Texas/Dallas History and Archives Division, Dallas Public Library

Church Women United in Dallas

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Church Women United in Dallas
Title: Church Women United in Dallas
Dates: 1939-2005
Dates (Bulk): 1994-2005
Abstract: The collection contains documents and ephemera related to the organizational business as well as activities, events and advocacy issues of the Church Women United in Dallas. Some materials relating to the regional and national movements of CWU are included, as are materials on many Dallas organizations with which CWU in Dallas cooperated in events and celebrations.
Accession No.: MA06-2
Quantity: 12.5 linear feet
Language: The records are in English.
Repository: Texas/Dallas History & Archives, Dallas Public Library
1515 Young St , Dallas, TX 75201

Biographical Note

Church Women United in Dallas is a unit of a national ecumenical movement through which Christian women from Protestant, Roman Catholic, Orthodox and other denominations express their faith by prayer, advocacy and service. CWU in Dallas also participates in worship services at various area churches and works with other local organizations to promote awareness of many social issues. Since inception, the CWU in Dallas has embraced its purpose of translating religious conviction into action.

CWU in Dallas is affiliated with similar councils on the state, regional and national levels. The unit is a member of CWU in Texas, which was organized in 1934. CWU in Dallas hosted state assemblies in 1936, 1939, 1948, 1957, 1965 and 1987.

The CWU national organization was formed in 1941 through a merger of the National Council of Church Women, the Council of Women for Home Missions and the Women's Committee for Foreign Missions. The national organization was founded as a racially, culturally and theologically inclusive ecumenical women's movement, celebrating unity in diversity and working for a world of peace and justice.


CWU in Dallas was organized in 1912 by Maria Morgan (Mrs. L.P.) Smith, who served as president for ten years. The organization's name was originally Interdenominational Council of Church Women, but was later changed to the Federated Council of Church Women.

During the 1920s, the organization adopted the Homemakers Industrial School located at State Street and Washington Avenue as a project.The school trained African-American girls in homemaking skills and the boys how to make a living. The school was deeded to the YWCA in 1927, and eventually became the Maria Morgan branch of the YWCA. During the 1920s, the group advocated availability of library facilities to African-Americans in Dallas.

Other causes espoused during the 1920s included fighting racetrack gambling; assisting juvenile courts in rehabilitation of youth; buying a piano and teaching girls in jail to play it; assisting in a free clinic run by the County Medical Association; and supplying Hope Cottage with diapers, toys and games. Also launched was an unsuccessful campaign to discourage church women from wearing rouge and lipstick.

During the 1930s, the organization worked with Self-Help Garden Clubs to garden on 3200 vacant lots in the city. Members helped form the Visiting Nurses Association to bring care to the poor. Upon the suggestion of the organization's founder, Maria Morgan Smith, the group integrated by merging the Negro Council of Church Women into their organization. In 1938 the group's name changed to the Dallas Council of Church Women. A new building for the Maria Morgan branch of the YWCA broke ground in 1939; CWU in Dallas contributed $8,000 of the total building cost of $12,000. The new branch was dedicated in 1940.

During World War II, the organization was active in the induction center at Love Field, the Veterans Hospital at Lisbon and a Sunday afternoon coffee hour called "Twilight Hour" at the USO. For their USO work, the Dallas Council of Church Women was awarded, in 1946, a "Certificate for Meritorious Service in USO War Work." Also during the 1940s the group coordinated with the Jewish Sisterhood and Catholic Women's Council in a clothing drive for war refugees, filling a boxcar with 20,000 pounds of clothing. In 1948, the group endorsed Truman's civil rights program. As a result, one church withdrew its membership in the organization, because they charged that the Council "had entered politics." By 1953, the church was once again listed in the yearbook.

The national organization's name changed to United Church Women in the early 1950s, and the Dallas organization followed suit in 1954. Efforts were directed to the Migrant Center in Priceton, Texas (near McKinney), helping to equip it as well as provide Spanish translations of books. The Center provided services to hispanic migrant workers and their families.

The 1960s brought a focus on study of poverty, directed toward improving neglected areas of the city. The group conducted a study of drop outs and assisted with the Senior Citizens Craft Bazaar. Members also assisted the chaplain at Parkland Hospital. For the first time, World Day of Prayer materials were produced in Spanish and Braille. Food, clothing, home furnishings and playground equipment were donated to the Migrant Center in Princeton, partly through the saving and redemption of "Green Stamps." During the late 1960s the organization adopted its current name, "Church Women United in Dallas."

CWU in the 1970s became the first ecumenical women's group to hold a desegregation workshop. Marion Dillard, a retired YWCA executive, was the first African-American president of CWU in Dallas and served from 1974-1975. The group publicly advocated for the Equal Rights Amendment. Margaret Estes, President of CWU in Dallas, spoke before the Equal Rights Amendment Committee of the Texas Legislature in 1977. Programs supported by the organization included Meals on Wheels, juvenile justice, a migrant ministry and a jail ministry. CWU in Dallas' first Interfaith Day included clergy from Protestant, Jewish and Catholic faiths.

In the 1980s members volunteered to tutor and mentor students at City Park Elementary School, which housed a day-care center and school for children of homeless women who were staying with their children at the Downtown Family Shelter. Ongoing involvement included serving on Greater Dallas Community of Churches advocacy committees and participating in the Women's Council's Homeless Task Force. In 1988, CWU in Dallas co-sponsored the International Women's Peace Conference with Southern Methodist University.In July 1989, the national CWU office issued a press release that the organization opposed criminalization of abortion in line with its commitment to the achievement of justice for women. As a result, one major organization withdrew membership from CWU national.

Benefits were held in the 1990s for women's shelters and after school programs to expand fellowship and support local agencies. In particular, the group collected funds for blankets for the needy and personal items for the jail ministry. In 1998 the Dallas Peace Center gave its Annual Peacemaker of the Year award to CWU in Dallas for their dedication to peace and justice within the church community as well as within a variety of cultural, racial and national communities. Also during the 1990s CWU in Dallas received the Crystal Gavel Award for Community Service from the Women's Council.

The years 2001 and 2002 began an effort to increase visibility of CWU in Dallas and network with other organizations to increase CWU's presence in the community. A reunion was held to honor past presidents of CWU in Dallas. The group teamed with the League of Women Voters and the Women's Council to discuss peer abuse among youth as part of the Community Awareness Day. In the post-9/11 world, the president of CWU in Dallas reached out in friendship and attended the Post Ramadan dinner of the Islamic Association of North Texas. Homelessness in Dallas was the focus of a program co-sponsored with the League of Women Voters.

The 2004 board retreat focused on change. Declining revenue as well as attrition of renewing members prompted a re-examination of how to better inspire and involve members, as the organization adapted to a new millennium.


The Business and Professional Women's Division of Church Women United in Dallas was organized in 1938 and originally included representatives from fifteen business and professional circles in various Dallas churches. The purpose paralleled that of the larger organization. However, meetings and celebrations were held in the evenings and fewer events and celebrations were embraced. The group disbanded in 1976 because of "concerns such as transportation, evening meetings, meeting places and cost of meals."


The CWU in Dallas holds six regular celebrations and events annually. Because the organization's active year begins in September and continues through May, they are presented in the order in which they occur.

The Fall Forum is held in September. It is the first meeting of the organizational year, and is a time of sharing plans and programs in Dallas for the coming year, as well as encouraging participation from as many church women as possible.

World Community Day is celebrated in November. It is a national CWU event that brings together women from across the community in a common worship experience focusing on issues of justice and peace.

Community Awareness Day falls in January. It emphasizes issues of local community concern; it is a time to discuss possible solutions and look at opportunities for involvement.

Interfaith Day is celebrated in February. It is a day for bringing together CWU and women of other faiths for dialogue and exploring relationships between Christianity and other religious faiths.

The World Day of Prayer, held in March, is a national celebration day, as part of a worldwide observance reinforcing bonds among Christians in over 179 countries.

May Fellowship Day (also called May Friendship Day) includes the annual business meeting and installation of new officers. It is also a time of worship and study, and a time for building and strengthening relationships in order to take action on behalf of community needs. This day includes the annual collection for the Fellowship of the Least Coin, a worldwide ecumenical movement of prayer for justice, peace and reconciliation that supports projects for women and children around the world.


