New Orleans, Louisiana, Central Congregational Church, c1935

The Central Congregational Church was a cornerstone of the African American community in New Orleans. It had an open-door policy that welcomed conventions, recitals, lectures and other events. In 1915 a citywide banquet was held for Booker T. Washington, and the church welcomed the Southern Sociological Congress at a time when no other organization would accommodate the large racially mixed group.

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New Orleans, Louisiana, Central Congregational Church, c1935

Historic Pictoric | Item# 101885__HPNOR

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