Report of the Work of the Eighteenth Year of the Pacific Garden Mission Ending September 15th, 1895

Pacific Garden Mission. 1895.

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Founded in 1877 in Chicago’s notorious “Levee,” the Pacific Garden Mission intended to convert the red-light district’s visitors to evangelical Christianity. Their annual reports chronicled the Mission’s evangelization efforts.

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Image of Report of the Work of the Eighteenth Year of the Pacific Garden Mission Ending September 15th, 1895
Image of Report of the Work of the Eighteenth Year of the Pacific Garden Mission Ending September 15th, 1895
Image of Report of the Work of the Eighteenth Year of the Pacific Garden Mission Ending September 15th, 1895
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Metadata Details
Item Type Book
Title Report of the Work of the Eighteenth Year of the Pacific Garden Mission Ending September 15th, 1895
Short Title Pacific Garden Mission Report, 1895
Place of Publication Chicago
Publisher Wm. H. Dietz
Creator Pacific Garden Mission
Publication Date 1895
Number of Pages pp. 2–4, 11–12
Call Number D8896.16
Location General Collections 2nd Floor