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Ledger and ledger pages containing business meeting minutes (1953-1960), membership and attendance lists (1951-1954), and financial records (1929-1966) of the Baldwin Church of Christ, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The papers contain correspondence to and from friends and preachers; diaries of church meetings, baptisms, and other events; sermon notes; records of northwest Arkansas churches; photographs of family, students, and northwest Arkansas subjects.
The collection consists of photocopies of minutes and other records of Bethlehem Church, Washington County, Arkansas, with copies of published information about the church.
The records include an incomplete set of minutes (1897-1949), directories (1902-1968), Bible school records (1906-1942), and bulletins (1944-1986).
The Forum Church of Christ records consist of three account books from 1920 to 1971. Account books 2 and 3 include names of church members. Account book 2 contains two statements concerning reorganization of the church; one on September 23, 1921, by Reverend Weatherman, and the other on January 14, 1934, by Reverend Dudgeon. A historical sketch of the Forum Church of Christ compiled by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1941 may be found in the Arkansas Historical Records Survey.
These papers were collected both as a family record and as a chronicle of Uniontown. They contain both family papers and photographs and materials pertaining to the Uniontown community.
The Lula Jane Howell Papers contain correspondence, the diary of Lula Jane (Comstock) Howell, a history of the community of Uniontown, a history of the Poage (spelled variously "Poague") family by Lula (Lucinda) Jane Poage Howell, and a collection of photographs.
James Logan Morgan "A Preliminary Study of the Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) and Churches of Christ in Arkansas"
Statistical data compiled from U.S. Censuses, 1850-1936, prefaced by letter of transmittal, Morgan to Lester Bickford, Little Rock, December 6, 1970.
The material was collected by Paul Haynie in the course of his research on the history of the Churches of Christ in Arkansas. Included are photocopies of church records; programs, directories, and other church publications; histories of the churches compiled by members; genealogies; and photographs.
Records of the White House Church of Christ (originally named Union Church House) White River Township (Arnett), Washington County, Arkansas, 1867-1896. Haynie paper includes typescript of church records.
- Subject: Churches of Christ -- Arkansas X
- Religion -- Arkansas 8
- Clergy -- Arkansas 2
- Washington County (Ark.) 2
- Crawford County (Ark.) 1
- Disciples of Christ -- Arkansas 1
- Fayetteville (Ark.) 1
- Huntsville (Ark.) 1
- Johnson (Ark.) 1
- Preaching -- Arkansas 1
- Springdale (Ark.) 1 ∧ less
- Haynie, Paul 3
- Baldwin Church of Christ (Fayetteville, Ark.) 1
- Ball, Leerie 1
- Ball, Leo 1
- Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church of Christ (Washington County, Ark.) 1
- Branson, Lillie Howell 1
- Center Street Church of Christ (Fayetteville, Ark.) 1
- Dockery, Robert 1
- Forum Church of Christ (Huntsville, Ark.) 1
- Hall, Jack 1
- Howell, Lula Jane 1
- Johnson Church of Christ (Washington County, Ark.) 1
- Morgan, James Logan 1
- Steward, Glenn, 1897-1976 1
- Uniontown Christian Church (Crawford County, Ark.) 1
- Warren, Lloyd Oliver, 1915-2014 1
- White House Church of Christ 1 ∧ less