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|Named Person:||Dwight Lyman Moody; Ira David Sankey|
|Material Type:||Graphic, Original artwork|
|Document Type:||Visual material, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Alvah Walker
|Notes:||Text on side of handbill with portraits reads: "Full reports of Mr. Moody's Sermons and Prayer Meeting Talks in the Great Boston Tabernacle, beginning January 28th, and graphic and truthful descriptions of the services and inquiry meetings will be given in the Boston Daily Globe ..."
The Moody and Sankey Tabernacle was a temporary structure erected for the 1877 revival meetings on Tremont Street, between Berkeley and Clarendon, in Boston's South End neighborhood. The building held 6,000 people and the prayer meeting drew large crowds.
Signed in the block on Tabernacle engraving: C.A. Walker.
|Description:||1 handbill on wove paper : wood engravings, b&w ; sheet 13 x 16 cm.|
- Moody, Dwight Lyman, -- 1837-1899 -- Portraits.
- Sankey, Ira David, -- 1840-1908 -- Portraits.
- Globe Newspaper Co.
- Moody and Sankey Tabernacle (Boston, Mass.) -- Pictorial works.
- Evangelicalism -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Pictorial works.
- Revivals -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Pictorial works.
- South End (Boston, Mass.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. -- Pictorial works.