[Pentecostal History]

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Mitchell, Dr. Henry H. Interview of Willie Ella Asberry With E.P. Mitchell and Jack Catherill of Sacramento Side 1, Rev. Woody at 216 N. Bonny Brae Side two

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Dr. Henry Mitchell interviews several people associated with the Pentecostal movement and the Azusa street revival.

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00:00:05 Audio begins with Dr. Henry Mitchell and an unidentified male and female having a conversation about their father in law.

00:02:05 Dr. Henry Mitchell asks what church did Ella Asberry’s folks belong to before the prayer meeting and Ella Asberry responds by stating Second Baptist.

00:08:07 Dr. Mitchell asks question about Rev. Seymour, and Ella talks about Rev. Seymour and the baptism of the Holy Ghost.

00:13:40 Dr. Mitchell asks when the first healing takes place.

00:23:20 Dr. Mitchell asks about tongue speaking.

00:33:03 Dr. Mitchell talks about building at the Azusa street building.

00:44:34 Talks about C.H. Mason seminary at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta.

00:52:39 Roy Woody gives his name to Dr. Mitchell.

00:58:53 Dr. Mitchell talks about how white Pentecostals return to Azusa Street.

01:14:27 Audio ends.


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