African American Lutherans
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
- Volume 2:2 (July 1958)
- Volume 3:1
From 1912 - 1947 this congregation was called "The Ida B. Wells Mission" which began within the housing projects which bore the name of Ida B. Wells.
The collection focuses mainly on Rev. Fey's work in African-American missions. It includes books, manuscripts, papers, and photos. The books include "Piney Woods and Its Story" and "The Spirit of Piney Woods", both by Laurence C. Jones; "History of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People" by Robert L. Jack; and "Social Conditions of the Negro in the Hill District of Pittsburgh" compiled by Ira De A. Reid.
The text is a brief summary of the history of Concordia College Alabama and Rosa J. Young.
History of the Black Lutherans of Cleveland - Paper read for the Cleveland Branch of Concordia Historical Institute in Saint Philip's Lutheran Church of Cleveland, Ohio. (5 pages)