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Birmingham, Alabama. This collection is recognized as the world's most complete on Alabama Baptists.
Arkadelphia, Arkansas, Ouachita Baptist University
McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Vaughan Memorial Library
Manchester, United Kingdom, University of Manchester. Northern Baptist College Archive.
Mercer University Library, Macon, Georgia
Carthage, Illinois. 217-357-3723
Newton Centre, Massachusettes. Andover Newton Theological School. Features a searchable library database. A search on "Baptist" yielded 3365 results, including church histories and other books.
St. Paul, Minnesota, Bethel Seminary.
Bolivar, Missouri. 417-328-1621
Partee Center for Baptist Historical Studies
Rochester, New York. American Baptist Historical Society. Established in 1853. Its resources include more than 80,000 volumes and 225,000 periodicals, pamphlets and manuscripts. Archives located in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. 716-473-1740. Alternate site here
Winston-Salem, Wake Forest University. A search of "baptist" in the online catalog yielded 6585 entries, including some books and a lot of association minutes with historical value. 336-758-5472. Additional Information
Valley Forge Archive Center, American Baptist Historical Society. Established in 1853. Its resources include more than 80,000 volumes and 225,000 periodicals, pamphlets and manuscripts. 716-473-1740. Alternate site here
Official archives for the South Carolina Baptist Convention, and the South Carolina Baptist Historical Collection. Specific contents of their holdings are located at http://www.furman.edu/admin/instplan/pps/100/1761.htm They are located in Greenville County, South Carolina. The main phone number for the U is 864-294-2000
Nashville. Established in 1938 as a part of the Southern Baptist Historical Society. Central depository and archives of the Southern Baptist Convention. The library's resources include over 25,000 books, more than 71,000 annuals (minutes and proceedings) of Baptist associations and conventions, comprehensive files of Baptist newspapers, periodicals, pamphlets, audio and video recordings and photographs. 615-244-0344.
Richmond, Virginia. Virginia Black History Archives. Several Baptist Collections. Includes an online exhibit highlighting one of Virginia's most historic churches, Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church of Richmond. 804-828-1108.
Special thanks to Jan Daamen of the International Internet Genealogical Society (IIGS)
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