The organizational information above was based primarily upon information contained within the collection, such as Box 1, Folder 1, Annual Reports; Box 1, Folder 3, Awards and Honors; Box 1, Folder 18, Board Retreat 2003-2004; Box 2, Folder 15, History; Box 2, Folder 34, CWU Yearbooks 1953, 1962-1963; Box 2, Folder 39, Business and Professional Women's Division Minutes; Box 2, Folder 40, Business and Professional Women's Division Activities; Box 3, Folder 17, Texas Church Woman Newsletters (April 1976); Box 4, Folder 13, Handbook and Directory 2001-2002; Box 4, Folder 20, Printed Matter; Box 4, Folder 30, Fall Forum 2003; Box 8, Scrapbook 1939-1949; and Box 9, Scrapbook 1953-1954 and Scrapbook 1962-1963 ("Resume of the History of the Dallas Council of Church Women 1912-1939" and "The Green Sheet"). Also referenced were the Dallas Public Library's Vertical File on the Young Women's Christian Association, and the Dallas Morning News Historical Archives, particularly "Federated Church Council Changes Name and Elects," November 21, 1938; and "Professional Church Council is Organized," November 23, 1938.

Scope and Contents

The collection is primarily concerned with Church Women United in Dallas, but also contains information from the organization at state and national levels. Some materials relate to activities of the Business and Professional Women's Division of CWU in Dallas between 1964 and 1976, when it was disbanded.

Generally, information in the collection includes material on the history of CWU in Dallas, board meeting minutes, business and financial records and materials concerning advocacy issues, events and activities in which CWU in Dallas participated, as well as publicity flyers, brochures, programs and notes from ecumenical celebrations.

Scrapbooks include clippings and memorabilia from activities and events as well as pictures. A few informational video tapes and books are included, as well as a quilted wall hanging that was signed by members in the late 1980s and a banner, also autographed, from 2001.CWU in Dallas interfaces with other local organizations in their activities, and so the collection contains materials from numerous groups in the Dallas area.

The collection is divided into five series: administrative records, activities and events, advocacy and community resources, scrapbooks and ephemera.

SERIES I - ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS 1953 - 2005 (Bulk 1994 - 2005)

This series consists of five subseries. Generally, the series contains materials related to the daily activites and operating records of Church Women United in Dallas. The first subseries concerns only CWU in Dallas. It includes minutes of board meetings, the unit's bylaws, annual reports, financial records, general correspondence, membership records, printed materials, the local newsletters and notes from the annual board retreat. Also included are yearbooks for various years between 1953 and 2005. Yearbooks for 1939-1948, 1950-1952, 1953-1954 and 1963 are contained in the scrapbooks in Series IV.

The second subseries concerns the Business and Professional Women's Division of CWU in Dallas, These records include board minutes and information on activities from the 1960s until the group's disbanding in 1976.

The third subseries concerns the Church Women United in Texas. It includes notes and materials from annual assemblies, brochures, directories and copies of newsletters.

The fourth subseries relates to regional CWU conferences and communications to individual units.

The fifth subseries concerns the national organization of Church Women United. It includes printed matter, notes and materials from annual conferences, directories and copies of the national magazine, "Church Woman."

SERIES II - ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS 1971 - 2005 (Bulk 1989 - 2005)

This series is divided into two subseries. Generally, this series contains materials related to events and activities in which Church Women United in Dallas participated. The first subseries concerns regular and recurring events and activities. It includes brochures, flyers, notes and programs. The second subseries concerns special events and activities, and contains programs, brochures and pictures. A few of the pictures are identified, but most are not.


This series contains materials related to issues on behalf of which Church Women United worked, as well as resource materials related to those issues. In carrying out its mission, CWU in Dallas networked and cooperated with numerous other local organizations. This series also contains information about these organizations as well as invitations to events, publicity, flyers and brochures.


This series contains scrapbooks covering the years 1939-1954, 1962-1963 and 1994 to 1999. The scrapbooks contain news clippings regarding individual members and CWU's participation in community activities and events as well as memorabilia. Also included are photographs taken at events; some photographs are identified. The scrapbooks also contain yearbooks for 1939-1948, 1950-1952, 1953-1954 and 1963.

SERIES V - EPHEMERA 1966 - 2001

This series contains video tapes, books, slides, a quilted wall hanging signed by members in the late 1980s and a banner, autographed in 2001. Also included are signs and placards for certain events, a laminated news clipping from 1966 and a signed ecumenical recommitment (2000).


The collection is arranged in five series: Administrative Records, Activities and Events, Advocacy and Community Resources, Scrapbooks and Ephemera.

Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Castleberry, Vivian
Smith, Maria Morgan
Dillard, Marion
Church Women United in Dallas
Church Women United in Texas
Church Women United
Greater Dallas Community of Churches
CROP (Church World Service)
League of Women Voters
Peacemakers, Inc.
Dallas Peace Center
Visiting Nurses Association
Women's Council of Dallas
Dallas, Texas
Christian Women - United States
Ecumenical Movement - Texas
Women - Texas - Societies and Clubs
Women and Religion - Texas
Women in Christianity - Texas
Dallas (Tex.) - Christian Organizations
Women's Societies and Clubs - Texas - Dallas

Related Material

The Dallas Public Library Vertical File contains an undated copy of the Bylaws of the Business and Professional Women's Division of CWU in Dallas and a Constitution of the Business and Professional Women's Division of CWU in Dallas under "Clubs and Organizations - Church Women United."

A Supplemental Reference folder has been placed in the front of Box 1. It contains certain news items on the founder of CWU in Dallas as well as finding guides located in other repositories in Texas concerning other CWU units. These include MS39, Church Women United in Texas Records, 1934-2006; MS16, Church Women United in San Antonio Records, 1961-2005; and MS124, Church Women United in Texas - Western Hills Unit Records, all located in the Archives and Special Collections Library, University of Texas at San Antonio; and 2001-001, Church Women United in Houston Records, 1911-2000, located in Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries.

Separated Material


Issues of the Dallas Peace Times for May 1997, August-September 1999, and October/November 2000 through April-May 2003 were moved to the Library's Serials Archives of the Dallas Peace Times.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

MA06-2 Church Women United in Dallas, Dallas History & Archives Division, Dallas Public Library

Acquisition Information

Information of acquisition method not available.

Processing Information

Processing information not available.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I - Administrative Records 1953 - 2005 (Bulk 1994 - 2005)

