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The Collection consists of a scrapbook kept by Alice Gage, full of clippings from magazines and newspapers on the celebrated comings and goings of Sister Aimee Semple McPherson, as well as collected ephemera such as a postcard and a photo signed by Aimee. The Scrapbook emphasizes Aimee’s use of the media, beginning with a clipping announcing her starring role in a “talky,” and ending with a much publicized trip to the Holy Landby Aimee and her daughter. The entire June 1930 issue of Bridal Call is included in the scrapbook. A sacred opera written by Aimee, Regem Adorate (Worship the King) is also part of the scrapbook. The collection also includes a number of Sister McPherson’s books and pamphlets and books related to her ministry, listed below.

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