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February 23, 2016 - Merger of Atlanta’s Universalists and Unitarians 1918

by Digital Archivist Summary In 1918, the Universalists and Unitarians in Atlanta officially merged their congregations to form the Liberal Christian Church. The combined congregations adopted the Unitarian church at 301 West Peachtree Street (later 669 West Peachtree Street) as their

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September 1, 2014 - Rev. Chaney and the Georgia Institute of Technology

Legend or Lore Among the Atlanta accomplishments attributed to the Rev. George L. Chaney, founder of the first Unitarian church in Atlanta in 1883, is his role in the establishment of the Georgia Institute of Technology. From an obituary published

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June 10, 1997 - History of Unitarians In Atlanta by Rev. Jeff Jones

Trying to characterize one hundred years of the history of any group or organization in a simple sermon is of necessity an impossible task to do accurately and well. But to try to summarize one hundred years of Unitarianism with

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January 1, 1982 - Unitarian Universalists in Atlanta 100 Years

Unitarian Universalists In Atlanta Centennial Issue 1882-1982 Published by the Centennial Anniversary Committee of the Atlanta Area Unitarian Universalist Congregations Feriel Feldman Chair   ©1982 Centennial Anniversary Committee of the Atlanta Area Unitarian Universalist Congregations Jo Graham Stern Editor Click here

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April 22, 1980 - Northwest – Letter, Northwest to UUCA About Sharing Stained Glass Windows, Apr 22, 1980

April 22, 1980 Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta 1911 Cliff Valley Way N.E. Atlanta, Georgia 30329 Attention:  Ms. Kay Montgomery Dear Kay: We are delighted to be able to share with UUCA the stained glass windows which are on indefinite

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November 11, 1979 - Northwest – Newspaper Article about Installation of Stained Glass at Northwest Nov 11, 1979

Home Again Stained Glass Memorial Winds in Back in Unitarian Hands By Helena Jones Reporter, North Fulton Extra The stained glass windows have been in place behind the pulpit of the Northwest Unitarian Church for two months. – yet the

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November 3, 1978 - Northwest – Letter, Northwest to MARTA Thanking for Copies of Historic Report on Stained Glass Nov 3, 1978

November 3, 1978 Mr. Richard M. Stanger Manager of Urban Design Metropolitan Rapid Transit Authority 2200 Peachtree Summit 401 West Peachtree Street N.E. Atlanta, Georgia 30308   Dear Mr. Stanger: I am writing to thank you for the two copies

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October 31, 1978 - Northwest – Letter, Northwest to MARTA Thanking MARTA to Indefinite Loan of Windows Oct 31, 1978

October 31, 1978 Mr. Alan F. Kiepper General Manager Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority 2200 Peachtree Summit 401 West Peachtree St. N.E. Atlanta, Georgia 30308   Subject: Abbey Restaurant Stained Glass Window           (LN 170) Dear Mr. Kiepper, We are delighted

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- Northwest – Letter, MARTA to Northwest Enclosing Historic Report About Stained Glass Windows Oct 31, 1978

Department of Planning and Public Affairs MARTA 2200 Peachtree Summit 401 West Peachtree Street, NE Atlanta, GA 30308 October 31, 1978 Ms. Sara B. Beard, Chairman Memorial Committee Northwest Unitarian Church 1025 Mt. Vernon Highway, N.W. Atlanta, GA  30327 Subject:

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October 20, 1978 - MARTA Commissioned Historical Report on West Peachtree Street Church before Demolition

October 20, 1978 Mr. Richard Stanger Urban Design Section Planning and Marketing Division MARTA 401 West Peachtree St., N.W. Atlanta, GA 30308 Dear Mr. Stanger: Enclosed herewith is the historical narrative with photographs of The Abbey (The Atlanta Unitarian Church,

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