Church Women United in Dallas 1985 - 2005
Box Folder
1 1 Annual Reports Various, 1985 - 2005
2 Archives Committee 2003
3 Awards and Honors, Miscellaneous 1996 - 2005
4 Awards and Honors, Susan B. Anthony Award 1999 - 2002
5 Awards and Honors, Texas Trail Blazer 2002
6 Awards and Honors, Valiant Woman Award 1985 - 2001
7 Board Meeting Minutes 1990 - 1992
8 Board Meeting Minutes 1993 - 1995
9 Board Meeting Minutes 1996 - 1997
10 Board Meeting Minutes 1998 - 1999
11 Board Meeting Minutes 2000 - 2001
12 Board Meeting Minutes 2002 - 2003
13 Board Meeting Minutes 2004 - 2005
14 Board Members List 2003 - 2004
15 Board Positions/Officer Job Descriptions
16 Board Retreat 1991 - 1992, 1995 - 1997
17 Board Retreat 2000 - 2002
18 Board Retreat 2003 - 2004
19 Board Retreat Reviews 2003 - 2004
20 Board Retreat Review Committee Report 2003
21 Board Standing Rules 2003 - 2004
22 Bylaws
23 Correspondence 1986 - 2000
24 Correspondence 2001 - 2004
25 Correspondence, Treasurer 2002 - 2003
26 Display Materials
27 Financial, Donations Made 1989 - 2005
28 Financial Records Dec 23, 2003 - Feb 24, 2004
29 Financial Records Feb 25 - April 22, 2004
30 Financial Records Apr 23 - May 24, 2004; Jul 1 - Aug 31, 2004
31 Financial Records Sep 1 - Dec 31, 2004
32 Financial Records, Check Stubs 1999 - 2001
33 Financial Records, Check Stubs 2001 - 2004
Box Folder
2 1 Financial Records, Membership Receipts 2003
2 Financial Records, Other Receipts
3 Financial Reports 1987 - 1989
4 Financial Reports 1995 - 2000
5 Financial Reports 2001 - 2004
6 Financial, Tax Exemption
7 Financial, Treasurer's Notes 2003 - 2005
8 Forms
9 Fundraising
10 Fundraising, Children's Imperative Benefit 1991
11 Greensheet Newsletter 1984 - 1991, various
12 Greensheet Newsletter 1992 - 1995
13 Greensheet Newsletter 1996 - 2000
14 Greensheet Newsletter 2001 - 2005
15 History
16 Impact/Legislation, National 1990 - 2005
17 Impact/Legislation, Texas 2000 - 2005
18 Membership
19 Members' Biographies and Clippings
20 Membership Revitalization 1997 - 1998
21 Memorials and Celebrations
22 Nominations Committee 1986 - 2001 various
23 Nonprofit Mailing Permit 2002
24 Officer Installation 1991
25 Photographs, Unidentified
26 Printed Materials
27 Proclamation of International Women's Year 1975
28 Publicity
29 Readings and Quotes
30 Speakers' Biographies
31 Speakers Bureau Notes
32 Special Projects Committee 1997
33 Special Reports 1985 - 2002, various
34 Yearbooks 1953, 1963, 1964, 1978-1979, 1981-1985
35 Yearbooks 1985 - 1993
36 Yearbooks 1994 - 2000
37 Yearbooks 2000 - 2002
38 Yearbooks 2002 - 2005
Business and Professional Women's Division 1964 - 1976
Box Folder
2 39 Business and Professional Women's Div, Board Minutes 1965 - 1976
40 Business and Professional Women's Div, Activities 1964 - 1973
Church Women United in Texas 1978 - 2004 (Bulk 1993 - 2004)
Box Folder
3 1 Church Women United in San Antonio 2003 - 2004
2 Annual Unit Report 1995 - 1996
3 Area 5 Meeting 1999
4 Leaders Council 1995, 1997, 2001 - 2002
5 Leaders Council 2003
6 Leaders Council 2004
7 Leaders Council 2005
8 President's Report 1996 - 1997
9 Printed Material
10 State Assembly, 43rd 1983
11 State Assembly, 45th 1987
12 State Assembly, 46th 1989
13 State Assembly, 47th 1993
14 State Assembly, 48th 1994
15 State Assembly, 49th 1996
16 State Assembly, 51st 2000
17 Texas Church Woman Newsletter 1976 - 1977
18 Texas Church Woman Newsletter 1997 - 2003, various
19 Yearbooks 1978-1979, 1996-1997
20 Yearbooks 2001-2002, 2004
Regional Church Women United 1992 - 2002
Box Folder
4 1 South Central Region Communications 2002
2 South Central Regional Conference 1995
3 South Central Mt. Sequoyah Conference 1992 - 1998
4 South Central Mt. Sequoyah Conference 2002
Church Women United - National 1986 - 2005
Box Folder
4 5 Annual Packet 2002 - 2003
6 Annual Packet 2003 - 2004
7 Annual Packet 2004 - 2005
8 Annual Reports 1986 - 1995, various
9 Church Woman Magazine 1978, 1995 - 1998
10 Church Woman Magazine 1999
11 Church Woman Magazine 2000 - 2001
12 Church Woman Magazine 2002 - 2003
13 Handbook and Directory 2001 - 2002
14 Local Unit Officers Report 1987 - 2005, various
15 Memoranda to Local Units 1990 - 2002
16 Memory Book, 61st Anniversary 2001
17 Miscellaneous Papers
18 National Assembly 1991
19 National Assembly 2001
20 Printed Matter
21 16-Month Report 1998 - 1999
22 Training Packet: Seeding Sisterhood 1993
23 Wellsprings Program

Series II - Activities and Events 1971 - 2005 (Bulk 1989 - 2005)

Regular and Recurring Events 1984 - 2005
Box Folder
4 24 Celebration Planning Guide (1 page)
25 Community Awareness Day 1990-1992, 1994-1996
26 Community Awareness Day 1997-2003, 2005
27 Fall Forum 1989 - 1994
28 Fall Forum 1995 - 2001
29 Fall Forum 2002
30 Fall Forum 2003 - 2005
31 Interfaith Day 1985 - 1995
32 Interfaith Day 1996 - 2002
33 Interfaith Day 2004 - 2005
34 Interfaith Day Miscellaneous Materials
35 Leadership Education Day 1971 - 1989, various
36 May Friendship Day 1985 - 1988
37 May Friendship Day 1989 - 1996
38 May Friendship Day 1997 - 1999
39 May Friendship Day 2000
Box Folder
5 1 May Friendship Day 2001
2 May Friendship Day 2002
3 May Friendship Day 2003
4 May Friendship Day 2004 - 2005
5 World Community Day 1982, 1984 - 1994
6 World Community Day 1995
7 World Community Day 1996 - 1998
8 World Community Day 1999
9 World Community Day 2000 - 2005
10 World Day of Prayer 1984 -1989
11 World Day of Prayer 1990 - 1999
12 World Day of Prayer 2000
13 World Day of Prayer 2001 - 2002
14 World Day of Prayer 2003 - 2005
Special Events 1983 - 2002
Box Folder
5 15 Christmas Brunch 2002
16 Ecumenical Recommitment 2000
17 Past Presidents Honored 1983
18 Past Presidents Reception 2001
19 Thanks-In-Giving 1985
20 Vivian Castleberry 80th Birthday 2002

