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Westside Church of Christ
This is a newspaper photograph of Westside Church of Christ on West Mobile Street. The church was dedicated on May 5th, 1968.
The Early History of St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church I
This is a collection of articles about the early history of St. Mark MB Church. According to Florence historian Lee Freeman, the documented history begins with John Portlock: "John A. Portlock (1802-1878) was a North Carolina native who ran a…
St. Paul A.M.E. Church on Cherokee Street
This is a photograph from the Florence Times of the new St. Paul A.M.E. Church on Cherokee Street.
St. Mark's Baptist Church hosts Muscle Shoals Baptist Sunday School Association convention
Smith family records
These are images from Annie (Turnley) Pride's bible, containing family records such as birth and death dates.
Selma University diploma for C.D. Hamilton
This is a diploma of C.D. Hamilton from Selma University for a Bachelor of Theology degree.
Reverend Trevor Crenshaw with his grandmother, Laney Goodloe Williams
This is a photograph of Reverend Trevor Crenshaw at Trinity Missionary Baptist Church with his grandmother, Laney Goodloe Williams.
Reverend Aaron Troupe
This is a newspaper photograph and article about Reverend Aaron Troupe, president of the Muscle Shoals Sunday school convention.
Rev. L.J. Green
This is a newspaper photograph and article about L.J. Green, pastor at St. Mark Baptist Church in Florence.
Rev. James Hampton
This is a newspaper photograph and article about the Rev. James Hampton, born in north Alabama in 1858. Hampton attended Roger Williams University in Nashville and lived in Russellville, AL, at the time of the article.