Integrity, Inc. (Chicago) Records
Span Dates: 1975-1981
Volume: 5 linear feet
The records of this founding Integrity group consist of meeting minutes, agendas, bylaws, articles of incorporation, calendars, correspondence, financial statements, annual reports, treasurer’s reports, guest books, newsletters, and press clippings.
Integrity/Chicago was founded in January 1975 and was the “mother chapter” of Integrity, Incorporated.
In 1974, Episcopal activist Dr. Louie Crew announced a new publication, "INTEGRITY", and the first chapter meeting was held in Chicago. The next year the first convention was held in Chicago with Ellen Barrett and Jim Wickliff as co-presidents. In 1982, then President John Fortunato established a national office in Washington, DC.
A brief description of this collection is available online.
This collection is located at the Gerber Hart Library and Archives. The bulk of Integrity, Inc. records are located at the Episcopal Archives in Austin, Texas.
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