Come to Old Time Revival at Woodworth-Etter Tabernacle.
West Indianapolis, Indiana: [Maria Woodworth-Etter], (n. d.). Circa 1910. 5.5 x 10 cm. Card printed recto and verso. White stock printed in black, with b&w photographic illustration of Mrs. Woodworth-Etter on recto. Light toning, minor soiling from handling. Very Good.
Promotional card for evangelist Maria Woodworth-Etter, a revival leader reputed to preach in a trance and heal the sick. The card notes that "Mrs. Woodworth-Etter has an international reputation and is known as the Miracle Working Evangelist of the past thirty years" and lists the four days and times of regular services offered per week; the verso encourages readers to who "long for more of God" to "come and see for yourself. God will supply your need here."
Woodworth-Etter, a reluctant evangelist who only began to preach after the deaths of several of her children, was a controversial figure in her time, successfully fending off an attempt by the city of St. Louis to have her declared insane as well as legal claims that she charged for her healings.