New York Public Library
The collection depicts various church buildings, mainly in Harlem and other parts of New York City, from the late nineteenth century to the early 1960s -- The collection consists of exterior views of church facades; some interior views of church naves and altars; reproductions of church architectural drawings; and reproductions of early nineteenth century lithographs and engravings of churches. Also included are views of church buildings, events and group portraits from the Abyssinian Baptist Church, New York (ca. late-1800s-1930s), which also depict the Rev. Adam Clayton Powell, Sr. and the 1922 cornerstone laying of the present-day church in Harlem. Other churches represented are Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist, Mt. Olivet Baptist and St. Philip's Episcopal in Harlem; Bethel African Methodist Episcopal in Philadelphia (ca. mid-19th century); and St. Edmund's Episcopal in Chicago. Images of religious events and activities may be found in the "Religion" collection
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
A series of articles on the history of Indianapolis churches of numerous denominations, St. John's Catholic Church, Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Central Christian Church, Central Avenue United Methodist Church, Immanuel United Church of Christ, Lockerbie Square United Methodist, First Baptist Church, Christ Church, First Lutheran Church, St. Francis de Sales, Traders Point Christian Church, Hebrew congregation temple, churches around Monument Circle and downtown Indianapolis
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Collection includes: 24 plans, elevations and details on 6 sheets of West Union Baptist Church in West Union, Oregon, scale 1/4" : 1' to 1:1, recorded 1934