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"While little sister fearfully waits her turn, big brother (center) wipes the water from his eyes and grandpa (right) intones a hymn. Aside form providing hymns, grandpa also is a useful repository for shoes of the faithful..."


Rev. S. L. Davis, Mabel Thompson, and George Clark during a baptism in the Colorado River near the Montopolis Bridge.


A group of African Americans stand on the riverbank while out in the stream a preacher and his two assistants wearing white robes wait to perform the baptism ceremony, July 1938. The baptisms took place in the Colorado River in Austin, Texas.


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