Women at Fourth Street Baptist Church   Save
Ohio History Connection
Description: Photograph of a group of African American women standing on the front steps of a building. A carved wooden sign mounted in front identifies it as the Fourth Street Baptist Church, along with information about services. This postcard comes from the collection of the Ohio Baptist General Association. The Ohio Baptist General Association, an organization of African American Baptist churches with its headquarters in Columbus, was founded in 1895 as the Ohio Baptist State Convention and reorganized as the Ohio Baptist General Association in 1919. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: P190_B01_02
Subjects: African American women; Group portraits; Church buildings; Religious services;
Places: Ohio History Connection