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Papers of John Wilbur Chapman - Collection 77

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Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

Biography of John Wilbur Chapman

An Essay on the Contents of the Collection (Scope and Content)

Other Information Which Will Be Helpful to the User of This Guide

Lists of Artifacts, Microfilm, and Photographs in This Collection (Location Records)
    Artifacts
    Microfilm
    Photographs
List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Container List)



Brief Description.
Microfilm from the Presbyterian Historical Society of correspondence, sermons, sermon notes, photographs, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and memorabilia documenting the life and ministry of J. Wilbur Chapman. Materials detail Chapman's life from his early education through his pastoral Ministry and full-time evangelistic work. Documents also relate to his interests in Bible conference centers in Winona Lake, IN; Montreat, NC; and Stony Brook, NY.


Collection 77 [February 25, 2008]
Chapman, John Wilbur; 1859-1918
Papers; 1880-1918
8 Reels of Microfilm, Artifacts, Photographs

Restrictions

The microfilm in this collection may not be reproduced without written permission of the:

Presbyterian Historical Society
425 Lombard Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Biography

John Wilbur Chapman was born in Richmond, Indiana, on June 17, 1859. His parents Alexander H. and Lorinda Chapman prepared him for a life of Christian ministry. The young man felt he could never pinpoint a date for his conversion, but did make public his acknowledgement of Christ at age seventeen.

In 1876 Chapman joined the Richmond Presbyterian Church and later that year left to attend Oberlin College. After one year at Oberlin, Chapman transferred to Lake Forest University where he received his B.A. in 1879. His seminary years, 1879-1882, were spent at Lane Theological Seminary in Cincinnati, during which time he was ordained on April 13, 1881.

The young minister married Irene Steddon, in May 1882, prior to assuming his first pastorate. Chapman's first child, Bertha Irene, was born on April 1, 1886, which was followed a month later by his wife's death. The minister then married Agnes Pruyn Strain on November 4, 1888. She bore Chapman four children: Robert (who died in infancy), John Wilbur, Jr., Alexander Hamilton, and Agnes Pruyn. Chapman's second wife died June 25, 1907. He married his third and last wife Mabel Cornelia Moulton on August 30, 1910.

Chapman led several churches prior to his full time evangelistic efforts. The following churches came under Chapman's care from 1882 until 1902: College Corner Presbyterian Church (Ohio) and Liberty Presbyterian Church (Indiana), 1882; Dutch Reformed Church (Schuylerville, NY), 1883-1885; First Reformed Church (Albany, NY), 1885-1890; Bethany Presbyterian (Philadelphia, PA), 1890-1892, 1896-1899; Fourth Presbyterian Church (New York City, NY), 1899-1902.

Chapman began his evangelistic work full time in 1893, preaching with D. L. Moody at the World's Fair and conducting many meetings on his own. He hired William Ashley "Billy" Sunday as an advance man, thus giving him his start in evangelism. At this same time, the evangelist Sol C. Dickey set up a Bible Conference Center in Winona Lake, Indiana. This center held lifelong interest to Chapman along with the others he helped develop in Montreat, North Carolina, and Stony Brook, Long Island, New York.

After returning to the active pastorate for a short time, at the end of 1895, Chapman was appointed Corresponding Secretary of the Presbyterian General Assembly's Committee on Evangelism. He directed the activities of fifty-one evangelists in 470 cities and also found time to write one of his numerous books, Present Day Evangelism. In 1905, John H. Converse, a wealthy Presbyterian layman, offered to underwrite Chapman's expenses if he would return to full time evangelistic work. Converse also set up a trust fund to provide monies even after his own death.

From 1904-1909 Chapman began to develop and promote a new method of urban evangelism. His idea was to hold several meetings throughout a city simultaneously, thereby reaching more people and stirring more hearts to enter into Christian service. The first city to try Chapman's theory was Pittsburgh in 1904. The city was divided into nine districts with nine meeting places as the revival was conducted. Chapman took the central position and his assistants the rest. Another campaign was planned and executed in Syracuse, New York, in 1906; however, there were still unfinished details to be worked out for the method to be widely accepted.

Charles McCallon Alexander, world famous song leader, who had been traveling with R. A. Torrey, joined with Chapman in 1907. The two men became a team and formed the "Chapman-Alexander Simultaneous Campaign." Enjoying the benefits of both their influences, the men were able to build a large group of evangelists and song leaders to assist them in the large city-wide campaigns.

The first joint campaign was held in Philadelphia from March 12 to April 19, 1908. The city was divided into forty-two districts with twenty-one teams of evangelist-musicians. Three weeks were spent in each half of the city with estimates of eight thousand conversions. The following revival held in Boston from January 26 to February 17, 1909, is considered to be Chapman's most successful. The city was divided into twenty-seven districts and recorded seven thousand conversions.

The first Chapman-Alexander worldwide campaign left Vancouver, British Columbia, on March 26, 1909, and returned November 26. Stops along the way included: Melbourne, Sydney, Ipswitch, Brisbane, Adelaide, Ballarat, Bendigo, and Townsville in Australia; Manila in the Philippines; Hong Kong, Kowloon, Canton, Shanghai, Hankow, Peking and Tientsin in China; Seoul, Korea; Kobe, Kyoto, Tokyo, and Yokohama in Japan.

Chapman continued his non-stop evangelistic efforts in both the United States and Europe in 1910, including a very successful Chicago meeting from October 16 to November 27. However, Chapman's technique of mass evangelism lost much of its popularity. A series of unsuccessful campaigns were conducted in Bangor and Portland, Maine, and Dayton and Columbus, Ohio. Chapman was not credited with the failures, and so from 1912 on all the revivals were mass meetings led by Chapman.

Many services were conducted by the evangelist in the next couple of year in Australia, Scotland, Ireland, India, New Zealand, and the United States, averaging three to five sermons a day in many places. His career as evangelist ended with the Chapman-Alexander campaign January 6 to February 13, 1918.

The Presbyterian General Assembly elected him Moderator in May 1918. The strenuous routine required for the position combined with all the energy expended during his campaigns created a collapse of Chapman's health. He was forced to undergo emergency surgery for gallstones on December 23 and died on December 25, 1918.


[NOTE: In the Scope & Content section, the notation "folder 2-5" means box 2, folder 5.]

