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William D. McKinnon Statue: Chaplain McKinnon's ministry in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War and the Philippine Insurrection won the admiration of Californians, who erected this memorial in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California. (Post Chapel, Presidio of San Francisco, California)
Pamphlet that publicized activities at Aldred A. Pruden's Chapel and Library Tent in the Philippines January 15, 1908 (National Archives)
Chapel and Library Tent
DIVISION MILITARY MEET
Monday, January 13th, 1908
7.30 P. M.
A HUMOROUS LECTURE
By Chaplain William T. Anderson
10th U. S. Cavalry
This looturo was very popular at Ft. MoKinloy and
We will not be responsible for ruptured blood-vessels,
Hirth-Provoking, Side-Splitting Looture.
ADMISSION FREE !!
All are invited.
If you miss this lecturo you will miss a treat.
Pamphlet that publicized activities at Aldred A. Pruden’s Chapel and Library Tent in the Philippines— January 13, 1908 (National Archives)
The Music at this Service will be led by a quartette of the best
singers in the choir of the Cathedral of
St. Mary and St. Joba.
SERVICE AND SERMON
Subject: “Moses, His Life and Work"
This service and sermon will be illustrated with stereopticon views.
All are cordially invited to attend these services.
A. A. PRUDEN,
Pamphlet that publicized activities at Aldred A. Pruden's Chapel and Library Tent in the Philippines-January 19, 1908 (National Archives)
Memorial Service on 9 March 1916 for victims of Francisco (Pancho) Villa's raid at Columbus, N.M. The Chaplain addressing the people is identified as Zachary T. Vincent, but Simon M. Lutz actually conducted the service. (Millard McKinney, El Paso, Texas)
Graveside Service for Corporal Benjamin McGehee, who was killed in the Battle of Parral, Mexico, in April 1916. Though Chaplain Simon M. Lutz conducted the burial service for McGehee, it is uncertain that Lutz is standing at the head of the grave. (Millard McKinney, El Paso, Texas)