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In this connection, do not overlook the Annual Conference records or the Annual Conference newspapers or magazines.  At one time a periodical called The Christian Advocate ran a regular column about local church events.  Sometimes facts appear there that appear nowhere else.  At one time, also, each District Superintendent reported about the work of the [THIS WAS JUST SOME TEXT TOO SEE. AND YEP. THESE BAD LINE BREAKS DON’T MAKE SINCE]

HERE IS A QUOTE: church on the district.  Helpful information may be secured by reading those reports.  Here may be found a brief record of a stirring revival, the dedication of a new organ, the clearing of a church’s debt, or the building of an addition to the

sanctuary.  All of these events are of paramount interest for the church’s history.  Certain boards, committees and commissions of the Annual Conference may also have preserved information about the beginnings of a church, or about loans to a church for building purposes.  All this is food for the historical banquet of facts and figures.