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Sis Taber - Highland Park Methodist Church

Description: Sis Taber holding a book and standing in the field near the Highland Park Methodist Church tabernacle around 1916. [The tabernacle first had a roof and screened in sides; later the sides were closed and a floor was added.]
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Nellie Hunter - Highland Park Methodist Church

Description: Nellie Hunter leaning on a car parked near a tabernacle of the Highland Park Methodist Church arou 1916. [The tabernacle was the meeting place of Highland Park Methodist Church in about the year 1916. Services were first held in a log house.]
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

History of the Carter Park Methodist Church

Description: Two page document describing the founding of The Carter Park Methodist Church. The first page relates the church's history, and the second is a list of the ministers that have served in the church from the Summer of 1912 to June 1969.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Carter Park Methodist Church Choir

Description: Photograph of the Carter Park Methodist Church choir. Left to right: Dot Harper Virginia Garfield Bobby Fray Knox Virginia Traber Mrs. Knox Ruth Ann Norcross Jean Simpoan Mr. Norcross Peggy Christian Michael Patison Mr. Collins Louise Johnson Carl Fox Mr. Craig Raymond Tulloh Carrisa Fox Bill Fox Nina Zafran Mrs. Tulloh Mrs. Patison Mary Lenox Mrs. Booker Betty Hedgpath Mrs. Harris Roberts
Date: unknown
Creator: W.D. Smith Photographs
Item Type: Photograph

Carter Park United Methodist Church Program

Description: Four page program of the closing of "Carter Park United Methodist Church." The purpose of the service was to transfer the building from the Carter Park United Methodist congregation to the Campus Drive United Methodist Church.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Glen Lake Camp Welcome Sign

Description: A sign in the grass advertising Glen Lake Camp. It reads "This is your Glen Lake Methodist Camp. Property of Central Texas Commerce."
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph