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  • [Interview] -- [Unknown date]
    Interview with Miss Lydia Westing: Russian and Eastern European Mission

    According to Miss Lydia Westing, assistant Editor of the Gospel Call, published by the above organization, the Russian and Eastern European Mission was organized in 1927. Its sponsors are Americans, aiming to bring religious comfort through missionary work into the life of the people of Eastern Europe and Russians of the far East.

    This organization occupies a suite of rooms at 35 E. Wacker Drive, elaborately furnished.

    (While not strictly Russian, this information is furnished for purposes of background - Thomas R. Hall)

    III C