I only had time to scan a ton of Universalist polity documents when I was at the Harvard-Andover archive last year, and I've still not transcribed them. And it would be nice to have in an easy to read and search format some of the rules and procedures of how Universalists operated -- hints of which, and sometimes more -- are still in use today. Here's a taste.
I'm no Tom Sawyer, but Universalist polity documents aren't whitewash, either. Can anyone commit to typing or editing for an hour? Seminarians, especially, who might find a tidbit for unexplored research.