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Algernon D. Black papers, 1932-1979

Series IV: Miscellaneous Addresses, late 1930s-1962 September

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Box 6 Late 1930s On the Nature of Liberty, 1930s


Box 6 1938 no title (re: France and the future of liberty), 1938


Box 6 March 1938 "What Youth Asks" address to an older audience, March 1938


Box 6 July 1938 Concerning Fascist Forces and "Democracy in Action", July 1938


Box 6 December 25, 1938 Addresses by Dr.Wi1he1m Boerner, Ormsbee W. Robinson, &A.D. Black re: Christmas), December 25, 1938


Box 6 ca. 1939 Opening Words Sunday Morning ere: Isolation/Collective Meeting of Ethical Security) Society, 1939


Box 6 1941-42 Men of Little Faith Radio Talk


Box 6 1941-42 (re: personal isolationism) Radio Talk


Box 6 1941-42 The Wagner Act and the Republic Steel Case Radio Talk


Box 6 1941-42 (re: isolationism and interdependence between U.S.A. Radio Talk and Europe)


Box 6 1941-42 (Question re: World War II) Radio Talk


Box 6 January 4, 1942. Message in Response to President Roosevelt's Call to Religious Organizations to Mark America's Entry into the War


Box 6 June 11, 1944. Invasion: A Time of Consecration (Jerome Nathanson, Dr. V.T. Thayer, Algernon D. Black) Special morning service of N.Y. Ethical Society


Box 6 Spring 1945 (after 4/12) On the Death of F.D.R., 1945


Box 6 April 14, 1945 Memorial Service in Honor of Franklin Delano Roosevelt Special morning service of N.Y. Ethical Society, April 14, 1945


Box 6 May 8, 1945. V-E Day Services. Special morning service of N.Y. Ethical Society


Box 6 May 16, 1945. V-J Services. Special morning service of N.Y. Ethical Society


Box 6 May 1947. Draft of Declaration on Human Rights and Responsibilities. Policy statement of American Ethical Union.


Box 6 October 13, 1956. An Ethical Philosophy of Life. Lecture given outside of Society.


Box 6 May 18, 1958. Your Life and Your Faith, A Graduation Address Purpose Graduation Address, Ethical Culture Schools


Box 6 September 1962. The Theory and Practice of Effective Community Action / Memo as basis for discussion Prepared for Leaders Seminar of the American Ethical Movement