6 edition of The Robert R. Church family of Memphis found in the catalog.
The Robert R. Church family of Memphis
Papers held in the John Willard Brister Library, Memphis, Tenn.
|Statement||Pamela Palmer, editor ; with R. D. Bohanan, manuscripts cataloger.|
|Series||MVC bulletin ;, no. 10|
|Contributions||Bohanan, Robert D. 1950-, John Willard Brister Library.|
|LC Classifications||CD3029.5.C48 P34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||79124374|
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Palmer, P., & Bohanan, R. The Robert R. Church family of Memphis: guide to the papers with selected facsimilies of documents and photographs. Memphis: Memphis State University Press.
Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Palmer, Pamela and R. Bohanan. Robert Reed Church died in and was entombed in the family mausoleum at Memphis Elmwood Cemetery. Inmore than a half century after his death, the Memphis Chamber of Commerce honored Robert Reed Church Sr.
by naming him one of. 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. Church, and his mother, Emmeline, was an enslaved seamstress who died when Robert was twelve years old.
His. At Robert R. Church Elementary School, children learn to be trailblazers like its black namesake - whose money spared Memphis from oblivion in The Robert R. Church family The Robert R.
Church family of Memphis: guide to the papers with selected facsimilies of documents and photographs Average Rating. Get this from a library. The Robert R. Church family of Memphis: guide to the papers with selected facsimiles of documents and photographs.
[Pamela Palmer; Robert D Bohanan; John Willard Brister Library.]. Robert Reed Church, Sr. () was one of America's most profound “rags to riches“ stories.
Church not only became the South's first African American millionaire, he did it after having been born a slave. Although born a slave in Holly Springs, MS, Church was able to go to work for his white father after the death of his mother in This project is "The Robert Church Family of Memphis".
The place is Memphis, Tennessee. The dates are January 4 and 5, The interview is with Miss Annette Church and Miss Roberta Church. The interview is by Dr. Charles W. Crawford, Director of the Memphis State University Oral History Office and was transcribed by Miss Phyllis Sims.
Robert R. Church Sr., noted Memphis businessman, philanthropist, community activist, and political leader, was born in Holly Springs, Mississippi, inthe son of Charles B. Church of Memphis, who owned several Mississippi River steamboats.
His mother, Emmeline, lived with a family in Holly Springs and died when Church was only twelve years. Robert R. Church Family Papers: Date: Description: Papers of Memphis African American businessman Robert R. Church and his family. Civil rights-related materials include a N.A.A.C.P.
card and reprinting of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Letter from Birmingham City Jail. Types: Printed materials | Text: Subjects. Buy The Robert R. Church Family of Memphis: Guide to the Papers with Selected Facsimiles of Documents and Photographs by Pamela Palmer online at Alibris.
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LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Pamela Palmer. ROBERT REED CHURCH, JR. () Robert R. Church, Jr., a political leader of color in Memphis and the nation, was born on Octoat the family home, South Lauderdale Street, in was one of the two children of Robert R.
and Anna (Wright) Church. His sister was Annette E. Church. Book Listings; Tweet. Email. Favorite Share. Tools. Print; Add to Custom List. Robert R. Church Park corner of Fourth and Beale. Sara Roberta Church () was a member of a very prominent Black pioneer family of Memphis.
Her grandfather, Robert Reed Church, Sr., was acknowledged as the South’s first African American millionaire. Roberta Church’s privileged world provided travel and educational opportunities enjoyed by few, whether black or white.
Robert R. Church Jr., a prominent Republican, civil rights leader, and businessman, was born in Memphis on Octo He was the son of millionaire Robert R. Church Sr. and his wife Anna Wright Church.
Robert Church Jr. married Sara P. Johnson of Washington, D.C., inand they had one child, Sara Roberta Church. Robert Reed Church Jr.
(Octo – Ap ) was a prominent businessman and political organizer in father was the successful businessman Robert Reed Church, and Church Jr. succeeded his father as president of the Solvent Savings Bank and Trust Company after his father's death. An African American, he organized the first NAACP branch Alma mater: Morgan Park Military Academy.
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