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"Beams of Heaven: Hymns of Charles Albert Tindley". I found this a while ago, and just ran across it the other day. Oh, why does is have to be $50? :(

HISTORY Nothing Between, Stand By Me, We'll Understand it Better - Charles Tindley... His mother died when he was five, making him an orphan. His aunt raised him until he was old enough to be hired out... but his master never allowed him to go to church and threatened him with a whip. As a child, Mr. Tindley never received any formal schooling. After the War Between the States, he became free, and from sheer determination at the age of 17, he taught himself to read and write. See link.

Charles Spurgeon quote. Working on living this daily.

The Old hymns & their history ~ my heroes are the people that allowed the Holy Spirit to inspire them to write words & tunes of adoration to the LORD God Almighty!

Just give me the strength To do everyday what I have to do. Yesterday's gone sweet Jesus And tomorrow may never be mine. Lord help me today, show me the way One day at a time. -One Day At a Time by Charles De Forest www.facebook.com/...

"A Quartette of Dusky Beauties" London,1903. "Rhoda King, Jessie Ellis, Birdie Williams, and Gigas performed in "In Dahomey," the first all black musical comedy, which came to the Shaftesbury Theatre from New York with a cast of over 100. It was a huge success, and its Cakewalk, and Buck and Wing dances became crazes in the UK.

First Black Catholic Bishop Rev. Joseph O. Bowers - Jet Magazine, May 7, 1953 by vieilles_annonces, via Flickr

Rock of Ages - Feathers and Faith

Joyce Bryant aka"The Black Marilyn Monroe" aka “The Bronze Blonde Bombshell" Photo by Carl van Vechten, 1953.