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    • 1834 church book of Greensboro Station

    • 1834-1845
    • West Market Street United Methodist Church Archives
    • This minute book, which dates 1834 to 1849, includes information on both Greensboro as well as Jamestown. There is one later period included in the volume, documenting the Charity Fund for 1953-54. Included are lists of preachers and presiding...
    • [Photographs of First Presbyterian Church]

    • 1846-1927
    • First Presbyterian Church Archives
    • These seven photographs document church buildings, as well as an "Every Member Canvas" taken on March 20, 1932. The earliest building, seen in two photographs, is dated to 1846 and represents the second church building. Photograph 003 shows the...
    • Session 5/16/1858 - 12/22/1873

    • 1858-1873
    • First Presbyterian Church Archives
    • This Session minute book (kept by the ruling elders of the church) documents a variety of events and activies, including a record of members, baptisms, and at times detailed remembrances of certain revered church members, e.g. David Park Weir (page...
    • [Letters of Elizabeth O. Garrett and Ella B. Troy]

    • 1902
    • West Market Street United Methodist Church Archives
    • These two letters, from early church members, document the church's early history. The note from Elizabeth O. Garrett was written to the Reverend S.B. Turrentine in 1902, when Garrett was 78. She reminisces about his profession of faith at a camp...
    • [Pages from Greensboro city directory]

    • 1903-1904
    • Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This photocopy of page 170 of the Greensboro City Directory lists Walter McNair's drugstore at 106 Fayetteville Street and his home at 429 East Washington Street.
    • [Church reminiscence, College Place United Methodist Church]

    • 1905
    • College Place United Methodist Church Archives
    • This two page handwritten note from an unidentified lifelong member of College Place United Methodist Church, details how she/he moved with their parents to Greensboro in 1905 and began attending the Spring Garden Chapel. There are other memories...
    • [Pages from Greensboro city directory]

    • 1905-1906
    • Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This photocopy of page 229 of the Greensboro City Directory lists information about Walter McNair.
    • [Bennett College diploma]

    • 1907-05-09
    • McAdoo Family Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This diploma was presented to Lola Annie Caldwell, by Bennett College President Silas A. Peeler, on May 9, 1907.
    • [Minute book, Spring Garden Street Methodist Episcopal Church]

    • 1909-1915
    • College Place United Methodist Church Archives
    • This notebook features handwritten minutes from the 1909-1915 meetings of the Spring Garden Street Methodist Episcopal Church (more recently known as College Place United Methodist Church) Board of Stewards.
    • [Pages from Greensboro city directory]

    • 1909-1920
    • Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This photocopy of page 275 of the Greensboro City Directory indicates that Walter McNair had moved his business to 223 East Market Street.
    • [W. L. McNair, retail druggist]

    • 1910
    • Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This information, from an unidentified publication, highlights Walter L. McNair
    • [Page from Sanborn fire insurance survey]

    • 1910
    • Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This page depicts the 100 block of Fayetteville Street in Greensboro (later Asheboro Street, and still later Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive). W.L. McNair's business was first located at 106 Fayetteville Street.
    • [W. L. McNair, retail druggist]

    • 1910
    • Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This page from an unidentified Greensboro, North Carolina publication provides details about Walter McNair.
    • Report for 1910 home and foreign missions

    • 1910
    • West Market Street United Methodist Church Archives
    • This scrapbook documents the activities of the Home & Foreign Missions committee of West Market Street Church, and includes all types of materials, especially photographs, clippings, pamphlets, and programs.
    • [Materials relating to Nina Troy mission work]

    • 1912-1925
    • West Market Street United Methodist Church Archives
    • Nina Troy (1879-1972) served as a missionary to China, leaving Greensboro in 1912 and returning in the 1920s. This material documents some of her experiences while serving in China.
    • Minutes of the Womens Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church

    • 1915-1916
    • First Presbyterian Church Archives
    • These minutes document the creation and operation of the Womens Missionary Society, which included several departments, e.g. Foreign Missions, Home Mission,Congregational, Young Peoples, Christian Education. Included are lists of members and...

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