FC Bulletin, September, 1942.
Cf. September, 1942, FC Bulletin, "Councils Active in War Service"; also October, 1942,
H. Paul Douglass. "The War Emergency and Co-operative
Unity"; also, ibid., "The Churches and Defense Communities" and "Wartime
Albert B. Denton of Youngstown, and O. M. Walton, then of Cleveland, were
named to the ICRE and FC, respectively.
International Journal, September, 1946, "ACS Has Inspiring Meeting".
International Journal, September, 1948 (nearly a full page); there were
present 100 state and local executives from 27 states, D.C. and T.H., to
consider a Protestant strategy in Christian education.
The Columbia Viking Desk Encyclopedia, p. 1379.
The ACS had four speciaI representatives present, in addition to one city
executive on the FC delegation.
FC Bulletin, January 1942.
Expansion of Paragraph 6 of "General Purposes for the Years Ahead," supplement to ACS 1941 Minutes, "for discussion only."
Ibid., item 10, under "Policy as to Specific Aspects of the Annual Program."
For year-by-year details, 1942-1949, see Dr.
Head's "Forward Together,"
cited in Chapter III. See also the International Journal, February, 1942, re
the December 1941 organization of the UCCW; also November 1950, "Women's Work in the New NCC" by Mrs.
W. Murdoch MacLeod: "Nine
short years ago . . ."
Councils of Women in 23 states had been listed by the ICFD in March 1941.
Later Don F. Pielstick of the HMC and George D. Kelsey, Dr. Miller's Associate in the FC, took their turn at presenting the staff report.
FC 1941 Report, p. 13.
Op. cit., pp. 193, 196.
ICFD Minutes, March 24, 25, 1941.
FC Bulletin, December, 1947.
Cf. also FC Bulletin, January, 1948: 2 columns on the newly organized council in Mifflinsburg, Pa., a town of 2,000; and September 1948, a page on
the Queens Federation.
FC Bulletin, May 1948, editorial.
Additional memoranda, not cited in this volume, have been preserved in
summary in the Research Notes, filed with the Office for Councils of
FC 1946 Report, p. 14.
FC Bulletin, January, 1948, call to the First Assembly of the World Council
of Churches, to be held in Amsterdam in August.
S. M. Cavert, letter cited. On the other hand, Cate (see Ch. X, note 10) says, "The Federal Council of Churches . . . set the pattern for national, state, and
local organizations, plus giving the general pattern for the World Council of
"The History of the YMCA in North America," Assn. Press. 1951, p. 709.