Judson Memorial Church
Span Dates: 1838-1995
Volume: 125.5 linear feet
The Judson Memorial Church Archive is a diverse collection of materials which document the arts ministry, building plans and maintenance, church administration, community outreach/social action programs, early church history, client records, and financial records. These materials include correspondence, minutes, ephemera, financial records, publicity, production files, building plans, posters, photographs, ledgers, reels, tapes, and videos. Of interest are sermons on Gay Rights primarily from the 1980s.
Judson Memorial Church in Washington Square, New York City, was founded in 1838, and for the last half century has been a center of worship, social activism, and avante-garde art. For more information see the valuable history on its website.
A finding aid is available in the library. An online finding aid is available by searching the New York University Fales Library Catalog at the following web address.
This archives is located at Falles Library of New York University in New York City. More information about the collection can be obtained by contacting library staff. Contact information is available on the website.
Church work with gays -- United States,
Gay liberation movement -- Religious aspects,
Gays -- Religious Life,
Lesbians -- Religious life,
Judson Memorial Church [New York, NY],