American Unitarian Association Sells Lot of Second Atlanta Unitarian Church

American Unitarian Association Director’s Meeting

The regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of the American Unitarian Association was held at 25 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass, on Wednesday, November 12, 1919, at 2 PM. Present: Messrs. Bates, Carr, Carruth, Cornish, Eliot, Park, Robertson, Simons, Williams, Mrs. Dewey, and Miss Lowell.

Archivist: Omitted Treasury report.

Upon the recommendation of the finance committee the following votes were adopted :

Voted, That the American Unitarian Association sell the real estate in Atlanta, Ga., fronting on Cain and Spring Streets, now owned by it, and that the treasurer, Henry M. Williams, be and hereby is authorized on behalf of the Association to execute and affix the corporate seal, to acknowledge and deliver a deed of said land, and to do any and all other things necessary to make the purposes of this vote effective.

Archivist: Omitted other votes taken in this meeting.

Source: The Christian Register found in Google Books, Vol. 98 Nov. 27, 1919, Page: 21 (1149)