Elm Street (Nashville) Methodist Records and History/ Bersheba Springs Photos Added to TN Conference Archives

Several registers of membership for the now closed Elm Street Methodist Church in Nashville were recently returned to the Tennessee Conference and deposited in its archives. They have yet to be processed, but will be available for research soon.

In addition, the archives received digital copies of both the history of the founding of that congregation, written by one of the original members of that church, and some digital copies of photographs of Bersheba Springs Hotel and grounds during the days after it was acquired for the Conference by the United Methodist Men. These last are currently available for on site research only as they may be included in a publication on Bersheba Springs.

Jim

Tn Conf. Archivist

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