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141. Catholic Churches Catholic Churches File contains information about the area Catholic Churches.

142. Churches--Christian--Independence Boulevard Churches--Christian--Independence Boulevard

143. SC13-1 Missouri Valley Special Collections Postcard Collection Finding Aid SC13-1 Missouri Valley Special Collections Postcard Collection Finding Aid This postcard collection includes a wide variety of subjects such as buildings, parks, streets, people, and festivals. Although the cards cover a wide geographical area, the two major portions of the collection...

144. Antioch Community Church Antioch Community Church Nomination form for the Antioch Community Church in Clay County, Missouri, for the National Register of Historic Places.

145. Local Churches Local Churches History of churches independent of and with Kansas City.Individual churches and notable individual preachers profiled.

146. Saint Mary's Episcopal Church Saint Mary's Episcopal Church Nomination form for the National Register of Historic Places for the Saint Mary's Episcopal Church.

147. Armour Boulevard Multiple Resource Area Armour Boulevard Multiple Resource Area Nomination form for the National Register item 69 from July 1983 for the Trinity United Methodist Church.

148. Trinity Episcopal Church Trinity Episcopal Church Full frontal and side view of Trinity Episcopal Church, located at 10th and Tracy.

149. Church of Jesus Christ Our Redeemer Church of Jesus Christ Our Redeemer File has a photocopy of a belief statement that features on the front of a 1937 church program a photograph of the Reverend Mrs. Nettie Barker, pastor at the Church of Jesus Christ Our Redeemer at 3301...

150. St. Stephen Baptist Church St. Stephen Baptist Church Folder contains information on St. Stephen Baptist Church located at the corner of Troost and the Paseo.

151. Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral Partial frontal view of Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, located on the southwest corner of 13th and Broadway.

152. Country Club Congregational Church Country Club Congregational Church

153. Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral Drawing of Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, located on the southwest corner of 13th and Broadway.

154. Billy Sunday Tabernacle Billy Sunday Tabernacle Postcard of the Interior of the Billy Sunday Tabernacle

155. Black Churches Black Churches Like schools, churches were "an expression of communal identiy, serving as a venue for the exchange of ideas and grievances and the creation of social networks to attack the most pressing concerns". The...

156. First Spiritualist Church First Spiritualist Church Full frontal view of the First Spiritualist Church with unidentified man and woman standing before entrance.

157. Christian Churches Christian Churches Photos of Christian Churches.

158. National College National College Early names according to the card catalog card: (1) Kansas City National Training School for Deaconesses and Missionaries, (2) National College for Christian Workers, and (3) National College.

159. First Congregational Church First Congregational Church

160. St. Augustine Episcopal Church St. Augustine Episcopal Church File containing articles with photos including the St. Augustine Episcopal Church at 2732 Benton Boulevard and its rector, Father Birney Smith, Jr. The church was organized in 1882 at 1025 Troost Avenue...