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Ephemera of Aimee Semple McPherson - Collection 103


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Table of Contents

Brief Description of This Collection

Title Page and Restrictions

Biography of Aimee Semple McPherson

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

    Series I: Paper Records
    Series II: Audio/Video Materials
Lists of Audio Tapes, Films, Microfilm, Periodicals, Phonograph Records, Photographs, and Video Tapes in This Collection (Location Records)
    Audio Tapes
    Films
    Microfilm
    Periodicals
    Phonograph Records
    Photographs
    Video Tapes

List of the Contents of Boxes of Paper Records in This Collection (Container List)

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Brief Description.
Sermon transcripts, sermon notes, films, microfilm, phonograph records, audio tapes, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, a video tape, and evangelistic campaign material related to McPherson's career as an evangelist, radio speaker, and church founder. Most of the materials in this collection are avaialable from the BGC Archives only on microfilm.



Collection 103
[July 30, 2002]
McPherson, Aimee Semple; 1890-1944
Ephemera; 1921-1946
3 Boxes (DC, 1.15 cubic feet), Audio Tapes, Films, Periodicals, Phonograph Records, Photograph, Video Tape.
(Note: Physically, the Archives only has three boxes of documents, boxes 1, 25, and 26. Twenty-three boxes of material were loaned to the Billy Graham Center Archives by the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel. After most of them were filmed, they were returned to the ICFG. So the Archives only has the microfilm of materials in boxes 2 through 24. Box 1 consists of material the Archives acquired from other sources. Boxes 25 and 26 consists of duplicates of some materials in boxes 2,3, 8-12 which the Church gave to the Archives.)

Restrictions There are no restrictions on the use of this material.
Biography

Aimee Elizabeth Kennedy was the only child of a Canadian farmer and his wife, born October 9, 1890. Her mother, Minnie Kennedy, was very active in the Salvation Army. Aimee was converted during a Pentecostal tent revival led by Robert Semple. She skipped school just to attend his meetings. She married Semple in August, 1908. Aimee assisted Semple in his revivals for the next two years as the couple prepared for mission work in China. They relied on the support and prayers of individuals since they went out as independents. The couple had been in China less than a year when Robert became ill and died. Aimee was left pregnant with no money, but managed to return to the United States with the assistance of missionary friends in 1911. Upon her return to the United States, Aimee married her second husband, Harold S. McPherson, in 1912. Their marriage ended in divorce in 1921. She began an itinerant revival ministry in 1916 which continued until she founded the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel in Los Angeles in 1923. Previously, she had founded the Angelus Temple, which became the headquarters of the denomination. The church's doctrine was based on four roles of Jesus' ministry as Savior of the world, Baptizer of the Holy Spirit, Healer of human infirmities, and returning King of Kings. Her messages of love and forgiveness were characterized by using drama and music as effective mediums of communication. The church began its own Bible college, the Lighthouse, in 1926. Ministries of the church extended in many areas including aid to the jobless. A monthly periodical was published, the Bridal Call, with Sister McPherson serving as the editor. The evangelist engaged in a third brief marriage with David L. Hutton in 1931 which ended in divorce in 1935. She made several transcontinental speaking tours and often traveled to her scattered mission churches in the California area. McPherson's career had its moments of sensationalism and drama as she was involved in several court battles throughout her career. One incident involved a purported kidnapping, although no suspects were ever arrested. Battles between her mother, Minnie Kennedy, and daughter Roberta, over control of the church in the 1930's were widely publicized. Sister Aimee's career ended September 27, 1944, in Oakland, California, as a result of an overdose of sleeping pills which was ruled to be accidental. She was found by her son Rolf, successor to her position as head of the church and minister at Angelus Temple. The church's ministry continues today with foreign missionaries in over twenty countries and two periodicals, Foursquare World Advance and Communique. United States church members numbered over 100,000.
Scope and Content

[NOTE: In the scope and content description, the notation "Folder 2-1" means Box 2, Folder 1.]

