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  • P84193858?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1978
    Contributing Institution: Samford University Library
    Description: Photograph of the Auburn First Baptist Church congregation on Easter Sunday, March 26, 1978. Facing the congregation is believed to be pastor John H. Jeffers. Organized in 1838, the church is a member of the Tuskegee Lee Baptist Association.
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  • Fn107d94t?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1928
    Contributing Institution: Samford University Library
    Description: Photograph of the Auburn First Baptist Church Sunday school class of 1928 in Auburn, Alabama. The men are standing in front of the construction site of the church's present-day sanctuary. A note attached to the photograph states: "Sunday School Class 1928-These men [were] known as Pastors Helpers. 1st Row: Mr. Jackson, Mr. Moss, Mr. Hudson, Dr. Edwards, Mr. Martin, Mr. Little, Mr. Neighbors. 2nd Row: Mr. Jones, Dr. Boyd, Byron Jones, Mr. Kerr, Mr. Newton,??. 3rd Row: Mr. Callen, Mr. Frisby, Mr. Cauthen, Mr. Pate". At the time this photograph was taken, Dr. James R. Edwards was pastor of Auburn First Baptist Church. Organized in 1838, the church is a member of the Tuskegee Lee Baptist Association.
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  • Q811m057r?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1920/1929 and 1930/1939
    Contributing Institution: Samford University Library
    Description: Delegates for the Baptist Student Convention held at First Baptist Church in Auburn, Alabama. The photograph is from fall of 1929 or spring 1930. Delegates can be seen posing with collegiate banners. Identified in the photograph: Lucille Lloyd (principal speaker) front and middle, Davis Woolley holds the Howard banner, and Henry Rogers is wearing dark rimmed glasses and is on the extreme right of the photograph. In addition to the photograph, a newspaper clipping is taped to the back, which includes information regarding attendees and speakers of the Baptist Student Convention from the Florence State Teachers College. The article also mentions that thirteen colleges were represented at the convention.
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