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Discussions of the tensions and possibilities of cooperation between the three peace churches in operating CPS camps. In August, transferred to a detached unit, an experimental course at Columbia University on relief administration postwar.
CPS Camp #6, Lagro, Indiana; sponsored by Church of the Brethren at Lagro. China Unit CPS #101., 1942
In Feb., Fuson selected to serve in CPS training for relief work in China, so transferred to Lagro, IN. Includes description of relief work done at Goshen following tornado on March 16, schedules, etc. Also text of talk Fuson gave at Pleasant Grove Brethren School.
Newsletter of the CPS China Unit. Named in honor of Louis Whitaker who died while doing relief work in China. The newsletter gives a history of the Unit, lists as Nelson Fuson as historian, and became a “round robin” publication when the Unit was dispersed. Fuson was an editor and contributor.
The Brumbaugh Unit was the name given to CPS Camp #43, administered by the Church of the Brethren, Elgin, Illinois. Chairman was Dr. A. W. Cordier of Manchester College with whom Fuson corresponded,