Series: I. Paper Records
Arrangement: Alphabetical/ chronological
Date Range: 1920-55, 1970-1973
Volume: 1.15 cubic feet (The Archives has most of the paper records only on microfilm)
Boxes: 1, 25, 26
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Sermons, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, publicity manual, posters and other ephemera from evangelistic campaigns
Subjects: Life and ministry of Aimee Semple McPherson, Rolf McPherson, the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, sermons on a variety of basic Christian doctrines and aspects of the Christian life, evolution
Notes: The bulk of the paper records (most of which the Archives has only as microfilm copies) consists of Sister McPherson's sermon notes (folders 2-2 through 4-28, 5-14 through 6-20) and sermon transcripts. There are also notes for sermons by other, usually unidentified, preachers from after her death. The notes are arranged chronologically, the transcripts by subject. In many cases for important subjects there are a whole series of sermons on the same topic, covering a period of many years. The materials in boxes 25 and 26 are all items for which there were one or more copies, so when the documents were returned to the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel after microfilming, the Church permitted the Archives to have one set of copies.

Exceptional items: A few manuscript items are available in paper form. These are all in boxes 1, 25, and 26. Folders 1-1 and 1-2 contain stationery and posters from a McPherson crusade in Oakland, California. Folder 1-3 contains a program with summaries of two of her sermons. Folder 1-4 contains assorted newspaper and magazine clippings about McPherson's ministry dating from May, 1921, until September, 1946. A program from a play, Regem Adorate, written by the evangelist may be found in Folder 1-5. Folder 25-1 contains a manual for publicity for a debate between Sister McPherson and Charles Lee Smith of the American Association for the Advancement of Atheism over the proposition, "There is no God." Folder 25-2 contains a notebook with newspaper clippings from the celebration of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel's golden anniversary in 1973. Folder 2-1 contains a transcript of a debate over evolution.

Among the sermon notes and sermon transcripts are talks McPherson and others gave at the church's training school (L.I.F.E.) on evangelism and other topics (folders 10-22 to 10-26).

There are some sermons and/or clippings by or about other Foursquare evangelists, including LaDoona Dalrymple (folder 24-3), Lorna McPherson (folder 13-1), Rolf McPherson (son and successor of Aimee Semple McPherson, folders 13-2 through 13-15), and Gladys DeLancey Smith (folder 5-8 to 5-11).


Series: II. Audio/Video materials
Arrangement: Chronological
Date Range: Date not known for most items, although most of the audio recordings of her sermons were probably made within five or six years of her death.
Volume: 24 audio recordings, 2 films, 4 phonograph records, 1 video
Geographic coverage: United States
Type of documents: Recordings of sermons, performance of hymns, news reel
Subjects: Christian doctrine, Christian life, hymns, life and ministry of Aimee Semple McPherson
Notes: The series is composed largely of audio tapes containing messages and songs by Aimee Semple McPherson. Some of the songs were written by McPherson and sung by others (see T1). Many of the tapes were sermons by the evangelist purchased from the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel (see T2-T20). Two films from the National Archives provide a very brief scene from a news reel. of McPherson leading a parade in downtown Los Angeles. Phonograph records are among the items relating to McPherson's ministry. They include songs of Aimee McPherson sung by others (see P2 and P3). Phonograph P4 is a sermon by the evangelist. The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel procured P1, which is the life story of "Sister Aimee."

The video tape in the collection is an autobiographical narrative by Sister McPherson, illustrated by pictures drawn many years after her death.

Provenance

Materials in this collection were received by the Archives in April, September, October, and November of 1979, January and February of 1980, and August of 1984.

Acc. #: 79-41, 79-104, 79-118, 79-122, 79-122, 79-127, 79-130, 79-134, 80-3, 80-19, 80-31, 84-102, 84-116
2/29/80
Mary Ann Buffington
S. Kouns

