Letter – Rev. Howard Matson to Liberal Christian Church to Rev. Howard Matson (Potential to Serve)

3025 Jefferson Drive,
Albuquerque, N. M.

June 24, 1947

Mr. Harry A. Bromley,
1017 Highland View, N. E.,
Atlanta, Ga.

Dear Mr. Bromley:

I want to thank you for your letter of June 21st and your invitation to come to Atlanta to candidate for the pulpit vacancy. I am very much interested in Atlanta and found your letter a spur to further interest.

However, I am to be in Santa Monica, Cal. for the month of July. I do not feel I can ask them to change their plans to allow for a visit in that month to Atlanta. Santa Monica will call a minister in the fall, combining a parish ministry with an AUA student work arrangement on the Los Angeles campuses.

I can come to Atlanta any time in August – excluding the first Sunday. In short, should you find after your July preaching that you still have a vacancy and want me to come August 10th, or any Sunday or combination of Sundays thereafter, just write me care of Mrs. Fred W. Jackson, 1655 1/4 S. Bundy Drive, West Los Angeles, 25, Cal.

I will hold August open pending any further arrangement.

You have my best wishes for a successful settlement at Atlanta this summer, and a pleasant summer in your own plans.

Very sincerely yours,

<signed>

Howard G. Matson

cc. Mr. Dan H. Fenn

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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