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Aimee Semple McPherson - An Oral Mystery
Produced by Deborah George and Art Silverman, with Nikki Silva and Davia Nelson (The Kitchen Sisters) and production help from Sandra Wong and Darcy Bacon

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    Aimee Semple McPherson with the Gospel Car, 1918 Courtesy of The International Church of the FourSquare Gospel
    At a pageant entitled "Cavalcade of Christianity" held in Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium in January, 1935, Sister Aimee appeared in this tableau. More than a thousand players took part in the performance and the huge hall was thronged. courtesy of The International Church of the FourSquare Gospel
    In 1924 Aimee acquired her own radio station KFSG (Kall FourSquare Gospel). It was the third radio station in Los Angeles and the engineer was Kenneth G. Ormiston. This photograph of Sister Aimee and Ormiston is the only known photograph to them together.


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