8/22/84, revised
R. Shuster
J. Nasgowitz

1/17/90, revised
L. Beloz

Revised 11/10/98
Robert Shuster

Accessions: 80-150, 87-20
July 30, 2002, Updated
Robert Shuster



LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 79-41, 79-118
Type of Material: Audio Tapes
The following items are located in the AUDIO TAPE FILE. All the tapes in this location record are cassettes. All were purchased in the Angelus Temple bookstore in Los Angeles. The numbers in most of the descriptions (201, 202, etc.) were given to each tape by the bookstore.
Tape Contents Dates
T1 Aimee Semple McPherson songs with her singing and preaching. Some copies of songs she wrote. n. d.
T2 A Tale of Two Cities by Sister Aimee Semple McPherson n. d.
T3 Life Begins at Foursquare by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T4 The Zero Hour by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T5 200 From Milkpail to Pulpit by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T6 201 Heaven Can Wait by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T7 203 The Cat and the Canary by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T8 204 God Goes to Washington by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T9 205 "The Rains Came" by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T10 206 Adventures in the Sky by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T11 207 Seven Keys to Power by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T12 209 The Ancient Mariner by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T13 210 Treasure Island by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T14 211 The Tinder Box by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T15 212 Pennies From Heaven by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T16 213 Power of Faith by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T17 214 Miraculous Power by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T18 215 This is My Task by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T19 216 Big Bad Wolf by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T20 218 Live Wire by Aimee Semple McPherson. n. d.
T21 219 The Legacy of Sister McPherson n. d.
T22 7 Sneezes of Shunnen n. d.
T23 Many Members, One Body n. d.
T24 There She Built An Alter n. d.


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 79-41, 79-118
Type of Material: Films The following items are located in the FILM FILE:
F1 - 25 Years Ago Today segment, audio video newsreel. b/w, n.d. Clip of Aimee Semple McPherson leading a parade in her honor in Los Angeles, California.
F2 - Audio only of newsreel - see Description F1.


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 79-41, 79-118
Type of Material: Microfilm

For all microfilmed materials in this collection there are a set of master negatives, one set of copy negatives, and two sets of positives; one complete positive set is in the CENTER LIBRARY MICROFILM ROOM:
Box 1 not microfilmed
Reel 1 Debate Notes, n.d. - Sermon Notes, 1939; Box 2, Folders 1-22
Reel 2 Sermon Notes, 1939 - Sermon Notes 1940; Box 2, Folders 23-37
Reel 3 Sermon Notes, 1941 - Sermon Notes 1942; Box 3, Folders 1-17
Reel 4 Sermon Notes, 1942 - Sermon Notes 1945; Box 3, Folders 18-34
Reel 5 Sermon Notes, 1945 - Sermon Notes, n.d.; Box 4, Folders 1-12
Reel 6 Sermon Notes, n.d.; Box 4, Folders 13-23
Reel 7 Sermon Notes, n.d.; Box 4, Folders 24-28
Reel 8 Brochure of Lighthouse of International Foursquare Evangelism, 1931 -Sermon Notes, 1926-1932; Box 5, Folders 1-15
Reel 9 Sermon Notes, 1934-1938 - Sermon Notes, 1943; Box 5, Folders 16-19 & Box 6, Folders 1-10
Reel 10 Sermon Notes, 1944 - Sermon Transcripts, Acts, n.d.; Box 6, Folders 11-20 & Box 7, Folders 1-7
Reel 11 Sermon Transcripts: Bible 1924-1943, Bible Characters 1925-44, Church 1923-44; Box 7, Folders 8-31
Reel 12 Sermon Transcripts: Communion, Debates - Trials, Dedication of Radio Tower, Deeper Teaching; Box 8, Folders 1-14
Reel 13 Box 8, Folders 15-27
Reel 14 Box 9, Folders 1-11
Reel 15 Box 9, Folders 12-26
Reel 16 Box 10, Folders 1-14
Reel 17 Box 10, Folders 15-28
Reel 18 Box 11, Folders 1-13
Reel 19 Box 11, Folders 14-24
Reel 20 Box 11, Folders 25-27; Box 12, Folders 1-13
Reel 21 Box 12, Folders 14-28; Box 13, Folders 1-5
Reel 22 Box 13, Folders 6-13
Reel 23 Box 14, Not Microfilmed Box 15, Folder 1
Box 15, Folder 2, Not Microfilmed
Box 16, Not Microfilmed
Box 17, Not Microfilmed
Box 18, Folders 1-4
Box 19, Folders 1-2
Box 20, Folders 1-8
Box 20, Folder 9, Not Microfilmed
Box 21, Folder 1
Reel 24 Box 21, Folder 1 (continued and completed)
Reel 25 Box 22, Not microfilmed
Box 23, Folders 1-3
Box 24, Folders 1-6
Boxes 25 and 26 not microfilmed

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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 79-41, 79-118
Type of Material: Periodicals