Scope and Content

Due to the arrangement and filming of the Chapman papers by the Presbyterian Historical Society, this guide will attempt to describe each series of records as they appear in the collection. Various types of records are found in the collection, such as: correspondence, sermons, sermon notes, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, and photographs.

Reel 1 begins with folder 1-1 containing a copy of Chapman's license to preach dated April 13, 1881, and a letter of recommendation from Mr. Theophilus Wilson dated March 20, 1880. Folder 1-2 is a genealogical review of Chapman's material and paternal ancestry. Other miscellaneous materials found in the folder include maps of Richmond, Indiana, where Chapman grew up and a letter dated February 12, 1919 from Timothy Nicholson, a Richmond resident, who wrote about Chapman's early years. Folder 1-3 contains correspondence, resolutions and minutes from various churches Chapman served as pastor. Some of the records included are from College Corner, Ohio, March 11, 1882; Liberty, Indiana, March 12, 1882; North Reformed Church of West Troy, April 1, 1885; Dutch Reformed Church at Schuylerville, New York, April 17, 1883; and First Reformed Church of Albany, New York, November 18, 1889.

Folder 1-4 contains correspondence between Chapman and John W. Converse regarding the Trust Fund Converse set up to underwrite Chapman's expenses. Materials in the folder include the actual deed of trust dated February 1, 1905; terms of the trust; letter stating Charles Alexander had been hired as Music Director; official memo stating name of the campaigns as "The Chapman-Alexander Simultaneous Evangelistic Meetings;" memo as to hiring of various assistants; approvals of Chapman itinerary.

Folder 1-5 is the first of several folders containing scrapbooks of various Chapman campaigns. Each scrapbook contains newspaper accounts of the meetings including advance preparations, sermons preached, biographical sketches of associates, attendance during services, and reactions in the community. Not all the clippings give the paper they are from and the date, but material in the articles could be quite useful. For details on actual locations covered by scrapbooks, please consult the Container List. Folder numbers with scrapbooks are as follows: 1-6, 1-7, 1-8, 2-1, 2-2, 2-3, 2-4, 2-5, 2-6, 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, 3-4, 3-5, 3-6, 7-1, 7-2.

Folder 3-7 is the first of several folders containing a collection of J. Wilbur Chapman sermons. Volume 4 appears in this folder and contains 14 sermons. Each consists of a table of contents, title of sermon, name of city, and date followed by the sermon text. The Container List contains the sermon titles and date used when available. Volumes 1, 2, and 3 of the Chapman sermons follow the collection of unidentified loose photographs on reel 7. The beginning of reel 8 contains a duplicate of the last five sermons in volume 3 found at the end of reel 7.

Folder 4-1 contains the remembrance book from the 129th Presbyterian General Assembly (1917) and includes congratulatory messages for Chapman on his election as moderator; newspaper clippings covering the event held in Dallas, Texas May 17-25; and programs. Remembrance books were often presented to visiting evangelists by the local pastors as a memento expressing the group's appreciation for the evangelist and his services. Telegrams were received from numerous people. Among the correspondents were: F. E. DuBois, Marcus A. Brownson, Helen Cadbury Alexander, John Wannamaker, Edgar W. Work, James D. Husted, Bob Jones, Henry W. Stough, James Sprunt, Evangeline Booth, Billy Sunday, John Willis Baer, William Asher, Frank Granstaff, William H. Phelps, Josephus Daniels, and President Woodrow Wilson.

Folder 4-2 is a scrapbook of newspaper clippings about the illness and death of Chapman's wife on June 25, 1907, and telegrams the family received during her illness and at her death. Correspondents included: Marcus A. Brownson, Henry Ostrom, Billy Sunday, Daniel S. Toy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Stough, W. E. Biederwolf, Walter M. Smith, Harry Monroe, John H. Converse, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Buswell, and John H. Elliott.

Folder 4-3 contains a scrapbook of newspaper clippings about the Bible Conference Center established at Winona Lake, Indiana. Chapman was named Director of the Conference with Thomas Kane serving as President. The material describes how the Conference Center was formed and developed.

Folder 4-4 contains the special edition issues of The Australian Christian World, which chronicle the events of the Chapman-Alexander meetings in Sydney, Australia. The newspapers are in addition to a Book of Remembrances presented to Chapman and Alexander in appreciation of the work they did in Sydney. Chapman's addresses, sketches of personnel, articles regarding the goals, purposes, and results are all included in the Remembrance Book, second edition published in 1909.

Folders 5-1 through 5-97 contain individual Chapman sermons. Each sermon includes title, date of use, and place of use. The container list enumerates each sermon title and date when available. Folders 5-98 through 5-112 contain handwritten sermon notes and illustrations. The notes are largely untitled and undated. Each folder represents a different notebook of materials. Folder 6-3 is a collection of sermon outlines dated 1909. Folders 6-4 and 6-5 are collections of clippings Chapman saved as sermon resource materials. Various subjects are covered such as faith, motherhood, friendship, life worry, sorrow, home life, and sin, dating from 1913-1916. The material is mostly in the form of poems, hymns, and letters. Folders 6-7, 6-13.1 and 6-13.2 are compilations of miscellaneous sermon and lecture notes, undated.

Chapman devised a rather elaborate indexing method for his sermons. Folder 6-12 contains an engagement book dating October 2, 1913, to March 26, 1917. The first section of the book is an alphabetical index of sermon titles and text. Section two is a listing of cities in which he spoke followed by sermon title, text, and date.

Folder 6-1 contains the eulogy on Chapman delivered by Edgar Whittaker Work before the New York Presbytery on January 13, 1919. Work detailed Chapman's work in the denomination and praised the evangelist's career as pastor and revivalist.

Folder 6-2 contains a series of commendation letters from New Zealand May 1913. The letters were written to Chapman from various ministers in the area thanking him for his service in Australia.

Folders 6-8 through 6-11 contain clippings of the Good News Pulpit from January 4, 1900, until January 15, 1903. These are articles Chapman wrote for the newspaper each containing a scriptural text followed by a short devotional thought.

Folder 7-3 contains a photograph album of Geelong, Victoria, Australia, presented to Dr. Chapman as a gift on February 6, 1915, as a remembrance of his visit. All the photographs are captioned and consist largely of miscellaneous views of the city. There are twenty-nine photographs in the album.

Following the album is a collection of 217 photographs collected during Chapman's various campaigns and world tours. Some of the photographs were captioned while others were identified by the archivist when possible and by using external evidence and other resource materials. Many photographs are unidentified. For a listing of the photographs, please consult the container list. The final fifty-six photographs follow a target which reads, "These photograph albums believed to have been taken on Chapman's Australian Evangelistic Campaign 1913." Many of these pictures are duplicates. Because none of the pictures were captioned and few were at all identifiable, they have been grouped together and left undescribed in this guide.

Following the photographs were several groups of materials with what appear to be catalog or reference numbers but no box and folder designations, all located on reel 8. (Please see the Location Record.) Among this material are several items given to Chapman in recognition of his evangelistic efforts. These include a Remembrance Book from Sydney, New South Wales on August 10, 1909, signed by members of the executive committee and participating clergy; souvenir of Dunedin, New Zealand, Evangelistic Campaign on April 14, 1912 signed by members of the executive committee; and a certificate of appreciation from the ministers of Springfield, Massachusetts.

The folder entitled "(MS C 366) Miscellaneous J. Wilbur Chapman Correspondence 1899-1918," includes notices and memorandums written while Chapman served as Corresponding Secretary of the Presbyterian General Assembly's Committee on Evangelistic Work, acceptances to invitation, and other memoranda. The folder entitled MS C 366.16 is a letter written to Harry Barraclough on November 29, 1918. Folder MS Photostats J 138 contains correspondence between Chapman and Sheldon Jackson on July 6 and 27, 1897, regarding Yukon Valley agricultural possibilities. Rare Doc W 6991c contains a letter to Chapman from President Woodrow Wilson dated December 19, 1917.

The last folder, MS C 366.1, provides a copy of Alvin Duane Smith's "Study and Appraisal of Chapman." Included in the materials are an introduction consisting largely of a biographical sketch, an outline for the study, and a bibliography on Chapman.

The collection includes two photographs of Chapman with groups of individuals taken in Ontario, Canada about 1910.


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Provenance

The microfilm in this collection were received by the Center in April and May 1979 from the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The artifact was received in June 1987 from the Wheaton College Archives at Buswell Library.

Accession 79-44, 79-53, 87-56
October 11, 1979
Mary Ann Buffington
G. Gallup

Updated February 19, 2003
Wayne D. Weber


PARTIAL LIST OF JOHN WILBUR CHAPMAN CAMPAIGNS

Place Date
Burlington, Vermont c. 1893-1895 (?)
Saratoga, New York c. 1893-1895 (?)
Ottawa, Illinois c. 1893-1895 (?)
Indianapolis, Indiana c. 1893-1895 (?)
Bloomington, Indiana c. 1893-1895 (?)
Evansville, Indiana c. 1893-1895 (?)
Boston, Massachusetts c. 1893-1895 (?)
Brooklyn, New York c. 1893-1895 (?)
Paris, Illinois c. 1893-1895 (?)
Montreal, Canada c. 1893-1895 (?)
Terre Haute, Indiana c. 1893-1895 (?)
Saginaw, Michigan c. 1893-1895 (?)
Fort Wayne, Indiana c. 1893-1895 (?)
Peoria, Illinois c. 1893-1895 (?)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1904
Minneapolis, Minnesota (St. Paul) Oct 14-31, 1905
Newark and Patterson, New Jersey Nov 20 - Dec 17, 1905
Syracuse, New York Jan 19 - Feb 3, 1906
Wellston, Ohio Feb 20 - (?) 1906
Mobile, Alabama Feb 24 - Mar 10, 1906
Dallas, Texas Mar 15 - Apr 3, 1906
Sherman, Texas Apr 4-16, 1906
Danville, Texas Apr 27 - May 13, 1906
Roanoke, Virginia Oct 3-18, 1906
Lafayette, Indiana Oct 23 - Nov 5, 1906
Rochester, New York Nov 11-28, 1906
Des Moines, Iowa Dec 2-16, 1906
Portland, Indiana Jan 5-10, 1907
Auburn, New Hampshire 1907 (?)
Antrim, New Hampshire 1907 (?)
Pautucett, Rhode Island Jan 19 - Feb 3, 1907
Worcester, Massachusetts Feb 7-24, 1907
Hartford, Connecticut Feb 24 - Mar 15, 1907
Utica, New York Mar 17-31, 1907
Cincinnati, Ohio Apr 3-22, 1907
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Mar 12 - Apr 19, 1908
Norfolk, Virginia Apr 23 - May 6, 1908
Orilla, Ontario Sep 30 - Oct 13, 1908
Brantford, Ontario Oct 15 - Nov 2, 1908
Burlington, Ontario Nov 4-17, 1908
Richmond, Virginia Jan 6-24, 1909
Boston, Massachusetts Jan 20 - Feb 21, 1909
Springfield, Massachusetts Feb 18 - Mar 9, 1909
Portland and Bangor, Maine Dec 25, 1909 - Feb 12, 1910
Chicago, Illinois Oct 16 - Nov 27, 1910
Fort Wayne, Indiana Nov 30 - Dec 18, 1910
New York Dec 28, 1910
Springfield, Massachusetts Jan 1, 1911
Toronto, Canada Jan 5-29, 1911
Brooklyn, New York Feb 2 - Mar 1, 1911
Swanses, Wales Mar 9 - Apr 4, 1911
London, England Mar 1911
Nantymoel, Wales Apr 5, 1911
Belfast, Ireland Apr 6-7, 1911
Leeds, England Apr 8-10, 1911
Birmingham, England Apr 16, 1911
Shrewsbury, England Apr 20-28, 1911
Atlantic City, New Jersey May 16-21, 1911
Kansas City, Missouri Jun 11, 1911
Riverside, California Jun 15, 1911
Las Angeles, California Jun 18-19, 1911
Oakland, California Jun 20, 1911
San Francisco, California Jun 21-27, 1911
Jamaica, New York Jul 2, 1911
Atlantic City, New Jersey Jul 7-8, 1911
New York, New York Jul 9, 16-20, 23-24, 1911
Chautaqua, New York Jul 30 - Aug 4, 1911
Binghamton, New York Jul 28, 1911
Winona, Indiana Aug 6-7, 1911
Stony Brook, New York Aug 13-18, 1911
Mt. Etna, Indiana Aug 22, 1911
Montrose, Indiana Aug 23, 1911
Winona, Indiana Aug 24-27, 1911
Laurel Park, Maryland Sep 4, 1911
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sep 22, 1911
Belfast, Ireland Oct 7 - Nov 10, Nov 22, 1911
Bangor, Ireland Nov 11-21, 1911
Londonderry, Ireland Nov 23 - Dec 4, 1911
Demdulk, Ireland Dec 6-9, 1911
Dunedin, New Zealand Mar 19 - Apr 15, 1912
Melbourne, Australia Apr 21 - May 17, 1912
Adelaide, Australia May 24 - Jun 6, 1912
Petersburg, Australia Jun 7, 1912
Broken Hill, New South Wales Jun 8-17, 1912
Port Pirie, Australia Jun 18-25, 1912
Mount Gambier, Australia Jun 28 - Jul 2, 1912
Bordertown, Australia Jul 3, 1912
Goulburn, New South Wales Jul 6-11, 1912
Sydney, Australia Jul 19 - Aug 9, 1912
Newcastle, Australia Aug 10-16, 1912
Maitland, Australia Aug 17-23, 1912
Armidale, Australia Aug 24-29, 1912
Brisbane, Australia Sep 5-19, 1912
Gladstone, Australia Sep 20, 1912
Townsville, Australia Sep 23-29, 1912
Charters Towers, Australia Sep 30 - Oct 7, 1912
Mackay, Australia Oct 8-15, 1912
Gladstone, Australia Oct 16, 1912
Toowoomba, Australia Oct 17-22, 1912
Sydney, Australia Oct 23, 1912
Albany, New South Wales Oct 24-29, 1912
Melbourne, Australia Oct 30, 1912
Ballarat, Australia Oct 31 - Nov 10, 1912
Fremantle, Australia Nov 17-25, 1912
Perth, Australia Nov 26 - Dec 16, 1912
Lanceston, Australia Dec 29-31, 1912
Deloramie, Tasmania Jan 5, 1913
Mole Creek, Tasmania Jan 12, 1913
Devenport, Tasmania Jan 19, 1913
Geelong, Australia Jan 29 - Feb 6, 1913
Melbourne, Australia Feb 9-12, 1913
Dunedin, New Zealand Feb 18-19, 1913
Queenstown, New Zealand Feb 23, 1913
Clinton, New Zealand Feb 26, 1913
Palmerston, New Zealand Feb 26, 1913
Timaru, New Zealand Feb 26 - Mar 2, 1913
Christ Church, New Zealand Mar 4-24, 1913
Wellington, New Zealand Mar 26 - Apr 14, 1913
Auckland, New Zealand Apr 18 - May 7, 1913
Glasgow, Scotland Oct 2 - Dec 21, 1913
Edinburgh, Scotland Jan 16 - Mar 3, 1914
Glasgow, Scotland Mar 8-20, 1914
Perth, Scotland Mar 30, 1914
Folksick, Scotland Mar 31, 1914
Inverness, Scotland Apr 1-3, 1914
Aberdeen, Scotland Apr 3, 1914
Dundee, Scotland Apr 4, 1914
Paisley, Scotland Apr 6-8, 1914
Ayr, Scotland Apr 9, 1914
Dunnfries, Scotland Apr 10, 1914
New York, New York June-August 1914, misc. dates
London, England Sep 29 - Oct 21, 1914
Glasgow, Scotland Oct 22 - Nov 29, 1914, misc. dates
Elizabeth, New Jersey Dec 9-10, 1914
Orange, New Jersey Dec 15-16, 1914
Springfield, Massachusetts Dec 20, 27, 1914
Raliway, New Jersey Jan 3-4, 1915
Lima, Ohio Jan 6 - Feb 3, 1915
Atlanta, Georgia Feb 14 - Mar 28, 1915
Charlotte, North Carolina Apr 4 - May 10, 1915
Mitchells, Virginia May 16, 1915
Boston, Massachusetts May 30, 1915
Mew York, New York Jun 13, 27, 1915
Jamaica, New York Jun 27, 1915
Montreat, North Carolina Jul 11-18, 1915
Montclair, New Jersey Jul 25, 1915
New York, New York Jul 30, 1915
Lake Junaluska, North Carolina Aug 8-9, 1915
New York, New York Aug 22, 1915
Jamaica, New York Sep 5, 1915
New York, New York Sep 12-13, 1915
Culpepper, Virginia Oct 3, 10, 1915
Mitchells, virginia Oct 10, 1915
Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina Oct 12-14, 1915
Asheville, North Carolina Oct 7 - Nov 21, 1915
Brattleboro, Vermont Nov 26 - Dec 21, 1915
Chicago, Illinois Jan 6, 1916
Springfield, Illinois Jan 9 - Feb 13, 1916
Washington, Pennsylvania Feb 20-25, 1916
Avalon and Bellevue, Pennsylvania Feb 26, 1916
Washington, Pennsylvania Feb 27 - Mar 26, 1916
Culpepper, Virginia Apr 2, 1916
Wilmington, North Carolina Apr 9-27, 1916
Goldsboro, North Carolina Apr 29, 1916
Wilmington Apr 28 - May 14, 1916
Jamaica, New York May 17, 1916
Keene, New Hampshire May 21 - Jun 18, 1916
New York, New York Jun 25, Jul 5, 9-16, 1916
Long Island, New York Jul 30, 1916
East, New York Sep 1916
Jamaica, New York Sep 1916
Galesburg, Illinois Oct 1-18, 1916
Jamaica, New York Feb 25, Mar 4, 11, 28, Apr 6, 1917
Brooklyn, New York Mar 11, 16, 23, 30, 1917
New York, New York Mar 18, 25, 26, Apr 1, 1917
East, New York Mar 21, 1917
Upper Montclair, New Jersey Apr 15, 1917
Dallas, Texas May 17-25, 1917
Elizabeth, New Jersey Jan 6 - Feb 3, 1918 


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PARTIAL LIST OF CHAPMAN ASSOCIATES

