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  • Subject (Images): Religion
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    • Calvary Episcopal Church

    • 1942; 1943; 1944; 1945; 1946; 1947; 1948; 1949; 1950; 1951; 1952
    • Edgecombe County Memorial Library
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    • Church Group Gathered Under a Portico

    • 1985
    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Group of Trinity Church members gathered under a large portico in front of a beige brick building in front of a driveway. The building has double glass doors on the left and four windows can be seen on the right beyond the portico. The group of...
    • Pastor Standing by Altar

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • A pastor in his Easter robe is standing in front of a church altar decorated for Easter. His hands are claps together. The altar is draped with a white fabric. Lilies can be seen on both end of the altar. On top of the altar are two candles and a...
    • Clergy Members Blessing the Land

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Black and white photograph of clergy members of Trinity Episcopal blessing and praying over the land during the groundbreaking ceremony of the Church's official home. Bishop Henry is believed to be on the right. String can be seen laid out over the...
    • Church Altar from Afar

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Church altar from a far, possibly within the Kings Mountain Woman's Club. Ready for Sunday service. Rows of chair on the left and right can be seen, as well as small books stacked on each seat (presumably hymnals and Book of Common Prayer). To the...
    • Clergy Members Standing in Line During Groundbreaking Ceremony

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Black and white photograph of clergy members of Trinity Episcopal standing in a line preparing to take turn speaking during the groundbreaking ceremony of the Church's official home. In the images is believed to be Bishop George Henry and Reverend...
    • Church Service

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Congregation of Trinity Episcopal Church standing during Sunday service. The Priest and a helper stands facing the altar, possible leading a pray.
    • Church Altar at Easter

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Church altar is draped with a white fabric. Lilies can be seen on both end of the altar. On top of the altar are two candles and a cross. In front of the cross is a holy communion set and to the right is a closed bible.
    • Sunday Service

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Black and white photo of what appears to be part of the Trinity Episcopal Church congregation sitting in a living room of a house. There are two rows of chairs on the left and a row a chair on the right. Behind the chairs on the right appears to be...
    • Church Members Standing Around a Sign

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Ten members of Trinity Episcopal Church standing around a white sign that marks the "Future Home" of their Church. The land was purchased from P.M. Neisler. In the photo is believed to be Eloise Smith, Ed Smith and Reverend Collins, among other...
    • Early Trinity Church Service

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Black and white photograph of church service being held in presumably the Kings Mountain Woman Club. The Congregation belong to Trinity Episcopal Church. Two clergy members can be see standing at the front of the room will members are sitting in...
    • After the Service

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Black and white photo shows the Kings Mountain Baptist Church. A group of parishioners are leaving through the doors and streaming down the stairs. Kings Mountain Baptist church is located at 100 West Mountain street.
    • Men Posting Sign

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    • Kings Mountain Historical Museum
    • Black and white photo of four men standing in an open field. The man on the far left is bent down digging a post hole, there is a sign by his feet. The two men on the right are believed to be Ed Smith and Reverend Claude Collins.

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