The following items have been given to the BGC LIBRARY (now Evangelism & Missions Collection of the Wheaton College Archives & Special Collection):
Bridal Call
Vol. I, No. 8-12; January-May 1918
Vol. II, No. 1-12; June-December 1918; January-May 1919
Vol. III, No. 4-5, 7-8, 10-12; September-October, December 1919, January, March-May 1920
Vol. IV, No. 1-12; June-December 1920, January-May 1921
Vol. V, No. 1-7, 9-12; June-December 1921, February-May 1922
Vol. VI, No. 2, 4-12; July, September-December 1922, January-May, 1923
Vol. VII, No. 1-8; June-December 1923, January 1924.
Pisgah
Vol. XI, No. 9; April 9, 1918
Word and Work
Vol. XXXI, No. 31; September 8, 1917
Vol. XL, No. 24; 30-33; August 10, September 28, October-December 1918
Vol. XLI, No. 1-2, 4, 7, 9; January-February, April, July, September 1919


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 79-41, 79-118
Type of material: Phonograph Records
The following items are located in the PHONOGRAPH RECORD FILE:

P1 The Life Story of Aimee Semple McPherson. 33 1/3 rpm, 12 inch, International Church of the Foursquare Gospel.
P2 Love Led the Way. The Jimmy Owens Chorale sings the songs of Aimee Semple McPherson; 33 1/3 rpm, 12 inch, Word Records.
P3 Building for Tomorrow's Sunrise. The music of Aimee Semple McPherson by selected artists; 33 1/3 rpm, 12 inch, Word Records.
P4 Divine Healing in the Word of God, by Aimee Semple McPherson (sermon); 33 1/3 rpm, 12 inch, International Church of the Foursquare Gospel


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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 79-41, 79-118
Type of material: Photographs
The following items are located in the PHOTO FILE; request by Folder Titles (in bold) at the beginning of each entry below.

MCPHERSON, AIMEE SEMPLE. Angelus Temple, 1923. Postcard.

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LOCATION RECORD
Accession: 79-41, 79-118
Type of material: Videotape

The following items are located in the VIDEOTAPE FILE:
V1 "From Milkpail to Pulpit: The Life Story of Aimee Semple McPherson. b/w & color; VHS 1/2"; approximately 30 minutes.



