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Wheaton College 2005

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The Tabernacle's impact in the Jazz Age can't be separated from Rader, because it was an extension of his faith, dreams, and commitment. It reflected his vitality and bore marks of his weakness.
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Cover illustration (unknown illustrator) from the December 1931 issue of World-Wide Christian Courier, showing some of the ministries of the Tabernacle. This issue described several of the Tabernacle's programs in detail.
click to see enlargement, from Accession 97-59, Box 5
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from Accession 97-59, Box 5 from PF: Rader, Daniel Paul from Collection 285, audio tape T1
Courier
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One of the last
photos of Rader
Torrey Johnson
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Wheaton College 2005