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00697

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The location of this photo is not certain. It appears to be northwestern Burma (Myanmar), or Southern Thailand.
Year:
1964  Country: THA  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:26:07
scene radio


Image Size:   
950 x 637
File Size:  615 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36057
00698

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FEBC missionary Hann Browne is a member of the Malcanang Press Corps, representing DZAS. Here he enjoys a light moment during a press conference with President Ferdinand Marcos. See also #699.
Year:
1967  Country: PHL  Updated: 2006-01-18 15:41:20
celebrity news


Image Size:   
950 x 635
File Size:  596 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36065
00699

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Hann Brown, member of the Malacanang press corps, interviews a Philippine military General for DZAS.
Year:
1967  Country: PHL  Updated: 2006-01-18 15:40:27
news missionary


Image Size:   
950 x 640
File Size:  552 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36066
00700

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The FEBC-Thailand staff in Bangkok. Leon and Doris Gold.
Year:
1965  Country: PHL  Set: 8  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:26:54
staff


Image Size:   
950 x 644
File Size:  609 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36109
00701

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Rev. Anacleto Lacanilao (in foreground) and family at home. Rev. Lacanilao and his family are leaders in the Philippine Christian community. Rev. Lacanilao himself is on staff with FEBC, along with son Justino. He also is pastor of FEBC-related Sambahan sa Nayon (Church of the People) in the Karuhatan community.
Year:
1950  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:27:08
staff


Image Size:   
950 x 646
File Size:  955 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36232
00702

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Each year at Easter time, at a location to the north of Manila, flagelantes attempt to atone for their sins (or repay God for an unusual stroke of luck), by whipping themselves bloody in a public display of devotion. Hundred of onlookers gather to watch the awful event. Some "penitents" are even crucified. The pageant was begun in the 16th century when Spain occupied the Philippines with its cruel form of Roman Catholicism, and the "pageant" continues into the 21st century. The photographs in this collection were taken from 1948 onward, by a variety of FEBC missionary photographers who could hardly believe their eyes, and who were eager to share the images with supporters back home as a demonstration of why the message of God's love needed to come to Asia.
Year:
1953  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:51:17
religion scene


Image Size:   
950 x 648
File Size:  799 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36264
00703

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A flagelante takes a swig of beer (or stronger) to hopefully alleviate the pain of the whipping he is about to endure. See #702 for an explanation of this Philippine "pageant."
Year:
1953  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:51:34
religion scene


Image Size:   
950 x 646
File Size:  756 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36255
00704

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A crucified flagelante. A translation of the sign from a non-Tagalog dialect: ING CABALDUCAN -- This time (ang panahong ito); NING INRI - This King of the Jews; API - oppressed (as in inaapi); DANUM - water; HANGIN - air; GABUN - soil. See #702 for an explanation of this Philippine Easter "pageant."
Year:
1953  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:51:49
religion scene


Image Size:   
950 x 644
File Size:  349 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36208
00705

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Flagelantes clean themselves up afterward. See #702 for an explanation of this Philippine "pageant."
Year:
1953  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:51:58
religion scene


Image Size:   
950 x 635
File Size:  987 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36270
00706

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A penitente lies postrate after whipping himself bloody. See #702 for an explanation of this Philippine "pageant."
Year:
1953  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:52:10
religion scene


Image Size:   
950 x 648
File Size:  882 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36246
00707

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A penitente flogs himself. See #702 for an explanation of this Philippine "pageant."
Year:
1953  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:52:25
religion scene


Image Size:   
950 x 658
File Size:  773 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36201
00708

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A PM radio in a local barrio in the Philippines. The February 1951 Broadcaster captions this photo: "This PM (Portable Missionary) ministers to a barrio of 500. Two men from this barrio traveled down to DZAS to tell of their acceptance of Christ as ther Personal Savior." See image #30 for a wider view of the yard.
Year:
1950  Country: PHL  Set: 9  Updated: 2008-08-05 22:11:17
barrio PM-radio


Image Size:   
620 x 900
File Size:  839 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36277
00709

