Billy Graham Center
The Old Fashioned Faith - Collection 43
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A tape mostly of Gospel music, including selections by
Homer Rodeheaver, Gypsy Smith, and the Princeton Theological
Seminary Chorus. The lecture "Acres of Diamonds" by Russell
Conwell is also included. For more information, please see
Vol: 1 Audio Tape
[January 30, 2001]
The Old Fashioned Faith
1 Audio Tape
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Scope and Content
This collection consists of one audio tape which contains mostly Gospel music. Singers include
Homer Rodeheaver and Rodney "Gipsy" Smith, as well as the Princeton Theological Seminary
Chorus. A story told by Dr. Russell Conwell is also included. A listing of the tape's contents may
be found on the Location Record below.
This tape was received from Old Time Music, distributor of nostalgic recordings, in May, 1978. The
catalog number was 32.
Revised, November 20, 1984
Retyped, May 16, 1989
Type of Material: Audio Tape
The following item is located in the AUDIO TAPE FILE:
T1 - Original of an audio tape titled "The Old Fashioned Faith"; 1905-1924, cassette.
Side 1 The Old Fashioned Faith--Homer Rodeheaver, Accompanied by Ackley; Face To Face--Percy Hemus; Our Lord is Risen from the Dead--Trinity Quartet; Beautiful Isle of Somewhere--Harold Jarvis; Jesus, the Light of the World--Gipsy Smith; Come Spirit Come--Chautauqua
Preacher's Quartet; One Sweetly Solemn Thought--Song and Story by Russell H. Conwell; Softly
Now the Light of Day--Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler; My Anchor Holds--Princeton Theological Seminary
Chorus; Take the Name of Jesus with You--Harrison and Anthony
Side 2: Onward Christian Soldiers--Westminster Cathedral Choir (recorded in London); He Lifted
Me--Gipsy Smith; Throw Out the Lifeline--Harry MacDonough;Softly and Tenderly--Frederick C.
Freemantel; Watchman, Tell Us of the Night--Trinity Male Chorus;Mother's Prayers Have Followed
Me--Homer Rodeheaver; Some Day--Harrison and Anthony ; Abide with Me--Mr. and Mrs. William
Wheeler; Christ Arose--Hayden Quartet; Blest be the Tie that Binds--Trinity Choir
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