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  • HCDL-ngp-C003-08-002_u.jpg

    This is a photograph of a Tabernacle meeting at the Episcopal Church, 114 South Walnut, at the corner of Sibley Street & South Walnut Street, Howell, Michigan.
    The tabernacle was a temporary structure built under the direction of Mr. Chubb for a series of Union Revival Services conducted by Evangelist Dr. Bromley. They arrived by train from New Martinsville, West Virginia at the end of February and daily services were conducted. On March 23, 1915, they departed while people sang "When the roll is called up yonder". Attendance at the first services was around 900 with numbers growing with each service. The Tabernacle was taken down after the last services.

    The names of the persons in this photograph are unknown.  The roof of the Episcopal Church is visible.

    View articles about the tabernacle and Dr. Bromley (in library use only).
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