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Description: Photograph of Mahala Murchison in a dress and apron, posed out-of-doors. A man is standing beside her, but only partially visible. A fence and several trees are in the background. Mahala Murchison, the first African American to live in Austin, nTX. Mahala's father was the brother to Alexander Murchison, he died when she was about 10 years old, and on his deathbed Alexander promised to take care of her, she was brought with his family to Travis Co. Austin TX, and became the first black to settle there.
Description: Photograph of a group of people from the congregation of First Baptist Church. They are arranged in two rows and those in the front are sitting in chairs. Most of the people are wearing choir robes, and a man to the left of the photograph is posing with a string bass. The photograph was taken outside, in front of a building When First Baptist Church was at it's 14th and Red River Streets location in 1930, Rev. Levi Stanmore selected 10 groups to discuss, review the survey given to them, and at a later date give their group reports to him about "considering a New Church". This is group #7, the Senior Choir, Sister Ann Grant, Director.
Date: May 14, 1930
Description: Photograph of seniors of First Baptist Church of Austin, Texas getting on the church bus. Three women are standing in front of a van with the passenger doors open; parts of the church name, address, and phone number are visible on the side of the van.
Description: Photograph of twelve people from the First Baptist Church congregation. They are posed in two rows with those in front sitting in chairs and the back row standing behind them. The photograph appears to have been taken outside, in front of a building. When First Baptist Church was at it's 14th and Red River Streets location in 1930, Rev. Levi Stanmore selected 10 groups to discuss, review the survey given to them, and at a later date give their group reports to him about "considering a New Church". This is group #9, the Deaconesses.
Date: May 14, 1930
Description: Photograph of a woman wearing dressy clothes including a hat and jewelry. She is a member of First Baptist Church and is walking through a room. Other people are partially visible behind her, sitting in chairs, as well as a vending machine against the back wall.
Description: Photograph of Miss Hattie Lee Campbell's wedding at Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Description: Portrait of Rev. Jerome Christopher Lott (served from 1928-1949) was a great evangelist and outstanding leader in the state and national convention.
Description: Photograph of a large group of church members attending the Sunday School picnic at Onion Creek on July 4, 1927. Most of the people are arranged in a large semicircle and others are standing on top of buses directly behind them.
Date: July 4, 1927
Description: Photograph of a wedding party, taken inside a church. The bride and groom are standing in the center of the photograph; two men are standing to the left and the minister is standing on the right with a woman holding a bouquet. Wedding photo inside the church.