"The Berkeley Free Church (South Campus Community Ministry), 1967-1972, Richard York, Pastor, operated a service ministry to the Berkeley, CA, Telegraph Ave. area transients, runaways and hippies. Services included a referral switchboard, counseling, health care, crash pads, and free food. Support came from area merchants, local churches, and the Episcopal and Presbyterian denominations. The Church and its clergy were involved in all the radical and social justice issues of the late 60's including local Berkeley issues, campus riots, and People's Park; peace and draft resistance issues of the Vietnam War; and radical church renewal in the mainline Protestant denominations."
"At the Billy Graham Center Archives, our mission is to collect and preserve unpublished materials relating to the history of North American, Protestant, nondenominational evangelism and missions, especially focused on the twentieth century. The BGC Archives strives to make these materials available to scholars, students, and the general public through our manuscripts reading room, outreach endeavors, and more. "
"The Dorothy Day Library on the Web includes all of Dorothy Day’s writings in The Catholic Worker newspaper as well as selected articles published elsewhere and many of her books." Users can search or browse the materials.