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Little Light Bearers of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society

Citation

Blyth, Jack, “Little Light Bearers of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society,” Madison Historical, accessed November 25, 2020, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/784.

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Description

The photo features the Little Light Bearers of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the Collinsville Methodist Church.

Transcription

  • Back

    Little LIght Bearers of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society, Collinsville Methodist Church at their June, 1933 Party at the home of their leader, Mrs. Edward Allen on Cuba Lane. The Rev. Mr. O. B. Kinsey and Mrs. Kinsey are in the back row. Mrs. Allen is in the center of the group. Photo by Jack Blyth

    Women's Foreign Missionary Organization, Methodist Church Collinsville, Ill. June-1933

Subjects

  • Collinsville
  • children
  • churches
  • religion
  • culture

Creator

Blyth, Jack

Date

June 1933

Relevant Encyclopedia Article

Language

English

Type

  • Photograph

Format

  • Black and white photographic print
  • jpg

Original Format

photo

Coverage

  • Collinsville, Illinois

Identifier

  • CHM-P-0060
  • 1995_049_003
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