President of the Bob Jones College at Cleveland, Tennessee, Dr. Bob Jones will be the principal speaker during services at the Church of the Open Door. He will be discussing "Knowing God", "Perils of America" and "Seeing God".
Aimee, Roberta, and Minnie stand together wearing white dresses amongst several other unidentified women wearing similar clothes. Aimee wears a dark cape and holds a book under one arm while her mother holds a bouquet of flowers in her arms.
Dr. A. Earl Kernahan of Washington is here with his son to landscape the city of Los Angeles and survey the religious status of every citizen. The surveys of evangelism campaigns in some key American cities have so far gained half of a million members of the church.
Photograph of Jay Kellogg on horseback in cowboy attire. He is on a street with railroad tracks and power poles. Kellogg was a substitute pastor at the Angelus Temple during the absence of Aimee Semple McPherson in 1932.