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Not much information can be found to go along with this image, although there are many photos of the occasion in the FEBC-LM collection. Identifiable; Rev. Isabelo Montejo (lower left, head of PM department); Billy Reames (in back, also working with the PM department); Rev. Rudi Esperanza (atop the radio pyramid, District Superintendent of the Assemblies of God). The man smiling on the right appears to be Rev. Dr. Santiago Cruspero, FEBC board member. The predominant PM is for DZB2 which broadcasts on the tropical band, suggesting the PMs are destined for an area far from Manila.
Year:
1950  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:29:21
PM-radio staff DZB2 cooperation


Image Size:   
950 x 643
File Size:  655 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36390
00710

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A worker in the PM department shows Robert Bowman the battery supply for the latest model. The original models (in the brown boxes) needed a large dry cell battery which was impossible to obtain anywhere in the Provinces. Newer models were more efficient, using flashlight batteries which could be purchased at any Sari-Sari store.
Year:
1953  Country: PHL  Set: 1  Updated: 2006-02-20 03:36:57
founder PM-radio


Image Size:   
950 x 646
File Size:  743 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36281
00711

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A tribe in northern Luzon sent a gift of these vegetables to FEBC in appreciation for the PM radio placed in their village. Rev. Isabelo Montejo, head of PM department. Image #145 is related to this photo.
Year:
1951  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:20:54
PM-radio tribal


Image Size:   
900 x 626
File Size:  710 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36278
00712

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Appears to be a small gathering of believers. The DZAS PM radio is visible on the table in front (another radio is on a shelf). Rev. Isabelo Montejo is leading the service. Perhaps the radio is being "dedicated" for service in a local barrio.
Year:
1955  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:21:24
PM-radio radio


Image Size:   
950 x 642
File Size:  581 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36282
00713

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It is quite common for a photograph of the recipients to be taken whenever a PM-radio is placed. Very often the person receiving the radio is a believer who wants his family or whole barrio to hear the gospel. In 1950, only 5 years after war's end hardly any people living outside major cities have electricity, much less radios. Portable radios are unheard of. FEBC's idea of a portable radio was ingenious, its radios were in great demand, and thousands of people heard the gospel and believed.
Year:
1950  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:21:44
PM-radio


Image Size:   
950 x 644
File Size:  766 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36279
00714

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People listen to a PM radio in a public setting. The expressions of surprise are because radios are rare in this region. The radio is set to receive DZH8, shortwave, suggesting that the location (probably coastal), is remote from Manila where DZAS-AM could easily be heard.
Year:
1953  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:21:56
PM-radio DZH8


Image Size:   
950 x 631
File Size:  536 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36283
00715

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Leon Gold, director for FEBC Thailand, stands with a group of people in the countryside. The full story of the photograph is not recorded; however, the radio may be a gift to believers. The building in the background may be a local church.
Year:
1959  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:22:11
PM-radio missionary


Image Size:   
950 x 654
File Size:  877 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36287
00716

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People gather in a Manila fabric store to hear the gospel on DZAS by means of a PM radio.
Year:
1954  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:22:32
PM-radio


Image Size:   
950 x 639
File Size:  623 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36284
00717

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A display of new Phillips PM radios. The PM Club signs were made of rehabilitated 30 inch aluminum recording discs, as can be determined by the holes in the center.
Year:
1960  Country: PHL  Set: 1  Updated: 2006-02-20 03:37:15
PM-radio


Image Size:   
950 x 661
File Size:  654 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36288
00718

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In the latter years of the PM program more sophisticated radio sets were utilized for distribution outside the Philippines, to take advantage of the many bands and frequencies that FEBC was broadcasting on.
Year:
1960  Country: PHL  Set: 1  Updated: 2008-08-05 22:11:55
PM-radio missionary


Image Size:   
950 x 551
File Size:  933 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36285
00719

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DZAS PM-radio cabinets ready from the woodshop, for electronics installation.
Year:
1949  Country: PHL  Set: 1  Updated: 2008-08-04 19:14:36
PM-radio


Image Size:   
950 x 651
File Size:  925 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36292
00720

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One of the earliest FEBC photos of a Filipino family listening to a radio (DZAS, no doubt). Note the various types of flooring and the kerosene/gas lamp. Electricity was rare in rural/suburban homes in the period following the War.
Year:
1959  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:44:18
radio listener scene


Image Size:   
950 x 705
File Size:  571 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36289
00721

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A family poses with their precious possession..a radio. The older lady wears a traditional terno made of pineapple fiber (pinya).
Year:
1948  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:30:12
radio scene children