Series III - Advocacy and Community Resources 1978 - 2005 (Bulk 1994 - 2005)

Box Folder
5 21 American Friends Service Committee 2003 - 2005
22 Children's Issue
23 Church World Service/CROP
24 City Park Elementary School
25 Communities Foundation of Texas
26 Community Events - Miscellaneous 1994 - 1995
27 Community Events - Miscellaneous 1996
28 Community Events - Miscellaneous 1997 - 1999
29 Community Events - Miscellaneous 2001, 2003
30 Community Organizations - Miscellaneous A to M
31 Community Organizations - Miscellaneous N to Z
32 Criminal Justice, General
33 Criminal Justice, Seven Times Seven
34 Dallas County Community College District
35 Dallas Peace Center 1996, 1999 - 2005
36 Dallas Public Schools
37 Dallas Women's Coalition Calendars 2000 - 2001
38 Dallas Women's Coalition Calendars 2002
39 Dallas Women's Coalition Directories 1998, 2002
40 Fellowship of the Least Coin 1985 - 1998
Box Folder
6 1 Friendship Among Faiths 2001 - 2003
2 Greater Dallas Community of Churches - Annual Assembly 1996
3 Greater Dallas Community of Churches, Board Meeting Minutes 1997 - 1999
4 Greater Dallas Community of Churches - Communications, Newsletters 1998 - 2003
5 Greater Dallas Community of Churches Connections Conference 1995 - 2005
6 Greater Dallas Community of Churches, General Assembly 2002
7 Greater Dallas Community of Churches, News Clippings
8 Greater Dallas Community of Churches, Programs and Issues
9 Homelessness
10 League of Women Voters
11 League of Women Voters - Essie Reed
12 Legal Aid
13 Literacy
14 Mothers Against Teen Violence 2002
15 National Council of Jewish Women - Greater Dallas Section
16 North Texas Food Bank
17 Older Women's League, Dallas Chapter
Box Folder
7 1 Our Friends' Place
2 Peacemakers, Inc. 1995 - 2002
3 Peace Organizations, General 1997 - 2001
4 Power of Positive Parenting 1998
5 Refugees
6 S.M.U. Maura Awards 2003 - 2004
7 S.M.U. Women's Symposium 1999, 2001 - 2003
8 S.M.U. Women's Symposium 2004
9 Thanksgiving Square Foundation
10 United Nations, Dallas Chapter - Adopt-a-Minefield
11 United Nations, Dallas Chapter - General
12 United Nations, Dallas Chapter - North Texas Conference on Women 1999 - 2002
13 Urban Causeway Study Guide 1978 - 1980
14 Visiting Nurses Association
15 Women and Girls' Issues
16 The Women's Council of Dallas 1995 - 2005, various
17 Women in Community Service 2000
18 YMCA Coalition on Character and Values 1997

Series IV - Scrapbooks 1939 - 1999

Box Folder
8 Scrapbooks 1939-1949 (fragile); 1950-1953
Box Folder
9 Scrapbooks 1953-1954; 1962-1963
Box Folder
10 Scrapbook 1994-1997
Box Folder
11 Scrapbook 1997-1999

Series V - Ephemera 1966 - 2001

Box Folder
12 Slides: World Day of Prayer in New York 1986
Box Folder
Video Tape: Seeding Sisterhood 1993
Video Tape: Community Awareness Day 1992
Video Tape: CWU Assembly - Overview 2001
Video Tape: Past Presidents Reception, Vivian Castleberry, Speaker 2001
Video Tape: Mohammad (Peace)
Video Tape: Ethical Choices: Reforming the Health Care System 1992-1996
Book: Roberta Grimm, "Meditation in Motion" 1984
Book: Nancy A. Carter, "Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew" 1993
Book: Bill Baker, "More in Common Than You Think" 1998
Book: Margaret Shannon, "Just Because: The Story of the National Movement of Church Women United in the U.S.A. 1941 through 1975" 1977
Box Folder
13 Quilted Wall Hanging, with signatures Late 1980s
Box Folder
Banner, autographed 2001
Box Folder
14 Laminated News Clipping 1966
Box Folder
Registration Card File 1988
Ecumenical Recommitment, signed 2000
Signs and Placards 2001