   Name Task (if known)
Charles McCallon Alexander musician
Helen Cadbury Alexander women's worker
Charles Franklyn Allen soloist
Rev. William Asher saloon worker
Mrs. William Asher saloon worker and women's worker
Ralph Atkinson evangelist
W. J. Bemis soloist
William Edward Biederwolf preacher
William Alexander Bodell preacher
N. P. Bone ---
Edwin H. Bookmyer ---
James Oliver Buswell ---
Fred Butler musician
Bertha Chapman soloist
Mrs. John Wilbur Chapman women's worker
William Henry Collison soloist
Edgar E. Davidson ---
George Thompson Brown Davis press representative and assistant director of personal work
Frank D. Dixon soloist
Frank Dickson musician
F. E. DuBois ---
John Arthur Earl preacher
George R. Edmundson ---
J. Elliott preacher
J. H. Elliott ---
John E. Elliott ---
Ezra Stiles Ely ---
Walter Chew Evans preacher
Henry N. Faulconer ---
George Adams Fisher singing evangelist
Ralph T. Fulton soloist
Mrs. L. M. Glover women's worker
Mrs. E. P. Goodson soloist
Frank Granstaff preacher
Ora Samuel Gray preacher
Edwin F. Hallenbeck preacher
Robert Harkness pianist
John P. Hillis soloist
F. B. Hoagland ---
Tillman Hobson preacher
R. H. Holden preacher
James W. Hubbard ---
C. N. Hunt ---
Thomas Huston preacher
Samuel F. Insui ---
Frederick H. Jacobs preacher
Mrs. A. A. Jacuith women's worker
Edith H. Johnson women's worker
L. G. Leggett preacher
Henry E. Litchfield soloist
J. J. Lowe ---
A. B. McCrea preacher
Oswell G. McDowell ---
Charles A. Marsh pianist for Fred Butler
Mrs. Martin women's worker
Harry L. Maxwell soloist
Miss E. Stafford Millar ladies' worker
Arthur Lewis Miller soloist and harpist
F. A. Mills preacher
Ernest M. Naftzger soloist
Thomas Needham preacher
Ralph C. Norton ---
Mrs. Ralph C. Norton soloist and women's worker
Henry Ostrom preacher
Mr. Otherman ---
Ford Cyrinde Ottman preacher
Clifton Powers soloist
James Randall Pratt preacher
Owen F. Pugh soloist
Milton S. Rees ---
Miss Reisner women's worker
John W. Reynolds soloist
William Henry Roberts ---
Homer Rodeheaver soloist
Harry M. Ross preacher
J. Rowe ---
Charles E. Rykert soloist
H. S. Saxton soloist
Samuel M. Sayford ---
Charles T. Schaeffer children's evangelist
Gust Schneider soloist
Henry Davidson Sheldon preacher
Albany Smith soloist
Arthur J. Smith preacher
Chas. Cullen Smith preacher
Harper G. Smith (Smyth) soloist
Lewis E. Smith preacher
George H. Spencer ---
Archibald William Spooner ---
D. Lansing Spooner ---
George R. Stair preacher
F. A. Steinel ---
Wentworth Fall Stewart ---
Henry W. Stough preacher
Clarence B. Strouse preacher
William I. Sweet ---
Frederick Eugene Taylor preacher
Rev. Thacker ---
Daniel S. Toy preacher
Robert Augustus Walton ---
Fred E. Warner soloist
Edwin F. Warren ---
W. W. Weaver soloist
John W. Weddell ---
William Stone Weedon soloist
Joel A. Zoner --- 

LOCATION RECORD
Accession 87-56
Type of material: Artifact
The following items have been given to the CENTER MUSEUM:

Ticket, probably for a meeting held either in Springfield or Boston, MA, in 1909. The ticket is orange, 1-1/4" x 4-1/4", with a heavy crease near its left end. The ticket reads:

MEN ONLY
DR CHAPMAN'S SUBJECT
"The Swelling of the River"
MECHANICS BUILDING
Sunday, February 21, 3 p.m.
CHAS. M. ALEXANDER, DIRECTOR OF MUSIC


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession 79-44, 79-53
Type of Material: Microfilm
The following items are located in the CENTER LIBRARY MICROFILM ROOM:

All reels are 35mm, positive copy.

Reel 1 - Box 1, folders 1-8
Box 2, folders 1-6(a)

Reel 2 - Box 2, folder 6(b)
Box 3, folders 1-7

Reel 3 - Box 4, folders 1-4

Reel 4 - Box 5, folders 1-101

Reel 5 - Box 5, folders 102-112
Box 6, folders 1-4

Reel 6 - Box 6, folders 5-13:2(a)

Reel 7 - Box 6, folder 13:2(b)
Box 7, folders 1-4(a) -- through volume 2, "The Great Register"

Reel 8 - Box 7, folder 4(b) -- continuing through volume 3
Souvenir of Dunedin, New Zealand Evangelistic Campaign, April 14, 1912
Certificate of Appreciation from the ministers of Springfield, Massachusetts to Dr. Chapman
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1899-1918
Letter to Henry Barraclough, November 29, 1918
Correspondence between Chapman and Sheldon Jackson, July 6 and 27, 1897, concerning agricultural possibilities of the Yukon Valley
Letter to Chapman from President Woodrow Wilson, December 19, 1917
J. Wilbur Chapman Study and Appraisal
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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 89-9, 06-04
Type of material: Photographs
The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by folder title (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.

CHAPMAN, JOHN WILBUR. 3 b&w. Chapman appears in two group photographs. One taken at the Centenary (previously Methodist) United Church in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The photograph includes Charles Alexander, choir director, and Robert Harkness, pianist. The other photo is in front of what may be the Toronto, Ontario YMCA. Chapman is in the first row third from the left. A postcard advertising the Chapman-Alexander evangelistic meetings in Brooklyn, New York, USA, with small inserts of Chapman and Alexander on the card. 1910-1911.


