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Listen NowTitleFile NumberSubjectsRecording DateAlt TitleGenresInstrumentsCitiesCountiesStateSettingEditor NoteTechnical NoteOnline Resources
At the Cross6616A1, , , , , 7-23-1942,

Individuals listed are those clergy/congregants notated by Lomax.

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Scripture lesson6616A27-23-1942

Rev. Brown is announced as being from Brookhaven, Miss.

When I Can Read My Title Clear (part 1)6616A3, , , , , 7-23-1942

Identified on AFS card as “When I Can Read My Promise Clear.” Individuals listed are those clergy/congregants notated by Lomax.

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Prayer6616A47-23-1942

Rev. Davis is announced as being from McComb, Miss., on 6612A2.

Sermon6616B17-23-1942

Severe speed fluctuation for first minute.

I'll Fly Away6616B2, , , , , 7-23-1942,

Individuals listed are those clergy/congregants notated by Lomax.

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Prayer after the sermon (part 1)6616B37-23-1942

Identified on AFS card as “Commencement of Prayer” (originally 6616B2); title given is drawn from first band on next disc as they’re of a piece. Whiting was identified as being from Greenwood, Miss.

Prayer after the sermon (part 2)6617A17-23-1942

Identified on AFS card as “Commencement of Prayer” (originally 6616B2); title given is drawn from first band on next disc as they’re of a piece. Whiting was identified as being from Greenwood, Miss.

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church.

Take My Hand, Precious Lord, Lead Me On6617A2, , , , , 7-23-1942,

Individuals listed are those clergy/congregants notated by Lomax.

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Severe speed fluctuation.

Announcement of recording6617A37-23-1942

Announcement of recordings being made the following day at Nelson Funeral Home, next door to the church.

Severe speed fluctuation.

Sermon on "Kingdom Unity" (part 1)6617A47-23-1942,

The subject of Rev. Richardson’s talk is “Kingdom Unity.”

Severe speed fluctuation.

Sermon on "Kingdom Unity" (part 2)6617B7-23-1942,

The subject of Rev. Richardson’s talk is “Kingdom Unity.”

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Sermon on "Kingdom Unity" (part 3)6618A27-23-1942,

The subject of Rev. Richardson’s talk is “Kingdom Unity.”

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Prayer6618A27-23-1942

Peaks (?) is announced at the top of the band.

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Just A Little Talk With Jesus6618A3, , , , , 7-23-1942, ,

Individuals listed are those clergy/congregants notated by Lomax.

Sermon on foot-washing (part 2)6618B17-23-1942,

Identified on AFS card as “Fragment Of Talk.” Speaker is identified in announcement after his talk as Dr. Jones.

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Announcements6618B27-23-1942
Go Preach My Gospel, Saith the Lord6618B3, 7-23-1942,

The songleader is announced at the beginning of the band as what sounds like “Rev. Gray.”

Missionary prayer6619A1, 7-23-1942,

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Missionary sermon (part 1)6619A27-23-1942,

Rev. Terrell was from Greenwood, Miss.

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Missionary sermon (part 2)6619B17-23-1942,

Rev. Terrell was from Greenwood, Miss.

Missionary sermon (part 3)6619B27-23-1942,

Rev. Terrell was from Greenwood, Miss.

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Missionary sermon (part 4)6620A7-23-1942,

Rev. Terrell was from Greenwood, Miss.

Missionary sermon (conclusion)6620B17-23-1942,

Rev. Terrell was from Greenwood, Miss.

Closing prayer6620B27-23-1942, http://[Last portion Y!]/
Closing prayer (fragment)6621A17-23-1942,

A fragment of the closing prayer on 6620B2.

Identified as “tests” on AFS card.

Ambience6621A27-23-1942

Identified as “tests” on AFS card.

Announcement/Prayer (fragment)6621A3, 7-23-1942,

Announcements of forthcoming speakers and the report from the secretary and treasurer. “Cooney” might be Cuney.

Identified as “tests” on AFS card.

If I Be Lifted Up6658A7-24-1942, , ,

Recorded at the Mississippi Missionary Baptist Convention at the First African Baptist Church

Where Could I Go But to the Lord6659A, 7-24-1942, , ,

Identified on AFS card as “Where Shall I Go.”

Every Time I Feel the Spirit6659B17-24-1942, , ,
There's No Hiding Place Down Here6659B27-24-1942, , ,
Piano solo6660A17-24-1942,
Wait A Little While6660A2, , , , Y/
Unidentified hymn6660B17-24-1942, , ,
Hallelujah, Amen6660B27-24-1942, , ,
Does Anybody Know My Lord6660B37-24-1942, , ,

 

I Know I've Been Converted6661A1, 7-24-1942, , ,
The Man of Galilee (continued)6661A2, 7-24-1942, , ,

Identified on AFS card by (roughly) first line, “I’m On A Shiny Pathway.”

The Man of Galilee (continued)6661B1, 7-24-1942, , ,

Identified on AFS card by (roughly) first line, “I’m On A Shiny Pathway.”

Jesus Will Be With Me In My Dying Hour6661B27-24-1942, , ,