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Name First Christian Church (Bowling Green, KY)
Archives Entries 16
Library Entries 3
Object Entries 0
Photograph Entries 4

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Records - First Christian Church - Bowling Green

Dedication service program, 11 May 1913, for a new building for Bowling Green's First Christian Church and a brief biography of former pastor A. C. Hanes.

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Papers - Duncan, Wand Bolivar, 1884-1970

This collection includes Wand and Duncan family letters (1863-1917), and letters (1940-1960) about local history, which include information about Sue Munday, the Confederate guerrilla. There is also an account book of a general store at Paradise in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky and an account book with photographs of people and places in Ohio County, Kentucky in the late 1850s. Miscellaneous receipts and clippings are also present.

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Papers - Canon, Ernest Hubert, 1887-1978

Miscellaneous correspondence and certificates related to Canon's community, club, and church activities. He served for many years as an officer of the Bowling Green Kiwanis Club.

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Papers - Canon, Ernest Hubert, 1887-1978

Correspondence of Canon relating mainly to his service as secretary and president of the Bowling Green, Kentucky Kiwanis Club and as a member of various committees of Bowling Green's First Christian Church. Includes correspondence from Congressman William H. Natcher commenting on appropriations for Mammoth Cave National Park and on the growing federal budget.

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Papers - Tyler, Sara Elizabeth, 1910-2001

Paper: "Pleasant J. Potter College for Young Ladies" written by Sara Tyler for a journalism class at Western Kentucky State Teachers College; also a reminscence about Bowling Green's First Christian Church as well as Tyler's obituary.

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Papers - Simmons, James M., 1851-1935

Brief history of the Bowling Green Christian Church, 1845-1912, writen by James M. Simmons, church's chairman of the Board of Elders. The narrative focuseson the church's acquistion of property.

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Papers - Rigsby, Clinton, 1882-1970

Personal and business correspondence as well as financial records kept by Clinton Rigsby, a farmer, salesman, and accountant of Bowling Green, Kentucky. Includes information about the strawberry industry in Warren County as well as the Mrs. A.H. Taylor & Company, a dressmanking establishment in Bowling Green.

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Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Kirtley anniversary invitation - Board of Regents of Locust Grove

Invitation which reads: The Children of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Kirtley Sr. request the pleasure of your company at a Reception in honour of their parents Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary on Sunday, August eleventh nineteen hundred and ninety-one at two-thirty First Christian Church 1106 State Street Bowling Green, Kentucky No Gifts Please Library also has a napkin from the event and the newspaper clipping's photocopy. 18.7 x 13.1 cm.

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Classical and Broadway tunes concert invitation -

Invitation which reads: Please join us for an evening of Classical and Broadway tunes performed by Zachary Bush, Tenor Presented by Jerry Baker Thursday, the seventh of August at eight o'clock First Christian Church 1106 State Street Bowling Green, Kentucky Reception immediately following Hosted by Jerry and Connie Bush 16 x 11.7 cm.

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Aimon String Quartet performance invitations -

Two invitations to hear the Aimon String Quartet of Ulm, Germany. The first invitation reads: Please join us for an Evening of Music performed by The Aimon String Quartet of Ulm, Germany presented by Jerry E. Baker Tuesday, September twenty-third seven-thirty in the evening First Christian Church 1106 State Street Bowling Green, Kentucky The second invitation reads: Jerry E. Baker requests the pleasure of your company for dinner and a private performance of The Aimon String Quartet of Ulm, Germany Thursday, September twenty-fifth six-thirty in the evening 4701 Morgantown Road R.s.v.p. 270-846-2397 16.2 x 10.8 cm. (first) 22.5 x 15 cm (second)

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Holy Week and Easter 1936 [program] - Knott Countians for Brown - Ford

Program functioning as a call to worship by the State Street Methodist Church, First Christian Church and Westminister Presbyterian Church, Bowling Green, Ky., containing the program's for Thursday evening's United Communion Service, Good Friday noon day's "The Seven Words From The Cross" program, the Good Friday evening oratorio "The Crucifixion" at First Christian Church, the Easter Sunday evening cantata "Olivet to Calvary" at the State Street Methodist Church, and general announcements including Easter sunrise service and Easter morning services at the three churches from April 9-12, 1936. 15.3 x 8.1 cm. Folded.

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Records - Cain, Frank D., Jr., 1922-1994

Architectural drawings for alterations to chancel of church and a possible addition to the church. Includes elevation drawings, floor plans, and section drawings.

Image of Papers - Anderson, Catherine (Simmons), d. 2008 - Collector

Papers - Anderson, Catherine (Simmons), d. 2008 - Collector

Chiefly letters written to James Preston Cherry while he was sick and in a Louisville hospital (1913), in school at the University of Kentucky (1915-1917), and while in military service during World War I (1917-1918). Also includes family information related to the Cherry, Phelps, Simmons and Anderson families.

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William T. Cox funeral invitation -

Funeral invitation for William T., son of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Cox. Services held at Christian Church, Bowling Green, Ky., January 23, 1894. 20.2 x 12.6 cm. (folded) Library has two copies. [Camilla Gerard included a note with her copy that reads: William T. Cox Unusally bright young lawyer, died at father's home out Main St. Pike, old place knnnown as Cox's Spring, brother of Mrs. Joe Gilbert Chas. Cox and Mrs ____ Harvey.]

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Directory - First Christian Church, Bowling Green, Ky.

Library Has: 1960?, 1966/67, 1978, 1984, 1990, 1993, 1996 Description based on: 1966-1967.

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First Christian Church Group -

Bowling Green First Christian Church

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First Christian Church -

Black and white photograph showing the interior of the First Christian Church on State Street in Bowling Green, KY

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First Christian Church - Franklin, Eugene

First Christian Church located at 1106 State Street

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First Christian Church -

Black and white photographs of the First Christian Church in Bowling Green, KY with a photograph of long time pastor, A. B. Houze, the church members and exterior of the building. The remodeled church is located at State Street.