The Histories and Cultural Roles of Black Churches in Lawrence, Kansas
Call Number: RH MS P508
Photocopy of a report written as a research project with a grant from the Kansas Committee for the Humanities. The report traces the origin, development, and cultural role of the Black churches in Lawrence, Kansas. Churches discussed include Church of God, First Regular Missionary Baptist, Lawrence Pentecostal, Ninth Street Baptist, Overcoming Church of God in Christ, Second Christian, Disciples of Christ, St. James AME, and St. Luke AME. Photocopies of pictures accompanying the report remain with the report; the original black and white prints have been transferred to RH MS-P P508.
- Pennington, Dorthy L. (Person)
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10 folders (1 manuscript (2 pages) + 9 photographs ) : Photocopied typescript, black and white photographic prints
RH MS P508
RH MS-P P508
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Dorthy L. Pennington, 1984.
- Guide to the Dorthy L. Pennington Colllection
- The Histories and Cultural Roles of Black Churches in Lawrence, Kansas
- Finding aid prepared by tc, 1988. Finding aid encoded by mg, 2004. Finding aid revised by mwh, 2020.
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The Histories and Cultural Roles of Black Churches in Lawrence, Kansas, Kansas Collection, RH MS P508, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas