 10
1963.
Box 3 Folder 11
1964.
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1965.
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1966.
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1967.
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1968.
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1969.
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1970.
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1971.
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1972.
Box 3 Folder 20
1973.
Box 3 Folder 21
1974-1975.
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1976.
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1977.
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1978.
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1979.
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1980.
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1981.
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1982.
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1983.
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1984.
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1985.
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1986.
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1987.
Box 3 Folder 34
1988.
Box 3 Folder 35
1989.
Box 3 Folder 36
1990.
Box 3 Folder 37
Administrative procedures, no date.
Box 3 Folder 38
Attendance, 1982-1984.
Box 3 Folder 39
Attendance chart, 1989.
Box 3 Folder 40
Business affiliations, undated.
Box 3 Folder 41
Committee assignments, 1956-1957.
Box 3 Folder 42
1986.
Box 3 Folder 43
1987.
Box 3 Folder 44
1988.
Box 3 Folder 45
1986.
Box 3 Folder 46
Contacts for vacancies, 1980.
Box 3 Folder 47
1948-1952.
Box 3 Folder 48
1957-1958.
Box 3 Folder 49
1960-1961.
Box 3 Folder 50
1966-1968.
Box 3 Folder 51
1969-1972.
Box 3 Folder 52
1973-1976.
Box 3 Folder 53
1977-1978.
Box 3 Folder 54
1979-1980.
Box 3 Folder 55
1981-1983.
Box 3 Folder 56
1984-1985.
Box 3 Folder 57
1985-1986.
Box 3 Folder 58
1987-1989.
Box 3 Folder 59
1990.
Box 3 Folder 60
1927-1928.
Box 3 Folder 61
1931-1938.
Box 3 Folder 62
1940.
Box 3 Folder 63
1941.
Box 3 Folder 64
1942.
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1944.
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1946.
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1947-1949.
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1950.
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1951.
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1952.
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1953.
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1954.
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1955.
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1957-1959.
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1960-1962.
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1963-1964.
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1967-1970.
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1971-1974.
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1975-1976.
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1977-1978.
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1978-1980.
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1981-1982.
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1982-1983.
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1984-1987.
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1987-1988.
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Material for new member orientation, 1988.
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Membership and nominees, 1985-1987.
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Miscellaneous, 1987-1990.
Box 3 Folder 89
Nomination slates, no date.
Box 3 Folder 90
a: Orientation packet, 1980.
Box 3 Folder 90
Orientation kit, 1983.
Box 3 Folder 91
President report, 1967.
Box 3 Folder 92
President report, 1980-1981.
Box 3 Folder 93
1910, staff.
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1926-1927, secretarial.
Box 4 Folder 2
1934, General Secretary (Dana How).
Box 4 Folder 3
1943, Executive.
Box 4 Folder 4
1953.
Box 4 Folder 5
1958.
Box 4 Folder 6
1962.
Box 4 Folder 7
1963.
Box 4 Folder 8
1965, staff.
Box 4 Folder 9
1966-1967.
Box 4 Folder 10
10 May 76.
Box 4 Folder 11
1977.
Box 4 Folder 12
1981.
Box 4 Folder 13
Resolution, memorial of E.C. Wood, [1940-1960].
Box 4 Folder 14
Resolution, 1956-1965.
Box 4 Folder 15
Resolution, Sanctuary, 1987.
Box 4 Folder 16
Retreat, 1987.
Box 4 Folder 17
Statistics, denominational groups, 1942.
Box 4 Folder 18
Survey, 1984.
Box 4 Folder 19

Ad Hoc Committee on Corporate responsibility, Correspondence, 1980.
Box 4 Folder 20
Ad Hoc Committee on Student Loan Funds, report, 7 Nov 1969.
Box 4 Folder 21
Ad Hoc Committee on Time and Method of Elections, report, 1927.
Box 4 Folder 22
Advisory Committee, directory, 1953-1957.
Box 4 Folder 23
Baptist Committee, minutes, 1961.
Box 4 Folder 24
Baptist Committee, budget, 1960-1962.
Box 4 Folder 25
Board of Stewards, 1982-1984.
Box 4 Folder 26
Boys Camp Committee, minutes, 1961-1962.
Box 4 Folder 27
Building Usage Committee, Minutes, 1967.
Box 4 Folder 28
Bylaws Committee, Minutes, 1969.
Box 4 Folder 29
Minutes, 1957-1961.
Box 4 Folder 30
Executive Committee.
Box 4 Folder 31
Installation Service, 1960.
Box 4 Folder 32
Job description, 1953.
Box 4 Folder 33
List, 1956-1966.
Box 4 Folder 34
Membership, 1959-1960.
Box 4 Folder 35
Officer list, 1920-1925.
Box 4 Folder 36
Report, 1962.
Box 4 Folder 37
Agenda, 1961.
Box 4 Folder 38
Minutes, 1954.
Box 4 Folder 39
Minutes, 1963.
Box 4 Folder 40
Minutes, 1967.
Box 4 Folder 41
Camp and Social Service Committee, Minutes, 1955.
Box 4 Folder 42
Camp and Social Service Committee, Contact lists, 1956.
Box 4 Folder 43
Campus Committee, Minutes, 1959.
Box 4 Folder 44
Campus Social Service Committee, Correspondence, 1961-1964.
Box 4 Folder 46
Catacombs Committee, 1969.
Box 4 Folder 47
Board Minutes, extracts, 1902-1962.
Box 4 Folder 48
University Medical School in Canton, China, Minutes Book, 1905-1914.
Box 4 Folder 49
1912-1915.
Box 4 Folder 50
1916-1920.
Box 4 Folder 51
1921-1923.
Box 4 Folder 52
1925-1929.
Box 4 Folder 53
Minutes, 1952.
Box 4 Folder 54
China Medical Board (Rockefeller Foundation), 1920-1923.
Box 4 Folder 55
1912-1913.
Box 4 Folder 56
1913-1914, to Edward C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 57
1913-1914, from E. C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 58
1914-1915, to E.C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 59
1914-1915, from E. C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 60
1915-1917.
Box 4 Folder 61
Edward C. Wood Correspondence to Shanghai, 1915-1917.
Box 4 Folder 62
1916-1918, to E. C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 63
1917-1918, from E. C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 64
1918-1919.
Box 4 Folder 65
1918-1919, from E. C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 66
1919-1920, to E.C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 67
1919-1921, from E.C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 68
E. C. Wood Correspondence re copyright, 1919-1921.
Box 4 Folder 69
with E. C. Wood, 1921.
Box 4 Folder 70
with E. C. Wood, 1922.
Box 4 Folder 71
with E. C. Wood, 1923.
Box 4 Folder 72
1923-1924.
Box 4 Folder 73
E.C. Wood Correspondence re McCracken's insurance, 1924.
Box 4 Folder 74
1924-1925.
Box 4 Folder 75
1924-1925, from E.C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 76
1925-1926, to E. C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 77
1925-1926, from E. C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 78
1925, re Scholarship for Helen McCracken.
Box 4 Folder 79
1926, re trips to Harrisburg and Pittsburgh.
Box 4 Folder 80
1926-1927 with E. C. Wood.
Box 4 Folder 81
1927-1928.
Box 4 Folder 82
1950.
Box 4 Folder 83
1956, McCracken to Graduates of St. John's University (Shanghai).
Box 4 Folder 84
Edward C. Wood Correspondence re McCracken's budget, 1913.
Box 4 Folder 85
E. C. Wood Correspondence to Cadbury, 1912-1914.
Box 4 Folder 86
Cadbury correspondence to E. C. Wood, 1913-1914.
Box 4 Folder 87
Mabel S. Macher Correspondence with E. C. Wood, 1912-1914.
Box 4 Folder 88
Marion T. Smith to E. C. Wood, 1910-1914.
Box 4 Folder 89
E. C. Wood to M.R. Taylor, 1910-1914.
Box 4 Folder 90
Addresses of Class 1899, 1921.
Box 5 Folder 1
American Red Cross work in China, 1918.
Box 5 Folder 2
Appeals and publicity, 1920-1929.
