African American churches -- Arkansas
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MC 688
Scope and Content Note Notes on the history of the Church of the Living God, petition for a Christian Industrial Orphan Home Academy to be located at Wilton (Little River County), leaflet containing annual report of the Academy for 1903 (J. S. Christian, President), and form letter (1905) asking for donations.
Identifier: MC 2036
Scope and Content Note This collection contains historical research on Fayetteville, Arkansas' St James United Methodist Church, compiled by Lorraine Bashor; historic documents are primarily photocopies and reproductions. Materials include typed and handwritten notes and writings by Bashor, as well as research materials such as articles and phtoographs; writings by Lodene Deffebaughs, an African American activist, regarding her education at Henderson; ballads written by George Ballard; materials on the Mission...
Dates: ca 1800-2005
Identifier: MS W67 315
Scope and Contents Sales account journal maintained by unidentified merchant, Dec. 22, 1912-circa 1914, and subsequently used, circa 1914-1915 by A. C. Williams as a miscellaneous notebook. Pagination is: 1-18, 21-32, 37, 39-42, [1,2], 43-51, 54-61, 68-71, 74-76, 78-89, 80 [sic]-121, [122-140]. Page 24 contains a sharecropping agreement executed by Oliver Howard with A. C. Williams, Jan. 12, 1914; pages 77-89 contain a draft of a constitution for the Arkansas Industrial Benevolent Association, August 12, 1914;...
Dates: circa 1912-1915