Public health -- Texas -- San Antonio; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Mount Zion First Baptist Church (San Antonio, Tex.);
Folder: Health, Inc., 1979-1980; from the organizational records of Health, Inc., the senior citizen daycare center affiliated with Mount Zion First Baptist Church, co-founded by ZerNona Stewart Black.
Andover Newton Theological School; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio;
Group of photographs from Reverend Black's student days at Andover Newton Theological School in the early 1940s. Reverend S.H. [Samuel Horace] James, Jr., past pastor at Second Baptist Church in San Antonio, Texas, appears in photos numbered: 22_g,...
African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio; San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.;
Scrapbook of newsclippings assembled by Reverend Black, predominantly about San Antonio local politics, city council candidates, political issues involving the East side and West side of the city, Reverend Black's own political campaigns, and...
In this photograph Talor Chandler, Jr. (class of 1956) models a Davy Crockett coonskin hat for co-ed Kay Caskey (class of 1955) while Jim Sanders (class of 1954) expresses his displeasure. The upperclass student in the photograph were debating...
Baptists -- United States -- History.; Public health -- Texas -- San Antonio; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio;
Scrapbook created by Leslie Foster Community Echoes for tribute event for Mrs. ZerNona Stewart Black, founder of Health, Inc., at the Annual Benefit Musical for Health, Inc, April 30, 1993, at the Mount Sinai Baptist Church.
National Baptist Convention of America.; Baptists -- United States -- History.; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio;
Selections from Folder 48: Reverend Black was involved with the National Baptist Convention of America in various capacities, as editor of the National Baptist Union-Review, and as chairman of the Commission on Social Justice. The selections from...
The Timothean Society originally functioned as a theology class for preministerial students and reorganized in 1891 as a pre-ministerial literary society. Pictured with students in photograph is President Benjamin McLeskey.
Communism and Christianity; Communism and religion; Communism
Thesis presented at Andover Newton Theological School in 1943, digitized copy supplied by Diana Yount, Trask Library, Andover Newton Theological School, on March 16, 2012 to Coates Library, Special Collections and Archives, Trinity University.