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Papers. 1872-1965, and n.d.

Author: Robert Elijah Jones
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Methodist Episcopal Church bishop in New Orleans and editor of The Southwestern Christian Advocate. Includes correspondence (1889-1959), clerical and educational documents, notes, speeches, writings, receipts, photographs, and collected items. The correspondence is heavily inclusive of incoming items, containing only 32 outgoing letters. The major subjects include Black Education, Harry Hoosier, and the Gulfside  Read more...
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Named Person: George Washington Cable; Harry Hoosier; Jonathan Daniels; William Faulkner; Rivers Frederick; Edwin Holt Hughes; Grace C Jones; Willis J King; Benjamin Quarles; A Philip Randolph; Emmet Jay Scott; William H Taft; Booker T Washington; Harold J Zeringer
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Elijah Jones
OCLC Number: 19719228
Description: 3.2 linear ft. 8 Boxes and 1 OS Box.

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Methodist Episcopal Church bishop in New Orleans and editor of The Southwestern Christian Advocate. Includes correspondence (1889-1959), clerical and educational documents, notes, speeches, writings, receipts, photographs, and collected items. The correspondence is heavily inclusive of incoming items, containing only 32 outgoing letters. The major subjects include Black Education, Harry Hoosier, and the Gulfside Assembly. Names in the collection include George Washington Cable, Jonathan Daniels, William Faulkner, Rivers Frederick, Edwin Holt Hughes, Grace C. Jones, Valena C. Jones, Willis J. King, Benjamin Quarles, Asa Philip Randolph, Emmet Jay Scott, William Howard Taft, Booker T. Washington, and Harold J. Zeringer.

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