Minute book, 1926-1935, of the board of trustees of the First Unitarian Church of Dayton, Ohio. Includes reports from officers and various committees and discussion of correspondence with other organizations, such as the Meadville Theological Seminary, the United Fund Campaign, Antioch College, the Western Unitarian Conference, and the American Unitarian Association. Topics covered include building maintenance and repair, the purchase of an organ, radio broadcast of sermons, a joint service with a local Jewish congregation, sponsorship of a Boy Scout troop, the hire of a new minister, and monthly financial aid from the American Unitarian Association. Board meetings were held at the homes of individual members. There is also a typed copy of the minutes from 7 November 1932.
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