From the GLEANER Archives

This building was the precursor to an existing Adventist academy in the North Pacific Union Conference. During the 1920s it housed 10 grades of students who were trained to partner with area pastors and churches for evangelistic visitation throughout a major Northwest city. Here's a clue: The current academy is very near to an Adventist medical center. What was the original school called? What is its current name? If you think you have the answer, email us at talk@gleaneronline.org, or join the "November Archival Photo" discussion on the GLEANER Blog at gleaneronline.org.

November 01, 2011 / Intersections
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