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Union Park Gospel Hall meetings were advertised, along with Southside Gospel Hall, State St, IL, both in Chicago, Illinois at the end of the 1881-3 issue of The Barley Cake.

"We are requested to insert that Christians gathered to the name of Jesus meet in the Union Park Hall, 517, W. Madison St., on Lord's day at 10:30 A.M. to break bread, 2 P.M. Bible Class, 3 P.M. Expository Teaching, 7:45 P.M. Gospel. Bible reading on Thursday evening at 7:45. Other meetings intimated on Lord's day."

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  • The very first year (1881:March, 3rd issue) of The Barley Cake, a Chicago-based assembly news magazine published by Donald Ross, succeeded by "Our Record", then by "Assembly Annals". The Barley Cake is the earliest assembly news magazine published in the U.S.