Lipscomb & Sewell

Lipscomb & Sewell

Some weeks ago I searched the Gospel Advocate for 1889 looking, of course, for CEWD, and saw this ad for Lipscomb & Sewell Printers/Publishers.  It takes up about half of the back page of the paper and ran in several issues.  Thought you’d like to see it.  The illustration  has at 6 or more classes going on simultaneously.  No “education wing” here.

Now, the archivist in me wants to find and preserve this Sunday School material (at least 4 varities here in 1889); the theologian in me wants to read it to see what was taught; and the historian in me wants to situate it in its contexts.

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