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Type: Correspondence | Text
Title: Letters Pertaining To Religious Organizations
Date: 1899-1926
Description: Letter addressed to W.B. Matthews from Mary L. Gaines, Private Secretary of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in Atlanta, January 16, 1899 -- Letter addressed to Mr. Matthews form Reverend L.A. Townsby of Saint Paul A.M.E. Church, June 5, 1905 -- Letter addressed to S.S. Morris from W.B. Matthews, March 9,1906 -- Letter addressed to W.B. Matthews from J.E. Sheppard of Grace Presbyterian Church, November 19, 1905 -- Letter addressed to Mrs. Green from H.S. Sheppard of Grace Presbyterian Church, March 29, 1926 -- Letter addressed to Professor W.B. Matthews from B.G. Brawley of Atlanta Baptist College, March 22, 1906 -- Letter addressed to J.E. Shepherd from George Sale, President of Atlanta Baptist College, November 10, 1905 -- Letter to Professor Matthews from Reverend N. N. Nealy, Pastor of the Adams Street Colored Baptist Church and Trustee of Selma, University and teacher of the Ministers' District School, April 27, 1906 -- Letter addressed to My Dear, Dear Will from a member of The Second Episcopal District Of The African Methodist Episcopal Church, September 18, 1911 -- Letter addressed to Professor W.B. Matthews from S.S. Morris, March 5, 1906 -- Letter addressed to Professor W.B. Matthews from William J. Trent, Secretary of The Young Men's Christian Association, December 7, 1915
Subjects: African American Congregationalists--Georgia | African American teachers--Southern States | African American universities and colleges--Georgia | Atlanta University | College trustees--Georgia | Education--Southern States | First Congregational Church (Atlanta, Ga.) | Knights of Pythias | Men--Societies and clubs | National Negro Business League (U.S.) | Atlanta (Ga.) | Fulton County (Ga.)
Contributors: Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History
Online Publisher: Digital Library of Georgia in association with the Auburn Avenue Research Library for African American Culture and History, 2011
Original Material: Box 1, Folder 18, William B. Matthews papers, Archives Division, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System.
Rights and Usage: Cite as: Item, William B. Matthews papers, Archives Division, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System.
Persistent Link to Item: http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/aaed/id:aarl89.011-001-018

Related Institutions: Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History
Digital Library of Georgia
Collection Information: Auburn Avenue Research Library Historic African American Education Collections