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Central Congregational Church (New Orleans, La)


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Central Congregational United Church of Christ records

Identifier: 079
Content Description The records of the Central Congregational United Church of Christ in New Orleans, Louisiana consist of board of bylaws trustees’ reports, correspondence, minute books, financial reports, sermons, photographs, membership rosters, programs, and other printed materials. Unbound minutes are also included, as is the centennial history of the church that was founded in 1872. Former pastors of the church are represented by items in that collection, past and present members of the church are also...
Dates: Other: 1893-2009

Norman A. Holmes papers

Identifier: 183
Content Description This collection consists of scrapbooks and yearbooks donated by a former minister of Central Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) in New Orleans, Louisiana. Holmes was also a faculty member of Dillard University by whom he was honored upon his retirement in 1968 prior to his move to California. He and his wife received numerous tributes and were honorees at a testimonial. An album and scrapbook of letters document this event, and the two yearbooks include the 1957 issue that was...
Dates: Other: 1957-1968

Nicholas Hood II papers

Identifier: 186
Content Description The papers of Nicholas Hood II document his work as a civil rights activists, minister, and city councilman. The collection consists of correspondence, programs, news clippings, sermons, and records generated as a city official and politician. The collection is a rich resource for the study of contemporary urban developments and chonicle the urban renewal activities of the Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ in Detroit, Michigan. Hood was a minister at Plymouth Congregational...
Dates: Other: 1941-1990

Ferdinand L. Rousseve papers

Identifier: 321
Scope and Contents The papers of Ferdinand L. Rousseve contain professional, as well as academic papers documenting Rousseve's life as an architect, professor, and civic leader. The papers contain approximately 130 pieces including correspondence, diplomas, lecture notes, articles, photographs, and awards that reflect his academic and professional careers. The bulk of the papers pertains to his education and his years as a scholar and teacher, as well as his work as an architect. Of interest are...
Dates: Created: 1914-1979; Other: Majority of material found in 1941-1949; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1982

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