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St. Paul Methodist Church

Description: Copy negative of the St. Paul Methodist Church building in Abilene. The building has large stairways up to the entrances, a large dome in the middle, columns, and ornate windows and design.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

St. Paul, Minneapolis and Environs

Description: Atlas map of the Twin Cities metropolitan area, with insets of the business districts of St. Paul and Minneapolis. The map includes major buildings, roads, streets, bodies of water, cemeteries, schools, and parks. The back of the map lists points of interest, including streets, for both St. Paul and Minneapolis. Scale [ca. 1:316,800] (1/4 of a mile to 1 1/4 inches).
Date: 1907
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[St. Paul Church Memorandum]

Description: Photocopied memorandum letter for the St. Paul Church, announcing that the church had received an inheritance from the late Gypsy Ted Sullivan Wylie, and commenting on her prior relationship with the church. A calendar of weekly events is displayed below the text.
Date: unknown
Creator: St. Paul Church
Partner: McMurry University Library

[Members of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church]

Description: Photograph (copy) of members of the St. Paul's Presbyterian Church in Needville, Texas on the day of the church dedication ceremony - June 29, 1941. (Written on back in type). First row (of men and women) is seated. Second row (of men) is standing. Church building is to right (background) with front doors open. Trees and a house are visible in background. Scanned image is of a copy.
Date: June 29, 1941
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

[Dedication of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church]

Description: Photograph (copy) of the dedication of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church in Needville, Texas on June 29, 1941. On front of photo in white is written: June 29, 1941 Needville, Tex. Schlueter History. Saint Pauls Presbyterian Church. Large group of people standing/sitting in front of the northeast corner of the white wooden church building. All windows visible have wooden arches (pointed). Double front doors to the church are open. (People standing in doorway.) Scanned image is of copy.
Date: June 29, 1941
Partner: Fort Bend Museum

Vicinity of St. Paul and St. Anthony Falls

Description: Map shows mid-nineteenth century St. Paul and St. Anthony Falls, Minnesota roads, railroads, and points of interest. Includes small 3 x 4 cm. illustration of St. Anthony Falls attached to lower left corner of map. Scale not given.
Date: 1868
Creator: Disturnell, John, 1801-1877
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Nineteen People in the Chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church]

Description: Photograph of nineteen men and women standing in the chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Austin, Texas. They are wearing formal clothing, and many of them are middle aged or elderly. They are identified from the back left as Mr. Robert Bauer, Rev. Dr. Ray Fred Martens, unknown man, Mr. Mike Manuppelli, Mrs. Kelly Manuppelli, unknown man, unknown man, unknown woman, Mrs. Mary Bauer, unknown woman, Mrs. Cornelia Schultz, unknown man, unknown woman, unknown woman, Mr. Otto Teinert, Mrs. Elsie Teinert, unknown man, unknown woman, and unknown woman.
Date: unknown
Partner: Concordia University Texas

[Four People in the Chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church]

Description: Photograph of three men standing on either side of a woman in the chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Austin, Texas. The people are identified as Reverend Immanuel Janssen, Robert Bauer, Mary Bauer, and Reverend Doctor Ray Fred Martens. The men are wearing dark pinstripe suits, while Mary Bauer wears a sweater and plaid skirt. Martens holds a folded award with an embossed insignia. The Bauers and Martens wear name tags. A decorated Christmas tree is visible behind the group.
Date: unknown
Partner: Concordia University Texas

[Three People in the Chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church]

Description: Photograph of two men standing on either side of an elderly woman in the chancel of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Austin, Texas. The two mustached men in dark pinstriped suits are identified as Reverend Immanuel Janssen and Revered Doctor Ray Fred Martens. Martens is holding an award embossed with an insignia. The elderly woman in the center is Cornelia Schultz. A decorated Christmas tree is in the corner behind the group.
Date: unknown
Partner: Concordia University Texas