Box 5 Folder 3
Appeals, Mailing list, 1954.
Box 5 Folder 4
Articles written by McCracken, [1921].
Box 5 Folder 5
Articles and printed matter collected by McCracken, 1912-1929.
Box 5 Folder 6
Book agency in Canton, [1912-1913].
Box 5 Folder 7
Buffet supper, 1942.
Box 5 Folder 8
China medical fund financial statements, 1940-1942.
Box 5 Folder 9
Chinese Christian church and center, 1950.
Box 5 Folder 10
Committee on McCracken's Budget, Report, 1921.
Box 5 Folder 11
Committee on Organization of the Union Medical School of East China, Minutes, 1924-1925.
Box 5 Folder 12
Contributions, List, 1914-1926.
Box 5 Folder 13
Dinner in honor of 1949 football team, 1949.
Box 5 Folder 14
Life Insurance, 1935-1938.
Box 5 Folder 15
List of Books at University Medical School (Canton), 1913.
Box 5 Folder 16
Map of Shanghai, 1913.
Box 5 Folder 17
Mary E. McCracken Fund, Trust Deed, 1949.
Box 5 Folder 18
McCracken Fund, 1949-1962.
Box 5 Folder 19
Missionary directors in China, List, 1912.
Box 5 Folder 20
Salary and allowance, Statements, 1906-1927.
Box 5 Folder 21
Salary payments, 1934-1943.
Box 5 Folder 22
Seventieth birthday, 1944.
Box 5 Folder 23
Survey on a Union Medical School for South China, 1923.
Box 5 Folder 24
United Board for Christian Colleges in China, Newsletter, 1950.
Box 5 Folder 25
University Medical School, Staff meeting minutes, 1911.
Box 5 Folder 26
Mary McCracken, Photos, [1921-1922].
Box 5 Folder 27
McCracken and family, Photos, [1927-1944?].
Box 5 Folder 28
Committee for Campus Christian Interaction, 1978-1979.
Box 5 Folder 29
Committee on CA Objectives and Unit Relationships, Report, 1958.
Box 5 Folder 30
Committee on Campus Religious Organizations, 1957-1959.
Box 5 Folder 31
Committee on General Budgets and Finance, Minutes, 1949.
Box 5 Folder 32
Committee on Friendly Relations among Students, 1924.
Box 5 Folder 33
Minutes, 1970.
Box 5 Folder 34
Correspondence, 1970-1971.
Box 5 Folder 35
Brochure, 1971.
Box 5 Folder 36
29 Mar 78.
Box 5 Folder 37
25 Feb 81.
Box 5 Folder 38
16 Jun 81.
Box 5 Folder 39
22 Sep 81.
Box 5 Folder 40
1983-1988.
Box 5 Folder 41
1948-1951.
Box 5 Folder 42
1952-1953.
Box 5 Folder 43
1957.
Box 5 Folder 44
1959.
Box 5 Folder 45
1960.
Box 5 Folder 46
1961-1962.
Box 5 Folder 47
1963.
Box 5 Folder 48
1964.
Box 5 Folder 49
1965.
Box 5 Folder 50
1966.
Box 5 Folder 51
1967.
Box 5 Folder 52
1968.
Box 5 Folder 53
1969.
Box 5 Folder 54
1970.
Box 5 Folder 55
1973-1975.
Box 5 Folder 56
1976-1977.
Box 5 Folder 57
1978.
Box 5 Folder 58
1979-1980.
Box 5 Folder 59
1981-1982.
Box 5 Folder 60
1983-1984.
Box 5 Folder 61
1985-1986.
Box 5 Folder 62
1987.
Box 5 Folder 63
1988.
Box 5 Folder 64
Joint meeting of incoming and outgoing committees, agenda, 1988.
Box 5 Folder 65
Checks countersigning authorization E.C. Wood, 1926.
Box 5 Folder 66
1976-1982.
Box 5 Folder 67
1985.
Box 5 Folder 68
1986-1987.
Box 5 Folder 69
1988.
Box 5 Folder 70
Directory, [1959-1963].
Box 5 Folder 71
Proposal re change in Bylaws, 1960.
