President (University of Michigan) records: 1967-2014
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Container / Location Title
 
Pastoral career [series]

The Pastoral Career series contains event programs, newsletters, souvenir books, and papers related to church procedures and policies during Dr. Sampson's career at the Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church. Dr. Sampson conducted a yearly conference on the family and black male spirituality at Tabernacle, which drew about 1000 men and youths to the church each year. The programs, brochures, and publicity materials for African American Male Spirituality Week, from 1992 through 2001, are included. In addition, there are programs from Mount Lebanon Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky, where Dr. Sampson served as pastor from 1960-1971.

Box   1  
Mount Lebanon Baptist Church programs 1961-1969 (scattered)
 
Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church
 
History/Background
Box   1  
Church history 1990
 
Anniversary booklet
Box   1  
1981
Box   1  
1995
Box   1  
Souvenir Book and program for dedication of new facilities 2005
 
Events and services
Box   1  
Weekly church service programs 1996, 2000
Box   1  
Miscellaneous church event flyers and brochures 1971-2000
Box   1  
Charles Bolden Jr. project 1986
Box   1  
African American Male Spirituality Week 1992-2001 (10 folders)
Box   1  
Neighborhood block party 1992, 1994
Box   1  
Sermon list 1977-1997
 
Miscellaneous
Box   1  
Newsletters 1975-2000 (scattered)
Box   1  
Miscellaneous documents

(includes policies and procedures, and other miscellanea)

 
Personal papers [series]

Dr. Sampson's Personal Papers contain: handwritten notes, writings, a book by Dr. Sampson, and other writings related to his work in the community. Biographical information includes newspaper clippings, photographs of church activities and individual portraits, funeral programs, and obituaries for Dr. Sampson and his wife. A copy of Dr. Sampson's book," The Romance of Theology in the Black Experience," 1980, is included.

 
Writings, sermons, speaking events
Box   1  
"The Romance of Theology in the Black Experience," by Dr. F. G. Sampson 1980
Box   1  
Miscellaneous papers
Box   1  
Notes
Box   1  
WMUZ radio broadcast text 1997
 
Speaking events, flyers and brochures
Box   1  
1968-1995
Box   1  
1996-2001
 
Biographical
Box   1  
Newspaper clippings
Box   1  
Photographs
Box   2  
"Celebration of the Life Long God Strong Ministry" honoring Dr. Frederick Sampson II 1996

(includes programs, souvenir book, planning documents and other miscellanea)

Box   2  
Frederick G. Sampson Foundation

(includes brochures for sponsored events and one audio CD)

 
Biographical information, funeral program, obituary
Box   2  
Frederick Sampson 2001
Box   2  
Earlene Sampson 1996
Oversize Folder   1  
Resolutions from Michigan Civil Rights Commission 1983 and from the State of Michigan, 1994; also congratulatory document from the United States 104th Congress 1983-1994