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Division of Community Service- Writers' Project, Photos Religion (0687-0697), 1937-1940


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"83 year old faith healer of Kentucky mountains McCreary County," Photo 0694, 1934- scanned Black and white photograph showing a bearded man, who is wearing overall and a straw hat, standing behind a fence in front of a mountain cabin.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Members of the Primitive Baptist Church in Moorehead, Kentucky, attending a creek baptizing by submersion, Photo 0696 (back), August 1940- scanned Back of photograph 0696. Typed caption on the top edge reads "Members of the Primitive Baptist Church in Moorehead, Kentucky, attending a creek baptizing by submersion August 1940." There are two stamp marks, one reads "Please Note Kindly Return Unused Photos to the Division of Information Farm Security Administration Washington D. C." and the other reads "Please Credit F. S. A. Farm Security Administration Photo: By Marion Post."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Members of the Primitive Baptist Church in Moorehead, Kentucky, attending a creek baptizing by submersion, Photo 0696, August 1940- scanned Black and white photograph showing a crowd of people gathered on a shoreline of a river. In the river, a two men appear to be baptizing by submersion a parishioner.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Memorial Day, 1941, in a rural churchyard near Franklin, Ky," Photo 0692 (back), May 30, 1941- scanned Back of photograph 0692. Handwritten on the back reads "Memorial Day, 1941, in rural churchyard near Franklin, Ky."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Memorial Day, 1941, in a rural churchyard near Franklin, Ky," Photo 0692, May 30, 1941- scanned Black and white photograph showing a crowd of people in formal wear gathering at the edge of a cemetery in front of a church.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Relatives and friends of the family of the deceased going home from a memorial meeting in the mountains near Jackson, Kentucky," Photo 0688 (back), August 1940- scanned Back of photograph 0688. Typed caption on the top edge reads "Relatives and friends of the family of the deceased going home from a memorial meeting in the mountains near Jackson, Kentucky August 1940." There are two stamp marks, one reads "Please Note Kindly Return Unused Photos to the Division of Information Farm Security Administration Washington D. C." and the other reads "Please Credit F. S. A. Farm Security Administration Photo: By Marion Post."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Relatives and friends of the family of the deceased going home from a memorial meeting in the mountains near Jackson, Kentucky," Photo 0688, August 1940- scanned Black and white photograph showing a crowd of people gathering on a hillside. A handful appear to be on horseback.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

Kentucky," Photo 0697, August 1949- scanned Black and white photograph showing a crowd of people gathering on a hillside. A handful appear to be on horseback.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"rural churchyard and near Franklin, Ky, Memorial Day 1941," Photo 0695 (back), May 30, 1941- scanned Back of photograph 0695. Handwritten on the back reads "rural churchyard near Franklin, Ky, Memorial Day 1941."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"rural churchyard and near Franklin, Ky, Memorial Day 1941," Photo 0695, May 30, 1941- scanned Black and white photograph showing a crowd of people in formal wear gathering at the edge of a cemetery in front of a church.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Sign in front of mountaineer's home announcing the end of the dispute or feud with one of his neighbors." Photo 0687, September 1940- scanned Black and white photograph showing a cabin home in the woods. In front of a the cabin is a sign that reads: "To Whom it May concern Friends on the 23rd night of November 1939 at 11 55 o'clock my blessed Lord made me able not to speak evil of any individual by praying to him for this blessing. Let us all watch our tongues Bud Eversole."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Sign in front of mountaineer's home announcing the end of the dispute or feud with one of his neighbors.", Photo 0687 (back), September 1940- scanned Back of photograph 0687. Typed caption on the top edge reads "Sign in front of mountaineer's home announcing the end of the dispute or feud with one of his neighbors. Up Squabble Creek, near Buckhorn, Kentucky September 1940." There are two stamp marks, one reads "Please Note Kindly Return Unused Photos to the Division of Information Farm Security Administration Washington D. C." and the other reads "Please Credit F. S. A. Farm Security Administration Photo: By Marion Post."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

Kentucky," Photo 0697 (back), August 1949- scanned Back of Photograph 0697. Typed on the back reads "Relatives and friends of the family of the deceased going home from a memorial meeting in the mountains near Jackson, Kentucky. August 1940. Please Credit F.S.A. Farm Security Administration Photo: by Marion Post."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

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