Box 5 Folder 72
Recommendations re communication, 1973.
Box 5 Folder 73
Reports to, 1974.
Box 5 Folder 74
Report, May 1978.
Box 5 Folder 75
Film Society Evaluation Committee, 1975.
Box 5 Folder 76
Agenda, 31 Oct 1989.
Box 5 Folder 77
1944-1945.
Box 5 Folder 78
1946-1948.
Box 5 Folder 79
1949-1957.
Box 5 Folder 80
1959.
Box 5 Folder 81
1963.
Box 5 Folder 82
1964 -1966.
Box 5 Folder 83
1969.
Box 5 Folder 84
1970.
Box 5 Folder 85
1975.
Box 5 Folder 86
1976.
Box 5 Folder 87
1977.
Box 5 Folder 88
1983-1985.
Box 5 Folder 89
1986.
Box 5 Folder 90
1987.
Box 5 Folder 91
Bylaws draft, between 1978 and 1980.
Box 5 Folder 92
1949-1954.
Box 5 Folder 93
1955-1956.
Box 5 Folder 94
1971.
Box 5 Folder 95
1975-1976.
Box 5 Folder 96
1977.
Box 5 Folder 97
1983-1985.
Box 5 Folder 98
1986.
Box 5 Folder 99
1987-1988.
Box 5 Folder 100
Recommendations re investments, 1984.
Box 5 Folder 101
Girls Camp Committee, Minutes, 1961-1963.
Box 5 Folder 102
House Committee, Contact list, 1966.
Box 5 Folder 103
1949-1950.
Box 5 Folder 104
1951-1953.
Box 5 Folder 105
1952-1954.
Box 5 Folder 106
1955-1958.
Box 5 Folder 107
1959-1960.
Box 5 Folder 108
1961-1962.
Box 5 Folder 109
1963-1965.
Box 5 Folder 110
1966-1971.
Box 5 Folder 111
Contact lists.
Box 5 Folder 112
Correspondence, 1963-1964.
Box 5 Folder 113
Correspondence, 1983-1984.
Box 5 Folder 114
Investment Portfolio, 1983.
Box 5 Folder 115
Policy and objective, 1979.
Box 5 Folder 116
Presentation and reference, 1983-1984.
Box 5 Folder 117
Report to Board, 1984.
Box 5 Folder 118
Resolution and Recommendations, 1984.
Box 5 Folder 119
Staff report, 1971.
Box 5 Folder 120
Joint Committee of General Board and staff on Military Policy as it May Affect the Christian Association, 1942-1943.
Box 5 Folder 121
Loan Committee, Minutes, 1972.
Box 5 Folder 122
Long-range Planning Committee, Proposal to, 1964.
Box 5 Folder 123
Lutheran Student Work Committee, Minutes, 1952-1955.
Box 5 Folder 124
Lutheran Student Work Committee, Membership list, 1959.
Box 5 Folder 125
Membership and Nomination Committee, Correspondence, 1980-1987.
Box 5 Folder 126
Penn Advisory Committee, Minutes, 21 OCT 1969.
Box 5 Folder 127
Penn Draft Counseling Committee, 1968.
Box 5 Folder 128
1969.
Box 5 Folder 129
and agenda, 1970-1971.
Box 5 Folder 130
1975-1976.
Box 5 Folder 131
1977-1978.
Box 5 Folder 132
1979.
Box 5 Folder 133
1982.
Box 5 Folder 134
1983.
Box 5 Folder 135
1986.
Box 5 Folder 136
1988.
Box 5 Folder 137
1989.
Box 5 Folder 138
1969-1970.
Box 5 Folder 139
1980.
Box 5 Folder 140
1982.
Box 5 Folder 141
1983-1985.
Box 5 Folder 142
1987.
Box 5 Folder 143
1988.
Box 5 Folder 144
1989.
Box 5 Folder 145
Relationship with Tabernacle Church, 1969-1972.
Box 5 Folder 146
Relationship with other campus ministry agencies, 1972.
Box 5 Folder 147
Job description, 1970.
Box 5 Folder 148
Report, 18 Feb 1970.
