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E.G. Masters


Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:

Brief Overview and History of the First CHOG in North Denver, CO, 1888-1949

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Colorado
Scope and Contents Has handwritten notes from W. D. Pollock. Also, a cover letter written by John E. Roberts Jr. History of the CHOG in North Denver, CO written by John Roberts Sr, assisted by Elsa Fischer. Contents include the influence of the Gospel Trumpet upon James Pollock, the faith of Wheeler Pollock, a 6 week revival in 1888 by D.S. Warner's evangelistc team, open door mission for men, first trustees, construction of the missionary home, and the transitioning of the church buildings. The church was...
Dates: Event: 1888-1949

CHOG at Athens, OH, March 31, 1949

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People attending camp meetiing in Mounderville, WV.

Dates: March 31, 1949

CHOG in Beatrice, Nebraska, 03.02.1949

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Postcard simply states that the church was started by Brother E. G. Masters in 1904.

Dates: 03.02.1949

Educational Work in the Northwest

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George W. Bailey became pastor of the Spokane CHOG upon his return from India in 1905.

Dates: 1949 - 1950; Event: Describing events from 1881 - 1948

Edwin G. Masters

 File — Box CHOG 69
Dates: Existence: 1881 - 2018; 1944-07-14

Historical Sketch of Holladay Park Church, Portland, OR - 1897

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Brother J. L. Green brought message of CHOG to the city of Portland in 1897.

Dates: 1949 - 1950; Event: Describing events from 1881 - 1948

History (Agra, KS), Dated 3/1/1949

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Kansas
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Details the pioneer preachers in Agra, KS and the buildings used and the first baptism.

Dates: Event: Dated 3/1/1949

History of Scandinavian Work of the CHOG in Minnesota, 1949

Scope and Contents Letter contains facts and information on Scandinavian work in CHOG in Minnesota. It begins with Sven and Martha Susag accepted the CHOG view in 1895. The Gospel Trumpet paper was recieved at an assembly meeting in Chicago. Swedish Evengelical Trumpet books and tracts, and Norwegian-Danish printed in St. Paul Park by a company from Grand Forks, North Dakota in 1902 led by Thomas Nelson. Sven was the first to make a contribution to the Scandianvian work with $75. Scandinavian work in Minnesota...
Dates: 1949

History of the CHOG in Beatrice, NE, 02.14.1949

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Letter is on the history of CHOG in Beatrice, NE, beginning with stating that Sister Alsworth was a reader of the Gospel Trumpet. She prayed to God to send a minister to serve the area. E. G. Masters felt called to the area, so he moved to Beatrice to preach. The first tent meeting was conducted in August 1903. Before a church building was purchased in 1906, services were held in a rented church.

Dates: 02.14.1949

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