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First Baptist Church - Group to Consider a New Church

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Title:First Baptist Church - Group to Consider a New Church
Date:1930 May 14

Photograph of a group of people from the congregation of First Baptist Church. They are arranged in two rows and those in the front are sitting in chairs. Most of the people are wearing choir robes, and a man to the left of the photograph is posing with a string bass. The photograph was taken outside, in front of a building When First Baptist Church was at it's 14th and Red River Streets location in 1930, Rev. Levi Stanmore selected 10 groups to discuss, review the survey given to them, and at a later date give their group reports to him about "considering a New Church". This is group #7, the Senior Choir, Sister Ann Grant, Director.

Local identification number: local-cont-no: frm-0089

Local identification number: ark: ark:/67531/metapth17393

Types:Photographs | StillImage
Subjects:African American choirs--Texas--Austin | Persons--Texas--Austin | Portraits, Group--Texas--Austin | African Americans--Texas--Austin | African American Baptists--Texas--Austin | United States, Texas, Travis County, Austin, 30.2672, -97.7431
Collection:Building the African-American Community
Institution:Portal to Texas History
Contributors:Jacob Fontaine Religious Museum
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Persistent Link to Item:http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth17393/