CONTAINER LIST
Box Folder Item
1 1 Letter on beginning of ministry
1 2 Genealogy of Chapman family
1 3 Papers relating to churches served by Chapman
1 4 Chapman-Converse Correspondence, Trust Fund
1 5 Clippings--Evangelistic campaigns in Roanoke, VA and Lafayette, IN
1 6 Scrapbook--Evangelistic campaigns in Syracuse, NY and Mobile, AL
1 7 Clippings--Evangelistic campaigns in Paterson and Newark, NJ; 1905
1 8 Clippings--Evangelistic campaigns in Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN; 1905
2 1 Scrapbook 5--Clippings of evangelistic campaigns in Dallas, Sherman, and Danville, TX; March 15 - April 3, 1906
2 2 Scrapbook 4--Clippings of evangelistic campaigns in Brooklyn, NY; February 2 -March 1, 1911
2 3 Scrapbook 3A--Clippings of evangelistic campaign in Rochester, NY; 1906
2 4 Scrapbook 2--Clippings of evangelistic campaigns in Portland and Bangor, ME; December 25, 1909 - February 12, 1910
2 5 Scrapbook 1--Clippings of evangelistic campaigns in Utica, NY, Cincinnati, OH, and Superior, MI; 1907
2 6 Scrapbook 3--Clippings of several evangelistic campaigns; 1907
3 1 Scrapbook and Clippings; Australian Evangelistic Campaigns; 1912
3 2 Scrapbook 11--Evangelistic campaign in Richmond, Virginia; 1909
3 3 Scrapbook 13--Evangelistic campaign in Springfield, Massachusetts; 1909
3 4 Scrapbook 16--Evangelistic campaigns in Norfolk, Virginia and Ontario, Canada; 1908
3 5 Scrapbook 15--Evangelistic campaign in Toronto, Canada; 1911
3 6 Scrapbook 12--Evangelistic campaign in Chicago, Illinois; 1910
3 7 Chapman Sermons, Volume 4
  • "And Judas Iscariot;" April 21, 1916
  • "This Year Thou Shalt Die;" April 23, 1916
  • "Choose Life;" April 25, 1916
  • "The Second Mile;" April 27, 1916
  • "What Wilt Thou Say When He Shall Punish Thee;" April 27, 1916
  • "The Precious Blood of Christ;" April 30, 1916
  • "Ivory Palaces;" n.d.
  • "Now is the Accepted Time;" n.d.
  • "Is It Nothing To You?" n.d.
  • "This Day is Salvation Come to Thy House;" n.d.
  • "The Master is Come and Calleth for Thee;" n.d.
  • "An Old Fashioned Home;" n.d.
  • "He was a Leper;" October 22, 1916
  • "The Full Reward;" October 25, 1916
4 1 Remembrance Book, 129th General Assembly (1917), with congratulatory messages for Chapman as moderator
4 2 Scrapbook of condolences on death of Mrs. Chapman; June 25, 1907
4 3 Scrapbook of clippings; Winona Lake, Indiana
4 4 The Australian Christian World Special Daily Issues, and the Chapman-Alexander Book of Remembrances; Sydney, Australia, 1909
Sermons
5 1 "The Hand Writing on the Wall;" April 14, 1915
5 2 "Your Sins;" January 26, 1915
5 3 "What Men Do With Their Sins;" January 27, 1915
5 4 "Driven Into Darkness;" May 3, 1915
5 5 "Personal Responsibility--Your Most Important Service--The Hope of the Church;" April 27, 1915
5 6 "The Twenty-Third Psalm;" March 17, 1916
5 7 "Almost Hopeless;" November 16, 1915
5 8 "There Is No Difference;" March 19, 1915
5 9 "The Three Crosses;" March 21, 1916
5 10 "A Message To Men;" November 21, 1915
5 11 "Sowing and Reaping;" January 15, 1915
5 12 "Going to Kadesh-Barnea;" December 3, 1915
5 13 "The Shepherd's Psalm;" March 10, 1916
5 14 "Demas, A Forsaken Leader;" May 5, 1915
5 15 "And Judas Iscariot;" April 21, 1916
5 16 "A Sure Prophecy;" March 7, 1915
5 17 "Another Mile (The Second Mile);" April 27, 1916
5 18 "The Way of Escape;" November 7, 1915
5 19 "A Solemn Talk To Men;" January 23, 1916
5 20 "A Message To Men;" November 7, 1915
5 21 "Is There Anybody In Hell Yet?" n.d.
5 22 "Some Church Officers I Have Known;" n.d.
5 23 "The Way of Salvation;" n.d.
5 24 "Abundant Life;" n.d.
5 25 Omitted
5 26 "Evangelism;" n.d.
5 27 Untitled--Acts 10:29; January 6, 1915
5 28 "Where Is Thy Brother Abel?" January 8, 1915
5 29 "A Lost Art In The Church;" February 16, 1915
5 30 "What's The Matter?" January 11, 1915
5 31 "No Man Cared For My Soul;" October 21, 1915
5 32 "The Sin of a Prayerless Life;" February 17, 1915
5 33 "The Unconscious Loss of Power;" May 4, 1915
5 34 "A Leper;" January 21, 1915
5 35 "Choose Life;" March 16, 1915
5 36 "Rewards for Service;" n.d.
5 37 "The Living Christ;" April 4, 1915
5 38 "A Great Opportunity;" October 19, 1915
5 39 "A Complete Surrender;" April 8, 1915
5 40 "A Message to Mothers;" March 8, 1916
5 41 "The Endowment with Power for Service--The Secret of Power;" April 14, 1915
5 42 "Prepare to Meet They God;" January 20, 1915
5 43 "The Holy Spirit--Liberty in Living;" April 15, 1915
5 44 (For Men Only) "The Wind and the Whirlwind;" February 28, 1915
5 45 "Good Wages and Bad Wages, Who Pays Them?" January 10, 1915
5 46 "Home Night;" January 25, 1915
5 47 "Service for Aged People;" January 21, 1915
5 48 "A Message to Mothers;" February 18, 1915
5 49 "The Love of the Spirit;" April 21, 1915
5 50 "The Prodigal Son;" March 10, 1915
5 51 "Going Home;" March 11, 1915
5 52 "A Broken Family Circle;" March 12, 1915
5 53 "Three Perils Threatening the City--The Swelling of Jordan;" January 30, 1916
5 54 "Keeping the Vineyard;" January 26, 1916
5 55 "Free from Bondage;" May 4, 1915
5 56 "The Hidden Man;" May 11, 1916
5 57 "Remember;" May 12, 1916
5 58 Untitled; March 26, 1915
5 59 "What Is Heaven?" January 14, 1915
5 60 "The Agony of Christ;" October 26, 1915
5 61 Untitled; May 23, 1916
5 62 "Dealing Fairly with Christ;" January 7, 1915
5 63 "At the Bar of Justice;" April 27, 1916
5 64 "The Revival...Must Have;" February 15, 1915
5 65 Untitled; May 16, 1916
5 66 "Three Meetings with the Savior;" October 22, 1915
5 67 Deleted
5 68 "Is Future Punishment Eternal? If So, What Is It?" March 2, 1915
5 69 Untitled; March 5, 1915
5 70 "Goodbye to God;" April 13, 1915
5 71 "Three Perils Threatening..." March 21, 1915
