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E. J. Pace
The Watchword (1906-1917)

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From 1906-1917 E. J. Pace was a contributing artist to The Watchword, a weekly Christian journal published in Dayton, Ohio by his denomination, the United Brethren in Christ.  Initially, Pace's art appeared in support of articles he wrote about his experiences as a missionary to the Philippines (1905-1915), but he was asked to develop independent editorial illustrations, having done so for secular newspapers prior to his conversion in 1899.

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The photographs above appeared in Bonebrake Theological Seminary's Seminary Bulletin in January, 1911.  The Paces were on furlough from the Philippines from 1910-1912. 
 
Click the "watchword1" link below to see Pace's first artwork and article for The Watchword.

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