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item 3: from Collection 29, box 2, folder 1
Newsletter (four pages), "The Billy Sunday Campaign in New York." February 1, 1917. Sunday’s campaign was the culmination of city union meetings up to that time. Services were held from April 8 through June 19, 1917, at a specially built tabernacle at the corner of 168th Street and Broadway. The campaign committee included many of the social and business leaders of the city, and the event was covered extensively in the newspapers. An estimated one million people attended the services and more than 98,000 conversions were claimed. See enlarged version.
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