5 72 "The Hour is Come;" February 14, 1915
5 73 "The Evangelistic Church (The Church at Work);" November 3, 1915
5 74 "Righteousness, Temperance, and Judgment;" March 24, 1915
5 75 Miscellaneous sermon notes; n.d.
5 76 "Agonizing Prayer;" n.d.
5 77 "A High Ideal;" n.d.
5 78 "A Question of the Enemy;" November 4, 1904
5 79 "A Broken Hearted Man;" October 31, 1904
5 80 "Eternity--Where?" n.d.
5 81 "Five Kings In A Cave;" n.d.
5 82 "Godly Sorrow;" n.d.
5 83 "God's Condescension;" n.d.
5 84 "No Difference;" n.d.
5 85 "The Atonement;" n.d.
5 86 "The Holy Spirit;" n.d.
5 87 "Three Meetings of the Savior;" n.d.
5 88 Deleted
5 89 "The Seeking Savior and a Seeking Sinner;" n.d.
5 90 "The Three Crosses;" n.d.
5 91 "The Judgment of God;" n.d.
5 92 "Preparation for a Revival;" n.d.
5 93 Deleted
5 94 "A Solemn Warning;" n.d.
5 95 Deleted
5 96 Untitled; n.d.
5 97 "A Last Vision;" n.d.
5 98 Sermon Book 4--Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; April 17, 1897
5 99 Sermon Book; 1912-1913
5 100 Sermon Notes; n.d.
5 101 Sermons not in U.G.N., indexed by text
5 102 Sermon Notes; n.d.
5 103 Sermon Notes; n.d.
5 104 Sermon Notes; n.d.
5 105 Sermon Notes; n.d.
5 106 Sermon Notes; n.d.
5 107 Sermon Notes; n.d.
5 108 Sermon Notes; n.d.
5 109 Illustrations beginning Asheville, North Carolina; October 17, 1915
5 110 Sermon Notes; n.d.
5 111 Sermon Notes; n.d.
5 112 Sermon Notes; n.d.
6 1 Work, Edgar Whittaker--Address in appreciation of Chapman, before New York Presbytery; January 13, 1919
6 2 Letters of commendation, New Zealand; May 1913
6 3 Sermon Outlines; c. 1909
6 4 Clippings; sermon resource materials, various subjects; 1913-1916, n.d.
6 5 Clippings; sermon resource materials, various subjects; 1915-1917, n.d.
6 6 Miscellaneous sermons and lecture notes; n.d.
6 7 Miscellaneous sermons and lecture notes; n.d.
Gospel News Pulpit
6 8 January 4, 1900 - February 29, 1901
6 9 March 7, 1901 - February 13, 1902
6 10 January 29, 1903 - February 25, 1904
6 11 February 20, 1902 - January 15, 1903
6 12 Engagement Book; October 2, 1913 - March 26, 1917
6 13:1 Sermon Book 1
6 13:2 Sermon Book
7 1 Scrapbook--clippings of evangelistic campaign in Boston, Massachusetts; 1909
7 2 Scrapbook--clippings of evangelistic campaign in Boston, Massachusetts; January 20-February 21, 1909
7 3 Photograph Album of Geelong, Victoria, Australia, a gift on February 6, 1915
7 4 Loose Photographs of World Tours
  • Chapman; n.d.
  • Jamaica, Long Island, New York home (2)
  • Farewell meeting at the First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte, North Carolina; April 1915
  • Chapman with dog in snow
  • Unidentified building
  • Cardiff Stock Exchange; c. 1910
  • Townsville, Queensland, Australia
  • Adelaide, Australia--Chapman with crowd
  • Melbourne, Australia (2)
  • Adelaide, Australia
7 4 Loose Photographs of World Tours (continued)
  • Dunedin, New Zealand--Chapman and Alexander with wives; April 1912
  • Broken Hill, New South Wales (3)
  • Australian Aborigines
  • Sydney, Australia (2)
  • Colombo YMCA
  • Maori group at Whakarewarewa
  • Maori House near Rotorunda, New Zealand; April 1913
  • Melbourne, Australia meetings (3)
  • Brisbane, Australia meeting
  • Adelaide, Australia meetings (2)
  • Ipswitch, Australia
  • Hobart Committee
  • Charters Towers, Farewell Service
  • Dunedin First Church, Minister's and Worker's Meeting
  • Melbourne, Australia meetings (2)
  • Livarisea; 1911
  • Perth, Reception by the Mayor
  • Sydney Town Hall Building
  • Newcastle meeting
  • Melbourne meeting in King's Theatre
  • Edinburgh Meeting
  • Hong Kong
  • Port Said scenes (5)
  • Unidentified street scene
  • Group watching native in coconut tree
  • Pao-Ting-Fou
  • Tientsin
  • Shanghai China Inland Mission Group
  • Hankow--Griffith John's Church (2)
  • Nanking, Ming Tomb
  • Shanghai (see above)
  • Peking, M.E. Church--Chinese Christian students; October 1, 1909
  • Hankow, Blind School
  • Peking, China--Chinese pastors
  • Chapman and Alexander with wives in China
  • Shanghai meetings; 1909 (3)
  • Manila--Filipino Christian students; August 27, 1909
  • Sights in Japan (3)
  • Kyoto, Japan meeting; October 29, 1909
  • Seoul, Korea Missionary Conference (2)
7 4 Loose Photographs of World Tours (continued)
  • Farewell to Chapman and Alexander Evangelism Party
  • Repeated picture of Australia
  • Belfast, Ireland
  • Repeated picture of Australia
  • Toronto, Canada--Old People's Service
  • Brooklyn, New York church officers
  • Dayton, Ohio
  • Boston Banquet
  • Portland, Maine
  • Chicago, Illinois--group of evangelists and singers in the Chapman- Alexander Simultaneous Campaign; October 1910
  • To-Darj, India
  • Colombo YMCA
  • Unidentified pictures (4)
  • Chapman and Alexander with wives
  • London sights (2)
  • Unidentified or repeated pictures (12)
  • Chapman and Alexander with wives in a pen with kangaroos
  • Outdoor meeting
  • Outdoor crowd--Dunedin
  • On board ship
  • YMCA--unidentified location
  • Unidentified pictures (2)
  • Melbourne Exhibition Choir; April 1912
  • Unidentified scenes (3)
  • Colombo Street scene
  • Unidentified city
  • Chapmans and Alexanders in the mountains (3)
  • Unidentified meetings (2)
  • Group in deck chairs on board ship
  • Chapmans and Alexanders in field of hay
  • Grory Railroad station
  • Unidentified groups, cities, and meetings (5)
  • "Goodbye Sydney"
  • Melbourne meetings (3)
  • Group of Aborigines Atha Perouse, near Sydney
  • Crowded meeting in Sydney
  • Harbor excursion in Sydney at the invitation of Col. Goodler
  • Group of Aborigines Atha Perouse, near Sydney
  • Adelaide meetings (4)
  • The Executive Committee, Adelaide
7 4

