[ITC First 20 Years: A History and Student Sermon by Cheeseboro]
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Dr. Harry V. Richardson celebrates 20 years of the Interdenominational Theological Seminary through a presentation of its history. He explains how the school was initially funded by the Rockefeller Foundation Sealantic and General Education funds. Dr. Richardson also describes the meetings with Rockefeller foundation representatives including Danna Creel and Dean Rusk. He also discusses meetings with Benjamin E. Mays and Frederick D. Patterson and the importance of original ITC board members and faculty such as Martin Luther King Sr. and Charles B Copher. Also, ITC student Cheeseboro delivers three sermons.
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Richardson, Harry V., "[ITC First 20 Years: A History and Student Sermon by Cheeseboro]" (1963). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 118.
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