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Billy Sunday and Friends

Description: Script at bottom of postcard reads, "The Sunday Party."
Th Sunday Party is the term that was used to describe the staff that was required to put on a campaign. There were advanced people who handled local arrangments and tabernacle construction; those who handled special ministries to men and women; the musicians; and those who handled the follow up details. This image also includes members of the Sunday family. Daughter Helen (b. 1890) is seated to the left of her father; Paul (b. 1907) is sitting on his father's lap. Ma is seated with George (b. 1892) on the right. Billy Jr. (b. 1901) is seated on the floor.
Created by: C. U. Williams, Bloomington, Ill.
Source: http://palni.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15705coll8/id/117
Collection: Grace College - Winona Lake Postcards
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