Atlanta, Ga. Mar. 8, 1905
A meeting of the Board of Directors of the church was held on Mar. 8. 1905 at the office of A.E. Holdt.
There were present: Holdt, Marsh, West, Garrett and Bond.
Bro. Holdt stated that the settlement he made with Bro. Harris prior to his leaving was as follows: Balance due Mr. Harris, Mar 1 1905: $196.35.
That he (Mr. Holdt) acting for the board had agreed to assume the following obligations of Mr. Harris in Atlanta:
|Miss Houssa (Winn Dixie School)||$17.50|
|Saul & Co.||$6.75|
|Mr. Nuttling Ins $30.00, Ticket $5.00||$35.00|
|Estey Organ Co||$5.75|
|Bell Tel. Co.||$8.75|
|Bal. due Mr. Harris||$77.60|
It was voted that Mr. Holdt be instructed to write Mr. Ames (See Archivist Note below) of the our true situation and ask that the Central Mission continue its pledge to our church.
It was moved that we ask Bro. Tyner to supply our church for five Sundays at$10.00 a Sunday.
The Secy was instructed to write Mr. Ames as to availability of Bro. H.F. Fister for this Atlanta Church.
J.C. Bond, Secy
Physical Archive: UUCA Box: 60 Folder: 01 Pages: 102
Citation: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Records, RG 026, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University, Atlanta GA
Archivist Note: Mr. Louis A. Ames is the President of the Young People’s Christian Union. The Y.P.C.U. supports the church in Atlanta as a missionary effort.