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Presbyterian Church located in Kansas City, Missouri on the corner of Anderson Avenue and Benton Boulevard.NOTE: right corner has been digitally restored

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Samuel Monroe Neel was a confederate soldier, minister in the Presbyterian Church, lawyer, and son of a Presbyterian elder.

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NOTE: One of the men pictured is Rev. William H. Foster, Sr.

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NOTE: Not all subjects identified. Subjects include: left to right Malcolm Lee Purcell and Lowry Owen

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Group photograph posed with a bicycle in front, a banner reading “Circulation,” and a sign on the door behind the group reads “Delegates Only,”

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NOTE: Not all subjects identified. Subjects include: Elizabeth Glasscock, Henry Quinius, Martin Singleton, “Manny” Douglas, Sarah Hunt, Palmer Delotus, Elizabeth Hunt, Caroline Purchell, Joy Wade, Margaret Purcell, Oscar Landry, and Mary Landry

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NOTE: Not all subjects identified. Subjects include: James McCord, Daniel Penick, Hulon Black, and Billy Syers (young boy)

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Kagawa was a Japanese Christian pacifist, Christian reformer, and labour activist. Dr. Harry W. Myers, an American missionary, served as longtime mentor to Kagawa.

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NOTE: Subjects include: standing left to right Cecil H. Lang Jr., Ralph D. Bucy, Malcolm L. Purcell, seated Howard Blake

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original inscription on photograph “The newly elected moderator”

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Benjamin Morgan Palmer was an orator and Presbyterian theologian.

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2nd Presbyterian Church and manse located in Richmond, Virgina on the Northeast corner of 5th and Main streets. Photo taken from the rear.

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Photo of the exterior of the 2nd Presbyterian Church Manse, the clergy house inhabited by or formerly inhabited by a minister, located in Waco, Texas.

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Built in 1910, while James F. Hardie spent his summer vacation doing home mission work there, during his Seminary days

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A pair of unidentified individuals studying at the Stitt Library circa 1980s
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