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I.E. Howard papers, 1940-1974
- Howard, Irving E.
- I.E. Howard papers
- 1940-1974 (inclusive)19401974
- 3 linear feet, (2 containers) : 2 record storage boxes
- Collection Number
- Coll 645
- Irving E. Howard was a conservative Congregational minister, professor of finance, author, and Associate Editor of Christian Economics. The papers contain subject files, correspondence, periodicals, newsletters, pamphlets, booklets, press releases, and manuscripts.
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1299 University of Oregon
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Historical NoteReturn to Top
Rev. Irving E. Howard was a Congregational minister, professor of finance, author, and Associate Editor of Christian Economics.
Howard earned a Bachelor of Theology degree from Gordon Divinity School. He served as minister of the Hope Congregational Church in Worcester, Massachusetts.
He studied economics at New York University and was a Professor of Finance at Nichols College in Dudley, Massachusetts.
Howard was an Associate Editor of the Christian Freedom Foundation's publication Christian Economics. He wrote several articles promoting Christian rationales for capitalism. He also wrote a book, The Christian Alternative to Socialism, published in 1966.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
The I.E. Howard papers contain subject files, correspondence, periodicals, newsletters, pamphlets, booklets, press releases, and manuscripts collected by Irving E. Howard, a conservative Congregational minister, professor of finance, author, and Associate Editor of Christian Economics. The papers document the Christian Church's stance on social issues, such as race, labor unions, economics, and politics in the United States from 1940 to 1974. The papers also document disagreements between and within Christian denominations regarding these issues. A significant portion of the material is related to a proposed merger of the General Council of the Congregational Christian Churches with the Evangelical and Reformed Church to form the United Church of Christ.
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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
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Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Christian union
- Christianity -- Economic aspects
- Christianity and politics -- United States
- Church and social problems
- Communism and Christianity
- Congregational churches -- Clergy
- Congregational churches -- Relations -- Evangelical and Reformed Church
- Conservatives -- United States