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Color postcard photo, aerial view, of Baptist Bible College at 628 E. Kearney.

A black and white panoramic of the Gideon Bible Class at the Southside Baptist Church on Easter, 1950. Too long to scan.

Black and white photo, aerial view, of Central Bible College.

Black and white aerial negative of the campus of Central Bible College, looking north.

These are editorial pages, front and back. There may be advertisements on the back. Additional keywords are Ozark Playgrounds,pubic health,Baptist Bible College,Joe Ben Wann,economy,milk production,L E Meador. These are full newsprint sheets.

Color postcard photo of Evans Hall at Central Bible Institute, a Bible College of the Assemblies of God

Black and white photo of 100 or more men seated in pews attending a Men's Bible Class in a church sanctuary.

First Baptist Church, Ash Grove, Mo. Snapshot of the side of a brick church with pillars was taken in winter. There are no leaves on the trees and a bungalow-type house is in the background . Writing on back says " Grace Guyer, First Baptist Church " 3 X 4.5 inches. Paper, emulsion .

Sepia photograph of church members in front of the First Baptist Church in Ash Grove on February 9, 1919. On the back is written: Grace Wilson / Ash Grove / Missouri / taken February 9, 1919 / Received February 23, 1919. Church is white clapboard with " Baptist Church " over door. 5 X 7 inches on 8 X 10 inch cardboard. Paper emulsion affixed to thick cardboard backing / sepia. Machine made.

Black and white photo of Central Bible Institute entrance. A sign is showing with the name of the school on front, water tower in the background.

Black and white photo of the men's Bible class seated in the sanctuary of the First & Calvary Presbyterian church. Ben Neale was the teacher.

Folder contains photocopy of program for 14th Appreciation Services for Rev. J. Vance Jenkins and Wife, Pastor of Mt. Eagle Baptist Church. The services were held at Unity Baptist Church, Joplin, Mo., on April 14, 1985.

Black and white photo of First Baptist Church, Springfield, Missouri. Corner view of front. Has white picket fence. No leaves on the many trees. Two-story house next door. Taken at same time as 1992-30. Measurements/Size: 2 7/8" x 3 3/8" on 3 1/2" x 4 3/8". Material/Color: Emulsion, paper affixed to scalloped cardboard/sepia. Several scratches, stained cardboard. Machine made.

Spiral bound book, "Prospect: 150 Years of Service", by Steve Vert. The church, which went by several names, was established in 1864 in Center Township, Greene County, and closed in 1976. It burned in 1993.

Printed paper program or bulletin from First Baptist Church of Springfield. The front page advertises the Diamond Jubilee Evangelistic Campaign featuring preacher Dr. Henry Alford Porter.

Sunday School lesson Card printed in red & green on tan with Bible verses, lesson hymn, lesson stories, questions and note to Mamma. Illuminated lesson (weekly) 10 c. per year. David C. Cook, Chicago.

"A History of the First Baptist Church, Springfield, Missouri, 1852-1977," by Wayne C. Bartee. Hardback book, red cover, gold printing.

Black and white photo of what appears to be a church with three columns in front. Might be Robberson Ave. Baptist Church.

Black and white Photo Of Woodruff Bible Class ( men's Class) on front steps of First Presbyterian church building. Printed on photo Above men's head: " Woodruff Bible Class 3-17-29, Last meeting in old church building " Thirty men are standing and sitting on steps of stone entryway to brick building. On wall at left is the weekly announcement board. On right, in distance, are buildings and Model T cars in the strreet Note on earlier ( 2-17-92) forms: Donors husband Mr. T.D. Dodd, is at the top right. 7.75 X 10 inches photo 11.5 X 13.5 inches cardboard backing. Paper emulsion photo glued to cardboard backing. Black and white photo.

Three development stages of First Baptist Church of Springfield are printed in black on white cardboard. There are five renderings of the church. Two are photographs and three are etchings or drawings. The corners of the cardboad are splitting, there are several craacks, the top has been mended with cellophane tpe which is yellowed and brittle, and the front is stained. Size: 9 1/4 x 11 inches.

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