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New Hampshire World Fellowship Center (1941-)

 

New Hampshire World Fellowship Center, a summer retreat focused on multicultural and multi-faith dialog, was founded in Conway, New Hampshire in 1941 by Charles and Eugenia Weller. The Center continued the inter-religious and inter-cultural work of the World Fellowship of Faiths organization founded in 1929.

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New Hampshire World Fellowship Center records

MS-1105
 Collection
Identifier: MS-1105
Overview New Hampshire World Fellowship Center, founded in 1941. The collection contains brochures, newsletters, programs, correspondence, writings, photographs, clippings, legal and financial records, meeting minutes and agendas. The records chronicle the history of the Fellowship under the leadership of founders Charles and Eugenia Weller and directors Willard and Ola Uphaus and Christoph and Kathryn Schmauch.