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01883

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Advertisement for a special missionary meeting in Sierra Madre, California. Venue: Bethany Church. Newspaper: Pasadena Independent, July 25, 1959.
Year:
1959  Country: USA  Updated: 2013-05-29 20:36:46
deputation promotion newspaper


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500 x 355
File Size:  132 k
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01886

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Arthur K. Knowles represents FEBC in Port Angeles, Washington. The FEBC film "Voice in the Night" was shown. Venue: Christian Evangelical church. Newspaper: Port Angeles Evening News, March 23, 1959.
Year:
1959  Country: USA  Updated: 2013-05-29 20:43:34
deputation promotion newspaper


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204 x 666
File Size:  146 k
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01912

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Newspaper ad for an FEBC meeting with Arthur Knowles in Van Nuys (California). The film "They live again," will be shown. Venue: Van Nuys Missionary Church, January 15, 1959.
Year:
1959  Country: USA  Updated: 2013-05-30 11:40:54
promotion newspaper


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536 x 1120
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01950

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Dr. H. J. Pugmire speaks on behalf of FEBC at a church in Williamsburg (Iowa). Dr. Herbert J. Pugmire of Winona Lake, Indiana, was named head of the Bible Conference Department of FEBC on September 8, 1958 and represented FEBC in church and conference meetings in the Midwest of the U.S. Dr. Pugmire, originally from the U.K., was a highly respected and knowledgeable Bible teacher. Venue: Fundamental Gospel church of Williamsburg. Newspaper: The Journal-Tribune and Shopper, Consolidated, May 28, 1959.
Year:
1959  Country: USA  Updated: 2013-05-31 12:00:55
promotion newspaper


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466 x 723
File Size:  235 k
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01951

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Arthur Knowles represents FEBC in Seal Beach (California). Venue: First Assembly of God Church. Newspaper: Long Beach Independent, August 8, 1959.
Year:
1959  Country: USA  Updated: 2013-05-24 11:10:52
promotion newspaper


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466 x 579
File Size:  250 k
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01956

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William Roberts represents FEBC in Long Beach (California). The film "They Live Again" is shown. Venue: First Assembly of God. Newspaper: Long Beach Independent, May 2, 1959.
Year:
1959  Country: USA  Updated: 2013-05-24 11:25:28
promotion newspaper


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520 x 854
File Size:  293 k
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01964

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Hann Browne represents FEBC in Fort Pierce (Florida). Venue: Christian Missionary Alliance Church. Newspaper: News-Tribune, June 23, 1959.
Year:
1959  Country: USA  Updated: 2013-05-24 15:27:10
promotion newspaper


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307 x 634
File Size:  184 k
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01996

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Riley and family promote FEBC in northern California. Venue: Bethel Assembly of God church, Marysville (California). Newspaper: Appeal-Democrat, August 15, 1959.
Year:
1959  Country: USA  Updated: 2013-05-29 18:07:05
deputation promotion newspaper


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273 x 799
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02005

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Robert Bowman speaks to the Altadena (California) Rotary Club. Venue: Altadena Town and Country Club. Newspaper: Pasadena Independent, August 27, 1959.
Year:
1959  Country: USA  Updated: 2013-06-06 17:29:59
promotion newspaper


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351 x 206
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00194

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The KGEI transmitter and studio building. Building was constructed in 1940 by General Electric, and was designed with thick concrete walls to withstand the possibility of bombing.
Year:
1960  Country: USA  Set: 19  Updated: 2006-06-01 13:12:46
KGEI facility


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941 x 740
File Size:  421 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00206

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The KGEI 50kW transmitter, like many early transmitters, cooled its final tubes in water jackets. It required a massive water pumping system. Part of the system included a large copper tank under the transmitter where from where the water was drawn, after passing through a radiator in another part of the building. Most modern transmitters now use the vapor cooling method which only requires a radiator to recover steam as water and return it to the transmitter.
Year:
1960  Country: USA  Set: 29  Updated: 2008-08-05 21:53:42
KGEI equipment


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580 x 717
File Size:  242 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00209

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A view of the KGEI antenna field looking toward the northwest. The curtain arrays were for broadcasts to Latin America on 126 degrees. The center of the signal would pass through Mexico City, Quito, and Buenos Aires. The reverse (306) would pass directly through Tokyo and on to Manila. The taller towers belong to local NBC station KNBR.
Year:
1960  Country: USA  Set: 30  Updated: 2008-08-07 13:25:57
KGEI equipment


