Little Rock Department of State Acceptance

Little Rock Department of State Acceptance
Little Rock Department of State Acceptance
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Creator: Michigan Dept. of State
Subjects: Historic Designation
Description: Letter to pastor and deacon board of Little Rock Baptist Church from the Director of the Department of State History Director, congratulating the church for their inclusion in the list of historic places.
Date: April 12, 1983
Format: Text/jpg
Original Format: Other
Language: English
Rights Management: Michigan Department of State
Contributing Institution: Array
Contributor: Brett Boor
Transcript: April 12, 1983
Dr. Jim Hilley, Pastor, and the Deacon Board
Little Rock Baptist Church
9000 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
Dear Dr. Holley:
It is my pleasure to join with the State Historic Preservation Review Board in informing you that the Central Woodward Christian Church (Little Rock Baptist Church) has recently been entered in the National Register of Historic Places. The Central Woodward Christian Church (Little Rock Baptist Church) was nominated for listing in the National Register because of the Michigan History Division of the Department of State and the State Historic Preservation Review Board believed it to be a site of outstanding historical and architectural significance. It was formally accepted for registration by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, on August 3, 1982.
Our office has appreciated the opportunity to work with you on the designation of this site. We hope that you will contact us if there is anything we can do to assist you in the future.
Sincerely,
Martha M. Bigelow, Director
Michigan HIstory Division
and
State Historic Preservation Officer
cc: The Honorable Coleman A. Young
Detroit Historic District Commission
William Worden, Director-Historic Designation Advisory Board
James Conway
Emmett S. Moten Jr.
Corinne L. Gilb