St. Thomas AME church members celebrating an event, date unknown.
St. Thomas AME church choir 1940.
St. Thomas AME members taking picture in front of church, 1940.
Members of St. Thomas AME Church in the basement of church celebrating, 1940.
St. Thomas AME senior choir, 1923.
Rev. Frank Martin, 3rd pastor in the history of Providence Missionary Baptist Church.
First Black minister to join the all-white Ministerial Alliance in Live Oak, Florida in 1962. Owned and operated Ellis Fann and Sons that was a residential and commercial contracting business.
Rev. Dr. Sherman has pastured since 1961. His accomplishments include: American Men of Science, Outstanding Young Men of America, Outstanding Personalities of the South, Marquis' Whos' Who Among Community Leaders of America.
Rev. Spaulding was the first Black preacher in Thomasville to preach on WPAX radio broadcast once a week for 7 years during the 1950s.
Members of Providence Missionary Baptist Church taking group picture with Rev. Martin, July 1950.
Ochlocknee Missionary Baptist Church, first built on the corner of U.S. 319 and Trinity Road (Now the Mercy Seat Road) of Grady County, Georgia. The present building located 2.3 miles south of Mercy Seat Rd. on 319 was constructed on land that Lula Reid Hadley sold to the church for $25.
Dr. King, Sr. program booklet hosted by men of St. Thomas AME Church, Rev. WR Wilkes, Jr. pastor at Thomasville Municipal Auditorium.
Photograph of Providence Missionary Baptist Church during the years of 1907 to 1958.
First Missionary Baptist Church plate
Sykes Gospel Record "There's Nothing Like the Holy Spirit."
Sykes Gospel Record "Cant Make That Journey."
Providence Missionary Baptist Church cover of Call quarterly journal.
Sykes Gospel Singers Farewell Program agenda.
Black and White photo of young girl getting baptized, circa 1950