American Baptist Convention.; Baptists -- United States -- History.; Mount Zion First Baptist Church (San Antonio, Tex.);
Folder containing documents relating to Reverend Black's participation within the National Committee of Black Churchmen, created as part of the American Baptist Convention in response to social issues and civil rights concerns.
Trinity University (San Antonio, Tex.).; Cities and towns -- Study and teaching.;
Folder: Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, 1969-1971. This folder contains correspondence, event ephemera, and class reports that pertain to Reverend Black's relationship with Dr. Earl Lewis, professor of Urban Studies at Trinity University,...
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...
This a view of the original Trinity building shortly after it was completed in 1873. This is the southside of the building and the people in front of the building appear to be faculty, trustees, and townspeople.
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.
Samuel Hornbeak first attended Trinity as a student in 1873 when he was eight years old. (Trinity then had a primary department.) He received a B.A. degree in 1885 and joined the TU faculty in 1891 as professor of science. He later served as dean...
Professor Andrew Mihalso at piano with part-time faculty Kathleen Lindemann and Henry Sellers. Mihalso joined the Trinity Department of Music in 1959 and in 1990 was awarded the Z T. Scott Faculty Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching.
Philo-Sophronian student literary society room in the Tehuacana main building. Students were free to decorate the room and conducted their meetings free of faculty oversight. Debates and recitations were frequently held.