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  • Unknown author (10/6/2010)
    Dr. Herring was an alumnus of Wake Forest College (Class of 1913) and Professor of Religion at Wake Forest College, 1946-63.His papers consist of biographical/genealogical materials; correspondence, 1919-81; family ...
  • Unknown author (10/6/2010)
    Family papers of four generations of Phillips and allied families of Stokes County, North Carolina, including Albert Rufus and Ruth Burnley (Cook) Phillips, Southern Baptist Convention missionaries to Argentina; Mrs. J.J.S. ...
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    R. Kelly White was an alumnus of Wake Forest College (Class of 1917), a Baptist minister in North Carolina and Florida, and President of Belmont College, Nashville, Tenn.His papers consist of biographical information, audio ...
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    Richard Kerr Redwine was graduated from Wake Forest College in 1916 and received his Th.M from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1922. He served as a Baptist pastor in North Carolina and as a trustee of Wake Forest ...
  • Unknown author (10/6/2010)
    The Goldfinches were Southern Baptist Convention missionaries to Uruguay, 1939-1944; Paraguay, 1945-60; and Costa Rica, 1961-81. They retired to the Winston Salem, North Carolina area where Rev. Goldfich served several ...
  • Unknown author (10/6/2010)
    Kitchin was president of Wake Forest College, 1930-1950. Collection includes biographical materials, photographs, speeches, and articles.
  • Unknown author (10/6/2010)
    Records and files of John Graham Williard, acting treasurer, 1966-67, treasurer, 1968-76, and vice president for financial affairs, 1976-94, dealing with bequests, the Board of Trustees, Bowman Gray School of Medicine, the ...
  • Unknown author (10/6/2010)
    An Episcopalian turned Baptist, Hooper was a Theological professor at Furman Institute, South Carolina, 1838-40; professor at South Carolina College, 1840-46; President of Wake Forest College, 1846-49; teacher in a classical ...
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    The Woman's Missionary Union of North Carolina grew out of the Woman's Central Committee, organized in 1886 to coordinate the efforts of the Woman's Mission Societies in Southern Baptist churches throughout the state.The ...