Wonderful little assemblage of 11 real photograph postcards of Florence Crawford, Robert Crawford, and early meetings of the Apostolic Faith camp-meetings, etc.,
Florence Crawford was part of the Azusa Street Revival in 1906 and 1907, but then fled to Portland, Oregon with the mailing list they had been using to raise funds and solicit support. She started a splinter organization in Portland with the same name and continuing to raise funds with the Los Angeles mission's name.
Though something of a scandal, both movements went on to significant usefulness for much of the 20th century. That said, the Church of God in Christ, Church of God [Cleveland, TN], and the Assemblies of God carried the bulk of the momentum forward, with the Apostolic Faith movement in Portland waining in the second half of the 20th century.
Eleven early photos, including several of Florence, Robert, the fabled Apostolic Faith Camp Ground in Portland, groups of speakers and pastors at the Campground, etc.,
All good + to very good condition with some minor wear in handling. The photos seem to have been purchased by a family from Finland while in Portland for the camp-meetings. Notes on the rear in Finish.