Also contains photographs and reminiscences of church events by members. Atwood, Frank Ely (1878-1943), Papers, 1888-1943, (C3131) 21 linear feet Correspondence, reports, case records, judicial opinions, speeches, articles, and news-clippings, covering Atwood’s professional and political careers and his work as an active layman in the Southern Baptist Church. Barker Chapel Methodist Church, Benton County, Missouri, Records, 1893-1968, (C3717) 3 folders Includes four Sunday school record books for a church near Windsor.Armstrong, Orland Kay (1893-1987), Papers, (CA4881) RESTRICTED 194.75 linear feet INVENTORY. Correspondence, political and research files, and manuscripts of Missouri writer and politician; member of editorial staff of Reader's Digest; author of works on Baptist church, military history, slavery, religion, and communism; member of Missouri legislature, 1932-1936, 1942-1944, and U. Aulsbury Chapel Free Will Baptist Church, Bonne Terre, Missouri, Records, 1889-1944, (C2977) MICROFILM 1 roll of microfilm The records contain a record book of a church organized in 1889 in St. The dates for these books are 3 December 1893-27 August 1897, 24 October 1915-30 December 1917, 3 November 1935-28 July 1940, and 3 May-20 September 1942.Mining, the California gold rush, and the Civil War are also described. Beaver Creek United Baptist Church, Records, 1866-1888, (R0219) MICROFILM 2 volumes These are minutes of meetings and membership records of the Beaver Creek Baptist Church in Phelps County, Missouri. Bentley and material pertaining to Bentley and other allied families.The church was founded in 1866 as Willow Spring Baptist Church, and was relocated and renamed in 1874. Material on the Civil War in Chariton, Howard, and Cooper Counties, family and social life in the 1880s and 1890s and Chariton County history. (1928- ) Collection, 1942, (K0802) 1 folder Berkowitz was a member and active in the Congregation Beth Shalom.Bethel Association United Baptist Churches of Jesus Christ, Minutes, 1816-1996, (R0598) MICROFILM 72 volumes These are the minutes of the annual meetings of the Bethel United Baptist Association of southeastern Missouri, beginning with the organizational meeting in 1816.The Association consists of churches in Crawford, Iron, Madison, St. Bethel Baptist Church, Boone County, Missouri, Records, 1888-1982, (C1266) 0.1 linear foot The records of the Bethel Baptist Church, founded in 1855, include a photocopy of the minute book, membership lists, church histories, and news clippings.Anita Boresow Loeb Jewish Cemetery Project, (K0430) MICROFILM 14 microfilm rolls The collection consists of note cards and obituaries of many Jewish men and women in the Kansas City area compiled by Anita Boresow Loeb.This information was collected by Loeb as part of her Jewish Cemetery Project and was later assembled in a book.
Antioch Baptist Church (1878- ), Souvenir Program, 1979, (S0418) 70 Pages 100th anniversary history of black church.Geographical location of his homestead, fertility of land, crops, prices, wages, Indians, U. military forts and troops, anti-Mormon sentiment, Joseph Smith, and news of family and friends.Allen Chapel AME Collection, 1959-1982, (K0820) 3 cubic feet Hazel Browne Williams' files relating to her service as a board member of the African-American church in Kansas City, MO. Alvord’s private manuscript collection includes territorial documents and Ste. Wallace, missionaries for the American Sunday-School Union, in Christian, Douglas, Howell, Ozark, Texas, Webster, and Wright counties in Missouri.Arcola Christian Church, Arcola, Missouri, History, 1982, (C0928) 1 folder Printed history of church located in Dade County, MO, compiled at time of the centennial celebration. Baird, Ray (1897-1982), Papers, 1897-1985, (C0749) 0.6 linear feet Papers of a Missouri professional youth work director, 1925-1956; businessman, 1956-1974; and amateur band leader, 1974-1982.