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Philadelphia Divinity School 1931

Philadelphia Divinity School 1933

Rev. Thomas Brainerd [graphic].

The Union Sons, of Johnson Society, of Philadelphia.

St. Philip's Church. (Protestant Episcopal.) Vine Street, north side, above Eighth Street. Philadelphia. [graphic].

Albert Barnes, 1798-1870 [graphic].

The Rev. Richard Allen, Bishop of the First African Methodist Episcopal Church, in the U. States

Revd. Jeremiah Gloucester

Tabernacle Baptist Church, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Views of a cemetery

Revd. Richard Allen

Eden Baptist Church Phila

Christ Church, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Interior views of unidentified churches, including an Episcopal and Moravian church.

Christ Church, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Christ Church, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Saint James' Church, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Saint John's Lutheran Church, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Saint Paul's Church. (Protestant Episcopal.) Third Street, between Walnut and Spruce sts. Philadelphia. [graphic].

Rev. Albert Barnes [graphic].

Rev. C.M. Tanner, Philadelphia, Pa., April 17, 1896 [graphic] / Kuebler, 1210 Chestnut St., Philada.

Rev. Richard Allen, founder of the American Methodist Episcopal Church, in the United States of America, 1779.

Revd. Charles W. Gardner

Revd. William Miller, Superintendant of the Wesleyan Zion Connexion in America

Trinity Church. (Protestant Episcopal.) Catherine Street, between Second and Third streets. Philadelphia. [graphic].

Saint Luke's Church, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Saint Stephen's Church, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Revd. John Gloucester

From the plantation to the senate

Distinguished colored men