1988. Paperback. [Cameroon] Baptist Herald, Vol. 66, No. 3 (March 1988). 31p. Wrapper. 28cm. Pages 2 and 4-21 are devoted to articles about Baptist missionary efforts in Cameroon.
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New York: Women's American Baptist Home Mission Society, (1932). Single lime-green sheet folded to form a modest-sized (12)p. softcover brochure. 16cm. (as folded).
Lawrence, Kansas: Printed by House of Usher, n.d. (1968). Hardcover. photos, (48) unnumbered pages. 26cm. Gluemark along front hinge. No jacket. History of the First Regular Missionary Baptist Church of Lawrence, Kansas.
Hartford: Press of Christian Secretary, 1890. Hardcover. frontis, portraits, 256p. Later 1/2 leather. Original wrapper bound in. 23cm. Cover scuffed. Clean ex lib. copy.
Brooklyn, NY: Edgar Reeves Artist, 1947. Paperback. ills, photos, 15p. Wrapper (browning in upper margin). 30cm. An African American Baptist magazine.
Birmingham: Woman's Missionary Union Auxiliary to the Southern Baptist Convention, 1947. Paperback. Seven consecutive individual issues. Softcover in original wrappers. 24cm. Monthly women's periodical published by the intensely conservative, historically pro-segregation Baptist denomination. *Nannie H. Burroughs, the African American educator, appears on the cover of the June, 1947 issue.
New York: Women's American Baptist Home Mission Society, (1946). Single lime-green sheet folded to form a modest-sized (6)p. softcover brochure. 16cm. (as folded). Modest wear along folds. Henry C. Gleiss Memorial Center in Detroit and Olivet Christian Center in Chicago, the two Centers discussed, were both established for African Americans...
[Providence]: The Providence Press: Snow & Farnham, Printer, 1889. Hardcover. 121p. Contemporary 1/2 leather. Original wrapper bound in. 21cm. Clean ex lib. (Pequot Library in Southport).
Philadelphia: Foreign Mission Board of the National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., 1952. Revised ed. Paperback. 94p. Worn wrapper (shabby and spotted). 22cm. The first edition was published in 1944.
n.p. n.d. [1945?]. Paperback. 31p. Wrapper. 23cm. Minor cover spotting and wear.
[Chicago: 1958]. Paperback. p. Wrapper. 24cm. African American Church.
Philadelphia: Published by the Author, 1862. 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis (portrait), x, 227, 15p. Modern quarterbinding. 17cm. Moderate foxing and some relatively minor staining. Internal library markings. Bound in at the end, as should be the case: Articles of Faith and Covenant of the Shiloh Baptist Church. Philadelphia. 1861. We...
n.p. n.d. [Preface dated 1954]. Hardcover. photos, 82p. Original blue cloth. 28cm. Gouged area on backstrip. Slightly swaybacked. Contents sound. No Jacket. Martha P. Anderson is listed as General Chairman (presumably of the committee which produced this loosely organized history of the Illinois convention and its various organizations and churches).....
Mostly single page communications although many are longer. Condition varies but generally sound. Most items dated 1958-1960, with a few earlier or later, Almost all are communications from various individuals in Liberia. All relate to the activities of Baptist churches or their personnel in Liberia. Most are addressed to C....
Mostly single page communications although some are longer. Condition varies but generally sound. Most items dated 1958-1960 although a few are earlier. All relate to the activities of Baptist churches or their personnel in West Africa -- the vast majority relate to Nigeria while a handful or so relate to...
Mostly 1-2 pages, with a few longer. Condition varies but generally sound and quite readable. Dates range from 1956 to 1960. Almost all are from various individuals in South Africa. Most are Addressed to C. C. Adams, of the Foreign Mission Board of the National Baptist Convention in the United States.
1938. Broadside flyer. Approximately 14 x 28cm. Creased. Some wear. Church located at the corner of Bronson & 18th Streets. City and state not given but this came to us with a few other Florida items of African American interest.
Berne: Berne Witness Co, 1944. 1st ed. Hardcover. photos, 194p. Original blue cloth. 19cm. Small magazine clipping about the author mounted inside front cover. Browned rectangle on title-page from a mounted newspaper clipping (on the facing page) about the author's appearance at the Baptist Church of Boone (Iowa). No jacket...
n.p. n.d. [1971?]. Paperback. photos, 24p. Wrapper. 28cm. Includes four addresses delivered by the author while President or Dean of the Congress.
Nashville: Sunday School Publishing Board, (c. 1928). 1st ed. Hardcover. 158p. Dark green cloth. 19cm. Minor wear at extremities. Name on front endpaper. No Jacket.
London: John Snow, 1865. [Rare 19th century edition]. Hardcover. xx, 359p. plus (32)p. publisher's advertisements at end. Original green cloth which had been rebacked (with portion of original backstrip mounted). 20cm. Cover scuffed and is moderately worn.
[NY]: [1956?]. Paperback. 40p. Wrapper. 15cm. A few numerals inked on last page. A large African American church in Harlem.
n.p. 1966. Paperback. photos, approximately 104 unnumbered pages. Wrapper. Green comb binding. 29cm. Split in comb binding. Assemblage of material about Dixon, the National Baptists and Buffalo where Dixon was the pastor of Second Temple Baptist Church. Dixon was also Chairman of a National Goodwill Committee whose exact function seems unclear.
Atlanta: The Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, (c. 1946). Paperback. illustrations (by Winona Steffens Childers), 127p. Softcover in original wrapper. 20cm. Covers somewhat soiled and spotted. Staining on back cover and last several text leaves. Top margins chewed on last 32 pages. "[O]ne of a series of...
[Oklahoma City: 1984]. Hardcover. photos, 168p. Red yearbook binding. 28cm. No Jacket. An African American church. Cover title: A Pilgrimage of Faith. *John A. Reed, Jr. was their pastor when this was published.