CONTAINER LIST
Box Folder Description
1 1 Campaign Committee: Oakland, California - Letter and Envelopes; 1922; Autograph; 1931 .
Campaign Material
1 2 Oakland, California - Poster; n.d.
1 3 San Antonio, Texas - Program; 1923?
1 4 Newspaper Clippings: May 17, 1921 - September 15, 1946.
1 5 Regem Adorate: (Worship the King) - Program; n.d.
The contents of boxes 2-24 were partially microfilmed by the BGC Archives. The originals were returned to the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel.
5 1 Brochure of Lighthouse of International Foursquare Evangelism; 1931.
2 1 Debate Notes; n.d.
5 2 Evangelistic Campaign Aids; n.d.
5 3 Funeral Service Program; October 1944.
5 4 Lists of Sermons; n.d.
Miscellaneous
20 3 1926-1944; n.d.
24 1 1970
Newspaper Clippings
20 9 Mattie Howard; n.d.
Aimee Semple McPherson
20 6 1926-1943.
20 7 September-October 1944.
20 8 n.d.
24 2 Dan's Searchlight; October 7, 1935.
20 4 Foursquare Crusader; December 1929-July 1939
Notebook
Aimee Semple McPherson
5 5 1923
5 6 1923-1924; n.d.
5 7 n.d.
Gladys DeLancey Smith
5 8 September 1938-January 1939.
5 9 February 1939-June 1939.
5 10 September 1939-January 1940.
5 11 January-May 1940
5 12 Reports of the City Sisters; 1927-1937.
24 5 Resolution; 1963.
Scrapbook
22 1 Answers to Prayer; 1948.
Miscellaneous
24 6 1923-1925.
15 1 1938-1943.
15 2 1946.
16 2 1947.
14 1 1947-1960.
17 1 1948
23 1 1949
23 2 1950
16 1 1951
14 2 1952
14 3 1953
Newspaper Clippings
18 2 1920-1944; n.d.
19 2 1921-1965; n.d.
18 3 August-September 1921.
23 3 1925-1926.
24 4 1930-1972.
21 1 1939-1944.
19 1 1944; n.d.
17 2 September-October 1944
18 4 September-October 1944
20 4 September-October 1944
18 1 n.d.
24 3 LaDonna Dalrymple; 1934-1948; n.d.
Photographs
20 1 1922-1923; n.d.
20 2 1943-1944; n.d.
5 13 Sermon Fragments; 1922-55; n.d.
Sermon Notes
5 14 Funerals; 1935-1940; n.d.
2 2 1925.
5 15 1926-1932.
2 3 1926.
2 4 1927.
2 5 1928.
2 6 1929.
2 7 1932.
2 8 1933.
5 16 1934-1938.
2 9 1934.
2 10 1935.
2 11 1936.
2 12 1937.
2 13 January-June 1938.
2 14 July-September 1938.
2 15 October, 1938.
2 16 November-December 1938.
5 17 January-June 1939.
2 17 January-February 1939.
2 18 March 1939.
2 19 April 1939.
2 20 May 1939.
2 21 June-July 1939.
5 18 July-September 1939.
2 21A August 1939
2 22 September 1939.
5 19 October-December 1939.
2 23 October 1939.
2 24 November 1939.
2 25 December 1939.
6 1 January-June 1940.
2 26 January 1940.
2 27 February 1940.
2 28 March 1940.
2 29 April 1940.
2 30 May 1940.
2 31 June 1940.
6 2 July-September 1940.
2 32 July 1940
2 33 August 1940.
2 34 September 1940.
6 3 October-December 1940.
2 35 October 1940.
2 36 November 1940.
2 37 December 1940.
6 4 January-May 1941.
3 1 January-February 1941.
3 2 March 1941.
3 3 April 1941.
3 4 May 1941.
6 5 June-September 1941.
3 5 June 1941.
3 6 July 1941.
3 7 August 1941.
3 8 September-October 1941.
6 6 October-December 1941.
3 9 November 1941.
3 10 December 1941.
6 7 January-May 1942.
3 11 January 1942.
3 12 February 1942.
3 13 March 1942.
3 14 April 1942.
3 15 May-June 1942.
6 8 June-September 1942.
3 16 July-August 1942.
3 17 September 1942.
6 9 October-December 1942.
3 18 October 1942.
3 19 November 1942.
3 20 December 1942.
6 10 1943.
3 21 January 1943
3 22 February 1943.
3 23 March 1943.
3 24 April 1943.
3 25 May 1943.
3 26 June 1943.
3 27 July-December 1943.
6 11 January-March 1944
3 28 January-February 1944.
3 29 March-April 1944.
6 12 April-July 1944
3 30 May-July 1944.
6 13 September-October 1944
3 31 August-September 1944.
3 32 November-December 1944.
3 33 January-March 1945.
3 34 April-June 1945.
4 1 July-September 1945.
