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"'Wanderer III, Shanghai, China' voyages America," North China Daily News 9/23/1934
"10,000 witness May Day festivities at Saints Industrial School", 1952
"12,000 miles across America," North China Daily News 9/21/1934
"Alarm spread yesterday when officers examining evacuees' baggage discovered knives wrapped in belongings of Kisuki Okasaki" -- caption on photograph
"April 1937. Christian hope magazine: 'an example for ministers' wives', [s.d.]
"Are you ready for the Lord's return?", notes for a sermon, [s.d.]
"Armistice Day observed in Shanghai," North China Daily News 11/19/1939
"Barracks To House Evacuated Japanese -- The first of 350 such barracks to house 10,000 Japanese evacuated from Southern California cities" -- caption on photograph
"Birmingham council women plan regional meeting", 1952
"Birmingham Metropolitan Council Publicity Committee", ca. 1952
"Bishop Charles Harrison Mason and those sanctified women", COGIC scholar's forum, 2002
"Charcoal burning truck is making transport cheap," Shanghai Times 9/25/1935
"Christian science: a soul danger." Roker tracts, no. 9, [s.d.]
"Christian women and changing times", notes for a sermon, [s.d.]
"Chuang qiche luxing quan Mei xin jilu," Xinwen bao 9/21/1934
"COGIC: 50 years of progress in California", notes for a lecture, 1984?
"Coming events" & "Round up", 1949
"Construction Pushed On Japanese Community" -- caption on photograph
"Crowding around special bus on Bush St. are some of the first local Japs being evacuated from the city to new assembly center at Tanforan Race Track.  Soldiers in group acted as escorts" -- capt...
"De Fight For Truth", May – June, 1970, vol 5, no. 22
"Efficacy of prayer", notes for a sermon, [s.d.]
"Empty today is the Koyasan Beikoku Betsuin Buddhist Temple, hidden in an alley off First street.  Its altar, shipped from Japan, is work thousands of dollars."--caption on photograph
"Faith", [s.d.]
"Family's 12,000 miles jaunt across U.S. in modern covered wagon," Shanghai Sunday Times 9/16/1934
"First Aid for Enoshima Maru Survivors" -- caption on photograph
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