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101. 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.

102. 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.

103. Minister, Perryman, Willis L. Minister, Perryman, Willis L. ca1925 Portrait identified as the Rev. Willis L. Perryman, pastor in 1928 of the Kenwood Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, South located at 59th and Kenwood.

104. Minister, Rainwater, Harrison J. Minister, Rainwater, Harrison J. ca1925 Portrait identified as Harrison J. Rainwater, pastor of Marlborough Baptist Church located at 1721 E. 82nd or 82nd and Woodland.

105. Minister, Robbins, Grant A. Minister, Robbins, Grant A. ca1925 Portrait of Rev. Grant A. Robbins, pastor in 1926 of the Broadway Methodist Episcopal Church at 74th and Broadway.

106. Minister, Rosch, Peter B. Minister, Rosch, Peter B. ca1925 Portrait of Father Peter P. Rosch associated with Guardian Angel Catholic Church at 4248 Mercier.

107. 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.

108. Minister, Smith, Joseph  Minister, Smith, Joseph Portrait of Joseph Smith, the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Photograph taken from a painting.

109. Minister, Smith, Joseph III Minister, Smith, Joseph III Undated portrait of Joseph Smith III, son of Joseph Smith, the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, and President of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1860-1914.

110. Minister, Sorg, Christopher L. Minister, Sorg, Christopher L. ca1925 Portrait identified as Rev. C. L. Sorg, 2512 Mersington Avenue. He is listed in the 1927 Kansas City city directory but church affliation is unknown.

111. Minister, Spurgeon, Otis L. Minister, Spurgeon, Otis L. ca1925 Portrait identified as Otis L. Spurgeon, pastor of the Trinity Baptist Church which was organized February 6, 1927. Located at 2208 55th Street. Formed with members from the Garland Avenue Baptist Church....

112. Minister, Stamm, John S. Minister, Stamm, John S. ca1925 Portrait identified as Bishop John S. Stamm, 3121 Olive Street, clergy in the Evangelical United Brethren Church.

113. Minister, Stidger, William L. Minister, Stidger, William L. ca1925 Portrait identified as Dr. William L. Stidger, pastor of the Linwood Boulevard Methodist Episcopal Church. Known to have had association with author Sinclair Lewis.

114. Minister, Sutton, George S. Minister, Sutton, George S. ca1925 Portrait of George S. Sutton, pastor of the Marlborough Heights Presbyterian Community Church located at 74th and Paseo, coming in May, 1926.

115. Minister, Tetley, William A. Minister, Tetley, William A. ca1925 Portrait identified as William A. Tetley, pastor of the Westport Methodist Episcopal Church, South located at 40th and Washington, coming in 1923.

116. Minister, Tyner, Charles R. Minister, Tyner, Charles R. 1924 Portrait identified as Rev. Charles R. Tyner, Saint George's Episcopal Church, coming in 1923.

117. Minister, Unidentified Minister, Unidentified ca1900 Group portrait of two men and six women identified on the back only as Mrs. Ferguson.

118. Minister, Unidentified Minister, Unidentified ca1925 Portrait of minister which is not identified.

119. Minister, Unidentified Minister, Unidentified 1908 Seated portrait of a minister, identification unknown.

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