Image Size:   
950 x 659
File Size:  531 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36293
00722

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A small congregation of church-goers poses with the radio that often acts as preacher. See also #103.
Year:
1954  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:23:17
church PM-radio


Image Size:   
950 x 704
File Size:  391 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM36290
00723

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Surrounded by FEBC staff, a new PM holder gets instruction in the use of the new radio. Max Atienza on the right. (See #148)
Year:
1950  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:44:51
PM-radio staff


Image Size:   
950 x 652
File Size:  728 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM36294
00724

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Rev. Anacleto Lacanilao, secretary of the Tagalog department of FEBC Manila, interacts with a pony ride vendor at Tagaytay. He is possibly advertising DZAS by playing the radio and handing out schedules and gospel literature.
Year:
1951  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:30:25
PM-radio staff


Image Size:   
606 x 900
File Size:  373 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36291
00725

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Photo essay: The arrival of a PM radio in a suburban or remote barrio is always a major event in the 1950's. A PM radio is delivered to "Barrio Banducan." A photo essay using black and white photography and color slides (set 9), covering delivery to listening.
Year:
1952  Country: PHL  Set: 9  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:45:41
PM-radio barrio


Image Size:   
950 x 664
File Size:  630 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36500
00726

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FEBC staff member poses with a new PM holder outside the CRCM electronic shop. Note the antenna wire, suggesting that this man lives some distance from Manila. See #1494
Year:
1950  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2009-09-29 20:00:54
PM-radio staff


Image Size:   
950 x 1028
File Size:  457 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36299
00727

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Enyong del Rosario is the CRCM woodworker, carpenter, cabinetmaker (and barber). One of the original FEBC local staff, here he sands a new PM cabinet. See also #92, 131.
Year:
1950  Country: PHL  Set: 1  Updated: 2006-02-19 01:16:48
staff PM-radio


Image Size:   
950 x 654
File Size:  270 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36298
00728

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A center for handling PM radio repairs, and follow up visits to villages responding to the broadcasts. Robert Bowman shakes hands with a clinic staff member. Black and white print of similar view is #1442.
Year:
1950  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:30:46
founder PM-radio


Image Size:   
1588 x 1088
File Size:  936 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36296
00729

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On the transparency is written: "Mrs. Greg Tingson, Jaro, Iloilo City." Iloilo City is on Panay Island, some 450 kilometers to the south of Manila, where at nightime DZAS could be heard well in the 1950's before the airwaves became crowded with stations. Rev. Greg Tingson became one of the Philippines' most well-known evangelists.
Year:
1950  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:31:25
PM-radio listener


Image Size:   
950 x 639
File Size:  356 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36301
00730

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This transparency is inscribed: "PM holder who used radio to win people to the Lord. Pastor of Methodist Church, Buki(d?), Aparri, Cagayan." Aparri is in the extreme north of Luzon, approximately 400 kilometers in a straight line from Manila. Pastors, especially those in remote regions, benefit greatly from the new Christian radio station.
Year:
1955  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:25:06
PM-radio church


Image Size:   
950 x 648
File Size:  316 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36302
00731

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An wonderful shot of a PM radio as it is about to be put into use in a remote Philippine mountain tribe. Unsure of particular tribe or location, but note women smoking cigars and pipes. Some information is covered up by an ID label on the slide frame, and could be retrieved.
Year:
1953  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:32:02
tribal PM-radio DZB2


Image Size:   
950 x 647
File Size:  331 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36303
00732

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The slide is marked "Evelyn Hatchet." Other information may be under an ID sticker on the cardboard slide frame. The group is possibly a school or church school under the care of the aforenamed missionary. The radio set for tropical SW band DZB2 indicates the location is remote from Manila.
Year:
1951  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:25:32
children PM-radio DZB2


Image Size:   
950 x 664
File Size:  384 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36304
00733

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Norman Blake and local staff member at work putting electronics in the PM radio cabinets constructed in the adjacent woodshop.
Year:
1953  Country: PHL  Set: 1  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:25:46
PM-radio staff missionary


Image Size:   
950 x 661
File Size:  330 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36305
00734

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A family proudly displays its new PM radio as friends look on.
Year:
1955  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:26:03
PM-radio barrio


Image Size:   
950 x 679
File Size:  325 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36307
00735

