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    • First Assembly House

    • Church of God; Religious meetings; Religious facilities;
    • R.G. Spurling (right) and W.F. Bryant (left) stand in front of the J.C. Murphy home the sight of the First Assembly for the Church of God (Cleveland, TN) located at Camp Creek, North Carolina.
    • 8th Annual Assembly of the Church of God, 1913

    • Church of God; Religious facilities; Religious meetings; Religious services;
    • This picutre of the 8th Annual Assembly of the Church of God was held in 1913 at North Cleveland Church of God (Cleveland, TN). The people gathered outside are delegates to the assembly. The Assembly was hosted here from 1908 through 1915.
    • General Assembly Auditorium 1920

    • Religious dwellings; Religious facilities; Religious meetings; Religious services; Church of God; Church of God;
    • The General Assembly Auditorium was dedicated in Cleveland, Tennessee, in 1921 and hosted fourteen annual assemblies.
    • First Camp Meeting in Tennessee

    • Religious meetings
    • Account of a religious meeting and a description of a behavioral phenomenon known by early settlers as "the jerks," in which participants enter a trance-like state, followed by uncontrollable nervous movements.
    • Church of God Elders Council 1917

    • Religious meetings; Church of God;
    • Council of Elders in first meeting, October 4-17, 1917 (Seated) A.J. Tomlinson and Blanche Koon (Standing L-R) M.S. Lemons, T.S. Payne, T.L. Mclain, F.J. Lee, Sam C. Perry, George T. Brouayer, E.J. Boehmer, J.B. Ellis, S.W. Latimer, S.O. Gillaspie,...
    • Church of God Council of Twelve 1917

    • Religious meetings; Church of God;
    • Council of Twelve stands outside the Evangel publishing company in 1917. Kneeling (L-R): T.S. Payne, M.S. Lemons, George T. Brouayer, F.J. Lee, Sam C. Perry, A.J. Tomlinson (General Overseer) Standing (L-R): S.O. Gillaspie, M.S. Haynes, J.S....
    • Jerks in the Revival of 1800

    • Religious meetings
    • Account of a relligious meeting and a description of a behavioral phenomenon know by early settlers as "the jerks," in which participants entered a trance-like state, followed by uncontrollable nervous movements.
    • The Seal 1917

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • Yearbook

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