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Wick McKinley Donohew



  • Existence: 1897-08-02 - 1969-01-09


m. Nora Grace Shoot 1941; d. Portland, Oregon

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

How the CHOG Originated in Holland, 1913 - 1949

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Europe
Scope and Contents This includes information about family and the influence of the Strunze family. Personal and spirtual information of Fritz Jeeninga including: salvation, World War I service, and street preaching. He was a part of the beginnings of CHOG in Holland. He talks about how World War II hindered expansion of the church in Holland and the scattering of the people. The Gospel Trumpet was discontinued due to the Germans wanting to censor it. He recalls that the Christian spirit has died out as the...
Dates: Event: 1913 - 1949

Kempin - West Coast Ministers

 Sub-Group — Box 5 (CD), Case: CD-660
Scope and Contents

This disc appears to be photographs of ministers at a conference on the west coast. Most of the photos appear to be staged. There are 13 photographs on this disc.

Dates: 1960-2019

Melvena Jolly letter about the First Church of God in Modesto, California, Letter describes events in the church between 1906 and 1949.

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: California
Scope and Contents

Melvena Jolly letter describes the history of the First Church of God congregation in Modesto, California.

Dates: Event: Letter describes events in the church between 1906 and 1949.

Wick McKinley Donohew

 File — Box CHOG 66
Scope and Contents

Contains a short biography.

Dates: Existence: 1881 - 2018; 1944-07-14