Schomer, Howard, 1915-2001. Papers, 1928-2001.


Schomer, Howard, 1915-2001. Papers, 1928-2001.

Biographical files; sermons, lectures, speeches, writings and other materialsdocumenting Howard Schomer's career as a minister, human rights advocate, pacifist,and business consultant.

53 boxes


SNAC Resource ID: 6382940

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United Church Women of Greater Chicago. (corporateBody)

Trinity Church (Boston, Mass.) (corporateBody)

Chicago Phi Beta Kappa Association. (corporateBody)

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Minnesota Council of Churches (corporateBody)

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Cornell University (corporateBody)

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Evanston Ministerial Association. (corporateBody)

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Previously known as the Syrian Protestant College and earlier as the St. Paul's Institute. From the description of Records of the American University of Beirut, 1895-1958, n.d. (inclusive). (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 702132151 The American University of Beirut is located in Beirut, Lebanon and was built under a charter from the state of New York. The American University of Beirut was first opened as the Syrian Protestant College in 1866 i...

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Montclair Presbyterian Church. (corporateBody)

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Perry Miller (person)

UNIAPAC (International Christian union of business executives) (corporateBody)

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National Christian Council (corporateBody)

Catholic Peace Fellowship (corporateBody)

An educational service conducted by Catholic members of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, the Catholic Peace Fellowship developed in the aftermath of the encyclical Pacem in Terris of Pope John XXIII in 1962. Activism included support for Vietnam era anti-war activists such as Daniel and Philip Berrigan. From the description of Collection, 1962-[ongoing]. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 27057417 Roman Catholic affiliate of the Fellowship of Reconc...

United Presbyterian Church (Scotland) (corporateBody)

Biography/Administrative History Author and activist, Chris Glaser has published twelve books, including Uncommon Calling, Coming Out to God, and Coming Out as Sacrament, and As My Own Soul: The Blessing of Same-Gender Marriage. His most recent book is The Final Deadline: What Death Has Taught Me About Life. Chris is a frequent speaker and retreat leader across denominational boundaries throughout North America on issues ranging from sexualit...

Avalon Park Community Church. (corporateBody)

Donald Fraser (person)

International Fellowship of Reconciliation (corporateBody)

Chicago Association of Commerce (corporateBody)

George Schultz (person)

J. P. Morgan (person)

St. John's University (corporateBody)

WFMT Radio (corporateBody)

LaCrosse College. (corporateBody)

Max Stackhouse (person)

Chambon-sur-Lignon/College Cevenol (corporateBody)

Ohio Wesleyan University (corporateBody)

University located in Delaware, Ohio. From the description of An act to incorporate the Trustees of the Ohio Wesleyan University 1910. (Bowling Green State University). WorldCat record id: 41972346 ...

WCRP (corporateBody)

John Wild's (person)

Coulson, John, 1919-.... (person)

Talladega College (corporateBody)

Posner (person)

Hinsdale Union Church. (corporateBody)

Bates Chapel. (corporateBody)

Oak Park High School (corporateBody)

Madison, Wisconsin. (corporateBody)

Pierre Zumbach (person)

FBI (corporateBody)

Schomer, Howard, 1915-2001 (person)

Howard Schomer, June 9, 1915-June 28, 2001; Harvard College, B.S., 1937; Chicago Theological Seminary, D.D., 1954; ordained minister ( United Church of Christ ), 1941; married Elsie Swenson, 1942. Schomer refused ministerial exemption from the draft in World War II and served as a conscientious objector assigned to Civilian Public Service. From 1946-1955 he and Elsie served as Fraternal Workers in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, France, where thousands of Jewish and other refugees had been rescued during...

Claremont College Church. (corporateBody)

Indiana Congregational Conference. (corporateBody)

Terkel, Studs, 1912-2008 (person)

Studs Terkel was born May 16, 1912, and died in Chicago on Oct. 31, 2008. Pulitzer Prize-winning author whose searching interviews with ordinary Americans helped establish oral history as a serious genre. From the description of It's a living, [videorecording], 1975. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 612307109 and the description of Studs Terkel papers and book interviews, ca. 1950-1999. (Chicago History Museum). WorldCat record id: 713907330 ...

United Nations (corporateBody)

In 1945, four individuals who had worked on the Manhattan project-John L. Balderston, Jr., Dieter M. Gruen, W.J. McLean, and David B. Wehmeyer-formed a committee and wrote a letter to 154 public figures asking for their opinions about the possibility of the creation of a world government. Over the next year, as the various public figures responded to the letter, the responses were correlated into a report that was released in 1947. From the guide to the Balderston, John L., Jr. Colle...

Christian Theological Seminary (Indianapolis, Ind.) (corporateBody)

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions ABCFM (corporateBody)

American Management Associations (corporateBody)

Olivet College (corporateBody)

George Williams College. (corporateBody)

Iowa Conference of the UCC. (corporateBody)

Capozza, Frank (person)

Johnson, Clarence E. (Clarence Eugene), 1941- (person)

Don Shoemaker (person)

Illinois College Chapel. (corporateBody)

Wilmette Ministers Group. (corporateBody)

Department of Interchurch Aid (corporateBody)

Heidelberg College (corporateBody)

Harvard (corporateBody)

Farm School (corporateBody)

Denison College Chapel. (corporateBody)

Avery Post (person)

Park Dickerson. (person)

Jack Kahn (person)

Kirk of Bonnie Brae. (corporateBody)

Rosenbergs (person)

Public Relations Society of America (corporateBody)

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Ohio Conference of C.C. Churches. (corporateBody)

Glenview Community Church. (corporateBody)

Kawahaio Congregational Church (corporateBody)

Marc d'Arcissac (person)

Lawrence Hall of Science (corporateBody)

Named in honor of Ernest O. Lawrence, the Hall is dedicated to research in science education, in-service training of science teachers, and the development of exhibit materials for the demonstration of basic scientific principles. From the description of Lawrence Hall of Science records, 1959-1970. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 38932921 ...

Metropolitan Community Church (corporateBody)

Biography/Administrative History Author and activist, Chris Glaser has published twelve books, including Uncommon Calling, Coming Out to God, and Coming Out as Sacrament, and As My Own Soul: The Blessing of Same-Gender Marriage. His most recent book is The Final Deadline: What Death Has Taught Me About Life. Chris is a frequent speaker and retreat leader across denominational boundaries throughout North America on issues ranging from sexualit...

Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy. (corporateBody)

Eddington's (person)

Howard Schomer (person)

Edward Kennedy (person)

UCC (corporateBody)

Texas Company (corporateBody)

Albert Cardinal Meyer (person)

David Nyvall (person)

World Christian Mission Assembly (corporateBody)

Erwin Griswold (person)

Borg-Warner (corporateBody)