4 2 October-December 1945.
4 3 January-March 1946.
4 4 April-June 1946.
4 5 July-December 1946.
4 6 1947.
4 7 1948.
4 8 1949.
6 14 1953
4 9 1964.
4 10 n.d.
4 11 n.d.
4 12 n.d.
4 13 n.d.
4 14 n.d.
4 15 n.d.
4 16 n.d.
4 17 n.d.
4 18 n.d.
4 19 n.d.
4 20 n.d.
4 22 n.d.
4 23 n.d.
4 24 n.d.
4 10 n.d.
4 11 n.d.
4 12 n.d.
4 13 n.d.
4 14 n.d.
4 15 n.d.
4 16 n.d.
4 17 n.d.
4 18 n.d.
4 19 n.d.
4 20 n.d.
4 22 n.d.
4 23 n.d.
4 24 n.d.
4 25 n.d.
4 26 n.d.
4 27 n.d.
4 28 n.d.
6 15 n.d.
6 16 n.d.
6 17 n.d.
6 18 n.d.
6 19 n.d.
6 20 n.d.
Sermon Transcripts
7 1 Acts; 1923.
7 2 Acts; January-May 1925.
7 3 Acts; June-July 1925.
7 4 Acts 1929.
7 5 Acts; January 1936.
7 6 Acts; February 1936.
7 7 Acts; n.d.
7 8 Bible; 1924-1925.
7 9 Bible; 1926-1933.
7 10 Bible; 1938-39.
7 11 Bible; 1941-43.
7 12 Bible; n.d.
7 13 Bible Characters; 1925.
7 14 Bible Characters; 1926-27.
7 15 Bible Characters; 1928-29.
7 16 Bible Characters; 1932-40.
7 17 Bible Characters; 1942.
7 18 Bible Characters; 1943-44.
7 19 Bible Characters; n.d.
7 20 Children; 1922-44; n.d.
7 21 Christ; 1924-25.
7 22 Christ; 1926-29.
7 23 Christ; 1930-32.
7 24 Christ; n.d.
7 25 Christmas; 1923-27.
7 26 Christmas; 1931-38.
7 27 Christmas; 1940-43.
7 28 Christmas; n.d.
7 29 Church; 1923-30.
7 30 Church; 1933-44; n.d.
7 31 Church; n.d.
8 1 Communion; 1923-1926.
8 2 Communion; 1927-1928.
8 3 Communion; 1929-1933.
8 4 Communion; 1935-1938.
8 5 Communion; 1941-1944.
8 6 Communion; n.d.
8 7 Debates - Trials; 1923-1926.
8 8 Debates - Trials; 1932-1940.
8 9 Dedication of Radio Tower; November 30, 1939.
8 10 Deeper Teaching; 1922-1924.
8 11 Deeper Teaching; 1925.
8 12 Deeper Teaching; 1926-1927.
8 13 Deeper Teaching; 1928-1928.
8 14 Deeper Teaching; 1931-1937.
8 15 Deeper Teaching; 1938-1939.
8 16 Deeper Teaching; 1941-1944.
8 17 Deeper Teaching; n.d.
8 18 Fairytales; 1924-1936.
8 19 Fairytales; 1937.
8 20 Fairytales; 1938-1924.
8 21 Fairytales; n.d.
8 22 Foursquare; 1924-1937.
8 23 Foursquare; 1938-1924.
8 24 Foursquare; n.d.
8 25 Growth - Service; 1922-1923.
8 26 Growth - Service; March-September 1924.
8 27 Growth - Service; October-December 1924.
9 1 Growth - Service; January-March 1925.
9 2 Growth - Service; April-May 1925.
9 3 Growth - Service; June-August 1925.
9 4 Growth - Service; September-December 1925.
9 5 Growth - Service; May-July 1926.
9 6 Growth - Service; August-November 1926.
9 7 Growth - Service; 1927.
9 8 Growth - Service; 1928.
9 9 Growth - Service; 1929-1930.
9 10 Growth - Service; 1931-1935.
9 11 Growth - Service; 1936-1938.
9 12 Growth - Service; 1939-1940.
9 13 Growth - Service; 1941-1942.
9 14 Growth - Service; 1943-1944.
9 15 Growth - Service; n.d.
9 16 Growth - Service; n.d.
9 17 Growth - Service; n.d.
9 18 Healing; 1923-1924.
9 19 Healing; 1925.
9 20 Healing; 1926.
9 21 Healing; 1926.
9 22 Healing; 1928.
9 23 Healing; 1929.
9 24 Healing; 1930-1937.
9 25 Healing; 1938-1939.
9 26 Healing; 1941-1942.
10 1 Healing; n.d.
10 2 Healing; n.d.
10 3 Healing; n.d.
10 4 Heaven/Hell; 1923-1929.
10 5 Heaven/Hell; 1931-1944; n.d.
10 6 Holy Spirit; 1922-1923.
10 7 Holy Spirit; 1924.
10 8 Holy Spirit; 1925.
10 9 Holy Spirit; 1926-1927.
10 10 Holy Spirit; 1929-1935.
10 11 Holy Spirit; 1936-1937.
10 12 Holy Spirit; 1938-1941.
10 13 Holy Spirit; 1942-1944.
10 14 Holy Spirit; n.d.
10 15 Holy Spirit; n.d.
10 16 Holy Week; 1924-1925.
10 17 Holy Week; 1927-1929.
10 18 Holy Week; 1932-1939.
10 19 Holy Week; 1942-1944.
10 20 Holy Week; n.d.
10 21 Life of Aimee Semple McPherson; 1925-1944; n.d.
10 22 L.I.F.E.; 1925-1930.
10 23 L.I.F.E.; 1931-1938.
10 24 L.I.F.E.; 1939-1942.
10 25 L.I.F.E.; 1943-1944.
