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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

original inscription on photograph “The newly elected moderator”

Benjamin Morgan Palmer was an orator and Presbyterian theologian.

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

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.

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

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