File Folder 4 - Lauver, Melvin

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US GCA HM1/278-35-Folder 4

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Lauver, Melvin

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  • 1960-1961 (Creation)

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BOX 35 FOLDER 4 Melvin Lauver At the time of this folder’s materials, Melvin Lauver was Treasurer of Mennonite Board of Education, or [less likely] only its Conrad Grebel Lectureship Committee, while Bender was producing and delivering his Conrad Grebel Lectures. The folder’s material is about payments for typing, trips, etc. {1}TW0 ENTRIES Melvin Lauver to Bender, November 2, 1960 [on stationery of Mennonite Board of Education, Office of the Treasurer]: sending $55 check; reimbursing cost of books for your lectures [likely Conrad Grebel Lectures]; requested via Paul Erb. • • • REPLY, Irene Hershberger to Melvin Lauver, November 4, 1960 [Hershberger––Bender’s secretary]: thanks from Bender, for check. {2} Bender to Melvin Lauver, February 18, 1961: sending travel expenses for trips to Eastern Mennonite College [EMC, later Eastern Mennonite University (EMU)] and to Hesston College to deliver Conrad Grebel Lectures: $75. {3} Bender to Melvin Lauver, April 4, 1961: For typing done outside his office for Conrad Grebel Lectureship, was sending a bill of $35.25; had paid some other from his pocket, so hoped for quick reimbursement. {4} TW0 ENTRIES Melvin Lauver to Bender, April 3, 1962 [on stationery of Mennonite Board of Education, Office of the Treasurer]: at request of Paul Erb as Executive Secretary of Conrad Grebel Lectureship Committee, was sending Bender $600 for what “the Lectureship Committee owes you directly. cc: Erb. • • • REPLY, Bender to Melvin Lauver, April 10, 1962: acknowledging receipt of the $600. cc: Paul Erb.

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  • Box: 35
  • Folder: 4