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Call No.: bMS 559
Title: First Universalist Society (Cambridge, Mass.). Records, 1861-1864, 1910-1932.
Repository: Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School
45 Francis Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138-1911
Quantity: (1 Box)
Abstract: Record book of the Soldier's Aid Society, 1861-1864; Record book of the Ladies' Benevolent Society, 1910-1932; church program, 1926.
The First Universalist Society in Cambridge was incorporated February 9, 1822, and its meeting house at the corner of Main Street and Front Street (later called Massachusetts Avenue) was dedicated December 18, 1822. The church was organized June 19, 1827. In 1888, the meeting house was moved to its present location on Inman Street. The Society was dissolved on May 14, 1958.
- Thomas Whittemore
- Samuel P. Skinner
- Lucius R. Paige
- Lemuel Willis
- Luther J. Fletcher
- Edwin A. Eaton
- Charles A. Skinner
- Benjamin F. Bowles
- Oscar F. Safford
- Alphonso E. White
- George W. Bicknell
- Arthur E. Wilson
- Otto S. Raspe
- Frank B. Chatterton
This collection consists of a record book of the Soldier's Aid Society, 1861-1864; a record book of the Ladies' Benevolent Society, 1910-1932; and a church program, 1926.