Later this month, a lay preacher will give one of my predecessor's old sermons. Seth Rogers Brooks (d. 1987) was minister of the Universalist National Memorial Church from 1939 to 1979, and leaves quite a shadow. He was one of the leading voices against the 1961 Universalist and Unitarian consolidation, and this hasn't helped his legacy.
In looking for a re-preachable sermon to pass along, I have found one, and perhaps two sermons addressing his opposition to consolidation. Since I've never seen this side of the UUA's history addressed with primary source documents, I'll try to get it (or them) scanned for the historical record.