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(9) "Annual Report to Baptist Missionary Convention," 3 April 1914, 2, Box 25, Folder 16, Frost Papers, SBHLA.
Ray, 6 December 1919, Box 255, Folder 31, IMB Minutes and Reports, SBHLA.
Since 1997 the SBHLA has been under the governance of the Council of Seminary Presidents, the presidents of the six Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) seminaries.
We were encouraged to submit information on collections to the National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections, which was also what I did at Auburn University Archives and the SBHLA. At the time this was the best way to inform researchers about our holdings.
(8) "Woman's Missionary Union," Minutes, Nashville Baptist Association, 1928, 15, SBHLA.
(11) Lynda Weaver-Williams, "My Call," in Findings of the Consultation on Women, 24, Consultation on Women Collection, SBHLA.
Henry Cornell Goerner Collection, Southern Baptist Historical Library & Archives, Nashville (hereafter referred to as Goerner Collection, SBHLA).
Frost, Nashville, October 9, 1915, Frost Collection, SBHLA. The article contained a study of scriptures from Paul's writings and stated that the Christian church grew out of the Jewish church.
Several recent acquisitions and developments at the SBHLA have enhanced the collection further.
Louis Argus, August 5, 1938, in Una Lawrence Collection, Nannie Burroughs, Box 4, FF 7, 1938, SBHLA.
The sources on Baptists in the Northwest housed at the SBHLA are useful but somewhat limited.
The collection arrived at the SBHLA in 250 boxes and encompassed more than 11,000 associational annuals, 14,000 periodicals, and 1,500 books and pamphlets from across the United States, some dating back to the 1700s.