|Title:||1856 Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio.|
|Type of Resource:||still image|
|Genre:||Document; black and white|
|Extent:||3.5 x 7 inches|
|Abstract/Description:||Newspaper article referencing the 1856 Convention. Image misidentifies the Convention as the "8th Ekklesia". The 2nd Convention was held in Cincinnati, Ohio at Burnet House on August 16-17, 1856. The Convention had four chapters in attendance.|
|Held by:||Phi Gamma Delta Digital Repository|
|Is Part Of:||Folder: 1856 Convention.|
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