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714 x 573
File Size:  203 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00316

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Aerial view of CRCM’s 12 acres. The DZAS antenna sports a "hat," intended to increase the radiated power of the signal. Most short wave antennas have been dismantled and transferred to the new Bocaue site. The organized layout of the trees in the central portion are in fact an orchard laid out by the pre-war owner, and include Santol, Mabolo, Chico, Guava, Balambing, Star Apple, Mango and Casoy (Cashew) trees. FEBC made every effort to preserve the orchard and laid out many of the buildings in such a way to avoid removal of trees. [A publicity photo with a built-in label].
Year:
1960  Country: PHL  Updated: 2011-01-13 19:42:35
CRCM facility equipment aerial


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939 x 746
File Size:  537 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00380

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Eric and Marileen Parsons' prayer card.
Year:
1960  Country: USA  Set: 23  Updated: 2006-11-01 11:40:33
missionary


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510 x 896
File Size:  237 k
Original: Paper document
Stored: La Mirada
00421

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FEBC-Okinawa staff pose at site for construction of new facilities for KSDX and KSAB. Identified staff-Front row: Jack Brooks,-,Kinjo-san, Jim Dresbach, David Wilkinson, Matsukawa-san,-,-,-,David Hudson, George Littman; Back row: Bob Kellum, Mary Lue Brooks, Esther Kellum, Georgalyn Wilkinson, Connie Dresbach,-,-,-,-,-,Shirley Hudson, Janie and Billy Reames.
Year:
1960  Country: JPN  Set: 32  Updated: 2010-12-28 10:39:31
facility staff KSAB KSDX


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953 x 742
File Size:  439 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00503

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Control room, FEBC Manila. Note use of LPs and 1/4 inch reel to reel tapes...a program for Back to the Bible is up for playing.
Year:
1960  Country: PHL  Set: 7  Updated: 2008-08-31 20:56:44
equipment


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994 x 794
File Size:  599 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00513

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KGEI staff in 1960, posed in front of GE 50kw transmitter. Back row (l.-r.)Carl Lawrence, Richard Bronson, Dick Jones, -,-,. Front: Lucia Escalante, Lillian Russell, Jorge Escalante, Hugo Escalante, Clyde Hull. FEBC operated KGEI from 1960 to 1995. Special note: Dick Jones was the son of Clarence Jones, founder of world's first missionary radio station, HCJB.
Year:
1960  Country: USA  Set: 8  Updated: 2008-08-25 10:36:45
staff celebrity


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948 x 721
File Size:  384 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00516

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The Philippine carabao was the main "farm vehicle" until hand-held motor-driven tractors were introduced by the Japanese in the 1970's. Among southeast Asian water buffaloes, the carabao was the largest and sported magnificent horns. In later years, the size of the animals diminished.
Year:
1960  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 20:58:07
scene


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994 x 806
File Size:  558 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00604

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June 2-3, 1960 a fire destroyed the studios of KSAB/KSDX, Naha, Okinawa.
Year:
1960  Country: JPN  Updated: 2010-10-28 15:07:23
tragedy KSAB KSDX


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950 x 744
File Size:  434 k
Original: Black & white Print
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00606

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Naha, Okinawa newspaper reports KSAB/KSDX studio fire, June 2-3, 1960.
Year:
1960  Country: JPN  Updated: 2013-05-05 20:34:51
disaster KSAB KSDX


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499 x 409
File Size:  208 k
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00677

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Thai tribal family at dinner, 1960. Photographer: Byrd H. Brunemeier, FEBC radio engineer.
Year:
1960  Country: THA  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 11:55:19
tribal scene


Image Size:   
950 x 600
File Size:  528 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 35906
00689

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A group of Thailand tribal ladies apparently take reading lessons. Photographer: Byrd H. Brunemeier.
Year:
1960  Country: THA  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 11:56:43
tribal scene


Image Size:   
950 x 636
File Size:  622 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 35910
00678

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Thailand tribal village. The ladies appear to be producing some kind of fabric for sale in the market. Photographer: Byrd H. Brunemeier, FEBC radio engineer.
Year:
1960  Country: THA  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 11:55:28
tribal scene


Image Size:   
950 x 645
File Size:  765 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 35908
00680

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Mountain tribal village in Thailand, 1960. Photographer: Byrd H. Brunemeier, FEBC radio engineer.
Year:
1960  Country: THA  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 11:56:09
tribal scene


Image Size:   
950 x 642
File Size:  899 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 35907


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