[History of the Worker’s Meetings] (audio)
The History of the Workers Meeting In Georgia, Part I
Bishop J. Howard Dell Collection
In this partial recording, Dell talks about the history of the worker’s meeting, starting in 1949. He states that the meetings met in various areas such as Soperton, Columbus, Dublin, and Albany, through the 50s and 60s. He talks about raising money and the churches need to buy real estate for an investment. He talks about buying the West End Christian church in 1971.
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Dell, J. Howard, "[History of the Worker’s Meetings] (audio)" (1970). J. Howard Dell Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 99.
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