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The Watchman Magazine, Ingathering Annual, For Humanity's Sake, Vol. XLVII, No. 11. Southern Publishing Association (Seventh-Day Adventist).Nashville, TN
 The Watchman Magazine, Ingathering Annual, For Humanity's Sake, Vol. XLVII, No. 11. Southern Publishing Association (Seventh-Day Adventist).Nashville, TN


 
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Product Code: 29018247

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James E. Shultz (Editor). The Watchman Magazine was started in 1905 and was published on a monthly basis by a group of Seventh-Day Adventists, with the only exception being the month of October, when an annual magazine was issued in addition to the monthly one. This item is the 1938 edition of that annual magazine, and is specifically Vol. XL VII, No. 11. It features illustrated covers, the front depicts a nurse surrounded by people begging for help with a globe in the background, and the back cover features a group of missionaries being warmly greeted by the natives on a tropical island with a large boat in the background. Throughout the magazine there are over thirty-five (35) printed photographs. The articles found within this edition are: 'A World-Wide Program for the Uplift of Humanity' (including 'A Day With Nurse Piatt at the Malamulo Leper Colony Nyasaland, Africa') by L. H. Christian, 'What Do Seventh Day Adventists Believe?' By Caryle B. Haynes, 'America a Foreign Mission Field' By H. O. Olsen, 'We Do Our Part' by M. N. Campbell, 'Among the Highlanders' by C. A. Russell, and 'Facts of Interest to the Public' by Steen Rasmussen. The majority of these focus on the missionary efforts of Seventh-Day Adventist both at home and abroad. 24 pgs. including illustrated wrappers. Staple bindings.  OCLC 10 (Apr. 2020) Measures 8 1/4" x 5 3/4".