Loose Photographs of World Tours (continued)

  • Meeting for ministers of South Australia, Adelaide
  • Evening meeting at the Melbourne Exhibition Hall
  • Visiting the DuBois family in Minneapolis (2)
  • Meetings in Ballarat and Castlemain (8)
  • Meetings and departure from Sydney (5)
  • Melbourne Executive Committee
  • Various meetings in Sydney and Melbourne (11)
  • Chapman and Alexander in Brisbane
  • Unidentified Anglican friend
  • Sydney's Farewell (3)
  • Alexander leading songs on the "Kumano Maru" (2)
  • Departure for China
  • Sights at Bendigo (6)
  • Men's meeting in Adelaide
  • Men's meeting in Melbourne
  • The traveling party in Brisbane
  • Meeting in Melbourne
  • Meeting of tram-car men in Sydney
  • Native service at Suva
  • Traveling to/from Suva (3)
  • Sydney meeting
  • Melbourne Executive Committee
  • Mr. Alexander's choir in Melbourne
  • Sydney's Farewell
  • Arrival at railway station
  • Aboriginal convert in Sydney, carrying Bible and boomerang
  • Famous Pugilist, converted in Sydney, now preaching
  • Chapman, Alexander, and Dr. Ottman at the Salvation Army Headquarters in Melbourne with Commissioner McKay and Salvation Army officers from all parts of Australia (2)
  • Adelaide meetings for the elderly (7)
  • Leaving Sydney
  • Melbourne meeting with no seats
  • The Cyclorama in Melbourne where Dr. Ottman and Mr. Dickson held a mission
  • Taxicab donated by the Executive Committee in Melbourne
  • Aged people arriving for service (4)
  • A man who never had an idle moment for twenty years
  • The oldest man in Australia--108 years
  • A work of art in Ballarat: "The Flight from Pompei"
7 4
  • Unidentified pictures, believed to have been taken on Chapman's Australian Evangelistic Campaign of 1913; many are similar to pictures in the previous section. The first picture has been identified as Kurri Kurri, New South Wales. (56)
7 4 Evangelistic sermons--handwritten notes; 1898
7 4 Remembrance book from Sydney, New south Wales; August 10, 1909
7 4 Memo from Helen Cadbury Alexander to Mrs. Chapman
7 4 Sermons--Volume 1
  • "The Sin of a Prayerless Life;" February 22, 1916
  • "Being filled with the Holy Ghost;" February 23, 1916
  • "Why Are Our Prayers Not Answered?" February 24, 1916
  • "No Man Cared For My Soul;" February 24, 1916
  • "Eternity;" February 25, 1916
  • "Mother's Sunday;" February 27, 1916
  • "Prepare to Meet Thy God;" February 27, 1916
  • "The Unpardonable Sin;" February 28, 1916
  • "The Secret of Power;" February 29, 1916
  • "Good and Bad Wages;" February 29, 1916
  • "The Liberty of the Spirit;" March 1, 1916
  • "Where is Abel Thy Brother?" March 1, 1916
  • "The Love of the Spirit;" March 2, 1916
  • "The Place of Crisis;" March 2, 1916
  • "Sowing and Reaping;" March 3, 1916
  • "The Judgment;" March 5, 1916
7 4 Sermons--Volume 2
  • "The Writing on the Wall;" March 5, 1916
  • "Is There Really a Hell?" March 6, 1916
  • "Three Meetings with the Savior;" March 7, 1916
  • "Your Sins;" March 7, 1916
  • "A Message to Mothers;" March 8, 1916
  • "What Men Do With Their Sins;" March 8, 1916
  • "Old Folks Day;" March 9, 1916
  • "Responsibility to Others;" March 9, 1916
  • "The Great Register;" March 10, 1916
  • "Three Perils;" March 12, 1916
  • "Chased Out of the World;" March 12, 1916
  • "Home Night;" March 13, 1916
  • "Losing Jesus;" March 14, 1916
  • "The Prodigal Daughter;" March 14, 1916
7 4 Sermons--Volume 3
  • "Finding One's Brother;" March 15, 1916
  • "The Prodigal;" March 16, 1916
  • "How May I Know That I Am A Christian?" March 17, 1916
  • "Going Home;" March 16, 1916
  • "The Broken Family Circle;" March 17, 1916
  • "There Is No Difference;" March 19, 1916
  • "My Spirit Shall Not Always Strive With Men;" March 19, 1916
  • "The Unpardonable Sin"--sermon 2; March 20, 1916
  • "A Forsaken Leader;" March 21, 1916
  • "The Three Crosses;" March 21, 1916
  • "The Christian's Relation to Amusements;" March 23, 1916
  • "A Neglected Truth;" March 23, 1916
  • "What Must I Do?" March 24, 1916
  • "Three Great Things;" March 25, 1916

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