Interdenominational Theological Center Photographs collection
Rust Methodist Church. Written on recto: (top image) New Beauty; Reverend S. S. Tatem, a 1956 graduate, tells President H. V. Richardson about the improvements in the chancel and altar of Rust Methodist Church at Oxford, Ga. All of the work was done by the young people of the church under Rev. Tatem's leadership. (lower image): Rust Methodist Church, Oxford, GA. Reverend S. S. Tatem, a Gammon student, shows two visitors through the renovated church.
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"Rust Methodist Church" (2016). Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection, Photographs. Image 385.
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African Americans--Religion, Interdenominational Theological Center (Atlanta, Ga.), Church buildings