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Description: Copy negative of two images of the Presbyterian Encampment Park. The top image is of a one story house surrounded by a big yard with trees, There is also what seems to be a wooden water tower to the left of the house and a truck parked out front. The bottom image shows a house with windows covering most of the wall, also there are two cars parked on the side of the house.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[The Cumberland Presbyterian Church]

Description: Shown here is a picture of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. On the back of picture is written "901 N.Oak [.] Sold to Church of Christ [.] Demolished and rebuilt." The streetcar tracks, which ran from 1907 to 1913 are visible on N. Oak in front of the church. The denomination takes its name from Cumberland Street, Philadelphia. A sub-sect of Presbyterianism--based on an Arminian interpretation of Calvinism--was begun at the church there. A Cumberland Presbyterian church is advertised as being in Newberry at the present [2014] time. The picture was taken before North Oak Avenue was paved in 1914. The Church of Christ still [2008] occupies this location on N. Oak Avenue.
Date: 1907/1913?
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[Photograph of Annex to Gethsemane Presbyterian Church]

Description: Photograph of the annex to Gethsemane Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth, Texas. The building is a single story with cream-colored shingle siding and a red shingle roof. To the right of the building is a courtyard surrounded by a low, stone wall with wrought iron accents. Trees and bushes surround the building. An automobile is parked on the street in front of the center.
Date: unknown
Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

[Photograph of Building at Mo-Ranch]

Description: Photograph of a building at Mo-Ranch Presbyterian Conference Center. The building is made of stone and has a large, covered porch. A low, stone wall is on its left. Trees and bushes are scattered on the lawn in front of the building.
Date: unknown
Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

[The First Presbyterian Church]

Description: Shown here is the south side of the third First Presbyterian Church building, at 300 NW 4th Ave., and the second one at this site. Due to structural damage to the foundation, the building was torn down during the 1980's and replaced with the fourth First Presbyterian Church building - the third at this location. The building reflects an eclectic architecture, principally in Neo-classic style.
Date: 1980
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library
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