Hear the Cry of Father and Son / [portraits from photographs of the two men, 3 x 2 and 2 1/2 x 2 inches] / Rev. A. G. Brown [and] Rev. T.E. Brown / Father and Son [cut of shaking hands, 3/8 x 1 inch] Hand in Hand / Going to battle against Sin at God's Command / Come! Come! Come! Come! / To Progressive Baptist Church / … / Oct. 11 to Oct. 25th, 1931 / The Lord has called for Another Great / Soul Saving Meeting / [followed by eight lines further describing the revival and the Rev. A.G. Brown].

[Chicago, IL]: The church, 1931. Broadside, 12 x 9 inches, printed in brown, the line "Soul Saving Meeting" emphasized with larger type. "Our Father Rev. A.G. Brown Will Be The Principal Speaker / He has been a successful pastor in the State of Miss. for more than 42 years." The younger Brown (1888-1968), born in Crystal Springs, Mississippi, migrated to Chicago in 1916, attended Bible college, and opened the Progressive Baptist Church in 1919; his father, Augustus Brown, began preaching at the Rose Hill Missionary Baptist Church in Natchez, Mississippi, in 1889, and was a minister in Brook Haven, Mississippi, at the time of this revival. Not recorded on OCLC. Some rubbing and soiling, a good copy. Folded (some tears, repaired with tape on verso). (8661). Item #61629

Price: $125.00

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