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A PM radio sits on a coffin while mourners pay respects to the deceased.
Year:
1955  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:28:48
PM-radio scene


Image Size:   
950 x 648
File Size:  310 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36309
00736

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A craftsman listens to the radio while at work.
Year:
1960  Country: THA  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:32:25
radio listener


Image Size:   
950 x 647
File Size:  388 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36310
00737

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In order to respond to the demand for follow up materials created by the distribution of thousands of PM radio sets, literature packets like these were assembled by FEBC.
Year:
1960  Country: PHL  Set: 1  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:29:12
PM-radio literature


Image Size:   
950 x 643
File Size:  337 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36308
00738

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A family benefits from the Bible lessons heard on the radio.
Year:
1955  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:32:48
PM-radio Bible


Image Size:   
950 x 653
File Size:  520 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36316
00739

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The PM has a prominent place in the home.
Year:
1955  Country: PHL  Set: 28  Updated: 2008-08-26 09:34:01
PM-radio


Image Size:   
597 x 900
File Size:  466 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36312
00740

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A family gathers around a PM radio to study the Bible.
Year:
1955  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:29:51
Bible PM-radio


Image Size:   
950 x 662
File Size:  457 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36313
00741

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People gather outside a barrio home to hear the gospel on a PM radio. Since these barrios rarely have electricity, a radio of any kind is a novelty. A good view of the classic Philippine Nipa construction.
Year:
1951  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2011-01-07 20:05:24
PM-radio barrio scene


Image Size:   
850 x 588
File Size:  648 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: Slide Binders - 35227
00742

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A "PM Club" follow up meeting takes place with standing room only. The radio hangs from the window. An unidentified musician performs with trumpet and accordion simultaneously! The white-shirted men are undoubtedly ministers ready to share the gospel. The location is uncertain, but appears to be a rural barrio.
Year:
1960  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2012-06-09 22:03:40
PM-radio music


Image Size:   
630 x 950
File Size:  543 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36319
00743

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Rev. Bauzon carries his PM radio into various communities. See #80 for details.
Year:
1954  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:30:17
PM-radio


Image Size:   
950 x 634
File Size:  549 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36331
00744

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Many PM radios are placed in hospitals.
Year:
1954  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-28 17:30:38
hospital


Image Size:   
950 x 650
File Size:  448 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36327
00745

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The dial of one version of PM radios.
Year:
1958  Country: PHL  Set: 1  Updated: 2006-02-19 01:03:30
equipment PM-radio


Image Size:   
950 x 644
File Size:  446 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36330
00746

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Students of the Bible School of the Air (BSA) listen to the lessons on the PM radio. The BSA eventually enrolled over one million students. See also #313 and #770.
Year:
1955  Country: PHL  Set: 21  Updated: 2006-06-07 11:31:54
PM-radio Bible


Image Size:   
950 x 683
File Size:  470 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36329
00747

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Rev. Isabelo Montejo, head of the PM department at Manila, shows the latest PM model. Behind him a map indicating where some of the 3000 radios have been placed.
Year:
1960  Country: PHL  Set: 1  Updated: 2006-02-19 01:03:54
PM-radio


Image Size:   
606 x 900
File Size:  397 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36320
00748

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The community of Batia, Bocaue, Bulacan, a scant 14 miles north of Manila, was a center of Hukbalahap (communist guerilla) activity until a rebel commander heard the gospel on the radio and believed. The community ultimately became loyal to the Philippine government and a Christian community rose up.
Year:
1955  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:33:56
listener scene


Image Size:   
950 x 651
File Size:  396 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36334
00749

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Photo essay: A PM radio arrives in a remote barrio. A PM radio is delivered to a rural barrio. A photo essay using black and white photography and color slides (set 9), covering delivery of the radio set, to the village listening. listening.
Year:
1952  Country: PHL  Set: 9  Updated: 2008-05-31 20:53:51
PM-radio barrio


Image Size:   
950 x 644
File Size:  476 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36337
00750

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Sambahan sa Nayon is a church in the Karuhatan neighborhood which sprang up as a result of FEBC's ministry nearby. Rev. Anacleto Lacanilao on the right, is pastor of the church, and head of the Tagalog Department of FEBC.
Year:
1952  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-09-03 11:34:08
church scene


Image Size:   
950 x 648
File Size:  791 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 36338


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