Box 5 Folder 149
Reports, 1970-1975.
Box 5 Folder 150
Report, 1983.
Box 5 Folder 151
Recruitment, etc., 1969-1973.
Box 5 Folder 152
Self study of the institution, 1971-1972.
Box 5 Folder 153
Program Committee, Minutes, 1986-1988.
Box 6 Folder 1
Program Committee, Staff recommendations, no date.
Box 6 Folder 2
Minutes, 1969.
Box 6 Folder 3
Minutes, 1975-1977.
Box 6 Folder 4
Building inspection report.
Box 6 Folder 5
Contributions and expenditures, 1945-1961.
Box 6 Folder 6
1949-1955.
Box 6 Folder 7
1958-1959.
Box 6 Folder 8
1960.
Box 6 Folder 9
1961.
Box 6 Folder 10
1962.
Box 6 Folder 11
1963.
Box 6 Folder 12
1964.
Box 6 Folder 13
Financial statement, monthly, 1955-1957.
Box 6 Folder 14
Publicity, 1951-1987.
Box 6 Folder 15
Savings at First Pennsylvania Bank, 1957-1959.
Box 6 Folder 16
Rehabilitation Fund Committee, Minutes, 1954.
Box 6 Folder 17
Social Service Volunteer Committee, 1962.
Box 6 Folder 18
Special Committee, Minutes, 16 NOV 1977.
Box 6 Folder 19
Special Committee, Report to the Board, 1958.
Box 6 Folder 20
Special Committee on Board Composition, [1960?].
Box 6 Folder 21
Special Committee on Indebtedness, 1940.
Box 6 Folder 22
Special Survey Committee on Fund Raising, Report, 1953.
Box 6 Folder 23
Staff Budget Committee, 1957.
Box 6 Folder 24
Structure Committee, 1965-1966.
Box 6 Folder 25
Student Loan Committee, Memos and reports, 1950-1972.
Box 6 Folder 26
Student Programs Committee, 1977.
Box 6 Folder 27
Student Volunteer Band for Foreign Missions, Minute Book, 1908-1910.
Box 6 Folder 28
Student Volunteer Band for Foreign Missions, Personal data, 1913.
Box 6 Folder 29
Study Committee, Report to the Board, 1966.
Box 6 Folder 30
Survey Committee, 1953.
Box 6 Folder 31
University Camp Committee, Minutes, 1948.
Box 6 Folder 32
University Camp Committee, Report, 1946.
Box 6 Folder 33
University of Pennsylvania Advisory Committee, Minutes, 1964.
Box 6 Folder 34
University of Pennsylvania Advisory Committee for United Ministries in Higher Education, Phone list, 1967.
Box 6 Folder 35
University Settlements Committee, Contact list, 1956.
Box 6 Folder 36
1954.
Box 6 Folder 37
1955.
Box 6 Folder 38
1956.
Box 6 Folder 39
1957.
Box 6 Folder 40
1958.
Box 6 Folder 41
1959.
Box 6 Folder 42
(summary), 1939.
Box 6 Folder 43
1954.
Box 6 Folder 44
1955.
Box 6 Folder 45
1956.
Box 6 Folder 46
1957.
Box 6 Folder 47
1958.
Box 6 Folder 48
1959.
Box 6 Folder 49
1960.
Box 6 Folder 50
1961.
Box 6 Folder 51
1962.
Box 6 Folder 52
1963.
Box 6 Folder 53
1964.
Box 6 Folder 54
1965.
Box 6 Folder 55
1966-1967.
Box 6 Folder 56
1968.
Box 6 Folder 57
1969.
Box 6 Folder 58
1970.
Box 6 Folder 59
1971.
Box 6 Folder 60
1972.
Box 6 Folder 61
1973.
Box 6 Folder 62
1974-1977.
Box 6 Folder 63
Account at First Pennsylvania, 1962-1970.
Box 6 Folder 64
Antiques Fair Publicity, 1959-1964.
Box 6 Folder 65
Articles of operation, 1967.
Box 6 Folder 66
Associate for women's work Monthly report, 1964.
Box 6 Folder 67
Budget, 1972-1974.
