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Charles F. Weller papers

MS-1295
 Collection
Identifier: MS-1295
The papers of Charles F. Weller contain personal and professional correspondence, writings, photographs, printed material and records related to his personal life and that of his wife Eugenia Winston Weller as well as his founding and leadership (1941-1952) of the World Fellowship of Faiths Center in New Hampshire. Of note are the early records and correspondence regarding the Center whose mission of social consciousness, inclusiveness and world peace were a reflection of Weller's core world view. These views are also reflected in the hundreds of poems and sermons (verses) he wrote, often on a daily basis, which are also included in this collection. Correspondents include Lola Maverick Lloyd, Margaret Sanger, Sakuntula Rao Sashti, and Willard Uphaus. A disbound scrapbook with annotated photographs, correspondence and memorabilia related to the World Fellowship of Faiths, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Playground and Recreation Association, the League of Neighbors and the Boy Scouts of America is also included.

Dates

  • 1895-1957; 2004; 2014

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Unrestricted.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright on this material has not been evaluated. You are free to use this material in any way that is permitted by copyright that applies to your use.

Extent

9.6 Linear Feet (8 containers)

Overview

Charles F. Weller (1870-1957), social worker, humanitarian and activist. The collection contains correspondence, writings, printed material, photographs and records related to his personal life, his numerous writings and his founding and leadership of the World Fellowship of Faiths Center in New Hampshire. Scrapbook pages chronicling Weller's career with the Playground and Recreations Association, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, League of Neighbors and World Fellowship of Faiths are also included.

Related Materials

MS-1105 New Hampshire World Fellowship records; MS-1077 Willard Uphaus papers

Repository Details

Part of the Rauner Special Collections Library Repository

Contact:
6065 Webster Hall
Hanover NH 03755 USA