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  • 2n49t8013?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1915
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Staff with young scholars. On reverse, three men are identified as : Murray Gray [should be Matt McMurray Grey, BD 1914], Superintendent; Webster Rhoads and Owsley Sanders of Grace Street Church. Inscription on front says "Taken 4/11/15 x John Little from Louisville." Little directed a settlement house in Louisville, KY (also started by Presbyterian seminary students) that served as a model for the Seventeenth Street Mission project. Little is marked with an x on the photograph. Handwritten message from Grey to W.G. Somerville : "Att[endance] 4/4 - 411 b[lacks] - 20 w[hites], 4/11 - 403 b[lacks] 38 w[hites]. Av[erage] for last 4 Sundays 454 b 29 w. Have been trying to find time to write. Very busy, but writing soon. Am looking for you in June. M.M.G."
  • Kw52jg209?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1915
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Postcard photo of the volunteer staff from Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, the General Assembly's Training School, and probably others. Reverse of postcard contains message to W. G. Somerville from M. M. Grey.
  • Gb19fc86m?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1915
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Large group of participants of all ages. On reverse, message to W. G. Somerville from M. M. Grey, mentions "av[erage] of 480 for past 5 Sundays." Also says "Looks as if we'll get building this year."
  • 8910k133p?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1915
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Group of participants, both adults and children. On reverse, message to W. G. Somerville from M. M. Grey, including information : "White 31, black 601, [total] 632."