Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention letter and deeds
Scope and Content
The collection contains a letter from the Smathers and Morgan law office to the Home Mission Board discussing the purchase of a school in Clyde, North Carolina, on the "Robinson Property." It also contains the deed of the new property as well as the deed of another property, which the letter states is not properly probated.
- 1905-1908, undated
- Southern Baptist Convention. Home Mission Board (Organization)
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In 1845 the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention was established at the same time as the convention when it met in Augusta, Georgia. Its purpose was to train missionaries and employ them across the United States. Originally located in Marion, Alabama, it relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, in 1882 and then again to Alpharetta, Georgia, in 1995. Two years later the Home Mission Board, the Brotherhood Commission, and the Radio and Television Commission merged to create the North American Mission Board.
This collection was processed in 2019.
- Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention deed
- Kurt List
- June 2019
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- Finding aid is written in English.