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    Creator: Berkeley Free Church
    Date: 1970
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Photo of members of the Berkeley Free church used as a handout to advertise the publication of The Covenant of Peace by Morehouse-Barlowe Co. Among those pictured are: Phyllis Smith, 3rd from left, key volunteer on the switchboard; then John Pairman (Jock) Brown, resident theologian; and Richard York, minister, director and guiding force. Brown described the founding of the church as "bringing hippies and the Peace movement together in a common format, giving radical Pentecostals and radical Catholics the common liturgy of finding housing, finding food, finding people.” ("Toward a United Peace and Freedom Church," In The Underground Church, ed. Malcolm Boyd. New York: Sheed and Ward, 1968, p 41.)
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    Date: 1970
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Dorothy Donnelly with family. After high school, she joined the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Orange as Sister Gertrude Joseph Donnelly. As Sister Gertrude, she received a B A, Dominican College of San Raphael (1950); M.A., Catholic University of America (1954); Ph.D, Catholic University of America (1962); Fullbright Scholarship, American Academy, Rome, Italy (1962); and Th. D. , Pacific School of Religion (1973). She left the order on good terms in the 1980s.
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