2 edition of Robert R. Churches of Memphis found in the catalog.
Robert R. Churches of Memphis
Annette E. Church
|Statement||by Annette E. Church and Roberta Church.|
|Contributions||Church, Roberta, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||F444.M5 C482|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 322 p. :|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||74195966|
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Robert Reed Church, Sr., was a millionaire business leader and philanthropist in Memphis, Tennessee. Born in Holly Springs, Mississippi, on Jhe was the product of an interracial father was a steamboat captain, Charles B.
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In A City Called Heaven, Robert M. Marovich follows gospel music from early hymns and camp meetings through its growth into the sanctified soundtrack of the city's mainline black Protestant churches. Marovich mines print media, ephemera, and hours of interviews with artists, ministers, and historians--as well as relatives and friends of gospel.
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