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Camp Meeting in Montana and Northern Wyoming, 1949


Scope and Contents

The letter begins with the author, A. J. Stuart writing he was called to Eureka, Montana to conduct a revival meeting in December 1927. The letter also mentions several things about camp meetings; such as a camp meeting planned for July, a need for a camp meeting in Wyoming and Southern Montana. Continuing on, the letter talks about the Young People's Convention, planned to be held in Walla-Walla but was moved to the plains because of the weather. Stuart tells a personal story of how he fell into a hot mud spring at Yellow Stone Park while with his brothers-in-Christ who were visiting from Anderson (IN). The rest of the letter describes Bible School. Bible school was created from the economic conditions of the early 30s for young people that were not able to find work or attend Anderson College. Bible school would take these students and hold classes in the local congregations.


  • Creation: 1949



3 Sheets

Language of Materials

From the Series: English

Repository Details

Part of the Anderson University and Church of God Archives Repository

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Anderson IN 46012 United States