H13546 One of the S.S. boys of Warren Ave. Methodist E. Church (colored).
H13547 Negro street meeting. The pastor at Warren Ave. Methodist Episcopal Church
(colored) says that most of these negro street preachers are frauds, using
this means to graft an easy living. Pittsburg, Pa.
H13548 Negro street meeting. The pastor at Warren Ave. Methodist Episcopal (colored)
says that most of these negro street preachers are frauds, using this means
to graft an easy living. Pittsburg, Pa.
H13155 The large building is a reproduction of the church in which the
Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute worshipped. The small building is
partly a reproduction of a hen house found on present site of Institute.
H13156 A view showing the Boys' Trade building, the Girls' Trade building,
the Agricultural Hall and etc. Tuskegee Institute.
H13157 Clarke Hall. The new Hampton Institue Y.M.C.A. building is a
30,000 two story brick structure that was built entirely by Hampton
students (except the slate roof). This is the best demonstration of
Hampton's practical trade training for negro and Indian boys. Virginia.
H13158 Roanoke Rapids School for colored, four class rooms, average daily
attendance 82. A.M. Procter, Supt.
H11277 Mt. Zion Methodist Episcopal (colored) Church. New Orleans, La. Rev. Reddix,
Pastor, has been in course of erection for several years. The congregation
is worshipping in the basement with a pile of used bricks in front of the
incomplete structure. They have not had sufficient funds to move forward
one bit in the last two years. The Centenary Program was put on. Units
organized Stewardship Program work. The result: A gracious revival and
Easter Sunday this church laid on the table $713, its first year's quota
for Centenary purposes.
H11278 First Methodist Episcopal Church (colored), New Orleans, La. The Centenary quota
for this church is $1,800 a yr. and Easter Sunday night these people laid
on the table in cash $3,600, two years quota.