10 26 L.I.F.E.; n.d.
10 27 Missions; 1926-1940.
10 28 Missions; n.d.
11 1 Mother's Day; 1924-1939.
11 2 New Year's; 1936-1943; n.d.
11 3 Patriotic; 1923-1936.
11 4 Patriotic; 1937-1939.
11 5 Patriotic; 1940-1941.
11 6 Patriotic; 1942-1944.
11 7 Patriotic; n.d.
11 8 Prayer; 1925-1932.
11 9 Prayer; 1934-1944.
11 10 Prayer; n.d.
11 11 Salvation; 1923.
11 12 Salvation; May-August 1924.
11 13 Salvation; September-December 1924.
11 14 Salvation; January-August 1925.
11 15 Salvation; October-December 1925.
11 16 Salvation; 1926.
11 17 Salvation; 1927.
11 18 Salvation; 1928.
11 19 Salvation; 1929.
11 20 Salvation; 1930-1931.
11 21 Salvation; 1932-1934.
11 22 Salvation; 1935-1936.
11 23 Salvation; 1937.
11 24 Salvation; 1938
11 25 Salvation; 1939-1940.
11 26 Salvation; 1941-1943.
11 27 Salvation; 1944.
12 1 Salvation; n.d.
12 2 Salvation; n.d.
12 3 Salvation; n.d.
12 4 Salvation; n.d.
12 5 Salvation; n.d.
12 6 Salvation; n.d.
12 7 Salvation; n.d.
12 8 Salvation; n.d.
12 9 Second Coming; 1924-1925.
12 10 Second Coming; 1926-1931.
12 11 Second Coming; 1932-1937.
12 12 Second Coming; 1938-1939.
12 13 Second Coming; 1940.
12 14 Second Coming; 1941-1944.
12 15 Second Coming; n.d.
12 16 Second Coming; n.d.
12 17 Song of Solomon; 1922-1925.
12 18 Song of Solomon; n.d.
12 19 Song of Solomon; n.d.
12 20 Tithing; 1924-1930.
12 21 Tithing; 1936-1942.
12 22 Tithing; n.d.
12 23 Types and Shadows; 1938; 1941
12 24 Types and Shadows; n.d.
12 25 Valentine; 1938; 1944; n.d.
12 26 Water Baptism; 1923-1926.
12 27 Water Baptism; 1927-1937.
12 28 Water Baptism; n.d.
13 1 Lorna Dee McPherson; 1931-1952.
Rolf K. McPherson
13 2 1931-1939.
13 3 1942-1944
13 4 January-June 1945
13 5 July-December 1945.
13 6 1946
13 7 1947
13 8 1948
13 9 1949
13 10 1950
13 11 1951
13 12 January-July 1952
13 13 August-December 1952.
13 14 1953
13 15 1954
25 1 Evangelistic campaign aids; n.d. (Duplicate of material from folder 5-2)
25 2 Miscellaneous; 1972-1973; n.d.
Sermon Notes
25 3 1938-April 1939 (duplicates of some material in folders 2-14 through 2-19)
25 4 May-August 1939 (duplicates of some material in folders 2-20 through 2-21A)
25 5 September-October 1939 (duplicates of some material in folders 2-22 through 2-24)
25 6 December 1939 (duplicates of some material in folder 2-25)
25 7 January-July 1940 (duplicates of some material in folders 2-26 through 2-32)
25 8 August-December 1940 (duplicates of some material in folders 2-33 through 2-37)
25 9 1941 (duplicates of some material in folders 3-1 through 3-10)
25 10 1942 (duplicates of some material in folders 3-11 through 3-20)
26 1 1943 (duplicates of some material in folders 3-21 through 3-27)
26 2 1944 (duplicates of some material in folders 3-28 through 3-32)
26 3 1945 (duplicates of some material in folders 3-33 through 4-2)
Sermon Transcripts
26 4 1923-1926.(duplicates of some material in folder 8-7)
26 5 Deeper Teaching; 1938-1939. (duplicates of some material in folder 8-15)
26 6 Foursquare; 1938-1944.(duplicates of some material in folder 8-23)
26 7 Growth - Service; n.d. (duplicates of some material in folder 9-15, or 9-16, or 9-17)
26 8 Growth - Service; n.d.(duplicates of some material in folder 9-15, or 9-16, or 9-17)
26 9 L.I.F.E.; n.d.(duplicates of some material in folder 10-26)
26 10 Salvation; 1937.(duplicates of some material in folder 11-23)
26 11 Second Coming; 1938-1939.(duplicates of some material in folder 12-12)
26 12 Tithing; 1924-1930. (duplicates of some material in folder 12-20)
26 13 Valentine; 1938; 1944; n.d. (duplicates of some material in folder 12-25)



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