The Unitarian Church of All Souls (New York, N.Y.) Records document the history of the prominent Unitarian Universalist congregation, going back to its founding in 1819 through approximately 2015. The collection is 104 linear feet and is largely comprised of meeting minutes from annual and periodic Board of Trustees meetings, reports, and church newsletters. Items of note include two handwritten books of Board of Trustees meeting minutes, reporting on years 1819-1845 and 1845-1882, respectively. Also contained are records documenting the justice work done by the All Souls AIDS Task Force, including scrapbooks, newsletters, event programs, and some photographs. Personal papers of All Souls ministers and records of other All Souls initiatives are held separately by Meadville Lombard Archives and Special Collections.