A.C. Holt (1891-1979)
Andrew Clarence Holt, known as Clarence, was educated in Marshall County, Tennessee, and the Tennessee State Normal School. He was the minister of the Jefferson Street Church of Christ in Nashville, Tennessee, and one of the founders and the first president of the Nashville Christian Institute. In 1943, he moved to Detroit and was the minister of the Cameron Avenue Church of Christ for 40 years before retiring and moving back to Tennessee. In the interview he talks about his memories of G. P Bowser as well as his own teaching at the Nashville Christian Institute, his evangelistic work, including preaching in Atlanta, and his work in Detroit. At the conclusion of the interview, he talks briefly about his views regarding Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement.
Boyd, R. Vernon, "A.C. Holt Interview - Transcript" (1972). R. Vernon Boyd Collection Documents. 16.
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