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In the 1904 assembly address book, there were two listings of "Southside Gospel Hall" on different streets.
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In the 1904 assembly address book, there were two listings of "Southside Gospel Hall" on different streets in Chicago, [[Illinois]]. The other [[Southside Gospel Hall, Halsted St, IL|Southside Gospel Hall]] met on Halsted St.
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In the third issue of the first year of [[The Barley Cake]], published by Donald Ross, there was an advertisement for meeting times and location of the assembly that met at the [[Union Park Gospel Hall, IL|Union Park Hall]].
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"The South Side meeting is at 2912 State St., at 10:30 A.M. to Bread Bread, 3 P.M. Conversational Meeting, 7:45 P.M. Gospel.  Other meetings are intimated on Lord's day."
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==Address==
 
==Address==
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===1881===
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* 2912 State Street, Chicago, IL
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===1904===
 
===1904===
6643 State Street, Chicago, IL
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* 6643 State Street, Chicago, IL
  
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
 
* [[1904 List of Some Meetings in the British Isles and Regions Beyond]]
 
* [[1904 List of Some Meetings in the British Isles and Regions Beyond]]
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* [[The Barley Cake]] 1881:3

Revision as of 03:05, 2 August 2020

In the 1904 assembly address book, there were two listings of "Southside Gospel Hall" on different streets in Chicago, Illinois. The other Southside Gospel Hall met on Halsted St.

In the third issue of the first year of The Barley Cake, published by Donald Ross, there was an advertisement for meeting times and location of the assembly that met at the Union Park Hall.

"The South Side meeting is at 2912 State St., at 10:30 A.M. to Bread Bread, 3 P.M. Conversational Meeting, 7:45 P.M. Gospel. Other meetings are intimated on Lord's day."


Address

1881

  • 2912 State Street, Chicago, IL

1904

  • 6643 State Street, Chicago, IL

Sources