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Ohio Baptist General Association

The Ohio Baptist General Association, an association of African-American Baptist churches with its headquarters in Columbus, was founded in 1895 as the Ohio Baptist State Convention and reorganized as the Ohio Baptist General Association in 1919.

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Child Seated on Steps Couple on Porch Group Photograph of Ohio Baptist General Association
Child Seated on Steps
Couple on Porch
Group Photograph of Ohio Baptist General Association
Reverend M.J. Holmes Charles T. Isom by Car Charles T. Isom with Man and Woman
Reverend M.J. Holmes
Charles T. Isom by Car
Charles T. Isom with Man and Woman
Charles T. Isom in Front of House 1st Lieutenant and Chaplain Charles T. Isom Women at Fourth Street Baptist Church
Charles T. Isom in Front of House
1st Lieutenant and Chaplain Charles T. Isom
Women at Fourth Street Baptist Church

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