This collection, which dates from circa 1985, consists of clippings and booklets relating to the First Baptist Church, Norfolk, Virginia.
The collection, which dates from 1924 to 1978 and measures 0.41 linear feet, documents the history of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, which was founded in Washington, D.C. in 1876. The collection is comprised of correspondence and church literature.
Concerns the source of the Pater Noster in the Nootka language. He intimates that Fr Brabant was its translator.
Pages 4-140 missing in this copy.
Annotated by S. Margry.
"Kiowas, Tonkaways, etc., 1720s" Extract from La Harpe, "Journal historique de l'établissement des Francais á la Louisiane," pp. 198-200.
With translation (Publishable).
First card reads: "Vocabulaire Cayuse. Tir'e d'un memorandum du Tres Rev. I. B. Brouillet, V[icar] G[eneral], et de notes prises en route, par L. N. St Onge, Missionaire des Yakamas. Partie Francais--Cayuse, Contenant 759 mots."
The collection consists of a single memorial program documenting the April 9, 1990 funeral of Sarah Vaughan at the Mount Zion Baptist Church, Newark, New Jersey.