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[Portrait of Reverend Caleb Ives]

Description: Portrait photograph of the Reverend Caleb Ives of St. David's Episcopal Church. An accompanying card states that he was the first foreign missionary of the Church appointed to the Republic of Texas. He was also the founder of the Mother Church of the Diocese, Christ Church Matagorda and held the first service of the Church in Austin, 1840.
Date: 1849

[Portrait of Reverend Milton R. Worsham]

Description: Photograph of Reverend Milton R. Worsham from St. David's Episcopal Church. An accompanying card reads, "Rector of St. David's, 1912-1916. During his service the parish enlarged from 215 to 350, the church building renovated, the cupola of stained glass removed, and an electric cross installed. The marble reredos and credence table were installed as memorials. From the Church archives."
Date: unknown

[Saint David's Church Exterior]

Description: Photograph of the original exterior of St. David's Church, before the streets were lowered. The building is surrounded by small trees and there are two black automobiles parked on the street. The church is located at San Jacinto and 7th Street, in Austin, Texas.
Date: 1923
Creator: Jordan Company

[Saint David's Episcopal Church Easter Egg Hunt]

Description: Photograph of an Easter egg hunt located at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bartholomew, at 904 West Avenue. There are children outside on a lawn, some are lined up standing and some are seated. Two small children are in the foreground playing with a truck, and women in coats and hats are standing in the background behind the children.
Date: 1930~

The Spirit of Missions

Description: This text discusses St. David's Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas, focusing on the history of the church in Texas, as well as the music, artwork, and outreach services of the congregation.
Date: 2000
Creator: Fowler, Beth

St. David's Through The Years

Description: This text discusses the history of St. David's Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas including descriptions of the building throughout the years and the congregation members who were heavily involved with the church. There are also several appendices: Wardens and Vestrymen; Church School Superintendents; Organists and Choir Directors; World War I Veterans; Men from the Parish Serving in World War II--As of November 1, 1942; and Memorials and Gifts. Index starts on page 87.
Date: 1942
Creator: Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Texas

[Sunday School Picnic]

Description: Sepia photograph of a group of people at a picnic taken on the grounds of the James H. Raymond estate. The group is lined up outdoors, and there is a boy standing on a buggy in the background. A card accompanying the photograph identifies the people, from left to right, as: Mr. Oceolo Archer, Mrs. Archer, Mrs. Cochran (Mrs. Lee's mother), Charles Calloway, his mother Mrs. Charles Calloway, Mrs. Rosine Ryan, Miss Clara Maillot (Mrs. Robi Bacon's sister and later Mrs. Julian Smith), Mrs. Fannie Crooker (Church organist), Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lee, Mrs. Will Lambert (Mrs. Bacon's mother), Mr. and Mrs. Bartholomew, and Mr. Richard Lee. The boy on the buggy is identified as Willie Lambert.
Date: 1884