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Guide to the First Unitarian Congregational Society of Brooklyn records ARC.109

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Collection processed by Craig P. Savino

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Conditions Governing Access

Open to researchers without restriction.

Conditions Governing Use

While some materials may be in the public domain, copyright restrictions may apply for other materials and permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from Brooklyn Historical Society and the copyright holder.

Preferred Citation

Identification of item, date (if known); First Unitarian Congregational Society of Brooklyn records, ARC.109, Box and Folder number; Brooklyn Historical Society.

Related Materials

Brooklyn Historical Society holds the records of the Women's Alliance of the First Unitarian Church which began its social services via the Church as the The Female Samaritan Society in 1838 (collection ArMs 2005.031).

More pamphlets, sermons, directories, reports, histories and other documents on the First, Second, Third, and Fourth (Flatbush) Unitarian Congregations in Brooklyn can be found as a part of the Brooklyn Unitarian Churches collection (collection ArMs 1986.030).

Other Finding Aids

Item level description and digital versions of images from the collection are available for searching via the image database in the Brooklyn History Society library. Search for object IDs V1989.20 and V1990.46.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Materials given as a gift in January 1989 by the First Unitarian Congregational Society of Brooklyn.

Processing Information

The First Unitarian Congregational Society records were processed from July to September 2010 by Craig P. Savino.

The bulk of the collection consists of accession 1989.002 and also includes two photograph accessions: V1989.020 and V1990.046.