Description: Photograph of a group of attendees of the Second Mexican Conference in Kerrville, Texas. There are two rows of people sitting in chairs, and then a row of young children sitting in the grass in the front. The group is in front of the outside wall of a large stone building. On the righthandside in the background, there is an arched entrance mostly cut out of the photograph however still mostly visible. Most of the people in the group, who are dressed for church, are wearing light colors. There are two empty chairs in the front row on the left side, and more empty chairs at the very end on the right. There is handwriting on the back of the photograph that reads, "Westminster". There is also an upside-down publisher's stamp that is mostly illegible except for the date, which reads, "SEP 22 1947".
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary