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Topic: presbyterian

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High Street, with the First Presbyterian church Philadelphia. Taken down in 1820 / designed & published by W. Birch enamel painter, 1800.

Print shows a street view with the High Street marketplace on the left and the First Presbyterian Church on the right, with pedestrians on the sidewalk and service carts on the cobblestone street.

A discourse on dancing, delivered in the Central Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati.

This book is typical of mid-nineteenth century antidance works. While many writers noted that the Bible contains numerous references to dance, Rice (1807-1877) points out that, in a biblical context, dance was ... more

Social dancing inconsistent with a Christian profession and baptismal vows: a sermon, preached in the Presbyterian Church, Columbia, S.C., June 17, 1849,

Taken from a sermon delivered 17 June 1849, Palmerʾs book is typical of midnineteenth-century antidance literature. He declares that the seventeen references to dance in the Bible are all performed by one sex, ... more

First Presbyterian Church, Buffalo, N.Y.

Horse carriage & trolley in foregrd.

[Presbyterian Conference, Chicago, 1871]

Photograph of a picture on a pedestal, showing a composite scene with men and women attending a meeting in a large facility. Views of people on balconies appear to be drawn or painted into the image.

Negro churches - Presbyterian Church, Wash., D.C

Photograph shows former building of 15th Street Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C.

Wilbur Wright funeral - crowds outside 1st Presbyterian church, Dayton

Bird's-eye view showing crowd on an dalong street, with church in backgrd.

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