Atlanta, Ga., November 21, 1905
Regular meeting of the Board of Trustees held this evening at the residence of Mr. J.C. Peck.
Present: Chairman Watts, Messrs. Moore, Walker, Peck, St. Amand, Jackson, Harding, Mrs. Alice Daniel and Rev. Moore Sanborn.
Minutes of last meeting read and approved.
Treasurer submitted his report which was read approved and ordered spread on the minutes.
|To amount in hands of Treasurer||$33.80|
|Receipts from Oct. 17, 1905 to Nov.21, 1905||$220.65|
|From Oct. 17, 1905 to Nov. 21, 1905||$147.00|
|Amt. in hands of Treasurer||$107.45|
The Clerk reported attendance for the past five Sundays as follows:
Oct 22nd – 95
Oct 29th – 102
Nov 5th – 117
Nov 12th – 130
Nov 19th – 123
Total – 567
Average – 113 2/5
Mr. Sanborn as Chairman of Committee on church roll membership and manual reported that the committee deemed best to defer reporting till the meeting of the Trustees in January after the election of officers for the year 1906.
Mrs. Daniels reported the floor at the foot of the steps in the basement of the church had given way and needed repairs. The matter was referred to committee on care of church property with the request that the needed repairs be made.
On motion of J.G. St. Amand the Treasurer was directed to pay bill for reading desk and book racks on back of seats furnished by Mr. D.E. Spencer. On motion of Mr. Moore, Mr. St. Amand was authorized to order of the American Unitarian Association twenty-five Hymnals.
The question of changing the glass in the church windows was freely discussed, every one present being of the opinion that the amber glass was very trying both on the pastor and the congregation. On motion the matter was left to the committee on care of church property Mr. Sanborn being added thereto, and the committee was further authorized that if a change in the glass could be made not to exceed $25.00 the committee was authorized to have the work done. The matter of ventilating the church was also discussed by Dr. Jackson, and was left with the committee on church property to investigate and see what could be done in the matter and the probable cost.
There being no further business meeting adjourned.
J.E. Harding, Clerk
Physical Archive: UUCA Box: 26 Folder: 02 Book: 02 Pages: 210 – 211
Citation: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Records, RG 026, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University, Atlanta GA