Trees Being Planted To Represent Friendship

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Description

Friendship Trees, c. 1950. Two trees were planted to symbolize the happy relationship between National Council and the school, Voorhees School & Junior College. One tree was named after the president of the school and the other after the Rev. Tollie Caution, representative of the Church.

Source

Records of the DFMS: Executive Council Missionary Program Photographic Records

Date

circa 1950

Rights

┬ęThe Archives of the Episcopal Church, DFMS

Type

Still Image

Collection

Citation

“Trees Being Planted To Represent Friendship,” The Church Awakens: African Americans and the Struggle for Justice, accessed December 14, 2017, https://episcopalarchives.org/church-awakens/items/show/88.