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1. Baptist Churches, South Side Baptist Church Baptist Churches, South Side Baptist Church n.d. Street level view identified on back of photograph as the South Side Baptist Church. Identified in Olive Hoggins newspaper articles as being African American and located at 5400 Montgall Avenue.

2. Catholic Churches, Saint Monica's Catholic Church and School Catholic Churches, Saint Monica's Catholic Church and School ca1925 Corner, street level view identified on back of photograph as Saint Monica's Church and school, located at 17th and Lydia Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri. Also noted as African American in Olive Hoggins...

3. Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) Woodland Avenue Christian Church Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) Woodland Avenue Christian Church n.d. Full, exterior, street level view of Woodland Avenue Christian Church located at 24th and Woodland Avenue. Appears to be an African American congregation. C. E. Croggett is listed on back as pastor.

4. Minister, Arnett, George E. Minister, Arnett, George E. ca1925 Interior, full body view of pastor George E. Arnett taken in church sanctuary. Listed in 1925 Kansas City city directory as associated with the Central Baptist Church.

5. Minister, China, J. C. Minister, China, J. C. ca1925 Portrait of African American minister J. C. China, 1423 Kensington. According to Mrs. Hoggins column, he was the founder of the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church located at 3400 Hardesty.

6. Minister, Dickerson, George W. Minister, Dickerson, George W. ca1925 Portrait of African American minister George W. Dickerson, pastor of the South Side Baptist Church, 54th and Montgall.

7. Minister, Doyle, Silas C. Minister, Doyle, Silas C. ca1925 Portrait of African American minister Silas C. Doyle, affliated with the Friendship Baptist Church according to the 1925 Kansas City city directory. The church is listed at 1700 Tracy Avenue.

8. Minister, Felder, Prince Minister, Felder, Prince ca1925 Photographic postcard portrait of African American minister identified on back as Rev. Prince A. Felder, Olathe, Kansas. No church affliation given.

9. Minister, Hampton, George Minister, Hampton, George ca1925 Portrait of African American minister George Hampton living at 1018 Troost Avenue and associated with the Macedonia Baptist Church according to the 1925 Kansas City directory.

10. Minister, Hayes, R. B. Minister, Hayes, R. B. ca1925 Seated portrait identified on back as R. B. Hayes. Believed to be African American minister Robin B. Hayes. According to the Hoggins articles, in 1927 he was pastor of the Salem Baptist Church located...

11. Minister, Perkins, Addison L. Minister, Perkins, Addison L. ca1925 Portrait identified as African American minister, the Rev. Addison L. Perkins, pator of the Second Seventh Day Adventist Church located at 23rd and Woodland.

12. Minister, Perro, William H. Minister, Perro, William H. ca1925 Portrait of William H. Pero [Perro], African American pastor of the Church of Christ at 1903 E. 18th Street or Michigan and 18th Streets.

13. Minister, Schaaf, Constantine Minister, Schaaf, Constantine ca1925 Portrait identified as the Rev. Constantine Schaaf, O.F.M., pastor of Saint Monica Church, an African American Catholic Church located at 1506 E. 17th Street. He is believed to have come around 1923.

14. Minister, Unidentified Minister, Unidentified ca1925 Portrait of unidentified African American minister.

15. Minister, Versa, Charles L. Minister, Versa, Charles L. ca1925 Portrait of African American minister identified as Charles L. Versa, 1614 Olive. In 1925 he was pastor of the Greater Progressive Baptist Church located at 1416 Vine.

16. Minister, Wilson, J. W. Minister, Wilson, J. W. ca1925 Portrait of African American minister, Rev. J. W. Wilson, pastor of Saint James Baptist Church located at Mill and High Streets.

17. Minister, Woolrich, LeRoy (Leo) Minister, Woolrich, LeRoy (Leo) ca1925 Portrait identified as LeRoy (Leo) Woolrich, pastor of the Campbell Street Methodist Episcopal Church located at 14th and Campbell.

18. Minister, Wyatt, Delphia Minister, Wyatt, Delphia n.d. Portrait of African American minister, believed to identified as Delphia Wyatt, affliation unknown.