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Program for the 162nd session meeting, held at Salem Baptist Church in Champaign.

Special church service to celebrate the paying off of the mortgage on Salem Baptist Church Property. Rev. A.T. Rowan was the pastor at this time.

Special program for 53rd Annual Men's Day Church Service

File on W. Howe Donaldson in the Doris K. Wylie Hoskins Archive for Cultural Diversity

Commemorative program produced by Salem Baptist Church to celebrate the dedication of a new sanctuary built to the east of its 1909 Sanctuary. NOTE: Commemorative History separated from this file and available as separate file.

Newspaper clippings, photographs and church programs documenting Salem Baptist Church throughout its history. Each pdf file contains a different segment of Ms. Hoskins' files on Salem Baptist Church.

Files on black-owned businesses collected by Doris K. Wyile Hoskins, and available as part of her archive at the Early American Museum, Mahomet.

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Tinsley's Cleaners, located first at the corner of Main and First, before moving to the 200-block of North First Street, was run by Roscoe Tinsley, here pictured before his shop.

Photo of Lawrence Jackson, L.C. Jackson and Larry Algee in front of the old Jacksons' Lounge, which was replaced by the new Jackson's Ribs-and-Tips Restaurant and Lounge, financed with the aid of the North First Street Redevelopment Project.

Photograph accompanying an article on the opening of Rose & Taylor's Barbershop on the site of the former Tommy's Barbershop, on North First Street. Left to right Joe Taylor. Lum Rose and new barber Danny Simms pose behind customer Hakim Muhammad.