Letter from James A. Clark to Board of Michigan Baptist State Convention
Clark, James A.
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James A. Clark, Chairman of Committee to report a plan for theological education, Kalamazoo, writes to the Board of Michigan Baptist State Convention in Detroit. Clark mentions that Professor H.L. Wayland is owed $333.33 and that a report [see Baptist Letter 652] details his work and issues related to Kalamazoo College.
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