Letter – Liberal Christian Church to Rev. Eugene Adams (Offer to Serve)

182 Peachtree Way
Atlanta, Georgia

June 18, 1947

Rev. Eugene H. Adams
826 South Douglas Avenue
Springfield, Illinois

Dear Mr. Adams:

Thank you for your letter of June 16 in regard to the vacancy now existing in the pulpit of our church – or I should say “about to exist”, as our present minister, Mr. Palmer, does not leave until the end of the month.

A few years ago, while you were still a student at Tufts, our then pastor, Dr. Roger Bosworth, mentioned you as a young man interested in preaching in the South after finishing school. As you probably know, there are also vacancies at the present time at Chattanooga and Camp Hill, Alabama.  There may have been on the list which Dr. Cummins sent you.

For the past two months I have been off the board of trustees, but I am passing your letter on to them and fell sure they will communicate with you very soon.

Cordially yours,

Rufus B. McCall

Physical Archive: UUCA Box: 26   Folder: 10
Citation: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Records, RG 026, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University, Atlanta GA

 

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