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Collection Azusa Street Revival Collection
Catalog Number 2000.91.5
Accession number 2000.91.5
Object Name Article
Title The 1906 Azusa Street Revival -
This Phenomenon has Worldwide Impact 82 Years Later
Scope & Content This article discusses many events leading up to W.J. Seymour being discovered and invited to be the Pastor of the Azusa Street Mission. The meetings and services went from a mission, to a home, and then to Azusa Street. Robeck says, "While it is more or less possible to date the beginning of this revival with the founding of the mission, the end of the revival is more elusive."
People Cecil M. Robeck, Jr.
William J. Seymour
Charles G. Finney
F.B. Meyer
Evan Roberts
S.B. Shaw
Wm. F. Manley
Joseph Smale
Julia W. Hutchins
Mrs. Neely Terry
Charles Parham
Edward S. Lee
Jennie Evans
John G. Lake
F.F. Bosworth
Tom Hezmalhalch
Arthur Osterberg
Frank Bartleman
A.H. Post
Edward McCauley
Thomas Junk
Ophelia Wiley
Abundio and Rosa de Lopez
Search Terms Los, Angeles
Azusa Street revival
Chicago, Illinois