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Doris Kerr Larkins, of Wichita, Kansas, was the co-founder of the First National Black Historical Society of Kansas (now the Kansas African American Museum, Inc.), as well as a home health aide.
Lois Grimes was a Junction City, Kansas, resident, and an active member of the Baptist church. The collection covers the records of this involvement, including Calvary Baptist Church, Smoky Hill River Missionary Baptist District Association, and the Kansas Baptist State Congress of Christian Education.
The Papers of Mattie A. White Jamison are those of a long time Kansas resident and social worker who was active in numerous community groups.
The Reverend Billy J. Johnson papers are those of a longtime Kansan who served as pastor at several churches in the state, serving last at Topeka's Calvary Baptist Church.
- Names: Calvary Baptist Church (Wichita, Kan.) X
- African American Baptists -- Kansas 1
- African American clergy -- Kansas 1
- African American families -- Kansas 1
- African American women -- Kansas 1
- African American women -- Kansas -- Wichita 1
- African Americans -- Religion 1 ∧ less
- Calvary Baptist Church (Topeka, Kan.) 1
- First National Black Historical Society of Kansas 1
- Grimes, Lois V., 1906-2005 1
- Jamison, Mattie Allene White, 1900-1993 1
- Johnson, Billy J., 1929-1990 1