Box 6 Folder 68
Budget, 1975-1977.
Box 6 Folder 69
Bazaar, Class lists, 1942-1945.
Box 6 Folder 70
Bazaar, Programs, 1957-1966.
Box 6 Folder 71
Bazaar, Suggestions, 1955.
Box 6 Folder 72
Card Party, Programs, 1961-1968.
Box 6 Folder 73
Clipping, 1962-1963.
Box 6 Folder 74
Constitution, bylaws, etc., 1967.
Box 6 Folder 75
Contact lists, 1936-1958.
Box 6 Folder 76
Contact lists, 1959-1967.
Box 6 Folder 77
1951-1960.
Box 6 Folder 78
1961-1965.
Box 6 Folder 79
1966-1970.
Box 6 Folder 80
1971-1977.
Box 6 Folder 81
Accident/insurance, 1958.
Box 6 Folder 82
Antique Fair, 1960-1964.
Box 6 Folder 83
Bazaar, 1961-1967.
Box 6 Folder 84
Card Party, 1960-1962.
Box 6 Folder 85
Financial, 1952-1967.
Box 6 Folder 86
Directory, 1966-1969.
Box 6 Folder 87
Financial reports, 1951-1960.
Box 6 Folder 88
Financial reports, 1961-1965.
Box 6 Folder 89
Financial reports, 1966-1970.
Box 6 Folder 90
Financial reports (annual), 1971-1977.
Box 6 Folder 91
Financial reports (monthly), 1962-1972.
Box 6 Folder 92
Friends of CA, Donor list, 1962-1972.
Box 6 Folder 93
International House, Membership list, 1957.
Box 6 Folder 94
Membership lists, 1962-1975.
Box 6 Folder 95
Membership, 1973-1975.
Box 6 Folder 96
Memorial funds, 1957-1977.
Box 6 Folder 97
Saving account, 1945-1965.
Box 6 Folder 98
Social functions, Programs, 1967-1971.
Box 6 Folder 99
Staff report, no date.
Box 6 Folder 100
Suggestions for workers, 1956.
Box 6 Folder 101
Thrift Shop, 1962.
Box 6 Folder 102
World Relatedness Commission, Membership list, 1960.
Box 6 Folder 103
World Relatedness, Report, 1959-1960.
Box 6 Folder 104
Committee assignments and directory, 1957-1962.
Box 6 Folder 105
Committee assignments and directory, 1985.
Box 6 Folder 106
Committee membership, 1988.
Box 6 Folder 107

Accounting system evaluation, 1979.
Box 7 Folder 1
Advertisement, 1984.
Box 7 Folder 2
Alarm system, 1981-1988.
Box 7 Folder 3
Almanac, Lease, 1983-1990.
Box 7 Folder 4
Alumni campaign task force, 1977-1981.
Box 7 Folder 5
Alumni reception, 1990.
Box 7 Folder 6
Alumni, statistics by departments, 1850-1924.
Box 7 Folder 7
American Friends Service Committee, Correspondence, 1986.
Box 7 Folder 8
Anti-war pamphlets, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 9
Arch Street Methodist Episcopal Church, 1927.
Box 7 Folder 10
a: Architectural alterations, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 10
Asbestos problem, 1983-1984.
Box 7 Folder 11
ATO Incident, 1983-1984.
Box 7 Folder 12
Baptist Student House, Inc., Annual Trustee meeting, 1957.
Box 7 Folder 13
Baptist Student House, Annual Trustee meeting, minutes, 1959.
Box 7 Folder 14
Bell Company, Charitable phone discount, 1966.
Box 7 Folder 15
Bell Company, Phone bill overcharge, 1982.
Box 7 Folder 16
Benjamin Franklin Society, Honor roll, 1982.
Box 7 Folder 17
Black Faculty and Administrators, Minutes and report, 1972.
Box 7 Folder 18
Black Faculty and Administrators, Miscellaneous, [1972].
Box 7 Folder 19
Black Faculty and Administrators, Report "Black presence at Penn", 1972.
Box 7 Folder 20
Black Muslim.
Box 7 Folder 21
Blue Cross, 1981.
Box 7 Folder 22
Board of Higher Education and Ministry, 1987.
Box 7 Folder 23
Bookkeeper, duties, 1959-1961.
Box 7 Folder 24
Bookkeeping procedure, 1926-1927.
Box 7 Folder 25
Boys' Camp (University Camp for Boys), Counselor's report, 1941.
Box 7 Folder 26
Boys' Camp, Counselor's information, no date.
Box 7 Folder 27
Boys' Camp, 1947.
Box 7 Folder 28
1927-1929.
Box 7 Folder 29
1940-1949.
Box 7 Folder 30
1954-1960.
Box 7 Folder 31
1966-1967.
Box 7 Folder 32
c. 1975.
Box 7 Folder 33
1989.
Box 7 Folder 34
Auditorium rental, 1983.
Box 7 Folder 35
Business manager, 1978.
Box 7 Folder 36
Closing instructions, no date.
Box 7 Folder 37
Correspondence, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 37a
Correspondence re asbestos, 1988.
Box 7 Folder 38
Facility inventory, 1987.
Box 7 Folder 39
Miscellaneous memos, 1979-1982.
Box 7 Folder 40
Fallout shelter application, [1960].
Box 7 Folder 41
Floor plan drawing and cost estimates, 1977-1980.
Box 7 Folder 42
Formal opening of 3601 Locust, 1928.
Box 7 Folder 43
Ground breaking, [1926].
Box 7 Folder 44
Information, [1978].
Box 7 Folder 45
Insurance, 1988.
Box 7 Folder 46
Kitchen plan, 1967.
Box 7 Folder 47
Land title, 1978.
Box 7 Folder 48
Land title insurance, 1978.
Box 7 Folder 49
Lease agreement, Almanac, 1982-1983.
Box 7 Folder 50
Lease, Black Century Celebration, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 51
Lease, Gold Standard, 1990.
Box 7 Folder 52
Lease, HERS-Mid Atlantic, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 53
Lease, Kelly, 1978-1981.
Box 7 Folder 54
Lease, McClean Hunter Television, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 55
Locust St. between 36th and 37th, vacating resolution, 1977.
Box 7 Folder 56
Locust walk modification, 1979.
Box 7 Folder 57
Maintenance, 1948-1959.
Box 7 Folder 58
Maintenance requests, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 59
Maintenance requests, 1981.
Box 7 Folder 60
Maintenance requests, 1982.
Box 7 Folder 61
Maintenance requests, 1983.
Box 7 Folder 62
Meeting, minutes, 1987.
Box 7 Folder 63
New building dedication, 1928.
Box 7 Folder 64
New building, payment contracts, 1927-1928.
Box 7 Folder 65
Operational Services, 1978-1983.
Box 7 Folder 66
Proposal to rent second floor, [c.1969].
Box 7 Folder 67
Renovation, blue prints, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 68
Renovation, correspondence, 1979-1981.
Box 7 Folder 69
Renovation design and cost study, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 70
Renovation estimates, 1984.
Box 7 Folder 71
Renovation project, 1977-1979.
Box 7 Folder 72
Rental agreement, no date.
Box 7 Folder 73
Rental agreement, 1986-1988.
Box 7 Folder 74
Rental agreement, Resources for Women, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 75
Rental agreement, USAY, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 76
Rental applications, 1987-1988.
Box 7 Folder 77
Rental, correspondence, 1986.
Box 7 Folder 78
Rental, correspondence, Annenberg TV script archive, 1983.
Box 7 Folder 79
Rental, correspondence, Development office, 1963.
Box 7 Folder 80
Rental, correspondence, HERS (Higher Education Resource Services) Mid-Atlantic, 1980-1981.
Box 7 Folder 81
Rental, correspondence, HERS (Higher Education Resource Services) Mid-Atlantic, 1982-1983.
Box 7 Folder 82
Rental, lease, McLean Hunter Cable Television, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 83
Rental, miscellaneous correspondence, 1980.
Box 7 Folder 84
Rental, NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws), 1980-1981.
Box 7 Folder 85
Repairs, 1945-1950.
Box 7 Folder 86
Repairs, 1978.
Box 7 Folder 87
Repair and renovation, 1984.
Box 7 Folder 88
Reservations, 1985.
Box 7 Folder 89
Reservations, 1986.
Box 7 Folder 90
Reservations, Correspondence, 1984.
Box 8 Folder 1
Reservations, Correspondence, 1986.
Box 8 Folder 2
Reservation forms, 1979.
Box 8 Folder 3
Roof repair 1982.
Box 8 Folder 4
Roof repair, 1983.
Box 8 Folder 5
Security system, 1982.
Box 8 Folder 6
Smoking policy, 1988.
Box 8 Folder 7
Tenants, correspondence, 1986-1987.
Box 8 Folder 8
Tenants, directory of staff and tenants, 1986-1987.
Box 8 Folder 9
Tenants, information sheet, 1987.
Box 8 Folder 10
Tenants, miscellaneous correspondence, 1982.
Box 8 Folder 11
Tenants, programs and lists, 1981.
Box 8 Folder 12
Tenants, Resources for Women, 1981-1983.
Box 8 Folder 13
Title information re 3601-3607 Locust Walk, 1978.
Box 8 Folder 14
Use, 1960-1966.
Box 8 Folder 15
Use, 1988-1989.
Box 8 Folder 16
Use application, 1988.
Box 8 Folder 17
Use policy, 1966.
Box 8 Folder 18
Use policies and renovation, 1983-1984.
Box 8 Folder 19
Use schedules, 1981.
Box 8 Folder 20
Use schedules, 1982.
Box 8 Folder 21
Use schedules, 1983.
Box 8 Folder 22
Use schedules, 1984.
Box 8 Folder 23
Use schedules, 1985.
Box 8 Folder 24
Weekly activity, no date.
Box 8 Folder 25
Bulletin, [1941].
Box 8 Folder 26
CA Advocate, 1949.
Box 8 Folder 27
CA Advocate, 1950.
Box 8 Folder 28
CA Advocate, 1951.
Box 8 Folder 29
CA Comment, 1957.
Box 8 Folder 30
CA Comment, 1958.
Box 8 Folder 31
CA Comment, 1959.
Box 8 Folder 32
CA News, 1926.
Box 8 Folder 33
CA News, 1927.
Box 8 Folder 34
CA Perspectives, 1982-1983.
Box 8 Folder 35
CA Perspectives, 1986-1987.
Box 8 Folder 36
Cabinet retreat planning conference, c. 1960.
Box 8 Folder 37
Cabaret Theatre, 1974.
Box 8 Folder 38
Calendars, 1988-1989.
Box 8 Folder 39
Camp correspondence, 1945-1946.
Box 8 Folder 40
Campus ministry council, "Religion on Your Campus", n. d.
Box 8 Folder 41
Campus Ministry Women, Newsletter, 1987.
Box 8 Folder 42
Campus Peace Organization, Publicity, c. 1960.
Box 8 Folder 43
Career and life planning, Information material, 1978-1981.
Box 8 Folder 44
Cartoon, no date.
Box 8 Folder 45
Case studies, 1979.
Box 8 Folder 46
Category index of files and programs, 1982.
Box 8 Folder 47
Catholic Coalition for Sanctuary, Declaration, 1987.
Box 8 Folder 48
Catholic Peace Fellowship, Stations of Justice, no date.
Box 8 Folder 49
Center City Christian Council of Philadelphia, Constitution, 1959.
Box 8 Folder 50
Center for Black Students, Background on proposal, c. 1969.
Box 8 Folder 51
Center for Ethics and Social Policy, Correspondence, 1986.
Box 8 Folder 52
Center for Philadelphia Studies, 1980.
Box 8 Folder 53
Center for the Study of Adult Development, [1980?].
Box 8 Folder 54
Central America Issues, 1986.
Box 8 Folder 55
Central American Refugee Action, 1987.
Box 8 Folder 56
Children's Country Week Association, Annual report, 1961.
Box 8 Folder 57
Chapel of Reconciliation, Dedication, 1981.
Box 8 Folder 58
Chapel reconstruction, 1981.